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Tomasz Lazar

波蘭
新聞人物 單幅 第二名

10月21日,在紐約市的哈林區,一名示威者在抗議警方執行「攔截搜身」政策時遭到逮捕。紐約市警局的這項政策讓警方在即使沒有犯罪事證的情況下,可以任意拘留民眾或在街上進行搜身。紐約市政府和警局都堅稱此項政策顯著降低了該市的犯罪率。反對者則認為此舉使低收入社區與有色人種深受其害。十月的這波抗議「攔截搜身」行動也獲得「佔領華爾街」運動抗議者的聲援。「佔領華爾街」是主要發生在紐約市的一連串集會活動,抗議者的主要訴求是抗議企業財團的貪婪、社會的不平等以及他們眼中大銀行和跨國企業對民主過程造成的負面影響。有數十位「佔領華爾街」的抗議者從他們在市中心的活動地點曼哈頓來到哈林區,表達支持。


Tomasz Lazar

Poland
2nd Prize People in the News Singles

A protester is arrested during demonstrations against police stop-and-frisk tactics, in Harlem, New York, on 21 October. Stop-and-frisk refers to the New York Police Department practice of detaining and sometimes searching people on the street, when they have not necessarily committed a crime. The police and mayor’s office maintain that this has significantly reduced crime in the city. Opponents argue that the practice victimizes low-income communities and people of color. The October demonstrations against stop-and-frisk attracted support from the Occupy Wall Street (OWS) movement. Scores of OWS supporters made their way up to Harlem from downtown Manhattan, where they had been protesting against corporate greed, social inequality, and what they saw as the power of major banks and multinationals over the democratic process.

Yasuyoshi Chiba

日本,法新社
新聞人物 系列報導 第一名

3月11日,日本東北地方外海70公里處發生一場芮氏規模9.0的地震。地震引發的超級海嘯撲向陸地,淹沒的土地面積超過500平方公里,摧毀多棟建築物,損壞當地基礎建設,並造成超過34萬人流離失所。這不但是日本遭遇過最強烈的地震,也是全世界地震紀錄規模最大的震災之一。除了洪水氾濫,受損的交通建設、發電廠以及其他必要設施都嚴重影響了善後工作。


Yasuyoshi Chiba

Japan, Agence France-Presse
1st Prize People in the News Stories

On 11 March, a magnitude 9.0 earthquake struck 70 kilometers off the Tohoku coast, in northeastern Japan. The quake triggered a tsunami that swept inland over an area of some 500 square kilometers, destroying buildings, crippling infrastructure, and resulting in the displacement of more than 340,000 people. The earthquake was the most powerful ever to hit Japan, and one of the most forceful documented in the world. Flooding and damage to transport connections, power stations, and other vital facilities severely hindered recovery operations.