Carsten Stormer | Photographers

Photo story - THE BEGINNING OF THE END? SYRIA

THE BEGINNING OF THE END? SYRIA

Violence is on the increase in Syria. Now the war has reached the commercial metropolis of Aleppo. Urban warfare is raging all over its main roads and backstreets.

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Photo story - LAST STOP LEBANON

LAST STOP LEBANON

Syrian refugees in Lebanon tell of torture, executions and snipers. They have escaped from the terror in their homeland, but they are not welcomed in Lebanon.

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Photo story - Changes in Burma

Changes in Burma

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Photo story - SPARRING WITH DEATH AFGHANISTAN

SPARRING WITH DEATH AFGHANISTAN

Paramedic units of the US Army fly the dead and wounded from the front to the field hospital. Their job is a daily struggle against boredom and the madness of war.

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Photo story - THE SHARK CALLERS OF NEW IRELAND

THE SHARK CALLERS OF NEW IRELAND

On an island in Papua New Guinea there are people who catch sharks by hand - they call them shark callers. A visit.

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Photo story - The survivors of acid attacks in Cambodia

The survivors of acid attacks in Cambodia

The cambodian society has long suffered from genocide and civil war. Until now there has been no reconcilation and left behind a society which is deeply traumatized

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Photo story - Beyond poverty line

Beyond poverty line

Eleven million people live in the Philippines capital, which is both First and Third World in one. And more than half live below the poverty line.

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Photo story - The Burmese patient

The Burmese patient

In the eyes of the military dictatorship they are terrorists, but they call themselves non-violent rebels: a few hundred in number, the Free Burma Rangers, armed with medicines and cameras, pit the

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Photo story - A war without end - the third generation victims of Agent Orange

A war without end - the third generation victims of Agent Orange

Thirty-six years after the end of the Vietnam war, some three million Vietnamese are still suffering from its consequences.

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Photo story - Lane Xang – In the Land of a Million Elephants

Lane Xang – In the Land of a Million Elephants

The Asian elephant is in danger of extinction. The reason: humans. Its last hope: also humans. A journey across Laos.

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Photo story - Impressions from the Gobi desert Part1

Impressions from the Gobi desert Part1

Impressions from the Gobi desert part1

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Photo story - Impressions from the Gobi desert Part 2

Impressions from the Gobi desert Part 2

Photo story - The Khentii Mountains - Into the heartland of Genghis Khan

The Khentii Mountains - Into the heartland of Genghis Khan

The Khentii Mountains - Into the heartland of Genghis Khan

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Photo story - Witch hunt

Witch hunt

Black magic and sorcery is widespread in Papua New Guinea. This superstition is called: Saguma. Sorcery related killings became a huge problem in the Pacific nation.

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Carsten Stormer's biography

Carsten Stormer is a German Asian correspondent, writer and photographer based in Manila. In the past he has worked with the Phnom Penh Post in Cambodia and the Myanmar Times in Rangoon, Burma. He has studied journalism in Bremen, Germany, and Chennai, India. Since 2004 he has been reporting on wars, conflict, human rights and social issues in Africa and Asia. Carsten's pieces appear regularly in German and international magazines. Amongst his clients are: Stern, Focus, Rogue, FAZ, FR, Cicero, Playboy, Marie Claire, Amnesty International, Readers Digest Asia, etc.

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