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Alex Majoli

義大利,Magnum Photos for Newsweek
一般新聞 單幅 第一名

2月10日,在埃及首都開羅的解放廣場,示威群眾對一場電視轉播的演說做出回應。一反原先預期,總統穆巴拉克在這場演說中聲明拒絕下台。從一月底開始,針對執政已達30年之久的穆氏政權發起的抗議行動在全國各地連番登場。解放廣場在抗議行動中扮演核心角色,情勢也日益緊張。此刻在廣場上集結的群眾早已開始為這場他們預料中的辭職演說大肆慶祝。在穆巴拉克宣布繼續執政後,埃及各地的抗議行動不但數量增加,程度也更顯激烈。最後,在2月11日晚間6點,副總統蘇雷曼宣布穆巴拉克已辭去職務,將權力移交給軍方的埃及武裝部隊最高委員會。為回應抗議者的要求,最高委員會下令解散國會並中止憲法,並宣布軍方會接掌政權六個月或直到下次大選舉行。


Alex Majoli

Italy, Magnum Photos for Newsweek
1st Prize General News Singles

Demonstrators on Tahrir Square, Cairo, react to a televised speech on 10 February, in which contrary to prior expectations, Egypt’s president Hosni Mubarak said he would not give up power. Since late January, protests against Mubarak’s 30-year-old regime had been held nationwide, with Tahrir Square as an increasingly volatile focal point. Crowds gathering in the square were already celebrating what they thought would be a resignation speech. Following Mubarak’s declaration that he would remain, the number and intensity of demonstrations increased across the country. Eventually, at 18.00 on 11 February, Vice-President Suleiman announced that Mubarak had resigned, handing leadership over to the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces. In response to demonstrators’ demands, the Supreme Council dissolved parliament and suspended the constitution, declaring that it would hold power for six months, or until elections could be held.

Paolo Pellegrin

義大利,Magnum Photos for Zeit Magazin
一般新聞 系列報導 第二名

在日本東北外海發生強烈地震後,所引發的海嘯在沿岸地區造成廣泛的災情。受創最嚴重的岩手、宮城和福島三縣幾乎被估計重達2,263萬噸的廢墟掩埋。這場海嘯帶來的經濟衝擊極為巨大,不僅重創當地的漁業、貿易和農業,也對全國的交通和工業造成影響。世界銀行估計這場浩劫帶來的經濟損失總計高達1,780億歐元(6.7-6.8兆元新台幣),是全球史上災情最慘重的天然災害。


Paolo Pellegrin

Italy, Magnum Photos for Zeit Magazin
2nd prize General News Stories

Tsunami waves created by a massive earthquake off the northeastern shores of Japan caused wide-ranging destruction along the coast. Iwate, Miyagi, and Fukushima—the three worst-hit prefectures—were overwhelmed by an estimated 22.63 million tons of debris. The economic impact of the tsunami was immense, affecting not only regional fishing, trade, and farming, but also transport and industry nationwide. The World Bank estimated the overall economic damage of the tsunami at €178 billion, making it the natural disaster with the highest cost in world history.