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Russian journalist Oksana Paulina, from the independent information website The Insider, Died following a bomb blast at a shopping center in Kiev, Improved The media this Wednesday. Oksana Paulina was documenting the devastation caused by another bombing by Russian forces on a building in the Podolsk district of the Ukrainian capital, when a new attack took place.
Except for the death of the journalist, One more person was killed and two others were injured in the attack – Two people who came with Oksana Paulina. Insider is one of the Russian media considered to be “agents from abroad” to receive funds from abroad.
Oksana Paulina, a journalist with The Insider, died in a fire in Kiev after a rocket attack on a shopping center in Bodol. https://t.co/Su1TxIibGr
– The Insider (InsiderEng) March 23, 2022
Oksana Paulina was a reporter for The Insider in Ukraine and worked extensively in Lviv and Kiev. Before covering topics related to politics, corruption and activism, Oksana spent ten years in Time Out Moscow and In Style. Later, he worked in the Anti-Corruption Fund, a.k.a. A non-profit organization created by Vladimir Putin’s main adversaryAlexei Navalny has been in prison for more than a year.
When the organization was declared extremist, Oksana left Russia to continue working for The Insider on corruption charges. “It simply came to our notice then. He is always at the forefront of any picket fight, extremely resourceful, incredibly courageous, but never irresponsible or irresponsible, and always directs his inhumane energy for the most legitimate reasons, ”journalist Alexei Kovalov wrote on Twitter.
That’s how I remember Oksana. Always at the forefront of the Strike line, he is immensely resourceful, incredibly brave, but not irresponsible or irresponsible, always directing his inhumane energy for the most legitimate reasons. She left a life for this without a second thought. pic.twitter.com/C6DoA5H5g3
– Alexei Kovalev (lexAlexey__Kovalev) March 23, 2022
In a statement issued on Wednesday, The Insider assured that the war in Ukraine would continue: “We will continue to close the war in Ukraine.
Since the beginning of the war in Ukraine Seven journalists have already died: Oxana Baulina, Dilerbek Shukurovich Shakirov, Yevgueni Sakun, Viktor Dudar, Brent Renaud, Pierre Zakrzewski and Oleksandra Kurshynova.
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