FOTOSTRECKEN INTERNATIONAL
December 08, 2014

Photo Gallery: A Life of Slavery

For more than 16 years, Hanif Masih worked as an indentured servant in a brick factory in Pakistan. Then, an aid organization purchased his freedom. Though he remains extremely poor, he is one of the lucky ones. more...

Photo Gallery: The Dangers of Disease

British medical expert Jeremy Farrar is a key figure in the fight against Ebola and other infectious diseases. In a SPIEGEL interview, he says that the development of vaccines is key because drug-resistance viruses and bacteria pose immense dangers. more...

December 04, 2014

Photo Gallery: Rising Fear in Poland

Poland has long seen itself as stuck between the West and the East, with plenty of historical suffering being the result. Russian aggression in Ukraine have many in the country fearing the worst. Leading Polish writers have sounded the alarm. more...

December 03, 2014

Photo Gallery: Fear and Desperation

Police killings of black youth in Ferguson and Cleveland have outraged many in the US. The tragic events show how deep the societal divide remains between blacks and whites. Many have given up hope President Obama can change anything. more...

December 01, 2014

Photo Gallery: Leaky Berlin

The German government has had enough of reading about state secrets in the media. SPIEGEL has learned that officials are now preparing to file a criminal complaint against unknown persons and has undertaken other efforts to identify moles as well. more...

November 28, 2014

Photo Gallery: A Fascination with Jihad

Hundreds of young German Islamists have traveled to Syria to fight with the terrorist group Islamic State. SPIEGEL explored the extremist scene in Germany and the fascination with jihad in order to find answers about what drives people to join the murderous cult. more...

Photo Gallery: The Dangerous and Expensive Trip to Europe

More than 150,000 refugees have landed this year on the Italian coastline, most of them hoping to continue north. As the EU struggles to find an answer, human traffickers are raking in billions. more...

November 26, 2014

Photo Gallery: Warsaw's Man for Global Affairs

With the appointment of Donald Tusk as president of the powerful EU Council, a politician from Eastern Europe will be placed in one of Brussels' most important positions for the first time. The former Polish leader could become a key voice in the crisis with Russia. more...

Photo Gallery: Playing Amid the Graves

Every day, children from the Salaheddin district of Aleppo meet at the local playground. They play war as the real war rages just a few meters away. But the graves are slowly encroaching. more...

November 24, 2014

Photo Gallery: Ukraine's Road to War

Exactly one year ago, talks aimed at establishing an association agreement between Ukraine and the European Union collapsed. The resulting protests soon led to President Viktor Yanukovych's resignation and, ultimately, war. more...