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Cuba, nine days of mourning for Fidel Castro
Sadness on Havana's streets, Alcohol sales were suspended, flags flew at half-staff and shows and concerts were cancelled after his younger brother and successor, President Raul Castro, told the country on Friday that Fidel had died at 10:29pm, without giving a cause of death.
This collection highlights the deforestation of the Amazon due to cattle farming and corn farming. Various shots provide a look at the rain forest in its virgin state; workers felling trees to clear the land; a fire at night from slash and burn agriculture; a cattle ranch on cleared rain forest and a corn farm on cleared rain forest land.
Recorded December 7th 2017
Region: Erbil Governate
Location: Bahrka Camp
Producer: Inge Teeuwen
Camera: Ivan Canabrava
Sofya is a 36 years old Woman.
She was living in the bordertown Ba’aj (or Al-Baaj). The town is in one of the most sparsely-populated districts of Iraq's Ninewa Province.
The town was under control of Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant until June 2017. Sofya fled with her family to Sallaheddine a district in the southern part of the city of Aleppo. From Sallaheddine she went to Al-Hool (Al-Hawl) northeastern Syria. They went to the black market and hired a smuggler to bring them to Erbil.
She is now living almost for one year in the camp with her husband and 4 children in the age from three till 8.
The town of Ba’aj is meanwhile liberated but she say’s no one is living there yet so no point getting back now.
"It started when IS attacked us in Ba’aj. We fled to Al-Hool camp in Syria and stayed there for a while. We payed the smuggler from the black-market therefore had to sell all the property we had to be able to escape from IS. This was the only option. Better than let IS kill you or behead you. We went back to Sallaheddine and from there we came here. From Ba’aj to Erbil they had to pay 700 dollar for the whole family.
The only thing they did was taking us by car from there to here. The trip took in total two day’s because it was a special route used by smugglers through dessert and they used several paths. She was scared some car would show up in front of them and kill the whole family. They started driving by night and didn’t stop till they reached their destination. She thanks god she survived and her children are okay and no one died like what happened with Abdullah Kurdi’s wife and children."
Sadness on Havana's population during the days of mourning for Fidel Castro