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more news today. fleda if you think these are the images cold world has been seeing from the streets of canada. trying to corporations are on the day. look.
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and these are the top stories of the week russia mourns the forty five victims of tuesday's plane crash in the northwest of the country aircraft went on fire after a crash landing in a major road just a kilometer from its destination a pilot error and poor weather conditions are believed to be the main causes of the tragedy. levy is seen as surge in the number of civilian casualties from nato airstrikes in the country with the latest bombing reportedly killing fifteen libyan officials say over eight hundred civilians have died since the operation began in march. and demands for greece to impose tougher budget cuts to secure a fresh bailout sparked mass protests at home and yet another rescue plan was in the blog that's amid predictions that the euro is on the brink of collapse. one of
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russia's richest man has decided to enter the world of politics has been elected leader of the right cause party he's playing to win seats in december parliamentary elections and told r.t. he eventually wants to be prime minister in this exclusive interview with corpus going to. he is a successful businessman one of the wealthiest in the world also a big sports fan the owner of the jersey nets and nell the leader of the right cause political party which is aiming to become russia's second most powerful political force i'm joined by me. why does such a successful businessman like you want to get into politics. you know when you achieve personal success and when you know this country well any normal person in my position would have a desire to do something for other people there's a mechanism for that and it's called politics who people have to deal with politics
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when they go to polling stations there's also the job of a professional politician and so i've made a decision to become a professional politician to help the citizens of this country to live better writer but i don't support let's talk about some of russia's biggest problems start corruption annually sucks in nearly one third of g.d.p. according to some calculations half of business spending is on kickbacks and bribes as a representative of business would you agree with these figures and what can be done to improve the situation. this is a well known fact these figures are unlikely to surprise anybody i think that our main problem is that the old model has exhausted its potential for development we should suggest a new model of political and economic development a new audiology a new everything this new model should produce a new effect i know how we should do that and we are going to explain it to every russian in our party program in a very simple way but does the right cause party have the resources to develop this
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new political model i think that even opportunity emerges to bring it home to our citizens what you deem necessary this chance cannot be missed the motto of who us can do it but me is very urgent at the moment. is it possible to do business in russia would. well and having close ties with those in power you know you need to have some connections to do business in any country everything depends on the measure of these connections to a greater or minor degree big business always has more ties and connections we are like the rest of the world in this respect. where would you put the level of corruption in russia on ten point scale the level of corruption is high and it permeates practically all spheres of life for our people i think that we've inherited this corruption in the former u.s.s.r. it was more widespread at that time in order to buy meat it was necessary to make friends with butchers in order to buy nice clothes it was necessary to have
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friendly ties with shop directors in the market economy this is become a thing of the past but a new kind of corruption has appeared everything linked to people's daily life is corrupt everybody talks about that we understand how we should tackle this problem russia's economy is still deeply dependent on natural resources and their export obviously this is a dead end is an innovation beast economy possible in russia and what needs to be done to build it i think you should put this question a bit wider what competitive advantages does this country have compared to other countries we should develop them apart from our oil and gas sector we are also a great transit power that we don't build roads railroads or normal airports but we can link together two parts of the globe like europe and china we have unique human resources which have been underused and we're planning to focus our efforts exactly on the human potential. what's your take on russia's judicial system can it be
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called independent and what's your opinion on me for that of course second criminal case i think that our judicial system is imperfect just because of the mere fact that we don't comply with the constitution our constitution has a provision. in about the administrative court but it's been shelved for twelve years it's the administrative court that's supposed to defend our citizens if a citizen doesn't like a directive issued by a bureaucrat he can turn to an administrative court for help if you're a prat in turn to prove that his directive is in line with the law today a bureaucrat takes no responsibility this is a problem that needs to be tackled by did minister to have caught the second thing is linked to hold a costly law is a law irrespective of whether it's good or bad all of us are obliged to stick to this law if there are faults in it it's the task of a political party to suggest amendments even this imperfect law implies
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a procedure called early release on parole i personally think there are no grounds to deny court of course the eleven day of their right to be released early on parole. by the last ten years saw the construction of a massive vertical wind of power many of the region's privileges have been moved to moscow for example the election of regional governors was cancelled in your opinion does such a system meet more and he meant. only a system that can answer one simple question easily can be considered to match modern reality and problem should be solved wherever emerges our system of government doesn't meet that criteria at the moment. it's well known that you have close ties to both with the kremlin and the government but the right cause party can be considered opposition even though us others to forget this term nevertheless the policies you want to put forward or different from those of the current
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political force in the us then this is just a different model a different vision the united russia party is a political monopoly and we will be fighting all kinds of monopolies whether political natural spiritual or economic with competition. but do you think your own ideas may become a problem for your interests having such close ties with those in power. i believe every development model comes from the inside correspondingly this is my conviction and therefore i will be proposing that so reticent do you see yourself running for president in the future but. i'm not the kind of person he tends to dream or plunge into illusions we have particular goals to get into russia's lower house of parliament with the maximum number of votes what i also understand is that i could be a good prime minister if the party successful i would fight for this position. which here's a question on a totally different issue our audience is quite international as the owner of the
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new jersey nets can you shed some light on what awaits the team this year any surprises me it would. seem will be consolidating we have a clear plan and we're not going to give up this plan and i've announced time and time again that within four years we will become champions. another nonpolitical question about your might be it's reported there is already a five year waiting list for the score is ten years. eddie even ten so it's a tremendous success even though the core is not being produced and most people haven't seen these cars in real life is there also interest from abroad and how do you evaluate russia's core market in general but. i'm really happy to see such great demand for the new russian car our people want to see something new in russian so we must meet their expectations as well russia's automotive industry i think is now following the traditional way trying to get modern western makes into
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the country localization of any western car broadens the gap by seven or eight years this is why we chose a different way to make an entirely new car based on a new concept we need to be able to move forwards in time past the point of innovation and that's what innovators take risks for. is it possible to make parallels between the your might be and the right cause party do you expect the party to be as popular as the score among the people from i mean i wouldn't have gone into politics if i didn't think so. thank you very much thank you. seventy six hours of intense fighting. six thousand dead at
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a beach front battlefields several kilometers long. and now there is only one person who cares. you see we are surrounded by grabbers everywhere but also there are. on this beach which of course is the most appropriate city signification a symbol of everything that's wrong with our goddamn government allowing not only garbage but to accumulate where so many guys died. a new battle is going on. will the history be protected. return to terra what julian cooper story on our t.v. . i was just thinking about my future before the foreign companies came i dreamed of
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owning a can cutting factory. but we have less garbage now. some businesses who come here make fun of me. picking up garbage boy i'm not bad like people think. i'm a good person. it's just the people don't see me. but i feel that with time people will like me as. i feel people will start to appreciate us. today children play war in the old case me. but in june nine hundred forty one these walls were the first barrier for the nazi
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troops on their way to moscow and. funders the rest of us were dying one by one under seize the sun without water. quite. in the last shelter an unnamed soldier left a few simple words very well mother i'm dying but i'm not surrendering. if.
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it was a joke. this is truly still keeps its secrets but now it's time to reveal that the soviet files on oxys leg. hungry for the full story we've got it first hand the biggest issues get a human voice face to face with the news makers. innovation cluster in the center of siberia one city has revolutionary ideas for the automotive industry your expenditures that sucked in fiction straight out of software to make three d. jungle street and the building blocks for russia's first nationwide four g. network tomes going top down technology up to. please the future
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week's top stories here in r.t.e. russia mourns the sick forty six victims of tuesday's plane crash in the northwest of the country the aircraft caught fire after a crash landing on a major road just a kilometer of promise destination pilot error and poor weather conditions are believed to be the main cause of the tragedy. levy is seen as a surge in the number of civilian casualties from nato airstrikes on the country with the latest bombing reportedly killing fifteen. libyan officials say over eight hundred civilians have died since the operation began in march. and new demands for greece to impose tougher of budget cuts to secure a fresh bailout bark mass protests at home and outrage at yet another rescue plan within the blog that's an introductions that the euro is on the brink of collapse. and sports news next year is here with us in the studio and you know no shock for
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the top three men in action on the wimbledon green yesterday tell us more exactly so they'll all be going into next week. federer just keep on winning meaning of the course up to lately there are a collision course with each other much more rain in just a second. yes thanks indeed for joining us this is sports today this sunday morning plenty ahead including all this. quickstep maria sharapova posts first second win in twenty four hours of wimbledon to make that withdrawn. top all the pile runaway f one leader sebastian vettel clinches pole for the seven time in eight attempts only this season in valencia. on cologne cracker a boxing fans got to enjoy a rip roaring middle class last night in germany and again felix retaining his job
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will you be proud. of the odds are shortening on maria sharapova capturing a second wimbledon title the russian marching on into the last sixteen with victory over klara a pall of a shop while she's yet to drop a single set this tournament on imperious first set this play from the fifth seed this time setting the tone for the second shop of a seemingly always one step ahead of her czech opponent hitting a number you know for hands down the line including this one six two six three the final score chinese try paying up next on monday. well i haven't really heard as much expectations as maybe you guys have on me based on the fact that they keep said i haven't been plus the fourth round here for a few years so i am happy at this point that i got to ariel sharon hopefully this year can go a step further and even more. of his performances are being watched closely not
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only in england but also here in the russian capital recently retired star and olympic champion. stating her compatriots could win in london this year even though shrug of his last grand slam came off the australian open three years ago. if you wish to disturb me i don't there's nothing we might wimbledon was maria's first grand slam title back in two thousand and four i think she likes to play on grass and has a good chance of winning this tournament this season and of course we'll be supporting her and the only russian man there usually. dementor though won't be seeing any more of competitive maria curry after the russian was all stood by serina williams and suffered a their american taking it in straight six three six two. carline wozniacki maybe world number one but the date has never advanced past the last sixteen stage of the all england club the twenty year old reaching that stage again by beating you are justified this time around six three six. all right that brings
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us to the men's side of things where russia's sole remaining representative is still going strong mikail usually booking his place in the last sixteen after taking care of nicolas almagro in four sets it is roger federer next for him six time wimbledon champ and self interest continuing this steamroller competition the twenty nine year old in the fourth round after sweeping aside david nalbandian six four six two six one tennis great machine if not too low but cricket legend sachin tendulkar enjoying another clinical display by the swiss maestro. the real problem for the fending champion rafael nadal either the world number one moving to tie break before walloping miller to love in the deciding set seven six seven six six of the. world over to novak djokovic shot a much tougher time joining the other top seeds and fourth round action cyprian
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marcus baghdatis not giving up without a fight in their own country this final rally indicative of a gruelling six four four six six three six for how it ended the serve the sting and beat against by. this weekend marks one hundred years since the founding of the russian olympic committee celebrations occurring throughout the country but especially here in moscow us constantine to top off reports. russia has a massive olympic tradition there's been many ups and downs throughout the boss century for sports in the country but the biggest achievement is behalf that the russian olympic committee has not been going for one hundred years and delusion hysteria and that housed in the moscow olympics in one thousand eight hundred became the center of celebrations marking that fact russian olympic champions and famous athletes turn up giving everyone the chance to talk to some top sports stars . i think an event such as this one should be held every year as it is an important
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occasion for all the current former and future russian olympians and of the population see that athletes give it their all during the games the exposure would increase regardless of the results. i consider this special day to be a personal holiday for me since i'm in a limb pick campaign i'm going to employ of the olympic committee our main goal is to simply expose as many children as possible to sports for a healthier future generation. there is always something to be improved at the governing body of the russian olympic movement but it has helped to raise a lot of champions and once an athlete takes part in the olympics then olympian forever you know that the banning of everything i do now is connected with sport and that's great i spent more than twenty years in sport and i don't want to let it go i feel some responsibility and i have to give something back after many people
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have put a lot of the effort into making an olympic champion out of. that that. some of the athletes who arrived at the event and still aiming for olympic gold and with the sochi olympics in mind russia international hockey player mike see my family again and gave us last mantle of the appointment of. as russia's new head coach. this. can step forward or fall over to one for himself or. bring the medals or. if you look like people who are disappointed by what was a real festival of sport with thirty five different activities to try out there was something for everyone russia is going to host many significant sports events like the world student game in cousin in twenty thirteen the next year it's the window such olympics and then of course the world cup in twenty teen and
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a lot is being done to make sports more popular among youth and this event is a big part of the program lots of children here enjoying themselves and hopefully many future sports stars are among them playing by the archie must go. dimitri medvedev has lent his considerable weight to the issue of russia's following a limp dick medal tolley's the russian president stating any sport federation not preparing its athletes properly for international competition will face serious questions. this sports ministry must watch particular programs very closely and take all corresponding measures if they're not being carried out properly but the ministry could go as far as to suspend the professional licenses of certain sports federations like in the worst cases they could even take them away permanently. motor sport on it'll be a one to start for red bull at the european grand prix in valencia sebastian vettel and mark webber securing the leading spots on the grid for henri's fernando alonso
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though only managed to post the fourth but this time on the day despite stopping friday's practice in some style. it will start right behind him in fifth while lewis hamilton was third fastest for an hour and russia reynolds vitale petroff was forced to settle for eleventh pullman vettel though aware that can be a temperamental truck. it's a tricky circuit there's so many corners we've got twenty five before we you know cross the line again and especially in qualifying to get every single corner right this is very very difficult so to get the perfect lap in this is quite tough but i think here my first run was was quite good i was very happy and mark obviously in the second run you know of saturday was race day out the latest moto g.p. stopping us and netherlands a joy for ben spies with the american thinking his maiden top flight win with some help from his rivals and opening up rush involving world champion for hillary and so on all supermarkets and shelley among others telling the rider to top spot spies
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opening up before second advantage over casey stoner which will mean until the end finishing ahead of these trillion on on the be it the c.e.o.'s of the third in the store those who extended his lead over the reigns zero to twenty eight so. it's special because this track is a track or group watching all my heroes race on forever and with this weekend being the fiftieth anniversary for yamaha i don't know how it all came together. i had a friend over from the states and all the special collars here and with the way the weather was maybe it was all happening for a reason and we were able to do it today but the race was the race was tough in some ways uneasy in some ways. golf and frederick cops in a cell that solve all the leaderboard heading into the final round of the travelers championship the sweet securing i one stroke lead us he took advantage of some fine weather after days and days of rain some getting off to
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a good start but he really picked up the pace on the back nine starting with this birdie on the tenth hole be approaching also working for the thirty six year old an excellent second effort on the fourteenth there are nineteen year old patrick kunkel a seven armature on course record by scoring sixty in the previous run though he often calmer couldn't maintain his lead on the day still the american six not two for all five strokes away from the top in connecticut. they be a world middleweight title is stinger on the way still felix sturm the german retaining his belt after earning a toss that decision over challenger must you klyn the fighters claiming they would outlast the other in the pre-match trash talk the pair or wherever. the condition was going twelve run distance and hugely entertaining a fur stir again drawing a sizeable home crowd fighting in his native germany for the fourteenth street the
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thirty two year old bombing some solid shots and mocking though including the end of the twelfth run after the two of the three judges probably giving a nod to their home favorite over the game irishman. since two thousand and six and . that is all your sport for whether it's next and i'll see you shortly. twenty years ago in the largest country in the disappearance of the first. one hundred more to come to the beach began a journey. where did it take them. to
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