Logar province and Gardez, 2006
Prayer; Gouvernement Building
Shoemaker, Logar Province
Taliban weapons seized in Gardez
Drud addict rehabilitation center
arrested Taliban; Logar Province
School, near Gardez
Village near Gardez
National police raid near Gardez
National police raid in search for taliban
Victory Games, Libyen
Nach der Einnahme der Hauptstadt Tripolis durch die Rebellen "spielen" junge Männer Krieg.
Eine Woche später, am 20.Oktober 2011, wird Muhammar Gaddafi in Sirte getötet.
Mit seiner Null-Toleranz-Politik hat der philippinische Präsident Rodrigo Duterte die Bevölkerung hinter sich gebracht. Massentötungen von Kriminellen und Süchtigen werden mit relativer Gleichmütigkeit hingenommen. Eine Kultur des Tötens hat sich in den Philippinen etabliert.
Bagdad, 53 Grad Celsius
Der IS ist im Irak in tödliche Bedrängnis geraten. In der Hauptstadt Bagdad glauben die Menschen, dass nach der Befreiung alles noch schlimmer wird. Reportage über ein Land im Dauerkrieg.
Shia Militia and supporters of Iraqi Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr; Bagdad
Refugee center, near Fallujah
Shia special forces, Bagdad
IS Frontline, shia militia
Inside an African prison, for DU magazin
Aftermath of the Libyen Civil War
Libya is enduring fundamental social and political changes after the overthrow and killing of Muammar Gaddafi in the Civil War. The country has been subject to ongoing proliferation of weapons, Islamic insurgencies, sectarian violence, and lawlessness, with spillovers affecting neighboring countries including Mali.
A journey together with war reporter Kurt Pelda from Misrata to Tawergha, Tripolis, Zuwara, Zintan and down to the south towards the historic city of Gadames, to the heartland of Tuareg tribes and Al-Quaida.
The Syrian Uprising is an ongoing armed conflict taking place in Syria. The unrest began in the early spring of 2011 within the context
of Arab Spring protests, with nationwide protests against President Bashar al-Assad's government, whose forces responded with viol-
ent crackdowns. The conflict gradually morphed from popular protests to an armed rebellion with sheer brutality and links to different
terrorist groups like IS. In 2012 war reporter Kurt Pelda and me entered the Syrian border near Azaz, close to Aleppo as probably one
of the first western reporters. At this time there was at least a chance for optimism. But a few month later, our guide and some of his
friends got kidnapped by IS.
für Weltwoche, Economist, FAZ
Libyan Civil War
An armed conflict in the North African country of Libya, fought between forces loyal to Colonel Muammar Gaddafi and those seeking
to oust his government.The war was preceded by protests in Zawiya, and finally ignited by protests in Benghazi beginning on Tuesday,
15 February 2011, which led to clashes with security forces that fired on the crowd.The protests escalated into a rebellion that spread
across the country.
On two journeys in 2011, Kurt Pelda and me joined FLA rebels in the Nafusa Mountains, to document their fight against Gaddafi's army.
During the Libyan civil war more than 600 migrants from sub-Saharan Africa are effectively stranded at a port of Sidi Bilal
just outside the Libyan capital, and have been left to fend for themselves by Libyan authorities. Despite repeated attacks,
harassment, and arbitrary arrests by Libyan gangs over the course of four months, they have received no protection.
The men in these camps are routinely harassed and accused of being pro-Gaddafi mercenaries, the women are targets
of sexual abuse. All face intimidation by armed Libyan thugs who drive into the port at night firing guns into the air.
In 2011 when Gaddafi was still alive at that time, Kurt Pelda and me we visited the refugees in Libya the first time. Their
situation was more than desperat.
Féticheure in Côte d'Ivoire
Reportage über Hexerei in Afrika