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Mashable: For pro-Russia militants, Ukraine's journalists are bargaining chips

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April 29, 2014, 2:26 p.m. | Ukraine — by Christopher J. Miller

Ukrainian photojournalist Yevhen Hapych was abducted by pro-Russian militants and is believed to be held in Sloviansk.
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Christopher J. Miller

Christopher J. Miller is an American editor at the Kyiv Post. He is also a regular contributor to Mashable, and has written for GlobalPost, The Times, The Telegraph, The Independent and others. A former U.S. Peace Corps volunteer (Artemivsk, Donetsk Oblast, 2010-2012), he can be reached at millerjchristopher@gmail.com.

KIEV, Ukraine — With tears running down his cheeks, Ukrainian photojournalist Yevhen Hapych tells a nightmare of a story about the time he and his brother were kidnapped and subjected to psychological and physical torture.

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