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Roy Gutman

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Newsday reporter Roy Gutman wins the 1993 Pulitzer Prize for stories revealing the horrors of ethnic warfare in the former Yugoslavia. His reports free 6,000 men waiting to die in Serb-run concentrations camps. Gutman is the author of A Witness to Genocide (1993) and co-edits Crimes of War: What the Public Should Know (1999), outlining major war crimes and legal terms.