In Bolivia, the great indigenous march ends in indifference

The indigenous march arrives in Santa Cruz, Bolivia, on October 16, 2019. AIZAR RALDES / AFP There is an air of weariness. The one that wins those who hoped to expose their grievances at the top of the state, who waited weeks, and who failed. For sixty-two days, hundreds of indigenous people from the Amazon, … Read more

The irradiated people of Ile-Longue in the face of the indifference of the State

Six of the seven retired workers from the Ile-Longue base, in Brest (Finistère), on October 6, 2021. VINCENT GOURIOU FOR M THE WORLD MAGAZINE The Capuchin workshops still smell like new. Overlooking La Penfeld, in the city center, the old buildings of the arsenal of Brest transformed into a cultural center soak up the sun. … Read more

Canada suffocates under record heat but in political indifference

Refreshment station during a heatwave in Vancouver, British Columbia, August 12, 2021. JESSE WINTER / REUTERS LETTER FROM MONTREAL A dog at a standstill in a downtown Montreal street, determined to take advantage of the saving droplets released by one of the many foggers set up by the municipality. Children in simple panties crowding in … Read more

After the earthquake in Haiti, the difficult reconstruction of “a country that has been left to die by indifference and corruption”

A house destroyed in the earthquake in Camp-Perrin, Haiti on August 16, 2021. Rescue workers used heavy equipment and their bare hands to search for survivors under the razed buildings. REGINALD LOUISSAINT JR / AFP It took a few seconds for a magnitude 7.2 earthquake to reduce tens of thousands of homes to dust. After … Read more

Japanese youth in the face of elite indifference

By Philippe Mesmer and Philippe Pons Posted today at 6:00 p.m. Reserved for our subscribers Factual“The other Japan” (2/6). Among its many vulnerabilities, aging Japanese society is seeing the generational gap widening. The heavy buildings of the Kyoto University Faculty of Medicine impose their austerity in the evening falling on the ancient Japanese capital. Opposite, … Read more

In Zurich, the death in the indifference of a tram passenger

A tram runs on line 2, in Zurich, Switzerland, in 2010. WIKIPEDIA LETTER FROM SWITZERLAND Pietrantonio de Sando would have been jubilant to see Squadra Azzura triumph over England on penalties in the Euro Football final on Sunday 11 July, he who has always supported AC Milan and has never missed a match. the Nazionale. … Read more