The winning photos

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First prize in the spot news singles category went to American photographer John Moore of Getty Images who captured the assassination of Benazir Bhutto, in Rawalpindi, Pakistan.
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First prize in the contemporary issues singles category was won by South African photographer Brent Stirton. While working for Newsweek he pictured the evacuation of dead Mountain Gorillas at Virunga National Park, Eastern Congo.

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Agence France Presse photographer Roberto Schmidt came second in the spot news stories section with this picture taken in Nairobi, Kenya.

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Third prize in the sports action stories went to Chris Detrick of The Salt Lake Tribune
 

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Employees of the Berlin police swim in full uniform at a open water swimming pool in Berlin June 20, 2008, during a police union Gewerkschaft der Politizi (GdP) protest, themed "the water is up to our neck", to demand better salaries. (Source: CRIonline)


 

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Animal protection activists have their body painted in red during a protest against the use of fur in Buenos Aires, capital of Argentina, June 25, 2008. (Xinhua Photo)
 

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This artist rendering released by Dynamic Architecture shows a rotating skyscraper that is to be built in Dubai, in various stages of movement. An Italian architect said he is poised to start construction on the new skyscraper that will be 'the world's first building in motion,' an 80-story tower with revolving floors that give it an ever-shifting shape.(Photo:photo.eastday.com)

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