The Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine reported on Saturday that Russian forces had shot and killed a Ukrainian photojournalist and that authorities had found his body. The office said in a statement on Facebook that Maxim Levin had been covering the Russian invasion, citing investigation data. Officials found his body in the Guta Mezhyhirska village. He had reportedly been struck by two gunshots from Russian forces. An investigation into the journalist’s death is ongoing, the office said, noting that he had worked with news outlets such as The Associated Press, BBC, Reuters and TRT World.