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Visit hell and come back: 30 years work as a military photojournalist

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Italian photojournalist Massimo Sciacca has devoted more than 30 years to working as a military photojournalist, who is considered one of the most complex and dangerous in the world. Over the years of his career, he has been to many in the hot spots, and in his portfolio you can find photos from virtually any conflict zone.




Iraqi Kurdistan, Iraq, 1995 year.



Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 1993 year.



Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 1994 year.



Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 1994 year.



Diyarbakır, Turkish Kurdistan, 1995 year.



Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 1995 year.



Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 1995 year.



Palermo, Italy, 1996 year.



Palermo, Italy, 1996 year.

Visit hell and come back: 30 years work as a military photojournalist

Palermo, Italy, 1996 year.



Saranda, Albania, 1997 year.



Jakarta, Indonesia, 1998 year.



Rome, Italy, 1999 year.



Rome, Italy, 1999 year.



East Timor, 1999 year.



Kosovo, 1999 year.



Hong Kong, 2001 year.



Hong Kong, 2001 year.



Hong Kong, 2001 year.



Herat, Afghanistan, 2001 year.



Herat, Afghanistan, 2001 year.



Kandahar, Afghanistan, 2001 year.



Herat, Afghanistan, 2001 year.



Kui, Iran, 2001 year.



Kui, Iran, 2001 year.



Kui, Iran, 2001 year.



Beijing, China, 2001 year.



Manila, Philippines, 2002 year.



Manila, Philippines, 2002 year.



Moorea Island, French Polynesia, 2005 year.
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  1. Tsoy
    Tsoy 9 June 2016 07: 40
    +6
    and that in Palermo, Beijing and Hong Kong were conflicts? or just to heap? Kakbe description disagrees with the photo ...
    1. netslave
      netslave 9 June 2016 08: 27
      +3
      Rome is also not quite the topic.
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    3. rune
      rune 9 June 2016 14: 51
      +1
      He seemed to rest there, after traveling to war.
    4. Uncle
      Uncle 9 June 2016 18: 05
      +2
      Quote: Choi
      or just to the heap?

      Everywhere people were sour, capitalism assumes that someone is super rich, and someone is in full. That's what the photographer takes, not an indifferent person.
  2. parusnik
    parusnik 9 June 2016 08: 33
    +3
    Interesting. diverse work ... Thank you ...
  3. APASUS
    APASUS 9 June 2016 21: 54
    +1
    Nothing seems to have changed in Afghanistan since 1987? All the same .............