A haunting image of a little girl crying helplessly as she and her mother were taken into custody by US border officials has snagged the prestigious World Press Photo Award this year at a ceremony held in Amsterdam yesterday. Visitors to the National Museum of Singapore will have the opportunity to view this emotive image taken by veteran Getty photographer John Moore. The photograph is among the many award-winning photos to be featured at the World Press Photo Exhibition Presented by The Straits Times, this year's showcase will run from Oct 4 to The venue supporter is the National Museum of Singapore.
'Crying girl' picture near US border wins World Press Photo of the Year - CNN
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