13 Jan 2015
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13 January 2015
We talk Russia and Ukraine as the EU Parliament ponders how to solve the political impasse and other member states say they'll fight a war of words to beat Putin's propaganda machine. We also say “Ciao” to Italy as it passes over the EU presidency to Latvia and discuss the Pope’s visit to Sri Lanka.
13 January 2015
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