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News Team 18 November 2014 1 63
Bricio Segovia Visits Beslan to report on events commemorating those who died in the infamous terrorist hostage crisis. 10 years ago the story shook North Ossetia and all of Russia and made worldwide headlines. He meets survivors at the school that was occupied and which is now a memorial to all who were killed in the attack. Meanwhile in London, Bill Dod has moved to the UK from RT's Moscow headquarters and gives a guided tour of the brand-new London studio, introducing the team and its future plans.
Aleksey Yaroshevsky joins the RT team in New York. After a long, tedious journey, he’s happy to settle in a small but cosy rented apartment and goes meet his new "family". Roman Kosarev talks about the dangers of reporting from Ukraine as one of RT's stringers goes missing there.
Harry Fear is still in Wales, UK, where he interviews one of the organisers of the "No NATO Newport" protest. In the Donetsk Region of Ukraine, Paula Slier visits the Central Regional Hospital that has been recently bombed and currently has only one doctor left working there.
In Beslan, Bricio Segovia returns to the "City of Angels" to attend the memorial ceremony commemorating those who died in a school siege 10 years ago. In London, Harry Fear works on his report on NATO. He explains the writing process and various ways of making a news package.
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.
Roman Kosarev arrives at the crash site of Malaysian Airlines MH17 to find that, 24 hours after the tragedy, bodies of the passengers are still there and the only people who’ve visited the place are journalists. Meanwhile, Harry Fear’s work in Gaza City is tested when his equipment starts to fail.
Peter Oliver and Aleksey Yaroshevsky report from Kiev, Ukraine, where a standoff between rioters and police has been going on for four days. Meanwhile, Margaret Howell has an urgent report to file from the doorstep of a Moscow school where a hostage situation is underway.
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 Gaza City, Harry Fear interviews a UN field director. Robert Turner fills him in on the Relief and Works agency’s progress in building new schools for Gaza’s displaced children. In Ukraine, Roman Kosarev reports on the latest developments in the Malaysian plane crash investigation.
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.
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.
Maria Finoshina is in Lugansk, where she interviews its last remaining citizens. They have to sleep in the basements and shelter every time they hear a rocket fired, but they have nowhere else to go. Harry Fear is in the Gaza Strip, visiting a hospital that was bombed by Israel.
In this episode, RT correspondents reveal what they do when they’re not busy reporting on current affairs. Where does Thabang Motsei learn her Russian? What does Maggie Howell find most challenging in her voice production lessons? And what entertainment did Maria Finoshina find in Lebanon?