‘Kept in dug-out with sacks on our heads, hands & legs tied’: Russian journos on Ukraine detention
Russian journalists are speaking on their detention in Ukraine, saying they were kept in a dug-out cell, with sacks on our heads, hands and legs tied. They were also threatened with firearms.
Based on a Google search, this news appears to be blacklisted in the western media
Italian journalist, his interpreter killed in mortar attack near Ukraine's Slavyansk
An Italian journalist and his interpreter were killed in a mortar attack near the city of Slavyansk in Eastern Ukraine. A French stringer was wounded, a source at the Slavyansk militia headquarters told TASS.
Graham Phillips on his detention by Kiev security forces
After 36 hours of detention and questioning by various security forces, suspecting him of spying for Russia, British journalist Graham Phillips has been released without any charges pressed. The RT contributor described his time spent captive.
‘Things escalated when they saw I work for RT’
‘I was held at a gun point and that was quite dramatic’
‘Are you the guy with a bounty on your head?’
The Guardian's version of events is HERE
For 'balance' here are details of VICE reporter Simon Ostrovsky's captivity in April.
By comparison his captivity sounds relatively civilised compared to that meted out by Ukrainian security forces to the two Russian reporters, despite the description of the treatment of American media (who prefer to ignore the other stories) as 'brutal"