The 2005 Pulitzer Prize Winners

International Reporting

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For a distinguished example of reporting on international affairs, including United Nations correspondence, Ten thousand dollars ($10,000).

Awarded to Dele Olojede of Newsday, Long Island, N.Y., for his fresh, haunting look at Rwanda a decade after rape and genocidal slaughter had ravaged the Tutsi tribe.

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Columbia University President Lee C. Bollinger presents Dele Olojede with a 2005 Pulitzer Prize in International Reporting.

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Awarded to Kim Murphy of Los Angeles Times for her eloquent, wide ranging coverage of Russia’s struggle to cope with terrorism, improve the economy and make democracy work.

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Columbia University President Lee C. Bollinger presents Kim Murphy with a 2005 Pulitzer Prize in International Reporting.

Finalists

Also nominated as a finalist in this category was: Borzou Daragahi, a freelance journalist employed by The Star-Ledger, Newark, NJ, for his vivid, deeply reported stories on the impact of the Iraq war on citizens and soldiers alike.