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the week's top stories here greece is going to protests of prime minister reshuffle the cabinet to push through a fresh will stare at the package you're. in the middle of the night and all summer all moms london here. nato airstrikes reportedly hits one of tripoli's residential areas destroying a house and killing least seven. states role in russia's economy must be the president of speaks out on international economic
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importance and peace is. what i say should. we think is really welcome to the program. the man who has taken on the poison chalice says greece's new finance minister has admitted he faces a real war his biggest challenge is convincing angry greeks to face more austerity cuts to secure a new beta out from europe appointment was part of a cabinet reshuffle aimed at appeasing those who are offering fierce resistance on the streets of a capital center for his course on the middle of the tests. because if. the protest is still going to be. the truth of the facts larry they can. go to. it was
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going to go to the man at the place trying to find the final film breaking out. i love the people on the street. the bible because tell me what i don't feel that. the people behind the provoking. people still be think i can see the central state even though you can't pick up something that's off by the plate they turned out to take time to get a place to start their i guess about the economic situation has been happening that god can they want to. see the tensions between people trying to. retaliate stuff. that. was
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a situation that carried say the toughest back in the police and fire. them managing by the looks of things that the police actually of the such a scary. there's a lot of the place has to run things like castles and we spoke to some of the nato guys turn the t.v. into a bloody places today they said that they wanted it to be peaceful until the end of june and so any of these measures will cause see the police telling us take us into the crowd that incredibly hard to breathe only space not to pleasant for anyone there's lots of people getting medical treatment around the place. but the violence is really about saying we're not entirely sure if these people when you got busted are provoking the police actually part of the main prey said as he said the people we spoke to said they wanted it to be peaceful and it has been up until now up until it's day when the provocation happened when the police started to charge push them back out. so if you're a skeptic and british your m.p. nigel farage says the reason politicians are kids. in the us is to protect the
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banks. one of the reasons that everybody is so determined to keep greece in the euro is so that the banks don't have to take a serious hit at their feet policy so there's something has gone seriously wrong system is almost as it was only a lot of politicians and bankers first of all people i'm sure that's what the people in the streets of athens today feel like don't think the banking crisis is over i suspect but it's how i did many cases it might have been better to do what iceland did and they say look these banks go bust these people lose their jobs these people lose their money but time for the bats live and i suspect we're going to regret keeping the banks afloat and imprisoning countries like greece inside a currency union which they're just not suited. for the greeks express their anger at facing further cuts germans and the us furious about having to pay for it again
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. german m.p. class peter wilson explains why he thinks countries should look after themselves. and you will treaties. that was regulated that there must be any bailout because otherwise you will ruin the public here finances for those countries who are contributing to it as long as each country is responsible for its budget has to take full responsibility and the only right answer to that is no way about. that. at least seven civilians in libya have reportedly been killed while nato airstrike hit a residential house overnight and earlier the alliance confirmed it had mistakenly attacked rebel forces the number killed in that friendly fire attack is not there but if the national reports from the capital tripoli. residents of city seem
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a distance here in tripoli have been broken up by a strike in the middle of the night a mob of several moms landed here this story as you can see behind me several three story buildings as we were told at least four families have been living in the damaged houses which is from twelve to fourteen people some of the people are still missing as you can see behind me the rescue operation is now undergoing but people here on the ground saying that there is little hope that someone could be alive the buildings on the opposite side of this street have also been partially damaged but we were told that no one from there has been hurt but the government spokesperson looked at him aside by him has come to the scene photos this happened and he has this civilian area had been seen by may take pride they want to conduct a look at some of the sky people would kill children with my own hands with my own eyes still and help pick out little girls who would kill and getting the boys the
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father and the mother to whole families banished under this attack you cannot just because the target shooting this is the competence of this incident consummates continuing intense bombardment of the river in a time morons are actually being taught day and night we are all the time hearing sounds of having explosions russia which has always been against mistry means to stifle the process of live in conflict has recently signed a peace treaty a chance to leave it to try to displace the war in size to start talking after missing the rebels in benghazi and pro productive people here in st louis making money off a side that he believes the raise for peaceful solution of this crisis with both sides saying they're ready for negotiations with the needs are now ready to provide an appropriate location for tolls. but what we're seeing on the wrong with mate
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second team in mumbai are the ones and people feeling exhausted and angry it was made it very clear we can say for sure compromise could be possible but this is a very long way to go it may have some of the law or just all the reserves on the planet but these days labor is also god some of the longest queues at his pastoral stations international sanctions imposed on the embattled colonel's regime to not include a few and. the major is targeting tank lorries if suspected the fuel might be used by gadhafi is military forces with roads closed factories at a stop and foreign workers long since gone from the war stricken country is facing its worst energy crisis ever the new realities ordinarily been clobbers now spend vast amounts of time queuing for a few months ago this became a common theme in the. country people have been lining up to fill up their cars
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even days but this line is a little different compared to the gas station at the end of this here is union only and barker is a universe to students and has volunteered here to help organize the process she stamps q russian boots which allow individuals to thirty five liters a week she believes it's a great idea to have women on the stations. all asian into the women have too many things to do they don't fight each other world queuing and never should change of the year is now in the year so we're able to serve up to nine hundred cars in the line of to look at me this line is long but others are ruben longer patrols still cheaper than the water here just a few cents for a litter it's just that is often in short supply. if there is no fuel we have to leave our cars and richland re-entry appears. could be dates. women only gas
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stations is one of many innovations supposed to ease people's lives in a country that cares there are also special powers for ambulances and police cars. for the middle surrounded us but we should move on so we try to do our best to help people get by if we give up will die of the it's a lot of those seeking to oust colonel gadhafi may have been hoping the hardships will incite people to rise up against their leader but instead it only seems to be fueling people's hatred towards what they feel is western imperialism and need nato damaged our city destroyed our life they told us they want to save people is that the way to seize the people tell me that this is just a crime. while the war in size try to find their way out of months of devastating conflict ordinary people looking for a way to just leave their everyday lives dreaming about times when these nightmare
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would be with a distant memory. grief r t tripoli. where u.s. action in libya reaches its ninety day deadline on sunday when a group of congressmen are suing president of brother resorting to mentoring danger and got official approval but the voice of russia radio host. says he doesn't believe congress will pull the plug on america's involvement. the problem is that when there was a prior lawsuit during clinton's foray into the former yugoslavia dennis consideration of a group of other congressmen even at that time filed a very similar lawsuit saying that it was illegal and it went to a district court but the district court said in the individual congressmen did not have any sort of standing the reality is i think still a majority of congressmen are star you know going to support the actions in libya and afghanistan and so on congress is not going to. come and say that we shouldn't be doing this and try to defund it and besides obama is currently using
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discretionary department of funds discretionary funds to get around it anyway so you know it's a question of how effective it would be if it works in you know to their benefit we do live in a military industrial complex type of world where they have they have the purse strings they have the power. of evolution in egypt first seemed more successful than the vicious stalemate in libya but since hosni mubarak fell in february around seven thousand people have been jailed by egypt's military rulers and this. is the revolution to install democracy has changed very little. some have been jailed simply for criticizing the government others have been brought up on spurious charges of court unquote insulting the military but increasingly and certainly given the incredible high number of detentions to tensions of civilians not attentions of people who have you know tried to undermine the regime the people simply criticizing the military this is
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a very dangerous trend egyptian dissidents and while there are some who are in prison in military prisons and they describe incredible torture they describe electrocution they describe waterboarding to describe regular beatings and this was the egyptian military that stood behind mubarak until the last minute or so water have been games and we hope that egypt has a brighter future ahead of it there are still many many challenges that it's hard to overcome if egypt is going to move towards democracy and liberalism and openness in the west in fact is a very important role to play. with r.t.i. so i had this out on the program cleaning up because she was reacting to what's. happening. on the dangers posed by radiation leaks. the u.s. is accused of using physical pressure to extradite it's not good for them to do this. the state should have less of an influence in
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russia's economy part of. a future. international norm for this week he joined the business leaders and politicians to discuss ways sure the world should. not seize any similar. modernization based on stifling corruption de france realizing power and government reforms all goals voiced by president made a gift at this year's international economic forum here is think petersburg where how rush say is going to attempt to become one of the world's biggest and most effective economies was laid out. we shouldn't hesitate to say goodbye to many bad habits we can focus only on a step by step development it's a mistake we should focus on the following improving the investment climate in russia to create new jobs in the regions making progress in the fight against corruption the creation of a modern police service and other security forces improving the effectiveness of the justice system and finally
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a modernization of government applying modern approaches and the decentralizing of power of course the main bad habit as the president calls it is corruption which he says is choking russia's economy this was his message to the country's officials that don't do business according to the law. the noose around the neck of those who practice corruption should be tightened and the whole of russia agrees with this without any exception but corruption is very difficult to deal with the government should be purged of corruption in a more decisive way and for that purpose we should in harms way those suspected of corruption are dismissed from public service another issue that's hampering russia's economic development is it not being a member of the world trade organization lately we're hearing from a lot of officials that expansion to the w t over russia is possible by the end of this year the president agrees but says only under very specific circumstances.
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we have long been ready to join the w t o more than many other countries small or large everyone is perfectly aware of that still we are asked to make an unseemly large number of concessions this kind of approach is unacceptable russia will not agree to any evidently unfavorable solutions and of course presumably the one question on all of the minds of the business executive innovators and world leaders will president medvedev run for reelection well it was their first last question of the forum and this is what medvedev had to say yes sure when i consider it appropriate to tell you whether i will do it or not i will come out and say it this forum is not the best place for that one thing you can be sure of is that i will be able to avoid making that statement and i will have to tell the people of russia and anyone else who's interested about my decision that's him we will not have to wait much longer. every story requires some kind of intrigue the boys will be no interest in living. so let's keep the intrigue
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a bit longer. and certainly no intrigue surrounding what platform and bet it would run on if it doesn't out he's running for reelection it will be all about modernization reporting from st petersburg anything now a party. and among the bears attending the forum was the chinese leader who jintao he said that the world economy is still recovering slowly and that reform of the global financial system is needed. for a major energy deal with russia was on the table. and here supply contract wasn't signed her as a price for russian gas has yet to be agreed well the two leaders did put pen to paper on a number of other people to fields while crisscrossing the wider world they agreed that the countries involved in the libyan conflict must stick to the un resolutions are going to based political scientists built on things that russia and china's increased cooperation will have little benefits. china russia trade an economic
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relationship and a huge development between two nations i believe is not only of the impacting the european continent but oversaw the global scene i believe the wall these are the crossroads historic crossroads or some may say no wallace at the brink of evil being sucked you all are all the coming to us nato military intervention in libya and now moving into possibly syria or even to iran if russia or china or these air sea all the alliance we saw that not enough to stop the u.s. led nato military aggression in the north african region so i hope so see all russia or china or china or russia leaving leading this new global moving on to balance of power in the wall and saw that they can build
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a new world order where no more unilateral aggressive or you can clone your own methodology being put into a sovereign nation such as libya. for wider outlook on how the emerging powers could reshape the financial landscape check out our website is in a section expert opinion on the latest updates on the spectacle that's going on in the global economy just log on to our to be part of this thing. this week iran attempting to convince the atomic agency that its problem is peaceful came as the u.n. considered right of sanctions tehran's nuclear plants. and voice and shanghai cooperation organization dismissed as groundless accusations that the program was the truth i mentioned in exclusive interview with r.t. . many allegations was raised by the united states and i proved that investigation . taking samples and had it legal process all these allegations. before coming to
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the end i was in charge of escorting all these specters and i was with them in this military size that would prove this allegation had no basis is every unfortunate after eight years the early morning new stories one thing is clear we do not have any program for nuclear we are fully cooperating with. the unprecedented the most robust is picturing the history of order five thousand mandy's have found no evidence of divergence of nuclear material to agree with their purposes and the statement claimed by the ocean we do respect and i categorically reject. well iran for a nuclear program doesn't seem to have been affected by vents in japan there the operator of the plant says it may take several days for the system to decontaminate
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radioactive water can be restarted. corp is being hampered by high radiation levels which are now far beyond safety limits it's called water overflowed in a week for solutions on the latest setback comes as an international atomic energy agency report criticised the government's slow response to the nuclear disaster quake and tsunami games call with the website so the risk to people's health remains very real. any leaks of any kind are going to be an incredible burden on the efforts that are already under way to try to clean up the water decontaminated because they are now running out of space to actually story the contaminated water in the fukushima in the immediate vicinity of the plant and i believe within two weeks they're actually going to run out of space so they're trying to get a system on life for treating the water. but apparently the test for that is going
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to be pushed back another few days it's already been pushed back from last friday so there is no such thing as a safe level of radiation exposure that any level of radiation exposure increases the risk of cancer and however negligible that risk will be with any particular person on any particular date any particular spot when it's averaged out over a large population like it's living in the fukushima region unfortunately means there will be over time an increase in intensity rates there and it's really just a question of how many. from disasters to natural ones it's around to expose the unpredictable risks of avalanches junkies racing the danger. stream cascading from. the view is missed. this beauty brings down to speed of more than one hundred kilometers.
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long. this week in new york judge questioned the validity of evidence against vick to boot the russian than america accuses of being an international gun runner since his controversial extradition from thailand has consistently said he has a chance of a fair trial. in the story. he is the russian citizen america fought relentlessly to adopt her but was secretly and swiftly extradited to the u.s. seven months ago and this may be where he stays indefinitely it found guilty on arms smuggling and terrorism related charges. he's looking at like there's no parole there's no early release on the federal system really the only one in the federal system to get a reduction in. a significant reduction is if you cooperate with the united
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states government some have argued this needs to be on captain america's team however captain america is being accused of playing dirty and illegally to remove the air cargo business man from thailand according to documents released by wiki leaks all levels of washington top to bottom mounted political pressure against bangkok to gain custody of boot in a u.s. cable dated august thirteenth two thousand and nine u.s. president barack obama was urged to call thailand's prime minister directly about boot the u.s. attorney general and state department were encouraged to call the thai ambassador highlighting the massive drug enforcement administration commitment to thailand and the us ambassador in bangkok urged that high government to issue a public statement of disappointment at the judge's ruling not to extradite boot so america is the world's most powerful nation but if not more powerful than the world unfortunately the way things stand right now they're willing to flaunt every
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international law to get what they want and that means doing all these illegal things in the case of the extradite him or i should say kidnapping who was arrested in bangkok in march two thousand and eight during a u.s. sting operation he was charged with conspiring to sell weapons to colombian fark rebels on two occasions that high court rejected america's extradition request when an entourage of farmed u.s. agents removed him from thailand following a decision of the thai government his extradition was still not legally approved the covert operation was kept secret from russia but it's family and his attorney put in. the transfer of goo to america was a violation of a very important thai american treaty signed in one thousand nine hundred which the political offenders cannot be extradited was the case was not finalized and was moved to the us america used various means political. another's outside the boundaries of jus legal process to get victor boot that means that your government
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is not getting a fair deal to this day high officials have not provided official documents explaining the legal grounds behind the extradition this despite repeated inquiries made by the russian foreign ministry there to their credit that we knew for sure let's all move into sixteenth two thousand turned at the moment one big debate was physically taken out of the time prison his case was being considered by the time i called to the appeals that is why there are no legal grounds for him to face a u.s. court. meantime victor boob remains in the u.s. prison held in solitary confinement his wife doubts her husband will receive a fair trial from the country she says violated international and bilateral laws to get water in there anyways but it's clear to everyone that the case has long been moved from the sphere of lots of politics i think or rather i would love to think
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that the american court is unbiased but i have strong doubts about it because i think such pressure could be put on anyone including the jury. the country accusing victor who are dealing now finds itself accused of political harm mistakes come october an american jury will decide the picture of the future to day political pressure at surfside by the u.s. army evidently they are worried a fortnight artsy new york. to recap our top stories in just a couple. see
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