Nicole Corritore | 12 September 2019

On July 25th, 1992, 150 civilians were killed in the Bosniak village of Zecovi, a few kilometres from Prijedor. Among them 29 relatives of Fikret Bačić, who returned to Bosnia at the end of the war to search for their bodies and bring those responsible to trial. On the day of the commemoration of the massacre, we collected his testimony

Sarajevo, Pride enthusiasm

The first Pride in the history of Bosnia and Herzegovina was held on Sunday 8 September in Sarajevo. A starting point against isolation, violence and discrimination that the LGBT communities still suffer in the country. Photostory by Alfredo Sasso

Passages

"Passages" was born a year and a half ago with the aim of telling the main routes followed by migrants along the borders of Europe. Stories of migrants, refugees, but also doctors, volunteers, operators. Some shots from the Balkans by photographer Matthias Canapini

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