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Whilst Kiev remains peaceful, the conflict in the East has killed over 10,000 soldiers and citizens. Ukraine has become the battleground for a proxy war as it attempts to escape Russia's influence.
Alexander Nikolaevich Zelentsov was chief operator of reactor n°4 at Chernobyl, and the first to arrive on site after the disaster. As the 30th anniversary draws near, Alexander shares his recollections.
On the far eastern edge of Europe in Donetsk, Ukraine, pro-Russian separatists have taken over, and bombs continue to fall. We visit the people living in this limbo, where almost 8000 have been killed.
18 months into the civil war in the Ukraine, over 6500 people have been killed and almost a million displaced. With unprecedented access this report takes us to forces on both sides of the front line.
Since flight MH17 crashed after being hit by a missile over Eastern Ukraine, valuable evidence and human remains have been destroyed by the conflict surrounding it. This report explores its role in an increasingly dirty war.
Efforts to secure the MH17 crash site remain challenged by conflict in the area. This report looks in detail at the dangers facing internationals and locals as the fighting has now halted the search for remains.
From the crash site in Donetsk to the Dutch embassy in Kiev, now a makeshift shrine to the dead, we see behind the scenes of MH17's crash, examining the political implications and human cost of the disaster.
The Ukrainian province of Donetsk is the new battleground in the country's ongoing stand-off between East and West. With the government losing its grasp, and the military fighting for control, the unrest is turning increasingly deadly.