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Homophobia in Russia - Mads Nissen  - "...In June 2013, Russia’s homophobia moved from the streets into the country’s legislation as the State Duma unanimously adopted an anti-gay law banning “propaganda of non-traditional sexual relations”, effectively making it illegal to hold any gay pride events, speak in defense of gay rights, or say that gay relationships are equal to heterosexual relationships...."

Homophobia in Russia - Mads Nissen - "...In June 2013, Russia’s homophobia moved from the streets into the country’s legislation as the State Duma unanimously adopted an anti-gay law banning “propaganda of non-traditional sexual relations”, effectively making it illegal to hold any gay pride events, speak in defense of gay rights, or say that gay relationships are equal to heterosexual relationships...."

World Press Photo 2015 - revocato premio a Giovanni Troilo

World Press Photo 2015 - revocato premio a Giovanni Troilo

Giovanni Troilo

Giovanni Troilo

© Giovanni Troilo, Italy, Winner, People, Professional Competition, La Ville Noire - The Dark Heart of Europe - 2015 Sony World Photography Awards

© Giovanni Troilo, Italy, Winner, People, Professional Competition, La Ville Noire - The Dark Heart of Europe - 2015 Sony World Photography Awards

I “gelatai” torinesi Federico Grom, 35 anni, e Guido Martinetti, 33 anni (Foto: Giovanni Troilo)

I “gelatai” torinesi Federico Grom, 35 anni, e Guido Martinetti, 33 anni (Foto: Giovanni Troilo)

Dal progetto La ville noire. - (Giovanni Troilo)

Dal progetto La ville noire. - (Giovanni Troilo)

Giovanni Troilo finds a silver lining after World Press exclusion

Giovanni Troilo finds a silver lining after World Press exclusion

La Ville Noire - Giovanni Troilo

La Ville Noire - Giovanni Troilo

"Maitre Doberman and Klara la Chienne, his wife, receive guests in a building that at glance appears abandoned."

Town Accuses Photographer of Staging His Shots That Won World Press Photo

"Maitre Doberman and Klara la Chienne, his wife, receive guests in a building that at glance appears abandoned."

The World Press Photo Contest has withdrawn its first prize from the photographer Giovanni Troilo as a result of an investigation for having falsified the location of his Charleroi project.

The World Press Photo Contest has withdrawn its first prize from the photographer Giovanni Troilo as a result of an investigation for having falsified the location of his Charleroi project.

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