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By , a former managing editor of Foreign Policy.
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1st prize Spot News Singles
John Moore, USA, Getty Images
Assassination of Benazir Bhutto, Rawalpindi, Pakistan, 27 December

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Blake Hounshell is a former managing editor of Foreign Policy.

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