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Australian photographer Daniel Berehulak has won a Pulitzer Prize for his coverage of Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte’s brutal state of war on drugs.

Berehulak documented 57 murder victims over 35 days in his work for the New York Times, to have out the breaking news photography award.

“It doesn’t thing whether you’re guilty or not in Rodrigo Duterte’s Philippines,” Berehulak said of his feel.

“If you’re associated at all with drugs you can be one of those people, and we as well found that it was mainly in the poorest of communities that people were beingness targeted.”

Berehulak said many Filipinos support Mr Duterte’due south violent approach towards drug addicts.

He also won a Pulitzer Prize for feature photography in 2022 for his coverage of the Ebola epidemic in West Africa.

The New York Times mistakenly advertised a Facebook Live event listing its Pulitzer Prize winners, several hours earlier the official announcement the organisation had won iii of journalism’due south near prestigious prizes.

Daniel Berehulak embraces The Times’ assistant editor after his win was announced.(

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The Times won in the categories of international reporting, feature writing and breaking news photography.

The awards were announced at 3:00pm Monday local time (v:00am AEST today). But the print edition of Mon’s paper included a notice reading:

“How does it feel to get a Pulitzer Prize? Ask The Times’south recently announced 2022 winners yourself — they’ll be taking questions live today at four:30 p.m. ET”

Times spokeswoman Eileen White potato would non confirm it had advance word that it had won whatever Pulitzers, calling the find “a mistake, combined with a little bit of hopeful thinking”.

Although the prizes are confidential, news organisations sometimes manage to learn of Pulitzer wins before the official announcements.

Iv Corners part of team that won for explanatory reporting

The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) , McClatchy and the Miami Herald — which amassed a group of over 400 journalists from beyond six continents to examine the leaked Panama Papers and betrayal the mode that politicians, criminals and rich people stashed case in offshore accounts — won the Pulitzer for explanatory reporting.

Included in the collaborative attempt was the ABC’southward own Iv Corners team (consisting of Marian Wilkinson, Ali Russell, Lisa Main, Elise Worthington and Mario Christodoulou).

“A privilege to be a small function of the global ICIJ team,” Worthington tweeted afterward the announcement.

“This laurels is a testament to the enterprise and teamwork of our staff and our partners here in the United States and around the world,” Gerard Ryle, ICIJ’due south manager, said.

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Total winners list:

The New York Daily News and ProPublica
won the
Pulitzer Prize for public service
for their coverage of the eviction scandal which uncovered how police force driveling eviction rules to oust hundreds of people, mostly poor minorities, from their homes.

The
laurels for commentary
went to Peggy Noonan of The Wall Street Journal for columns that the judges said “continued readers to the shared virtues of Americans during one of the nation’s nigh divisive political campaigns”.

The New York Times’ staff received the
international reporting award
for its piece of work on Russian President Vladimir Putin’s efforts to project Moscow’south power away.

In a year when the tumultuous presidential campaign dominated Us news,
David A Fahrenthold
of The Washington Post was honoured with the
Pulitzer for national reporting
for exposing questionable practices at Usa President Donald Trump’s charitable foundation.

Side on view of Donald Trump reaching up to shake hands with supporters, only their arms visible.

The United states presidential campaign was the discipline of many of this years entries.(

Reuters: Chris Keane

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Times author CJ Chivers won the
feature writing laurels

for a story most a Marine’s descent into violence after returning home from war, told “through an artful aggregating of fact and detail”.

Art Cullen of The Storm Lake Times (a twice-weekly, 3,000-circulation family-owned paper in Iowa) won the
editorial writing award; The judges said Cullen’s “tenacious reporting, impressive expertise and engaging writing” successfully challenged powerful corporate agricultural interests in the state.

Eric Eyre of The Charleston Gazette-Mail won the
investigative reporting prize
for writing nearly the scourge of opiate painkillers in poor parts of West Virginia.

The staff of the East Bay Times in Oakland, California, received the
breaking news reporting award
for its coverage of a burn down that killed 36 people at a warehouse party and its follow-upward reporting on how local officials had not taken activeness that might accept prevented it.

The staff of The Table salt Lake Tribune received the
local reporting award
for its work on how sexual assault victims at Brigham Young University are treated.

Pulitzer winners from the Salt Lake Tribune hug in their office following the announcement

Pulitzer winners from the Common salt Lake Tribune celebrate.(

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Hilton Als, a theatre critic for The New Yorker, won
the prize for criticism, with judges praising how he strove to connect theatre to the real-globe, “shifting landscape of gender, sexuality and race”.

Visual awards

The award in
editorial cartooning
went to Jim Morin of The Miami Herald for work “that delivered precipitous perspectives through flawless artistry, biting prose and crisp wit”.

Jim Morin's winning cartoon

Jim Morin won the editorial cartooning Pulitzer Prize.(

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Freelancer Daniel Berehulak won the
breaking news photography
award for his images, published in the Times, of the toll of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s crackdown on drug dealers and users.

Daniel Berehulak's winning series of photographs

Daniel Berehulak’s serial illustrated the ongoing Philippines drug crisis. Berehulak won the Pulitzer for breaking news photography.(

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This year’s
feature photography
winner was Eastward Jason Wambsgans of the Chicago Tribune, for his portrayal of a 10-twelvemonth-old boy who had been shot.

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E Jason Wambsgans won the Pulitzer Prize for feature photography.(

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A photograph of a young boy who survived a shooting in chicago

This undated photograph past E Jason Wambsgans shows i of the series that won the Pulitzer Prize for feature photography.(

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Source: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-04-11/pulitzer-prize-winners-new-york-times-journalism/8432978

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