Marcin Suder

Photographer, photoreporter

A photographer and photojournalist. Marcin has been working for the Corbis agency for many years. He also collaborated with NGOs such as Unicef and UNDP. He worked in more than dozens of countries and was published in the world’s most renewed magazines, newspapers and portals.

It's March 5, 2022. Russian troops have been attacking Irpin for some time, but the city has been under heavy artillery fire for several days. On that day, Russians announced the opening of a humanitarian corridor for the residents.

This comic tells the story of the solidarity initiatives that were launched in Sao Paulo's favelas, such as training community leaders, radio shows about health or rap songs on COVID-19 prevention.

In October 2019, Spain's Supreme Court sentenced nine Catalan separatist leaders for sedition over their role in the independence referendum. We spoke with protesters in Barcelona, lawyers and other people involved.

A visual journey through the iconic cases of biopiracy in Sri lanka. The article also explores four successful cases fighting biopiracy in India, Peru, Ethiopia and Brazil.

After Russia's annexation of Crimea in 2014, Putin ordered to build a bridge connecting the peninsula and Russia. Here’s a panorama of what happened next.

An interactive trip covering over 32 hours and 1,683 km by train from the West to the East of Ukraine.

450 kilometres of demarcation line in Donbas means 450 km of war, which has divided the Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts into two parts since 2014.

Amid conflict and political instability, the humanitarian crisis in Somalia continues.

How Iraqi Forces retook Mosul from ISIS. This is a story from the frontline.