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2013 World Press Photo Contest Winner (Daily Life Nature)

Daily Life Nature2013 World Press Photo Contest Winnerspps by vinhbinh ,chieuquetoi, bachkien

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FOOTBALL IN GUINEA-BISSAU03 March 2012Dulombi, Guinea BissauMany young football players around the world touch their first ball on a field of bare dirt. Here a youth group plays on a 'football field' that was the site of military barracks and fields of the former Portuguese colonies in the country.

DANIEL RODRIGUESNationality:Portugal

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EARLY MORNING08 July 2012Jeselo, ItalySummer holiday camping. Someone is up a little too early.

SREN BIDSTRUPNationality:Denmark

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AT THE DINING HALL12 October 2012Youngstown, Ohio, USAEvery day, John McLean, 65, visits the St. Vincent DePaul Society Dining Hall, where homeless and poor people can eat a good meal, socialize and get warm. In 2011, Youngstown was named the poorest of the 100 largest cities in the country; more than one in three citizens live below the poverty line.

JACOB EHRBAHNNationality:DenmarkWebsite:greatphotojournalism.com/jacobehrbahn.html

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MIRELLA08 January 2012Rome, ItalyMirella in the privacy of her room.Mirella, 71, spent 43 years of her life with the only person she loved, with all of life's difficulties, laughter, and beautiful moments. But over the last six years things changed: Mirella lived with her husband Luigis illness, Alzheimers, and devoted her life to him as his caregiver.

2013,Daily Life,1st prize stories,FaustoPodavini FAUSTO PODAVINI Nationality: Italy Website:www.faustopodavini.eu ABOUT:Fausto Podavini Was Born In Rome, Where He Still Lives And Works. His Passion For Photography Began When He Was 18, First As Assistant And Studio Photographer, Then Working On Ethnological And Social Reportage. In 1992, He Worked At Mifav, The Photography Museum At Tor Vergata University In Rome And Then Studied At The John Kaverdash Photography Academy In Milan, Taking A Masters Degree In Reportage. Podavini Left Studio Photography To Dedicate Himself Exclusively To Reportage, And Is Nowadays A Freelance Photographer, Collaborating With A Number Of Ngos.

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MIGRANT SEX WORKERS24 July 2009Rome, ItalySharon, a sex worker, on her makeshift bed.For nearly 20 years, the women of Benin City, a town in the state of Edo in the south-central part of Nigeria, have traveled to Italy to work in the sex trade. Every year, successful ones recruit younger girls to follow in their steps. Most migrant women, including those who end up in the sex industry, have made a clear decision to leave home and take their chances overseas. They are headstrong and ambitious women who migrate in order to escape conflict, persecution, environmental degradation, natural disasters, and other situations that affect their habitat and livelihood.

2013,Daily Life,2nd prize stories,PaoloPatrizi PAOLO PATRIZI

NATIONALITY:ITALYWEBSITE:www.paolopatrizi.comABOUT:Paolo Patrizi Is A Documentary Photographer Whose Stories Explore Underlying Themes Of - And Contradictions Between - Tradition And Modernity, And The Cultural Disconnection Produced By Rapid Economic Growth. He Began His Career In London, Working As An Assistant To Other Professionals. While Doing Freelance Assignments For British Magazines And Design Groups, He Started To Develop Projects Of His Own. Today, His Work Is Featured In Leading Publications, And Has Been Exhibited And Awarded Internationally.

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EL SALVADOR GANGS14 August 2012San Salvador, El SalvadorAn anti-gang police unit searches for gang members. Many in El Salvador remain skeptical that the truce will stick, noting that young men in poor neighborhoods lack alternatives and there is no easy way to lure them off the streets.They had faced off many times before, on the streets, with guns in their hands. But when top leaders of two of the hemispheres most violent street gangs sat across from one another in the stifling air of a maximum security prison, the encounter had a very different aim: peace. With a military chaplain and a former lawmaker officiating, the imprisoned gang leaders held a moment of silence for the thousands of people their street armies had killed. After a few more meetings and the governments concession to transfer 30 of the leaders to less-restrictive conditions they shook hands on a pact to put an end to the killings. The truce endures in El Salvador, long one of the most violent countries in the Americas. With 30,000 to 50,000 members and weaponry that includes assault-style rifles and grenades, the two gangs are virtual armies that have the power to affect the security of the entire region and they have used it to terrorize populations still weary from years of civil war and instability.

2013,Daily Life,3rd prize stories,TomsMunita TOMS MUNITA

Nationality:ChileWebsite:www.tomasmunita.comAbout:Toms Munita, Born In Chile In 1975, Is A Documentary Photographer Primarily Interested In Social Issues. His Work Focuses On Latin America, Afghanistan, Pakistan, And India.

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PACIFIED FAVELA25 May 2012The favelas in Rio de Janeiro, slums where drugs and guns are a daily reality, are often separated by only one street from the richest and most exclusive areas of the city. With the World Cup coming to Rio in 2014, and the Olympics in 2016, politicians are trying to clean up and pacify the favelas. New roads are being built, children play, and mothers take their children to school. Yet there remains an abundance of drugs and alcohol, conflicts between locals and the pacification police, and people who wish things would return to the way they used to be. What will happen when the big events have passed?

Frederik Buyckxnationality:Belgiumwebsite:www.frederikbuyckx.be

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