I don't know how to talk about war. Real war, a war you've seen; a satanic ritual. which you seem to feel, not just with your eyes but with your whole soul, smell, sensations, and some kind of invisible energy.
Names, professions and bank accounts no longer matter, since the war has leveled us all, turning us into ants who are trying to save their lives from a cruel boy who sticks a stick in an anthill.
Lessons from war: A love letter to Ukrainians
“You can’t do anything here except work in the mine” was the most common phrase Natela heard.
The town refused to die: Georgia’s struggling coal mines
A small village on the Armenian-Georgia border has become a haven for travelers, creating friendships between neighboring countries in the process.
Life on the border: A community opens its doors to travelers in need
A 23-year-old Ukrainian, far from home, tries to make life a little easier for Ukrainians escaping from the war. Around 2.5 million Ukrainian refugees have crossed into Poland since the beginning of the Russia-Ukraine war. Ukrainian Darina Hlava, 23, who has lived and worked in the Polish city of Poznan for the last five years, is helping refugees find a place to live, orient themselves in their new reality, register and get help. Poznan, the fifth largest city in Poland, has become the temporary home for 40,000 Ukrainian refugees.
Safe and sound but hoping to return home
The lives and deaths of residents in an apartment block in Sumgait reflect the fate of a generation of Azerbaijani men.
What do women say when no one is listening?
They whisper but sometimes scream
What does it mean to be a female politician in Georgia today? - Through her film, Keti Machavariani seeks to understand the process.