Roman Kosarev remains in Ukraine where he attends more press-conferences dedicated to the Boeing 777 crash and attempts to interview the head of the OSCE commission about his work on the case. Back in Moscow, RT Spanish correspondent Bricio Segovia gives us a tour of his workplace.
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.
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.
They joined the army driven by a desire to serve their country and its people. However, the wars they were sent to made them re-evaluate everything they believed in. Now, US veterans are trying to come to terms with their past and learn how to live among civilians again. It turns out, they’ve no one to rely on but each other.
After 5 years of war, Islamic State’s de-facto capital, Raqqa, has been surrounded. On the east side of the city, the road to Raqqa passes the base of the Kurdish women’s protection units and a base for foreign volunteers, as well as a field hospital. Our film crew came here to obtain exclusive frontline footage and talk to the people fighting ISIS militants.
50 years after the U.S. military intervention in the Vietnam War, the weapons it used continue to harm the local population. Unexploded mines still take lives and the consequences of “Agent Orange” claim new victims.
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.
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.
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.
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.
This episode introduces new faces in the News Team series. Harry Fear, a freelance journalist and filmmaker, reports on Israel's bombing in the Gaza Strip. Meanwhile, Paul Scott, an RT news correspondent with a background in sports journalism, travels to Rio de Janeiro to report on the World Cup final that coincides with President Vladimir Putin's tour of Latin America.