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The Associated Press won the Pulitzer Prize for public service for reporting on abuse in the seafood industry that helped free 2,000 slave laborers. Reuters and the New York Times shared the breaking news photography award for images of the European refugee crisis. The Pulitzer board, in conferring the most prestigious honors in U.S. journalism and the arts Monday, also honored the Los Angeles Times for breaking news reporting for its coverage of the massacre by Islamist militants in San Bernardino, California. With a record 117 Pulitzer prizes and citations before this year's announcement, the New York Times added two more in 2016, taking the prize for international reporting in addition to its photography award.The Boston Globe, the Tampa Bay Times and the New Yorker magazine won two awards each. It was the third Pulitzer for Reuters, a unit of Thomson Reuters, having won for international reporting in 2014 and for breaking news photography in 2008 .
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