In Ukraine, press freedom conditions continue to deteriorate. A reporter in Crimea flees after police interrogation; Russian photojournalist Andrei Stenin becomes the seventh media worker to die while covering the conflict; and at least five Ukrainian journalists continue to be held by pro-Russia separatists. The ultimate victim is the public, as these attacks send chilling messages to local newsrooms, and create a void in information, a CPJ fact-finding mission has established.
• Journalist forced into exile
• Missing Russian photojournalist killed