Love, death and destruction: All about the winners of the World Press Photo

Disturbing Moonlit image of a baby passes under barbed wire by migrants won the World Press Photo 2015 award.

The unprecedented image was taken by photographer Warren Richardson on Aug. 28 on the border of Hungary and Serbia

Several were the winners in the categories of news focused on the immigration crisis and its causes – the war in Syria.

In this image released by World Press Photo shows the World Press Photo of the Year titled "Hope for a New Life" by photographer Warren Richardson.  The picture won a first prize Also in the Spot News Singles category and shows a man passing a baby through the fence at the Serbia-Hungary border in Roszke, Hungary, Aug. 28, 2015. (Warren Richardson, World Press Photo via AP)

Photo in black and white published was not taken by photographer Warren Richardson on August 28 near the border crossing point in Röszke Hungary as migrants tried to enter Europe before the Hungarian authorities.

‘If I had used a flash, I have given her away from the Hungarian police position, “Richardson, who camped out for days at the border to document the passage of migrants said.

In this image released by World Press Photo titled "A Life in Death" by photographer Nacy won second prize Borowick Which Long Term Projects shows Howie and Laurel Borowick embrace in the bedroom of Their home.  In Their 34- year marriage, They Were diagnosed with stage-four cancer With the same time at.  New York, USA, March 8, 2013. A daughter her own photographs Parents Who Were In parallel treatment for stage-four cancer, side by side.  The project looks at love, life, and living, in the face of death.  It honors Their memory by focusing on Their strength and love, Both individually and together, and shares the story of the end Their chapters, each of Within a year other.  (Nancy Borowick, World Press Photo via AP)

“A life in death,” which won the second long-term projects shows Howie and Laurel Borowick hugging in the bedroom of his home prize. In his year of marriage both were diagnosed with cancer at a time.

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Hard times for the orangutans’ won first prize in the category of stories of nature. It shows an escalation of more than 30 meters up a tree in the rainforest of Gunung Palung National Park, West Kalimantan, Indonesia.

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The picture shows residents through their destroyed homes, gathering the salvageable belongings on April 29, 2015 in Nepal.

In this image released by World Press Photo titled "The Maya Tradition" by Associated Press photographer Daniel Ochoa de Olza Which won second prize People stories shows young girls Between the age of 7 and 11 are Chosen every year as' Maya 'for the' The Maya ', a festival derived from pagan rites celebrating the arrival of spring, in the town of Colmenar Viejo, Spain.  The girls are required to sit still for a couple of hours in a decorated altar.  (Daniel Ochoa de Olza / AP, World Press Photo via AP)

‘The Maya Tradition’ won second prize in the stories of the people.

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It shows young people between the ages of 7 and 11 who are elected each year as ‘Maya’ for “The Mayas in the town of Colmenar Viejo, Spain.

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This image shows Syrians fleeing across border fences broken down illegally enter Turkish territory, near the intersection of the Turkish border in Akcakale in the province of Sanliurfa war. The image highlights the worst migration crisis in Europe since World War II.

In this image released by World Press Photo titled "IS Fighter Treated at Kurdish Hospital" by photographer Mauricio Lima for The New York Times Which won a first prize in the General News Singles category shows a doctor rubbing ointment on the burns of a 16-year -old Islamic State fighter named Jacob in front of a poster of Abdullah Ocalan, the jailed leader of the Kurdistan Workers' Party, YPG at a hospital compound on the outskirts of Hasaka, Syria, August 1, 2015. (Mauricio Lima / The New YorkTimes, World Press Photo via AP)

‘ISIS fighter in the Kurdish Hospital treated’ won first prize in the general news singles category. It shows a doctor rubbing an ointment burns a 16-year-old fighter of the Islamic State in front of a poster of Abdullah Ocalan, the imprisoned leader of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party.

In this image released by World Press Photo titled "A Life in Death" by photographer Nacy won second prize Borowick Which Long Term Projects shows Howie and Laurel Borowick sitting next to the bathroom telephone As They receive The most recent news from Their oncologist.  New York, US, March 8, 2013. A daughter her own photographs Parents Who Were In parallel treatment for stage-four cancer, side by side.  The project looks at love, life, and living, in the face of death.  It honors Their memory by focusing on Their strength and love, Both individually and together, and shares the story of the end Their chapters, each of Within a year other.  (Nancy Borowick, World Press Photo via AP)

“A life in death ‘Howie and Laurel Borowick shown sitting by the phone in the bathroom as receiving the latest news from his oncologist.

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The image shows a Pongo pygmaeus seen through smoke from forest fires Mangkutup along the river, Central Kalimantan Province, Indonesia.

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In the picture, a fighter Lords Resistance Army (LRA) holding two ivory tusks. The Ivory is a means of financing the LRA and used for food supply and cutting weapon both.

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The image titled ‘expected to record’ First prize in the category of individuals, which shows a child that is covered with a waterproof while waiting in line to register at a refugee camp in Presevo, Serbia.

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The image shows a wounded Syrian girl who clings to a relative. She awaits treatment by doctors in a makeshift hospital in the rebel-controlled area of Douma, east of the capital Damascus, after air strikes reported in the city on May 11 2015.

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The image shows a Syrian man carrying the body of a child killed in an air strike by government forces reported in the rebel-controlled area of Douma, east of the capital Damascus, 07 November 2015.

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The image shows migrants walking on a levee when the Slovenes riot police accompanied a record field outside Dobova.

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The image shows a wounded Syrian girl looking for a hospital shift in the area controlled by the rebels in Douma area, east of the capital Damascus, after aerial bombardments and attacks by Syrian government forces on 22 August 2015.

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This photo shows a Syrian boy fleeing the war rose over the border fences to illegally enter Turkish territory, near the intersection of the Turkish border in Akcakale in the province of Sanliurfa.

In this image released by World Press Photo titled "Reporting Europe's Refugee Crisis" by photographer Sergey Ponomarev for The New York Times Which won the first prize in the General News Stories category Refugees shows arriving by boat near the village of Skala on Lesbos, Greece, 16 November 2015. (Sergey Ponomarev for The New York Times, World Press Photo via AP)

‘Reports of European refugee crisis’ shows refugees arriving by boat near the village of Skala in Lesbos, Greece.

In this image released by World Press Photo titled "Aftermath of airstrikes in Syria" by photographer Sameer Al-Doumy for AFP Which won the first prize in the Spot News Stories category shows a wounded man walking out of a dust cloud following Reported airstrikes in the town of Hamouria, Syria, Dec. 9, 2015. (Sameer Al-Doumy / AFP, World Press Photo via AP)

‘Consequences of airstrikes in Syria’ won first prize in the Spot News Stories category and shows a wounded man emerging from a cloud of dust behind airstrikes reported in the city of Hamouria, Syria on December 9, 2015.

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Rescuers using an improvised stretcher to carry an injured person after an avalanche triggered by an earthquake flattened parts of the Everest base camp.

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The image shows the increase in the flames of the burning funeral pyres during the cremation of earthquake victims in Pashupatinath Temple on the banks of the Bagmati River on April 28, 2015, in Kathmandu, Nepal.

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Bishnu Gurung (3L) crying as the body of his daughter, Rejina Gurung, 3, (invisible) is represented, is recovered from the rubble of his destroyed house earthquake, May 8, 2015 in the village of Gumda, Nepal. The neighbors discovered the body of the little girl.

In this image released by World Press Photo titled "The Power of Nature" by photographer Sergio Tapiro Which won the third prize in the Nature Singles category shows a powerful night blast of the Colima Volcano With lightning, ballistic projectiles and incandescent rockfalls, Comala municipality in Colima, Mexico, 13 December 2015. (Sergio Tapiro, World Press Photo via AP)

“The power of Nature ‘shows a powerful explosion on the night of Colima Volcano with lightning, landslides ballistic missiles and incandescent rocks, municipality of Comala in Colima, Mexico.

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The image shows Darlene Matthews homeless veterans in his car in Costa Mesa, California, USA

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Schuette Natasha, 21, who was pressured not to report being assaulted by his drill sergeant during basic training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. Fayetteville, North Carolina, United States, March 21, 2014 established imagined.

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The image shows Connie Sue Foss retired to his own thoughts while her daughter is close to the bathroom door of his apartment in Spring Hill, Florida, USA, January 5, 2014.

In this image released by World Press Photo titled "Amazon's Munduruku Tribe" by photographer Mauricio Lima for The New York Times Which won second prize in the Daily Life Singles category shows indigenous Munduruku children playing in the Tapajos river in the tribal area of Sawre Muybu, Itaituba, Brazil, Feb. 10, 2015. The tribesmen of the Munduruku, WHO for centuries the Tapajos River sanctified Have Which Their villages sit on, are fighting for survival.  Brazil ?? s government plans to flood much of Their land to build a $ 9.9 billion hydroelectric dam, the Sao Luiz do Tapajos, as part of a wider energy strategy across the Amazon rainforest.  (Mauricio Lima / The New York Times, World Press Photo via AP)

‘From Amazon Mundurukú tribe’ he won second prize in the Daily Life category showing Munduruku indigenous children playing in the Tapajós River in the tribal area Sawre Muybu, Itaituba, Brazil.

In this image released by World Press Photo titled "Storm Front on Bondi Beach" by photographer Rohan Kelly for the Daily Telegraph Which won first prize in the Nature Singles category shows a massive cloud tsunami looming over Sydney as a sunbather reads, oblivious to the approaching cloud on Bondi Beach, Sydney, Australia, Nov. 6, 2015. (Rohan Kelly / Daily Telegraph, World Press Photo via AP)

Storm Front Bondi Beach ‘won first prize in the individual category Nature, showing a huge tsunami that hangs over Sydney as a bather read, oblivious to the cloud approaching on Bondi Beach, Sydney.

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“One of the advantages of Antarctica ‘Daily won first prize stories of life.a priest looking into the room Bell, after a vigil at the Russian Orthodox Church of the Holy Trinity, Fildes Bay, Antarctica shown.

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The Forgotten Mountains of Sudan “which won the second prize in the category of contemporary issues singles shows Adam Abdel, 7, who suffered serious burns after a bomb was dropped by an Antonov aircraft of the Sudanese government next to his family home in Burgu, Sudan.

In this image released by World Press Photo titled "Emily and Kate and Eddie and Reid" by photographer Sara Naomi Lewkowicz Which won a third prize in the Contemporary Issues Stories category shows Kate Often company while keeping Emily She Took baths.  Late in the pregnancy, eleven Particularly Emily was overdue, She Said That baths Were one of the Easiest ways to relax her body.  Kate, WHO Became pregnant three weeks later than Emily, Showed less, and the two would compare Often Their baby bumps and talk to each other ?? s bellies.  Maplewood, New Jersey, USA, Nov. 29, 2015, Although They Had not planned it, Emily and Kate got pregnant Within weeks of each other through artificial insemination and in vitro fertilization, respectively.  Their sons Were Born Within four days of each other, and the couple embraced the challenge of raising the two babies at once.  (Sara Naomi Lewkowicz, World Press Photo via AP)

‘Emily and Kate and Eddie and Reid’ company doing shows Kate Emily while she bathed. Late pregnancy, particularly once Emily was defeated, she said the bathrooms were one of the easiest ways to relax your body.

In this image released by World Press Photo titled "Into the Light" by photographer Zohreh Saberi Which won the third prize in the Daily Life Singles category shows Raheleh, born Who Was blind, standing behind the window in the morning.  She likes the warmness of the sunlight on her face.  Babol, Mazandaran, Iran, Nov. 12, 2015. (Zohren Saberi / Mehrnews Agency, World Press Photo via AP)

‘Into the Light’ shows Raheleh, who was born blind, standing behind the window in the morning. She likes the warmth of sunlight on your face.

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The image shows an aerial view of the destruction after the explosion in Tianjin, China, 15 August 2015.

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The image shows Abdoulaye, 15, imprisoned in a room of a Diamaguène daara in the city of Thies, Senegal, May 18, 2015. The rooms have windows with security bars to keep the talibés no escape.

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‘FIS World Championship, “which won first prize in the category of Individual Sports shows Ondrej Bank of the Czech Republic crashed during the race downhill descent in the FIS World Championship in Beaver Creek, Colorado, USA .

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The world’s worst nuclear accident occurred on 26 April 1986 at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. Only five months after the disaster, a girl born in Kiev 100 km south of Chernobyl.

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This series of images representing the last 30 years of the life of that invisible girl.

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All pictures taken in old color negative films Ukraine, which were found in the city of Pripyat, located 5 kilometers from the Chernobyl nuclear power plant.

In this image released by World Press Photo titled "Gang-Related Violence" by photographer Niclas Which Hammarstrom won a third prize Spot News Singles category shows the body of a victim killed in gang-related violence.  This is the fourth killing related nodes have been removed on the same street in one night.  Police have no witnesses.  San Pedro Sula, Honduras, March 4, 2015. (Niclas Hammarstrom, World Press Photo via AP)

‘Violence related bands …’ won a third prize in the Spot News Singles category. the body of a dead in gang-related violence victim shown. This is the fourth gang-related killing in the street at night. The police have no witnesses.


Source: dailymail

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