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RT News - January 5, 2014 (17:00MSK)

January 05, 2014 17:00
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The Southern Russian city of Volgograd mourns the 34 victims of two terror attacks. With dozens of injured people still in hospital - RT brings you the story of one of the survivors - a 9-year-old girl who's life was saved by a stranger; A French military contingent fails to stem a wave of bloodshed that's gripped the Central African Republic as the UN raises the alarm of a looming humanitarian crisis there; RT talks to medical group Doctors Without Borders about the carnage ravaging the state, as even hospitals and doctors become targets; Europe sees a rise of far right groups across the region, as the financial crisis undermines public trust in governments - forcing people to look for alternatives; And, the bright minds working on bright lights - we report on a one of a kind illumination system, set up by engineers for the Winter Olympics in Sochi.


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