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A man passes a baby through the fence at the Hungarian-Serbian border in Röszke, Hungary, 28 August © Warren Richardson, Australia – Warren Richardson has won the World Press Photo of t…

PHOTOS. Les lauréats du World Press 2016

PHOTOS. Découvrez les lauréats du World Press Photo 2016

World Press Photo of the Year 2013 - John Stanmeyer (U.S.) for National Geographic

18 Incredible Images That Won The World Press Photo Awards Of 2014

John Stanmeyer, a U. photographer working for VII agency on assignment for National Geographic, won the World Press Photo of the Year

The biggest news stories of the year, visualised. (Contains graphic material.)

100 Of The Year's Most Compelling Press Photos

Whale Whisperers by Anuar Patjane Floriuk, Mexico 2016 World Photo Contest

Burhan Ozbilici’s stunning photo of a gunman moments after assassinating the Russian Ambassador to Turkey Andrei Karlov spread like wildfire over social media. While many within the photojournalism community quickly declared the image as the “photo of the year,” and worth of top prizes, one voice offered dissent. Matt Slaby is a photographer and founding…

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World Press Photo An Assassination in Turkey (Burhan Ozbilici – The Associated Press)

Foto van Dit zijn de beste persfoto's van 2015

Douma’s Children General News, second prize stories, Abd Doumany

U.S. Soldier Mourns The Death Of A Friend And Fellow soldier Killed By Friendly Fire On The Final day Of Fighting in The Gulf war.  1991

Winners World Press Photo 1955-2006 - Les vainqueurs de la meilleure photo !

Word Press Photo winner in US Sergeant Ken Kozakiewicz gives vent to his grief as he learns that the body bag at his feet contains the remains of his friend Andy Alaniz. ‘Friendly fire’ claimed Alaniz’s life and injured Kozakiewicz.

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Corentin Fohlen's picture of anti-government riots in Bangkok, Thailand, which won the prize Spot News Stories at World Press Photo of the Year

Daniel Morel ganó el segundo premio individual en la categoría Spot News en 2011.

Daniel Morel ganó el segundo premio individual en la categoría Spot News en 2011.

37 fotografie che hanno cambiato il mondo. E noi

37 fotografie che hanno cambiato il mondo. E noi

Omayra Sánchez was a victim of the 1985 eruption of the Nevado del Ruiz volcano, which erupted on November in Armero, Colombia causing massive lahars which killed nearly Photo taken by Frank Fournier.

Des migrants africains à Djibouti tentent de capturer un signal satellite bon marché qui émane de la Somalie voisine. Photo de John Stanmeyer, sélectionnée à la "World Press Photo of the Year" et 1er prix de la catégorie Contemporary Issues. John Stanmeyer / VII" - World Press Photo Awards - NBC News

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World Press Photo of the Year 2013 John Stanmeyer African migrants in Djibouti City, Djibouti, raise their phones in an attempt to capture an inexpensive signal from neighboring Somalia, a tenuous.

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The aftermath of the April magnitude earthquake in Nepal.In this photograph, Nepalese villages watch a helicopter picking up a medical team, dropping aid at the edge of a makeshift landing zone in Gumda, Nepal, May

Julius Schrank, a German photographer working for De Volkskrant won 1st Prize Daily Life Single category of the 2014 World Press Photo contest with this picture of Kachin Independence Army fighters drinking and celebrating at a funeral of one of their commanders who died the day before, in Burma, taken March 15, 2013.

Prize Daily Life Single: Kachin Independence Army fighters are drinking and celebrating at a funeral of one of their commanders who died the day before. The city is under siege by the Burmese army © Julius Schrank, Germany, De Volkskrant

Francesco Zizola - 2016 Photo Contest | World Press Photo   In the Same Boat Contemporary Issues, second prize stories August 26, 2015  A wooden fishing vessel sails from Libya to Italy carrying more than 500 migrants.

A winning photo from Press awards Category: Contemporary issues stories, second prize stories Photograph: ‪ ‪ ‪ on board of an overcrowded wooden fishing ‪ sailing from ‪ to

1988年 「Earthquake in Armenia (アルメニア大地震)」 撮影者:David Turnley(アメリカ) 首都エレバンの北西約90kmのギュムリで、地震に犠牲になった17歳の息子の死を深く悲しむ男性。

World Press Photo of the Year David Turnley, 1989 - 1988 - Boris Abgarzian grieves for his son, victim of the Armenian earthquake.

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