Ukraine luhcilhtu Russia ralkap in Kyiv khuapi kiangah New York Times hrang hna rak ṭuan dahtu US journalist Brent Renaud an kap that.
Cuih thu cu The Newyork Times in a nemhnget ih, Kyiv pengṭhen palikbawi Andriy Nebitov khalin thutak a si thu, a rel a si.
Head of the Kyiv Police Department Andrey Nebitov said that Russian troops opened fire on a car with foreign journalists in and shot dead 51-year-old New York Times videojournalist Brent Renaud in Irpin, #Ukraine. His colleague was injured (allegedly in this video) pic.twitter.com/1OT4kdmwXK
— Hanna Liubakova (@HannaLiubakova) March 13, 2022
“Ukraine ram ih thilthleng rapthlak pholang tumtu US journalist cu rampi luhcilhtu Russia ralkap pawl in an kap that.”
“Kan ram thilthleng thu dik pholang tumin US rammi Brent Renaud a nunnak a cem, a hnaṭuanpi mipakhat hrimtuar a um” tiah Andriy Nebitov cun ti.
Media ṭhenkhat cun NYtimes hrang video a zuk lai ah a nunnak a liam tiah an tarlang nan, New York Times deputy managing editor Cliff Levy cun “Ukraine ram ah American journalist Brent Renaud a thi thu, riahsiaza thuthang kan thei. Amah hi mizuk le zuknung tuah thiam zet a si, Nan, tuṭum hi NYtimes hrangah Ukraine ah a feh mi a si lo” tiah a ti.
.@nytimes is deeply saddened to learn of the death of an American journalist in Ukraine, Brent Renaud.
Brent was a talented photographer and filmmaker, but he was not on assignment for @nytimes in Ukraine.
Full statement is here. pic.twitter.com/bRcrnNDacQ
— Cliff Levy (@cliffordlevy) March 13, 2022
Ram mi ngaihventhei zettu US cozah hin American journalist Brent Renaud thih thu ah ziangtin an thungrul ding timi cu atufang leitlun mipi ih thlirbikmi thuhlapi pakhat a si.