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Poignant shot from Gaza wins World Press Photo of the Year 2024

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Poignant shot from Gaza wins World Press Photo of the Year 2024

Poignant shot from Gaza wins World Press Photo of the Year 2024

The heartrending winning photo of this year's World Press Photo of the Year depicts a Palestinian woman cradling the body of her young niece.

WARNING: This article contains images which some readers may find distressing.


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