Imogen Braddick
Imogen Braddick
Freelance journalist at standardnews at Telegraph. Before at PA_Real_Life at IlfordRecorder. Nearly at NCTJ_news top scoop award.Source
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Russia claims to have intercepted US spy plane as tensions mount over Ukraine

Russia claims to have intercepted US spy plane as tensions mount over Ukraine

The Sun, A News UK CompanyRUSSIA claims to have intercepted a US spy plane as tensions mount on the Ukraine border amid the threat of "full-scale combat operations".Footage appears to show a MiG-31 fighter jet intercepting a US RC-135 reconnaissance aircraft off the coast of .The incident comes as Russian President masses tens of thousands of troops and heavy military equipment close to the Russian border with .The American plane is seen from the cockpit of the Russian warplane off the coast of the Kamchatka peninsula, according to reports."To identify the air target and prevent violation...

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Putin’s robot army to be sent to Ukraine border as troops ‘ready for conflict’

Putin’s robot army to be sent to Ukraine border as troops ‘ready for conflict’

The Sun, A News UK CompanyVLADIMIR Putin’s robot army will be deployed at Ukraine’s border with 85,000 troops “ready for conflict” as war tensions mount.The new unmanned firepower was inspected by Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu this week, at the 766th Production and Technological Enterprise in Nakhabino near Moscow.“The first unit with strike robots will be set up in the Russian Armed Forces to operate five Uran-9 robotic systems or 20 combat vehicles," announced the defence ministry.Troops would undergo training “to operate Uran-9 robotic vehicles in special military units”, it was...

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Seagulls 'eating rats and preying on pigeons' in Rome during lockdown

Seagulls 'eating rats and preying on pigeons' in Rome during lockdown

The closure of cafes and restaurants in Rome due to the coronavirus outbreak means seagulls have had to change their habits and start eating rats, zoologists claim. Without any scraps to feed on in the empty streets of the Italian capital, which is usually buzzing with tourists, seagulls have had to adapt to survive. "Animals are changing their habits as we change ours,” zoologist Bruno Cignini told local newspaper Corriere della Sera. Mr Cignini, who works at Rome University Tor Vergata, said: “They are catching mostly pigeons but also swallows and black birds. Europe takes it's first...

May 4, 2020
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