NATIONAL PRINT
Alex Spillius for his articles from Afghanistan for the Daily Telegraph
David Harrison with Melissa Jones for articles "Black Gold Fuels Colombia Killing Machine" for The Observer

PERIODICALS
Lara Marlowe for her article "Where Girls are Killed for Going to School" for Marie Claire

TELEVISION NEWS
Saira Shah for her ITN Channel Four News report from Afghanistan, "Women under the Veil"

TELEVISION DOCUMENTARY
Channel Four Witness "Rwanda - The Betrayal" - presented by Lindsey Hilsum produced and directed by Peter Bate of Blackstone Pictures

RADIO
BBC Radio South "Chocolate Soldier from the USA" produced by Marc Jobst, presented by George Pixley

PHOTOJOURNALISM Gary Knight for his photographs "The Highway to Hell" of Rwandan refugees

Television Documentary

Channel Four Witness "Rwanda - The Betrayal"
presented by Lindsey Hilsum
produced and directed by Peter Bate of Blackstone Pictures

Video clip from 'Rwanda - The Betrayal'

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"I think the ethnic element was at play. In the country, according to official propaganda it was Tutsis who had attacked the Hutus, for certain. So there were some even among the priests and perhaps the bishops who believed that it was legitimate defence to kill people of the other ethnic groups."




"How can they be good Christians, those who destroyed the church?

They killed people inside the church, then came to pray in it. People fled to the church. They thought they would be saved but it became the worst place to be. It was where most people died."



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