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corinthian you're skipping this reticent to say a strong kempinski more goods which is to look you eco scum told him. no so to. itself calls now are a must a this is our team also recognizes libya's transitional council as a functioning libyan or parsi in his statement russia's foreign minister emphasize moscow has long called for example to go this is nature as opposed to bringing him down violates international law the. divisions within libya are resonating get down to his family is one of his sons growls the then the colonel stronghold sort of the children and absolutely nothing rather the goals of the office tools to end the bloodshed. and russia remembers the victims of the present school
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massacre that shook the country and the whole world seven years ago the chechen terrorists kept from the one thousand people hostage in this siege the last of the three days and actually three hundred people dead most of them children. friends of libya a group comprised of sixty countries is due to meet in paris to discuss the future of the country post into the head of the countering a special envoy taught exclusively to aussie about what may be in store for the country. now the future of its relations with russia our interview with mikhail margelov coming up next. civil war about to end in libya what's that the chances facing the new libyan authorities what role can russia play and is it going to help the new libya we're joined by
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a russian senate to me. the russian president's special envoy for half an hour and chairman of the federation council's foreign affairs committee. mr margelov some complain that russia's foreign policy is heavily influenced by various factors whereas progressive countries straight away supported the revolutionary forces the opposition the transitional council etc how would you respond to this criticism. our approach has never been to wait and see ever since the world leaders approached president medvedev and their bill and asked him to help establish political dialogue between the different parties in the libyan conflict our approach has never been to just wait and see of course unlike many of the progressive regimes in russian we've had enough of revolution in our own history we prefer evolution that's why we are somewhat reluctant to throw our support behind revolutionary rhetoric we understand clearly that slogans pass away and
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a tedious political process so we're just doing our best to help stop this quite a political process as soon as possible. but when did the bengals the opposition give up the idea of negotiating with colonel gadhafi or his team. which as regards differences within the entity seem to have always been differences over political dialogue and negotiations you always have some people who are more revolution oriented and people who are less revolution oriented i've met those people and i have to say i take them seriously i like them i don't have a lot of respect for them both in tripoli and in benghazi and in other capitals where members of the libya and. it took a little to reside all those people belong to the same political elite which is emerged in libya over the past forty five years and i don't agree with the suggestion that a party that was in favor of political negotiations has suffered a defeat in libya's national transitional council they will still have to negotiate towards a national union after the fight against. russia and the g.
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eight spoke in favor of colonel gadhafi stepping down at this summit in jovial what does the future hold for colonel gadhafi. we are probably not the ones who are best able to answer the question about mr gadhafi and his future it would be better addressed to the libyan justice system and to international tribunals mr gadhafi has lost his legitimacy as a ruler and his right to be called the leader of his people when he would air strikes on unarmed civilians who were rallying to express political protest we stopped for regarding mr gadhafi as a partner in negotiations when that happened i would say mr gadhafi will now determine his own future he chose the hardest path i would even say a suicidal path if you chose to make his supporters shed blood on his behalf until the last moment while he remains in hiding we do not know where he is presently it could be libya it could be another country regardless of this the position he chose is not one of a politician who thinks about the future it's the position of
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a politician who is trying to save his own life if mr good after years on the run people will look for him and they will find him the fact there's a warrant for mr gadhafi is arrest has been issued by the international criminal court it won't be revoked. now a question about the political process we touched upon earlier do you think the libyans will be able to reach some kind of balance some a common denominator because the previous ones have been left in the past is there any other idea that will unite everyone apart from toppling daffy's regime. i think this government will only be successful if it encompasses the largest possible number of different libyan the political religious tribal cultural and professional groups in this case i think the council would have to contact the royal family and the factions of the ruling elite in cairo led by mr gadhafi his cousin made gadhafi well done who spoke strongly against mr gadhafi is policy of
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suppressing popular protests by force they would also have to deal with various factions within the entity say which is not a uniform organization but rather a colorful collection of various people and political groups each with its own beliefs and interests there are representatives of the tribal elite which i think will be needed if national unity is to be established are also representatives of the intelligentsia and cultural workers i can't mention any unions or similar institutions since over the past forty years gadhafi regime has succeeded in destroying anything that could be called a democratic institution by civilized standards there are no institutions of that sort of libya and they will have to be created from scratch correct the n.p.c. stresses the importance of establishing political homily between those numerous groups all this issue be result fairly well the groups put aside old grudges or needs of. the libyans are apparently in a more favorable position compared to those who it comes from the complicated
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multi-phase process of political restructuring of. libya can you. again a stone in iraq if can draw conclusions from the hard times egypt has survived and the less hard but still bloody past of china's here i think the best way to accomplish this is to act responsibly right from the served to bear in mind that a final decision on what libya is going to become is one for the libyan people to make not the world's politicians have been playing leading parts recently a national democratic vote will determine us and it should be well prepared and julie carried out this is where the international community and russia in particular is eager to render active support to the libyans those who think that the notion of russian arab friendship is outdated and just passing away with the totalitarian regimes of dictatorships brutally mistaken nothing of the kind i believe that the term of russian arab friendship and partnership is up to date as it was fifty years ago but they. talk about the role russia could
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play in libya's politics economy and perhaps some other spheres the old cooperation between libya and the u.s.s.r. and a new partnership between libya and russia when. i first saw russia talk as libya's partner was to deliver humanitarian aid to the country if you're in the military phase of the political conflict we had talks with the leaders of the national transitional council in benghazi and agreed that the interests of russia would be respected and libya after gadhafi was toppled and all contract for the russian would be preserved and the interests of russian companies respected were going to continue our active work of abia. according to early statements by the national transitional council a new government will respect contracts concluded with the russian federation but we also hear other statements like the one made by one of the new heads of the libyan oil company he doubted russia's position during the voting on security
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council resolution one nine seven three saying that russia was more demanding than it should have been and that it was more. locked and to show its support for the opposition there is a possibility he added that some deals concluded with russian oil companies operating in libya will be an old. army whether that was a very. oil field workers on the boards of the national oil company are in the first place professionals and not politicians at the talks in benghazi my counterparts expressed their gratitude to russia of a not torpedo of the not vetoing resolution one nine seven three flitting in the post this stance of the russian federation was highly appreciated by the national transitional council that's what matters russia has never silenced its commitment to resolutions nineteen seventeen and nineteen seventy three but the russian president signed a number of decrees in support of those two resolutions the decrees clearly state that russia will never give refuge harder to get afaik or to his family or to
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immediate support of those whose hands are so on the blood of ordinary libyans we will never supportive of all the forces loyal to him financially or supply them with weapons and we have stuck to our commitments in full measure. have a few c.f. and the rest was consistent in supporting the revolutionaries whereas russia as one could say chose to stay away from libyan affairs when the fighting began naturally worse than companies with interests in libya will pursue those interests possibly using the n t c to compete with russian companies the new libyan authorities in turn may choose to work with them rather and russian companies. i hope you will excuse my question but what are revolutions made for you to gain access to oil and money to be made from it for the party so i heard the revolutionaries in benghazi say and i highly respect these words that the revolutions perceive the goal of making the people's living conditions decent not one hand normal at least not miserable as it used to be able to let people realize
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they are human and deserve to live a search if a country one. to people who live in human conditions it should maintain the balance of its political and economic interests but i have been traveling a lot in africa as a special representative of the russian president and i constantly hear african leaders complaining they're tired of one country's donuts one block stillman's they tell me they need a multi-polar political situation a combination of different interests the same is true for libya it won't be able to keep in line with the interests of just the european union just the united states the states of the persian gulf russia will always have explained simply some variant of multicolor picture i think those libyan politicians who will respect the national interest of the country will without don't consider your cooperation with russia.
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nearly a billion people in the world are going hungry every day. in the united states even our trash cans are filled with food you just have to go get it all of these perfectly good eggs because one was cracked in even get all over the other ones just through all the way rotten cheese from the german hope you will leave my supper. in the dumpster at one am this morning three pm this afternoon on the grill the cake made one doesn't. egg white. delicious breakfast for the family a some toast for about a week every year in america we throw away ninety six billion pounds of food.
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it's. just so. it's. in their calendars chugged was a labor shuttle and by this tragedy. these two feel the fear they faced.
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every second of this nightmare. will remain in their memories and hearts forever. and soon saw. a little angel on our cheek.
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last day recognizes libya's transitional council as a functioning libyan off policy in his statement russia's foreign minister emphasized moscow has long called for example to go visit nato his approach to bringing him down by late is international news. divisions within libya resonating good jaffe's family is one of his songs of owls to defend the town all stronghold of service until the end up shortly after his brother course at the office of talks to end the bloodshed us. known better remembers the victims of the bed school massacre that ship the country of the hold while seven years ago chechen terrorists kept hold of the one thousand and one hostage and the themes of the loss of the three days and left over three hundred people dead most of them children. and time
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now for those the sports without injury. hello there good to have you company and these are the headlines surviving this world number two is one of the over makes the round of the u.s. post. flop russia because talks up is inform strikeforce ahead of two crucial euro qualifier. and all-star games are russia's hottest sports stars race sizes on the ice for charity but first it is going to be over has survived a bit of a scare to make it through to the third round of the u.s. open the number two seed describing who win over katharina pondering care as a good test after committing forty six unforced errors as a volley over had made the final here last year but made hard work of business one
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after winning the first set seven five she then lost the second ukraine six three four taking the deciding step by the same school on the russian hoping to improve her game. there was a good test. for a long time and i knew that she was a dangerous players are expecting to very tough match then it was i think i didn't play members. to go to get through this one and you know i give myself a lot of chance to go. next time i'm trying to do. another two russians join her in the next round now you can try but i'm a recurring kid a twenty four and twenty five seeds both easy straight sets wins texas for eight seed marion bartoli and fourteen seed that many could be talk about while venus williams pulled out with illness along with the man sixty robbins. drivers next opponent will be astride the ninth seed reach the quarter final last year and was
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looking comfortable against top of under six three six for the school. in the men's game andy murray progressed to the next round although the only set against india so on their mind was probably closer than the brit anticipated mary needing to take that on a tie break before marching through the next two. quarters leave. before the merger experience we're. going to be a bit of nerves. but. you know of. you know. if you go. through. one of the production of that with. juan martin del potro also into the second round he smashed eighteen aces in his easy win over italian felipe about andrey the argentine had started the year ranked four hundred ninety five in the world after
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a long layoff but is find his way back to haiti and he's looking like a real contender. elsewhere home favorite andy roddick held on to be fellow american michael russell robert roddick had taken the first two sets without any problems but then what will give it to lose the before scraping to take the decider seventy five to make. football now and rusher are hoping to win form plays could help unlock the defenses in the coming euro qualifies midfielder eurasia call for striker alexander because you cough have put in some spotting before mrs in the russian premier league recently and coached the catholic are believed to be case in the home ties against macedonia on friday and ireland next week constantine for top off has been following the side's preparations in moscow. this is the second training session ahead of the first qualifier. here at the stadium the last time the immense russia victory and this time coach hopes his side
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will be more creative particularly with midfielder your example of fighting form again since his recent cool from chelsea. no longer said that was really happy that came back to russia to play. again because you can see the way he played last several days for. soldiers very important for the national team because i still think that everybody russia wants that we will go to the green and we really need a very fit and motivated so in that way. i think the crowd just realised that it is a russian guy and russian player well they will need him because russia have scored six times in the last six games but main striker alexandre has sprung his shooting boots for the top scoring the russian premier league with the goal so for and he also scored a hat trick last week or so there is growing hope russia could be more from attacking force on friday night we have to do it because we did it in the away
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games as well. but to go to a coming of different games because we have to in the real teams as the winners will so but we have hopefully frontage so we know we have to get this six point you can't underestimate the importance of friday's game and the one against ireland four days later he too is in both top of group b. and with only the group winners. next summer's finals a lot of his stated on the six points will do the same archie moscow. fear will replace russia's injured first choice keep eager i can fair for the games . i brought in an g.'s about him a go of on loan as a replacement only arrived at angie on choose day after being bought from the nominal nobody's been told to pack his bags again to help the army man this is
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happening just before the european transfer window slammed shut last night and there was a flurry of activity in england our school board created midfielder mikail last header from everton for around sixteen million dollars the gunners also secured justin benayoun from chelsea on what's on a season long loan the pair trying to fill the holes there by the sale of probably gassed and sammy in this regard also signed to me defend the head of mr sack brazil for by candidates and sources as well as south korea striker park should be on them all chelsea have been busy to bring in portuguese midfielder raul mir alleged from liverpool our four year contract he scored five goals and he says for the record. in other news russia have made a winning start of basketball's european championships in latvia they beat ukraine seventy three point two sixty four in three days until he could olenka top scoring for the russians with twenty points and eleven rebounds georgia won a game in the group against belgium and sabina got the better of both gary and. the
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rugby world cup starts in just over a week and russia are preparing to make their maiden appearance against the usa new plymouth on september fifteenth paul three caught up with fly half you would often talk about what it means to qualify for the tournament for the first time. now the old is going to be feeling the pressure move a moose when russia played our opening match there will come again for us say on september the fifteen to twenty six year old is expected to line up in a crucial throwing home position which means he's good teams plainly and under ten knows but the russians will be underdogs become wait for the action to get underway for a very exciting. grab. players show. they may present for us right now it's just time for the russian quest for. a good experience for. both comes from
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a rugby family as his father used to play for the soviet union when he was born in the town with a sports is firmly number one. and he's managed to fall and is that footsteps and is now one of the most experienced members of a russian squad the bears will face be usain italy ireland and australia but no illusions i just want to to talk. of course of course. you say play we'll get into. just enjoy the players. talk for us players what made you. want. to just play play we'll try to do this it might be all growing still isn't really very popular in russia and your emotions and most of the teams interview requests to come from foreign journalists however a man from the moscow region hopes a good showing in new zealand can boost interest in the game in his country and the
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russian don't really get some some magazines make a call to show some of that's not really interested for a week maybe he's going to regret oh well. you know the games in seven sonority. maybe government works for us with more much more. viewers of her style player compliancy to fly half a fullback and he's widely to be a key player for the bears in new zealand and he like the rest of the russian squad would be continuing their rugby learning curve when the tournament finally starts but you bump wolf we don't see new paltz royals. the flyhalf speaking during russia's recent tour of britain i thought it was a feast of hockey talent on the ice in moscow last night washington capitals captain alexander ovechkin and the new jersey devils ear cool shot lead to teens packed with celebrities it was a charity again raised a the hearth a million dollars for a russian orphanage
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a lineup think leader of russia's former tennis number one south as well as lock him out of moscow for bullet images each of us each of actually scored a couple of times by our saf in misstep and will take and of course the lies of age can added a fair few goals himself and ended like all good charity games in a high scoring for all eleven goal with a final score the subcommittee a radio was sold at the spectators enjoying every minute but then. in perth this close to raise money like an orphanage at that line children. it's good that there is so many people here it's a big thing to make something good for the children and at least to some point to relieve their problems so i think it is a teaching of every person and i was happy to respond to actually i was surprised to see more on sufferance katie and there are many people here that are not that good at skating but that's not the point the main thing. is for the children and i would support to do this every year. and i like to.
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