Russia Today claims its filming crew got under fire in Donetsk region
On February 6, the Russian TV channel Russia Today informs that five members of its filming crew - correspondents Roman Kosariov and Anna Knyshenko, as well as its camera operator Serhiy Hrushyn, assistant operator Mykola Bocharov and stringer Pavlo Klimov - got under fire near the town of Vuhlehirsk, Donetska oblast. This was reported by Telekrytyka with reference to the TV channel's website. According to RT, this took place near a checkpoint on the exit from Vuhlehirsk. the filming crew sustained no injuries. The crew believes they were shot at by a Ukrainian sniper.
According to RT, the journalists of the TV channel 'Rossia 24', among which the channel's correposndent Artem Kol, also got under fire at that checkpoint.