Bronze 2021 Editorial / Conflict
At the end of September 2020, Azerbaijan attacked the Nagorno-Karabakh enclave, which had until then been administered by Armenia. The somewhat frozen conflict flared up again. The fighting broke out with incredible fierceness and cruelty. The young Armenian soldiers, who had spent only a few months in training, could barely use Kalashnikov's, but not operate advanced weapon systems. The war ended on the night of November 9-10. The Armenians were left with only a fraction of the territory they had conquered in the previous war. People had to leave their homes, they became refugees...
Journalist and photographer. Since 2018 she has been working as a freelance reporter and photographer. She has worked in a number of African countries, visited Afghanistan several times, as well as Somalia.Since 2014, she has focused on the issue of war with the ISIS in Iraq and Syria. She is the co-author of several books, documentaries, number of television reports. In 2020 she was included in the prestigious Women Photograph database, which includes the best female photographers from around the world. she was shortlisted in International Women In Photo Association Award (2020 and 2022). She