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  • Kachin state in Burma.
    Burma
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0227715.jpg
    Burmese General Major Twan Mrat Naing, also spelled Tun Myat Naing. is the current commander-in-chief of the Arakan army, an insurgent group operating in the state of Kachin, in Myanmar (Burma) The Arakan army has been led by Naing since its foundation in 2009, and maintains the rank of major general. Naing is of Arakanese origin and lives in Laiza, in the state of Kachin, where the "temporary headquarters" of the Arakan army are located.
  • Kachin state in Burma.
    Burma
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0227716.jpg
    Burmese General Major Twan Mrat Naing, also spelled Tun Myat Naing. is the current commander-in-chief of the Arakan army, an insurgent group operating in the state of Kachin, in Myanmar (Burma) The Arakan army has been led by Naing since its foundation in 2009, and maintains the rank of major general. Naing is of Arakanese origin and lives in Laiza, in the state of Kachin, where the "temporary headquarters" of the Arakan army are located.
  • Kachin state in Burma.
    Burma
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0227717.jpg
    Burmese General Major Twan Mrat Naing, also spelled Tun Myat Naing. is the current commander-in-chief of the Arakan army, an insurgent group operating in the state of Kachin, in Myanmar (Burma) The Arakan army has been led by Naing since its foundation in 2009, and maintains the rank of major general. Naing is of Arakanese origin and lives in Laiza, in the state of Kachin, where the "temporary headquarters" of the Arakan army are located.
  • Kachin state in Burma.
    Burma
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0227718.jpg
    Burmese General Major Twan Mrat Naing, also spelled Tun Myat Naing. is the current commander-in-chief of the Arakan army, an insurgent group operating in the state of Kachin, in Myanmar (Burma) The Arakan army has been led by Naing since its foundation in 2009, and maintains the rank of major general. Naing is of Arakanese origin and lives in Laiza, in the state of Kachin, where the "temporary headquarters" of the Arakan army are located.
  • Kachin state in Burma.
    Burma
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0227719.jpg
    Burmese General Major Twan Mrat Naing, also spelled Tun Myat Naing. is the current commander-in-chief of the Arakan army, an insurgent group operating in the state of Kachin, in Myanmar (Burma) The Arakan army has been led by Naing since its foundation in 2009, and maintains the rank of major general. Naing is of Arakanese origin and lives in Laiza, in the state of Kachin, where the "temporary headquarters" of the Arakan army are located.
  • Kachin state in Burma.
    Burma
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0227720.jpg
    The Arakan army has been led by Naing since its founding in 2009, and maintains the rank of major general. Naing is of Arakanese origin and lives in Laiza, in the state of Kachin, where the "temporary headquarters" of the Arakan army are located.
  • Kachin state in Burma.
    Burma
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0227721.jpg
    Burmese General Major Twan Mrat Naing, also spelled Tun Myat Naing. is the current commander-in-chief of the Arakan army, an insurgent group operating in the state of Kachin, in Myanmar (Burma) The Arakan army has been led by Naing since its foundation in 2009, and maintains the rank of major general. Naing is of Arakanese origin and lives in Laiza, in the state of Kachin, where the "temporary headquarters" of the Arakan army are located.
  • Kachin state in Burma.
    Burma
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0227722.jpg
    The Arakan army has been led by Naing since its founding in 2009, and maintains the rank of major general. Naing is of Arakanese origin and lives in Laiza, in the state of Kachin, where the "temporary headquarters" of the Arakan army are located.
  • collective solidarity migrant Wilson
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0227356.jpg
    Volunteers from the migrant solidarity group Wilson prepare vegetarian meals for the marauders and evening food distributions. Since the last dismantling, refugees have been pushed back on the Saint Denis canal and its surroundings. Disseminated in small groups of up to twenty tents, they suffer confinement as a double punishment. Associations try to maintain contact by distributing food and tea in particular. Here no question around the Covid-19 or very little. Having to eat every day is already a miracle. April 7, 2020. Saint Denis, France.
  • collective solidarity migrant Wilson
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0227357.jpg
    Volunteers from the migrant solidarity group Wilson prepare for the maraudes and evening food distributions. Since the last dismantling, refugees have been pushed back on the Saint Denis canal and its surroundings. Disseminated in small groups of up to twenty tents, they suffer confinement as a double punishment. Associations try to maintain contact by distributing food and tea in particular. Here no question around the Covid-19 or very little. Having to eat every day is already a miracle. April 7, 2020. Saint Denis, France.
  • collective solidarity migrant Wilson
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0227358.jpg
    One of the volunteers loads masks, gloves and hydroalcoholic gel for the other members and the refugees who need it. The migrant solidarity group Wilson distributes around 80 meals. Since the last dismantling, refugees have been pushed back on the Saint Denis canal and its surroundings. Scattered in small groups of up to twenty tents, they suffer confinement as a double punishment. Associations try to maintain contact by distributing food and tea in particular. Here no question around the Covid-19 or very little. Having to eat every day is already a miracle. April 7, 2020. Saint Denis, France.
  • collective solidarity migrant Wilson
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0227359.jpg
    The civil protection came to support the collective solidarity migrant Wilson by bringing in particular water packs and food for the marauders and distributions of evening food. Since the last dismantling, refugees have been pushed back on the Saint Denis canal and its surroundings. Disseminated in small groups of up to twenty tents, they suffer confinement as a double punishment. Associations try to maintain contact by distributing food and tea in particular. Here no question around the Covid-19 or very little. Having to eat every day is already a miracle. April 7, 2020. Saint Denis, France.
  • collective solidarity migrant Wilson
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0227360.jpg
    Volunteers from the migrant solidarity group Wilson prepare for the maraudes and evening food distributions. Since the last dismantling, refugees have been pushed back on the Saint Denis canal and its surroundings. Disseminated in small groups of up to twenty tents, they suffer confinement as a double punishment. Associations try to maintain contact by distributing food and tea in particular. Here no question around the Covid-19 or very little. Having to eat every day is already a miracle. April 7, 2020. Saint Denis, France.
  • collective solidarity migrant Wilson
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0227361.jpg
    Volunteers from the solidarite migrant Wilson collective, distribution of vegetarian food to refugees, migrants, exiles, not far from the Porte d'Aubervilliers. the meeting is known to all. the restaurants of the heart are also present. Since the last dismantling, refugees have been pushed back on the Saint Denis canal and its surroundings. Disseminated in small groups of up to twenty tents, they suffer confinement as a double punishment. Associations try to maintain contact by distributing food and tea in particular. Here no question around the Covid-19 or very little. Having to eat every day is already a miracle. April 7, 2020. Saint Denis, France.
  • collective solidarity migrant Wilson
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0227362.jpg
    Volunteers from the solidarite migrant Wilson collective, distribution of vegetarian food to refugees, migrants, exiles, not far from the Porte d'Aubervilliers. the meeting is known to all. the restaurants of the heart are also present. Since the last dismantling, refugees have been pushed back on the Saint Denis canal and its surroundings. Disseminated in small groups of up to twenty tents, they suffer confinement as a double punishment. Associations try to maintain contact by distributing food and tea in particular. Here no question around the Covid-19 or very little. Having to eat every day is already a miracle. April 7, 2020. Saint Denis, France.
  • collective solidarity migrant Wilson
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0227363.jpg
    Volunteers from the solidarite migrant Wilson collective, distribution of vegetarian food to refugees, migrants, exiles, not far from the Porte d'Aubervilliers. the meeting is known to all. the restaurants of the heart are also present. Since the last dismantling, refugees have been pushed back on the Saint Denis canal and its surroundings. Disseminated in small groups of up to twenty tents, they suffer confinement as a double punishment. Associations try to maintain contact by distributing food and tea in particular. Here no question around the Covid-19 or very little. Having to eat every day is already a miracle. April 7, 2020. Saint Denis, France.
  • collective solidarity migrant Wilson
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0227364.jpg
    Volunteers from the migrant solidarity group Wilson prepare vegetarian meals for the marauders and evening food distributions. Since the last dismantling, refugees have been pushed back on the Saint Denis canal and its surroundings. Disseminated in small groups of up to twenty tents, they suffer confinement as a double punishment. Associations try to maintain contact by distributing food and tea in particular. Here no question around the Covid-19 or very little. Having to eat every day is already a miracle. April 7, 2020. Saint Denis, France.
  • collective solidarity migrant Wilson
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0227365.jpg
    Volunteers from the solidarite migrant Wilson collective, distribution of vegetarian food to refugees, migrants, exiles, not far from the Porte d'Aubervilliers. the meeting is known to all. the restaurants of the heart are also present. Since the last dismantling, refugees have been pushed back on the Saint Denis canal and its surroundings. Disseminated in small groups of up to twenty tents, they suffer confinement as a double punishment. Associations try to maintain contact by distributing food and tea in particular. Here no question around the Covid-19 or very little. Having to eat every day is already a miracle. April 7, 2020. Saint Denis, France.
  • collective solidarity migrant Wilson
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0227366.jpg
    Volunteers from the solidarite migrant Wilson collective, distribution of vegetarian food to refugees, migrants, exiles, not far from the Porte d'Aubervilliers. the meeting is known to all. the restaurants of the heart are also present. Since the last dismantling, refugees have been pushed back on the Saint Denis canal and its surroundings. Disseminated in small groups of up to twenty tents, they suffer confinement as a double punishment. Associations try to maintain contact by distributing food and tea in particular. Here no question around the Covid-19 or very little. Having to eat every day is already a miracle. April 7, 2020. Saint Denis, France.
  • collective solidarity migrant Wilson
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0227367.jpg
    Volunteers from the solidarite migrant Wilson collective, distribution of vegetarian food to refugees, migrants, exiles, not far from the Porte d'Aubervilliers. the meeting is known to all. the restaurants of the heart are also present. Since the last dismantling, refugees have been pushed back on the Saint Denis canal and its surroundings. Disseminated in small groups of up to twenty tents, they suffer confinement as a double punishment. Associations try to maintain contact by distributing food and tea in particular. Here no question around the Covid-19 or very little. Having to eat every day is already a miracle. April 7, 2020. Saint Denis, France.
  • collective solidarity migrant Wilson
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0227368.jpg
    Refugees stand in line during a distribution of vegetarian food organized by the collective, solidarite migrant Wilson, not far from POrte d'Aubervilliers. The meeting is known to everyone. the restaurants of the heart are also present. Since the last dismantling, refugees have been pushed back on the Saint Denis canal and its surroundings. Disseminated in small groups of up to twenty tents, they suffer confinement as a double punishment. Associations try to maintain contact by distributing food and tea in particular. Here no question around the Covid-19 or very little. Having to eat every day is already a miracle. April 7, 2020. Saint Denis, France.
  • collective solidarity migrant Wilson
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0227369.jpg
    Refugees eat theirs on the central reservation of the rue d'Aubervilleirs while a police car passes behind them. Distribution of vegetarian food organized by the collective, migrant solidarity Wilson, not far from the Porte d'Aubervilliers. The meeting is known to everyone. the restaurants of the heart are also present. Since the last dismantling, refugees have been pushed back on the Saint Denis canal and its surroundings. Disseminated in small groups of up to twenty tents, they suffer confinement as a double punishment. Associations try to maintain contact by distributing food and tea in particular. Here no question around the Covid-19 or very little. Having to eat every day is already a miracle. April 7, 2020. Saint Denis, France.
  • collective solidarity migrant Wilson
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0227370.jpg
    Volunteers from the migrant solidarity group Wilson prepare vegetarian meals for the marauders and evening food distributions. Since the last dismantling, refugees have been pushed back on the Saint Denis canal and its surroundings. Disseminated in small groups of up to twenty tents, they suffer confinement as a double punishment. Associations try to maintain contact by distributing food and tea in particular. Here no question around the Covid-19 or very little. Having to eat every day is already a miracle. April 7, 2020. Saint Denis, France.
  • collective solidarity migrant Wilson
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0227371.jpg
    Volunteers from the migrant solidarity group Wilson prepare vegetarian meals for the marauders and evening food distributions. Since the last dismantling, refugees have been pushed back on the Saint Denis canal and its surroundings. Disseminated in small groups of up to twenty tents, they suffer confinement as a double punishment. Associations try to maintain contact by distributing food and tea in particular. Here no question around the Covid-19 or very little. Having to eat every day is already a miracle. April 7, 2020. Saint Denis, France.
  • collective solidarity migrant Wilson
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0227372.jpg
    Volunteers from the migrant solidarity group Wilson prepare the trays that will serve as meal plates. Food markets and food distributions are organized every Tuesday and Saturday. Since the last dismantling, refugees have been pushed back on the Saint Denis canal and its surroundings. Disseminated in small groups of up to twenty tents, they suffer confinement as a double punishment. Associations try to maintain contact by distributing food and tea in particular. Here no question around the Covid-19 or very little. Having to eat every day is already a miracle. April 7, 2020. Saint Denis, France.
  • collective solidarity migrant Wilson
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0227373.jpg
    Volunteers from the migrant solidarity group Wilson prepare vegetarian meals for the marauders and evening food distributions. Since the last dismantling, refugees have been pushed back on the Saint Denis canal and its surroundings. Disseminated in small groups of up to twenty tents, they suffer confinement as a double punishment. Associations try to maintain contact by distributing food and tea in particular. Here no question around the Covid-19 or very little. Having to eat every day is already a miracle. April 7, 2020. Saint Denis, France.
  • collective solidarity migrant Wilson
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0227374.jpg
    Volunteers from the migrant solidarity group Wilson prepare vegetarian meals for the marauders and evening food distributions. Since the last dismantling, refugees have been pushed back on the Saint Denis canal and its surroundings. Disseminated in small groups of up to twenty tents, they suffer confinement as a double punishment. Associations try to maintain contact by distributing food and tea in particular. Here no question around the Covid-19 or very little. Having to eat every day is already a miracle. April 7, 2020. Saint Denis, France.
  • collective solidarity migrant Wilson
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0227247.jpg
    Preparation of bikes and loading of meals and water. Each takes according to the capacity of his bag and his bike. Maraude a velo of the solidarite migrant collective Wilson. Since the last dismantling, refugees have been pushed back on the Saint Denis canal and its surroundings. Scattered in small groups of up to twenty tents, they suffer confinement as a double punishment. Associations try to maintain contact by distributing food and tea in particular. Here no question around the Covid-19 or very little. Having to eat every day is already a miracle. April 4, 2020. Saint Denis, France.
  • collective solidarity migrant Wilson
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0227248.jpg
    Maraude a velo of the solidarite migrant collective Wilson. Since the last dismantling, refugees have been pushed back on the Saint Denis canal and its surroundings. Scattered in small groups of up to twenty tents, they suffer confinement as a double punishment. Associations try to maintain contact by distributing food and tea in particular. Here no question around the Covid-19 or very little. Having to eat every day is already a miracle. April 4, 2020. Saint Denis, France.
  • collective solidarity migrant Wilson
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0227249.jpg
    Maraude a velo of the solidarite migrant collective Wilson. Other maraude on foot and by car are also organized by the collective. Since the last dismantling, refugees have been pushed back on the Saint Denis canal and its surroundings. Scattered in small groups of up to twenty tents, they suffer confinement as a double punishment. Associations try to maintain contact by distributing food and tea in particular. Here no question around the Covid-19 or very little. Having to eat every day is already a miracle. April 4, 2020. Saint Denis, France.
  • collective solidarity migrant Wilson
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0227250.jpg
    Maraude a velo of the solidarite migrant collective Wilson. Since the last dismantling, refugees have been pushed back on the Saint Denis canal and its surroundings. Scattered in small groups of up to twenty tents, they suffer confinement as a double punishment. Associations try to maintain contact by distributing food and tea in particular. Here no question around the Covid-19 or very little. Having to eat every day is already a miracle. April 4, 2020. Saint Denis, France.
  • collective solidarity migrant Wilson
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0227251.jpg
    Two members of the citizen collective drop off water and food at one of the identified camps. Maraude a velo of the solidarite migrant collective Wilson. Since the last dismantling, refugees have been pushed back on the Saint Denis canal and its surroundings. Scattered in small groups of up to twenty tents, they suffer confinement as a double punishment. Associations try to maintain contact by distributing food and tea in particular. Here no question around the Covid-19 or very little. Having to eat every day is already a miracle. April 4, 2020. Saint Denis, France.
  • collective solidarity migrant Wilson
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0227252.jpg
    Two members of the citizen collective drop off water and food at one of the identified camps. Maraude a velo of the solidarite migrant collective Wilson. Since the last dismantling, refugees have been pushed back on the Saint Denis canal and its surroundings. Scattered in small groups of up to twenty tents, they suffer confinement as a double punishment. Associations try to maintain contact by distributing food and tea in particular. Here no question around the Covid-19 or very little. Having to eat every day is already a miracle. April 4, 2020. Saint Denis, France.
  • collective solidarity migrant Wilson
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0227253.jpg
    Maraude a velo of the solidarite migrant collective Wilson. Since the last dismantling, refugees have been pushed back on the Saint Denis canal and its surroundings. Scattered in small groups of up to twenty tents, they suffer confinement as a double punishment. Associations try to maintain contact by distributing food and tea in particular. Here no question around the Covid-19 or very little. Having to eat every day is already a miracle. April 4, 2020. Saint Denis, France.
  • collective solidarity migrant Wilson
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0227254.jpg
    A refugee keeps the hot meal he has just received. Maraude a velo of the solidarite migrant collective Wilson. Since the last dismantling, refugees have been pushed back on the Saint Denis canal and its surroundings. Scattered in small groups of up to twenty tents, they suffer confinement as a double punishment. Associations try to maintain contact by distributing food and tea in particular. Here no question around the Covid-19 or very little. Having to eat every day is already a miracle. April 4, 2020. Saint Denis, France.
  • collective solidarity migrant Wilson
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0227255.jpg
    A man sleeps in blankets under a bridge along the canal. Maraude a velo of the solidarite migrant collective Wilson. Since the last dismantling, refugees have been pushed back on the Saint Denis canal and its surroundings. Scattered in small groups of up to twenty tents, they suffer confinement as a double punishment. Associations try to maintain contact by distributing food and tea in particular. Here no question around the Covid-19 or very little. Having to eat every day is already a miracle. April 4, 2020. Saint Denis, France.
  • collective solidarity migrant Wilson
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0227256.jpg
    Two Afghan refugees receive food. Maraude a velo of the solidarite migrant collective Wilson. Since the last dismantling, refugees have been pushed back on the Saint Denis canal and its surroundings. Scattered in small groups of up to twenty tents, they suffer confinement as a double punishment. Associations try to maintain contact by distributing food and tea in particular. Here no question around the Covid-19 or very little. Having to eat every day is already a miracle. April 4, 2020. Saint Denis, France.
  • collective solidarity migrant Wilson
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0227257.jpg
    Two Afghan refugees receive food. Maraude a velo of the solidarite migrant collective Wilson. Since the last dismantling, refugees have been pushed back on the Saint Denis canal and its surroundings. Scattered in small groups of up to twenty tents, they suffer confinement as a double punishment. Associations try to maintain contact by distributing food and tea in particular. Here no question around the Covid-19 or very little. Having to eat every day is already a miracle. April 4, 2020. Saint Denis, France.
  • collective solidarity migrant Wilson
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0227258.jpg
    Signature of the certificates of volunteer work required during the confinement period. . Each takes according to the capacity of his bag and his bike. Maraude a velo of the solidarite migrant collective Wilson. Since the last dismantling, refugees have been pushed back on the Saint Denis canal and its surroundings. Scattered in small groups of up to twenty tents, they suffer confinement as a double punishment. Associations try to maintain contact by distributing food and tea in particular. Here no question around the Covid-19 or very little. Having to eat every day is already a miracle. April 4, 2020. Saint Denis, France.
  • collective solidarity migrant Wilson
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0227259.jpg
    Maraude a velo of the solidarite migrant collective Wilson. Since the last dismantling, refugees have been pushed back on the Saint Denis canal and its surroundings. Scattered in small groups of up to twenty tents, they suffer confinement as a double punishment. Associations try to maintain contact by distributing food and tea in particular. Here no question around the Covid-19 or very little. Having to eat every day is already a miracle. April 4, 2020. Saint Denis, France.
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