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Photojournalist wins award after prison time

Audio 04:38
Robin Hammond
6 min

Now in its third year, the Carmignac Foundation Photojournalism Award is a grant which allows photojournalists to spend a lengthy period of time in a country in conflict documenting the lives of the people who live there. The 2012 award went to New Zealand photographer Robin Hammond, who spent five months - one of them in prison - photographing the people of Zimbabwe.

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