American journalist and filmmaker Brent Renaud was killed in Ukraine

American journalist and documentary filmmaker Brent Renaud was killed in Irpin, Ukraineaccording to police chief Kyiev.

Renaud, who New York Times Press pass and American passport have been posted on social media, is a legendary filmmaker, covering some of the worst human tragedies in the world. The New York Times said in a statement that he was not assigned to them and that their press paper with his name and photo was old.

CBS News said on Monday that it confirmed Renaud was killed by Russian forces.

He and his brother Craig, working under the Renaud Brothers moniker, have won several awards for their documentary work, including a Peabody Award and two Columbia DuPont Awards.

“A 51-year-old world-renowned media reporter was shot in Irpen today,” local police chief Andriy Nebytov posted on Facebook. Facebook. “Another journalist was injured. Now they are trying to get the victim out of the war zone. Of course, journalism is a risk, but US citizen Brent Renaud paid with his life trying to highlight the aggressor’s ingenuity, cruelty, and ruthlessness.

The brothers reported on wars in Iraq and Afghanistan as well as natural disasters like the earthquake in Haiti. He and his brother have also embraced political extremism in Egypt, Libya and throughout Africa. American journalist and filmmaker Brent Renaud was killed in Ukraine

Russell Falcon

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