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News Team 17 November 2014 3 105
Ilya Petrenko reports from the heart of Moscow - the Red Square where international military men are getting ready for a spectacular festival. This will be his first assignment as a correspondent and he’s determined not just to do it well, but to “out-do” the other channels that are also covering the event. Meanwhile in Ukraine Paula Slier finds more disturbing evidence that the conflict is moving ever closer to central Donetsk.
RT correspondent Harry Fear heads off to report about Israel's bombing of civilian infrastructure and discovers there’s more than meets the eye. Meanwhile, Manila Chan, a recent recruit at RT's Washington, D.C. office, goes on a tour of RT's US studios and talks about her job.
RT correspondents Aleksey Yaroshevsky and Paula Slier return to two of the world’s biggest conflict zones, but this time during a calmer period. Aleksey is in post-coup Kiev, reflecting on the most violent days of the conflict. Meanwhile, Paula visits the West Bank to film the now already routine protests against the Israeli wall.
Maria Finoshina returns to Syria where war has raged for four years. On her way to Aleppo, the closest city to the ISIS stronghold of Raqqa, she stops in a small Christian village, hit hard by zealous militants. Meanwhile, Roman Kosarev monitors sick children being evacuated to Moscow from Eastern Ukraine’s Donetsk.
Harry Fear talks about the challenges he faces in Gaza as he arrives late for a live report and then has to interview a grieving family for the second time. Irina Galushko goes to a Russian town bordered on three sides by Ukraine to talk to Ukrainian refugees who fled to Russia.
Some of the biggest news stories around the world. In News Team, an award-winning documentary crew traverses the globe, keeping up with the channel’s leading reporters as they cover the stand-off in Ukraine, the war in Syria, and the machinations in the EU’s corridors of power.
Paula Slier travels to the town of Ilovaysk in Ukraine to visit an anti-government fighter camp and speak to a commander. Meanwhile in the UK, Marina Kosareva goes to Scotland where she teams up with another RT UK correspondent, Polly Boiko, to cover the referendum there.
Thabang Motsei is thrilled with the opportunity to take the world's longest railway journey– the Trans-Siberian but not all of her colleagues are as excited as she is about the coming trip. Meanwhile, in Moscow, Egor Piskunov shows us what he is doing back home and also takes us on tour to the newsroom.
It takes a mere five minutes for Aleksey Yaroshevsky to relay the latest news reports from the violent streets of Kiev to the news rooms of Moscow, sixty times the speed it took five years ago. Meanwhile, Margaret Howell takes a walk through Red Square, where she discusses the controversy surrounding the square's most famous resident, Vladimir Lenin. Egor Piskunov has left Paris for Geneva, where top Russian officials are taking part in a conference on Syria.
Paula Slier is in Donetsk, Ukraine, where she works on a report about food and water shortages. In the meantime, Marina Kosareva travels to Cheltenham, England, to cover a protest outside British intelligence agency, GCHQ. However, she arrives to find the protesters are having second thoughts.
Bricio Segovia travels to Beslan in North Ossetia to mark 10 years since a terrorist hostage crisis took the lives of 334 people, most of them children. Meanwhile in RT’s new London office, news anchor Bill Dod gives a guided tour of the studio and introduces the RT UK team.
It’s a historic day for Scotland as the country’s deciding whether to remain a part of the United Kingdom or become independent. Marina Kosareva prepares for a sleepless night in Edinburgh, to keep viewers updated on the course of the referendum and reveal the final result as soon as it is known. Meanwhile in Moscow’s RT headquarters, Bricio Segovia takes a screen test to be a news anchor.