Topic: “Behind the news”

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Using ‘liberated’ in Ukraine

, by John Daniszewski

The recent recapturing of territory from the Russians in the Kharkiv region by the Ukrainian armed forces has raised a question: Should AP use the term “liberated” for these towns and villages?

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Honoring the legacy of fallen AP photographer

, by Nicole Meir

The 2022 Anja Niedringhaus Courage in Photojournalism Award, named for the Pulitzer Prize-winning AP photographer who was killed reporting in Afghanistan in 2014, has been awarded to Paula Bronstein, a freelance photojournalist currently working in Kyiv.

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Modernizing the US news report

, by Lauren Easton

AP is taking steps to make its U.S. news report more visual and digital friendly to help local newsrooms thrive in an increasingly digital environment.

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Using the word 'war' in Ukraine

, by John Daniszewski

There has been some discussion about whether to term the fighting in Ukraine a “war.” The AP is using the word, and here is why:

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How we work with foundations

, by Lauren Easton

AP works with foundations and nonprofits to augment our journalism and help us tell stories we might otherwise not be able to tell.

Director of News Partnerships Lisa Gibbs explains how this outside support underpins AP’s mission of providing factual, unbiased journalism to the world.

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