NEW YORK -- The Overseas Press Club Thursday awarded its top foreign reporting awards to the Wall Street Journal, Time magazine, CBS and the Associated Press.
Awards and citations were given to journalists in 16 categories at its annual banquet.
The list of winners:
-Class 1: The Hal Boyle Award for the best daily newspaper or wire service reporting from abroad, the Associated Press Moscow bureau correspondents, for their Armenian earthquake coverage.
Citations: Mary Ganz, of the San Francisco Examiner, for 'Japan;' and Joan Connell, of the San Jose Mercury News, for 'Korea and the Cross.'
-Class 2: The Bob Considine award for the best daily newspaper or wire service interpretation on foreign affairs, Barry Newman of the Wall Street Journal, for articles on the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe.
Citations: Sam Dillon and Andres Oppenheimer, the Miami Herald, for 'Noriega's Panama: Indictment of a System;' and Michael Dobbs, the Washington Post, for 'Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union.'
-Class 3: The Robert Capa Gold Medal for the best photographic reporting from abroad requiring exceptional courage and enterprise, Chris Steel-Perkins, Time magazine, for 'Graveside Terror.'
-Class 4: The best photographic reporting from abroad, for newspapers or wire services, Boris Yurchenko, the Associated Press, for 'Armenia's Earthquake.'
Citations: Suzanne Kreiter, the Boston Globe, for 'Nicaragua's Children of War; and Mark Keating and Mark Hinojosa, of Newsday, for 'Israel at 40: Decades of Discord.'
-Class 4: The Olivier Rebbot Award for the best photographic reporting from abroad for magazines or books, Maggie Steber, U.S. News & World Report, for 'Touching the Heart of the Matter.'
Citation: James Nachtwey, of Magnum for Time magazine, for 'Palestinian Uprising.'
-Class 5: The Ben Grauer Award for the best radio spot news from abroad, David Ben-Arieah, WCBS-AM News, for 'The Crash of Pan Am Flight 103.'
-Class 6: The Lowell Thomas Award for the best radio interpretation of foreign affairs, Alex Chadwick, National Public Radio, for 'The New Vietnam.'
Citation: Alan Berlow, National Public Radio, for 'Kampuchea: Ten Years After Liberation.'
-Class 7: Best TV spot news reporting from abroad, the CBS Evening News with Dan Rather, Dan Rather, Charles Kuralt and Tom Bettag, for 'Inside the Kremlin.'
Citations: Jon Alpert, Marty Ryan, Cliff Kappler of NBC Today, for 'John Alpert reports from Korea;' and Martin Fletcher, Tom Keenan, Jim Maceda, Maurie Moore and Victor Solis, of the NBC Nightly News for 'Martin Fletcher in Israel.'
-Class 8: The Edward R. Murrow Award for the best TV interpretation or documentary on foreign affairs, Ted Koppel and Richard Kaplan, ABC Nightline, for 'In the Holy Land.'
Citations: Andrew Heyward, of 48 Hours-CBS News, for 'In the Promised Land;' Tim Holdin, Roy Page, David Calvert, Richard O'Regan and David K. Willia, of the Christian Science Monitor Reports, for 'Iran: Inside a Nation at War.'
-Class 9: The Ed Cunningham Memorial Award for the best magazine reporing from abroad, Richard M. Smith and the Newsweek team, for 'His Game Plan: A Talk With Gorbachev.'
Citations: Colin Nickerson, the Boston Globe, for 'War Stories;' and Peter Wilkinson, Rolling Stone Magazine, for 'Nothing to Declare.'
-Class 10: The best general magazine article on foreign affairs, Karsten Prager, Murray J. Gart, Johanna McGeary, Michael Kramer and Ed Magnuson, writers and Dean Fischer and B. William Mader, reporters, Time Magazine, for 'Knowing the Enemy and Breakthrough.'
Citations: Strobe Talbott, Time Magzine, for 'Inside Moves;' William Holstein, Bert Dowling, Amy Borrus, Steven J. Dryden, Leslie Helm, Elizabeth Ehrlich, John Hoerr, Todd Mason and team, Business Week, for 'Japan's Influence in America.'