Buralarda sevimli mi sevimli Alp Dağları varmış (St.Gallen,İsviçre’da)

Buralarda sevimli mi sevimli Alp Dağları varmış (St.Gallen,İsviçre’da)

photo by Laina Briedis

3 harflili kitap okuyan 5 harflili.

3 harflili kitap okuyan 5 harflili.

Çalışmak çalışamamak ve birtakım şeyler

Çalışmak çalışamamak ve birtakım şeyler

illustration by Steve Simpson

illustration by Steve Simpson

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‪#‎Turkey‬ ‪#‎Soma‬ 
‪#‎KaderDeğilİşCinayeti‬
‪#‎SomadaKazaDegilCinayetVar‬

Death toll rises in coal mine explosion. 201 workers are killed according to official reports. Witnesses insist reports are not reflecting the magnitude of the tragedy taking place in Soma.

"Several hundred miners have been killed following an explosion near the town of Soma.

An estimated 700-1000 miners were inside at the time of the explosion. Some of them working near the upper gallery have been saved, while the rest of them are largely presumed dead by now.

The mainstream media reported the total death toll as 17 for several hours, even as the bodies kept coming on gurneys during the live broadcast. The figure was subsequently corrected to 151 after announced as so by a government minister, while the real number is estimated to be much higher.

The coal mine at Soma was inspected at least 10 times in the recent years and closed after 66 faults were found, only to be reopened due to political pressure. Some 5000 accidents occured at Soma in 2013 alone, causing 95 deaths. Main opposition party CHP had submitted a motion to demand a parliamentary investigation regarding the deaths at the mine only two weeks ago.

The miners interviewed on TV say they get paid 40 Liras ($19/€14) for a day’s work and practically have no social security. The miners also say that the conditions have got far worse since the mines have been privatised, any complaint or incapacity costs them their jobs, and the unions are acting in complicity with the bosses..”

Report by LiveUpdatesFrom Turkey 
Photo credit: Kamera Sokak (11 photos)

fotojournalismus:

Labour Day in Istanbul — May 1, 2014

1. Protesters wearing gas masks hold a banner reading ‘Workers who resist win’ as they march towards Taksim Square. (Bulent Kilic/AFP/Getty Images)

2. A riot police officer gestures amidst tear gas during a May Day demonstration in Istanbul. (Murad Sezer/Reuters)

3. Protesters advance towards riot police. (Can Erok/Reuters)

4. Turkish riot policemen take position behind their shields during clashes with protesters who try to reach Taksim Square in Istanbul. (Ozan Kose/AFP/Getty Images)

5. Protesters wearing gas masks use slingshots during clashes with riot police who prevent them from reaching Taksim Square. (Bulent Kilic/AFP/Getty Images)

6. Riot police fires tear gas to push back protesters. (Murad Sezer/Reuters)

7. A Turkish protester wearing a gas mask stands amid a fog of tear gas that was fired by riot police to disperse a May Day rally. (Bulent Kilic/AFP/Getty Images)

8. A protester is hit by water from a police water cannon during a May Day demonstration. (Murad Sezer/Reuters)

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illustration by Alex Andreyev

illustration by Alex Andreyev

photos by Oleg Oprisco

photos by Hossein Zare

photo by Marie Hudelot

photo by Marie Hudelot

photos by Christine Muraton

photos by Christine Muraton

photo by Magdalena Wosinska

photo by Magdalena Wosinska

photos by Maiko Takeda

photos by Maiko Takeda

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