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IMI: 16 freedom of speech violations in Ukraine in May
 07 Jun 2024
The Institute of Mass Information experts recorded 16 freedom of speech violations in Ukraine in May, according to the monthly IMI monitoring “Freedom of Speech Barometer”.

Russia’s crimes (11 cases) included abduction, TV tower shelling, and cyberattacks.

The Russian aggression resulted in the deaths of two media workers who were defending Ukraine in the ranks of the UAF:

Oleksandr Mashlay – a soldier who had been the chief editor for the socio-political newspaper and later magazine "Pravyi Postup" for a long time, killed in action in the Avdiivka area on May 7, 2024.

Iryna Tsybukh – paramedic with the Medical Volunteer Battalion "Hospitaliers". She was the regional broadcasting department manager at Suspilne and worked with Hromadske Radio as an editor and journalist. Iryna was killed in action in Kharkiv oblast on May 29.

As of June 6, a total of 81 media workers have died in Ukraine as a result of Russia's aggression, 10 having died while reporting.

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