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Award-wining Belarusian journalist Pavel Sheremet murdered in Kiev



Ukrainian journalist Pavel Sheremet, working for the investigation site Ukrayinska Pravda, was killed on 20 July 2016 by the explosion of a car bomb in the center of Kiev, have we learned from the Interior Ministry.

Pavel Sheremet, 44, was on his workplace in a vehicle belonging to the owner of Ukrayinska Pravda when the car was blown up, said an adviser to the interior minister. Two witnesses said they saw an explosion in the journalist's car.
The investigative journalist obtained international distinction with his coverage of political oppression in his home country Belarus.

According to Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko “his death is an attempt to destabilise the country. Others say it is an attack on freedom of information. US State Department expressed disbelief at the killing of Pavel Sheremet and said the FBI is helping Ukrainian authorities in their investigations, a communiqué told. UNESCO Director-General Irina Bokova condemned the assassination of Pavel Sheremet and urged the authorities to bring those responsible to justice.

Pavel Sheremet has been laid to rest in his native Belarus. Thousands of mourners gathered to lay flowers on Pavel Sheremet’s grave and at a funeral ceremony at the Church of All Saints in Minsk. Ukrayinska Pravda was founded by Georgiy Gongadze, an investigative journalist killed 16 years ago whose murder helped to bring the Orange Revolution.






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