In Berlin, Peter Oliver is having fun reporting on some of Germany’s more bizarre laws. Meanwhile, Paula Slier leaves Israel, where she covered protests against the bombing of Gaza, for Ukraine in hopes of getting to Donetsk and reporting on the current situation there.
Letters written by a young man named Flip Slier, while condemned to the Nazi’s concentration camps, were found by chance during a renovation of an old house in Amsterdam. RT correspondent and Flip’s relative, Paula Slier, goes on a personal journey to learn about his fate and those of 119 members of her family who were killed in death camps.
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It's Paula Slier's last day reporting from Ukraine. She goes back to an anti-government separatist base under the command of Givi to learn how they see the prospects for the current ceasefire. Meanwhile in Baikonur, Kazakhstan, Ilya Petrenko attends a space rocket pre-launch press conference.
Murad Gazdiev’s Arctic Sea adventure takes him to Kotelny Island, where he films Russian marine battle exercises and takes a flight in a helicopter. Paula Slier, meanwhile, gets an invitation from Ukrainian anti-government fighters to witness a launch of Grad missiles.