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Tunisian Forces Patrol Ben Guerdane A...
Ben Guerdane
By Mourad TEYEB
08 Mar 2016

Tunisian police and military forces patrol the border town of Ben Guerdane on March 8, 2016, one day after ISIS militants launched an attack on military barracks in the town. 28 militants were killed in the clashes that also left ten members of Tunisian security forces and seven civilians dead.

Tunisian security forces arrested 17 militants, reportedly connected to ISIS.

Later on Tuesday March 8th, the Tunisian Prime Minister said that the death toll had risen to 55, as security forces once again clashed with militants, killing six.

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Frontex European Agency describes TRI...
Augusta, Sicily
By Alessio Tricani
16 Jun 2015

The spokesperson of Frontex European Union Agency describes the Joint Operation TRITON with its military device and command structure.

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Israel Border Police
West Bank
By Ralf Falbe
09 May 2015

Israel Border Police in the West Bank, May 9, 2015.

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Haftar Forces Patrol Deserted Benghaz...
Benghazi
By Bujezia
24 Mar 2015

Benghazi, Libya
March 24, 2015

Fighters loyal to the internationally recognized Libyan government based in Tobruk are seen in this video scouting the Al-Lethi neighborhood of Benghazi, less than one hundred meters from what they say are ISIS outposts. Soldiers snake between deserted and damaged civilian houses, searching for Islamist militants.

Fighting between Islamist militias and forces loyal to Lt. General Khalifa Haftar has ravaged the Libyan city of Benghazi, even though fighting has diminished. Reports indicate that Haftar's forces currently have the upper hand over the Islamist Libya Dawn military coalition. According to a Transterra Media contributor, significant casualties have put the local hospital under pressure to provide adequate medial care as supplies are thinning out.

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2015 Muay Thai Championship 12
Bangkok
By GonzaloAbad
09 Mar 2015

Militar Polices patrol Lumpinee Boxing Stadium.
Opening ceremony World Muaythai Championship 2015, Thailand.
Opening Ceremony of the 12th Edition WMF, with the combat Brasil Vs Thailand in New Lumpinee Boxing Stadium at Bangkok.
Muaythai is the National Sport in Thailand, and is a National Symbol of the history of Thailand.
Muay Thai became widespread internationally in the twentieth century, when practitioners defeated notable practitioners of other martial arts. A professional league is governed by the World Muay Thai Council. Muay Thai, was originally called by more generic names such as Toi muay or simply muay. As well as being a practical fighting technique for use in actual warfare, muay became a sport in which the opponents fought in front of spectators who went to watch for entertainment.
In 1993, the International Federation of Muaythai Amateur, or IFMA was inaugurated. It became the governing body of amateur Muay Thai consisting of 128 member countries worldwide and is recognized by Olympic Council of Asia.
Today, there are thousands of gyms spread out across the globe. I every member countries prepare the best fighter for the World Muaythai Championship which takes place in Thailand(Bangkok); original country who gave birth muaythai.

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Presidential Palace in Yemen Abandone...
sanaa
By Dhaifallah Homran
21 Feb 2015

February 21, 2015
Sanaa, Yemen

Video shows Houthi takeover of President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi's residential compound after he disguised himself to escape Sanaa and fly to his hometown of Aden in the south. Hadi had been under weeks of house arrest by the Shiite Houthi militia, who allegedly looted his property soon after his departure. The UN denies having assisted him in returning to Aden, a port city south of Sanaa and the country's fourth largest.

Video shows the presidential palace's abandoned gates and Houthi convoys patrolling the perimeter.

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Turkey: Anti-ISIS Civilian Border Pat...
Turkey-Syria Border
By Ibrahim Karci
08 Feb 2015

From the beginning of the battle for Kobane, many volunteers from numerous districts around Turkey gathered in the villages close to the border to help patrol the border and prevent ISIS fighters from slipping in and out of Syria. Despite the fact that that Kurdish forces have now cleared Kobane of ISIS fighters, volunteers still patrol in the villages close to the border, fearing ISIS remnants will slip through.

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Interview with Halit Çelikarslan – Villager
00.37– 00.50: Since the first day of the resistance, from different parts of Turkey, even from abroad, people came here, with the aim of helping the people resisting in Kobane.

00.52 – 00.56: We received help from them.

00.57 – 01.26: Usually young people and women were coming here. They worked united, stayed in tents for days in bad weather conditions and served the cause in many ways.

Interview with Emin Baran – Lawyer and Volunteer aid worker in Suruc
Journalist:
01.31 – 01.36: Why were the border patrols initially started?

Emin:
01.36 – 01.43 People were passing the border from Kobane to here, so people felt obligated to welcome them, since their passage was stopped frequently [by Turkish border patrols].
01.44 – 01.46 [Turkish] Soldiers tried to keep them in restricted areas.
01.47 – 01.53 Some of them [refugees] were injured. So, to have a front group on the border became necessary.
01.56 – 02.04 After the displacement came to the end, people kept patrolling in order to ensure that ISIS would not get help in Kobane.
02.05 – 02.10 Essentially, it was aimed to not letting ISIS gain strength in Kobane by using Turkish land.
02.18 – 02.28 The border patrols had two purposes. First, to show the people of Kobane that others are supporting them in their resistance.
02.29 – 02.35 Second, to narrow the movements of ISIS in Turkey. [Turkish] Soldiers blockaded the villages in which people were border guarding.
02.36 – 02.46 Every time the [Turkish] soldiers tried to force people to leave the [border] villages [which were located literally right beside ISIS held areas]. ISIS attacks gained enormous strength, immediately after.
02.47 – 02.50 Without exception, this happened each and every time.

Interview with Figen Yaşar-Mayor of Mus Bulanik from HDP
02.52 – 02.56 We initially came here during the beginning of the resistance in Kobane.
02.57 – 03.02 We first watched the border for seven days, during the peak of the clashes.
03.03 – 03.07 After, we went back to Muş and Bulanık, where we came.
03.09 – 03.16 During our second shift [on the border] we stayed here for nine days. Those days the clashes were really severe.
03.17 – 03.23 From Kobane to the air, smoke and fire clouds were raising.
03.24 – 03.30 We brought 12-13 martyr bodies to our village alone.
03.31 – 03.37 They were all the children of this land. Some of them joined to the war three months ago, some five months, and some six years.
03.39 – 03.46 Kobane has been cleansed [of ISIS fighters], but there are hundreds of villages connected to the Kobane [which ISIS controls].
03.47 – 04.02 Until the villages of Kobane are liberated, until the people of Kobane go back their homes and settle there, the people of Kurdistan and Turkey will guard and keep guarding.

Interview with Head of the security in the Village-(Name withheld)
04.07 – 04.13 I am responsible for the security of this district. I have been here for 95 days.
04.13 – 04.19 We explain to the border guards how to prevent ISIS from crossing.
04.20 – 04.23 Usually they cross from this district.
04.25 – 04.29 The ones who want to participate can easily cross the border.
04.30 – 04.36 As you see, that's the border for the guards. Between 6 pm and 6 am people [civilians] keep guarding.
04.38 – 04.42 There are other check points in other villages.
04.43 – 04.50 When they see them [refugees] from the distance, they inform us and we help them through.
04.54 – 04.57 The border guards notices us.
05.03 – 05.04 “hello” “hello”
05.10 – 05.11 Are taking over the shift?
05.11 – 05.12 Yes, two people in each shift.
05.19 – 05.20 Thank you.

05.28 – 05.29 We keep guard here, we can't leave.
05.29 – 05.31 We came for the shift change. You can leave now.

Filiz Aydın - Volunteer Watch Guard
05.34 – 05.42 We began guarding when ISIS come to Kobane. Not only in this village, but also in others.
05.43 – 05.55 The reason I keep guard is to prevent ISIS soldiers crossing the border. I also lost my brother at the war.
05.56 – 05.58 Not in Kobane, but in Rojava, in Serikani, I lost my brother.
05.59 – 06.04 My brother might be still alive if we watched the borders in Serikani.
06.06 – 06.14 It was his cause, and if we have the same cause, if we want his dreams to come true, we can also contribute.
06.15 – 06.25 Not everyone can get involved in armed battles in the mountains. Not everyone can fight in Kobane, but you can do whatever your hands find to do.
06.27 – 06.32 We say Kobane got liberated, but some of the villages are still under the siege.
06.33 – 06.39 Even if Kobane is cleansed [of ISIS], it's not just Kobane. Until Rojava gets liberated...
06.41 – 06.47 As I said it's not only about ISIS, it was first Al-Nusrah, Al-Qaida, and now ISIS.
06.48 – 06.54 There is Qamishle, Afrin... Until Rojava is completely cleansed,
06.55 – 07.05 Until the canton's [Rojava] political autonomy is recognized by the world, this is my opinion, the threat won't be defeated.

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Israel's Unmanned Ground Combat Vehicles
Israel
By Oren Rosenfeld
21 Jan 2015

Like drones in the sky, unmanned armored remote control land vehicles are already seeing extensive action on the Israel-Gaza border. The Israeli Army is now the first and only Army in the world that uses these land drones in combat zones. The unmanned remote control vehicles come in two sizes and are armed with 0.5 Calibre Machine guns and other classified armoury. The vehicles are controlled and driven by IDF women operators only and patrol the border between Israel and the Hamas controlled Gaza strip, replacing manned patrols and saving lives and manpower. During the years they have been operational, the unmanned patrols have been attacked twice by IED`S and machine gunfire. They have discovered breaches in the border fence and chased down infiltrators. During the last 50 day war between Israel and Hamas, they carried out many missions, mostly suppllying fighting units with food and ammunition behind enemy lines. They also conducted surveillance operations. "This is the future of the modern combat field " says the commander of this unique unit.

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Israeli Army Patrols the Lebanese Border
Lebanon-Israel border
By [email protected]
06 Dec 2014

Marjoyoun, Lutfallah al-Daher

The Israeli forces have started the process of shielding their locations and tank stations on the hill overlooking al-Motanazahat and al-Wazani.

An armored bulldozer was seen establishing a new location to overlook al-Wazani and al-Motanazahat, under extreme protection by a Merkava tank and a military vehicle.

On the Lebanese side, UNIFIL members and the army have witnessed the Israeli work that started on Saturday, a holiday for Israelis.

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ISIS Food Inspectors in Raqqa
Raqqa
By TTM Contributor 20
09 Nov 2014

Raqqa, Syria
November 2014

DISCLAIMER: This video was shot with the approval of ISIS and subjected to review and censorship before publication. The appearance of this video on the Transterra Media website does not in anyway constitute an endorsement by Transterra Media of any claims or statements made in this video.

Footage shows members of the ISIS-run department of control and inspection at work. The video includes an interview with a member of the Control and Inspection Office, who says that the office monitors the quality of different food products and whether they have been produced according to Islamic law. It also includes an interview with a grocer. ISIS members are seen destroying what an announcer says are expired products.

SHOTLIST AND TRANSCRIPT

Wide/ external of “Control and Inspection” office run by ISIS
Wide of Raqqa city and ISIS flags

SOUNDBITE (Arabic, Man) Unnamed ISIS Official
00:08 - 00:44
“The Control and Inspection office has been established in Wilayat [Province] of Raqqa. The office is divided into [two] departments; the first is the Health Inspection Department, whose task consists of inspecting food items and other supplies in the markets. The reports filed by this department are eventually given to the Islamic court. The Meat Department, on the other hand, inspects the quality of all kinds of meat that are being sold. All meat obtained from animals that have not been slaughtered at the slaughterhouse is confiscated; butchers who slaughter animals outside the slaughterhouse are punished.”

Wide of people inside Control and Inspection Office
Close-up of inspector filling in Control and Inspection report
Wide of motorcycles with plates that read “Control and Inspection”
Wide of two men driving away on motorbike with a plate that reads “Control and Inspection”
Wide of pickup truck carrying melons and watermelons
Wide of street and passersby
Various of inspectors examining packed food items inside a grocery store
Various of packed food items stocks
Close-up of ISIS official reports

SOUNDBITE (Arabic, Man) Unnamed grocery store owner
01:33 – 02:10
“Thanks be to God, and peace be upon God’s Messenger. The Islamic State has set an office for control and inspection, which has had a positive role. It has reminded Muslims of the Prophet’s saying: ‘He who cheats us is not one of us.’ However, a merchant might unintentionally forget certain items on the shelf. Other grocers deliberately leave [expired] merchandise in their shops. We advise them to fear God. We have seen that they [inspectors] – may God reward them – bring this issue to people’s attention. Whenever they find expired products for the first time, they issue a warning and destroy these products. May God reward them.”

Various of inspectors spraying writings saying that stores are being sealed for malpractice

NAT SOUND (Arabic) Announcement by ISIS member
02:26 – 03:12
“In the name of God the Merciful, the Compassionate; thanks to be God, Lord of the worlds; and peace be upon God’s messenger. The Office of Control and Inspection, which is part of the Hisba [Islamic Police] department, has confiscated large amounts of spoiled, expired or badly stored goods, including foodstuff, grain legumes, detergents, beauty products and [UNINTELLGILBLE] products. These products were located in markets in Raqqa province and have an estimated value of 2 million Syrian pounds.
Now, we are going to destroy these products in this public square, in front of all the people. Thanks be to God, Lord of the worlds.”

Various of ISIS members destroying food and other items in public
Various of ISIS members unloading and burning boxes in a dumpster
Wide of clock tower covered with ISIS flag in central Raqqa
Various of ISIS traffic police
Various of workers removing garbage from the street

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KENYA GAME RANGERS
Tsavo East, Kenya
By U.S. Editor
10 Jun 2013

The Tsavo East National Park together with the Tsavo West National Park forms one of the largest National parks in the world and covers a massive 4% of Kenya’s total land area. Tsavo East the larger of the two, lies to the east of the Nairobi –Mombasa road and offers a vast and untapped arena of arid bush which is washed by azure and emerald meandering of Galana River. Guarded by the limitless lava reaches of Yatta plateau and patrolled by some of the largest elephant herds in Kenya

To View More Photos Go To: http://transterramedia.com/collections/1244

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Kenya Game Rangers
Tsavo East, Kenya
By U.S. Editor
10 Jun 2013

The Joint mass of Tsavo West and Tsavo East National Parks forms one of the largest National parks in the world and covers a massive 4% of Kenya’s total land area. Tsavo East the larger of the two, lies to the east of the Nairobi –Mombasa road, equidistant between Nairobi and Mombasa, and offers a vast and untapped arena of arid bush which is washed by azure and emerald meandering of Galana River. Guarded by the limitless lava reaches of Yatta plateau and patrolled by some of the largest elephant herds in Kenya

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KENYA GAME RANGERS (8 of 40)
Tsavo East, Kenya
By Karel Prinsloo
09 Jun 2013

Kenya Wildlife Rangers from the anti poaching unit during a patrol in the Tsavo East game park in Kenya 9 June 2013. PHOTO/KAREL PRINSLOO

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KENYA GAME RANGERS (7 of 40)
Tsavo East, Kenya
By Karel Prinsloo
09 Jun 2013

Kenya Wildlife Ranger Stephen Lewagat from the anti poaching unit during a patrol in the Tsavo East game park in Kenya 9 June 2013. PHOTO/KAREL PRINSLOO

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KENYA GAME RANGERS (23 of 40)
Tsavo East, Kenya
By Karel Prinsloo
08 Jun 2013

Kenya Wildlife Range Gafo Enos from the anti poaching unit during a patrol on the back of a truck in the Tsavo East game park in Kenya 8 June 2013. PHOTO/KAREL PRINSLOO

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KENYA GAME RANGERS (35 of 40)
Tsavo East, Kenya
By Karel Prinsloo
07 Jun 2013

Kenya Wildlife Ranger Stephen Lewagat from the anti poaching unit during a patrol in Tsavo East game park in Kenya 7 June 2013. PHOTO/KAREL PRINSLOO

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KENYA GAME RANGERS (12 of 40)
Tsavo East, Kenya
By Karel Prinsloo
07 Jun 2013

Kenya Wildlife Ranger Stephen Lewagat from the anti poaching unit during a patrol in Tsavo East game park in Kenya 7 June 2013. PHOTO/KAREL PRINSLOO

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KENYA GAME RANGERS (1 of 40)
Tsavo East, Kenya
By Karel Prinsloo
07 Jun 2013

Kenya Wildlife Ranger Sgt. Benson Epae clean his gun at a temporarily base in the Tsavo East game park in Kenya 7 June 2013. PHOTO/KAREL PRINSLOO

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KENYA GAME RANGERS (28 of 40)
Tsavo East, Kenya
By Karel Prinsloo
06 Jun 2013

Kenya Wildlife Rangers from the anti poaching unit look at an elephant that was killed by poachers with a poison arrow three weeks ago in the Tsavo East game park in Kenya 6 June 2013. PHOTO/KAREL PRINSLOO

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KENYA GAME RANGERS (26 of 40)
Tsavo East, Kenya
By Karel Prinsloo
06 Jun 2013

Kenya Wildlife Ranges from the anti poaching unit look at an elephant that was killed by poachers with a poison arrow three weeks ago in the Tsavo East game park in Kenya 6 June 2013. PHOTO/KAREL PRINSLOO

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KENYA GAME RANGERS (24 of 40)
Tsavo East, Kenya
By Karel Prinsloo
06 Jun 2013

The remains of an elephant that was killed by poachers with a machine gun around four weeks ago in the Tsavo East game park in Kenya 6 June 2013. PHOTO/KAREL PRINSLOO

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KENYA GAME RANGERS (13 of 40)
Tsavo East, Kenya
By Karel Prinsloo
06 Jun 2013

Kenya Wildlife Ranger Nixon Simotwo from the anti poaching unit clean his boots at a temporally base in Tsavo East game park in Kenya 6 June 2013. PHOTO/KAREL PRINSLOO

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KENYA GAME RANGERS (33 of 40)
Tsavo East, Kenya
By Karel Prinsloo
05 Jun 2013

Kenya Wildlife Ranger Gafo Enos , left, and Gilbert Kosher from the anti poaching pose at their tent at a observation base in Tsavo East game park in Kenya 5 June 2013. PHOTO/KAREL PRINSLOO

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KENYA GAME RANGERS (32 of 40)
Tsavo East, Kenya
By Karel Prinsloo
05 Jun 2013

Kenya Wildlife Ranger Stephen Lewagat from the anti poaching uni question a Kenya Somali herdsman on the edge of the Tsavo East game park in Kenya 5 June 2013. PHOTO/KAREL PRINSLOO

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KENYA GAME RANGERS (11 of 40)
Tsavo East, Kenya
By Karel Prinsloo
05 Jun 2013

A elephant can be seen in the Tsavo East game park in Kenya 5 June 2013. PHOTO/KAREL PRINSLOO

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KENYA GAME RANGERS (31 of 40)
Tsavo East, Kenya
By Karel Prinsloo
05 Jun 2013

Kenya Wildlife Ranger Nixon Simotwo from the anti poaching unit prepare lunch during a patrol in the Tsavo East game park in Kenya 5 June 2013. PHOTO/KAREL PRINSLOO

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KENYA GAME RANGERS (10 of 40)
Tsavo East, Kenya
By Karel Prinsloo
05 Jun 2013

Kenya Wildlife Rangers from the anti poaching unit prepare lunch during a patrol in the Tsavo East game park in Kenya 5 June 2013. PHOTO/KAREL PRINSLOO

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KENYA GAME RANGERS (30 of 40)
Tsavo East, Kenya
By Karel Prinsloo
05 Jun 2013

Kenya Wildlife Ranger Sgt. Gafo Enos from the anti poaching unit look for tracks at the fence separating the Tsavo East game park from ranches in Kenya 5 June 2013. PHOTO/KAREL PRINSLOO

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KENYA GAME RANGERS (19 of 40)
Tsavo East, Kenya
By Karel Prinsloo
05 Jun 2013

A solar panel charge radio batteries at a Kenya Wildlife Ranger observation point in the Tsavo East game park in Kenya 5 June 2013. PHOTO/KAREL PRINSLOO

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KWS Ranger interview (3 of 3)
Tsavo east, Kenya
By Karel Prinsloo
04 Jun 2013

KWS Rangers discuss their reasons for and experiences of working on the wildlife preserve in an interview.

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KWS Ranger interview (2 of 3)
Tsavo east, Kenya
By Karel Prinsloo
04 Jun 2013

KWS Rangers discuss their reasons for and experiences of working on the wildlife preserve in an interview.

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KWS Ranger interview (1 of 3)
Tsavo east, Kenya
By Karel Prinsloo
04 Jun 2013

KWS Rangers discuss their reasons for and experiences of working on the wildlife preserve in an interview.

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US Soldier in Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghan...
Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan
By johnjournalist
01 May 2013

A US soldier on patrol with the Swedish led forces in Mazar-e-Sharif

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Afghan Soldier
Uruzgan, Afghanistan
By johnjournalist
01 May 2013

An Afghan Soldier prepares to go on patrol in Uruzgan

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Serekaniye or Ras al Ayn (14 of 17)
Syria
By Jeffry Ruigendijk
23 Apr 2013

Husam (19, Free Syrian Army) patrols a street, expecting a YPG attack. It is not clear if Husam was among the 9-15 dead in the most recent fighting in Ras al Ayn.

The YPG now call the town Serekaniye, its Kurdish name.

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Wildlife Crimes (31 of 47)
Bangkok, Thailand
By James Morgan
25 Oct 2012

Sampan Suksee a park ranger prepares to leave on patrol.

James Morgan / WWF-CANON

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Wildlife Crimes (7 of 47)
Minkebe, Gabon
By James Morgan
24 Jun 2012

Eco guards on patrol at night in a logging concession outside Minkebe national park. As longing concessions cut deeper into the forest they open the way both for illegal logging and poaching.

James Morgan / WWF-CANON

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Pacification (13 of 23)
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
By Rafael Fabres
15 Feb 2012

UPP soldiers Clayton Batinga (left) and Dos Santos (right), in the trunk of a Police car while patrolling in the favela of Vidigal, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, February 22, 2012.

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Pacification (12 of 23)
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
By Rafael Fabres
11 Feb 2012

UPP soldier Private Vidal from the 4º UPP batalion while on patrol in the shatytown of Sao Carlos, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, March 03, 2012.