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4 Dec, 2023 09:17

Way of the War Reporter

"Enemy artillery won't always spend a shell on three or four people. But if they see clothes that aren't khaki, but blue… like most journalists', then, yeah, we're an enticing target," says war correspondent Denis Kulaga. International law prohibits the targeting of war correspondents; however, Ukrainian soldiers have long disregarded this rule. To protect themselves, journalists and their entourages have had to abandon their blue vests and helmets, replacing them with camouflaged ones. What other vital rules should every war correspondent follow to ensure their safety?

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