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In eastern Ukraine, suspicion is everywhere, and journalists aren’t exempt. Natalia Antelava saw this first hand in Sloviansk, where pro-Russian militants have taken control and where the Ukranian government is attempting to fight back. A chat with a local resident started with cups of tea, but ended with our correspondent having the barrel of a gun pressed against her head.
Also in this edition, Matt Wells reports on the ultra-orthodox Jewish community of Brooklyn. For decades they have separated themselves from their neighbours in America’s most bustling city. Now after revelations of sex abuse cover-ups, insiders and outsiders are asking difficult questions.
Presenter: Pascale Harter
Producer: Mike Wendling
Photo: An Ukrainian soldier holds an assault rifle as he stands at a checkpoint near the eastern Ukrainian city of Sloviansk on 29 April 2014. (VASILY MAXIMOV/AFP/Getty Images)