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Mathieu Willcocks

英國,移民海上救護站
突發新聞 系列報導 第三名

利比亞海岸邊,難民擠在超過了500人的船艙裡。
衝突、貧窮與政治經濟不穩定的局面持續迫使非洲與中東的人民甘願冒險穿渡海洋,到歐洲尋求更好的生活。由於歐盟和土耳其簽訂的移民協定,穿越愛琴海前往希臘的難民數量下降了,但從北非橫越地中海抵達義大利的人數卻急速上升。根據聯合國難民署的資料顯示,2016年共有181,436人渡海至歐,與2015年相較增加了18%。難民往往擠進不適渡海航行的船隻,沒有救生衣或足夠的食物、水與燃料。許多人在前往義大利的三天航程中無法存活下來。


Mathieu Willcocks

UK, MOAS
3rd Prize Stories

Refugees cram into the hold of a boat containing more than 500 people.
Conflict, poverty and instability in parts of Africa and the Middle East continued to compel people to make dangerous sea crossings to seek a better life in Europe. Following a migration deal between the EU and Turkey, the numbers of refugees crossing the Aegean to Greece dropped, but arrivals in Italy, across the Mediterranean Sea from North Africa, went up sharply. According to the UNHCR, 181,436 people made that crossing in 2016, an 18 percent increase on 2015. Refugees are frequently crammed into unseaworthy craft, often without lifejackets or sufficient food, water or fuel. Many do not survive the three-day journey to Italy.

Walid Mashhadi

敘利亞,法新社
突發新聞 系列報導 第二名

4月28日,在al-Kalasa地區,救援人馬將一名幼兒從毀壞建築的瓦礫堆中送出。
在效忠總統Bashar al-Assad的軍隊及亟欲推翻他的叛軍之間,阿勒坡是雙方衝突的主要戰場。這個城市大致上被一分為二:由叛軍控制東部,政府控制西部。隨著2016年戰況開始加劇,叛軍逐漸受到圍困。在25萬受困於東阿勒坡的民眾中,約有一萬名是孩童。儘管有數次跨國救援行動試圖協調停火,讓平民得以撤離東阿勒坡,但是人民仍然受困其中。敘利亞民間防衛團體的成員表示民眾不信任政府提供的安全通道,另一方面政府則表示叛軍阻撓民眾離開阿勒坡。


Walid Mashhadi

Syria, Agence France-Presse
2nd Prize Stories

Rescuers remove a baby from the rubble of a destroyed building in the al-Kalasa neighborhood, on 28 April.
Aleppo was a key battleground in the war between forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad and rebels who wanted to overthrow him. The city was roughly divided in half, with the opposition controlling the east and the government the west. As fighting intensified in 2016, the rebels became increasingly besieged. Of the roughly 250,000 people who remained trapped in eastern Aleppo, around 100,00 were children. Despite several international attempts at negotiating a ceasefire and allowing civilians passage out of eastern Aleppo, people remained. Civil defense workers said civilians were mistrustful of government offers of safe passage; the government said rebels were preventing people from leaving.