‘Myrotvorets’ website published an updated list of Donbas war journalists in self-styled People’s Republics of Donetsk and Luhansk. The website also apologized for the previously published data, since it was ‘outdated’: ‘The thing is, that the data published on the website was received from the so-called Minister of Propaganda of the Donetsk People’s Republic Olena Nikitina (Pushylina) in December 2015. Back then, it contained only 4,000 entries. The updated information, received from Nikitina’s Deputy is from February 2016 and contains 5,412 entries: 2,082 – Russian journalists, 1,816 – journalists from other countries’.
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Earlier, on May 10, 'Myrotvorets' published a list of journalists, who received accreditation in the so-called 'Donetsk People’s Republic' ('DPR'). Several thousand Ukrainian and international journalists appear in the list (AFP, Al Jazeera, BBC, Reuters, France 24, Sky-news, CNN, Associated Press, The Guardian and etc.).
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On May 13, service “Myrotvorets” has published a message, informing that it stops working, but restarted on May 19.