Sky News special correspondent Alex Crawford's brave reporting from Libya has provided ample evidence of why she wins so many awards.
Crawford, along with cameraman Martin Smith and deputy foreign editor Tim Miller, were the only western journalists in the rebel-held town of Zawiyah as it came under attack from pro-Gaddafi forces at the beginning of March.
With the town sealed off and internet access shut down Crawford and her team were the eyes and ears of the world. As Gaddafi told journalists that rebels in the town had been defeated and that it supported him, Crawford's reports showed thousands demonstrating against his rule, and civilians being fired on.
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