Belgrade | Jelka Jovanović | 29 August 2019

It's her third hunger strike over a year. The reason is always the same: to draw attention to the terrible state of the Serbian media, in particular her Kanal 9, one of the first private broadcasters in Serbia

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

Belgrade, town of two rivers

The avant-garde scene of the Belgrade youth, at the crossroads between past and future. By Filippo Bardazzi and Laura Chiaroni, co-published with Rassegna Est

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