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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?”
AP today earned its 54th Pulitzer Prize – 32nd for photography – in the feature photography category for compelling images of daily life under military lockdown in Indian-controlled Kashmir.
In a memo to staff on Monday, Global Investigations Editor Ron Nixon announced a reorganized global investigations team at The Associated Press, including two new additions:
Reporting on the harrowing perils faced by migrants around the world and bloody protests in Haiti has earned AP journalists two prestigious awards from the Overseas Press Club of America.
From Italy to Spain and New York to New Orleans, AP journalists around the world are working tirelessly to tell the story of the COVID-19 pandemic in all formats.