Testimony: “We were filming fleeing refugees” In a video on social media, you may hear a version describing how one of the two injured journalists was shot and attacked by the Russians. “They were filming fleeing refugees,” he says.
Kiev’s police chief on Facebook – Renat would have been shot by the Russian army. According to Ukrainform, Kiev region police chief Andrei Nepidov posted the announcement on Facebook. “Occupiers are viciously killing even international journalists trying to show the truth about the atrocities of Russian troops in Ukraine – he writes on social media – that the 51-year-old New York Times reporter was killed in Irbine.”
The slain journalist is not on duty for the NYT
“We are deeply saddened by the death of Brent Renat. He was a talented photographer and director who collaborated with us over the years.” The New York Times writes in a statement after Renat’s assassination in Irfin. “Although he has collaborated with NYT in the past (most recently in 2015), he did not go to Ukraine for the newspaper. Initial information indicates that he worked for us with the newspaper cover he was given. For a mission many years ago”, reads the note again.
White House: “Russia’s actions will have serious consequences” Russia will face “severe consequences” for its actions. Jack Sullivan, the White House’s national security adviser, spoke to CNN shortly after news broke that an American videographer had been killed in Ukraine.
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