Photojournalists found themselves under fire in conflict zones across the world over the weekend. In the Ukraine, where protesters are clashing with government forces, photographers have been very visibly attacked. The Kyiv Post, a top English newspaper in the country, reported that at least 40 journalists were injured by riot police. Among them were employees of the New York Times, Reuters and Agence France Presse (all Guild-represented organizations in the United States), along with many local journalists. Photographers were also under attack in Israel, where the Foreign Press Association accused the Israeli Defense Forces of deliberately targeting journalists.