Marilisa Lorusso | 12 April 2016

In the Nagorno Karabakh conflict, words play a crucial role. Security and confidence building initiatives should include the foundation of a brand new glossary

Agdam, ghost town

Portraits of a family living in Agdam, Nagorno Karabakh. The city was destroyed by Armenian gunnery in 1993. Today, only a few hundred people live there, while 60'000 Azerbaijanis have been forced to leave the city. A photo-reportage by Angelo Emma

Shushi/Shusha, living in a symbol

A picture story by Elias Pinteri on the city of Shushi/Shusha, in Nagorno-Karabakh. The portrait of a city ravaged by the war, the stories of its citizens looking to an uncertain future

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