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Russia Expels UK Student For Being A 'Spy'

news.sky.com — A young British woman has been expelled from Russia and accused of being "a spy" by pro-Kremlin media. Laura Sumner, a 25-year-old postgraduate student from Nottingham University, has been ordered to leave Russia within 10 days after being found to have violated the terms of her visa.

Russia Casts Envious Glances At China Economy

news.sky.com — Blagoveshchensk translates as the "city of good news", but there has been precious little of that for the Russian economy lately. The value of the rouble has plummeted and the country is heading into recession, hit by the falling oil price and Western sanctions.

Ukrainians Queue For Water As Shelling Nears

news.sky.com — A humanitarian crisis is deepening in villages on the frontline of the conflict in Ukraine, with US Secretary of State John Kerry due to hold talks with the country's president. Sky News has travelled to some of the areas worst-hit by the ongoing fighting, with a significant number now suffering without any running water.

John Kerry To Visit Ukraine As Crisis Deepens

news.sky.com — A humanitarian crisis is deepening in villages on the frontline of the conflict in Ukraine, with US Secretary of State John Kerry due to hold talks with the country's president. Sky News has travelled to some of the areas worst-hit by the ongoing fighting, with a significant number now suffering without any running water.

No Compromise On Ukraine's Rebel Frontline

news.sky.com — Pro-Russian rebels on the front line in eastern Ukraine have told Sky News they are not interested in peace talks or compromise. The team was given rare access to forward positions in the separatist-controlled city of Horlivka. Soldiers from the self-proclaimed 'Army of Novorossiya' (a tsarist term for the region, which translates as new Russia) said the time for talking had passed.

Ukraine: Psychiatric Care On The Frontline

news.sky.com — At the psychiatric hospital in western Donetsk, an elderly man stands reciting Pushkin. The shelling has been getting closer, the patients are being told what is happening, but it's difficult for many of them to understand. Inside, on the ward, the staff are trying to keep things as normal as possible, but they're frightened too.

Ukraine: Daily Struggle On Conflict's Front Line

news.sky.com — As the fighting in eastern Ukraine intensifies, humanitarian conditions in the region are deteriorating. Sky News filmed families in the rebel-controlled capital of Donetsk, as it was revealed the European Union has extended its first set of sanctions against the separatists and Russia , which has been accused of aiding the rebellion.

Inside Ukraine's Rebel-Controlled Capital

news.sky.com — A set of metal steps leads you down into the darkness of the underground shelter, below a suburban arts centre in the rebel-controlled capital of Donetsk. The power had gone off earlier that morning, there had been shelling nearby. They weren't sure when it would come back on.

Ukraine: Daily Struggle On Conflict's Frontline

news.sky.com — As the fighting in eastern Ukraine intensifies, humanitarian conditions in the region are deteriorating. Sky News filmed families in the rebel-controlled capital of Donetsk, as it was revealed the European Union has extended its first set of sanctions against the separatists and Russia , which has been accused of aiding the rebellion.

You're A Sex Bomb! Red Army Ups The Tempo

news.sky.com — Russia's Red Army Choir has a long and distinguished history, specialising in rousing, patriotic marching songs, but there is another, more surprising side to their repertoire too. First formed under Joseph Stalin in 1939, they were meant to represent the collective voice of the revolution, to rouse the spirits of Red Army troops.
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Apr 15, 2015

RT @skynewsmichelle: Large gathering next to building where @nick_clegg due to present manifesto. Hopefully no vultures @LibDems #ge2015 pic.twitter.com/WM8UxylqcV

Apr 14, 2015

Clarification: Reuters says Russian ships transiting channel to hold exercises in northern atlantic, not holding drills 'in' English Channel

Apr 08, 2015

That should say 'emails',he is not suggesting Brits gave Germans emus.

Apr 08, 2015

Showed us what he said is emus from British to German police asking for their assistance in detaining Kovtun. pic.twitter.com/7yioVb24Rb

Apr 08, 2015

Kovtun suggests litvinenko may have accidentally poisoned himself,a 'suicide by accident',that maybe he was 'carrying something contaminated

Apr 08, 2015

Says they shook hands with litvinenko at meeting on 16 oct,that this must be when they received traces of polonium.

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