The 33-year-old Italian photojournalist, winner of this year’s International Committee of the Red Cross Humanitarian Visa d’Or, Alfredo Bosco investigated between 2018 and 2020 in the state of Guerrero, Mexico. Where daily life is marked by violence and drugs. The inhabitants form self-defense groups, sometimes criminal ones, to face the cartels. Why did you choose this subject on Guerrero? “To tell the truth, it was one of my very good journalist friends, Pierre Sautreuil, with whom I had worked in Donbass, Ukraine, who discovered this story of self-defense militias in the state of Guerrero. From Guerrero, I only knew Acapulco....
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