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Seamus Murphy

愛爾蘭 VII Photo Agency
新聞人物 單幅 第二名

九月三十日,揭弊網站「維基解密」的創辦人阿桑奇在倫敦大學舉辦的一場座談會中露面。該網站在2010年公開大批美軍有關伊拉克戰爭和阿富汗戰爭的機密文件,之後也公布許多美國與中東和其他國際外交官的敏感往來書信,揭露的內容包含巴勒斯坦談判代表對於以色列的立場。瑞典檢察官在九月初時,針對先前一起指控阿桑奇性侵的案件重啟調查。次月,檢方對阿桑奇發佈國際通緝令,而引發蓄意中傷之說。


Seamus Murphy

Ireland, VII Photo Agency
2nd Prize People in the News Singles

Julian Assange, founder of the whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks, emerges from a panel discussion at the University of London, on 30 September. During the year, WikiLeaks had made public a large batch of classified US military documents on Iraq and Afghanistan. It went on to release sensitive correspondence between American, Middle-Eastern, and other international diplomats, including revelations on the stance taken by Palestinian negotiators in connection with Israel. At the beginning of September, the Swedish Director of Prosecutions re-opened a previously dropped case against Assange on allegations of sexual assault. The following month an international warrant was issued for his arrest, sparking accusations of a smear campaign.

Daniel Berehulak

澳洲 Getty Images
新聞人物 系列報導 第一名

七月雨季時,罕見的大雨造成巴基斯坦有史以來最嚴重的水災。洪水從北部的Baluchistan省蔓延至整個印度河盆地,直達南部的Punjab和Sindh省。整個巴基斯坦甚至一度有五分之一的國土被大水淹沒。這場洪災直接影響的人口超過兩千萬人,有多達1,600人因此喪生。房屋遭到毀損,農作物與牲畜也被洪水沖走。除此之外,還有數千公里的道路和鐵路被沖毀,使得巴國的基礎建設受到重創。

九月十三日,在Sindh省的一場救災行動中,災民爭先恐後的搶奪巴基斯坦軍方直升機空投的食物配給。這裡是洪水中受創最嚴重的省分。

Daniel Berehulak

Australia, Getty Images
1st Prize People in the News Stories

Unusually heavy monsoon rains in July triggered the worst flood in Pakistan’s history. Beginning in the northern province of Baluchistan, the flood spread throughout the Indus River Basin to Punjab and Sindh in the south. At one point, around one fifth of the country’s total land mass was under water. Over 20 million people were directly affected by the floods with up to 1,600 killed, as homes were destroyed and crops and livestock were washed away. The country’s infrastructure was devastated as thousands of kilometers of roads and railways were destroyed.

Flood victims scramble for food rations in the downwash of a Pakistan army helicopter, during relief operations in Sindh, the worst-hit province, on 13 September.