Aleksandr Smirnov

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Aleksandr Smirnov

Six journalists were killed in Moscow during an October 1993 Communist hardliner uprising against Russian President Boris Yeltsin, which left scores of people dead and wounded. One journalist died of a heart attack during the siege of the Ostankino Television Center.

Yvan Scopan, a cameraman for TF-1 Television Company; Sergei Krasilnikov, a video engineer for Ostankino Television Company; Rory Peck, a cameraman for the German ARD Television Company; and Igor Belozyorov, an editor for the Ostankino State Broadcasting Company were killed in a gun battle between the hardliners and their supporters and pro-Yeltsin special forces units over control of Ostankino Television Center. Vladimir Drobyshev died of a heart attack during the clash.

Aleksandr Sidelnikov, a cameraman for Lennauchfilm Studio in St. Petersburg, and Aleksandr Smirnov, with the weekly newspaper Molodyozhny Kuryer, were killed at the Russian Parliament house when President Yeltsin ordered the military to seize the building.

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Aleksandr Sidelnikov

Six journalists were killed in Moscow during an October 1993 Communist hardliner uprising against Russian President Boris Yeltsin, which left scores of people dead and wounded. One journalist died of a heart attack during the siege of the Ostankino Television Center.

Yvan Scopan, a cameraman for TF-1 Television Company; Sergei Krasilnikov, a video engineer for Ostankino Television Company; Rory Peck, a cameraman for the German ARD Television Company; and Igor Belozyorov, an editor for the Ostankino State Broadcasting Company were killed in a gun battle between the hardliners and their supporters and pro-Yeltsin special forces units the control of Ostankino Television Center. Vladimir Drobyshev died of a heart attack during the clash.

Aleksandr Sidelnikov, a cameraman for Lennauchfilm Studio in St. Petersburg, and Aleksandr Smirnov, with the weekly newspaper Molodyozhny Kuryer, were killed at the Russian Parliament house when President Yeltsin ordered the military to seize the building. 

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Sergei Krasilnikov

Six journalists were killed in Moscow during an October 1993 Communist hardliner uprising against Russian President Boris Yeltsin, which left scores of people dead and wounded. One journalist died of a heart attack during the siege of the Ostankino Television Center.

Yvan Scopan, a cameraman for TF-1 Television Company; Sergei Krasilnikov, a video engineer for Ostankino Television Company; Rory Peck, a cameraman for the German ARD Television Company; and Igor Belozyorov, an editor for the Ostankino State Broadcasting Company were killed in a gun battle between the hardliners and their supporters and pro-Yeltsin special forces units the control of Ostankino Television Center. Vladimir Drobyshev died of a heart attack during the clash.

Aleksandr Sidelnikov, a cameraman for Lennauchfilm Studio in St. Petersburg, and Aleksandr Smirnov, with the weekly newspaper Molodyozhny Kuryer, were killed at the Russian Parliament house when President Yeltsin ordered the military to seize the building. 

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Yvan Scopan

Six journalists were killed in Moscow during an October 1993 Communist hardliner uprising against Russian President Boris Yeltsin, which left scores of people dead and wounded. One journalist died of a heart attack during the siege of the Ostankino Television Center.

Yvan Scopan, a cameraman for TF-1 Television Company; Sergei Krasilnikov, a video engineer for Ostankino Television Company; Rory Peck, a cameraman for the German ARD Television Company; and Igor Belozyorov, an editor for the Ostankino State Broadcasting Company were killed in a gun battle between the hardliners and their supporters and pro-Yeltsin special forces units the control of Ostankino Television Center. Vladimir Drobyshev died of a heart attack during the clash.

Aleksandr Sidelnikov, a cameraman for Lennauchfilm Studio in St. Petersburg, and Aleksandr Smirnov, with the weekly newspaper Molodyozhny Kuryer, were killed at the Russian Parliament house when President Yeltsin ordered the military to seize the building. 

  |   Russia

Vladimir Drobyshev

Six journalists were killed in Moscow during an October 1993 Communist hardliner uprising against Russian President Boris Yeltsin, which left scores of people dead and wounded. One journalist died of a heart attack during the siege of the Ostankino Television Center.

Yvan Scopan, a cameraman for TF-1 Television Company; Sergei Krasilnikov, a video engineer for Ostankino Television Company; Rory Peck, a cameraman for the German ARD Television Company; and Igor Belozyorov, an editor for the Ostankino State Broadcasting Company were killed in a gun battle between the hardliners and their supporters and pro-Yeltsin special forces units the control of Ostankino Television Center. Vladimir Drobyshev of Nature and Man magazine died of a heart attack during the clash.

Aleksandr Sidelnikov, a cameraman for Lennauchfilm Studio in St. Petersburg, and Aleksandr Smirnov, with the weekly newspaper Molodyozhny Kuryer, were killed at the Russian Parliament house when President Yeltsin ordered the military to seize the building. 

  |   Russia

Igor Belozyorov

Six journalists were killed in Moscow during an October 1993 Communist hardliner uprising against Russian President Boris Yeltsin, which left scores of people dead and wounded. One journalist died of a heart attack during the siege of the Ostankino Television Center.

Yvan Scopan, a cameraman for TF-1 Television Company; Sergei Krasilnikov, a video engineer for Ostankino Television Company; Rory Peck, a cameraman for the German ARD Television Company; and Igor Belozyorov, an editor for the Ostankino State Broadcasting Company were killed in a gun battle between the hardliners and their supporters and pro-Yeltsin special forces units the control of Ostankino Television Center. Vladimir Drobyshev died of a heart attack during the clash.

Aleksandr Sidelnikov, a cameraman for Lennauchfilm Studio in St. Petersburg, and Aleksandr Smirnov, with the weekly newspaper Molodyozhny Kuryer, were killed at the Russian Parliament house when President Yeltsin ordered the military to seize the building. 

  |   Russia

Rory Peck

APSix journalists were killed in Moscow during an October 1993 Communist hardliner uprising against Russian President Boris Yeltsin, which left scores of people dead and wounded. One journalist died of a heart attack during the siege of the Ostankino Television Center.

Yvan Scopan, a cameraman for TF-1 Television Company; Sergei Krasilnikov, a video engineer for Ostankino Television Company; Rory Peck, a cameraman for the German ARD Television Company; and Igor Belozyorov, an editor for the Ostankino State Broadcasting Company were killed in a gun battle between the hardliners and their supporters and pro-Yeltsin special forces units over control of Ostankino Television Center. Vladimir Drobyshev died of a heart attack during the clash.

Aleksandr Sidelnikov, a cameraman for Lennauchfilm Studio in St. Petersburg, and Aleksandr Smirnov, with the weekly newspaper Molodyozhny Kuryer, were killed at the Russian Parliament house when President Yeltsin ordered the military to seize the building. 

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