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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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Ukraine PM blames security services for deadly clashes

Ukraine's Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk has blamed the country's security services for failing to halt deadly violence in the southern port city of Odessa.

Mr Yatsenyuk pledged to hold a "full, comprehensive and independent investigation" after at least 46 people - mostly pro-Russian separatists - died in a fire at the centre of the clashes on Friday.

I personally blame the security service and law enforcement office for doing nothing to stop this crackdown.

These security forces are inefficient and they violated the law.

The prosecutor's office is to investigate everyone - starting with the chief of police, his deputies and every single police officer.

– Ukraine's Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk, speaking to the BBC

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