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In Dnipropetrovsk, police would not let journalists film news story near airport

17.07.2014, 00:24

On July 12,  police officers would not allow journalists of the TV and Radio Company ‘Ukrayina’ film a news story near the building of the airport in Dnipropetrovsk. This was reported by the ‘Ukrayina’ correspondent in Dnipropetrovsk, Natalia Husak.

The ‘Ukrayina’ journalists were filming their news story about arrival of those wounded in the anti-terrorist operation zone. Two armed police groups arrived to take the journalists away.

Husak tried to explain to them that they just wanted to film the ambulances but the police insisted that they had no such right. The filming crew left. 

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