01/12/13 21:26 CET
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Euronews’ cameraman Roman Kupriyanov was among those been beaten by riot police whicle he was covering the anti-government demonstration in Kiev.
He was one of several media personnel who claim to have been deliberately targeted by the riot police. He had to have emergency treatment for a head wound on the street where the incident happened.
He had not been involved in reacting to the police and had not confronted them, he confirmed. He has suffered concussion.
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