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WARSAW, July 27. /ITAR-TASS/. A Polish female journalist working for the Ukrainian TV channel Espresso TV has been wounded in combat operation in eastern Ukraine, the Polish foreign ministry said on Sunday.
The ministry said Bianca Zalewska was badly wounded but was able to get in contact with the Polish foreign ministry. She was taken to a hospital in Kharkov.
Zalewska was wounded on Saturday near the town of Starobelsk in Ukraine’s eastern Lugansk region. She was in a car with other members of the TV crew when it came under fire and overturned.