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Award-Winning Photographer Reacts to Mindanao Massacre

December 2, 2009

Recently on assignment with The Asia Foundation to document pre-election seminars designed to mitigate election violence in the Philippines, renowned photojournalist Karl Grobl blogs about the massacre in Mindanao that left close to 60 people dead and a nation in turmoil. View more of his photos of Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) commanders in their encampment, near Cotabato, peace agreement negotiations, pre-election seminars, and more.

The Asia Foundation hosted workshops such as this to train communities on how to mitigate election violence. Mr. Helmut Blauth.

The Asia Foundation hosted workshops such as this to train communities on how to mitigate election violence. Photo by Karl Grobl.

Related locations: Philippines
Related programs: Conflict and Fragile Conditions

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