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Georgia's former leader Mikheil Saakashvili tells Sky News that Russia's leader has a number of goals in the Ukraine crisis.
Ukraine is ready to use military force to defend itself if Russia moves any further onto Ukrainian soil, Ukraine’s new prime minister warned on Thursday.
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Crimea’s parliament unanimously voted in favour of becoming part of Russia on Thursday, RIA news agency said, citing the text of the decision.
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Jake Kanter, News Editor for Broadcast magazine discusses the implications of the heavily criticised decision to take BBC3 off TV and make it an online-only channel.
Hundreds of demonstrators have stormed a government building in Donetsk. Sky News' Chief Correspondent Stuart Ramsay reports.
Rebekah Brooks has denied covering up the extent of phone hacking at the News of the World when she became chief executive of News International. Sky's David Bowden reports.
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