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six months after major ethnic clashes took place in the center of moscow new unrest is feared following friday's murder of a national icon and former russian colonel. we don't want to be we don't want to be . but these are all the things that they actually created the music is a construct of the do the very best activists try to draw media attention to a secretive meeting of some of the world's most influential figures the modern the bill the bird will be opened up to public scrutiny. and then next winter games host russia city of sochi is getting a major place slip to make sure its infrastructure and sports facilities are fit
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for paralympic athletes and spectators with disabilities. there you're watching r.t. welcome to the program. well it's exactly six months since the russian capital was shaken by ethnic clashes triggered by the death of a football fan well now a new unrest is feared following friday's murder of a nationalist figurehead a former military commander who served time in jail for killing a chechen teenage girl police believe his killing may have been an attempt to ignite ethnic tensions in his piece all of the reports. you're a putdown of a hugely controversial figure here in russia being a highly decorated military officer the commander of a tank regiment during the second chechen war he was stripped of all of those those owners following his two thousand and three conviction for the of the shin and
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killing of an eighteen year old chechen woman now he remains in prison and till late two thousand and nine when he was released on parole around twelve o'clock today here in central moscow is busy busy streets in the center of of the russian capital he was gunned down just behind me to through an archway there between a courtyard of a department police saying he was shot four times in the head the investigation of course no in its early stages but they've already said that they have found a car believed to have been used by the by the killers they call they found a gun with a silencer fits into a vehicle was partially burnt out and they are saying that the driver of that car was slavic ethnicity and they will be giving us more information on that as soon as they get it no doubt of lawyer has said this is no way in his opinion this was a revenge killing for the for the crime he committed in chechnya he believes that
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this is as do investigators that this is a crime to speak committed to incite hatred in the country which is taking into account pulled down or personality and his history the investigation is not ruling out that his murder may have been a probation there is also no evidence that one or another ethnic group was behind the killing. done of was viewed in some circles or russia in some nationalist groups in far right groups as a hero an iconic figure for what he did during the chechen war no we have to wait and see if there will be any response from those organizations or to be any protests but yes it does appear that this has what we're hearing from investigators and from battles in. it had been done to provoke a reaction from the groups and to incite ethnic tensions in the country. with r.t. still ahead this hour an unlikely alliance. look
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at how. joining the course of. the state of israel. let's join our close up team want to turn into one of the most beautiful yet somewhat mysterious places. shrouded in secrecy an invite only meeting of the world's political and financial elites is underway in switzerland the annual gathering of the building is a tract and strong protest conspiracy theories. and it has been following the meeting. the exclusive ski resort of sam ritz in june is perfect build a territory out of season and crucially practically deserted there are two hives of activity in town though one's the luxury hotel super better where around one hundred thirty of the world's most influential politicians businessmen and so
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friends are meeting behind closed doors and the other in a much cheaper hotel where concerned activists are determined to break that wall of secrecy down they'd set up what they believe is the world's first alternative media center they'd work for mainstream outlets too but they're not here just not enough . western media not enough from the u.k.'s it's quite appalling news agency is just really submarines of this year's at indies and on the list is the chancellor of the exchequer george osborne i would have thought that makes it news other bills about regulars include david rockefeller the editor in chief of the economist magazine the greek finance minister and the president of the world bank they're all rumored to be here this year unlike another regular former i.m.f. chief dominique strauss kahn on bail in new york for an alleged sex attack there has been interest from the swiss national press this year bill de burgh which is
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widely believed to support big government and economic consolidation runs entirely contrary to the swiss idea of independence local government and neutrality manfred petritsch has run a successful campaign to batter effect playing on the reported ten million euro taxpayer bill for securing this spanish builder. except that a private meeting because that's what they call themselves a private meeting the security has to be. by the taxpayer and i think a lot of people understand that especially when the government. and here we go and it costs a lot of money to secure this private meeting of these people the agenda is secret along with everything else but building is a believed to be deciding on who should replace their friend the s.k. at the top of the i.m.f.
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that was concentrating on how to save the euro which was show their brainchild we. don't. know but these are all the things that actually created. the construct of. the euro is a construct of the building because this building is different. securities much lower key first start and there's no kilometer wide cordon around the hotel but secrecy still dominates with process just saying even this with government is attending every year though there are more and more activists and increasing media attention they're saying if you told us what was going on we wouldn't have to speculate. but i will keep you updated on the building meeting artie's twitter feed she tweets that an italian member of the european parliament was a song to try to sneak into the hotel where the conference is taking place. party
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underscore come to stay on top of developments. to intercept. the conflicts between israelis and palestinians in the middle east still shows little sign of reaching a peaceful resolution new york there's a group of ultra orthodox jews devoted to the palestinian struggle. now discovered and the state of israel is the m solution. every rally. every demonstration. every opportunity to voice opposition. that is. a particular course of orthodox jews joins forces with a loud choir of palestinian supporters. the collective voice is otherwise known as new tory carta ultra traditional jews who
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are religious lee opposed to the creation and existence of israel it is like the last it is good it has latched itself to was terrible painful movement of zionism which is the high ground behind the state of israel and it's my job to be sure i'm david according to rabbi dovid weiss jews were exiled from the land of israel because of their sins which were a quarter worshippers believe restoration of the land should only happen with the coming of the messiah and told them we are jews who have become a celebrity. according to a neutral record israel and zionism are in direct conflict with the torah they campaign for israel to be dismantled and the holy land returned to arabs who originally occupied. it tory kartik and best be understood within the confines of east williamsburg brooklyn which comprises the largest community of antis orthodox
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jews in the us an inclusive neighborhood dressed in traditional modest clothing defined by large families of up to twelve kids hear you speak yiddish kosher pray three times a day and display no flag of support for israel the jewish children living in this community all attend private schools boys and girls are separated but supporters of natori car tie say all the students learn from a curriculum that opposes. israel and zionists rabbi dovid feldman says activism plays a strong role in the religious life of a new tory core to jews and this includes meeting with leaders of muslim countries in the north. polar. regions. with respect. to have a serious problem with occupation which we happen to agree with. an agreement that has raised eyebrows members of natori corkey i have spoken several times with
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iranian president mahmoud ahmadinejad who they call a peace loving leader. but they've publicly praised turkish officials and even traveled to the country last year visiting injured activists following the israeli raid on the gaza flotilla. very often overseas demonstrations against israel have turned violent from london and montreal to the middle east a bloody and bruising backlash has transpired critics have classified jews as extremists and israel supporters deem them as traitors even here in new york city. your. rabbi weiss is familiar with the dangers that surround natori karta ready to go live to say it is very it's not an easy life devoted to their faith even if it means facing contempt every step of the way.
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archie new york. a stronger crew israeli lobby in the u.s. is leading some critics to say washington is not a fair broker in the middle east peace process but more on that and you can check out the columns section on our website broken contributor. writes about why some u.s. senators are openly opposing president obama's mentors called two state solution. if. the terminator will change their make an epic crossing from russia's east to west is reached his final destination. things on their. journey from getting stuck in the middle of april since then he braved around eleven thousand kilometers each hiking with their trip
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on. despite the hardships which included one of them to ditch santa says he is happy to have made new friends there is no awareness of disability issues it's also the goal set by the paralympic games to be held in the twenty three. scheme port city has begun preparing a welcome for the sable that round the world is it easy for a man in a wheelchair to travel to sochi a tough question for the mayor and his aides as the city is preparing to host the two thousand and fourteen winter paralympics he asked russia's paralympic champion mick keelty range of to inspect seoul cheese newly built airport. we like to this place is one of the few airports in russia that have lived and advised to help disabled passengers to board the plane throughout the city however there are issues that require attention but i'm sure they'll be dealt with. all the newly built ice rink steady and ski pistons are equipped in accordance with strict paralympic
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standards but in the city itself with its aging infrastructure still a lot has to be done to comply sochi sidewalks shops and restaurants are also undergoing massive construction to comply with strict standards so that nowhere result and even though competition such as iceland harkey and alpine skiing will be held far from the city center thanks to the games she will be more accessible for people with disabilities living in less the legacy for locals and visitors alike russia's paralympic squad topped the overall standings at the vancouver two thousand and ten winter games thirty eight medals twelve gold silver and sixteen bronze we spoke with russia's paralympic champion. as he was preparing for the three week training in sochi. russia will be hosting the paralympics it's good when the games are being held at home. and it's a great responsibility we just can't lose the first paralympic test event in skiing
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and biathlon will be held as early as next year drawing unprecedented international attention to the small russian town so for most people here it's a chance to show their hospital a key to the special guests creating a comfortable barrier free environment the first of its kind in russia and also a great opportunity to see the russian olympic team in action. r t sochi. it's all the stories we're covering and always available for you online the party dot com so as blogs unique video clips and expert analysis here's what's there for you right now just a click away. smash in the true colors of the ivy carpark in moscow using metal bars stones and who made explosives first such agent plus. another adoption scandal erupts between moscow and washington after russian girl was definitely a great american foster father. so
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the pictures confirmed this week that almost forty thousand users are falling victim to personal data loss following a major cyber attack on the company's website the resident show has taken the streets of new york to ask the public about the attention of victims of hackers. sony intend even the f.b.i. it seems like no one is safe from hackers these days are these cyber punks heroes or belittle this week let's talk about that technically speaking they are heroes because. everything they are they are. security systems but what if a robber a bank robber is technically. proficient enough to get into
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a bank does that make him a hero to. the police department goes into certain things and the government goes into certain things probably i would put that on the same level as i would someone who goes in and hacks into a site they're not supposed to be on their harvest which are five things the logical points and because we're just doing illegal activities. i think you just make. if it's done really to open the lens to things that should be i don't have that much of a problem is that it's so subjective though why are we entrusting thieves essentially making that kind of a judgment call. they use that's a strong word well they're going to take in people's him information good or bad for the good or bad if you're if you're going to be taking a lot of credit card numbers and credit card accounts and doing that type of thing
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and you're using that information again her private citizens. i don't think that's a good thing have you ever had your personal information had i actually yeah you know and i felt. so violated and trying to control the information it's just. it's an awful feeling so oh i think it's going to get worse much worse because i have five daughters ranging from twenty three down to twelve years old and they're you know they don't think anything's ever going to happen to them and they're out there with all of it in even though the warnings from here. it's the next generation so if you caught them putting stuff out there you like don't put that out there this is the cell phone numbers yeah but do you think hackers are villains or heroes the bottom line is if you have information in a database someplace in fears about a potential target. take a brief look at some other headlines around the world. in the yemen thousands
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gather on streets across the country because the president or any of the sunday led to saudi arabia he was supposed to seek medical treatment for injuries received in this compound. and straight as a transitional government. since the beginning of the year hundreds of people have been killed in protests against his rule. french finance minister christine lagarde looks set to take the top job at the international monetary fund one of the main rivals the head of kazakhstan central bank that's quit the contest for the post and the mexican bank governor constance hopes to your donation. become the first woman to do. traffic in chile in brazil has been brought to a standstill. the ropes in south america has also affected their travel and you're
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quite right in terms of sirens and soon after operations after three hundred flights were canceled this week. say the eruption is expected in the coming things . the rush hour close up series where this time a team that travels to northern setia. christian churches agricultural prosperity and the magnificent ancient acropolis known as the city of the dead today we look into the most mysterious sights and southern russian village of dugouts but it's not in sight it's a dark legacy that draws the locals away in a question about the scope. we continue our acceleration of the northwest as a republic and this time with is it a unique historical areas religion of god gods or ask the locals call it here the city of the dads the cemetery has almost one hundred patients don't cripps where
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people they used to live have buried their loved ones along with their belongings there's a valley stretches for over seventeen kilometers and there's a real open air museum for a saturday and they say that this place how does them imagine live down here in this area four hundred years ago meanwhile day to day life continues along sighs this images of the past. three hours drive through a dangerous sneaking road out in the mountains and chaffed troops but it's worth it there are a lot of different legends and myths around this area in the past locals try to avoid going to the city of diet as they say anyone who dares to get in will never get out alive and even now there are hardly any tourists around this place which might be more to the difficulty of getting here rather than any death curse.
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in the times of the pleat many people was no one left to believe them would come to the crypt and wait for their priest to mount sion about the city of the god of the beginning of the fourteenth century the ancestors of insanity and central down on the five mountain ridges with the land was so expansive they were forced to choose the windiest and most unserviceable pleas to build a cemetery these days the area now provides a huge opportunity for archaeologists items found out the cemetery have been treated both professionals and local homages for example few people knew that the bodies were buried in actual bloats why considering none of the rivers here were navigable well now it's believed in such an start. in order to get to haven't the soul of the departed had to cross the river these days the surrounding area may once again be alive with agriculture and opportunity but it's been deserted way
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people in search of a different lifestyle. for lucullus. this is a devastating fact he has built his own hydro power plants that provide him and his family without a trace a d. but he doesn't know who will inherit his legacy. the idea was born over ten years ago but it took me several years to build it from scratch i used everything i could possibly find i call my bench in a brief wheel but what i see now is that people are leaving half of our village left in less than ten years. believes the only thing that can reverse the situation is the creation of the necessary infrastructure new roads new jobs and new opportunities to stop people leaving young people may be attracted to the bright lights of the c.d.'s that the locals there are leaving behind a truly unique point of pressure the land up north of here if they're around it by
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mountain fairy tales and while driving along this no one can certainly run into a courage or a small mark landing into the theory of father do you want a gay who left his sick real life to live hand this monastery the highest situated in russia connects the past and the present the church was only build some six years ago but it stands in the entire word the dates back to the sixteenth century during the if it is celebrations over ten thousand people come here for local christians this place is unique maybe because of its location nobody knows after spending several hours hand it really feels like it's a mountainous area marries the past with the present and if you listen hard enough you can almost chant the full fathers of a sacha singing their songs by the fire to focus more on big historical importance of this area for us as he is now joined by two would study of the out of the guys
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you find busy here in the work this as yet thank you very much. for joining us so why do you think the locals still consider this place as a special area well goss's. village located high up in the modern assume the border just value what it is is a set of. it's known for its proper this or silver that is recalled and what it is is a sort of groups where people used to roll with me in case they were contaminated was with some infectious disease like plag or tuberculosis and you know their relatives would bring them food and you could still see the little small plates there and actually there are there are boards of the dead dressed in medieval roads and houses so the size important diminished for the people well i can't speak for everyone else here but every time i visit there i get
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a lot of feelings and. one of the main feelings or said. i i really have to keep myself from the church so to speak and not bring down the values that that i carry on the bill left. those values are like dignity honesty modesty all those other. good qualities over from being all right thank you very much was that see more time we have be had i'll be guarantee fund which is based here in the north or south sudan and meanwhile our team continues to bring you the latest pictures of live down here in russia's north caucasus in the republic of north the south yes. indeed the headlines will be next you stay with us here on a c.
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we'll. bring you the latest in science and technology from the ground floor so. we've dumped the future coverage. come one stream cascading from mountain slopes the view is midsomer much. of this beauty brings deaths and a speed of more than two hundred kilometers per. step to the avalanche and
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on. to a substantial degree and one form or another socialism has spread the shadow of human regimentation over most of the nations of europe. and the shadow is encroaching upon her to. leave early twenty first century military bases a network of military bases all around the forms of illegal empire that the united states is trying to build it's astonishing most americans have no idea there are more than a quarter of a million or more than two hundred fifty thousand u.s. troops stationed on these bases all around us. we don't have power bases in america we don't have any british base we don't have any korean base we don't have any french bases or you know we just all american bases in. there are the
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noises our noise and doesn't bother us at all because they're all bases but for other people it's almost like a cancer here for these people since the into world war two the spaces have been for. them and we're here to provide a safe and secure environment for everybody. because since the appeals to get everything you needed. more news today violence has once again flared up. these are the images the world has been seeing from the streets of candy that. giant corporations are old today.


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