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Bulent Kilic

土耳其,法新社
突發新聞 單幅 第一名

三月十二日,在土耳其伊斯坦堡,一名年輕女孩在塔克辛廣場附近的衝突中受傷掛彩。這次衝突的雙方為鎮暴警察和參加15歲少年Berkin Elvan葬禮隊伍的群眾。在2012年6月的反政府示威行動期間,Elvan在出門買麵包時頭部被一枚催淚瓦斯罐擊中,陷入昏迷九個月之後去世。當時的示威行動起因是政府計畫將該市的格濟公園改建為清真寺和購物商場,抗議聲浪升高後演變為全國人民對日益專制的總理埃爾多安表達不滿情緒。Elvan的死在全國各地都引發了更進一步的反政府抗爭。即使如此,埃爾多安在五個月後的選舉中仍順利當選為土國總統。


Bulent Kilic

Turkey, Agence France-Presse
1st Prize Spot News Singles

A young girl, wounded during clashes near Taksim Square in Istanbul, Turkey, on 12 March. Violence broke out between riot police and people attending the funeral procession of 15-year-old Berkin Elvan. He had been hit on the head by a teargas canister while out buying bread, during anti-government demonstrations the previous June, and died following a nine-month coma. The June protests had begun over plans to develop the city's Gezi Park into a mosque and shopping center, and had escalated into national expressions of opposition to what was seen as Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's growing authoritarianism. Elvan's death triggered further anti-government protests across the country. Despite such opposition, Erdogan was elected as president of Turkey five months later.

Jérôme Sessini

法國,Magnum Photos for De Standaard
突發新聞 系列報導 第二名

烏克蘭首都基輔在2013年11月爆發了抗議示威,原因是總統亞努科維奇否決了一項和歐盟的貿易協議,並強化和俄羅斯的關係。數千名親歐盟的支持者聚集在基輔市的獨立廣場,佔領此處長達數月之久。持續的暴力行動在2014年2月18日達到頂點。在之後的三天內,包括抗議者和執法者在內,有超過七十人死於槍下。雙方都指控是對方先開槍。亞努科維奇總統在2月21日出逃,親歐盟的波洛申科在五月時當選為烏克蘭的新總統。

一名東正教的司鐸為抗議群眾祈神賜福。
二月二十日,狙擊手對學院街上的抗議者開火。這條街道通往獨立廣場。
一名男子被狙擊手攻擊後受傷倒地。
二月二十日,抗議者聚集在獨立廣場上。


Jérôme Sessini

France, Magnum Photos for De Standaard
2nd Prize Spot News Stories

Protests broke out in the Ukrainian capital, Kiev, in November 2013, after President Viktor Yanukovych rejected a trade deal with the European Union in favor of closer ties with Russia. Thousands of pro-European supporters gathered on the city's Independence Square, known as Maidan, in an occupation that would last for months. Ongoing violence hit a peak on 18 February. Over the next three days, more than 70 people, both protestors and law enforcers, were killed by gunfire, with each side blaming the other for starting the shooting. President Yanukovych fled the country on 21 February, and the pro-European Petro Poroshenko was elected Ukraine's new president in May.

An orthodox priest blesses protestors.
Snipers opened fire on protestors on Institutskaya Street, leading to Maidan, on 20 February.
A man lies wounded after sniper fire.
Demonstrators gather on Maidan, on 20 February.