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The 2013 Pulitzer Prize Winners: Associated Press Coverage of Syria

The 2013 Pulitzer Prize Winners: Associated Press Coverage of Syria | Best of Photojournalism | Scoop.it

Columbia University has announced the 2013 Pulitzer Prize winners for breaking news and feature photography. A five-photographer team from the Associated Press was recognized in the Breaking News photography category for their photographic coverage of the ongoing Syrian civil war. Rodrigo AbdManu Brabo, Khalil Hamra, Muhammed Muheisen and Narciso Contreras were members of the team that contributed to the agency’s coverage of the two-year-old conflict.




Read more: http://lightbox.time.com/2013/04/15/the-2013-pulitzer-prize-winners-associated-press-coverage-of-syria/#ixzz2QZKY44FY

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Syria in Ruins

Syria in Ruins | Best of Photojournalism | Scoop.it
While much of the world's attention focuses on a possible war with North Korea, the war currently being fought in Syria grinds on. March of 2013 was a month of grim milestones in Syria.
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The Veils of Aleppo: Photographs by Franco Pagetti

The Veils of Aleppo: Photographs by Franco Pagetti | Best of Photojournalism | Scoop.it
They are a familiar sight to anyone who has been on the frontlines in the embattled Syrian city of Aleppo: striped sheets—formerly store awnings, curtains and drapes—that once blocked the harsh sunlight or a neighbor’s prying eyes, now acting as...
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Syria 2012: A collection of images

Syria 2012: A collection of images | Best of Photojournalism | Scoop.it

The Associated Press recently re-transmitted a collection of images from the Syrian conflict. It remains an incredibly dangerous situation for working journalists who document the ongoing conflict and the conditions of those living in constant danger and with constant risk. Many continue to die for their beliefs, hoping that peace will come to their country eventually. The images that follow are storytelling, intimate and worth seeing again and again.

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