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nine am in moscow good to have you with us here on r t our top story police in the u.s. have been a film beating back protesters at a mass demonstration in new york in the biggest event yet in a three week long rally dubbed the occupy wall street there's also reports pepper spray was used on crowds and police have confirmed they made dozens of arrests at the rally thousands of been taking part in sustained protests demanding social and economic change activists say they're fed up with breaking their back so work while wall street bankers bonuses keep flowing artie's merino portnoy has more from new york. about ten to twenty thousand demonstrators were out on the street but from what we're being told may have actually broke out when the crowds part of the crowds that formed in lower manhattan filed last street surge has to barricades around the new york stock exchange and officers moved in to contain the protesters
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from what we saw on the video officers swatted protesters with the times sprayed them with made its first frank warning to some reports even one local news reporter who is sprayed with pepper spray his hammer man was hit with a big time things clearly getting violent down by wall street as this demonstration was carrying on all day long cops have arrested dozens of protesters but the final tally is not yet known or t. has checked in with the new york city police department and they don't have a final tally yet now let's remind our viewers this is not the first clash between these officers and thai wall street protesters who saw it last saturday nearly eight hundred of them were arrested in one day when they were taking part in a peaceful protest against corporate influence on. in u.s.
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politics against what they call corporate greed wall street greed the week before we we also saw several anti wall street protesters that are part of this group called occupy wall street they were me soon the face by a police officer police officers have used orange netting to how to get to these protesters that they say are acting disobedient civil disobedience is the term the police have used here in new york but before these clashes took place we should inform everyone that this demonstration that took place in new york was on precedented it was the biggest warned us far bob i occupy wall street that nat's because a dozen who labor unions joined occupy wall street we saw transport workers we saw nurses we saw teachers students from universities in new york city and throughout the country all walked out of class at a certain time to join the movement that is being held in high in new york by
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occupy wall street now this this movement we should remind our viewers is not just limited to new york it is caught on in cities throughout the country such as the boss did say angeles chicago debts just to name a few we know one is being planned in and in washington d.c. in the next few days now this is this is clearly gaining an enormous momentum it's not just a group of activists these are now bush treated americans coming together with grievances about the way the u.s. system is structured and the way the economy is in decline and not benefiting from the common day america. we were following the protests on new in new york on our website at r.t. dot com you can see the latest articles on our constantly updated blog posts and for the latest videos remember you can always check out our tease you tube channel
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. more news today violence is once again flared up. these are the images. from the streets and candy that. operations are ruled today. in syria at least six people reported killed in latest clashes between protesters and security forces human rights groups continue sounding the alarm over multiple arrests and killings but one high profile victim made an amazing reappearance or he's never been reports on the media's reaction at the expense of fact checking. she was hailed as the flower of syria the symbol of the suffering under president bashar assad's brutal regime at least that's what much of the western media said after the apparent butchering of zeinab al hosni we're viewed pictures of what was
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done to xena corpse and they are simply too gruesome to air several western media outlets were quick to report hellholes in these gruesome death apparently the first woman killed in government custody but now it appears she's miraculously back from the dead even being interviewed on syrian t.v. . i came to the police station to see the truth this what i see to those line channels i'm now still alive not dead human rights groups like amnesty international jumped on the bandwagon to reporting out hosni was tortured murdered and mutilated it even claimed mother found the body in a morgue last month all assertions is now being forced to backtrack on this we will endeavor to be more cautious and phrase things a little bit more nuanced the state broadcaster says the interviews to dispel what it labels fabrications by foreign media to serve western interests and stories like
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this that have been used to prop up calls from the u.s. britain and france for un sanctions to be slapped on syria but their foundations are now looking shaky or the never this footage religiously shows unarmed assad civilians being targeted by gun toting rebels so perhaps not the peaceful opposition they're often made out to be by the west that only seems to look one way . this notion that the u.n. has is now part of this pro-democracy receipt regime is ridiculous they are jumping on that bandwagon is an opportunity to get out front of it and create its deceptive appearance while at the same time they're supporting the dictatorships that are aligned with them in the united nations and it's part of their empire russia and china vetoed a u.n. resolution for syria seeing through it as a potential cover for another libyan stall intervention so they may not be any oil this time but there's always an ulterior motive it's importance who's as a jew political fact right next to israel
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a country which obviously america and britain and the other western powers strongly support so that would be the altar into a political motive the vetoes of followed by security council war council america over remarks during the syrian envoy speech but the u.s. promised to be back with another resolution and undoubtedly more dramatic evidence to drive the point home on the bennetts. london. stay with us here on our team coming up one step closer to being part of the u.n. we track the palestinian bid for recognition at the u.n. where they've just been given a nod to join the bodies of cultural. but first greece's latest twenty four hour nationwide strike turned violent with police firing tear gas tear gas and angry crowds of protesters the country all but ground to a halt as greeks made their feelings known about the extra cuts they face so the country can try and plug the massive three hundred fifty billion euro debt or to sour for
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a thousand more from athens. anger in athens syntagma square once again bearing witness ok clashes between right place here is protesting so we go. back out here again all right. thanks larry. and the pensions really be my thing as the police moved in to clear the crowds some shocking things one point the police chasing protesters into the metro station many others hit and kicked by they supposed to be keeping control. but the message being sent by the government is one of repression and fear. seems like this is very serious questions about the level of force being used. to priors is a forty three year old journalist who's reported from many conflicts. but it was in his own country where he sustained his worst injury. i just remember thinking is this really happening because i took shelter in an enclosure just talking and one
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policeman who i think was a commander in a very. taking pictures i told him i was a journalist but he gave an order and i had one of the flash bangs thrown at me these are some of the pictures i took. the place he taken shelter amplified the sound of the flash bang causing always takes. injury which is. after the attack i won't call it an accident it was an attack like a small. an investigation was launched into the incident the progress has been slow a fact the nameless tells the countless cases against heavy handed police tactics in any kind of results we witness for ourselves the lack of discrimination when the police lash out when journalists along with his camera to the ground the rise in the level of aggression seen by the police and the more extreme groups of protesters is causing serious concern with the government continuing to implement severe austerity measures in a bid to receive the cash pensions looks set to keep escalating i think.
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these will be explained in the form of. the first reaction. has been experienced by. the impact of the financial crisis is being played out play by play well sometimes in the square there are now fears that the financial crisis ten into an economic recession could bring entire year is a look just to bring people to then we. see that. greece's financial process is being worsened by the admission it won't meet its budget targets economic analyst martin hannett he thinks the only way for the country to survive is to default and start fresh. if they default it may actually not be the seeing and not just graves i would think if you did it falls it may also
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not be the same because then they are after that and start again debt free they don't have to increase taxes they can devalue their currency is have lower taxes become more competitive again so. that may actually be potentially the best solution on the other hand if they bail out everything you would sacrifice in their currency stability of the euro the world we think is the most likely cause or believe if the leaders for example in germany are managing to sell that was are to the public. they are most likely to print and sacrifice currencies the ability in order to avoid this uncontrolled collapse would be quite difficult for politicians to tear people your money in the bank is gone. well stay with us here on r.t. still to come keeping fit officially a report from russia's pen's arena where the governors keep fit monterey's keeping the population a healthy by law plus. brushes
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leading orchestra heads to new york to perform at the opening of carnegie hall the anniversary season. wealthy british style it's time to. market. them to. find out what's really happening to the global economy with mike stronger for a no holds barred look at the global financial headlines kinds of reports.
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from friends to. screen stocks on t.v. dot com. staying with us here on our t.v. fifteen minutes past the hour in moscow palestinians have made it more erodes into the u.n. a step closer toward joining the unite the united nations heritage group unesco they can now submit a bid for approval by the end of the month it will allow palestinians to try to get their monuments listed as world heritage site the bid was given a green light despite opposition from the united states it's a key diplomatic victory for palestinians at the world body. comes ahead of the boat over it's full statehood palestinian leader mahmoud abbas applied to the security council for a full u.n. membership in september it's now working its way through the process. turning now to some other stories making headlines across the globe the iconic co-founder of
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apple computer steve jobs has died after an eight year battle with pancreatic cancer he led apple to becoming the world's biggest computer firm and presided over an empire that revolutionized computing mobile communications and even how we listen to music jobs who was fifty six only stepped down from apple a few weeks ago leaving the company with a bigger pile of cash than the u.s. government currently has a hold on the back of pioneering products from the i pod to the i phone. the mass graves containing around nine hundred bodies were discovered by authorities in the libyan capital is believed to be the victims of clashes between the former rebels and gadhafi loyalists in tripoli the new government fighters are now pushing towards the center of search the colonel's hometown and one of his final strongholds the conflict has taken more than thirty thousand lives since it started in february. the afghan intelligence agency has arrested six men with conspiring to assassinate president hamid karzai the group which is being linked to
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al qaeda had recruited one of bodyguards for the operation they confessed to training to use guns rockets and suicide attacks and targeting top government officials last month former. voice and former president burhanuddin rabbani was killed by a suicide bomber pretending to be a taliban peace negotiator. time now to take in more of russia close up and today war on a health kick. where in the pens are region on the east european plain although most of its territory lies on the volga highlands capitals also called panzer it was founded as a small fortress in the seventeenth century was growing ever since today the city is striving to be one of the healthiest and safest in russia by order of the governor artie's one to find out why. almost every day the government is telling us
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that we should eat more fruits and vegetables drink less exercise more of course many people ignore these recommendations in fact working for the government will be very frustrating always telling people to do stuff but having no way of enforcing it now what would happen if you could actually make people follow through and be more healthy well officials are no longer have to wonder because in penza that's exactly what the government has done is introduced a new ambitious and often compulsory program forcing people to be healthier now for the results even report. getting healthier whether they like it. every weekday morning at ten am the time only in state institutions across spends or begins a familiar announcement a. cheerful voice or so it's worked out by now familiar exercises of the governor's instructions no one is allowed to slack off. some go beyond what's required.
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so all this this has returned to my youth and my use to me we all have our governors initiatives. officials in this district have been told to leave the company car and the garridge and get on their bikes now all government business before him from the saddle. the head of the local administration says initiative has not only improved health but brought officials closer to the people with little i asked the governor can we have one more car to help us with our gc's he said you can have three to scooters under by the tree officials can observe people see who is up to what who is leaving rubbish outside for example. some critics have said the government's compulsory initiatives reminiscent of those in soviet times violate people's rights but a sports metaphor motorbike rider denies the accusations of my abusing human rights
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but the only way i am abusing human rights is by not giving people the opportunity to do even more physical exercise. as the clock strikes ten. the police are out in force. looking for bad children the governor has imposed a curfew for unsupervised under sixteen so. as not i think it is a waste of police time tell those children with their arrests and return to their homes we haven't seen them out on the streets again and this day there are no violators at all as the troll wraps up with. the certains of pens they can sleep well. safe in the knowledge that with a passing day they're healthier more conscientious and the streets are increasingly free for all you. know. we've got more for you to discover on our website. and see what else was online for
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you right now. the king of talk shows american larry king talks with r.t. about one of his final primetime interviews with russia's prime minister vladimir putin. and why joe could see the world's longest running said tom the sense i'm drawing to a close. we were at the forefront of russian classical music for two centuries and now st petersburg marine ski orchestra is opening the jubilee season for new york's carnegie hall. it's the second time the musicians have been invited there this time they'll be performing at the opening of the one hundred twentieth anniversary season the program under the baton of an hour
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in ski maestro valerie jarrett you have features a number of works by celebrated russian composers artistic director says a visit to new york demonstrates the marines the stature as a leading global musical institution. russia remains country music and money is key he's maybe the most active institution in not only russia maybe even globally would perform roughly seven hundred fifty times a year in about thirty countries every year collectively to. company orchestra a little even chorus alone well all of these wonderful groups moving of course don't want to be. through russia but globally and all of them built considerable names and i'm quite happy to see how many young singers young and able to join and grow quickly that's the best use for me every season so this is the scene that i
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look and see if we have another four or five wonderful singers who proved to be we're fourth in the doing something very important on stage dunn says the city because of the young musicians and that's how you see a future cemented that success and coming up soon spotlight focuses on the current global financial worries but first let's get the latest from the business news with karina. hello welcome to business update this hour russia's currency has lost more than thirteen percent against the dollar since the beginning of september but the economic ministry says it's likely to strengthen towards the end of the year recovering to thirty roubles on the greenback and one factor undermining because he is the high rate of capital outflow standing at fifty billion dollars for the first nine months already exceeds official predictions for the whole year. and this
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year's russian crop harvest is on course to increase by more than half the nineteen million tonne result follows the poor numbers in two thousand and ten after the rate of the record drought but prime minister vladimir putin says there's still room for growth. according to be coming to this year's crude harvest would be a ring to mean two five million tonne. sixty million of that who would be wheat which is eighteen million tons more than from the two thousand and ten hard it means that russia will provide its demand with a significant margin create mystery reserves for next year stories position on the global market if you did that as much you're taking a look at the markets now oil is trading at a four day high as after investors bet that lower crude stockpiles in the u.s. indicate that fuel to queens and the world's largest economy brant is trading at one hundred two dollars a barrel. at almost eighteen dollars
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a barrel japanese stocks jumped on thursday on the back of overnight gains in the u.s. tech exporters and financials among the leading sony's up three point two percent computer memory firm elpida gained six point eight percent and. rose five percent along the financials the more holding is three point eight percent higher security this is just that hong kong stocks as well with big banks are rising four point four percent. around an hour away from moscow's opening bell the russian markets closed in the red on wednesday despite gains in europe has lost over half a percent otherwise it's just down just. temporary bounces aside the bear market here looks set to continue to. the opinion. back. the bad news already happened
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and the new business is unlikely to happen today. karen said this and the markets will be available to oil at least until the end of the year at least until it's official with recent in that particular case will be more clear and it seems to be not becoming clearer before midnight remember all in all the russian market is becoming more attractive every single day which is good news the bad news is that before the appetite for risk will come back we will come up in the one day i hope it won't matter much before two thousand and eight it was half full glass and now it's half empty lots and everybody trying to read the news on them in a bad way. today for now they're back with more.
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the closest team has been to the spitzbergen archipelago. for the world's northernmost joshua glenn presides over the ghosts down r.t.
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goes to penn's upload group a village volunteers rebuild the palace from ruins smug for technological breakthroughs save slaves come up and where people are forced to stay for. the pens or reach the flush or close so on the bar to. the mood. to see. some up. mum. mum. mum.
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nine thirty am in moscow these are your r.t. headlines new york police get heavy handed with crowds of angry protesters demanding social and economic reform in the u.s. thousands gathered for the biggest rally of a three week long demonstration dubbed occupy wall street. back from the dead the syrian woman reported as the first female victim of the government's pro-democracy crackdown turns up alive and well forcing several media into backtracking after giving her supposed death saturation coverage. violence flares up during a twenty four hour nationwide strike in greece with police resorting to tear gas to disperse crowds in athens the latest protests come as workers grow increasingly angry with fighting austerity cuts. with american.


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