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that they are far away from civilization sean thomas discovers fox makes antarctica so special that attractive for many wildlife in antarctica is close if you live in the slums of. extradition to the bottom of the earth or it seems. a warsaw court approved seven polar soldiers are killing sixteen afghan civilians including a pregnant woman and child citing lack of evidence to support war crimes charges. bosnian serb wartime commander walk on the lot it's begins his weight at the u.n. prison in the hague to be tried for genocide but the evidence is in question. and not enough make jobs for americans even low paid work runs out in the u.s. with the economist morning taking time bomb of unemployment is threatening the nation.
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live from moscow you're watching our t.v. with me and from now it's six pm here in the russian capital four pm in warsaw and seven polder soldiers standing trial for the killing of afghan civilians in two thousand and seven have been acquitted a court in the polish capital of war crimes charges over a lack of evidence the soldiers were accused of opening mortar and gunfire on an afghan village and killed six people let's get the details from our european correspondent daniel schorr so he now joins us live daniel take us through this case why was it so significant. on sixteenth of august two thousand and seven posters troops five twenty six more to show and machine gun fire all of the afghan village killed reportedly getting ready ready for his wedding as well as a pregnant woman and children know the true. claims that they were ordered to do so
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by their commander and the firing on civilians was either accident now the judges ruled that there was not enough evidence for the prosecution prosecutors wanted twelve years in jail for the suspects this is the first time that polish troops have been of calls of war crimes in the afghanistan war and in fact this is added to the calls for the nato troops to leave afghanistan of course the war here is extremely unpopular throughout the european union already and nato of course has been criticized for the story number of civilian casualties while it has been in afghanistan has there been any improvement well we just saw president. how did cause of afghanistan saying that america was on its last chance the nato troops having another fourteen civilians recently really gave.
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their guns no choice but to be clear war on the nato troops if they continue to work to kill civilians to kill innocent afghans he said really there was no excuse for the amount of this nato have apologized but the civilian casualties are considered continue to mount they have been hundreds of civilian deaths from nato bombing and three experts here really see no sign of the death toll fully. writing a bushel live from you nic thank you very much for that uptick. former bosnian serb army chief rocco melodic his first appearance before the hague war crimes tribunal on friday the sixty nine year old will be asked to enter a plea on charges of genocide is accused of ordering the killing of some eight thousand muslim men and boys at server needs in one thousand nine hundred five but his country not as our guys found out many are questioning the legitimacy of the evidence. sixteen years on the run six days in serbian court and the rest of his
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life in the hague. official belgrade was more than ready to extradite former bosnian serb army chief. in a matter of hours to i see why is not is ready to prosecute a war that is accused of ordering the mass murder of muslim men and boys in the villages there but in need so in one thousand nine hundred five. the hague tribunal does have a lot of evidence regarding the massacre but isn't all of it valid of forensic evidence certainly those north support their extravagant charges over eight thousand victims and. much of the evidence of legitimate combat deaths that occurred during that period is studiously ignored by the hague cried you moral and by the press because they have to do it because they have to bolster the number of. casualties to come somewhat closer to the
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target figure of three thousand there are questions about the way the evidence has been interpreted for instance with the autopsy reports the i.c.t. why presents three thousand five hundred sixty eight reports as corresponding to three thousand five hundred sixty eight bodies but many researchers who went through the files say most of them are body parts which means a lot less people but even if the hague tribunal moves forward without gathering for their evidence it will still be many months before the trial can begin the hague always is kind of done things as they go along i mean it's it's been an improvisation they've changed indictments some people say britain indictments some people who've actually been banned already exported to the hague meaning first to get arrested and then you get an indictment against so that's the way the hague
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works so it will be a surprise if they just get like me and like a few more times they did it with the loss of age they did it with others they've gone to church and so it's just standard procedure for a tribunal in the case of former president slobodan milosevic it took over a year for proceedings to start because milosevic had to familiarize himself with over a million of pages of case files. and time is precisely what i can let each person have so. you don't need to be an expert to understand what my father is in a very poor condition you can't even read he has to go through thousands of pages to be able to testify in court that he simply unable to do that he has difficulties with speech to you know how will he consult with his lawyers it's impossible with barneys no problems with his memory he may remember things that happened long ago the same time he can remember what happened yesterday or the day before yesterday how can a person with these health problems appear in court or progress where you so the
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i.c.t. wind may well find itself in a tight spot again more and more people are criticizing their lack of objectivity and they have yet to complete a high profile case and that is a worry for belgrade which wants to complete this particular episode to history official belgrade extradited up on logic and a matter of hours hoping to close this chapter of their history as quickly and painlessly as possible but the mere guarantee that his trial in the hague will take at least a few years means that for serbia this chapter will remain open for just as long. as r.t. for the serbian capital belgrade. well u.n. official who met with a lot of just to arrive in the hague said he was extremely cooperative when taken into custody balkans his story and new voice mollett says the trial awaiting the former commander is just a means to justify nato intervention into the former yugoslavia and what it is
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already in tears. and policing the triggers the base if you want is trying to demonstrate that everything that happened in the balkans unity. conspiracy she didn't really want to control. syria the idea still isn't true peace serbia give us. treat your friends you are justifying. it. for me you can get it in ninety nine two when we recognize the great community. in the news and concedes the problem is when the media intervene in ninety five and we're going to see the world watched you and we go to school she go to steven spielberg is justification city will we do school in great contrast because these are evil people will repeat them as evil people you have to put them on trial run. through the motions and it's very black and white in the us if you. actually want
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hats black hats in new york what's routes you have to be very good to be to yourself. that was balkans a story in your bush on knowledge sharing his thoughts on how the upcoming trial of aracoma linage will pan out but still ahead for you here in our see the british political marriage that's on the rocks to find out how deep the split in the u.k. its coalition is and how big the public discontent after the government's controversial decisions and painful reforms also. shaping the future thousands of russian kids diagnosed with cancer are given new hope with a new state of the art hospital bill to help fight that seems. but first nato is extending its operation in libya another three months the alliance chief says the decision is meant to signal to colonel qadhafi that the coalition is determined to fulfill the u.n. mandate to protect the libyans but independent journalist james corbett says nato
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is not telling the truth about its campaign. maybe surprising one on one end that gadhafi has held up as long as specially given the extent of the onslaught against him and the attempts to assassinate him and the killing of his son and grandchildren and i think that was perhaps not foreseen in the original action that was. the idea of protecting civilians by bombing civilian populations is on its face ridiculous and in itself exposes that this is not about humanitarian intervention and that lie has been that has been thoroughly exposed i think by the fact that the initial no fly zone turned pretty much overnight into a bombing campaign which turned into a campaign which we were promised was not to overthrow the regime and to get gadhafi out of there so i think it's just a lie after lie and i think that pretty adequately exposes the fact that this is not alternately about humanitarian intervention and cowardice will not stop until
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gadhafi has been. unseated from the inevitable end here is regime change and i don't think anything's going to stop until that happens. because they're from journalists james. fourteen million americans are unemployed and it's the number rising relentlessly and with so many people on the breadline economists say forget the war on terror lack of jobs is the biggest threat facing the world wealthiest nation we're not not we're. they're the golden arches that stretch across the globe from london to brussels to moscow and millions flock to mcdonald's in search of french fries in big macs but what about those in search of a career if i was in dire straits i might go to mcdonald's but the entire time i was there i'd be looking for something better not to offend but also employ i would look for other things first that's for sure i don't know but it's yeah no.
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nothing like that i think a it's just the worst up it's you would say about the job . meanwhile just across the atlantic the same or roma you're coming but are much greater sense of appreciation for this great work and here i was able to go from a real person to restaurant manager. the benefits ongoing benefits of working with people they entered. it is a secure career and it's a secure in the us we're nearly fourteen million people are unemployed a career at mcdonald's has become appealing back in april the fast food chain launched its first ever national hiring day nearly one million people thought for a job but only six out of every one hundred applicants were hired. we've done was created sixty two thousand new minimum wage u.s.
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jobs in one day but for the past seven weeks more than four hundred thousand americans filed new claims for unemployment this was forty five million americans are reportedly already receiving food stamps o'connell missed an author less leopold's says washington is ignoring a ticking time bomb we have the richest country on earth who can put its own people to work that's a disaster waiting to happen that's for the people in the wake of those. some of bin laden's assassination u.s. leaders say terrorism continues to be the biggest threat against americans there is no doubt that it will continue to pursue attacks against us against a country where some forty four million americans don't have health insurance a reported one in seven children are homeless america's double war bill tops one point two trillion and the richest four hundred americans hold more wealth than the
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bottom fifty percent combined to one worse and tax cuts for the super rich they lost their focus they no longer have their eye on the prize which is you have to put them. back to work in what's being dubbed it jobs us recovery we're a nation wide recruitment drive by a low wage employer still sends ninety four percent of applicants back to the golden arches arena port ny or artsy new york. well there's always more news and eye catching videos for you at r.g.p. dot com search on your computer and here's what you'll find online right now the u.s. congressman faces sweeping criticism after calling for every arab looking person to be searched before boarding a flight he says political correctness is what the so-called real terrorists go unchecked. and moscow is waging a battle to save the city's good books with a ban on the billboards which cover many buildings around the metropolis for more
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on the of soft on our culture our chief cop. in the u.k. is not used to coalition governments but from the current one was formed all involved insisted it would be a match made in heaven and after a string of painful reforms fighting budget cuts and political snipping the cracks are showing and many now doubt the government will last its full term and start to see more and. worse their friends what a difference a year makes back then it was spring smiles no bruising reception as britain emerged from a power vacuum within a range political marriage but the honeymoon is over and parliamentary insiders reveal you can cut the atmosphere with a knife to the courage also power last year the unhappy couple agreed on health reform three key principles freedom fairness and responsibility
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but doctors and nurses find that it's too bitter pill to swallow up the children as a frontline nurse cameron story in cleveland so it's good to know this system is going to be taken care is going to lead to people the n.h.s. becoming a market is just sick with good health care for the country it's going to throw daisy which is just an attempt at least speak. to the kids and she says there's a she's going to be nice and that's the. embattled leader of the junior coalition party nick clegg says he's prepared to overrule and undermine the bill well there's a lot of tension to see our brains and track because claire feels it is the last straw was exposed by tory types of the jury be lazy to explain all the lights were full arm so there is of touch they used to be lights says now white house
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leading liberal democrats insist it's business as usual and although clear cracks are showing they're adamant they'll keep the coalition soldiering on for another four years oh i have no doubt it will survive for four years because we have an acute program. almost all of which there is no control clegg is understandably wary the british care passionately about their health service and politicians meddle at their peril cash needs to be cut but clegg knows first hand the feeling of the knowledge being out for you like when students marched on mass blaming him personally for increasing college fees when he promised not to the speed of slashing spending pitted the government against the people and when the lib dems buckled into foster cuts it brought the coalition to breaking point i think that the coalitions of the type to determine start to feel that the westminster leaders should speak the most for. the party will actually be
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a lot less than i think that will far to crush. the recent referendum and local elections have put the liberal democrats on the back foot their response to that has been to come out by saying the health service reforms are now undergoing what's being called a listening exercise and then they'll be put back in the ring but with cameron and clegg barely on speaking terms at times governing looks difficult and keeping it going for another four years looks even harder you're emmet ot. well let's take a look at some world news in greece for you it eighteen minutes past the hour at least forty one people have been killed in overnight clashes in the yemeni capital violence started after a cease fire broke down between security forces and groups along two rival tribes militants have taken over several government buildings and snarl including the headquarters of the ruling party at least three hundred twenty people have been killed since protests against president so they began three months ago. u.n.
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inspectors say japan underestimated the risk of a tsunami heading the fukushima nuclear power plant they're calling for experts worldwide to learn from the crisis to avoid a repeat of the disaster over japan's response to the worst nuclear catastrophe since turning noble was described described as exemplary experts say the health of workers and the public still needs to be monitored closely. spanish farmers are demanding compensation after it was proved they were not responsible for producing cucumber is contaminated with a lethal strain of e. coli germany which is really worst hit is still trying to find the source of the outbreak which continues to infect people sixteen people have already died and almost five hundred are suffering severe symptoms after eating vegetables. now hundreds of children suffering from rare forms of cancer have been given new hope at the opening of a new hospital in moscow the center officially opened by prime minister vladimir
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putin is that sort of the biggest and most well equipped of its kind in europe own state of june first was chosen because it's recognized worldwide its international children's day are some a boy looks at the little boy whose dreams of a hospital came true but he never got to see them. he was supposed to be a happy ending six years ago. was successfully recovering from leukemia and he was already strong enough to give them free. the nfl idea of a tour around these overcrowded cancer wards and insightful enough to ask when the country would build a new more spacious hospital how much would it be it's very expensive out of five thousand russian kids who are diagnosed with cancer every year or last then have managed to get specialized medical how do you know who was born in a small town of kalugin in central russia was sent to moscow for treatment now fortunately the cancer patients in russia don't often get. them there
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hasn't locked this more exposed six months for fear of contracting infection critical girl show symptoms of a rare form or for kenya but so far it hasn't responded well to treatment but it has already suffered a number of infections despite being bills to antibiotics and her primary diagnosis is still unclear who was recently dr suppost many theories of what's wrong with us but nobody can come up with a diagnosis my only hope is going to moscow they have better oratory their doctors are more experienced what bottles doctors here in colorado go to an artery routine diagnosis from doctors. this is where you learn our hopes her daughter will be sent to a top notch child cancer hospital that wants at full capacity will be able to accommodate five hundred children at a time the facility has its own air for
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a vacation system will maintain hygiene without committing parents to manzano and hospital confinement and without subjecting children to loads of antiviral drugs it looks like something from the future but it's ready to accept patients right now. we won't be able to cure everybody about thirty percent of children who are going with cancer. because we don't yet fully understand cancer mechanisms the drugs have . it will still be able to help thousands of children who recently had to. search for treatment abroad. two years after asking the president for the new century greenwood died of a long hemorrhage he didn't live to see the new hospital that now bears his name offering something many kids with his diagnosis don't have hope it is now tangible
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as the only hospital of its kind of russia and possibly all of europe because every little thing here is this guy and with cancer in mind he has the bass equipment employ some of the bribe his doctors. uniqueness the most parents would do everything in their power for their kids to never go near this hospital but others will give up everything they have for their children to hear some avoid artsy. but in a few minutes here in our two we talk to the head of russia's republic of in the explains why he thinks it's so crucial to help former militants return to a peaceful life that's coming up after the business update with katrina. alone a very warm welcome to the business program here on our t.v. the united states risks to faltering on its debt in ten weeks if it can't raise more money but countries already reached its debt limit of around fourteen trillion
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dollars and still is to borrow more but the house of representatives has voted down a bill to raise the debt ceiling patrick young editor of a gathering storm a book about the financial meltdown believes american politicians are suffering from a collective delusion. we're in a very very dangerous game of chance aren't we i mean it's quite incredible that the americans are so oblivious to the real political better economic situation but they're even willing to breach their debt ceiling and go towards the fact that they could run out of money pragmatically we really must hope that they don't do so but at the same time well i'm not very confident because quite honestly the democratic party don't seem to have the slightest understanding of the real world or indeed the real america the good news is that at least for those of us who are some way away from america we won't have to head to the hills and manage to nurture our own sweaters and trade beans in order to eat or something but it is certainly going to be a very difficult situation i mean we all charge that america will come up with
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a fall just the eleven far and it will go forward the problem is it won't be a solution it will be a project and not just means they're kicking the can down the road if they go to boston then there is obviously going to be a very very significant crisis and above point in time we really have an issue with the business of money itself people would be advised to hold ourselves rather than pure fear by how much let's have a look at the markets now oil prices have slightly retreated from earlier games signals that the european union group provide financial aid for great without forcing it it felt that sparking speculation that fuel demand will increase lights for the street is trading at around two dollars a barrel is around one hundred sixty dollars. and the u.s. markets i think in the red on the way to say i'm a down to the least in that private sector employment and may prove later than expected. trust european stocks are still declining as slowing european and chinese manufacturing either settles speculation that greece's debt crisis is moving closer
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to resolution that's what the years around point six have sent down the dax is a living center point five zero right now and here in moscow buys the ads yes and my six are continuing their decline this hour with the my six point eight six of a sit down. now. let's have a look at some individual share moves on my six lukoil is amongst the top losers after a jump to set the last minutes of tuesday's trading session polymers was also down amid lower precious metal prices meanwhile gazprom is among the players is up around half a percent this hour. russia's second largest mobile phone operator voegele com has seen a fifty five percent increase in net profit for the first quarter that reached almost six hundred million dollars much better than analysts expectations but kompany has benefited from the successful merger with your egyptian sorry a dip in ours an italian brand. that's already factoring growth is slowing down the
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purchasing managers index for may drop to just above fifty points its lowest level for seventeen months businesses are seeing declining orders and sales forcing them to cut production. the russian government is once again turning to the gas industry to help balance their books finance minister lexi the tax burden on the sector will grow by over seventeen billion dollars over the next three years the proposed increase is most likely comes to concern gazprom which is vehemently opposed to any energy extraction tax hikes. if the government raises the tax when judy extraction and the financial conditions worsen a new gas will never be produced it's simply not realistic and that's why we suggest a diversified approach if a new source of down with gas reserves and the financials allow raising the extraction tax loki we accept the decision otherwise which deal done profitable to operate. and that brings you up to date with business for this hour i'll be back in
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