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where you have one large corporation controlling the daily newspaper radio stations television stations the cable outlet you told me that that sounds like the martians the public opinion versus f.c.c. broadcast blues. and icon of russian nationalists a former army colonel who served a prison term for kidnapping and murdering a chechen girl has been shot dead in moscow. russia says it's ready to lift a ban on european events to pull imports if sufficient safety guarantees are provided one of the results of the talks where nato is missile defense system and moscow's accession to the world trade organization were also discussed. and as nato airstrikes once again wrong the libyan capital rico over civilian deaths and anger over foreign intervention continues to grow on the ground. plus
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a fresh vision of world news on american airwaves the voice of russia radio wants to do you want space station. it's three pm in moscow this is r t coming to you live on news now with our top story a former russian military commander who served time in jail for killing a chechen teenage girl has been shot dead in moscow period the dawn of became a nationalist icon after his conviction which is death already triggering fears of a possible backlash we're going to join our correspondent peter over a little bit later this hour for more details but to me bob it's a political analyst for ria novosti news agency says despite the fact that you were going to have had huge support among nationalists it's unlikely that his murder will trigger a violent response. the story is very complicated first there was this story with
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the church of god presumably killed why would one of their lawyer or would you friend who represent the interests of the family or the girl was killed in mosque or very much of that we was killed not so we would be. nice were missed it could be people from extremist nationalist organizations within reach but the mother of the war and were killed was the least. going to be a lot of versions what i'm sure about is that there will be you know all nationalists very question because there are very few people who identify with who don't or there was a trial and people who supported him i would see didn't particularly like you most a person it was rather broad first against syria which was a reunion in the libor almost media at the moment the groom us media. guilty before the trial so there were some people who sympathized with him and i don't think
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we're going to see a huge back question at all because if you treat good order and if i were pulled out. you can find further details from the crime scene as well as more background on this story on our web site r t. let me unravels will get at least one billion dollars in assistance money promised by donors including the us britain france and as well arab states because nato mounts pressure on its members to intensify airstrikes and increase what it calls efforts to protect people meanwhile gadhafi government claims more civilian deaths have been caused by coal this more than thirty this week alone a notion and spoke to some of those caught up in the violence. solomon has been within a hair's breath of death but doctors have performed any a miracle and the young girl is back home with her family she took her mother's pills to kill herself. if someone wants to kill me and going to do it myself.
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but who wants to kill the teenager summer's native city tripoli has been under constant bombardment by nato forces for three months day and night forms have been forming on a city with a population of around a million no one can ever say when or where the next one would land. this week in the most intensive air raid yet there have been sixty eight airstrikes in just hours attacks against civilians must start daffyd must go and the libyan people deserve to determine their own future make as frequently claim success and the military operations supposed to protect civilians but the libyan government has repeatedly protested the innocent civilians have been among the dead the claims have not been independently very hard but both in this clear since march nineteenth
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the life ordinarily prince has changed forever some as martyr will never forget the day when her daughter preferred death to this new life my girl told me before that she saw death as a good thing and i entered her room that day she was lying on the floor there was smoke everywhere could hardly see what happened but i realized immediately was something terrible this is not fair they told us they want a no fly zone he never said they were going to bonus he promised to protect us but instead they scare us talking about who they are after walker said of his father is more precise and the world no longer needs nato the second world war ended long ago and we try to live our lives will need storage wars and always intervenes in other countries problems we're tired of war our patience is running out let us just live our life has just prolongs its operation and leave it as that means people here face months more terror from the skies we have made says i'm supposed to targets gadhafi his military arsenal actually landed here in this district it didn't
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destroy the colonel's compound but it's almost damaged the lives of one family as you can see the building has quickly been repaired now the question is whether the people will ever recover. tripoli. and identify a top nato official told c.n.n. that the alliance now considers gadhafi over to the main target when i spoke exclusively to nato secretary general anders fogh rasmussen he said that the organization does not target individuals actually the u.n. security council resolution goes beyond a no fly zone according to the u.n. security council resolution we are mandated to protect the civilian population in libya taking all necessary measures and that's exactly what we're doing right now i just want to clarify for some of our viewers who have seen homes bombs are they've seen civilian buildings blown to pieces does that in a car on a phone or in
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a hospital on a phone constitute a command center for your purposes when you say any. i would like to stress that we are not targeting individuals we believe military. targets. and of course common control centers can be used to plan and organize attacks against civilians show the amount of control centers are legitimate military targets. well you can watch our exclusive interview with nato chief in full on our website dot com where you can also share your thoughts and today we're asking how the deadlock in libya would be resolved so far the majority of viewers over sixty percent think that nato suited made its failure and with drawn significantly lots of people fifteen percent they think should continue the way they are until the conflict eventually and others suggest to you when should send in peacekeepers to get into and the minority ten percent support our ground
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troops operation tell us what you think drop us a line at r.t. dot com. syria is finding itself under increasing pressure on two fronts the united nations nuclear watchdog and international atomic energy agency are due to report the country to the un security council over a suspected covert nuclear program because of the council already considering a british french resolution condemning president assad's crackdown on syrian protesters russia has opposed the move saying outside involvement will only make matters worse but all laughlin from the institute for democracy and cooperation says the u.n. is determined to turn up the heat on some mascot's. i think what we're seeing are the western powers ratcheting up the pressure they're trying to increase their room for maneuver so in the draft resolution you have crimes against humanity you have a threat to international peace and security and in parallel you have this cranking
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up now of pressure from the international atomic energy authority so i think this is a way of increasing the number of cards that the west believes that it holds as far as russia is concerned i think that it's pretty obvious that russia or the russian government greatly regrets not having vetoed the resolution on libya which as we can all see was immediately exploited. to go way beyond the terms laid down in the resolution i mean by that that the western powers immediately started to attack the libyan government they believe launched a war whose goal is regime change whereas obviously regime change is not included in the terms of that resolution so i suspect that the russian government is as they say once bitten twice shy and i'm sure moscow is very reluctant now to get involved in to get trapped if you like for a second time in the same way. well israel says that it wants to mark receive in syria but critics argue that televisa is happy to see president bashar al assad
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remain in power when the discussion of the arab uprising in about twenty minutes in our debate shall cross talk. democracy would clearly be best for the region and for the syrian people first and foremost and then for israel but parts of the bike is a reference to will it actually happen no it's just that it reminded me of what i told my doctor and my wife that i'll stop smoking going to diet and exercise but as you know and. so i think this is going to clear. pretty sure and it's true that the but is the key issue of the body is means that this is the devil you know we've dealt with over the last we would go to charlotte has given us the ability. because a few people it's ok for course there isn't but he falls it later it's ok. but but you know that's what i think is the this is the cure.
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if you want. course of russian radio will now be adding a new perspective to american airwaves with all the answers to the u.s. space stations and service that's been broadcasting internationally for more than eighty years from our scout when our programming from north america directly from washington and new york are you going to can't turn to him to find out more. welcome to voice of russia in washington and i'm just going jordan time now five o'clock in d.c. and one in moscow they launched with the motto the more voices the better the voice of the russian team in washington reports on international and u.s. news just like any other news radio station they say what makes them different. is there africa to bring up what's being left out by the us mainstream media when you consider american for us foreign policy has around the world i would say we are not
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hearing enough of people from people around the world the need for more voices in the media was up for discussion at this panel in washington titled gateway to understanding the great deal of soul searching going on in this country right now can we in are we open to voices from outside i think absolutely yes many analysts say there is stick my guess the russian media something that voice of russia will have to fight through to become a credible source of information for the american audience and you have to work with perceptions which are still existing and i think even more it is important that you raise your voice and try to get people to think differently about russia and so far i think this is extremely important to do it for years during the soviet union voice of america and if i washington had been a source of alternative information for millions of russians now in modern russia it sees its mission as being little different to what it was during the cold war
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the lack of the truly alternative voice of the media has a serious consequences. for the democratization of the russian society in my opinion and it is here that the voice of america council to plea feeling an important vacuum voice of russia seems to be seeking to feel a similar information vacuum that many see in the us media it's not about truth or lies it's about perspectives and i strongly believe that american audience will only win from the array of perspectives the radio audience in america is growing and with a demand for more voices and more perspectives and it seems a certainty that in the wake of the voice of russia other foreign stations will be large then the ones who really benefit from the rioting in the media are always the worse and the listeners i'm gonna check our reporting from washington. and later we'll take a closer look at the current state of the american media our broadcast blues documentary is coming up later in the day but here's
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a quick preview. it was created to serve public interests to inform and to entertain. kids these days there's nothing easier than opening a new media outlet but there is nothing harder than revoking its license in case of corruption. just for. the sand and we can try. to. get involved in a community where you have one large corporation controlling the building newspaper radio stations television stations the cable outlet you told me that that sounds like democracies of public opinion versus f.c.c. broadcast blues the marching. across is ready to resume imports of vegetables from europe on the condition that the supplies are not infected by the deadly e. coli virus the move of one of the outcomes of the today russia
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a huge summit archies can put it over joins us now live from russia city of new york where the forum is taking place a cat three not it looks like the vets so both were literally on the table i have leaders been able to reach an agreement tell us more of what the outcome of today's talks have been. and he searched were literally on the table at the press conference that the european leaders and host russian president dmitry medvedev were asked if they had to beg for lunch the answer was yes they had yes been joy to me also confirmed a certain progress was reached on the issue of a russian ban on vegetable and fruit imports from the european union to remind our viewers recently russia introduced it for embargo on imports in the weight called the deadly e. coli i strain outbreak and this measure was introduced to stop the strain from coming into the country the european officials harshly criticized that matter calling it disproportionate going against the policies of the world trade organization russian it stand accused brussels of failing to provide sufficient
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information on the source and containment of that interaction and today across. get it clearly outlined illegal guarantees which russia needs to fully leave to the ban on vegetable and fruit imported from the european union. we are ready to live on european vegetables after we are provided with sufficient guarantees my ear that much is certain russian and the european health officials are going to widen this if it was proved to safety of the supply projects this is a great result so you. can through obviously wasn't all about the vast revolt was it what about the broader agenda there are so many issues besides haven't been able to see eye to eye on how they come to any kind of consensus. obviously the halters store pick the hottest issue of the international agenda at the summit was leave here we are appalled uprising and considering the latest by the heaviest nato air
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strike in libya of course russia now sees its task as being a made between the two sides on which libyan state libyan society now stands gadhafi controlled tripoli rebel stronghold of benghazi and of course. today president did it again reiterated russia's position on and that is an immediate unconditional cease fire should take place russia all need supports a peaceful resolution of the whole flaked and the european union after the arab spring changed to europe's near neighbor who of course the e.u.'s foreign policy is now. the biggest challengers probably as never before and a new exclusive interview with the high representative for foreign affairs and security policies in the european union catherine ashton the first question i asked you was should get out if you go. certainly there have been discussions about the
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possibility that gadhafi could go if it's a large if and one of the big challenges and questions is how to make sure that for the people of libya the way in which it goes on the assuredness of that departure is a fundamental part of moving forward that's for them to decide in conjunction with the role of the u.n. special envoy. only table were also an issue of a visa free regime between the european union and russia saving euro russia's accession into w two zero there is a lot of to me as my round these recent breakthrough agreements reached between brussels and most. w. for some seventeen years russia has been in talks with the one hundred fifty three nation economy club at the moment russia is the only is the major economy which is still outside the group it is expected that by the year russia will finally join
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the world trade organization and today it was confirmed by the european leaders as well certainly some optimistic news coming out of the summit of books as well that the weather is much better for the second day you coverage live from new thanks for that. our team is rather journey across russia continues as our closer to him travels to the wants of all time a region of the north a setter. the mountainous region on russia's southern border has had an unstable existence since the collapse of the soviet union several conflicts all bloody fighting and thousands displaced and the legacy of war has forced many survivors to fend for themselves as art museum if you have a question about reports. shacks that look like they're barely holding together
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actual houses lying in ruins these are the softer on welcoming images that strike you as soon as you approach the village of country lives one of dozens of presidential refugee areas located have thirty four families have lived here for over twenty years in this terrible conditions and your generation has been gone but for them nothing has changed they say they've already lost hope these people came here in ninety ninety two after bloody after a conflict between south the surgeons and georgians that lasted two years and such as by origin they were born in georgia but flags of fearing for their lives hydrologist be of i was among them her husband became one of the many casualties of the bloody conflict georgian by origin he was helping certain people and ask forgiveness was killed by his colleagues along with two small children she received a one off compensation payment from the government with no official recognition as
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a refugee and the benefits that would come with it. it is very difficult to get refugee status that would go through growth and the only thing that i am asking right now is to give us land so we could build roads as believe in normal conditions of coke the more you just tell kilometers away lives a different path and a group that's also experienced the reality is of life as refugees the ethnic conflict between english and this is not include all that happened almost at the same time only with thirty two thousand english people to leave their lands and spread out in the region of the north caucasus but thanks to special government programs the vast majority are back home four hundred anguish from a less left hand before the outbreak conflict and almost half of them have now returned as a nice family is among those who came back he says that despite. the horrors that happen here and still feels it is his native land as
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a martyr lost two brothers in the fighting and his family was forced to move from place to place for several years but that's in the past and now it's all about looking to the future. this is my land i have so many plans in mind i really want to create as many patients for the youth to work as possible and they would literally be useful and will not have time i think it's stupid and yes me and my family happy that we came back here. the people here see the same needs to happen for those that feel abandoned income believes get sold the horrors of recent times life from the face of the village even if they're still kept in their minds was no question or russia calls up the republic of north to south asia. it's been almost three years those below but the signs of the struggle remain and it's not only abounded houses and devastated residential areas but also
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a significant number of people that still have no place to call home and to discuss the small i'm now joined by to do it no beach and instructor adds the institute of civilization here and lets you go cross thank you very much for joining me so if you do it it has opri family had been touched by the refugee problem i can see there are lots of people here and with a good cause that's a full moon this problem very well because they have friends and for looted so it's hard to see because so here after they are in school to with this so to say it's here in georgia in two thousand and eight for example my family has relatives a family of three they had to stay with those were a year before they managed to settle down here find jobs schools a place to live so you can see the pope will still exist all right and what is the main challenge dot's refugee face at the moment i think the main problem is the bureaucracy all of this for a few jews lost their documents so they have to stay in lawyers for like hours and
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hours just to get their passports back find jobs and get work permits so and the second one is psychological i think because all this people still feel old soldiers all right thank you very much that was if you go to the movies and instructor as the institute of civilization here in lies you go fast and meanwhile our team continues to bring you the latest picture of life down here in russia's north caucasus and the republic of north to south. america or mangers block here in our three i'll be back with our headlines in a few minutes now bro it's time for business with korea. hello welcome to our business update here on our t thanks for joining me but capitalization of russia's largest oil company roll snapped will reach one hundred billion dollars in the coming years that's the outlook coming from the company's annual meeting in southern russia and artie's dennis is. it may be warm and sunny
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for the a.g.m. here in the southern city of cross. spork is during recent months has been in the icy north of the arctic it's failed plans for a tie up with b.p. and the share swap deal cast a shadow over the company and if the deal is dead still has the task of finding a partner to explore the blocks it's acquired in the arctic heading up that will be a new chairman because sichem is standing down in accordance with the new russian policy of splitting politicians from jobs heading state growing companies it's not all bad news for us new production grew faster than any other russian oil company currently it's pumping eight hundred forty million barrels of oil and twelve billion cubic meters of gas a year there's been a lot of progress on rosneft improving downstream capacity has taken germany's moon will increase replying and given access to new technology and looking east a joint venture with ian p.c. to build a refinery in china will greatly improve its penetration of markets so the new
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leadership have to have a lot to smile about but solving the problem. in the arctic will be their toughest . and russia is considering reducing its holding in a number of key state companies too blocking stakes the state is looking into privatizing more of all major rosneft the t.d. bank russell hawes bank and power generating company rules hydra russia's plans to sell assets and more than thirteen hundred state companies without losing control in the key players. now let's take a look at how the markets have performing this hour crude oil decline in new york turning the biggest we can increase in for light sweet is trading at around one hundred one dollars a barrel brant is almost one hundred and one thousand dollars a pound in europe stock markets are trading in the red sea the footsie is a quarter of a percent lower while the dax is down just a notch stocks recovered some ground earlier on news. the german bottom of voted to
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approve future greek a still these gains are limited given worries remain about the strength of the global economic recovery here in russia markets are mixed with most of the blue chips trading lower and the r.t.s. is still in the red while the spline up a bit now let's look at some individual share most of the market smallest energy majors are losing this hour with gas going down over one percent role snafus now for days again slipping over one percent a screw falls amid speculation that the model falls bucking the trend is money in itself today russia's largest food service that met retail sales and may increased by forty seven percent to nine hundred eighty million dollars compared with may two thousand and ten. so for me the remitted income will be with you will be hosting the program next hour and we'll bring you the latest news from the business world.
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culture is that so much of a given to huge musician of our time to the fans is it all about libya now with understanding the ongoing changes often violent in the arab middle east what makes yemen in syria different from what's going on in. the close up team has been to boulder graham richard thank you all the turning point i'm bringing more to. this time r.t. goes to the region where half of the area is occupied by a nature preserve the for the young generation the transit in their ancestors tamps
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down where the mysterious city on the deadlocks world come from the republic of north of such a russian cocky. wealthy british style. sometimes the title of. a market finance scandal. find out what's really happening to the global economy with mike's concert for a no holds barred look at the global financial headlines tune into a report on our t.v. . more than a month. in one of the most extreme environments on the planet this is and charge it up and people have to be aware that they're far away from civilization.


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