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 syrian child is carried by volunteer doctors along
a street in Shaar district.
From left top to right:
>Smoke billows after shelling by Syrian regime forces in the Shaar neighbourhood of the northern city of Aleppo.
>A rebel fighter fires his Kalashnikov while his comrade loads his weapon on the rooftop of house during
fighting against Syrian government forces in the Bab el-Adid district in Aleppo.
>A Syrian man watching at the body of a man lying in a truck outside a hospital in the northern city of Aleppo.
>A wounded young syrian sits on the back of a truck after an attack carried out by President Assad’s forces
on Shaar neighborhood. The truck is being used to carry victims and wounded people to the hospital.
17/10/2013 Aleppo, Syria: Syrian men rescue a person who was trapped in the rubble of the Nur al-Shuhada
mosque after it was shelled by forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in the Shaar district of Aleppo.
17/10/2012 – Aleppo, Syria: a Free Syrian Army fighter mourns the death of his brother,
killed during clashes with government forces.