This year's winning images both express the horrors of war and its aftermath. The Breaking News Photography Award went to Massoud Hossaini of Agence France-Presse for his image of a 12-year-old blood-splattered girl screaming moments after a suicide bomber's attack at a crowded shrine in Kabul on December 6, 2011. Out of 17 women and children from her family who went to a riverside shrine in Kabul that day to mark the Shiite holy day of Ashura, seven died, including her seven-year-old brother Shoaib. A total of eighty people died in the attack and 150 were injured. Sig Gissler, the Pulitzer administrator, called the AFP picture "one single riveting photograph," and "a picture you will long remember." Massoud Hossaini was born in Kabul and has been shooting for Agence France-Presse since 2007. Click here to see the image.