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Gabriel Chaim

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About Gabriel
Gabriel Chaim is a Brazilian photographer/videographer covering social issues in Middle East for the mainstream media as BBC, NBC, CNN. Specialized in long term projects.
Languages
English Portuguese
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Photography Video Rushes Drone Footage
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War Reporter Breaking News
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Indigenous communities battle illegal gold miners in the Amazon

19 Jul 2021  |  krdo.com
The Yanomami people in the Amazon are defending their land against illegal gold miners, known as garimpeiros, who have been encroaching on their territory, resulting in violence and environmental destruction. The community has faced attacks and is working with the Brazilian federal police and army to combat the miners. The Yanomami blame President Jair Bolsonaro for policies that have enabled the mining and defunded agencies meant to protect indigenous lands. Despite recent government action, the Yanomami continue to suffer from the illegal mining operations, which have expanded significantly, causing severe damage to the land and threatening their way of life.

The Yanomami people lived in harmony with nature. Invaders turned their lives into a fight for survival.

19 Jul 2021  |  kesq.com
The Yanomami people in Brazil face a severe health crisis due to illegal gold mining, which has led to disease, malnutrition, and environmental destruction. Activist Davi Kopenawa Yanomami highlights the dire situation, exacerbated by former President Jair Bolsonaro's policies. Current President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva has initiated a crackdown on illegal mining, bringing hope for the Yanomami's future. The crisis underscores the need for greater support and protection for indigenous communities.

Illegal gold miners threaten fragile way of life, deep in Amazon rainforest

19 Jul 2021  |  www.cnn.com
The Yanomami people in the Amazon rainforest are facing increased threats from illegal gold miners, leading to violence and environmental destruction. The Brazilian government, under President Jair Bolsonaro, has been criticized for policies that support mining in indigenous territories. Despite federal police and army interventions, the vastness of the territory and the complexity of the situation make it difficult to fully address the problem. The Yanomami community continues to defend their land and way of life amidst ongoing threats.

Nagorno-Karabakh: The boy who swapped his piano for a gun

The Muslims and Christians rebuilding Mosul’s old city

Nagorno-Karabakh: 'We’ve lost an entire generation'

15 Nov 2020  |  www.bbc.co.uk
The conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh is rooted in land disputes and national identity, deeply affecting generations of Armenians and Azerbaijanis. The recent six-week war has resulted in significant human losses for both sides, leaving a legacy of pain and loss.

Nagorno-Karabakh: 'We’ve lost an entire generation'

15 Nov 2020  |  www.bbc.co.uk
The conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh is rooted in land disputes and national identity, deeply affecting generations of Armenians and Azerbaijanis. The recent six-week war has resulted in significant human losses for both sides, leaving a legacy of pain and loss.

Yemen: Rare drone footage captures life amid the rubble

02 Aug 2018  |  cnn.com
Drone footage by Brazilian photojournalist Gabriel Chaim reveals the extent of damage in the rebel-held Yemeni capital, Sanaa, which has been under siege and subjected to airstrikes by the Saudi-led coalition. Despite the destruction, life persists among the ruins. The footage comes amid stalled peace talks and a UN warning of a potential humanitarian disaster in Hodeidah, with millions at risk of starvation. Human Rights Watch has accused the coalition of unlawful airstrikes, a claim the coalition denies. Protests in Sanaa aim to draw global attention to the situation.

A trek from poverty through a war zone they knew nothing about

10 Jun 2018  |  cnn.com
Migrants from Somalia and Ethiopia, including Kamal Abdu and Ahmed, are traversing the Yemeni desert, aiming to reach Saudi Arabia for work, unaware of the ongoing war in Yemen. Despite the dangers, including a recent incident where nearly 50 migrants died at sea, traffickers continue to operate, prioritizing profit over safety. Conditions in refugee camps are dire, with no basic necessities available. The situation mirrors the plight of refugees from the Horn of Africa to Yemen in 2007, as recounted by Mohammed Abdi Al-Bukr, who lost his family during the crossing.
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