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2017 Award winners
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World Press Photo award winners
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February 13, 2017
Usain Bolt of Jamaica smiles as he looks back at his competition, whilst winning the 100-meter semi-final...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
World Press Photo Awards 2017 - Sports - Third Prize, Singles - Kai Oliver Pfaffenbach, Thomson Reuters...
Usain Bolt of Jamaica smiles as he looks back at his competition, whilst winning the 100-meter semi-final sprint, at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Bolt is regarded as the fastest human ever timed. He is the first person to hold both the 100-meter and 200-meter world records since fully automatic time became mandatory. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
PHOTOGRAPHY-PRIZE/
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February 13, 2017
Lone activist Ieshia Evans stands her ground while offering her hands for arrest as she is charged by...
Baton Rouge, UNITED STATES
World Press Photo Awards 2017 - Jonathan Bachman, Thomson Reuters - Taking A Stand In Baton Rouge
Lone activist Ieshia Evans stands her ground while offering her hands for arrest as she is charged by riot police during a protest against police brutality outside the Baton Rouge Police Department in Louisiana, USA, 9 July 2016. Evans, a 28-year-old Pennsylvania nurse and mother of one, traveled to Baton Rouge to protest against the shooting of Alton Sterling. Sterling was a 37-year-old black man and father of five, who was shot at close range by two white police officers. The shooting, captured on a multitude of cell phone videos, aggravated the unrest coursing through the United States in previous years over the use of excessive force by police, particularly against black men. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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2014 World Press Photo
12 PICTURES
YEMEN/
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June 30, 2012
A woman looks at a photo during Spanish photographer Samuel Aranda's photo exhibition in Sanaa June 30,...
Sanaa, Yemen
A woman looks at a photo during Spanish photographer Samuel Aranda's photo exhibition in Sanaa
A woman looks at a photo during Spanish photographer Samuel Aranda's photo exhibition in Sanaa June 30, 2012. Aranda, winner of a World Press Photo of the Year award for 2012, was awarded the prize for a picture taken in Yemen. The exhibition depicts the situation of refugees in Yemen. REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi (YEMEN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
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June 30, 2012
Spanish photographer Samuel Aranda (L), winner of a World Press Photo of the Year award for 2012, speaks...
Sanaa, Yemen
Spanish photographer Samuel Aranda, winner of a World Press Photo of the Year award for 2012, speaks...
Spanish photographer Samuel Aranda (L), winner of a World Press Photo of the Year award for 2012, speaks during the inauguration of his photo exhibition in Sanaa June 30, 2012. Aranda was awarded the prize for a picture taken in Yemen. The exhibition depicts the situation of refugees in Yemen. REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi (YEMEN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
SPAIN/
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March 07, 2012
The two Spanish winners of the World Press Photo of the Year, Samuel Aranda (L) for 2011 and Manuel Perez...
Barcelona, Spain
The two Spanish winners of the World Press Photo of the Year, Aranda and Barriopedro, pose with their...
The two Spanish winners of the World Press Photo of the Year, Samuel Aranda (L) for 2011 and Manuel Perez Barriopedro for 1981, pose with their winning photos after an interview at the College of Journalists of Catalonia in Barcelona March 7, 2012. Aranda is the second Spanish photojournalist to win the award after Barriopedro. REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino (SPAIN - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY)
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March 07, 2012
The two Spanish winners of the World Press Photo of the Year, Samuel Aranda (L) for 2011 and Manuel Perez...
Barcelona, Spain
The two Spanish winners of the World Press Photo of the Year, Aranda and Barriopedro, pose with their...
The two Spanish winners of the World Press Photo of the Year, Samuel Aranda (L) for 2011 and Manuel Perez Barriopedro for 1981, pose with their winning photos after an interview at the College of Journalists of Catalonia in Barcelona March 7, 2012. Aranda is the second Spanish photojournalist to win the award after Barriopedro. REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino (SPAIN - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY)
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March 07, 2012
The two Spanish winners of the World Press Photo of the Year, Samuel Aranda (L) for 2011 and Manuel Perez...
Barcelona, Spain
The two Spanish winners of the World Press Photo of the Year, Aranda and Barriopedro, pose with their...
The two Spanish winners of the World Press Photo of the Year, Samuel Aranda (L) for 2011 and Manuel Perez Barriopedro for 1981, pose with their winning photos after an interview at the College of Journalists of Catalonia in Barcelona March 7, 2012. Aranda is the second Spanish photojournalist to win the award after Barriopedro. REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY MEDIA)
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2011 Award Winners
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World Press Photo 2011 Winners
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World Press Photo Awards - All
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World Press Photo Awards 2009
14 PICTURES
GREECE-SHOOTING/
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December 09, 2008
A man's hand drips blood as he stands in front of riot policemen during a demonstration in Athens December...
Athens, Greece
A man's hand drips blood as he stands in front of riot policemen during a demonstration in Athens
A man's hand drips blood as he stands in front of riot policemen during a demonstration in Athens December 9, 2008. Hundreds of protesters threw stones and bottles at lines of riot police outside the Greek parliament on Tuesday, in a fourth day of anti-government clashes triggered by police killing a teenager. REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE)
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August 08, 2008
A Georgian man cries as he holds the body of his relative after a bombardment in Gori, 80 km (50 miles)...
GORY, Georgia
A Georgian man cries as he holds the body of his relative after a bombardment in Gori
A Georgian man cries as he holds the body of his relative after a bombardment in Gori, 80 km (50 miles) from Tbilisi, August 9, 2008. A Russian warplane dropped a bomb on an apartment block in Gori on Saturday, killing at least 5 people, a Reuters reporter said. The bomb hit the five-story building close to Georgia's embattled breakaway province of South Ossetia when Russian warplanes carried out a raid against military targets around the town. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (GEORGIA) FOR BEST QUALITY also see: GF2E4CE0T8K01
QUAKE/
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May 14, 2008
A child is buried under the rubble at the earthquake-hit Beichuan County, Sichuan Province, May 13, 2008....
BEICHUAN, China
A child is buried under the rubble at the earthquake-hit Beichuan County
A child is buried under the rubble at the earthquake-hit Beichuan County, Sichuan Province, May 13, 2008. China poured more troops into the earthquake-ravaged province of Sichuan on Wednesday to speed up the search for survivors as time ran out for thousands of people buried under rubble and mud. Picture taken May 13, 2008. REUTERS/Bo Bor (CHINA)
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May 14, 2008
A survivor stretches his hand out from the debris of a collapsed building at the earthquake-hit Beichuan...
BEICHUAN, China
A survivor stretches his hand out from the debris of a collapsed building at the earthquake-hit Beichuan...
A survivor stretches his hand out from the debris of a collapsed building at the earthquake-hit Beichuan County, about 160 km (99 miles) northeast of the epicenter of Wenchuan County, Sichuan Province, May 13, 2008. China poured more troops into the earthquake-ravaged province of Sichuan on Wednesday to quicken a search for survivors as time ran out for thousands of people still buried under rubble and mud. Picture taken May 13, 2008. REUTERS/Bo Bor (CHINA)
QUAKE/
RTX5O5W
May 14, 2008
Soldiers carry the body of a victim out from a collapsed building at the earthquake-hit Beichuan County,...
BEICHUAN, China
Soldiers carry the body of a victim out from a collapsed building at the earthquake-hit Beichuan County...
Soldiers carry the body of a victim out from a collapsed building at the earthquake-hit Beichuan County, about 160 kilometers northeast of the epicenter of Wenchuan County, Sichuan Province, May 13, 2008. China poured more troops into the earthquake-ravaged province of Sichuan on Wednesday to quicken a search for survivors as time ran out for thousands of people still buried under rubble and mud. Picture taken May 13, 2008. REUTERS/Bo Bor (CHINA)
QUAKE/
RTX5O5D
May 14, 2008
Soldiers carry a wounded person out from a collapsed building at the earthquake-hit Beichuan County,...
BEICHUAN, China
Soldiers carry a wounded person out from a collapsed building at the earthquake-hit Beichuan County
Soldiers carry a wounded person out from a collapsed building at the earthquake-hit Beichuan County, about 160 kilometers northeast of the epicenter of Wenchuan County, Sichuan Province, May 13, 2008. China poured more troops into the earthquake-ravaged province of Sichuan on Wednesday to quicken a search for survivors as time ran out for thousands of people still buried under rubble and mud. Picture taken May 13, 2008. REUTERS/Bo Bor (CHINA) also see: GF2E49B0IU901
QUAKE/
RTX5O50
May 14, 2008
Soldiers carry a wounded child at the earthquake-hit Beichuan County, about 160 kilometers northeast...
BEICHUAN, China
Soldiers carry a wounded child at the earthquake-hit Beichuan County
Soldiers carry a wounded child at the earthquake-hit Beichuan County, about 160 kilometers northeast of the epicenter of Wenchuan County, Sichuan Province, May 13, 2008. China poured more troops into the earthquake-ravaged province of Sichuan on Wednesday to quicken a search for survivors as time ran out for thousands of people still buried under rubble and mud. Picture taken May 13, 2008. REUTERS/Bo Bor (CHINA)
QUAKE/
RTX5O3B
May 14, 2008
Injured victims from the earthquake on Monday sit on the rubble in Beichuan, Sichuan province May 13,...
BEICHUAN, China
Injured victims from the earthquake on Monday sit on the rubble in Beichuan
Injured victims from the earthquake on Monday sit on the rubble in Beichuan, Sichuan province May 13, 2008. China poured more troops into the earthquake-ravaged province of Sichuan on Wednesday to quicken a search for survivors as time ran out for thousands of people still buried under rubble and mud. Picture taken May 13, 2008. REUTERS/Bo Bor (CHINA)
QUAKE/
RTX5O38
May 14, 2008
Injured victims sit on the rubble after an earthquake on Monday in Beichuan, Sichuan province May 13,...
BEICHUAN, China
Injured victims sit on the rubble after an earthquake in Beichuan
Injured victims sit on the rubble after an earthquake on Monday in Beichuan, Sichuan province May 13, 2008. China poured more troops into the earthquake-ravaged province of Sichuan on Wednesday to quicken a search for survivors as time ran out for thousands of people still buried under rubble and mud. Picture taken May 13, 2008. REUTERS/Bo Bor (CHINA)
QUAKE/
RTX5NZW
May 14, 2008
A soldier carries a wounded child as she is rescued after an earthquake in Beichuan, Sichuan province...
BEICHUAN, China
A soldier carries a wounded child as she is rescued after an earthquake in Beichuan
A soldier carries a wounded child as she is rescued after an earthquake in Beichuan, Sichuan province May 13, 2008. China poured more troops into the earthquake-ravaged province of Sichuan on Wednesday to quicken a search for survivors as time ran out for thousands of people still buried under rubble and mud. Picture taken May 13, 2008. REUTERS/Bo Bor (CHINA)
QUAKE/
RTX5NZH
May 14, 2008
Soldiers carrying a survivor walk from the rubble after an earthquake in Beichuan, Sichuan province May...
BEICHUAN, China
Soldiers carrying a survivor walk from the rubble after an earthquake in Beichuan
Soldiers carrying a survivor walk from the rubble after an earthquake in Beichuan, Sichuan province May 13, 2008. China poured more troops into the earthquake-ravaged province of Sichuan on Wednesday to quicken a search for survivors as time ran out for thousands of people still buried under rubble and mud. Picture taken May 13, 2008. REUTERS/Bo Bor (CHINA)
QUAKE/
RTX5NZ0
May 14, 2008
Soldiers rescue a child from the rubble after an earthquake in Beichuan, Sichuan province May 13, 2008....
BEICHUAN, China
Soldiers rescue a child from the rubble after an earthquake in Beichuan,
Soldiers rescue a child from the rubble after an earthquake in Beichuan, Sichuan province May 13, 2008. Picture taken May 13, 2008. China poured more troops into the earthquake-ravaged province of Sichuan on Wednesday to quicken a search for survivors as time ran out for thousands of people still buried under rubble and mud. REUTERS/Bo Bor (CHINA)
NIGERIA-EXPLOSION/
RTR1KOU2
December 26, 2006
A man rinses soot from his face at the scene of a gas pipeline explosion near Nigeria's commercial capital...
Lagos, Nigeria
A man rinses soot from his face at the scene of a gas pipeline explosion near Nigeria's commercial capital...
A man rinses soot from his face at the scene of a gas pipeline explosion near Nigeria's commercial capital Lagos December 26, 2006. Up to 500 people were burned alive on Tuesday when fuel from a vandalised pipeline exploded in Nigeria's largest city, Lagos, emergency workers said. Hundreds of residents of the Abule Egba district went to scoop fuel using plastic containers after thieves punctured the underground pipeline overnight to siphon fuel into a road tanker, locals said. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye (NIGERIA)
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Entertainment
Entertainment
Michael Jackson Arrives for World Music Awards in London - 15 Nov 2006
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October 13, 2006
Romania's Dorin Razvan Selariu (R) competes in the rings event as Switzerland's Niki Boeschenstein competes...
Aarhus, Denmark
Romania's Dorin Razvan Selariu competes in the rings event as Switzerland's Niki Boeschenstein competes...
Romania's Dorin Razvan Selariu (R) competes in the rings event as Switzerland's Niki Boeschenstein competes in the floor event during the Artistic Gymnastics World Championships in Aarhus, Denmark October 14, 2006. REUTERS/Max Rossi (DENMARK) also see GF2DUUZMLXAA
O'REILLY
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April 24, 2006
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly takes pictures of his fellow photographer getting his award during...
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly takes pictures of his fellow photographer getting his award du.....
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly takes pictures of his fellow photographer getting his award during the award ceremony at the World Press Photo exhibition in the Oude Kerk in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, April 23, 2006.
O REILLY
RTXO879
February 10, 2006
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly shows his 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award winning image...
New York, USA
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly shows his 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award winning ima.....
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly shows his 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award winning image at the Reuters offices in New York, February 10, 2006. O'Reilly's picture, taken in Tahoua, northwestern Niger, on August 1, 2005 shows the emaciated fingers of a one-year old child pressed against the lips of his mother. The picture was chosen from 83,044 images entered by 4,448 professional photographers from 122 countries.
O REILLY
RTXO878
February 10, 2006
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly, winner of the 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award, poses...
New York, USA
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly, winner of the 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award, poses.....
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly, winner of the 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award, poses in New York, February 9, 2006. The winning picture by O'Reilly was taken in Tahoua, northwestern Niger, on August, 1 2005 which shows the emaciated fingers of a one-year old child pressed against the lips of his mother. The picture was chosen from 83,044 images entered by 4,448 professional photographers, 182 more than in 2004, from 122 countries.
O REILLY
RTXO877
February 10, 2006
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly, winner of the 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award, poses...
New York, USA
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly, winner of the 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award, poses.....
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly, winner of the 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award, poses in New York, February 9, 2006. The winning picture by O'Reilly was taken in Tahoua, northwestern Niger, on August, 1 2005 which shows the emaciated fingers of a one-year old child pressed against the lips of his mother. The picture was chosen from 83,044 images entered by 4,448 professional photographers, 182 more than in 2004, from 122 countries.
O REILLY
RTXO876
February 10, 2006
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly, winner of the 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award, smiles...
New York, USA
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly, winner of the 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award, smile.....
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly, winner of the 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award, smiles in New York, February 9, 2006. The winning picture by O'Reilly was taken in Tahoua, northwestern Niger, on August, 1 2005 which shows the emaciated fingers of a one-year old child pressed against the lips of his mother. The picture was chosen from 83,044 images entered by 4,448 professional photographers, 182 more than in 2004, from 122 countries.
REUTERS WORLDPRESS
RTR1AMTM
February 10, 2006
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly shows his 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award winning image...
New York, UNITED STATES
Finbarr O'Reilly shows his 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award winning image at the Reuters offices...
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly shows his 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award winning image at the Reuters offices in New York, February 10, 2006. O'Reilly's picture, taken in Tahoua, northwestern Niger, on August 1, 2005 shows the emaciated fingers of a one-year old child pressed against the lips of his mother. The picture was chosen from 83,044 images entered by 4,448 professional photographers from 122 countries. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
MEDIA PHOTO AWARD
RTR162TE
February 10, 2006
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly poses on Long Beach, Vancouver Island, February 5, 2006. O'Reilly...
Long Beach, Canada
Finbarr O'Reilly poses on Long Beach, Vancouver Island
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly poses on Long Beach, Vancouver Island, February 5, 2006. O'Reilly won the 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award winning image. O'Reilly's picture, taken in Tahoua, northwestern Niger, on August 1, 2005 shows the emaciated fingers of a one-year old child pressed against the lips of his mother. The picture was chosen from 83,044 images entered by 4,448 professional photographers from 122 countries. Picture taken February 5, 2006. REUTERS/Jeffrey Gilliard
MEDIA PHOTO AWARD
RTR162TD
February 10, 2006
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly poses on Long Beach, Vancouver Island, February 5, 2006. O'Reilly...
Long Beach, Canada
Finbarr O'Reilly poses on Long Beach, Vancouver Island
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly poses on Long Beach, Vancouver Island, February 5, 2006. O'Reilly won the 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award winning image. O'Reilly's picture, taken in Tahoua, northwestern Niger, on August 1, 2005 shows the emaciated fingers of a one-year old child pressed against the lips of his mother. The picture was chosen from 83,044 images entered by 4,448 professional photographers from 122 countries. Picture taken February 5, 2006. REUTERS/Jeffrey Gilliard
MEDIA PHOTO AWARD
RTR162TC
February 10, 2006
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly poses on Long Beach, Vancouver Island, February 5, 2006. O'Reilly...
Long Beach, Canada
Finbarr O'Reilly poses on Long Beach, Vancouver Island
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly poses on Long Beach, Vancouver Island, February 5, 2006. O'Reilly won the 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award winning image. O'Reilly's picture, taken in Tahoua, northwestern Niger, on August 1, 2005 shows the emaciated fingers of a one-year old child pressed against the lips of his mother. The picture was chosen from 83,044 images entered by 4,448 professional photographers from 122 countries. Picture taken February 5, 2006. REUTERS/Jeffrey Gilliard
REUTERS WORLDPRESS
RTR162RR
February 10, 2006
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly shows his 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award winning image...
New York, UNITED STATES
Finbarr O'Reilly shows his 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award winning image at the Reuters offices...
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly shows his 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award winning image at the Reuters offices in New York, February 10, 2006. O'Reilly's picture, taken in Tahoua, northwestern Niger, on August 1, 2005 shows the emaciated fingers of a one-year old child pressed against the lips of his mother. The picture was chosen from 83,044 images entered by 4,448 professional photographers from 122 countries. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
MEDIA PHOTO AWARD
RTR162EE
February 10, 2006
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Rielly, winner of the 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award, poses...
New York, UNITED STATES
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Rielly poses in New York
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Rielly, winner of the 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award, poses in New York, February 9, 2006. The winning picture by O'Reilly was taken in Tahoua, northwestern Niger, on August, 1 2005 which shows the emaciated fingers of a one-year old child pressed against the lips of his mother. The picture was chosen from 83,044 images entered by 4,448 professional photographers -- 182 more than in 2004 -- from 122 countries. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
MEDIA PHOTO AWARD
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February 10, 2006
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Rielly, winner of the 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award, smiles...
New York, UNITED STATES
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Rielly smiles in New York
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Rielly, winner of the 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award, smiles in New York, February 9, 2006. The winning picture by O'Reilly was taken in Tahoua, northwestern Niger, on August, 1 2005 which shows the emaciated fingers of a one-year old child pressed against the lips of his mother. The picture was chosen from 83,044 images entered by 4,448 professional photographers -- 182 more than in 2004 -- from 122 countries. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
MEDIA PHOTO AWARD
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February 09, 2006
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Rielly, winner of the 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award, poses...
New York, UNITED STATES
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Rielly poses in New York
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Rielly, winner of the 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award, poses in New York, February 9, 2006. The winning picture by O'Reilly was taken in Tahoua, northwestern Niger, on August, 1 2005 which shows the emaciated fingers of a one-year old child pressed against the lips of his mother. The picture was chosen from 83,044 images entered by 4,448 professional photographers -- 182 more than in 2004 -- from 122 countries. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
MEDIA PHOTO AWARD
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February 09, 2006
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Rielly, winner of the 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award, smiles...
New York, UNITED STATES
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Rielly smiles in New York
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Rielly, winner of the 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award, smiles in New York, February 9, 2006. The winning picture by O'Reilly was taken in Tahoua, northwestern Niger, on August, 1 2005 which shows the emaciated fingers of a one-year old child pressed against the lips of his mother. The picture was chosen from 83,044 images entered by 4,448 professional photographers -- 182 more than in 2004 -- from 122 countries. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
MEDIA PHOTO AWARD
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February 09, 2006
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Rielly, winner of the 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award, speaks...
New York, UNITED STATES
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Rielly speaks on telephone in New York
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Rielly, winner of the 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award, speaks on a telephone in New York, February 9, 2006. The winning picture by O'Reilly was taken in Tahoua, northwestern Niger, on August, 1 2005 which shows the emaciated fingers of a one-year old child pressed against the lips of his mother. The picture was chosen from 83,044 images entered by 4,448 professional photographers -- 182 more than in 2004 -- from 122 countries. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
MEDIA PHOTO AWARD
RTR1ANNN
February 05, 2006
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly poses on Long Beach, Vancouver Island, February 5, 2006. O'Reilly...
Long Beach, Canada
Finbarr O'Reilly poses on Long Beach, Vancouver Island
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly poses on Long Beach, Vancouver Island, February 5, 2006. O'Reilly won the 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award winning image. O'Reilly's picture, taken in Tahoua, northwestern Niger, on August 1, 2005 shows the emaciated fingers of a one-year old child pressed against the lips of his mother. The picture was chosen from 83,044 images entered by 4,448 professional photographers from 122 countries. Picture taken February 5, 2006. REUTERS/Jeffrey Gilliard
MEDIA PHOTO AWARD
RTR1ANHR
February 05, 2006
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly poses on Long Beach, Vancouver Island, February 5, 2006. O'Reilly...
Long Beach, Canada
Finbarr O'Reilly poses on Long Beach, Vancouver Island
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly poses on Long Beach, Vancouver Island, February 5, 2006. O'Reilly won the 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award winning image. O'Reilly's picture, taken in Tahoua, northwestern Niger, on August 1, 2005 shows the emaciated fingers of a one-year old child pressed against the lips of his mother. The picture was chosen from 83,044 images entered by 4,448 professional photographers from 122 countries. Picture taken February 5, 2006. REUTERS/Jeffrey Gilliard
MEDIA PHOTO AWARD
RTR1ANHL
February 05, 2006
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly poses on Long Beach, Vancouver Island, February 5, 2006. O'Reilly...
Long Beach, Canada
Finbarr O'Reilly poses on Long Beach, Vancouver Island
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly poses on Long Beach, Vancouver Island, February 5, 2006. O'Reilly won the 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award winning image. O'Reilly's picture, taken in Tahoua, northwestern Niger, on August 1, 2005 shows the emaciated fingers of a one-year old child pressed against the lips of his mother. The picture was chosen from 83,044 images entered by 4,448 professional photographers from 122 countries. Picture taken February 5, 2006. REUTERS/Jeffrey Gilliard
NIGER RAIN
RTRJAUF
July 31, 2005
The fingers of malnourished one-year-old Alassa Galisou are pressed against the lips of his mother Fatou...
Tahoua, Niger
Woman brings child to emergency feeding centre in Niger.
The fingers of malnourished one-year-old Alassa Galisou are pressed against the lips of his mother Fatou Ousseini at an emergency feeding clinic in the town of Tahoua in northwestern Niger, August 1, 2005. Torrential rain promising a better harvest in Niger threatens to slow aid deliveries to many of the millions of hungry people in desperate need of help before their crops ripen, aid workers said on Monday. One of Niger's worst droughts in living memory destroyed much of last October's crop, leaving an estimated 3.6 million people short of food, including tens of thousands of starving children who could die without urgent assistance. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly Pictures of the month August 2005 Pictures of the Year 2005 FOR/DY Also see image GF1DUWMZDMAA
INDIA
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April 24, 2005
Winning picture of the World Press Photo 2004 contest taken by Reuters photographer Arko Datta shows...
Cuddalore, India
Winning picture of the World Press Photo 2004 contest taken by Reuters photographer Arko Datta shows...
Winning picture of the World Press Photo 2004 contest taken by Reuters photographer Arko Datta shows an Indian woman mourning the death of a relative who was killed in the Asian tsunami catastrophe. Arko Datta, Reuters photographer based in India, who won the premier award in the World Press Photo 2004 contest with this picture of an Indian woman mourning the death of a relative who was killed in the Asian tsunami catastrophe, collected his award at a ceremony in Amsterdam, April 24, 2005.The prestigious competition is the world's largest annual press photography contest. World Press Photo jury chairman Diego Goldberg described the winning image as "a true spot news picture with a strong photographer's point of view." The picture was taken in Cuddalore, Tamil Nadu, on December 28, 2004. REUTERS/Arko Data/Files
AMSTERDAM
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April 24, 2005
Reuters photographer Arko Datta (R) receives the Golden Eye Award for the World Press Photo of the year...
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Reuters photographer Arko Datta receives World Press Photo of the year 2004 award in Amsterdam.
Reuters photographer Arko Datta (R) receives the Golden Eye Award for the World Press Photo of the year 2004 from Dr. Job Cohen, Mayor of the city of Amsterdam during the award ceremony at Oude Kerk church in Amsterdam April 24, 2005. The winning picture shows an Indian woman mourning the death of a relative who was killed in the Asian tsunami catastrophe. The picture was taken in Cuddalore, Tamil Nadu, on 28 December 2004. This year the World Press Photo contest broke two records: the number of photographers and the number of photographs entered. 4,266 professional photographers from 123 countries entered 69,190 images in the most prestigious annual international competition in press photography. REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski PK/JV
AMSTERDAM
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April 24, 2005
Reuters photographer Arko Datta (R) receives the Golden Eye Award for the World Press Photo of the year...
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Reuters photographer Arko Datta receives World Press Photo of the year 2004 in Amsterdam.
Reuters photographer Arko Datta (R) receives the Golden Eye Award for the World Press Photo of the year 2004 from Dr. Job Cohen, Mayor of the city of Amsterdam during award ceremony at Oude Kerk church in Amsterdam April 24, 2005. The winning picture shows an Indian woman mourning the death of a relative who was killed in the Asian tsunami catastrophe. The picture was taken in Cuddalore, Tamil Nadu, on December 28, 2004. This year the World Press Photo contest broke two records: the number of photographers and the number of photographs entered. 4,266 professional photographers from 123 countries entered 69,190 images in the most prestigious annual international competition in press photography. REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski PK/TC/JV
LEBANON BLAST
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February 14, 2005
A Lebanese man shouts for help for a wounded man near the site of a car bomb explosion in Beirut February...
Beirut, Lebanon
A Lebanese man shouts for help for a wounded man near the site of a car bomb explosion in Beirut.
A Lebanese man shouts for help for a wounded man near the site of a car bomb explosion in Beirut February 14, 2005. A massive car bomb killed Lebanon's former prime minister Rafik al-Hariri on Beirut's waterfront on Tuesday, witnesses and security sources said. At least eight others, some of them his bodyguards, also died. Pictures of the month February 2005 REUTERS/ Mohamed Azakir PP05070289 Pictures of the Year 2005 JS/acm
INDIA
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February 12, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 28DEC04 - Winning picture of the World Press Photo 2004 contest taken by Reuters photographer...
Cuddalore, India
- PHOTO TAKEN 28DEC04 - Winning picture of the World Press Photo 2004 contest taken by Reuters photo.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 28DEC04 - Winning picture of the World Press Photo 2004 contest taken by Reuters photographer Arko Datta. Arko Datta, Reuters photographer based in India, has won the premier award in the World Press Photo 2004 contest, announced February 11, 2005, with this picture of an Indian woman mourning the death of a relative who was killed in the Asian tsunami catastrophe. The prestigious competition is the world's largest annual press photography contest. [World Press Photo jury chairman Diego Goldberg described the winning image as 'a true spot news picture with a strong photographer's point of view.' The picture was taken in Cuddalore, Tamil Nadu, on December 28, 2004.]
DATTA
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February 11, 2005
File photograph taken in 2004 shows Reuters Indian photographer Arko Datta who won the coveted 2004...
Bombay, India
File photograph taken in 2004 shows Reuters Indian photographer Arko Datta who won the coveted 2004.....
File photograph taken in 2004 shows Reuters Indian photographer Arko Datta who won the coveted 2004 World Press Photo of the Year award February 11, 2005 with a picture of an Indian woman mourning a relative killed in the Asian tsunami. [The picture, taken in Tamil Nadu on Dec. 28, 2004 shows a woman crouched on sandy ground, her mouth open in a wail and her palms turned to the sky, the arm of a tsunami victim visible in the corner of the shot.
"In a good picture you can hear the roar of nature and the silence of grief," jury chairman Diego Goldberg, an Argentine photographer, told a news conference to announce the winners. Goldberg said the 13-member jury had been unanimous in itschoice of Datta's image for the top prize.] ??? USE ONLY
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February 11, 2005
File photograph of Reuters Indian photographer Arko Datta who won the 2004 World Press Photo of the Year...
Bombay, India
File photograph of Reuters Indian photographer Arko Datta who won the 2004 World Press Photo of the ......
File photograph of Reuters Indian photographer Arko Datta who won the 2004 World Press Photo of the Year award. File photograph taken in 2004 shows Reuters Indian photographer Arko Datta who won the coveted 2004 World Press Photo of the Year award February 11, 2005 with a picture of an Indian woman mourning a relative killed in the Asian tsunami.The picture, taken in Tamil Nadu on Dec. 28, 2004 shows a woman crouched on sandy ground, her mouth open in a wail and her palms turned to the sky, the arm of a tsunami victim visible in the corner of the shot. "In a good picture you can hear the roar of nature and the silence of grief," jury chairman Diego Goldberg, an Argentine
WORLD PRESS
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February 11, 2005
Juan Medina, Reuters photographer based in Argentina, has won third place in the Spot News Singles catagory...
Fuerteventura, Spain
Third placed picture in the World Press Photo 2004 contest taken by Reuters photographer Juan Medina....
Juan Medina, Reuters photographer based in Argentina, has won third place in the Spot News Singles catagory at the World Press Photo 2004 contest announced February 11, 2005 with this picture of African would-be immigrants being rescued off the Canary Islands. The prestigious competition is the world's largest annual press photography contest. The photo was taken at sea off the coast of Fuerteventura November 12, 2004. REUTERS/Juan Medina AA
HAITI
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February 11, 2005
Honorable mention picture in the World Press Photo 2004 contest taken by Reuters photographer Daniel...
Petit Goave, Haiti - Republic of
Honorable mention picture in the World Press Photo 2004 contest taken by Reuters photographer Daniel...
Honorable mention picture in the World Press Photo 2004 contest taken by Reuters photographer Daniel Aguilar. Daniel Aguilar, Reuters photographer based in Mexico, has received an honorable mention in Spot News Singles catergory at the World Press Photo 2004 contest, announced February 11, 2005, with this picture of a suspected of assassin for exiled Hatian president Jean Bertrand Aristide's Lavalas party being held in a car. The prestigious competition is the world's largest annual press photography contest. The photo was taken in Petit Goave, Haiti March 3, 2004. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
WORLD PRESS
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February 11, 2005
Second placed picture in the World Press Photo 2004 contest taken by Reuters photographer Paul Vreeker....
Rotterdam, Netherlands
Second placed picture in the World Press Photo 2004 contest taken by Reuters photographer Paul ...
Second placed picture in the World Press Photo 2004 contest taken by Reuters photographer Paul Vreeker. Paul Vreeker, Reuters photographer based in the Netherlands, has won second place in the People In The News Singles catagory at the World Press Photo 2004 contest announced February 11, 2005 with this picture of an Iranian immigrant protesting against proposed Dutch asylum laws. The prestigious competition is the world's largest annual press photography contest. The photo was taken in Zaandijk, the Netherlands, February 11, 2004. REUTERS/Paul Vreeker
WORLDPRESS/
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February 11, 2005
Arko Datta, Reuters photographer based in India, has won the premier award in the World Press Photo 2004...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
Winning picture of the World Press Photo 2004 contest taken by Reuters photographer Arko Datta.
Arko Datta, Reuters photographer based in India, has won the premier award in the World Press Photo 2004 contest, announced February 11, 2005, with this picture of an Indian woman mourning the death of a relative who was killed in the Asian tsunami catastrophe. The prestigious competition is the world's largest annual press photography contest. World Press Photo jury chairman Diego Goldberg described the winning image as "a true spot news picture with a strong photographer's point of view." The picture was taken in Cuddalore, Tamil Nadu, on December 28, 2004. REUTERS/Arko Datta PP05080084 JFL/AA
QUAKE INDIA
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December 28, 2004
An Indian woman mourns the death of her relative (R) who was killed in tsunami on Sunday in Cuddalore,...
India
Indian woman mourns death of her relative killed in tsunami in Cuddalore - World Press Photo of the Year...
An Indian woman mourns the death of her relative (R) who was killed in tsunami on Sunday in Cuddalore, some 180 km (112 miles) south of the southern Indian city of Madras December 28, 2004. REUTERS/Arko Datta Pictures of the Month December 2004 Pictures of the Year 2004 AD/SH Year End Pictures 2004 World Press Photo of the Year 2004
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