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this week's top stories here on our feet this spirit of the arab spring has come to be you are so safe returns does angry at all treat greed and economic depression but occupy the streets of american cities but the authorities have been cracking down on the demonstrations just like washington support the revolutions of the. nineteen people were killed and a hundred and fifty injured as thousands of christians protest as crunch with police on the streets of cairo the riots follow months of rising tensions in the country's revolution between radical muslims and christians including at times and churches. and i thought that the background to. that for larry and in fact i'm attention is really been rising republican who
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continues at boiling point one point one fence down again and ultimatum from the international monetary fund bringing more stability cut small states total clout. on the woman to western media reported as being butchered by bashar al assad's regime in syria at his own television saying she's alive and well of course in an embarrassing u. turn by leading our country. hello and welcome to our tease weekly review and we start in the u.s. where occupy wall street protesters have changed their slogan to a single word occupy as anti corporate ronit spread to more cities across the country angry protesters say they're fed up with growing unemployment and corporate greed but have come on zach tuck from police riot squads as well as some
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politicians as aussies are in a fortnight reports protesters say the spirit of the arab spring has come to mean. the collective voices of american dissent has manifested into a movement impossible to ignore occupy wall street began in the world's financial capital but this week protests have blazed through dozens of cities nationwide. in the big apple up to fifteen thousand americans flooded lower manhattan labor unions transport workers teachers nurses and u.s. veterans standing shoulder to shoulder with young activists spearheading a fight against us wealth inequality and corporate greed young people right now. they just want to see a fairer more just society for the young people coming up and all of the americans that right now are suffering through these hard economic times this seems pretty revolutionary to me and then the spirit of revolution is here and so i need to be
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a part of what you are and not agree to be arrested anymore the whole entire control of the police state disappears when that happens there are credible possibilities that are open to us and certainly you can imagine a different world if you believe you can be an agent of change the occupy movement has gained such momentum even the president who promised change was forced to address the issue i think people are frustrated and you know the protesters are giving voice to a more broad based frustration about how our financial system works but the american people understand that not everybody has been following the rules. that wall street is an example of that these days a lot of folks who are doing the right thing are well worth it a lot of folks who are doing the right thing or while the u.s. has encouraged and supported democratic uprisings in the arab world the same events
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playing out at home have been met with plutons pepper spray and the arrests of nearly eight hundred peaceful protesters on the brooklyn bridge a scene that reminded some of egypt's to hear square you can follow me i believe our brothers and sisters all the world the arab spring in greece and spain and we can see that it did send a powerful message for dinner people are not going to stand for corporate greed anymore and that we're getting up and we're doing something about it three weeks into the end how wall street demonstrations in new york city police department has pumped two million dollars into overtime pay fines some critics say are being used to repress freedom two miles from the chaos of the united nations even financier and billionaire george soros weighed in on the populist uprising actually i can understand this and the decision not to inject capital into the
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banks but to effectively relieve them of the bad that gave the banks. profits as they can can sympathize with the. grievances spearheaded so loud and large that mainstream media outlets have been left with no other choice but to cover the protests in a matter of weeks occupy wall street the only mobilized international expansion many believe this ongoing of that would be turning point in the gaps were mass movement holds a grudge politicians can still work for the majority of the people in a demanding democracy from the very leader that promote. arena arts new york. and filmable street executive richard ask that the ninth of concrete demand is natural strength all the anti corporate movement that's trying to stalk
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economic mind this is actually for a political protest movement that's so young it's grown and gathered a surprising amount of support from surprising and corridors in a very very short time for example you have several very major unions joining up with this group that's primarily young people and saying we're on the same side we support them they support us i think what they're doing is reasserting a set of values you know everybody who watches job should get a job the business people and their customers should deal with one another fairly and honestly crimes including that corporate crime should be punished and so on so if you think of it as the early stage of a movement where it's the clarity it's fundamental values and principles then i think it's actually although it's probably intuitive or accidental it's actually pretty smart of them not to get pinned down in saying we want
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a financial transactions tax or we want a blue ribbon investigation of wall street crime there really and this is why they've been able i think to start to get some attention. and our correspondents in america the very heart of the protests in new york providing you with the latest update and i'll tell you something that has tweeted that the end of the show organizers of the rally tell protests are now being held in the building of towns and cities follow the action now which was to be on t.v. i'm just. i'm voting stations are closing poland with at the polls showing the press results of parliamentary election is our report and the reason leading the race it makes me here nancy. plus some pages are being told please treat textbooks in france with critics saying younger generations will end up not knowing enough about that own country. but nineteen people have been killed two of them policemen after christian protesters clashed
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with security forces in cairo all started as a peaceful sit in turned to violence as military vehicles set on fire and hold a hundred and fifty protesters and police injured thousands of christians were demonstrating against a recent spate of attacks on the churches fearing that post a revolution egypt could see an ultra conservative islamists rise to power and witnesses claim the violence was instigated by a private hers security forces eventually fired shots until gassed and desperate to disperse the protesters and mark almond from the cantina best in turkey says that unrest shows egypt's state is as a secular state is under threat. the development of the situation is becoming very long and it's alarming because of the religious division but it also is a woman. who was supposed to start selection. and. late last year we began and violence between cops and islamic militants and
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pressure in the picture appears in cities like oh it's all good and at the time when people were really looking revolutions didn't get much attention then when the revolution train when it's at least it was and who carried on her to be peaceful. people who will be. in the room. with the local christian community and it's a rude question she symbolically is egypt going to go from being a secular nation to being in the zone it completely may well be many more people who live. there are significant groups camps and questions that were many second rejection in all of it and she would find themselves probably pretty much less free will they have been for her birth. and that. syria has warned it will retaliate against any country that formally recognizes the recently established opposition national council member of the group is seeking international support for that six miles long uprising against the assad regime
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have fresh wave of violence has spread across the country but at least pretty incredible refer to human authority says they are targeting terrorist groups not peaceful protest is it actually has been in a state of chaos since mid march following christ has demanded president aspect of steps down one of the villains have been killed and report about one and its crowds it has forced a major western media outlets into surprising the town this week as r.t. as i heard then it's right. she was hailed as the flower of syria a symbol of the suffering under president bashar assad spruit all regime at least that's what much of the western media said after the apparent. butchering of zeinab . we have you pictures of what was done to xen apps corpses and they are simply too gruesome to arab several western media outlets were quick to report al holes 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
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syrian t.v. . i came to the police station to say the truth that's what i say 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 to a 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 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 shakier than ever this footage religiously shows unarmed sad civilians being targeted by gun toting rebels say perhaps not the peaceful
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opposition they have been made out to be by the west that only seems to look one way this notion that the u.s. is now part of this pro-democracy receive regime is ridiculous they are jumping on that barrel where again is an opportunity to get out front of it and create this deceptive appearance while at the same time there is a pouring the dictatorships that are aligned with them and 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 style intervention so they may not be any oil this time but there's always an ulterior motive our partners in the u.n. security council do not rule out a replay of the libyan scenario although they said more than once they clearly understood syria is very different to libya because you will continue resisting attempts to legitimize unilateral sanctions through the u.n. security council today to overthrow political regimes the u.s. was not created for that. leaders of followed by security council walk out from
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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 other than it artsy. and to hear the damascus perspective on events in syria r.t. interviewed a.p. advisor to president assad who alleges that foreign states may be secretly arming terrorists now operating in the country. the majority of last that should have been cast are now adopted all works to amend the constitution is underway the problem is that some states fund and armed terrorist groups operating in our towns and villages is makes ordinary people's lives very difficult and puts them in real danger the position of the western countries encourages these terrorist groups we share russia and china's feel that it's impossible to move forward without dialogue the alternative is blood spilling civil war into religious clashes and the full interview with dr sharon is coming your way in just under
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twenty minutes time plants were caught and heard all the ongoing believe in fighting is affecting the lives of civilians. trim government forces edge closer to a symbolic trial in the battle for cattle productions hopes harlots that we all stand for that's why the human cost of the so-called liberation often goes and relatives in the media. problem introductions have been taking place in poland would result expected later on monday as of course the jazz a big pro e.u. party headed by prime minister donald disk is leading with around forty percent of the growth ahead of his opponent here also a good chance his conservatives as committed to have just thirty percent our correspondent alex and us asking her to fix it. we received the exit poll results suggest that the policy of the current prime minister going to say the civic platform party has managed to garner almost forty percent of the votes something about thirty nine percent of the votes with his main competitor the twin brother of
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the late polish president lech kaczynski and also his party the law and justice party has managed to gone something about thirty percent of the vote this is not so certainly a victory for them and toasty as not a single party can hold a majority in parliament he will have to form a coalition with other parties to be able to form the new government but certainly no asterisk of any doubts about the fact that saddam will be able to garner another a coalition and be able to take his government for a second spell in the power circles in poland and this in fact will become the first time since the communist regime and this is the communist times in poland that the party somebody has managed to stay at power for a second spell in a row and in fact this comes as little surprise to many political experts this result has been pretty much predictable because the polls have been very much happy with the way the government has been running the country for the last four years
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according to all the surveys and opinion polls every have been with the fact the poll has managed to survive the global recession and the era in the polish power circles signified the warm spell in the russian polish salacious in particular after this millennium tragedy when the country lost most of its political elite along with the country's president we've seen so much understanding between the two countries so much consensus and this many experts credit missed the missa go through for the strengthening ties between moscow and warsaw. to the knees now this week struggling european economies were dealt another blow by rating agencies which downgraded the and spain fears over the debt crisis rolls into. surprised by the downgrade of several british and portuguese banks greece remains the biggest price an international creditors are not sure it's doing enough to get another cash injection we are most of the country have to leave it and ultimatum ran out because
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one place total collapse that's on for athens admitted failing to reduce its deficit to the agreed level despite the reckless austerity. reports the needs of the people taken second place to big bang. theory now syntagma square once again bearing witness to clashes between riot police here is a protest is. that. the french is really been writing as a police moved in to clear the crowds and shocking scenes at one point the police seem chasing protesters into the station many others hit and kicked by they supposed to be keeping control of the message being sent by the government is one of repression and fear. scenes like this raise serious questions about the level of force being used. to prior's is a forty three year old journalist who's reported from many conflict zones but it
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was in his own country where he sustained his worst injury. i just remember thinking is this really happening please shelter in an enclosure just wilson and one policeman who i think was a commander in a very very taking pictures i told him i was a journalist but he gave an order and i had one of the flash bangs these are some slides pictures i took you know the place he taken shelter amplified the sound of the flash bang causing always total deafness injury which is called his job. after the attack i won't call it an accident it was an attack like a small hail. an investigation was launched into the incident the progress has been slow a finalist tells us countless cases both against heavy handed police tactics they need to pull any kind of results we witness for ourselves the lack of discrimination when the police lash out when journalist flung with his camera to the ground the rise in the level of aggression seen by the police and the more
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extreme groups of protesters is causing serious concern with the government continuing to implement severe austerity measures in a bid to receive further cash tensions looks set to keep escalating i think we are approaching fast. to explain. the first reaction. of the press and the impact of the financial crisis is being played out play by play on some tightness where there are now fears that the financial crisis turn into an economic recession could bring the entire usa just the greek people to their knees surface r.t. . and probably not on a member of the european parliament or the u.k.
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independence party told us that leaving the euro zone is the only option the greek . basically the money is going to pay off there but the problem is they're not reducing the debt. it's unsustainable who should never have been allowed to get into the or in the first place they broke so many moons their own rules to get greece in because this was all about politics it wasn't about economics and i feel very very sore for the greek people the only way that the greek people will get back on their feet again is a kind of the new order altogether and look it will be the end of the world for greece argentina was the last major countries involved in two thousand and one between two thousand and one and two thousand and six argentina's economy grew by sixty percent that is the answer to greece if you poll the polls that these people are being made to suffer because of ideological decisions that were taken many miles away in brussels ten years ago this week the u.s. led war in afghanistan past the ten year mark of nato troops nowhere close to defeating the taliban. and of trying to read as jason not like reports
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evidence of the ground suggests there's no rush to. if the united states is drawing its troops from afghanistan why is its largest base getting bigger with u.s. led forces overread to tell about it late two thousand and one plug amir field is little more than a flake telling the correct roadway since that the former soviet base in the plains north of the afghan capital has grown into a small city let's all get over twenty five thousand full time personal fleets of military cargo aircraft with enough vehicles to cause traffic jams and expansion is no way aided by scores of contractors u.s. military engineers are constructing new housing and storage facilities to make room for even more maybe more hardware after sending an extra thirty thousand troops to afghanistan last year president obama started bringing them home this summer but with afghan forces struggling to stand alone it's likely that less will even planned bases like this ones are going to shrink in time so. at least there are
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plenty of home comforts for soldiers staying on for tell a few long deployments they can shop for everything from flat screen t.v.'s to find jewelry enjoy a cappuccino grab some takeout the new concern for interns and if they're tired of working out in the gym they're free to go to the salon for a haircut inside which although some officials have tried to limit such amenities calling them a distraction from the war the troops are happy to have them and these are extremely obvious choice leave the latter the case that the right. local afghan merchants are also glad to have the extra business both inside and outside the wire without the agreement of soldiers my business would be nothing like having them here but not everyone agrees deadly taliban rocket attacks are on the rise and as the base becomes more and more crowded and a threat to those living inside multiplies no matter how high it's almost become ever right it's
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a close call when you this can just get this much equipment personnel it's only been the one tight spot to get close it's going to destroy something or someone easy as it may be to forget the times this is still a war zone jason not logged in barbara for a team. tilley been now and is fighting continues in calcutta his hometown of that interim government forces claim they've seized the main base of loyalists of the ousted leader a convention center and hospital the offensive is one of their biggest yet with me there is national transitional council saying it around need to plan a great for the country and start moving towards democracy by the cities captured thousands have been fleeing the violence there have been many thievin in kathie's and aged correspondent pathetic believe that in focusing on the box health mainstream media is ignoring and i think. the only coverage that you see in western mainstream media corporate media is about the advances of the so-called true revolutionary forces this is not a resolution this is a civil war which was adopted by dr need took hours in the us so in terms of
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this is really important issues such as a city agree that there are more than a hundred thousand in syria six. to ten dollars or less or twenty thousand there still most of the civilian population is still there they were gone by leave a little ball at least half of this year including what they said were scattered installations all across town this is the cluster vol the are two peat responsibility to protect was theoretically the result of needles for you merely cherry and the intervention in libya so if the good guys are being attacked by two other fish or says r two p. up slice what if the bad guys are ensconced and seriously if there is are to be does not apply so in terms of people accuracy this beats anything else in the market. the darkest chapters of french history again revise their attempts to avoid insulting the cultures minority
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a country that minority peoples opponents of the mood say if the latest in a wave of political correctness that threatens to crush the country of its past and indeed jeopardize its daniel tosh. twenty pages on the history of black slavery and just six on the time of napoleon shown here sitting on the toilet france's new history school books are in parents and teachers and cool it's political correctness gone mad it's all those bestseller on the banned figures of fronts of violence ahead. if we're doing teach are a minority is the history of their adopted country they don't feel french we are already seeing riots in our streets the crusades are called insulting to muslims the thunking louis the fourteenth to imperial and the podiums more as the colonel gadhafi of his day focus is now on the previously little known king came kumu
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thought of thirteenth century west africa the purge even extends to reuters studied round the world including les miserables the victor hugo france is already breaking up things professor casale because it's young people have no sense of identity parents are concerned but we have the third even the worth of our history because you can't understand what happens now in france you cannot understand the history. they want to understand and divide properly legal action seen as the only way to stop the removal of national history. schools now give ten percent of their share deal to the medieval african well inquire i studied it and what exactly is it contribution to world development thousands of signed a petition of the french revolution lessons were replaced by the african kingdom of modern multiple which many say they've never heard of the ministry of education
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refused to be interviewed but gave us this statement. which arranging the school curriculum to reflect globalisation moment as being taught because it's important to have a view on the world cultures such as egypt china and india the new european parliament reports back to compulsory school lessons on the benefits of the e.u. from quote a very young age critics want kids are learning less and less about their own country states which stop teaching their poles they say consigned themselves to history then you push your arty paris. and in just a few minutes here when i'll see our interview with the political and crescent rise of the syrian president dr sign at schönbrunn stay with us now back.
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