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BBC News journalist cuts off report as air raid siren fires 'We'd better go'


The Russian invasion of Ukraine was the focus of BBC Breakfast on Saturday as assaults on the Ukrainian capital Kyiv continued. Victoria Derbyshire and Ben Thompson hosted the morning news programme and spoke to correspondent James Waterhouse who was sharing live updates from the capital. 

James was presenting the live segment dressed in protective clothing including a flak jacket.

During the report, the BBC correspondent was forced to stop when an air raid siren began to ring out in the background.

“We better go,” he told Ben as the siren continued to ring out.

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