Zacharie Rabehi

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Rohingya refugees crossing a wooden bridge in the Balu Kali camp in Bangladesh. More than 650,000 refugees have fled Myanmar’s ethnic cleansing in the last few months Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh 2nd November 2017 © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
Nosima Katun and her cousin Fathima from the Rohingya community. Teknaf, Bangladesh 20th November 2017 © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
Bangladeshi fisherman in Teknaf, Bangladesh 2017. © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence le journal
With more than 600,000 people who fled ethnic cleansing and more than 22,000 registered orphaned children as of the 28th October. The Rohingya percussion and exode between Myanmar and Bangladesh is today’s largest humanitarian crisis. Like this girl who took on the trip crossing the Naf river on a raft made of plastic cans. Every face tells about the horror they have left behind. Taken on my last day covering the Rohingya exode. Teknaf, Bangladesh 22nd November 2017 © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal. Insta: @zacharie_rabehi
Yesterday in Teknaf Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh 12th November 2017 © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
Yesterday in Teknaf Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh 13th November 2017 © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
Mosoma kato is 75yrs old and she arrived from Burma 2 months ago fleeing the Rohingya ethnic cleansing Her husband has been taken to jail by the burmese army, she presume him dead. Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh 6th November 2017 © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
Rohingya refugees working as fishermen in Bangladesh. Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh 2nd November 2017 © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh 2nd November 2017 © Zacharie Rabehi / @agencelejournal
Yesterday a group of a few thousands Rohingyas crossed into Bangladesh fleeing Burmese’s persecutions. They were stranded a day under a harsh sun waiting for the authorities to let them through. Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh 2nd November 2017 © Zacharie Rabehi / @agencelejournal
Yesterday a group of a few thousands Rohingyas crossed into Bangladesh fleeing Burmese’s persecutions. They were stranded a day under a harsh sun waiting for the authorities to let them through. Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh 2nd November 2017 © Zacharie Rabehi / @agencelejournal
Rohingya people crossing into Bangladesh fleeing a genocide in the hands of Burmese. Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh 2nd November 2017 © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
Rohingya people crossing into Bangladesh fleeing a genocide in the hands of Burmese. Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh 2nd November 2017 © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
Rohingya people crossing into Bangladesh fleeing a genocide in the hands of Burmese. Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh 2nd November 2017 © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
Rohingya people crossing into Bangladesh fleeing a genocide in the hands of Burmese. Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh 2nd November 2017 © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
Rohingya people crossing into Bangladesh fleeing a genocide in the hands of Burmese. Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh 2nd November 2017 © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
Chhath Puja I Thursday, 26th October 2017 © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal. Insta: zacharie_rabehi
Chhath Puja I Thursday, 26th October 2017 © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal. Insta: zacharie_rabehi
Chhath Puja I Thursday, 26th October 2017 © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal. Insta: zacharie_rabehi
Paris France Protest 1st Of May Republique Crowd
Days off in Paris
Laughter and dogs... death is still there, burning in the back giving warmth to the coldest body wrapped in flowers. He is next in line. The flames shows the way up in smoke as he becomes wedded to the river. We all stay, nobody leaves. From the series I Dogs and Death in a bag Kathmandu, Nepal. 2017 © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
From the series I Dogs and Death in a bag Kathmandu, Nepal. 2017 © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
From the series I Dogs and Death in a bag Kathmandu, Nepal. 2017 © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
From the series I Dogs and Death in a bag Kathmandu, Nepal. 2017 © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
From the series I Dogs and Death in a bag Kathmandu, Nepal. 2017 © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
From the series I Dogs and Death in a bag Kathmandu, Nepal. 2017 © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
From the series I Dogs and Death in a bag Kathmandu, Nepal. 2017 © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
From the series I Dogs and Death in a bag Kathmandu, Nepal. 2017 © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
From the series I Dogs and Death in a bag Kathmandu, Nepal. 2017 © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
Back in Maharashtra working the epidemic of farmer's suicide. About every 30 minutes, a farmer in India takes his own life. 4th March, 2017 Yavatmal District, Maharashtra. India © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
Back in Maharashtra working the epidemic of farmer's suicide. About every 30 minutes, a farmer in India takes his own life. 4th March, 2017 Yavatmal District, Maharashtra. India © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
By the Banks Of The Ganga River In Kolkata India West Bengal
Coalmine Coal Mine of Jharkhand India
Photo of the week in Der Spirgel
Kashmir 2016 © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
I am so delighted that my photo of Danish made it to Aljazeera's best photos of the year. Thanks to Danish for letting me tell his story, to Al Jazeera's team to publish it, Agence le journal for the support and to Kabir Agarwal for having worked with me on this story by producing the writting it deserved
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Charpai rest on the banks of the Yamuna. New Delhi, India. November 2016. © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
No exit. L'enfer c'est nous... 21st December 2016. Gazipur landfill, New Delhi. India © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
No exit. L'enfer c'est nous... 21st December 2016. Gazipur landfill, New Delhi. India © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
Power plant next to Gazipur's landfill
Hindu funeral taking place in Delhi by the Yamuna river
Two kids walking by the Martyr graveyard of Palhalan, Kashmir. 2016
Somewhere between Srinagar and Jammu, Kashmir. 19th December 2016 © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
Young protestors throwing stones at the security forces outside the Jama Masid after the last prayers. Srinagar, Kashmir. 17th December 2016. © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
Crowd exiting the Hazratbal after friday's prayer in Srinagar. It is believed that a hair of the prophet is kept inside the Shrine // Kashmir, 16th December 2016 © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
Horse rider by the Ganga river
Stuntman performing for an audience inside the "maut ka kuan" (well of death) Sonepur, Bihar. India © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
Ring Road / Delhi, India. © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
Kid fishing early morning in the Ganga river in Sonepur, Bihar. India © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
Toxic / Delhi, India. © Zacharie Rabehi / @agencelejournal
Sacred river, Yamuna / Delhi © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
Sacred river, Yamuna / Delhi © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
Sacred river, Yamuna / Delhi © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal Delhipollution Yamuna River New Delhi #pollution
Old Delhi Air Quality Index - 592 / Nasty © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
Vegetable sellers - Dal Lake, Srinagar. Kashmir, 2016 © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
Vegetable sellers - Dal Lake, Srinagar. Kashmir, 2016 © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
Vegetable sellers - Dal Lake, Srinagar. Kashmir, 2016 © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
28th October / Srinagar  , Kashmir Danish - 24yrs old, lost vision from both his eyes after being shot while he was sitting on the street with a group of friends. Pellet guns used by the Indian army in the recent Kashmir unrest have caused at least a thousand protester or simple bystander to be treated for eyes injuries. Half of them are under the age of 20. © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
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27th October - Shri Maharaja Hari Singh Hospital (SMHS) in Srinagar Burhan - 22yrs old, lost the use of his right eye due to pellet wound. Pellet guns used by the Indian army in the recent Kashmir unrest have caused at least a thousand protester or simple bystander to be treated for eyes injuries. Half of them are under the age of 20. © Zacharie Rabehi / Agence Le Journal
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The Photojournalist - 2016 EyeEm Awards Shaboo faced an acid attack when she was just one month old resting on her mother’s lap. She is still unaware of the reason… the question “why?” remains unanswered. The attack killed her mother and sentenced her father to jail. Her brother was adopted by an aunt, who refused to take Shaboo in because of the stigma associated with victims of acid attacks. Shaboo was adopted by an orphanage Ashram in Mumbai, where she received the emotional and financial support to graduate college. "It is very difficult to live in an orphanage," Shaboo says. The Photojournalist 2016 Finalists
The Photojournalist - 2016 EyeEm Awards Geeta was lying on her cot, her two small daughters cradled at each side. The night was like any other for the 23-year-old mother living with her husband and her in-laws in a slum in Agra, India. But Geeta knew something was wrong. Things with her husband had become unusually tense after the birth of her daughters. Geeta felt it had something to do with her husband desperately wanting a son -- as many Indian men do. The lack of a son could mean that he would lose his rights to family assets, which could be claimed by other family members. The beatings started around that time. Often, he would come home drunk and physically assault her. Tonight, though, the house was quiet. Geeta shut her eyes and tried to go to sleep. In an instant, her face was consumed with unbearable pain. Her daughters were screaming. Geeta’s husband had thrown acid on all three of them as they slept. Despite the pain, Geeta rushed herself and her daughters to the nearest police station. She still remembers every detail of that night, more than two decades ago, that changed the course of her life. Weeks later, one of her daughters succumbed to her injuries and died. The other daughter, Neta, then 3, would grow up in shameful isolation, without a face and nearly blind.
The Photojournalist - 2016 EyeEm Awards young boy just arrived to Lesbos after crossing the Aegan sea
The Photojournalist - 2016 EyeEm Awards severe drought has touched a third of India leaving farmers with growing debts.
The Photojournalist - 2016 EyeEm Awards bride crying on her wedding day in the Karnataka state of India
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mountains of life jackets in Lesvos Greece Refugees The Photojournalist - 2016 EyeEm Awards
The Photojournalist - 2016 EyeEm Awards refugees crossing the border between Croatia and Serbia
The Photojournalist - 2016 EyeEm Awards climatic refugee camp in Nepal after the earthquake
The Photojournalist - 2016 EyeEm Awards refugees arriving on the lesbos island in Greece Market Reviewers' Top Picks
The Photojournalist - 2016 EyeEm Awards refugees arriving on the lesbos island in Greece
The Photojournalist - 2016 EyeEm Awards refugees arriving on the lesbos island in Greece
The Photojournalist - 2016 EyeEm Awards transsexual jumping a well the koovagam festival in the state of Tamil Nadu, south India
The Photojournalist - 2016 EyeEm Awards transsexual regrouping for the koovagam festival in the state of Tamil Nadu, south India
Telling Stories Differently food and balloon sellers at the koovagam festival in the state of Tamil Nadu, south India