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Mimi Chakarova accepts her Daniel Pearl Award. Photojournalist Chakarova profiled in riveting detail the underground criminal networks and the experiences of Eastern European women forced into prostitution abroad. (Photo by Kateryna Panova, Kyiv Post)


Photo gallery of the 7th Global Investigative Journalism Conference

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