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I am a travel blogger, writer, photographer and restless seeker. The importance of freedom of expression pushed me towards the freelance journalism. I graduated in Economics. During 2013, I moved to the UK, where I attended a 10-week course in freelance journalism at the London School of Journalism. I then went twice to Nepal. I witnessed the April 25, 2015 massive earthquake, and came back in 2016 to develop my first photo reportage, "Gorkha: one year later". Since then, I co-founded Blobally with my brother. In between, a two-week internship in Madrid with RGNN. Today, I just moved to Melbourne. Tomorrow? Who knows, but I find this is the most interesting side of the game called life.

WORKING HOLIDAY VISA IN AUSTRALIA: CHRISTMAS AT THE BEACH

Matteo Fabi moved to Australia with a working holiday visa, and he wants you to come along. Follow his footprints on ROOSTERGNN.

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Working Holiday Visa in Australia: My First 30 Days in Melbourne

Matteo Fabi moved to Australia with a working holiday visa, and he wants you to come along. Follow his footprints on ROOSTERGNN.

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Working Abroad in Australia: 5 Simple Steps Before You Go

Matteo Fabi moved to Australia with a working holiday visa, and he wants you to come along. Follow his footsteps on ROOSTERGNN.

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Ethnocide: Brazil’s Belo Monte Dam (Part II)

Economic and political interests behind the Belo Monte complex taint the endemic environment. The last tribes fight to protect their millenary culture and the rainforest.

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Ethnocide: Brazil’s Belo Monte Dam (Part I)

Economic and political interests behind the Belo Monte complex taint the endemic environment. The last tribes fight to protect their millenary culture and the rainforest.

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Matera Balloon Festival Kicks Off in South of Italy

The “Matera Balloon Festival”, 8-11 of October, is coming back ready to colour the sky of Matera, the European Capital of Culture 2019.

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Football Business is for Players

Among the financially “Big 5″ leagues, FIFA’s report finds that the biggest slice of the rich football cake goes to players.

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Drilling the World (Part II)

Petroleum fuelled the fastest technological and economic growth in the human history. Human living radically changed, and the Earth with it.

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Drilling the World (Part I)

Petroleum fuelled the fastest technological and economic growth in the human history. Human living radically changed, and the Earth with it.

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Snakebite Anti-Venom Running Out Worldwide

It’s possible that an antidote goes “out of market”? Unfortunately, yes. The Fav-Afrique antivenom, a failure market case.

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Ecuador: The Poisoned Paradise (Part II)

Oil was discovered in Ecuador during the 1960s. Since then, drillings, toxic waste, bribery and international lawsuits have tainted this lush corner of the globe.

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Ecuador: The Poisoned Paradise (Part I)

Oil was discovered in Ecuador during the 1960s. Since then, drillings, toxic waste, bribery and international lawsuits have tainted this lush corner of the globe.

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The Noble Art of Fencing

Hungary seals up its borders, as the Prime Minister Viktor Orban fears who “represent a radically different culture”. But what about his own one?

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Time for Change in Myanmar

Myanmar may be the furthest country from being called “land of freedom”. In its governmental tangle, General elections are coming soon.

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Guatemala: the Show Must Go On

There’s a breeze spreading all over Guatemala, the breeze of change. Jimmy Morales, the cherry on top of a beautiful, fresh baked story of democracy.

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