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TALPAPRIL2017-26
London
By Tom Price
05 Apr 2017

Still photography selection from various assignments and projects.

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TALPAPRIL2017-28
London
By Tom Price
13 Nov 2016

Still photography selection from various assignments and projects.

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TALPAPRIL2017-27
London
By Tom Price
28 Oct 2016

Still photography selection from various assignments and projects.

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Downhill
Belval
By Ralf Falbe
08 Oct 2016

MTB, Lállenger Bierg, Luxembourg.

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Wacken Open Air 2016
Wacken
By Ralf Falbe
05 Aug 2016

Audio-Slideshow: Wacken in Germany is one of the most important Heavy Metal Festivals in the world with more than 70.000 visitors.

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Nattali Rize
Bersenbrück
By Ralf Falbe
30 Jul 2016

Top Act Nattali Rize (Australia) performes at the Reggae Jam Festival in Bersenbrück, Germany.

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Winning and Losing
Vienna
By Shervin Sardari
15 Jun 2016

“Golden Baby” Eva Voraberger is going for it: the 26-year-old super flyweight champion of the world is going to fight Esmeralda Moreno of Mexico. Eva is up against a tough boxer: Moreno is currently number three in the world and has more than twice the points Eva does. But for Eva, there is more at stake than her three world championship titles. The winner of the coming fight has a shot at the top: an international match in Las Vegas against the number one in the world.

The documentary “Goldrausch” (“Winning and Losing”) is an intimate portrait of the Austrian boxer Eva Voraberger, showing the intense preparations for this all-or-nothing fight. Adding to the physical demands of training comes an emotional blow as she learns that her boyfriend has cancer. But in the same way he has her back in the ring, she has his in the fight against his disease.

Video: XDCAM HD422, 50mbps, 1080i50
Audio: CH 1/CH2 = natural sound + music (stereo)

FULL CONFORMED SCRIPT AND CUE SHEET AVAILABLE: https://goo.gl/8ZoY8v

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Idomeni Refugee Camp 13
Idomeni
By Francesco Pistilli
20 Apr 2016

Bilal,13, from Syria, is a self-described geek. He wants to study and learn English and German, but he needs new books and wants to reach Germany as soon as possible to go to school and learn more about the world. He sits on an abandoned car while translating verbs from Arabic to English.

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In Limbo in Idomeni Refugee Camp
Idomeni, Greece
By Francesco Pistilli
19 Apr 2016

This collection of photos documents daily life in the Idomeni camp where refugees live in limbo on the border between Greece and Macedonia. Some refugees who were photographed are identified by an initial because they did not want their names used.

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Idomeni Refugee Camp 12
Idomeni
By Francesco Pistilli
19 Apr 2016

R., 32, from Syria kisses her nephew. They live in an abandoned train at Idomeni railway station in Greece, at the border with Macedonia. Some 12,000 refugees live in small tents and the ruins of an old railway station in Idomeni.

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Idomeni Refugee Camp 20
Idomeni
By Francesco Pistilli
19 Apr 2016

A night shot of the border fence between Greece and Macedonia at the Idomeni camp.

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Yazidis in Idomeni 01
Idomeni
By Giacomo Sini
18 Apr 2016

One of the buildings of Idomeni train station, in Greece, where some refugees have set up temporary homes while waiting to continue their travel to other European countries.

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Yazidis in Idomeni 02
Idomeni
By Giacomo Sini
18 Apr 2016

Thousands of refugees in Idomeni set their tents on railway tracks on the border with Macedonia where they have been for more than two months.

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Idomeni Refugee Camp 18
Idomeni
By Francesco Pistilli
18 Apr 2016

Raha, 41, from Syria, is in Idomeni with two sisters. She waits to reach her two sons, aged 15 and 20, who arrived in Germany months ago. Raha is still stuck here after two months.

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Idomeni Refugee Camp 19
Idomeni
By Francesco Pistilli
18 Apr 2016

A Kurdish girl spends an evening playing with a recycled table football game at Idomeni refugee camp, a makeshift camp on the Greek-Macedonian border where thousands of refugees are stranded.

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Yazidis in Idomeni 16
Idomeni
By Giacomo Sini
18 Apr 2016

Yazidis families cook food on an outdoor fire at the Idomeni refugee camp in Greece..

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Idomeni
By Giacomo Sini
17 Apr 2016

Refugees sell food and other items at the side of the entrance road to the camp in Idomeni, Greece.

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Yazidis in Idomeni
Idomeni
By Giacomo Sini
16 Apr 2016

Yazidis are a religious group of about half a million people native to the northern Iraqi province of Nineveh. They share the same language and much of the culture of the Kurds of Turkey and Syria. As adherents of pre-Islamic Gnostic teachings they have been subjected to years of strong repression. In the last two years they have been one of the main targets of ethnic cleansing by ISIS militiamen, along with Christians and Shiites. In early August 2014 thousands of Yazidis fled towards the mountains of Sinjar as ISIS launched an offensive in northern Iraq. ISIS forces massacred over 5000 Yazidi men and kidnapped thousands of women who were sold into slavery in Mosul and Raqqa, Syria. Those who survived the attacks were trapped on the mountains of Sinjar without food, water or medical care, facing starvation, dehydration and the risk of further attacks by ISIS for several weeks. Fortunately PKK and YPG Kurdish forces opened a corridor from the mountains to Rojava ( Northern Syria, led by kurdish forces ) allowing them to flee to safety. Thousands of Yazidis took refuge in Rojava or in Kurdish areas in Turkey. Like the many refugees fleeing war zones, thousands of Yazidis try to escape to safer zones in Europe, where their tragedy continues. Stopped at the gates of Europe, they end up in refugee camps like the notorious Idomeni, between Greece and Macedonia. Here in makeshift tents on the Skopje railway line they are surrounded by waste, toxic fumes and mud. There are still over 1200 Yazidis who have been stuck for over a month waiting for the reopening of the border, closed at the beginning of March by Macedonian authorities with the silent approval of Europe; the same Europe that at the time of Yazidi's flight to the Sinjar mountains was crying for them, and which now closes its eyes to them.

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Yazidis in Idomeni 03
Idomeni
By Giacomo Sini
16 Apr 2016

Looking out from inside a tent of a refugee on the Yazidi majority side of the Idomeni camp.

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Yazidis in Idomeni 04
Idomeni
By Giacomo Sini
16 Apr 2016

A Yazidi woman washes dishes outdoors. Behind her a large tent where more than 10 people live.

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Yazidis in Idomeni 05
Idomeni
By Giacomo Sini
16 Apr 2016

A Yazidi man with his grandson in front of the tent where they have been living for more than one months.

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Yazidis in Idomeni 06
Idomeni
By Giacomo Sini
16 Apr 2016

An elder Yazidi woman in the refugee camp in Idomeni, Greece.

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Idomeni
By Giacomo Sini
16 Apr 2016

A Yazidi girl and her younger brother near the tent where they live in Idomeni, Greece.

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Idomeni
By Giacomo Sini
16 Apr 2016

A Greek police helicopter flies over the refugee camp on a spring afternoon in Idomeni, Greece.

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Idomeni
By Giacomo Sini
16 Apr 2016

Yazidi refugees try to fix an outdoor lamp in a dark area of the camp in Idomeni, Greece.

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Idomeni
By Giacomo Sini
16 Apr 2016

Yazidi families gather around the glowing embers of a campfire for warmth on a cold night in Idomeni, Greece.

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Idomeni
By Giacomo Sini
16 Apr 2016

Salim, a young Yazidi refugee who has been living alone in the Idomeni camp, in Greece, for more than a month.

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Idomeni
By Giacomo Sini
16 Apr 2016

A night view of a part of the refugee camp near the Idomeni train station in Greece.

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Yazidis in Idomeni 13
Idomeni
By Giacomo Sini
16 Apr 2016

A Yazidi man shaves in the early morning between hanging lines of clothing in a refugee camp in Idomeni, Greece.

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Idomeni
By Giacomo Sini
16 Apr 2016

Refugees in the camp in Idomeni, Greece, hang clothes to dry on the fence built by Macedonia's authorities along all the border with Greece in order to stop the flow of refugees into the country.

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Idomeni
By Giacomo Sini
16 Apr 2016

Yazidis fill bottles with drinking water on a very hot day at the refugee camp at Idomeni, Greece.

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Idomeni
By Giacomo Sini
16 Apr 2016

Yazidi refugees gather in a tent for a meal at the Idomeni camp in Greece.

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Idomeni
By Giacomo Sini
16 Apr 2016

A long line of refugees waiting for the daily delivery of supplies by NGOs that are active in the refugee camp in Idomeni, Greece.

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Idomeni
By Giacomo Sini
16 Apr 2016

A Yazidi boy has his hair cut by a barber in the refugee camp in Idomeni, Greece. Behind them, an 84 year old woman sits by the tent where she lives alone in the camp.

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Idomeni
By Giacomo Sini
16 Apr 2016

A Yazidi man sleeps on a cot inside a tent belonging to Doctors Without Borders. The majority of people in the Idomeni camp are Kurds.

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Idomeni
By Giacomo Sini
16 Apr 2016

A Yazidi man fixes another refugee's necklace inside the large tent where they have been living for more than a month in the camp in Idomeni, Greece.

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Idomeni
By Giacomo Sini
16 Apr 2016

A Yazidi man shows the picture of his 4 year-old son who was killed by ISIS militamen in 2014 in Şinjar, in northern Iraq.

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Idomeni
By Giacomo Sini
16 Apr 2016

A rainy night at the Idomeni refugee camp in Greece where hundreds of Yazidi Kurds have been taking shelter for more than a month.

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Idomeni
By Giacomo Sini
16 Apr 2016

A banner denouncing the EU-Turkey agreement on refugees hangs outside a meeting tent on a rainy night at the Idomeni refugee camp in Greece.

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Idomeni Refugee Camp 11
Idomeni
By Francesco Pistilli
15 Apr 2016

Panagiota Vasileiadou, also called "the Idomeni refugees' grandmother" is a 82 year-old Greek woman who houses five Syrian refugees in her home.