May 16, 2018
Reuters has been named a finalist for 11 Society of Publishers in Asia (SOPA) Awards, which honor editorial excellence in both traditional and new media in Asia.
Reuters coverage of Duterte’s war on drugs is a finalist for Excellence in Human Rights Reporting, Excellence in Information Graphics and Excellence in Investigative Reporting. The coverage also recently won a Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting.
Coverage of the Rohingya crisis in Myanmar is a finalist for Excellence in Journalistic Innovation and the SOPA Award for Public Service Journalism.
Other finalists include:
—Excellence in Journalistic Innovation - Where tourism meets tanks
—Excellence in Arts & Culture Reporting - Uncovering North Korean food and art
—Excellence in Information Graphics - The fire and fury behind North Korea’s weapons
—Excellence in Reporting Breaking News - The Battle for Marawi
—Excellence in Photography - Along The Ganges
—The Scoop Award - How North Korea evades sanctions. - Reuters
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