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News Team 29 December 2014 2 213
In Iraq, Paula Slier goes to the frontline of the battle against ISIS where she meets with the Kurdish fighters known as the Peshmerga. Meanwhile, Bricio Segovia goes to the cybercrime police unit in Mexico City. He sees how investigations are carried out and interviews officials on what needs to be done to enhance the unit’s performance.
Irina Galushko resumes her field work after a much needed break. She goes to one of the refugee camps for Ukrainians fleeing the horrors of war to see how things work there, meet the refugees and hear their stories. Harry Fear is in the Gaza Strip interviewing civilians who live there in the midst of the escalating Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Harry Fear is heading to the Middle Gaza District when his driver suddenly gets news that his house has been destroyed by Israeli shells. Meanwhile at the Russian-Ukrainian border, Maria Finoshina learns about hundreds of Ukrainian soldiers who have crossed into Russia, and goes to interview them.
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.
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.
The fighting in Donetsk, Ukraine, is getting closer and closer to the city centre. Paula Slier goes to the site of an artillery attack to report on the casualties. Meanwhile in Moscow, broadcast journalist Ilya Petrenko gives us a tour of RT's newsroom where he works, and talks about the demands of his profession.
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 London, Marina Kosareva works on a story on the relevance of the British citizenship test as she learns that British people themselves often struggle to pass it. Meanwhile in Beslan, North Ossetia, Bricio Segovia returns to the tragic school where a hostage crisis happened 10 years ago, to film the memorial service.
Maria Finoshina finds her way into Lugansk city to report on the situation there. She finds the place devastated and almost deserted. In the meantime, Peter Oliver shows us his home in Berlin, his pets and also introduces us to his fiancé who moved to Germany with him.
Maria Finoshina travels to the rebel held Yarmouk refugee camp inside war-torn Damascus, where its Palestinian population has remained hostage for over a year. Maggie Howell meets RT's radio announcer George Watts to learn voice techniques from him and to get advice on developing her own style.