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  • Feature Photography Winner: Photography Staff of Reuters

    Reuters photography staff won 'Best Feature Photography' for their shocking photographs that exposed the world to the violence Rohingya refugees faced in fleeing Myanmar. <br><br> Mohammed Taher, 50, a Rohingya refugee holds his son Mohammed Shoaib, 7, who was shot on his chest before crossing the border from Myanmar in August, as they sit outside a medical centre after seeing a doctor, at Kutupalong refugee camp near Coxas Bazar, Bangladesh Nov. 5, 2017.
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  • Breaking News Photography Winner: Ryan Kelly

    Ryan M. Kelly won 'Breaking News Photography' for a chilling image that reflected the photographer’s reflexes and concentration in capturing the moment of impact of a car attack during a racially charged protest in Charlottesville, Va. <br><br> Ryan Kelly captured the moment when a car crashed into a crowd of protesters, killing Heather Heyer, 32, and injuring 19 others. The driver, James Alex Fields Jr., 20, of Ohio, has been charged with second-degree murder.
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  • Feature Photography Winner: Photography Staff of Reuters

    Rohingya refugees are reflected in rain water along an embankment next to paddy fields after fleeing from Myanmar into Palang Khali, near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, Nov. 2, 2017.
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  • Breaking News Photography Finalist

    Iraqi soldiers rescue a young boy from the killing zone of Mosul's Old City, on July 12, 2017. The boy had been used as a human shield by a suspected Islamic State fighter, soldiers said. <br><br> Ivor Prickett was a finalist for heartbreaking and frightening images that brought a fresh approach to classic war photography and gave an intimate view of the impact on shell-shocked survivors of what ISIS left behind in Mosul and Raqqa.
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  • Feature Photography Finalist

    A Rohingya refugee boy desperate for aid cries as he climbs on a truck distributing food for a local NGO near the Balukhali refugee camp on Sept. 20, 2017 in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. <br><br> Kevin Frayer was a finalist for profoundly moving and historic pictures that portrayed Rohingya Muslims with dignity and grace as they fled ethnic cleansing in Myanmar.
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  • Feature Photography Finalist

    A Rohingya refugee woman is helped from a boat as she arrives exhausted on the Bangladesh side of the Naf River at Shah Porir Dwip after fleeing her village in Myanmar, Oct. 1, 2017 in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. <br><br> Kevin Frayer was a finalist for profoundly moving and historic pictures that portrayed Rohingya Muslims with dignity and grace as they fled ethnic cleansing in Myanmar.
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  • Breaking News Photography Finalist

    Civilians, exhausted, hungry and thirsty, line up for food and water in the Mamun neighborhood of Mosul, on March 15, 2017. <br><br> Ivor Prickett was a finalist for heartbreaking and frightening images that brought a fresh approach to classic war photography and gave an intimate view of the impact on shell-shocked survivors of what ISIS left behind in Mosul and Raqqa.
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  • Breaking News Photography Finalist

    A mother screams for her dead son -- his blood streaked across the stairs, his tattered scarf left behind -- after an Islamic State mortar attack, in western Mosul on March 22, 2017. <br><br> Ivor Prickett was a finalist for heartbreaking and frightening images that brought a fresh approach to classic war photography and gave an intimate view of the impact on shell-shocked survivors of what ISIS left behind in Mosul and Raqqa.
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  • Feature Photography Finalist

    Rohingya refugees Minara Hassan,right, and her husband Ekramul lay exhausted on the ground on the Bangladesh side of the Naf River after fleeing their home in Maungdaw, Myanmar, Oct. 2, 2017 and arriving by land in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. <br><br> Kevin Frayer was a finalist for profoundly moving and historic pictures that portrayed Rohingya Muslims with dignity and grace as they fled ethnic cleansing in Myanmar.
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  • Feature Photography Finalist

    Malnourished and suffering from diarrhea, two Rohingya refugee children cry on the floor of a makeshift shelter at the Balukali refugee camp on Sept. 27, 2017 in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. <br><br> Kevin Frayer was a finalist for profoundly moving and historic pictures that portrayed Rohingya Muslims with dignity and grace as they fled ethnic cleansing in Myanmar.
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  • Feature Photography Finalist

    Rowan Windham entertains himself in Seattle's Hotel Deca in November 2015 before a series of meetings and tests in preparation for a bone marrow transplant at Seattle Children's Hospital. <br><br> Lisa Krantz was a finalist for intimate, poetic images that captured the vibrant life of a boy born with an incurable, rare disorder, and his physical, spiritual and emotional journey.
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  • Feature Photography Finalist

    Carrie Windham comforts her son, Rowan, 9, as he sleeps in a hospital room at Methodist Children's Hospital in San Antonio Sept. 2015. <br><br> Lisa Krantz was a finalist for intimate, poetic images that captured the vibrant life of a boy born with an incurable, rare disorder, and his physical, spiritual and emotional journey.
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  • Feature Photography Finalist

    Rowan, unconscious after suffering from a grand mal seizure resulting in severe respiratory distress, waits for a CT scan in the emergency room at Methodist Children's Hospital in San Antonio on Jan. 25, 2016. The seizure occurred less than 24 hours after his baptism. <br><br> Lisa Krantz was a finalist for intimate, poetic images that captured the vibrant life of a boy born with an incurable, rare disorder, and his physical, spiritual and emotional journey.
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  • Feature Photography Finalist

    Families scavenging for food scraps from garbage bags in Caracas, Venezuela, on Feb. 10, 2017. <br><br> Meridith Kohut was a finalist for wrenching images from the streets, homes and hospitals of Venezuela, where government policies have resulted in widespread malnutrition and starvation of children.
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  • Feature Photography Finalist

    Wuendy Perez, 30, and her youngest daughter pose near their refrigerator in La Guaria, Venezuela, on June 16, 2017. A single mother with five children, Perez said that, on average, each family member goes about two days each week without eating. <br><br> Meridith Kohut was a finalist for wrenching images from the streets, homes and hospitals of Venezuela, where government policies have resulted in widespread malnutrition and starvation of children.
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  • Feature Photography Finalist

    Esteban Granadillo, an 18-day-old baby with severe malnutrition, at Dr. Agustin Zubillaga University Hospital of Pediatrics in Barquisimeto, Venezuela, on Aug. 28, 2017. <br><br> Meridith Kohut was a finalist for wrenching images from the streets, homes and hospitals of Venezuela, where government policies have resulted in widespread malnutrition and starvation of children.
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  • Feature Photography Winner: Photography Staff of Reuters

    Rohingya refugees cross the Naf River with an improvised raft to reach to Bangladesh in Teknaf, Bangladesh, Nov. 12, 2017.
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  • Feature Photography Winner: Photography Staff of Reuters

    An exhausted Rohingya refugee woman touches the shore after crossing the Bangladesh-Myanmar border by boat through the Bay of Bengal, in Shah Porir Dwip, Bangladesh, Sept. 11, 2017.
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