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Ethiopian journalist wins UK award for Tigray reporting

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Ethiopian journalist Solan Kolli has won the Rory Peck prize for his coverage of the devastating conflict in the Tigray region of his home country. "This awards means a lot to me, because it is a testament that my efforts have succeeded in shining a light in the middle of information blackouts," says the 32-year-old freelancer Kolli, who won in the news category for a report commissioned by AFP on massacres of civilians. The Rory Peck Awards highlight the work of freelance journalists around the world, often working amid great personal danger and sacrifice.

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