Born in Italy in 1960, Enrico Dagnino currently lives in Paris. News photographer, his archives and his reportages are distributed and exhibited around the world. His debut as a photojournalist occurred during the end of the eighties, around the time of the fall of the Berlin wall and the Velvet Revolution in Praha. He then covered the uprising in Romania, followed by the coverage of the outbreak of the civil war in Kosovo and the conflicts in the Former Yugoslavia. For several years he covered the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, as well as the war opposing Russia to Chechnya. He depicted the civil wars of Yemen, Somalia, Nagorno-Karabakh and Rwandan refugee crisis, and Kabila's offensive in the Democratic Republic of Congo, as well as the invasion, by the American forces and their allies, of Afghanistan in 2001 and of Iraq in 2003. In 2011 he covered Libya, first in Tripoli for Paris Match and then on the front of Sirt for Le Monde.