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Cameron offers more Typhoons for Nato air mission

Britain will offer another two Typhoon warplanes to patrol the skies of eastern Europe amid continuing tensions with Russia over the Ukraine cris, David Cameron has said.

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Kerry attacks Russia's 'illegitimate course of violence'

US Secretary of State John Kerry has heavily criticised Russia for failing to act in accordance with agreements made in Geneva last week.

In a statement, Mr Kerry said Russia was backing "an illegitimate course of armed violence" and supporting destabilising forces in the east of Ukraine.

US Secretary of State John Kerry.

"One week later, it is clear that only one side, one country is keeping its word," Mr Kerry said.

"The Geneva Agreement is not open to interpretation. It is not vague. It is not subjective. It is not optional."

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