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World Press Photo 2016 winners

February 18, 19:50 UTC+3
"Hope for a new Life" by Australian photographer Warren Richardson won the prestigious World Press Photo award
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Australian photographer Warren Richardson won the World Press Photo of the Year award and 1st prize singles in the Spot News category. The picture shows man passing a baby through the fence at the Serbia/Hungary border in Roeszke, Hungary, 28 August 2015
Australian photographer Warren Richardson won the World Press Photo of the Year award and 1st prize singles in the Spot News category. The picture shows man passing a baby through the fence at the Serbia/Hungary border in Roeszke, Hungary, 28 August 2015
Australian photographer Warren Richardson won the World Press Photo of the Year award and 1st prize singles in the Spot News category. The picture shows man passing a baby through the fence at the Serbia/Hungary border in Roeszke, Hungary, 28 August 2015
© EPA/WARREN RICHARDSON/WORLD PRESS PHOTO/HANDOUT
Russian photographer Sergey Ponomarev for The New York Times, First Prize Stories in the General News Category. The picture shows migrants and refugees arrived by boat in November 2015 near the village of Skala on the Greek island of Lesbos
Russian photographer Sergey Ponomarev for The New York Times, First Prize Stories in the General News Category. The picture shows migrants and refugees arrived by boat in November 2015 near the village of Skala on the Greek island of Lesbos
Russian photographer Sergey Ponomarev for The New York Times, First Prize Stories in the General News Category. The picture shows migrants and refugees arrived by boat in November 2015 near the village of Skala on the Greek island of Lesbos
© EPA/SERGEY PONOMAREV/WORLD PRESS PHOTO/HANDOUT
Brazilian photographer Mauricio Lima for The New York Times, 1st prize singles in the General News category. The picture shows a doctor rubbing ointment on the burns of a 16-year-old Islamic State fighter named Jacob at a Y.P.G. hospital compound on the outskirts of Hasaka, Syria, 01 August 2015
Brazilian photographer Mauricio Lima for The New York Times, 1st prize singles in the General News category. The picture shows a doctor rubbing ointment on the burns of a 16-year-old Islamic State fighter named Jacob at a Y.P.G. hospital compound on the outskirts of Hasaka, Syria, 01 August 2015
Brazilian photographer Mauricio Lima for The New York Times, 1st prize singles in the General News category. The picture shows a doctor rubbing ointment on the burns of a 16-year-old Islamic State fighter named Jacob at a Y.P.G. hospital compound on the outskirts of Hasaka, Syria, 01 August 2015
© EPA/MAURICIO LIMA/WORLD PRESS PHOTO/HANDOUT
Slovenian photographer Matic Zorman, 1st prize singles in the People category. The picture shows a child covered with a raincoat while she waits in line to register at a refugee
camp in Presevo, Serbia, 07 October 2015
Slovenian photographer Matic Zorman, 1st prize singles in the People category. The picture shows a child covered with a raincoat while she waits in line to register at a refugee
camp in Presevo, Serbia, 07 October 2015
Slovenian photographer Matic Zorman, 1st prize singles in the People category. The picture shows a child covered with a raincoat while she waits in line to register at a refugee camp in Presevo, Serbia, 07 October 2015
© EPA/MATIC ZORMAN/HANDOUT
Japanese photographer Kazuma Obara, 1st prize stories in the People category. The world's worst nuclear accident happened on 26 April 1986 at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. Just 5 months after the disaster, a girl was born in Kiev 100 km south from Chernobyl. The wind included a great amount of radioactive elements, and the girl became one of the victims of the tragedy. This series of pictures represent the last 30 years of the life of that invisible girl. All pictures taken on old Ukrainian color negative films, which were found in the city of Pripyat, located 5 km from the Chernobyl nuclear power plant
Japanese photographer Kazuma Obara, 1st prize stories in the People category. The world's worst nuclear accident happened on 26 April 1986 at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. Just 5 months after the disaster, a girl was born in Kiev 100 km south from Chernobyl. The wind included a great amount of radioactive elements, and the girl became one of the victims of the tragedy. This series of pictures represent the last 30 years of the life of that invisible girl. All pictures taken on old Ukrainian color negative films, which were found in the city of Pripyat, located 5 km from the Chernobyl nuclear power plant
Japanese photographer Kazuma Obara, 1st prize stories in the People category. The world's worst nuclear accident happened on 26 April 1986 at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. Just 5 months after the disaster, a girl was born in Kiev 100 km south from Chernobyl. The wind included a great amount of radioactive elements, and the girl became one of the victims of the tragedy. This series of pictures represent the last 30 years of the life of that invisible girl. All pictures taken on old Ukrainian color negative films, which were found in the city of Pripyat, located 5 km from the Chernobyl nuclear power plant
© EPA/KAZUMA OBARA/HANDOUT
Canadian photographer Kevin Frayer, for Getty Images, 1st prize singles in the Daily Life category. The picture shows Chinese men pulling a tricycle in a neighborhood next to a coal-fired power plant in Shanxi, China, on 26 November 2015
Canadian photographer Kevin Frayer, for Getty Images, 1st prize singles in the Daily Life category. The picture shows Chinese men pulling a tricycle in a neighborhood next to a coal-fired power plant in Shanxi, China, on 26 November 2015
Canadian photographer Kevin Frayer, for Getty Images, 1st prize singles in the Daily Life category. The picture shows Chinese men pulling a tricycle in a neighborhood next to a coal-fired power plant in Shanxi, China, on 26 November 2015
© EPA/KEVIN FRAYER/GETTY IMAGES/HANDOUT
Daniel Berehulak for the New York Times, First Prize Stories in the Daily Life Category. The picture shows a Member of a German research team from the Friedrich Schiller University Jena, counting the number of penguin species and pairs as part of ongoing research on bird and penguin species in Antarctica, on 7th of December, 2015 on Ardley Island, Antarctica
Daniel Berehulak for the New York Times, First Prize Stories in the Daily Life Category. The picture shows a Member of a German research team from the Friedrich Schiller University Jena, counting the number of penguin species and pairs as part of ongoing research on bird and penguin species in Antarctica, on 7th of December, 2015 on Ardley Island, Antarctica
Daniel Berehulak for the New York Times, First Prize Stories in the Daily Life Category. The picture shows a Member of a German research team from the Friedrich Schiller University Jena, counting the number of penguin species and pairs as part of ongoing research on bird and penguin species in Antarctica, on 7th of December, 2015 on Ardley Island, Antarctica
© EPA/DANIEL BEREHULAK/WORLD PRESS PHOTO/HANDOUT
Chinese photographer Zhang Lei, for Tianjin Daily, 1st prize singles in the Contemporary Issues category. The picture shows a city in northern China shrouded in haze, Tianjin, China, 10 December 2015
Chinese photographer Zhang Lei, for Tianjin Daily, 1st prize singles in the Contemporary Issues category. The picture shows a city in northern China shrouded in haze, Tianjin, China, 10 December 2015
Chinese photographer Zhang Lei, for Tianjin Daily, 1st prize singles in the Contemporary Issues category. The picture shows a city in northern China shrouded in haze, Tianjin, China, 10 December 2015
© EPA/ZHANG LEI //HANDOUT
Mario Cruz, First Prize Stories in the Contemporary Issues Category. The picture shows Abdoulaye, 15, imprisoned in one room of a daara in the Diamaguene area, city of Thies, Senegal, May 18, 2015
Mario Cruz, First Prize Stories in the Contemporary Issues Category. The picture shows Abdoulaye, 15, imprisoned in one room of a daara in the Diamaguene area, city of Thies, Senegal, May 18, 2015
Mario Cruz, First Prize Stories in the Contemporary Issues Category. The picture shows Abdoulaye, 15, imprisoned in one room of a daara in the Diamaguene area, city of Thies, Senegal, May 18, 2015
© EPA/MARIO CRUZ/WORLD PRESS PHOTO/HANDOUT
US photographer Mary F. Calvert, 1st prize in the Long Term Projects category. The series taken between 2013 and 2015 portrays women who have been raped or sexually assaulted during their service with the US Armed Forces. The picture shows US Army Spc. Natasha Schuette, 21, who was pressured not to report being assaulted by her drill sergeant during basic training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. Fayetteville, North Carolina, US, 21 March 2014
US photographer Mary F. Calvert, 1st prize in the Long Term Projects category. The series taken between 2013 and 2015 portrays women who have been raped or sexually assaulted during their service with the US Armed Forces. The picture shows US Army Spc. Natasha Schuette, 21, who was pressured not to report being assaulted by her drill sergeant during basic training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. Fayetteville, North Carolina, US, 21 March 2014
US photographer Mary F. Calvert, 1st prize in the Long Term Projects category. The series taken between 2013 and 2015 portrays women who have been raped or sexually assaulted during their service with the US Armed Forces. The picture shows US Army Spc. Natasha Schuette, 21, who was pressured not to report being assaulted by her drill sergeant during basic training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. Fayetteville, North Carolina, US, 21 March 2014
© EPA/MARY F. CALVERT/HANDOUT
Australian photographer Rohan Kelly, Daily Telegraph, 1st prize singles in the Nature category. The picture shows a massive 'cloud tsunami' looming over Sydney as a sunbather reads, oblivious to the approaching cloud on Bondi Beach, Sydney, Australia on 06 November 2015
Australian photographer Rohan Kelly, Daily Telegraph, 1st prize singles in the Nature category. The picture shows a massive 'cloud tsunami' looming over Sydney as a sunbather reads, oblivious to the approaching cloud on Bondi Beach, Sydney, Australia on 06 November 2015
Australian photographer Rohan Kelly, Daily Telegraph, 1st prize singles in the Nature category. The picture shows a massive 'cloud tsunami' looming over Sydney as a sunbather reads, oblivious to the approaching cloud on Bondi Beach, Sydney, Australia on 06 November 2015
© EPA/ROHAN KELLY/HANDOUT
US photographer Tim Laman,1st prize stories in the Nature category. The picture shows a Sumatran orangutan threatening another nearby male in the Batang Toru Forest, North Sumatra Province, Indonesia, 17 March 2014
US photographer Tim Laman,1st prize stories in the Nature category. The picture shows a Sumatran orangutan threatening another nearby male in the Batang Toru Forest, North Sumatra Province, Indonesia, 17 March 2014
US photographer Tim Laman,1st prize stories in the Nature category. The picture shows a Sumatran orangutan threatening another nearby male in the Batang Toru Forest, North Sumatra Province, Indonesia, 17 March 2014
© EPA/TIM LAMAN/HANDOUT
Austrian photographer Christian Walgram for GEPA pictures, 1st prize singles in the Sports category. The picture shows Czech Republic's Ondrej Bank crashing during the downhill race of the AlpineCombined at the FIS World Championships in Beaver Creek, Colorado, USA, on 15 February 2015
Austrian photographer Christian Walgram for GEPA pictures, 1st prize singles in the Sports category. The picture shows Czech Republic's Ondrej Bank crashing during the downhill race of the AlpineCombined at the FIS World Championships in Beaver Creek, Colorado, USA, on 15 February 2015
Austrian photographer Christian Walgram for GEPA pictures, 1st prize singles in the Sports category. The picture shows Czech Republic's Ondrej Bank crashing during the downhill race of the AlpineCombined at the FIS World Championships in Beaver Creek, Colorado, USA, on 15 February 2015
© EPA/CHRISTIAN WALGRAM/GEPA PICTURES/HANDOUT
Russian photographer Vladimir Pesnya, First Prize Stories in the Sports Category.  The picture shows the match between junior teams from Vetluga and village Sharanga in Vetluga, Russia, 19 February 2015
Russian photographer Vladimir Pesnya, First Prize Stories in the Sports Category.  The picture shows the match between junior teams from Vetluga and village Sharanga in Vetluga, Russia, 19 February 2015
Russian photographer Vladimir Pesnya, First Prize Stories in the Sports Category. The picture shows the match between junior teams from Vetluga and village Sharanga in Vetluga, Russia, 19 February 2015
© EPA/VLADIMIR PESNYA/WORLD PRESS PHOTO/HANDOUT
Sameer Al-Doumy, First Prize Stories in the Spot News Category. The picture shows smoke billowing from a building early on October 30, 2015, following reported shelling by Syrian government forces in the rebel-controlled area of Douma, east of Damascus
Sameer Al-Doumy, First Prize Stories in the Spot News Category. The picture shows smoke billowing from a building early on October 30, 2015, following reported shelling by Syrian government forces in the rebel-controlled area of Douma, east of Damascus
Sameer Al-Doumy, First Prize Stories in the Spot News Category. The picture shows smoke billowing from a building early on October 30, 2015, following reported shelling by Syrian government forces in the rebel-controlled area of Douma, east of Damascus
© EPA/SAMEER AL-DOUMY/WORLD PRESS PHOTO/HANDOUT
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Australian photographer Warren Richardson won the World Press Photo of the Year award and 1st prize singles in the Spot News category. The picture shows man passing a baby through the fence at the Serbia/Hungary border in Roeszke, Hungary, 28 August 2015
© EPA/WARREN RICHARDSON/WORLD PRESS PHOTO/HANDOUT
Russian photographer Sergey Ponomarev for The New York Times, First Prize Stories in the General News Category. The picture shows migrants and refugees arrived by boat in November 2015 near the village of Skala on the Greek island of Lesbos
© EPA/SERGEY PONOMAREV/WORLD PRESS PHOTO/HANDOUT
Brazilian photographer Mauricio Lima for The New York Times, 1st prize singles in the General News category. The picture shows a doctor rubbing ointment on the burns of a 16-year-old Islamic State fighter named Jacob at a Y.P.G. hospital compound on the outskirts of Hasaka, Syria, 01 August 2015
© EPA/MAURICIO LIMA/WORLD PRESS PHOTO/HANDOUT
Slovenian photographer Matic Zorman, 1st prize singles in the People category. The picture shows a child covered with a raincoat while she waits in line to register at a refugee camp in Presevo, Serbia, 07 October 2015
© EPA/MATIC ZORMAN/HANDOUT
Japanese photographer Kazuma Obara, 1st prize stories in the People category. The world's worst nuclear accident happened on 26 April 1986 at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. Just 5 months after the disaster, a girl was born in Kiev 100 km south from Chernobyl. The wind included a great amount of radioactive elements, and the girl became one of the victims of the tragedy. This series of pictures represent the last 30 years of the life of that invisible girl. All pictures taken on old Ukrainian color negative films, which were found in the city of Pripyat, located 5 km from the Chernobyl nuclear power plant
© EPA/KAZUMA OBARA/HANDOUT
Canadian photographer Kevin Frayer, for Getty Images, 1st prize singles in the Daily Life category. The picture shows Chinese men pulling a tricycle in a neighborhood next to a coal-fired power plant in Shanxi, China, on 26 November 2015
© EPA/KEVIN FRAYER/GETTY IMAGES/HANDOUT
Daniel Berehulak for the New York Times, First Prize Stories in the Daily Life Category. The picture shows a Member of a German research team from the Friedrich Schiller University Jena, counting the number of penguin species and pairs as part of ongoing research on bird and penguin species in Antarctica, on 7th of December, 2015 on Ardley Island, Antarctica
© EPA/DANIEL BEREHULAK/WORLD PRESS PHOTO/HANDOUT
Chinese photographer Zhang Lei, for Tianjin Daily, 1st prize singles in the Contemporary Issues category. The picture shows a city in northern China shrouded in haze, Tianjin, China, 10 December 2015
© EPA/ZHANG LEI //HANDOUT
Mario Cruz, First Prize Stories in the Contemporary Issues Category. The picture shows Abdoulaye, 15, imprisoned in one room of a daara in the Diamaguene area, city of Thies, Senegal, May 18, 2015
© EPA/MARIO CRUZ/WORLD PRESS PHOTO/HANDOUT
US photographer Mary F. Calvert, 1st prize in the Long Term Projects category. The series taken between 2013 and 2015 portrays women who have been raped or sexually assaulted during their service with the US Armed Forces. The picture shows US Army Spc. Natasha Schuette, 21, who was pressured not to report being assaulted by her drill sergeant during basic training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. Fayetteville, North Carolina, US, 21 March 2014
© EPA/MARY F. CALVERT/HANDOUT
Australian photographer Rohan Kelly, Daily Telegraph, 1st prize singles in the Nature category. The picture shows a massive 'cloud tsunami' looming over Sydney as a sunbather reads, oblivious to the approaching cloud on Bondi Beach, Sydney, Australia on 06 November 2015
© EPA/ROHAN KELLY/HANDOUT
US photographer Tim Laman,1st prize stories in the Nature category. The picture shows a Sumatran orangutan threatening another nearby male in the Batang Toru Forest, North Sumatra Province, Indonesia, 17 March 2014
© EPA/TIM LAMAN/HANDOUT
Austrian photographer Christian Walgram for GEPA pictures, 1st prize singles in the Sports category. The picture shows Czech Republic's Ondrej Bank crashing during the downhill race of the AlpineCombined at the FIS World Championships in Beaver Creek, Colorado, USA, on 15 February 2015
© EPA/CHRISTIAN WALGRAM/GEPA PICTURES/HANDOUT
Russian photographer Vladimir Pesnya, First Prize Stories in the Sports Category. The picture shows the match between junior teams from Vetluga and village Sharanga in Vetluga, Russia, 19 February 2015
© EPA/VLADIMIR PESNYA/WORLD PRESS PHOTO/HANDOUT
Sameer Al-Doumy, First Prize Stories in the Spot News Category. The picture shows smoke billowing from a building early on October 30, 2015, following reported shelling by Syrian government forces in the rebel-controlled area of Douma, east of Damascus
© EPA/SAMEER AL-DOUMY/WORLD PRESS PHOTO/HANDOUT

"Hope for a new Life" by Australian photographer Warren Richardson won the prestigious World Press Photo award on February 18. Russian photographer Vladimir Pesnya won the first prize in the category Sport for a series of photos titled "Vetluga's Hockey" and Sergey Ponomarev took first place in the category Stories in the General News Category. TASS presents collection of winning images from the 59th World Press Photo Contest.

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