Ukrainian journalist Maks Levin 'executed in cold blood,' report says

Levin, a Ukrainian photojournalist who worked with a number of major Western news outlets including Reuters and the BBC disappeared on March 13 while covering Russia’s assault on the Ukrainian capital Kyiv. His body was discovered on April 1.RSF said it sent two investigators two Ukraine from May 24 to June 3 and that they concluded Levin, and a friend he was with, “were executed in cold blood.””The evidence against the Russian forces is overwhelming,” the NGO said in a summary.The organization said it found several bullets and cartridge casings at the scene, the identity papers of the friend and soldier that was accompanying Levin, and identified 14 bullet

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