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Ukraine accuses Russia of blowing up a crucial dam on the Dnipro River, unleashing a flood of water.
The country's prosecutor general tells this program they're investigating it as a war crime.
Dozens of towns and settlements are being evacuated.
Moscow denies involvement and says Ukraine has sabotaged its own dam.
Water levels are still rising.
Before, here was a passage, you see the trees, you see the level of the trees and here are the steps which were coming to the Dnipro River.
We're live at the High Court in London as Prince Harry takes on the tabloid press.
He says the paper's behavior have put him into a downward spiral.
The interventional UK business lobby group The CBI faces a crunch vote on its future.
We'll have the results in the next hour.