Under Victory square , an Eternal flame celebreting the liberation of the city burns in the underground passage // Minsk // Belarus
On the shore of a glassy sea , Sokhoumi, the capital of the unrecognized country of Abkhazia dreams .
Famous throughout the twentieth century and the former Soviet Union times the black sea’s balniaire station which was once hardly hit during the Georgian–Abkhazian conflict ( 1990s ) takes a bet on russian tourism to recover its old glory, but some wounds are long to heal …
The Halabja chemical attack, also known as the Bloody Friday, was a genocidal massacre against the Kurdish people that took place on March 16, 1988 in the Kurdish city of Halabja.
Mosul ‘ s crossroad // Iraki Kurdstan
Peshmerga mural along the road near Amediyah // Iraqi kurdistan
Mountain view from one of the 40 Sadam hussein’ palaces // Amadiya // Iraqi Kurdistan
In September, 1993, during the Abkhaz-Georgian conflict five Tupolev civilian airliners were hit by missiles in Sukhumi – Babushera airport . Over 150 people perished in the attacks.
Isle of Tears // Minsk // Belarus
The memorial unveiled in 1996 and initialy dedicated to the loss in conflict involving Soviet forces in Afghanistan (1979 – 1988) has rightly become a monument to all sons and daughters of Belarus, who died in the battles of all times.
Since the Abkhaz–Georgian conflict (1989–present) the old bridge over the enguri River is de Facto the DMZ between Georgia and the breakaway state of Abkazhia.
Inside the Abkhazia Parliament Building ( @ Sukhumi ) burned during the Georgia Abkhazia conflict (1992-1993).
27 September,1993 an operation to take over the government building of the Republic of Abkhazia was launched in the center of Sukhumi by Kabardian volunteers.