The winners of the annual competition of photojournalism World Press Photo. The main prize went to a Japanese photographer Ashesi Chiba, the author of the picture of protests in Sudan.
"Direct voice." Anti-government protest in Khartoum, Sudan. The June 2019. (Photos) In the photo one of the protesters reads a verse during anti-government protests in Khartoum.
"The end of garbage". 1st place in the nomination "environment (history)". In this work, the photographer explored how farmers, manufacturers and governments around the world are implementing circular economy. This type of economy is based on the idea of recycling, saving used products and materials and regeneration of natural resources.
1st place in the category of breaking news (the history). The crash of the aircraft, "Ethiopian airlines". March 10, 2019 Boeing 737 MAX 8 of airlines "Ethiopian airlines" disappeared from radar air traffic controllers and crashed into a field near the airport of Addis Ababa. The accident killed 157 people.
1st place in the category "environment". Polar bear and cub learning equipment, abandoned by scientists of the German research vessel "polar star".
"The last farewell" 1st place in the category "Nature". Monthly orangutan died soon after, was found with his wounded mother on the plantation of palm oil. Sumatra, Indonesia.
"Nothing personal — back-office war." 1st place in the category "Issues". Member of the International defence exhibition IDEX 2019 removes two anti-tank rockets at the end of the exhibition day.
1st place in the category "breaking news". Clashes with police during anti-government protests in Algeria.
"The awakening". 1st place in the category "Portrait". 15-year-old Eva suffered from the forced relocation was sitting in a wheelchair surrounded by parents, in the refugee reception centre in Podkowa Lesna, Poland. June, 2019.
1st place in the category "Sport". Team "Toronto raptors" and "Philadelphia 76" in the semifinals of the NBA in Toronto, Canada. June, 2019.
"The CWC, the Genesis of the uprising of the" Photostory of the year by the jury of the World Press Photo contest. The series of photographs tells about the life of youth in Algeria. According to the UNESCO report, 72% of people over the age of 30 in the country are unemployed. In the local dialect Arabic "CWC" means "brother".