The ICRC Humanitarian Visa d’Or Award was awarded in Paris to Alfredo Bosco, a 33-year-old Italian photojournalist working with the Milanese agency Luz. His work Forgotten Guerrero powerfully describes the consequences of the cartel war in the Guerrero region – where the country’s largest poppy crop is found – and its consequences for the population: murders, extortion, displacement, forced disappearances, among others. “I covered the war in Ukraine, which is a trench war, much like the First World War. In Mexico, in Guerrero, the situation is different with crime, the war for drug control. “There are no front lines, 40...
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