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Francesca Borri

Borri is a war correspondent and writes regularly for Ny Tid.

The Arab Spring and us – ten years later

ESSAY: The Arab Spring has mainly been a revolt against inequality. What was the result?

The people of Lebanon do not give up

LEBANON: "We go home when the government goes home," said the protesters at the Riad al-Solh in Beirut.

The Assad family's long-standing mask game

Syria: The Assad family has ruled Syria since 1970. Sam Dagher's new book shows how the family has clung to power at all costs, exposing their cynical strategies and brutal acts of violence.

Beauty in the ruins

War correspondents: Jan Grarup's work as a photographer has brought him to conflict zones and disasters around the world – from Darfur to Haiti. He juggles life in the front lines with family life.

You will not get peace even if you are dead

THE RANGE OF SYRIA: Yaser Kassab (31) is stuck in a gray suburb of Sweden.

Guaidó or Maduro?

VENEZUELA: The United States and Europe, on the one hand. Russia, China and Cuba on the other – the whole world has chosen sides. What do the citizens themselves say?

A story of courage, talent and betrayal

ON THE EDGE: Marie Colvin covered all the major conflicts of our time – always with the same goal: Not only to witness, but to call for action.

The Mafia – part of the state

LETIZIA BATTAGLIA: She has never presented herself as Italy's "mafia photographer". Battaglia took pictures of Palermo, she says in the film – a city where the mafia is part of daily life.

The refugee camp that became a city

The Jordanian refugee camp Zaatari huser 87 Syrians. None of them want to go home. Syria lacks even the most basic infrastructure, and most Syrians are terrified of retaliation.