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Moment Sky News crew race for cover as they come under mortar fire in eastern Ukraine 


A British news crew covering the Russian war in Ukraine were forced to run for their lives during shelling in the south-east of the country.

Dramatic video shows Sky News correspondent Alex Rossi scrambling for cover from mortar fire in Berdyansk on the coast of the Sea of Azov around 50 miles from the strategically important port city of Mariupol.

Sheltering in a nearby building, he says: ‘It just shows how quickly things can change here. We were outside filming. [It was] really calm. There had been shells that had come in this morning. But again, it had gone quiet, everything felt very, very normal. We’ve just had to come in here to take cover because there’s been incoming mortar fire.’

Mariupol appears to have come under fire attack by Kremlin forces as Russian dictator Vladimir Putin attempts to strangle a vital shipping route used by Ukraine to wreck the country’s economy as it fights a war of national survival.

The most important Ukrainian port in the Azov Sea,…



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