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the libyan capital wakes to the most intense nato bombing since operations began while a russian peace envoy meets rebels in benghazi to use talks instead of opportunity to solve this crisis. france wants action against syria using violence on its own people but the kremlin says it's determined to prevent foreign nations interfering. london's things ahead with plans to expand its nuclear facilities fueling concerns that terrorists could be eyeing the sites as targets.
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are you watching r.t. well live from moscow welcome to the program we start in libya where nato is keeping up its heaviest yes bombardment of the capital since airstrikes began in march it continued into wednesday morning with warplanes hitting tripoli more than sixty times government representatives claim the latest bombs killed thirty one people convert after rains defiance in the face of nato is raids growing he will never surrender libyan state t.v. broadcast an audio address in which he denounced the kurdish rebels meanwhile attention is growing between nato commanders and libyan opposition in benghazi the rebel leaders accuse the allies of taking the initiative and once it is essentially a people's uprising russia's special envoy is in the regular headquarters on a peace mission to transfer dialogue with aaa to take libya forward. for national
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is following a visit. the russian special presidential envoy mccomb arguello is now here in leverage to try to mediate in the civil war that has lasted for months already and has already claimed many many allies including innocent civilians we seriously think that airstrikes never sold political problems and we said it here very clearly that as long as the bloodshed continues the longer it continues the more difficult it will be to build a national reconciliation process off to the civil war so we are very much in the sleeve or of building political bridges so to speak and we are ready to help that comes fall when president medvedev said on soon after the g eight meeting in france that's colonel gadhafi has lost its legitimacy and should step down no one can predict how successful this special peace mission of the russian federation will be
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here in libya but one thing is clear that will definitely not be easy because of his government has repeatedly strongly rejected the possibility of a colonel gadhafi standing down while these is the major and the most important among all the radicals people who come with conditions the un and something else done something that indian nation because they are saying to the people you do not know what is good for you we are going to choose for you so if you are really interested in peace what you do is you come and see the future of libya should be decided by libyans the russian peace mediators the rival coincides with an intensification of nature as a military activity here in libya we are actually not allowed to leave the hotel where we are staying now in the center of tripoli but from here we can see and hear
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that nato has intensified its strikes on the current. miter arsenault here in the states just days ago the alliance expanded its war against the could operation and the first time started using attack helicopters a mission to resist foreign secretary has declared optimist in the rebels in benghazi himself that they have operation against gadhafi here in libya could last beyond christmas rush is very concerned about this saying that nature is actions illegally are beginning to resemble a ground operation more and more this is something russia is strongly opposed to and russia has always been strongly opposed to insisting on diplomatic and political means to suffer these conflicts. reporting from the very heart of the conflict in tripoli and for the latest in what she's witnessing in. this.
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one from what's happening throughout the day. in libya. in. russia says it's so determined to prevent foreign intervention in other countries in syria regime is continuing its crackdown on protesters with france leading cause of the e.u. and correction russia's foreign minister says the kremlin approves any resolution. it was in your thoughts that when it comes to the proposal to consider syria in a similar way as was applied to the libyan situation in which the security council and international community have already become bogged down we believe that diplomacy should be aimed at resolving problems politically and not to create conditions for new armed conflicts we should support a process of national reconciliation on accord and constructive peacekeeping roles for neighboring states rather than try to pass more and more resolutions which will
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invite new siding with one of the parties in an internal political conflict. arab world what is insisted serious troubles are internal problems it's people by their own way but it's terrorists has written extensively on that arab spring was warning against korea has reasserted. it's a very very dangerous move by britain and france to interfere in the syrian revolution because both countries have a very long history in this region palestine lebanon and syria itself and i think it will be seen very much as western interference in the internal affairs of syria we have to remember that a revolution in the revolutionary process that is taking place in the middle east is one in which ordinary people are taken time to take control of their society and this is an internal struggle if you like for the future direction of syria and i
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feel there's a sense now that france or president sarkozy of france is moving like a demon to try and. place france back in a position of power inside the middle east and i have to repeat we have to remember that france had control over syria in from the end of the first world war and there was a very very long struggle for syria to get rid of the french for independence and so the idea that this is somehow some kind of benevolent force coming in to help the syrian population i think that's very little ice so i think it's a very unwise move by the west to interfere. so the head they held back in teams who are determined to make amends india's cost groups is writing social statement making way for third place in society and short. nuclear officials from the twenty biggest economies are meeting in paris as atomic energy gets increasingly. countries and never surprises in japan germany and
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switzerland to close the reactors but britain is committed to expanding its facilities and explains its meeting to security fears. the lake district famous for its quaint villages and spectacular views it's a hillwalkers paradise but one can't help wondering if people would be quite as happy as a holiday here if they knew what was right next door right on the edge of the picture escalate distrait is sellafield nuclear plants in probably it's home to the world's biggest plutonium stockpile a waste product of civilian nuclear fuel plutonium is one of the deadliest substances known to man poisonous am's convertible into new clear weapons but nuclear scientists have a plan inside these buildings they take the waste p ternium and recycle it into
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a usable nuclear fuel called mox it sounds great in theory but the reality is very different there is a an existing. field. purchased a tiny fraction of what it was supposed to do and it cost an enormous amount of money cables leaked leaks the us described it as a big industrial embarrassment for the white elephant the majority of the sellafield petone e m stockpile is british but managers were so confident it would work they took plutonium from other countries promising to send it back as fuel a major customer was japan which now says it won't buy the mox. has changed the landscape because there is now a growing concern here in japan about the whole nuclear. business in particular the business in recycle. and the purpose of the locks plans of sellafield was to make
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fuel that would be sent back to japan using japanese kitani and even before fukushima the p. ternium or. processing plant at sellafield was considered one of the biggest disasters in british industrial history but juicing just ten percent of its planned output huge cost but that hasn't stopped government plans for building yet another plant it could cost ten billion dollars much of it taxpayer money really getting rid of plutonium was never the purpose for. more expensive to produce it uses to make it work and it produces nuclear waste that is much more difficult to deal with for now the stockpiles here to stay posing a massive security threat when the biggest fear. is of course that stops will be targeted in some way by terrorists by crashing a craft. this enormous concern about it being used by
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terrorists in some shape or form five kilograms of this material and remember we have something something approaching one hundred tons of it five kilograms of this material would make. habitable for many many years so it appears has been affected by global events recently in the wake of the killing of osama bin ladin five men were arrested taking photos here on suspicion of terrorist activities they were eventually released without charge but the incident highlighted the hazards of storing such a huge amount of deadly material sounds like a good way of getting rid of it but following there's no markets worryingly that hasn't stopped the government plans to pour billions into a second plant. sellafield cumbria. trained taxi driver. cabinet.
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official. to protect its. short. we have liftoff as a crew of three heads president the stay on the international space station we explore the relationship between the time to the rockets. and. india's call structure is already the world's most rigid people born to grow it costs held back from other tutsis or even basic liberties but one such group is breaking the mold of thousands of years of tradition but those on their side especially the reports counting the cost of data is not easy. it's who wants to be a millionaire indian style and today in india more people than ever feel like they too have a shot at making it big. meet up he's the owner
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of every spawn pipes a cement pipe making company worth three hundred fifty million rupees or eight million dollars so what makes him different and any other rich indian well he's a doll it the lowest caste in the ancient hindu caste system also known as untouchables for centuries these people were restricted to work such as being the worst and picking up dead animals from the streets my father my mother go. to support a lot playlist or motive that we have from this crossed how we have to build one. of the. so just that made it his mission to get an education he worked on his business during the night and went to college during the day while just the claims that he didn't feel any sort of discrimination of members of the delicate community say that this growing up of millionaires and billionaires had to triumph over ingrained societal stereotypes. the ability was not allowed to be in the same group
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as a woman so he had to stand next to the dog ate give him another let's showed what's going stood behind it was forbidden to fall on an apple cost. jumped up says that these preconceived notions actually motivated him to succeed after completing his education junk that's business began to grow and today he sells pipes for irrigation purposes all over western india despite his accomplishments he still troubled about his journey. for business to pick people in this factory this is. a work i mean to go work for morning in this factory the millionaires themselves say it's a side effect of india's. the city that opened up the economy to foreign investment in nine hundred ninety one the spin standard many businesses including ones like idolaters have tried to tell an entrepreneur is also say the government's out first to make quotas for lower caste in schools and government jobs as health and get an
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education to improve their lives even though many dollars have overcome their social kasten become successful entrepreneurs most of them still live right here in the slums despite these examples of success many of them feel that the indian society is structured to keep them right where they are. so much i belong. and people from. donors i would like to stir. up in the society. people who don't get about us and don't come to see own people out of d.c. go meant the government should take care of them if they have less money and should give them a proper education. but a millionaire is believe that if they can do it then other members of their caste can chew. proves that he can do anything just to hear you here. using their willpower to overcome
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the odds pre-history there are t. o. ne india. out there around the world now with this hour's top stories crushes in a southern germany town reportedly carita has left at least four people dead in the capital protesters continue to rally around the person stays away is currently in saudi arabia his first serious injuries that attack that suggests want to use up since to push for regime change. un's human rights chief has condemned israel's deadly arm rests on the syrian border up to forty people have died in recent weeks. also expressed was that serious. encourage people to protest an area filled with landmines israeli police fire and civilians who are protesting one hundred sixty seven weeks ago and so learn ceased from syria.
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germany's health minister says the outbreak of the deadly new strain of e. could i as pete not the worst is over infections have so far killed twenty four people and left a further two thousand four hundred ill europe e.u. is pledging one hundred fifty million euros compensation for active farmers but spain which was wrongly blamed for their properties being the source says that's not enough. severe weather that pounding several caribbean countries also killed at least twenty three eighty one slides and flooding as swept through crowded slums are missing and of thousands still homeless often last year's massive earthquake or to say when europeans killed it would warning to evacuate the area aid groups warn the cyclon could worsen a corner it's already killed while there was an. to catch a cab in moscow just stick out your hand and
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a few seconds someone is likely to pull over however it's usually a member of the problem trying to make a few extra rubles so the door is tightening up but genuine taxi drivers say to them. it was a law that was meant to protect them instead it's made moscow's registered taxi drivers take to the streets. with the best will in the world there's no way i or anyone can comply with the new regulations so just repairing to lose my job. we want to changes but not these changes the new law was written to kill small businesses like ours the new law was meant to stop legitimate taxi drivers being undercut by so-called gypsy cabs which dominate russia's big cities these are all dying it's often operated by immigrant drivers who lack local knowledge and pay no tax at the risk of large fines all drivers will soon have to pay in one of
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a limited number of licenses paying back car color equipped with a meter and sign a written contract with every passenger in theory it should bring all the to a lawless market. is perfect and this one might only work half of the time but at least it shows the authorities are doing something instead of nothing as in previous years. but according to you being in the taxi drivers union will achieve exactly the opposite of what it sets up to do you reconcile any contract for every trip as unworkable by making every cab including probably high because the same color will be expensive and unnecessary. this is pure bureaucracy and instead of helping normal cabbies it will make us on competitive. he also worries that the licenses will not be distributed fairly. will remain is a two tier system a few expensive companies who can afford the licenses and the only authorized
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drivers who didn't obey the law carry on ignoring. new regulations to come into force in september one who fails three registered before them will be . as a little breaker at the moment nobody quite knows how the new law will work in practice but one thing is already clear of the bills being designed not all the interested parties were consulted the ball is now in the lawmakers court but all they. see must go well as more on that making the most of life in russia on our web site the russian media section what else we're covering at r.t. dot com right now. ching in that help these people russian man in the far north of sorts his apartment for a tent to highlight like a cheap. date and stalking this streets and.
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duck report on this looking artist who's turning heads in his car. three men are on their way to the international space station after blasting off just a few hours ago the russian american and japanese crewmembers will spend five months in orbit with plenty of work plans to keep them busy while in space but he's in france wants the stuff from the baikonur cosmodrome in kazakhstan. the three men have been together for nearly two years prep or preparing for this trip they've traveled all over the world preparing in different models of soyuz and getting ready for what is really this this final push into space and what they say feels almost a little bit like home as cramped as it may be the soyuz is is something they factis
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and for so long now that it feels a little bit like home as they told us just the other day let's listen first when he sits in the spaceship younger son got his year it was made for you it should bring you two orbits and hopefully bring you back and you love the spaceship i'm going to stars working you can hear how everything is working and running it's his life. and your differences between the shuttle and the story certainly. helped carry. things. for you to. more. people in a small amount of. time a very sort of. why. the three men say they will be taking very special i don't into space with them i'll be a very few items pictures of loved ones and so on to also be able to talk with
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their families every day and we've talked to the backup team they're very excited to watch this they say that it's something it's an amazing emotional thing to watch let's check it out. it will take them about eight minutes to hit orbit around the earth two days to dock now the three men when they get there will be undertaking over for. forty scientific experiments among them cancer research and the ability to actually grow food in space wow what a sight the earth just showed tremendously you can really sense the power in that as as it took off i'm sure the family and friends are very shaken out what an experience that was. great stuff the creators her latest pieces of.
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her well concealed business here in r.t. thanks for joining me british royal major b.p. says it has no plans to sell down its taken its russian venture to. the company denied earlier media reports that it threatened such a move these russian partners in tame katie recently blocked the swap deal between the british firm and state run but despite the rouse he says its focus in russia is on developing tame t.v. which is also the country's third largest oil producer. but as of the oil exporting cartel opec meeting in vienna to look at possible income possibly increasing quotas it could be one of the most volatile since the gulf war it's thought it could be adjusted to place a drop in libya and a growth in demand but industry analyst alexis corking doesn't believe much.
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most of her countries. given. the sorry budget for expansion sort of said we are a social spending race school for suffocation from spending reduced come your war and once you see that in russia bush according to the russian russian budget was balanced in two thousand and seven with the war that's. now with just barely brownstones of hundred ten. once you start inflation spending it's very hard to pull back especially in these wrote countries so somewhere around between one hundred maybe one hundred ten maybe even slightly one of them out there would be just read the price that everyone's been moving out of the moments ago an old friend can also go purchase is ready to change nothing. now is to collect at the
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markets now prices are lower in raising early gains amid those speculation that opec meeting creases target output light sweet is trading at around ninety nine dollars per barrel and brand is around one hundred sixteen dollars a barrel this hour. stocks in asia the sell off the sex and losses for comedy because i weighing on japanese stocks shares of tokyo electric power lost up six percent honda and this. one in a sense hong kong stocks are also losing ground over worries about monetary tightening from china that's taking place. here in moscow the trading session was started about two hours time on tuesday bus insults jumped the most in a week the odds he has gained over two percent and to my six. point eight. that's what i have for you know headlines on next of.
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it was created to serve public interests to inform and to entertain. these days there's nothing easier than opening up a new media outlets but there is nothing harder than revoking its license in case of corruption on. the san antonio ways and tom.
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roberts you can involve in a community where you have one large corporation controlling the daily newspapers radio stations television stations the cable outlet you told me that that sounds like the most of the public opinion versus f.c.c. broadcast blues marching. more than a month. in one of the most extreme environments on the climb as this is and charge adults and people have to be aware that they are far away from civilization sean thomas discovers foot makes on charts again so special and instructive for many the wildlife in antarctica is. and friends are. extremely. since in the bottom of the earth are two.
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mothers. more news today violence is once again flared up saying these are the images the world has been seeing from the streets and chatted lasts for asians are on the day.

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