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Yuri Kozyrev

俄羅斯,Noor Images for Time
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3月11日,反叛軍與政府軍在內戰中爭奪利比亞沿岸的石油重鎮Ras Lanuf。源自東部城市班加西的反政府衝突在二月份已演變為對抗格達費政權的起義行動。反格達費的聲浪在利比亞東部最強烈,班加西也被視為叛軍的根據地。叛軍在初次朝首都的黎波里揮軍西進時,就曾在3月4日佔領Ras Lanuf。但政府軍隨即發動猛烈的陸海空攻擊,在3月10日重新掌控該地,並開始逼退叛軍,外界甚至一度認為政府軍即將收復班加西。聯合國在3月17日達成決議後,北大西洋公約組織開始對利比亞的軍事目標發動空襲,政府軍的反擊行動也因此中斷。反叛軍得以再度向西推進,並在3月底時奪回Ras Lanuf。然而在後續的戰事中,這裡的掌控權又再次易主,直到八月底反叛軍才取得最終勝利。


Yuri Kozyrev

Russia, Noor Images for Time
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Rebels battle for Ras Lanuf, an oil-refining town on the Libyan coast, on 11 March. The uprising against the regime of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi had grown out of clashes with authorities in the east-Libyan city of Benghazi, in mid-February. Anti-Gaddafi sentiment was strongest in the east of the country, and Benghazi came to be seen as the rebel stronghold. Ras Lanuf had fallen to anti-government forces on 4 March, during their initial advance west, towards the capital Tripoli. After heavy bombardment by land, sea and air, Gaddafi’s forces retook the city on 10 March, and began pushing the rebels back. For some days it appeared that even Benghazi would be retaken. Gaddafi’s counter-advance was halted after NATO planes began bombing Libyan military targets, following a UN resolution on 17 March. Rebel forces began moving west again and by the end of the month had recaptured Ras Lanuf, though they would not permanently occupy the city until late August.

Niclas Hammarström

瑞典,for Aftonbladet
突發新聞 系列報導 第二名

7月22日,32歲的挪威男子布列維克在首都奧斯陸西北方的烏托亞小島上開槍濫射,殺害69人。挪威勞工黨青年部當時在烏托亞島上舉辦一場夏令營。屠殺發生前兩小時,奧斯陸發生一起汽車炸彈攻擊,造成8人喪命,92人受傷。布列維克偽裝成警察來到島上,謊稱因首都發生爆炸案,要集中所有人進行安全查核。之後他對人群開槍掃射,即使連跳入水中企圖逃跑的人也不放過。當地警方沒有適合用來運輸大量警力的直升機, 也沒有可以接駁到島上的船隻。反恐部隊從奧斯陸趕到時,才終於搭乘民用船隻抵達小島。布列維克遭到逮捕,並以恐怖份子罪名起訴。他承認爆炸與槍擊皆由他所犯,並供稱他準備犯行已有數年,也曾公布一篇宣言,宣傳他的極端主義信念。

(譯者註:2012年8月24日,挪威法庭判決布列維克神智清楚,必須為去年謀殺77人入獄服刑21年,必要時刑期可以延長。)


Niclas Hammarström

Sweden, for Aftonbladet
2nd Prize Spot News Stories

On 22 July, Anders Behring Breivik (32) killed 69 people on the island of Utøya, northwest of Oslo, Norway, the site of a summer camp organized by the youth division of the Norwegian Labor Party. The incident took place two hours after a car-bomb explosion in the capital, which killed eight people and injured 92. Breivik gained access to Utøya by posing as a police officer, who had come to conduct checks following the Oslo bombing. He then shot people indiscriminately, also firing on those who jumped into the water in an attempt to escape. Local police did not have a helicopter appropriate for transporting groups of officers, and could not find a suitable boat to reach the island. When anti-terror police arrived from Oslo, they were eventually carried over on civilian craft. Breivik was arrested, and put on terrorist charges. He admitted carrying out both the bombing and the shooting. He had been preparing for the attacks for a number of years, and had distributed a manifesto outlining his extremist beliefs.