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News Team 18 May 2015 4 124
Follow RT’s correspondents on dangerous missions around the world bringing you the latest in cutting edge and up-to-date news on international events. They risk their lives to deliver the stories that others won’t, reporting from the epicentres of heated military conflict, hearing from participants and witnesses. This series takes you behind-the-scenes with exclusive footage revealing the secrets of their trade.
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.
A naval bombardment kills four children on a beach in Gaza, right next to Harry Fear's hotel. He interviews eye-witnesses in an attempt to find out how this tragedy could have happened. On the other side of the conflict, in Tel Aviv, Paula Slier watches on as Hamas shells explode overhead to the sound of sirens.
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
In Berlin, Peter Oliver gives a tour of the news studios where he does his live reports. Meanwhile, in Russia's Donetsk, Maria Finoshina visits a hospital where anti-government fighters from Ukraine are being treated to film what she thought would be a story about peace.
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.
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.
In Gaza City, Harry Fear takes a day off from reporting and goes out to buy some necessities. While making his rounds, he shows how normal life goes on as usual in the city despite the military conflict. Meanwhile in Ukraine, Roman Kosarev makes his second attempt to leave the country.
Harry Fear goes to Beit Hanoun, a city on the northeast border of the Gaza Strip, to investigate the shelling of a UN school there. He is joined by British activist Rina Andolini who is pursuing a humanitarian mission. Unfortunately, Harry is not joined by his translator, making a dangerous trip even harder.
RT correspondents Maria Finoshina and Murad Gazdiev report from two once beautiful cities now devastated by military conflict. Aleppo in Syria is under constant threat of jihadist invasion, while the inhabitants of Donetsk in Ukraine wait for a much-wanted ceasefire to come into force.