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Exercising caution on Ebola coverage

In an advisory to editors at member and customer news organizations, AP outlined the careful steps it is taking in covering the Ebola story.
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The struggle for education in Pakistan

Two years after nearly being killed by the Taliban, Malala Yousafzai was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for her relentless efforts advocating women's rights to education. This series of images focuses on the education of young girls in Yousafzai's hometown of Mingora, in the Swat Valley, and in the outskirts of Islamabad.
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Gannon vows return to Afghanistan

Veteran AP correspondent Kathy Gannon was covering the transport of ballots in Afghanistan with AP photographer Anja Niedringhaus when a gunman opened fire on their vehicle. In her first interview since the attack, Gannon speaks about her recovery, her bond with Niedringhaus and why she vows to continue reporting from Afghanistan.
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AP announces winners of the 2014 Oliver S. Gramling Awards

Journalists based in Pakistan, the United Arab Emirates, Idaho and New York are among the winners of the 2014 Oliver S. Gramling Awards, the highest staff honor of The Associated Press. The Gramling Awards were created in 1994 to honor AP staffers for excellence. Each year a committee selects winners in four categories – journalism, achievement, scholarship and spirit. Awards range from $3,000 to $10,000. The funds come from an estate set up by the late AP broadcast executive Oliver S. Gramling. 

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