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life on the. video on demand. exceeds mine. since feeds in the palm of your. machine on the. past the hour here in washington without cia we can't now pass up stories and nato airstrikes have once again hit the libyan capital while rebels hope to cash in on their country's rich resources when kadafi is gone there are warnings that their actions on the open as well as the support of nato could invite a chain reaction of civil wars and the region. almost twenty five years after china the world looks upon it with renewed concern as the distress of fukushima shows how
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vital it is to be prepared for the repeat the nuclear catastrophe. and the culture clash that controversial russian group wins a state award what they say is artistic protest that critics see it as an obscenity and vandalism. next year r.t. we ask one outspoken british journalist why he thinks the country got involved in libya and whether it should have done so and if i start. today i'm talking to kelvin mackenzie former addicts healthy sun newspaper columnist he's spoken out against the military intervention in libya saying that maybe a it's not worth an ounce of british bloods help mackenzie that's a very strong position to take i mean the government reckons that strikes prevented a massacre in benghazi so he that's worth a few percentage calls and so it seems well first of all we don't know whether there was going to be a massacre a break because this was the p.r.
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this was the government push this was cameron's personal speech. in the end of the. this is libyans fighting libyans and who are we to say who should be running their country after all when i lost a lot i didn't notice any of the libyans interfere when the cavaliers and the railheads took place in a revolution or that as far as i could see there was nobody from tripoli wondering where in the french revolution this is a revolution quite normal the other side of good governance mysteriously they seem to have rocket propelled grenades they seem to. pull fire ability these people are sitting there with a spud gun leaning over a friend saying your dad's fairly sophisticated but if you take the other aspect is that the rebels themselves who i wish well although i feel very unsure about what
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our relationship with libya is going to be at the end of the lips we have al qaeda wondering around. how do we know that at the end of the day they don't end up writing the devil country we don't know anything about us there is a justification for us doing much more than for no fly zones there is a justification when they blew up a passenger. over lockerbie killing our people on the ground and killing people for america it was a justification to do what i suspect russia much of them under the same circumstances which you said right we're coming in we're taking you out we're bombing the hell out of the place and then there will be a change of regime and that would have been more justifiable than this but libyan rebels did offer to intervene they also may say to intervene do we not that full have a duty to go in and help the maps no we don't. want jus t. do we refer to a saw aides in a revolution who is trying to grab power to decide what the outcome of that war is
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going to be i say we have no duty while we are out there wandering around the desert there was a justification it was lockerbie there's no justification i prefer the russian position i prefer the chinese position i prefer the german position all of which is the siamese we wish you well we're not firing any guns and we're not sending in any planes what now that is you with nation that we need for libyans to what could essentially be a bloody civil war it is a bloody civil war that's what happens in civil wars there isn't the point the reason that you have the word war involved in civil war is it's not called civil negotiation it is a fight and in the end i expect the rebels they will win but they don't need to win risking our blood and our money but what if as he's looking increasingly likely gets afy in fact when outgunned the rebels at the moment what if now that the
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international community has irreparably fallen out with him he actually stays in power in the first. i don't care about the international community and secondly they haven't but you know they don't like him but there's lots of people they don't like i mean what they're after why don't they go in while you are at libya just go down the road a bit to the congo where literally under a thousand people have been barked out why haven't we gone there why don't we go and protect the minority tribe in the zimbabwe water after there's a lot of injustice in the world and maybe injustice even in this country who knows but the issue is that there is nothing that can be done the international community is a great fact rials very i walk on to the politicians is that they look around themselves to look at this their ratings in the polls and they sorry you know what i'm not doing very well here the people who vote for me think i'm an idiot they're going to charge me you know what sort of what are what are wander around north africa i wonder around the middle east where do we go into saudi arabia where they ban march
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is the king as announce there will be severe repercussions for demonstrations and in the east they started firing everybody why don't we go into the am in why don't we go in everywhere what's your answer to all these questions why did we go into yemen why didn't we i'm sorry because it's nothing to do with us we have neither the power the firepower nor the will nor will as we live from iraq where one hundred and eighty of. people died and probably forty billion forty or fifty billion quid went out of our coffers which we could possibly even for that plus i was up with that right that has nothing to do with us things take time and yet we have still going into libya which by you know jake has nothing to do that is because we could have been open about gadhafi you know really is we're worrying nation trying to relive the old days of the empire cameron keep on shouting out where of all the pink bits clone you know strolling around the middle east you know with out of sight enough without an exit plan we know how to go into these places
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we have no idea how to get out you paid situations played a big role in rehabilitating. exactly raese not to long ago say that well they got a nice spin in the global media now that the media has turned on him again and how important is it for legitimizing an intervention like this and indeed regime change will be ok you should divide it up into two points first of all the governments who are there are going on there for forty odd years we have been licking could die off his backside now for four decades whether we supply arms to them all with embrace them or that disgusting things that were there but actually these people that you know the same time politicians move either way so what are we kissing could off his backside and there we're trying to kick it it's ridiculous so the media do have a role in the role of the media. it is to expose
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that we are trading with dictators now so what does the government say they say we have to deal with the reality the political reality we have to we have to trade with respect and then suddenly wakes up a civil towards a trading world with bahman estate. it is pathetic absolutely pathetic but at the same time it every so often the government changes power and when the government changes but how they view changes power so there's no consistency to my mind actually the media have been pretty good they've been pretty good at the problem we face now is we're now at war with people and we don't want so we actually have to support our troops we don't have to support ideas like cameron got nothing else to do call decide whether it should be wandering around the halls spittle in the u.k. or to be wandering around the battlefields of of the middle east but we had to act
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as well as troops so the media gets caught in a difficult position its troops or its readers and all the center of our world. the government there idiots and the libyan regime are a disgusting so the media gets caught in a very difficult area and you were the mace notorious that it's the u.k.'s most notorious haploid very kind of you to put it why do you rate fed so that it with tabloid culture essentially that made wars like this easier to sell and popularized with the british public. except the first bit of except that the sun did spectacularly undermine excellent editorship i think that they didn't actually make a difference to government policy i mean you know the issue about the media is is like the sea it's always with us you've simply got to put up with it if you or a policy america and the right there be there will be a lot of. aggravation about
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libya now i mean it started off all right we thought we were going to blow blow them all out of the water we'd all be home for having having a cup of tea at the ritz pass for well there we are down there a month later and the whole thing is still going on so the nightmare is is is still to be faced in my view but i don't think it's fair to blame the media for it i mean i personally massively hostile to the libyan impression mainly because i saw what happened in iraq these things take peculiar turns which you can't really work out intellectually nor guess. nevertheless. you know i'm very much in favor of our soldiers and so you get toward the good the media is stronger i think you're right about that that the media stronger because of what happened in iraq i mean that the trouble was that a million people marched against the iraq war blair blair was not telling his
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cabinet and the things will be revealed now because he was scared they were going to leak so basically they were deciding it as though you and i were having a nice chat to another glass of serving a bit said oh yes it would be it would you think given the office he was is a bit of a go yes good idea it's a myth and then they went in right so the million were ignored people will say that the government various governments know nothing from the iraq and afghanistan but do you think what in fact what will learn how to sell another military intervention no absolutely the issue is quite clear. we didn't want iraq it was lumbered on us by a vainglorious prime minister. cameron is now wandering around in the desert of to brook trying to work out or get out he will look an idiot at the end of all this but the the but the underlying issue is with libya. there have been no deaths on our side just why if rally cuts are crashed and god forbid we lose ten people all
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all by the way to use those heat seeking missiles which you can basically just walk in and calling to today's papers. without happened which i've been blown out of the skull i don't even think about it so the issue is we haven't dropped any blood yet we've dropped tens of millions of miles which we haven't gotten but not one single one of our people has as died when that happens the game and the p.r. game we're trained politically what does someone like david cameron gain from waging a war in africa a military of war came and saw what was in it for him or for a country he's a pro for he is unfortunately a professional bleeding heart and so he is one of those guys who rush around endlessly he's a total political animal by the way rush around endlessly saying something must be done the answer is something mustn't be done it's like when used to send off a really stinking knees. on the night before to your boss. don't send that
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a mile go to bed wake up in the morning reread it does i would it was a good idea or not cameron hasn't got that ability basically i think he's gone mad he's gone bad very early he's only been in power a year now call me is he gonna be if he'll also as well as blair blair was such a fellow at the end of it all right my suspicion is that the pressure is just remember kelvin mackenzie thank you very much. twenty five years of fallout. from the most devastating nuclear disaster in history. a quarter of a century on as man could learn from its mistakes. the be. the legacy of chernobyl.
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if. the headlines are on our t.v. and nato airstrikes have once again hit the libyan capital while the rebels hope to cash in on their countries a rich resources one could after years gone there are warnings that their actions and overzealous support of nato is by the chain reaction of civil war in the region and. it's almost a twenty five years since the catastrophe of a possible new radiation leak at the site is attracting increasing concern of course after the distrust of fukushima and showed how vital it is to be prepared for the repeat of eight nuclear catastrophe and the. culture clash and infamous
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a russian odd group of breeds controversy after winning a state award for one of their works he said what they did was artistic protest which critics argue it's nothing more than obscenity and found. more on those stories in about ten minutes time the first of its case with a sports. hello welcome to the scorsese thank you for joining me and the headlines are a tackle russian premier league keeper day and radish loses a kidney after a bad challenge. last turns out more big name snub a chance to manage spotlight moscow and play in a second when the bottom of the table. and talk of the world changes the west has become a cult new lot number one as luke donald is picture victory at the heritage. but first to the us that the russian premier league goalkeeper is recovering in hospital after having a kidney removed following
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a bad title serving day and ravage was injured during rostock one zero win it and it's a lack on science of a thirty year old is hurt following a challenge from how they stack up so it's the day of the fourth picked up a yellow card and since apologized saying he didn't intend to injure the keeper of manager alex also believes there is no love us in the tackle redditch is due in intensive care and doctors say it's too early to know whether he'll be able to play football again. meanwhile spartak moscow is still looking for a new manager after being turned down by former italy coach marcelo live big club general and if they didn't says he's also approached former byron coach louis van heart but without success it sponsors have at least moved off the bottom of the table after one home when i was spotted now chick bizarrely valarie carbon who resigned as coach last week was in the dugout again six later on as the club's general manager is also helping in the search for a new coach anyway zuber netted the winner five minutes into the second half with new spot starting to eleventh place i found my delighted. at the other end of the
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table ready to pack on top off it's three no never clearly is it also exciting because of course became some piece big signs all time top scorer is free kick when he's turned seventeen goals and to quick cross writes in fact i was a bit in the last night. again to wrest. control journalist let it said he was pleased because of all the fees paid to school. and that's what it's going to miss the chance to go talk themselves they were held surprised by one from a lowly tone say do we opened from the call of the army man after twenty seven minutes. but can we go off beat the visitors' defense to a level just before the notice and that was out finish to sky remain unbeaten. but the sable. i mean reveals when the streak continues that is on the side of now without a victory in four games after being held a one one draw by starting on clock a beautiful sunset we have just before the great. teammate showed off
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to put through his own net to deny his side three points rubin have now taken only eight possible eighteen and on the table. and there's just one game on monday to my moscow post and she intimate table battle the last white side are themselves so as a manager of the view that gordon which sucked from in last week's quarter final defeat against west of the russian cup. meanwhile in england asked the manager austin banga says he's to blame after his side's primly title hopes were all but ended by bolton who beat the gunners two one with a last minute win at the reebok stadium asshole could have gone within six points of leaders not sure i did with four games left to play including a showdown with united at the emirates next sunday however daniel sturridge got the home side head in the first half there was some hope for us no words robin van persie grabbed an equaliser after the break tommy collins ninety minutes had a goals in victory with spain to set his players have given their all this season
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and if anyone should be blamed it's him. and that's just one game to look forward to on monday for space manchester city are chasing a champions league spot and struggle to struggling blackburn without it without collars to make a richards were injured. and over in scotland there was a dramatic end to the old firm rangers goalkeeper allan mcgregor saved a late penalty to ensure the game against celtic finished goalless a result which keeps the title race alive a victory for second place celtic would have seen them believe fraud rangers can go top of the stuff if premier league by cheap points with a diving hound and they have the chance to in the dying minutes stephen davis was judged to have fouled anthony stokes. and george justin ross stepped up to take the spot kick but pushed the shot wide to ensure it finished will however the hoops can still take the title if they win all five of their remaining fixtures. because now only westwood is the new world number one the englishman took the top spot after he
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won the indonesian masters and compassionately donal failed to win in south carolina because east or west bertie was also celebrating his thirty eighth birthday he started the day five shots clear of the field and showed his intention not to let up from starting this shot close to the can for birdie on the first hole kids it was all slightly but by the time he reached the eighteenth he had a comfortable lead spine around sixty nine leaving him ninety under par overall enough for three shots victory upon a try of thailand and more importantly this winning part was also enough to ask martin climber from the wall the once was after german decided to take a week off. the world record silly something girly think about. concentrate on the individual things that fall back together you know try to turn a page on him and give him back you know politically mccain this week it was well luke donald had the chance to get the number one spot but he let it slip through his fingers after losing to brandt snedeker in
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a playoff at the heritage event in south carolina the american rallied from six shots behind during his final round with great irons like this finish with a sudden and part sixty four to match donald's twelve on the overall the englishman had another study round of seventy so it went to a playoff where they were tired after the first few holes but just medical pot the next john woods chip off the green failed to find the hole but only just. snedeker took his title the p.g.a. tour. and getting his first title as approach. after trying to china right by four shots he's the first belgian in thirty seven years to win an event on the european to. however no stranger to winning his rafael nadal the men's world number one tennis player taking the bosler ripened title this picture over fellow spaniard david ferrer this was not also thirty fourth grade in a row on clay and the six time he's won this title in the first set you can see why
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greece straight sixty seven who lost last week to the doll in the monte carlo masters did respond and went for two up in the second. hit back with four straight games to take the match and not even the twenty four year olds can quite believe how well the season is going ahead of the start next month a trick that. some of the other places are like this is a dream for me. everything they have on my level. being with us tonight from the first. seconds a. few games but always just very dark and. i was like it would be the end of the second set but finally i had to. go for maybe those. good moments so. all that final was predictable that was a shock for the women's world number one caroline wozniacki losing in straight sets
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to germany's unseeded you niggas in the final of the ship gone wrong pre the local favorite took the first set on a tight race. sailed through the second big it in that six three the twenty two year old collapsed at the end before picking winners check up one hundred eleven thousand dollars for a father looked pretty place to. get into the world's top thirty the first time. it's. my best moment in my carrier so far and then the crowd was amazing there were the steering for me and standing ovations just amazing standing here on the on the center court in front of that on cross. boston going there and it was a good night for the boston celtics in the n.b.a. playoffs they reached the eastern conference semifinals after completing an unassailable four nil series win over the new york knicks with a one hundred one point two eight zero nine victory in game four. north always
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spoke in common you know we knew was going to be easy jobs we didn't want to. we found a way to put it away you know we have this work you know so the experience that we have this would seem a long time so it's a good feeling we get some rest and probably you know we. really and elsewhere philadelphia live to fight another day they're eighty six eighty two when you bring it back to three one their best of seven series against miami new orleans are tied to a piece of the l.a. lakers after ninety three eighty eight victory and the atlanta hawks are going away for making the next round of the three one up messages against orlando after an eighty eight eighty five when. one finally the world's biggest gating championships start here in moscow this monday the biggest annual skating event was moved to russia from tokyo following the devastating earthquake in japan russia is staging the world's biggest gating championship time through to the changing venue it is a tough challenge but who organises. everything in just one month public excitement in moscow is high over seventy percent of the tickets already sold so full houses
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are expected on every day of this one was the absence of russia's biggest you can push into this by the international skating union however the contenders will face stiff competition for reigning world champions on the ice. and that's why the sport for a couple of hours later with another update please join them. for the full story we've gone to. the biggest issues get a human voice face to face with the news maker.
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