American-born al-Qaeda leader Anwar Al Awlaki was killed by US drone strikes in Yemen in September 2011.
It turns out that the CIA may have gotten help from a Danish double-agent to get to their target.
Journalist Orla Borg writes for the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten. He's one of the co-winners of the European Press Prize for his story on double-agent Morten Storm.
Before becoming a double-agent, Storm says he was a biker turned Jihadist, who eventually lost his faith in Islam.
Reporter Orla Borg says he and his co-writers interviewed Storm for 120 hours to check his extraordinary account.