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The Associated Press earned a People’s Voice Webby Award on Tuesday for its minidocumentaries focused on the environment and conservation efforts, titled “What Can Be Saved?”
Photos of a deadly Ethiopian Airlines plane crash, California wildfires, Brazilian sports fans and Hurricane Dorian’s destruction earned The Associated Press top honors in the 2020 World Press Photo Contest.
In a memo to staff on Wednesday, News Director for Europe and Africa Anna Johnson announced two appointments in Africa:
The Associated Press honored on Wednesday two journalists who died because of their work for AP.
When extremists attacked a hotel complex in Kenya’s capital on Tuesday, AP journalists across formats scrambled to capture video, take photos and report the breaking news.