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Appeared in Amnesty Journal 6-7/2012
Text and photos by Carsten Stormer
Syrian refugees in Lebanon tell tales of of torture, execution, and sniper fire. They have escaped the terror and random violence. That doesn’t mean they’re welcome in Lebanon.
Appeared in "Wiener Zeitung Extra", 07.07.2012
People who clean public toilets in the city of Lucknow are “untouchables” whose “impure” status is passed down from parents to children. The Indian government is finally doing something about it.
Appeared in Frankfurter Rundschau, 28-29 July 2012
By Carsten Stormer
The civil war in Syria is destroying the country. Once vibrant cities are now ghost towns. Scenes from a war of attrition.
Appeared in "Stuttgarter Zeitung", 28 July 2012
Text: Carsten Stormer / photos: Nicole Tung
The tide is turning for Syria’s rebels. In the small town of Azaz in the north, they kept government troops holed up in a mosque for weeks. And won.
Appeared in "Esquire Philippines", April 2012
Text und Fotos: Carsten Stormer
On an island in Papua New Guinea, there are people who catch sharks without nets, hooks, or harpoons. They are known as shark-callers.
Text and photos: Carsten Stormer
Appeared in Esquire Philippines, April 2012
Appeared in "Amnesty International Magazin", 01/2011
In Papua New Guinea, belief in sorcerers and black magic is widespread. Hundreds of accused practitioners are killed every year.
Appeared in "NEON", 09/2011
By Carsten Stormer, photos by Veejay Villafranca
Fishermen hunted them. Conservationists saved them. Now ecotourists are hugging them to death. The whale sharks of the Philippines.
Appeared in FOCUS School 4/12
By Tanja Krämer, photos by Sascha Montag
Hold it. Feed it. Change it. Listen to it scream. In a school project in Bremen, teenagers are learning what it’s like to be responsible for an infant 24 hours a day.
Appeared in "Cicero", 11/2011
By Markus Wanzeck, photos by Eric Vazzoler
Rwanda has been a maimed nation since the 1994 genocide. One small organization is committed to getting victims and perpetrators to talk to each other.
Appeared in Welt am Sonntag, May 27, 2012
By Uschi Entenmann (text) and Nicolas Righetti/rezo.ch (photos)
Hoping to strike it rich: Even vacationers can pan for gold on the Klondike - and take it along when they leave.