Pro-Russian protesters in Odessa force prisoner release

A crowd of around 2,000 pro-Russian militants stormed a police headquarters in Ukraine's southern city of Odessa, demanding the release of prisoners being held there. Police opened the cells and conceded to the demands of the mob.

Read: Crowds attack city police in Odessa street battles

On Friday, dozens of people were killed in clashes between pro-Russian and pro-Ukrainian supporters across the city. Europe Editor James Mates reports.

Read: Over thirty prisoners freed after police station stormed

More: Video shows angry mob breaking into police building

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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.