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за снимки, сделанные в 2012 году. Фотографией года был признан снимок похорон двух детей в Газе, сделанный шведским фотографом Паулем Хансеном; он же занял первое место в категории «Горячие новости» для одиночных фотографий. Единственным российским призёром конкурса стал Сергей Ильницкий — его серия «Золотое касание» заняла второе место в разделе «Спорт».
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Staged PortraitsКатегория General News
General News, 1st prize stories
(репортаж), Alessio RomenziSYRIA UNDER SIEGE
08 August 2012репортаж полностью по ссылке
The civilian unrest in the Syrian Arab Republic began in March 2011 and continues to affect people, particularly in the most vulnerable segments of the population. At least 60,000 people have been killed since uprising began, according to the United Nations (UN), and the number of Syrian refugees registered by the UN in the Middle East and North Africa has surpassed half a million. The situation continues to deteriorate in villages and cities in the country, leaving people without protection, shelter, food and water and facing fear every day.Flares seek to light up Free Syrian Army positions as government forces shell the village.Al-Qusayr, Syria
A member of the Free Syrian Army takes position during an attack operation against the Syrian Army. Some 65 people were killed in the town, located 25 kilometers from Homs, during a three-month siege.Syria-Turkey border
Refugees walk through barbwire while attempting to cross the border with neighboring Turkey, one year after a revolt against President Bashar al-Assad's regime erupted.
General News, 2nd prize stories
(репортаж), Paolo PellegrinTHE CRESCENT
Rochester, NY, USA
30 August 2012репортаж полностью по ссылке
The area of Rochester, New York, USA, where these pictures were taken is part of the so-called 'Crescent', a moon-shaped area that runs across several city neighborhoods. Crime rates here are significantly higher than the rest of Rochester. The Crescent is home to 27 percent of the city's residents and 80 percent of the city's homicides. The causes of the burst of violence include the lagging upstate economy, a steady migration of residents to the suburbs, and a growing number of abandoned houses prone to become centers of drug sales and use. Rochester also has a school system that performs poorly. People inside the Crescent experience those problems in greater concentration.Several police officers search a house for an armed suspect.An intoxicated man who was harassing passersby is arrested by police.A man is arrested by police after assaulting his father with a samurai sword.A man who was stabbed during a fight is treated by medics. He refused to give the name of the assailant to the police, saying he would take care of it himself.At a street corner known as a place where drugs are sold, youths run away as a police car approaches.A family in the Crescent area.
General News, 3rd prize stories
(репортаж), Daniel BerehulakJAPAN AFTER THE WAWE
02 March 2012репортаж полностью по ссылке
One year later, areas of Japan most impacted by the earthquake and subsequent tsunami that left 15,848 dead and 3,305 missing, continue to struggle. Thousands of people remain living in temporary dwellings. The government faces an uphill battle with the need to dispose of rubble as it works to rebuild economies and livelihoods.People walk down a road in a neighborhood ravaged by the tsunami.Akira Sugawara, a 56-year-old security guard, walks through a yard where cars salvaged from the tsunami are piled, waiting for owners to claim them.Mihaya Sato, 15, cries on the shoulder of a friend at the first graduation ceremony of Shizukawa Junior High School since the earthquake and tsunami ravaged the town in Miyagi Prefecture.(front row, left) Takahiro Shito, 47, father of 11-year-old Chisato killed in the tsunami, and his fellow volunteer firefighters bow for a minute of silence at 2:46 p.m., the time of the earthquake. They gathered to pay respects to victims at the Okowa Elementary School. Teachers at the school were not trained for tsunami evacuation and did not lead children up the snow-covered mountain behind the school after the tsunami warning was sounded. Out of 108 students at the school, 74 died and four remain missing; ten of the 13 teachers were also killed.Koichi Matsumoto, 74, whose home was destroyed in the tsunami, holds his dog Jyonko as he walks through the temporary house set up for displaced residents.A family pays respects to victims of last year's tsunami at a memorial service at Okawa Elementary School, where 74 children were killed and four are still missing.Pine trees uprooted during the tsunami lay strewn over the beach.Hikari Oyama, 8, plays with bubbles following a memorial service she and her grandmother attended for victims at the Okawa Elementary School. “I thought bubbles suit children better than incense sticks,” said the girl’s grandmother. “It always makes people laugh and relax.”репортаж полностью по ссылке
General News, 1st prize singles
(одно фото), Rodrigo AbdAIDA
10 March 2012ссылкаAida cries while recovering from severe injuries she received when her house was shelled by the Syrian Army. Her husband and two children were fatally wounded during the shelling.
Аида плачет в больнице, куда попала с тяжелыми ранениями после обстрела сирийской армии, в зону которого попал ее дом. Ее муж и двое детей получили смертельные ранения.ссылка
General News, 2nd prize singles
(одно фото), Sebastiano TomadaWOUNDED BABY, ALEPPO
10 March 2012A severely wounded child awaits medical treatment by the small staff of doctors in one of the city's last standing hospitals, as President Bashar al-Assad's army steps up its military campaign to regain control of the city.ссылка
General News, 3rd prize singles
(одно фото), Dominic NahrSUDAN BORDER WARS
17 April 2012A Sudan Armed Forces soldier lies dead in a pool of oil next to a leaking oil facility. He was killed during heavy fighting with southern Sudanese SPLA troops, after they entered the northern Sudan oil town during a brief but bloody border war between the two countries.ссылка
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Ах, да... специальная ссылка:«Золотое касание». Сергей Ильницкий, Россия. Категория: «Спорт». II место за серию. Годы тренировок, тысячи поединков, сотни побед — так фехтовальщики готовились к выходу на Олимпийскую арену в Лондоне-2012.
Sports Action, 2nd prize stories
(репортаж), Sergei IlnitskyTHE GOLDEN TOUCH
01 August 2012
Years of training, thousands of battles, and hundreds of victories prepared fencing competitors for the opportunity to stand on the piste at the 2012 London Olympic Games to fight for gold.Gold medal winner Jiyeon Kim of South Korea kisses her medal during the award ceremony of the Women's Sabre Individual Fencing.Nicolas Limbach of Germany (left) in action against Jingzhi Wang of China during their Men's Sabre Team Placement 5-6 match.Nikolay Kovalev of Russia reacts after his victory over Rares Dumitrescu of Romania following their Men's Sabre Individual Fencing Bronze medal match.Max Hartung of Germany leaves the fighting position after his victory over Luigi Tarantino of Italy during their Men's Sabre Individual competition.
Ссылка на полный репортаж призера World Press Photo 2013 Сергея Ильницкого, Россия.