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Craig Walker of the Denver Post has won the Newspaper Photographer of the Year award in the 2011 Pictures of the Year International competition. Judges cited his portfolio for a balance of esthetics and journalistic content, and noted that it included “a stunning project” on war veterans who suffer from post traumatic stress disorder. (Walker won the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for feature photography for a project about a teenager who joins the Army to fight in Iraq.)

Runners up for POYi’s Newspaper Photographer of the Year were Morten Germund and Jacob Ehrbahn of Politiken, a daily newspaper in Copenhagen, Denmark that has a reputation for the strength of its photojournalism.

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