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Evidence suggests Russia has been deliberately targeting journalists in Ukraine — a war crime
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Dec. 3, 2010, 6 p.m.

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Evidence suggests Russia has been deliberately targeting journalists in Ukraine — a war crime
“It is essential — for us all — that the protections afforded to journalists under international law are scrupulously upheld, and those responsible for their deaths are caught and face the consequences.”
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“I find it counterproductive to take a cynical view on tactics that help keep high-quality journalism freely accessible to all Americans.”
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Long before the Panama Papers and other high-profile international projects, a global network of investigative journalists collaborated over snail mail.