A reporter describes life under siege in the Ukrainian city and why it was so important to break the silence
The Russians were hunting us down. They had a list of names, including ours, and they were closing in.
We had been documenting the siege of Mariupol by Russian troops for more than two weeks and were the only international journalists left in the city. We were reporting inside the hospital when gunmen began stalking the corridors. Surgeons gave us white scrubs to wear as camouflage.