My photos and a story by Monika Bolliger on the popular struggle in the West Bank are on the NZZ (Neue Zürcher Zeitung).
My photos and a story by Nigel O’Connor on the conditions of gays in the West Bank are on Vice Magazine.
My photos of Bab al-Shams, a short-lived “protest village” established by Palestinians faced with ongoing expansion of Israeli settlements, are on Al Jazeera.
My photos of the ancient tunnels that run up to 15 metres beneath Jerusalem’s Old City are on Al Jazeera.
My photos (different than the ones published on Al Jazeera) of a series of protests, two of which were violently suppressed, in Ramallah challenging the Palestinian Authority’s continued negotiations and security coordination with Israel are on Al Akhbar.
My photos of a series of protests, two of which were violently suppressed, in Ramallah challenging the Palestinian Authority’s continued negotiations and security coordination with Israel are on Al Jazeera.
My photos of the protest in Susiya against Israel’s plan to demolish 50 of the village’s structures, including 20 residential tents which house over 100 people, are on Al Akhbar.
Human Rights Watch used some of my photos from the Juba Central Prison for their report “Prison Is Not For Me” on arbitrary detention in South Sudan.
You can see more of my photos from the Juba Central Prison on the One Life website.
My photos of the mosque, in the village of Jaba, that was vandalized and set on fire in a suspected “price tag attack” by Israeli settlers are on Al Akhbar.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon met Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas at the presidential headquarters in Ramallah.
At the press conference held after a private meeting, the highest UN authority stated that an independent Palestinian state “was long overdue,” stressing the fact that the two-state solution could be achieved only through negotiations.
My photos of the deadly clashes that erupted in Tahrir Square on December 17th, after Egypt’s security forces moved to retake control of the area, are on Al Jazeera.
My photos of Nabi Saleh’s protest on Friday December 9, at which Mustafa Tamimi, a 28-year-old Palestinian activist, was killed by a tear gas canister shot by an Israeli soldier at close range, are on Al Jazeera.
My photos of the prisoner swap’s first phase, which saw, on Oct. 18, Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit freed in exchange for 477 Palestinians, are on Al Jazeera.