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seal team since original mechanic broke so tell macarthur grant legal who told mccann commission michael resort hotel decided to sell to yonkers new mccullum locator with resorts mccall's beverly plaza hotel macau riviera hotel macau cintra hotel macau. on our teacher night of warsaw corporate seven polish soldiers are killing six afghan civilians including a pregnant woman and child citing lack of evidence to support war crime charges. bosnian serb wartime commander right cold blooded begins his way to the un prison in the hague to be tried for genocide but the evidence is in question. also not so now from the jobs for americans even low paid work now runs out of the u.s. with economists warning a ticking time bomb unemployment threatening the nation. and coming up on business an exclusive interview with the deputy chairman of the russia's largest company
gazprom about the government's plans to increase taxes on the industry join me for this story and photos in and around twenty minutes time. hello this is r.t. from moscow it's nine pm here now my name is kevin zero in our top story for you tonight seven a polish soldier standing trial for the killing of afghan civilians in two thousand and seven have been acquitted a court in warsaw dismissed the war crimes charges over a lack of evidence the soldiers were accused of opening mortar and gunfire on an afghan village they killed six people our european correspondent dana bushell has the story. on sixteenth of august two thousand and seven polish troops fired twenty six mortar shell and machine gun fire all in afghan village they killed reportedly a man getting ready ready for his wedding as well as the pregnant women and
children other troops claim that they were ordered to do so by their commander and the firing on civilians was an accident now the judges ruled that there was not enough evidence for the call for q should prosecutors wanted twelve years in jail for the suspects this is the first time that polish troops have been caused a war crimes in the afghanistan war and if 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 we just saw a president a. cause of afghanistan saying that america was on its last chance the nato troops having killed another fourteen civilians recently really gave. kens no choice but to declare war on the nato troops if they continue 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 considering continue to mount they have been hundreds of civilian deaths from the bombing and military experts here really see no sign of the toll fully. bushel reporting there . from the polish group stop the war told me earlier that this case is given a whole new insight into what polish soldiers do in afghanistan and the case of various really important in poland because it is the fairest is really the first case when it is seen that polish troops in afghanistan are not you know building schools and so on and how it is usually seen in media but. to be honest is just that people for an iceberg we know the polish government is doing and. the officers are doing. to say sending troops to afghanistan it's making the object if
it's ability it's conditions to such a tragic or crime situation will happen we really don't know if those soldiers are guilty or not but which we know now there are other people should be punished for sending troops to afghanistan who are being there as a people from other cultures who have no idea about language about the religion of the people of afghanistan so in the extreme situation it goes through simply you know lack of dignity lack of respect or of any people people koskie from the problem start the war initially very giving his view on his country's mission in afghanistan to a bit earlier. former bosnian serb army chief is set for his first appearance before the hague war crimes tribunal on friday a sixty nine year old will be asked to enter a plea on charges of genocide he's accused of ordering the killing of some eight
thousand muslim men and boys at srebrenica in one nine hundred ninety five result his country knows that of his found many questioning the legitimacy of the evidence sixteen years on the run six days in serbian court and the rest of his life in the hague. official belgrade was more than ready to extradite former bosnian serb army chief. in a matter of hours but the i.c.t. y. is not as ready to prosecute a war that is accused of ordering the mass murder of muslim men and boys in the villages that are beneath say in one thousand nine hundred five. the hague tribunal does have a lot of evidence regarding the massacre but is all of it valid if you look at the forensic evidence and. you look at very carefully it is not supported at all anything close to the conclusion that eight thousand people were summarily shot for the conclusion of the servants operation.
in somalia from the five. in any criminal case of this nature the first thing you look at is the forensic evidence and the forensic evidence is the flimsiness part of the case 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 didn't support it without gathering further evidence it will still be many months before the trial can begin he always says kind of plan things as they go along i mean it's it's been an improvisation they've changed indictments some people they've written indictments
on people who've actually been found already exported to the hague meaning first you get arrested and then you get an indictment against so best way the hague works so it won't be a surprise if they adjusted like me in fact but few more times they did it with milosevic they did it with others they've done it chesham 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 pages of things ailes and time. is precisely what i've come luggage doesn't have. or staying with. you don't need to be an expert to understand what my father is in a very poor condition he can't even read he has to go through thousands of pages to be able to testify in court but he's simply unable to do that he has difficulties with speech too how will he consult with his lawyers it's impossible he's got
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 are you so the i c t y 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 after a lot of in a matter of hours hoping to close this chapter of their history as quickly and painlessly as possible open your 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. on the serbian capital belgrade. welcomes political analyst me should stop with the tribunals not going to be impartial towards. basically the do america's bidding.
the principle of all civilized countries all legal laws are will be ques and all those who participate in the legal process must be subject to the same laws as the accused no one is above the law is the statement well here everybody but everybody is above the law other than the accused let's consider for example the one being afraid your television serbia in belgrade with twenty third of april one thousand nine hundred ninety. six think people have died as a result of the bomb being which happened by a us pulling the tribunal never actually indicted anyone over that that's an important situation only those are being trying to work with the us government actually is targeting forward something comes from washington basically and then somebody tries to carry it out later and find an appropriate charge there that has happened on numerous situations already with the tribunal. still ahead of
the program tonight the gift of a future thousands of russian children diagnosed with cancer given new hope with a new state of the art hospital bill to help try to fight the disease. and nato is extending its operation in libya by another three months the alliance chief says the decisions meant to signals of colonel gadhafi that the coalition's determined to fulfill the u.n. mandate to protect the libyans get more or less than from antiwar activists chris nine a middle of the summer line from london it's not a very good evening thanks be on r.t. as nato has decision to prolong its campaign in libya taken you by surprise. no not at all really i think it shows two things first of all it shows that. he projects so far the intervention so far has been a failure i mean clearly once again the western powers felt that they could just move in very quickly and change a situation with a few bombing raids which they should have learned doesn't work in afghanistan and
iraq and secondly it shows that. contra contrary to the nineteen twenty three un resolution this is all about regime change it's not really about humanitarian efforts all what they are effectively saying to get afi is we're going to keep bombing you keep killing civilians keep bombing libyan towns and cities until you go well that's their hope so really i mean and i and i felt that from the very word go this this was really all about regime change anyway. none the less is that it's sending a signal to the libyans now with this extension that it's on their side with bombs apparently is it the right signal wanted something to instill democracy. problem is again people should learn from afghanistan and from iraq you cannot introduce democracy by bombing a country it really doesn't work them out because it can only be brought about by the actions of the people in a particular country and in fact what's happened as many of this is i believe that
this this intervention has actually taken the civil war it's not actually help the movement for democracy. because i think it's entrenched because he from the start was saying that the popular movement. in the in the in the west of the country was. sorry in east of the country was a was a movement that was sponsored by the way and he used that to bolster his position well that has now come to pass is now clearly true that the west is backing one particular side and so that actually serves the purpose of strengthening its support making it harder for people to break away sections of the military and other elements of the government. away from away from good i think so i think what's happened is the the war has been lengthened the war has been deepened and it's actually a good half is in a strong if not stronger position now than he was when the west first got involved
and i guess chris following your train of thought there you're not going to be surprised by the reports that we've heard this week that u.k. troops were spotted on the frontline with rebels in misrata that's where away from that original u.n. mandate isn't it. well absolutely and big government is making a kind of spurious slightly spurious point that these are these on official troops you know they're they have no connection with. with with the kind of foreign obviously a material world but clearly you know they are they are there they are fighting and that means once again that the perception that this is a western operation to sustain and secure western control over post gadhafi libya will be reinforced crist you kind of going to say that because around the war activists of us ask you know if nato wasn't in libya gadhafi maybe would be waging war against his own people why are you speaking out about. well there's
a few years waging war against his own people and we did speak out against the atrocities they committed. in the situation when the popular uprising first happened but the problem is we are now in a situation where there is for the third time in a decade a massive western onslaught against a muslim country that changes the whole dynamic of the situation and that means that you know what we're really saying is is there is a move this isn't a humanitarian operation the idea that suddenly the west has been converted towards the side of the arab people is laughable when they are still supporting the bahraini government. the king in saudi arabia doing nothing and they are in fact backing the regime in in yemen and so on and so forth this isn't about humanitarianism this isn't about to not see this is about the west trying to reassert its control. in a situation where they feel as if they're losing it because of the arab spring in the whole region in the middle east and north africa and that reassertion of
control is is is is being conducted with the utmost brutality i mean we don't know the western reporters and western governments they don't count the number of civilian dead but they must be hundreds and hundreds of civilians three hundred sorties being flown bombing sorties being flown every week they tell themselves that they've destroyed more than they destroyed thousands of targets there must be huge collateral damage this is a brutal onslaught against against a foreign country and really i don't believe it's going to do with democratic change whatsoever it's to do with the real position of western power in the region and that's why we oppose it as you would like to visit christiane and talk to us from london tonight thank you. fourteen million americans are unemployed now and it's a number that's rising relentlessly and with so many people on the breadline economists say forget the war on terror the lack of jobs now is the biggest threat
facing the world's wealthiest nation when important. there is a golden arches that stretched 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 would be looking for something better not to offend because i don't employ he says i would look for other things first that's for sure i don't know but it's yeah. i think it's just the words that you would say about the job. meanwhile just across the atlantic they seem a roma coming but are much greater sense of appreciation for straight work and i was able to go from a real person to restaurant manager. the benefits ongoing benefits of working with people day in and day. it is a secure career in
a secure in the u.s. where 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 applied for a job but only six out of every one hundred applicants or higher. we've created sixty two thousand new minimum wage u.s. jobs in one day but for the past seven weeks more than four hundred thousand americans filed new claims for unemployment this is forty five million americans are reportedly already receiving food stamps economist and author leslie appalled 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 as they have by far the biggest threat to american
people in the wake of osama bin laden's assassination u.s. leaders say terrorism continues to be the biggest threat against americans there is no doubt that al qaeda 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 bottom fifty percent combined two unfunded wars and tax cuts for the super rich they lost their focus they no longer has their eye on the prize which is you have to put the american people back to work back to work and what's being dubbed a mcjobs 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 q merino porton i r r t new york. always going to stories great
videos that are t. dot com of course is one of the just a click away from you at the moment if you're online or ukrainian city is banning dogs and other domestic animals from barking meowing or grunting at night you hear me right i mean how do you force that it wants cash anyway from anyone who has their pets break the law that's going to be a money earner said r t dot com tonight plus. the same dinner as this chap a russian real estate mogul find out why he publicly munched on his tie and that's not going to help if there were short it's just pure clean water if a job though. it's a national museum briefly so hopefully one people have been killed in overnight clashes in the yemeni capital violence started after a ceasefire broke down between security forces and groups belonging to rival tribes well it seems have taken over several government buildings in some now including the headquarters of the ruling party over three hundred people have been killed
since protests against president saleh three months ago. spanish fun as a demanding compensation now after it was proved they were not responsible for producing cucumbers contaminated with a lethal strain of e. coli germany which has been worst it is still trying to find the source of the break which continues to infect the seventeen have already died and nearly one hundred of self and potentially fatal symptoms of treating vegetables. with inspectors say japan underestimated the risk of a tsunami hitting 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 janov all was described as exemplary experts say the health of workers of the public still needs to be monitored closely though. hundreds of children suffering from growth forms of cancer we give new hope with the opening of a new hospital in moscow the center officially open but probably still going to move to be the biggest and most well equipped of its kind in europe but launched
days of june first was chosen because it was recognized worldwide as international children's day. as the story of the little boy of the hospital came through for him. he was supposed to be a happy ending six years ago the mother of a child was successfully recovering from leukemia he was already strong enough to give them president vladimir putin 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 less than half 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 and opportunity that cancer patients in russia don't often get. even the
has this war it was six months for fear of contracting in infection it all girl shows symptoms of a rare form of leukemia but so far it hasn't responded well to treatment but it has already suffered a number of infections despite being bills with antibiotics for primary diagnosis is still unclear who was recently dr savoy so many theories of what's wrong with it but nobody can come up with a diagnosis my only hope is going to moscow they have better boerrigter is there their doctors and my experienced what baffles doctors here in kaluga may turn out a routine diagnosis from moscow doctors. this is where you learn our hopes her daughter will be sent to a top notch child cancer hospital that. once it's full capacity we'll be able to accommodate five hundred children at a time because he has its own air perfect system that will maintain hygiene without
committing parents to monson 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 with cancer can't be cured because we don't yet fully understand the cancer mechanisms or the drugs have not yet been invented yet will still be able to help thousands of children who until recently had only two options for treatment abroad. two years after asking the president for the new century died of a lung hemorrhage he didn't live to see the new hospital that now bears his name offering something many keys for his diagnosis don't have hope it is now tangible as the only hospital of its kind in russia and possibly all of europe because every
little thing here is designed with child cancer in mind has the best equipment and employs some of the brightest doctors. oh its uniqueness was parents would do everything in their power for their kids to never go near this hospital while others will give up everything they have for their children to hear a subway car artsy. if you really are smart we take a walk along a street never perceived gaza strip which is the starting point for smuggling tunnels connected to the outside world it's our special report coming up but business next with katrina before. thanks kevin hello and welcome to your business update here on obviously we start with an artsy exclusive the government is once again turning to the gas industry to help balance the books the finance ministry says the tax burden on the sector will
grow by more than seventeen billion dollars in the next three years the proposed increase is causing concern for gazprom as alexandrine made yet of the deputy chairman of russia's biggest company explains. appropriately with. the focus of the government obviously. with of a. problem of the question whether from taxation of the company creditor or by the state but from what the other side that's probably a product of some of the always. advisable. to. go to the royal. and of things the government is aware of the danger over of overtaxing gazprom alexander says a compromise has been found that's acceptable to both sides. program the role.
of russian government. for the. russian government. or the budget for the good could be. our investment program. and you can watch the full version of that interview with gazprom deputy chairman on monday here on obsolete and of course will also be posted on the website. now let's have a look at the markets are going into the speedy retreat of the poor u.s. jobs in manufacturing garza undermined the recovery looking at oil first light sweet has lost more than two dollars now so street is also suffering with the dow and nasdaq solidly lower for a four day winning streak rank stocks are among the worst performers with j.p. morgan chase off nearly three percent. and here in moscow the markets gave out earlier gains to close in the red with the my stakes almost two percent down
looking at some individual share movers on the my sex energy majors end of the day among the losers plunged for a half percent rather after a jump five percent in the last minutes of choose day's trading meanwhile probably is gold advance two point six percent among the stronger precious metal prices. united states risks to focusing on its debt in ten weeks if it can't raise more money but contract has already reached its debt limit around fourteen trillion dollars and still needs 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 the book about the financial meltdown believes american politicians are suffering from a collective delusion. and 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 politic of their economic situation that 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 a solid just 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 knit our own sweaters and trade beans in order to eat or something but it's certainly going to be a very difficult situation i mean the odds are that america will come up with a soldier eleven far and it will go forward the problem is it will be a solution it will be a fog and that just means they're kicking the can down the road if they go to ask there is obviously going to be a very very significant crisis and a valid 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 catch. and that brings the answer that with business for now i'll be back in just under an hour's time with more stay with us headlines with kevin.