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Near Kiev, Fox News journalist Benjamin Hall, who covered events in Ukraine for the TV channel, was wounded, said Suzanne Scott, CEO of Fox News Media.
According to Scott, at the moment, channel employees have little information about what happened. “Ben is hospitalized and our team on site is working to gather additional data,” she said.
Recall that Hall’s injury was announced on Monday at a briefing by Pentagon spokesman John Kirby.
On February 24, Russian President Vladimir Putin made an emergency appeal to the Russians and announced a special military operation in the Donbass. In his speech, he stated that “circumstances require decisive action from Russia” and stressed that “Russia will not allow Ukraine to have nuclear weapons.” In response to Russia’s actions, Western countries (USA, Canada, EU, UK, Japan) announced new, tougher sanctions against the Russian Federation, including financial and economic ones.
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