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February 17, 2013 11:00 PM

McClatchy wins a Polk award for its coverage of Syria

McClatchy has won a prestigious George Polk Award for war reporting for its coverage of Syria’s civil war. The award, given by Long Island University, named McClatchy special correspondents David Enders and Austin Tice for their reporting from inside Syria, as well as European Bureau Chief Roy Gutman and Washington correspondents Hannah Allam and Jonathan S. Landay for reporting from outside Syria.

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