Marcus Yam

Los Angeles Times foreign correspondent and photojournalist

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Marcus Yam, LA Times foreign correspondent and photojournalist, is in Ukraine.

Ukraine-based journalist on ‘a dignified way to photograph these horrific scenes’

Marcus Yam, LA Times foreign correspondent and photojournalist, is in Ukraine.

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