Overseas Press Club Awards Announced

Paolo Pellegrin, Q. Sakamaki, Kristen Ashburn and Farah Nosh take photo awards.

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Paolo Pellegrin: Robert Capa Gold MedalLEBANON. Qana. Over 55 civilians were killed during an Israeli air strike in the early hours of July 30th, 2006.

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Paolo Pellegrin: Robert Capa Gold Medal

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Paolo Pellegrin: Robert Capa Gold MedalLEBANON. Tyre. August 6, 2006. The victim of an Israeli rocket attack lies agonizing in Tyre’s main road.

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Q. Sakamaki: Olivier Rebbot AwardA government soldiers patrol, looking for claymores, radio-controlled bombs, in Mutur. Despite the 2002 ceasefire agreement, tensions are escalating between the Sri Lankan government and rebel units.

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Q. Sakamaki: Olivier Rebbot AwardThe image of a Sri Lanka government soldier is accidentally overlapped with the image of a Tamil girl staying at a war-torn church in Jaffna, where the long civil war has devastated lives and the Sri Lankan economy.

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Q. Sakamaki: Olivier Rebbot AwardTsunami-destroyed coastline in Jaffna Province, where the residents are now facing fresh fighting between the Sri Lanka government and LTTE rebels, despite the 2002 ceasefire.

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Q. Sakamaki: Olivier Rebbot AwardFemale LTTE rebel soldiers patrol in Kilinochchi, a stronghold of the LTTE rebels. Despite the 2002 ceasefire agreement, tensions are escalating between the Sri Lankan government and rebel units.