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A woman and children hide inside Westgate Mall during an attack by militants in Nairobi, Kenya, Sept. 21, 2013. (Tyler Hicks / The New York Times)

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Tyler Hicks / The New York Times

Police officers search for gunmen at Westgate Mall in Nairobi, Kenya, Sept. 21, 2013. A group of armed men attacked the upscale shopping mall, killing at least 30 people, according to the Kenyan Red Cross, and wounding more than 50. Police officers were still searching for the gunmen at nightfall. (Tyler Hicks / The New York Times)

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Tyler Hicks / The New York Times

A woman leaps from a vent in a sushi restaurant where she took refuge during the attacks at the Westgate Mall in Nairobi, Sept. 21, 2013. (Tyler Hicks / The New York Times)

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Tyler Hicks / The New York Times

People assist injured shoppers while authorities search for gunmen at the Westgate mall in Nairobi, Kenya, Sept. 21, 2013. (Tyler Hicks / The New York Times)

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Tyler Hicks / The New York Times

Family, friends and colleagues attend the funeral of Ruth Njeri Macharia at Langata Cemetery in Nairobi, Kenya, Sept. 27, 2013. Macharia, who worked at the Westgate Mall's Art Cafe in Nairobi, was killed in the terrorist attack at the mall. (Tyler Hicks / The New York Times)

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Tyler Hicks / The New York Times

Photographer Tyler Hicks of The New York Times, center, is applauded by his colleagues in the newsroom after it was announced he had won the Pulitzer Prize in breaking news photography for his coverage of a deadly terrorist attack at an upscale mall in Nairobi, Kenya. Another photographer for The Times, Josh Haner, was awarded the Pulitzer in feature photography for his images of the slow and painful recovery process for a survivor of the Boston Marathon bombing. (Ruth Fremson / The New York Times)

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Ruth Fremson / The New York Times

Jeff Bauman, who lost his lower legs in the Boston Marathon bombings, rests between occupational therapy sessions at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Boston, May 8, 2013. Bauman went to the Boston Marathon to see his girlfriend run, but now his supporters are watching his struggle to walk again. (Josh Haner / The New York Times)

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Josh Haner / The New York Times

Jeff Bauman, who lost his lower legs in the Boston Marathon bombings, walks on his own for the first time since the marathon at a final fitting for his prosthetic legs, May 31, 2013. The knees in his new legs have microprocessors that can be programmed to follow his gait, to swing as he steps. Behind Bauman is his girlfriend, Erin Hurley, left, and a prosthetist, Julianne Mason. (Josh Haner / The New York Times)

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Josh Haner / The New York Times

Jeff Bauman, who lost his lower legs in the Boston Marathon bombings, has the sutures removed from what was left of his legs at Boston Medical Center in Boston, May 15, 2013. (Josh Haner / The New York Times

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Josh Haner / The New York Times

Michele McNally, center, director of photography and assistant managing editor of The New York Times, is flanked by photographers Tyler Hicks, left, and Josh Haner after it was announced in the New York newsroom that the pair had won Pulitzer Prizes for their work. (Richard Perry / The New York Times)

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Richard Perry / The New York Times

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The New York Times took both photography award categories in the 2014 Pulitzer Prizes.

Tyler HicksTyler Hicks, right, received the Breaking News Photography award for “his compelling pictures that showed skill and bravery in documenting the unfolding terrorist attack at Westgate Mall in Kenya,” according to the citation.

Also nominated as finalists in this category, according to the Pulitzer Prizes announcement, were John Tlumacki and David L. Ryan of The Boston Globe for “their searing photographs that captured the shock, chaos and heroism after the bloody Boston Marathon bombings;” and Goran Tomasevic of Reuters for “his sequence of photographs that chronicle two hours of fierce combat on the rebel front line in Syria’s civil war.”

Josh HanerJosh Haner, right, won for Feature Photography for “his moving essay on a Boston Marathon bomb blast victim who lost most of both legs and now is painfully rebuilding his life,” according to the citation.

Also nominated as finalists were Lacy Atkins of the San Francisco Chronicle for “her revealing portrait of an Oakland school’s efforts to help African American boys avoid neighborhood risks and profit from education;” and Michael Williamson of The Washington Post for “his portfolio of pictures exploring the multifaceted impact of the nation’s food stamp program on 47 million recipients.”

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