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Riccardo Venturi

義大利 Contrasto
一般新聞 單幅 第一名

1月18日,在海地首都太子港,一名女孩凝視逐漸陷入火海中的Hyppolite市場。海地在六天前遭到一場芮氏規模7.0的大地震襲擊。這處被人們稱為「鐵市場」的城市地標,歷史可追溯至1891年。地震災情看似癱瘓了海地政府,也讓行政單位遭到災區清理延宕、決策舉棋不定的指控。然而,災後百廢待舉的局面,加上數十年來嚴重的政局動盪與經濟衰落,導致國內基礎建設落後,使重建工作進度更加緩慢。鐵市場是太子港最早被修復的建築物之一,主要原因需歸功於一筆880萬歐元現金的私人捐款。雖然在大地震發生一年後,太子港只有百分之五的地震廢墟被清理,但鐵市場已經重新開始營業,並吸引了900多名商家進駐。


Riccardo Venturi

Italy, Contrasto
1st Prize General News Singles

A girl looks on as the Marché Hyppolite in Port-au-Prince burns, on 18 January, six days after a 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck Haiti. The market, popularly known as the Marché en Fer (Iron Market) was a city landmark, dating back to 1891. The devastation caused by the earthquake appeared to paralyze authorities, leading to accusations of indecision and delay when it came to clean-up operations. But the enormity of the task that faced them, together with an infrastructure already weakened by decades of violent political instability and economic deprivation, were also to blame. The Marché en Fer was one of the first buildings in the capital to be restored, thanks largely to an € 8.8 million cash injection by a private donor. A year after the earthquake struck Haiti, just 5 percent of the resultant rubble had been removed from Port-au-Prince, but the Iron Market had re-opened for business with some 900 vendors.

Olivier Laban-Mattei

法國 法新社
一般新聞 系列報導 第一名

海地在一月遭逢地震後,有數以千計的居民逃離首都太子港。他們表示已經厭倦露宿街頭的生活,並害怕被幫派分子和盜匪搶劫,或地震中逃過一劫的建築物會因餘震崩塌。因為許多災民都遲遲沒有獲得救援物資,搶劫也變成謀生的技能之一,而這個情況在太子港特別嚴重。

在太子港一座醫院的停屍處,一名男子拋下一具遺體。

Olivier Laban-Mattei

France, Agence France-Presse
1st Prize General News Stories

In the aftermath of the earthquake that struck Haiti in January, thousands of residents fled the capital Port-au-Prince They said they were tired of sleeping in the streets, afraid of being robbed by gangs and looters, or fearful that aftershocks might destroy the buildings still standing. As aid was slow to reach many victims of the earthquake, particularly in the capital city, looting became a strategy for survival.

A man throws a corpse onto a pile of dead bodies, at the morgue of a hospital in Port-au-Prince.