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Lorenzo Tugnoli
Documentary photographer based in Kabul, Afghanistan
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Lorenzo Tugnoli Oct 22
Living in this area of the world, it often happens to photograph people praying. The act of praying, at least by men, is somehow part of the urban landscape. People don’t pray only in…
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Lorenzo Tugnoli Oct 19
Today I will open an exhibition in Beirut. Some of the images on show are part of my ongoing project on the small neighbourhood of Nabaa in Beirut. It is a series of images that are…
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Kabul Dreams Sep 26
This photo is from band’s first album recording session in . & are listening to the recorded track in the studio located at the back of @venuekabul restaurant. 📸:
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Molly Hunter Sep 14
In other news: Check out today’s , featuring ’s spread with .
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PostPhoto Sep 6
"Aden and Sanaa: A tale of two Yemeni cities" by photographer
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Contrastophoto Aug 30
We are honoured that Lorenzo Tugnoli's work about Yemen will be projected during the opening week . In the next days, we are going to share some images from his project together with his thoughts. Check our Instagram and Facebook accounts. Aden, May 2018
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Kareem Fahim Aug 28
Who is killing Aden’s clerics? Mystery murders are sending a chill through the mosques. ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Sudarsan Raghavan Aug 28
Our last story from Yemen finally published and is currently leading the WaPo website -- a miracle in this day and age of round-the-clock Trump news. Check out the fab photos by the great Lorenzo Tugnoli and the amazing footage by Yemeni...
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Sudarsan Raghavan Aug 9
Airstrikes by U.S.-allied Saudi coalition on bus kills dozens of Yemeni children
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Sudarsan Raghavan Aug 6
“There was no oxygen and there was no help.” Watching babies dying from neglect — the most heart wrenching week I have spent in . Every human should care about what’s happening there.
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Kareem Fahim Aug 3
The deadly war in Yemen rages on. So why does the death toll stand still? A frequently cited tally, of 10,000 dead, may be grossly underestimated. with pix by
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olivierclaurent Jul 26
Important work from in Yemen, in the aftermath of an airstrike that killed 22 people at a wedding:
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Liz Sly Jul 7
Terrific report from Jaar, one of the towns freed from Al Qaeda in Yemen, by , with beautiful photos by
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Sudarsan Raghavan Jul 8
Our story ran on today’s front page and on two full pages inside. Grateful to the Washington Post’s top editors for the resources and prominence given to one of the world’s most critical, yet sorely undercovered, stories.
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Debbi Morello Jul 7
Fantastic, in-depth piece,, by with brilliant images and video by on
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Sudarsan Raghavan Jul 6
We visited Al Qaeda areas in southern Yemen to probe into the secretive U.S. shadow war against the terror network's most dangerous...
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Chloe Coleman Jul 6
Al-Qaeda fights on fiercely in Yemen amid escalating U.S. airstrikes under Trump with photos by and photo editing by
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Sudarsan Raghavan Jul 1
"There are no good options" In Lebanon, Syrian refugees are faced with a tragic choice: to stay in a hostile country or return to a war zone. and powerfully reveal the dilemma in one Lebanese town
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Chloe Coleman Jul 1
In one Lebanese town, a dilemma divides refugees: to stay or return to Syria Photos by
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Margherita Stancati Jul 1
Replying to @LorenzoTug
“I love Afghanistan because it’s my country. We Sikhs and Hindus aren’t from somewhere else,” Rawail Singh told us in 2014. “This is where we belong.” He invited us to his home, where took this picture of him helping his wife in the kitchen.
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