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Sievierodonetsk ceasefire broken, French journalist killed

Ukrainian servicemen walk past a building heavily damaged in a Russian bombing in Bakhmut in 28 May 2022
Ukrainian servicemen walk past a building heavily damaged in a Russian bombing in Bakhmut in 28 May 2022 Copyright AP Photo/Francisco Seco
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By Euronews with AP, AFP, Reuters
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A French journalist was killed near Severodonetsk in Ukraine after the vehicle he was in came under fire, according to Luhansk’s regional governor Serhiy Haidai. The journalist was not named.

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A French journalist has been killed near Severodonetsk in Ukraine after the vehicle he was in came under fire, according to a statement posted on Monday by Luhansk’s regional governor Serhiy Haidai.

Fighting has intensified in the eastern Ukrainian city of Sievierodonetsk, with Russian and Ukrainian troops trading blows in fierce close-quarter combat. Ukrainian officials claim that Russian artillery barrages have destroyed critical infrastructure and damaged 90% of the buildings in the city.

Follow Monday developments as they unfolded in our live blog below.

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