Covering Turkey for La Stampa

Here a selection of latest publication on LaStampa newspaper from Istanbul where I went on June 2013 to cover the protests against the Turkey President Erdogan.    

Battle to Death on Nppa Magazine

About one month ago the Nppa the editor of News Photographer magazine, Donald R. Winslow and I talked about photojournalism, wars and Syria. This is the result of that chat: a great article with the images that won the Robert Capa Gold Medal 2013.     18/10/2012 - Aleppo, Syria: An injured...

Robert Capa Gold Medal Award 2013

The Robert Capa Gold Medal is awarded to a photographer producing “photographic reporting from abroad requiring exceptional courage and enterprise. From Overseas Press Club Of America: The images from this portfolio put you “in the moment” and have a palatable sense of urgency. There is a consistency to the images that...

The War in Mali on Foreign Policy

On the Warpath with France's Avant-Garde January 2013 From Foreign Policy: On Jan. 16, just days after France announcedits military intervention in Mali to reclaim territory seized by Islamist rebels, Italian photojournalist Fabio Bucciarelli arrived in Bamako. For the next two weeks, he followed French troops as they prepared to shell...

Battle to Death on Paris Match

from PARIS MATCH: Fabio nous écrit: "Bachar joue le jeu de la peur: ses forces bombardent au hasard les différents quartiers de la ville. La plupart des victimes sont des civils: J'ai vu des douzaines d'innocents tués par des mortiers, des enfants abattus par des snipers. Lorsque tout semble calme,...

Latest Tearsheets from Syria

In the Tearsheets section of this web I uploaded some of the latest publication I did during October in Syria. Some of them have been made with AFP agency while others on assignment from La Stampa, Pubblico and Il Fatto Quotidiano. Cover International Herald Tribune  Fabio Bucciarelli / Agence France-Presse...

Il Contesto Magazine

Mentre i militari giocano con il gatto con il topo con i giovani di piazza Tharir, mentre l'incertezza regna ancora sovrana sull'avvenire politico dell'Egitto, i vari gruppi sociali si interrogano sul proprio futuro del dopo Mubarak. Viaggio nel quartiere cristiano più povero del Cairo dopo le elezioni dominate dai Fratelli...

South Sudan one year on – The Guardian

South Sudan's first year of independence has been marked by oil and border conflicts with its northern neighbour Sudan. Thousands of people have been returning from the north to the new nation, where many now live in refugee camps with only makeshift shelter and scant medical provision. Photojournalist Fabio Bucciarelli visited the...

Dispatches from SS on Foreign policy

When South Sudan became an independent country in July 2011, many hoped that Sudan's bloody civil war -- the second iteration of which stretched from 1983 to 2005 and claimed the lives of an estimated 2 million people -- would finally be resolved. Sudan has seen decades of conflict between the Sudanese...

Il Fatto Quotidiano – Tearsheet

01/03/2012 - Il Fatto Quotidiano An activist NO TAV blocks traffic along the highway Torino-Bardonecchia. For the third consecutive day, NO TAV activists blocked the Turin-Bardonecchia highway at the junction of Chianocco blocking the traffic. In many Italian cities solidarity has been manifested  with the movement against the construction of...