Silvan, Diyarbakir province. Sheets obscure an entrance to the city to hide Kurdish armed militias from the view of Turkish security force snipers.
Esendere, Hakkari province. The funeral of a PKK guerrilla.
Yuksekova, Hakkari province. The funerals of two Kurdish civilians shot to death by a Turkish sniper. According to figures from the International Crisis Group, more than a thousand people have been killed and as many as 350,000 displaced since the beginning of the fights.
Yuksekova, Hakkari province. Young Kurds throw rocks during a clash against Turkish security forces.
A young Kurd in Cizre during a curfew.
Idil, Sirnak province. Kurdish youth militia YPS (Defense Forces of Civilians) hold their position behind a barricade.
Young Kurds in Cizre during a curfew.
Yuksekova, Hakkari province. Relatives mourn the death of Cetin Dara (18) and Dogan Dogma (20), two young Kurdish civilians shot to death by a Turkish sniper.
Militant of the Kurdish youth militia YPS (Defense Forces of Civilians) during a night patrol in idil, Sirnak province.
Barricades close an access to Cumhuriyet, a self-declared autonomous neighborhood in Yuksekova.
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A view of the housing projects of the Giorgio Morandi’s complex in Tor Sapienza, a rectangle of eight buildings built in 1974 and inhabited by 504 families.
Simeone drew a window in his room. He lives with his parents in an abandoned shop in the basement of an housing project in Tor Sapienza.
A Serbian gipsy in the basement of the Giorgio Morandi housing project.
Roots break the concrete of an occupied building.
Donatella, Brazilian transsexual
Michele, a twenty-two year old tatoo artist from Venezuela. He has occupied an abandoned shop in the basement of the Giorgio Morandi’s housing project in Tor Sapienza.
Egyptian boy training inside the gym of an occupied four-stars hotel at edge of Tor Sapienza. The hotel has been occupied by more than 500 people, comprising 30 different nationalities, for the past three years.
Caterina, gipsy. She lives with her twenty-four family members inside an occupied four-stars hotel on the margin of Tor Sapienza. The hotel was occupied in 2013 and today provides an accommodation to more than 500 people, comprising 30 different nationalities.