The New Yorker’s Ben Taub Wins a George Polk Award

The New Yorker staff writer Ben Taub has won a George Polk Award for his story “Shallow Graves,” about how the effort to eliminate ISIS in Iraq has led to mass executions, detainment camps, and a culture of revenge that is corroding the country from within.


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