NEW YORK: Coverage of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the ongoing war featured prominently in the 2023 Pulitzer Prizes announced in New York on Monday.
the The New York Times It won the international reporting category for its “unflinching” coverage of the conflict, including an eight-month investigation into Ukrainian deaths in the town of Bucha, the Pulitzer Prize board announced.
the News agency He won the Public Service Award—widely considered the top prize—for “brave” reporting on the siege of the Ukrainian port city Mariupolcaptured by Russian forces a year ago.
The agency also won the Breaking News Photography Award for “unique and urgent images” from the first weeks of the conflict, released by Russian forces in February 2022.
Elsewhere, the Los Angeles Times won a breaking news coverage award for exposing a secretly recorded conversation between local council members that included racist comments.
Journalists at The Wall Street Journal won an award for investigative reporting for stories about financial conflicts of interest among federal officials at 50 government agencies.
AL.com — a news outlet in southern Alabama — took home two awards, including one for local reporting for exposing how the local police force exploited residents to inflate its revenue. He was also awarded the Commentary Medal.


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