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Veteran Miami Herald photographer Patrick Farrell has been awarded journalism's biggest award, the Pulitzer Prize, for his harrowing images of the victims of the storms that ravaged Haiti in 2008.

Farrell, 49, visited Haiti four times during last year's hurricane season, capturing scenes of the dead and the survivors of a series of storms that generated devastating flooding across the impoverished nation.

He was in Haiti the night Hurricane Ike — the fourth storm to hit there in a month — washed across the already overwhelmed countryside, drowning even more homes and people. Read More here

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