Libya

Photojournalist assaulted in Benghazi

The security in Benghazi is getting worse. Frustration is high due to the ongoing war and acts of violence are frequently reported. Several journalists has been targeted during the last months. Last Thursday photojournalist Tracey Shelton checked in at Hotel Africa in Benghazi after a two month long assignment in Misratah. During the first night...

Reportage on Misurata out on Sunday

My photographic reportage on Misurata will be published in Hufvudstadsbladet, swedish speaking news paper in Finland, upcoming Sunday, 31st of July. Some pictures are already rolling in the banner here.

Niklas has left Misurata

I have reluctantly and safely left Misurata and I’m on my way home after spending some time in a fishing boat and various rides with various pot-smoking grass hoppers, just in time to get my flight from Cairo. The situation is Misurata remains brutal. My photo essay on it will soon be out. Thanks to...

Gaddafi soldiers hammering the frontline

Today Gaddafi’s soldiers kept on hammering the frontlines with various mortars, artillery and rockets. Though the pounding was constant in Dafnia there was less injuries than you’d expect. On the eastern front, Krarem, on the other hand there was many casualties. From one single Grad-rocket blast the outcome was 13 injured and one dead. The...