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ICYMI – Snowy scenes capture headlines, from eastern Ukraine to Istanbul

Ukraine remained a top priority at the highest level of international diplomacy amid fears that Russia may be preparing for an invasion. Our teams on the ground met with the residents of a small village near Donetsk who have been forced to live with the harsh realities of the conflict between Ukraine and Russian backed seperatists.

Thousands of people were stranded across Turkey due to heavy snowfall that cancelled flights and clogged roads across the country. Istanbul was covered in a thick layer of snow, delaying buses and ferries and prompting a ban on driving private vehicles. To avoid the chaotic streets, our journalists took to the skies of Istanbul to capture the city’s iconic landmarks covered in snow.

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