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watching r.t.m. arena joshua welcome to the program the anti-corporate protests in america have spread and so have the arrests and the accusations of police have a handedness dozens more activists have been taken into custody across several cities one new yorker was forced face down into the pavement after apparently being run over by a police motorcycle but hundreds of demonstrators camping out near wall street for a month have claimed a victory over mayor michael bloomberg is of action order under the pretext of a cleanup was overturned when the park's owners said the protesters can stay for now the movement against corporate influence has gone global spreading to dozens of cities worldwide american members of occupy together though claim they're still being ignored by the mainstream media is more important i have met an activist has breaking the information blockade. from the mass demonstrations of support. to the disturbing images of police force day
after day the world has been able to watch occupy wall street in action through global revolution t.v. a live web stream documentary in the ongoing corporate resistance and civil unrest growing and growing in the big apple it's not about one political party or this or that it's actually creating a platform to have this debate without the being manipulated by the powers that be five years ago blood type was a derivatives trader on wall street today the thirty nine year old is among those camped out in zuccotti park protesting against the financial institutions he once worked for i saw was a move to believe combined with. the call to system. with a stool the biggest bomb in the waters of us in the saga world economy co-founded i launched global t.v. forbes. weeks ago we're going to bring people into explain what's going on when the
occupation movement began in new york will se people how to shoot video music the other than just upload it and try to make it go viral and the whole idea is that you creating it's opinions record in a with this now that the movement has exploded worldwide the web channel will be broadcasting live streams for more than seventy countries and six hundred cities we're going to see more people that's going to be doing because they will all the other square of those watches would go to figuring out what's happening there and picking the best streams of putting them on the body with each other so this sort of a model for a replacement for feel the touch burke says mainstream media outlets will be able to marginalize or spin the peaceful uprising as people from all over the world take to the streets demanding elected leaders begin working for the majority instead of the financial elites it's a worldwide movement a problem if these principles of equality are going to need to find everything you
are because we base to creating the united nations the typical united nations without a people the people of the occupy movement take their first fight with the world's most powerful economic and political force an ambitious feat first criticized and now spreading across the planet very important artsy new york. both major parties in the u.s. are accused of marginalizing the protests and service a they're not surprised us activist and blogger dale aram explains why washington wants the occupy movement as they. what's happening is that the humans using its police forces to crack down on d.c. legitimate protests there are now bile and they're peaceful and they're responding to it by you know arrest and protesters pepper spraying them and preventing them from actually airing out their grievances it's a protest against the current status quo it's a protest against this system you know it's a protest against. full participants told to party establishment that only you know
both houses of the both republican and democrats and a protest against that that's why you know i don't consider this to be a political movement ases mother said she. was a u.s. based anti-corporate occupy movement going lobel reporter laurie harshness took to the streets of new york to ask european ex-pats what they think about the protests . as the occupy wall street movement sweeps the us what does the rest of the world think of it this week let's talk about that the banks are stronger than the political people this is not i think it's the same situation in germany you think yes and many people are very. angry it's true of. the people with the money but also provide the. conflict of interest very often.
you know so i can't tell if you think it's a good thing or not. or can understand why people are doing it yes do you feel like england is ready for protesting or protests all the time about everything. so protest as a protest as a protest doesn't mean a lot to me to me tell you we have the feelings that i mean we are not really aware of what's happening around the world outside saw it makes you feel like americans care yes and something sometimes i think that we italians do not care that much now is paid to put hardworking in actually doing something everyone wants to come out of university and land the top job on top dollar but it's not just about jobs it's about banks having too much political control is it just about being so or is it about corporate corporate is why i think it's about it's this
disparity but that's capitalism we want we all want capitalism we all want to mark receive now but we also want we want to more social a society where we have equality we can have boys there anything is this for all of mixed messages coming out because you've got so many things they're asking for get out of afghanistan do this too that i think really should keep to the financial side perhaps and like it more people on their side do you think something like this could happen in sweden you. well they're pretty complacent they've got a good yes or no do you think that americans became complacent and that kind of contributed to the problem. i can't speak for all americans i do know that i did see a movie it was a follow up to wall street i made some comment about he was polish every so it is good you know it's a way of life. which contributes to all the problems in the world no matter what people think of occupy wall street the bottom line is here in the u.s. the movement seems to have only just begun.
you're watching live from moscow still have for you this hour our team meets the russian man who missed him too but lived. two of the country's worst terrorist attacks his stories coming up shortly. seven months of the uprising in syria have seen three thousand people killed according to the latest u.n. tell you and was rumors of army defectors joining the opposition the gap between the two science and the conflict is widening as tests are syria has been finding out while the capital is firmly supporting the president other parts of the country refuse to tolerate his regime any longer. well here in the center of the syrian capital it is very quiet today it's a day off for most people but of course beneath that calmness a call thick in the country goes on between the government and its supporters and the opposition now what it one thing is clear though when we try to approach people here and bring up the issue of the cost they could almost always turns into
a heated debate a very emotional discussion depending on the stand that they take. me it's where i see their appointments not all positions we don't know who they are yet syria is under attack for it but we will not give up in the hospital i was the opposition comes down be rational and go into a dialogue with the regime i was the government opposition and be more open minded . but again we are going to mask the opinion we hear most here is that people are asking who is the opposition who is causing this instability and many of them bring up the words armed gangs do you think that these are just people who want to destabilize the country of course this is a position that the government had taken from the very beginning of the conflict but it is a different story when you go outside of the capital we went to the city of understand it was a side of five days of fighting between security forces and anti-government protesters and we felt the tension there there were still a lot of armed forces according to of course again the government they said that
they were fighting against armed groups who were trying to create trouble for the local city that according to some activists they are saying that these are not armed groups of these were peaceful protesters as well as army defectors with a strong army defecting defector contingent in all just on it's very difficult to verify the exactly what happened in the city because people are very hesitant to talk together so a lot of military the army still in that city a but that is what's happening on the ground it's not very clear it's hard to get the truth on each matter but on the political level though president bashar al assad has said that he will set up a constitutional committee within the next couple of days to debate with the opposition various sides of the opposition. constitutional reform. the dialogue should have a program and a timeline we must clearly understand what kind of results we want to achieve now one of the sticking points of the constitutional reforms is article eight which states that the ruling baath party is the leader of the state and the opposition
says that this no matter even if a multi-party system is introduced without repealing this article it won't change anything but again that depends on the dialogue that both sides are going to have to take and both sides pro and anti governmental sides always say at the end of the day it's not what is said it's the sincerity of both sides in doing what they say they will do so it's down to the action in the next few months. are these correspondent task of bringing you the latest from syria and to watch her other reports on the conflict there and log on to our website our dot com here's what else is waiting for you there. an apple a day after a doctor away harvard medical school to answer research the test i can steve jobs desire for unconventional treatment may have caused his death. and watch the dramatic footage of a fighter jet that left crowds stunned when it crashed down to earth at an air show in central china.
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into cars a report. russia's ruling party has published its programme ahead of the two thousand and twelve elections analysing what he reported as its presidential candidate and the prime minister's press secretary has dismissed media reports suggesting united russia ignored its own charter by announcing put in as a rider without holding primaries are seizing or this going off explains. belittled program published by the united russia of little forty states that it supports stand in a seat as a russia's next president has caused a lot of speculation in the media suggesting that the party may have broken one of its own rules because one of the articles of the charter states that candidates have to go through primaries which. didn't go through but actually if you look at article eight ball for the forty charter it excludes presidential candidates so the
rule does not work for them this was confirmed by the press secretary read the school also reassured that his candidacy will be registered you know boredoms you know compliance with the bull before the shorter answer would be a lot just a reminder president meeting with leader for proposed for russia's top job at the ruling party's convention in september and as the united russia party prepares for the upcoming parliamentary vote its own list of the eight back policies for the two thousand and twelve election season and they include modernization in all spheres was basically means that the party is planning to go on with some of the key policies put forward by president need to move it is also strengthening efforts in the fight against corruption the sustainability of
a multicultural multiethnic the multi just society in russia and an independent foreign policy the parliamentary vote will be held in russia in december the united russia party list will be headed by president meeting with the diffuser aiming for the seat of the prime minister if. the presidential election be held in march this can offer porting there and washington says it will set a team. moscow to outline the details of an alleged iranian plot to assassinate the saudi arabian ambassador in the united states two radians were charged with trying to hire members of a mexican drug cartel to carry out the attack something to iran has dismissed as baseless but president obama says america has proved it has promised to iran pay for its behavior by further isolating the u.s. is now considering blacklisting iran central bank what some analysts suggest
severely damaged the country's economy alec left and that's the security report says washington first has to wait to see the reaction of the international community. the types of things that have been discussed thus far would be quite powerful and would be potentially devastating to iran's economy promoting multilateral sanctions on bank markazi the iranian central bank that could have the effect of affectively collapsing the iranian currency and devastating their economy if it's anything that like what happened in iraq as for iran's response i think there's a lot of variables there and a large part of it i believe will go back to how large of an international group and coalition. the obama administration can bring together at the united nations to sign onto to a response which is seen as provocative and potentially undermining both the iranian economy and the government. living through the nightmare of north caucasus
terrorism not once but twice russians have suffered the horror of seeing his wife and son die in the beslan school attack and then several years later received injuries to his eyes and legs in a market bombing i just went to hear his story. some say that lightning never strikes twice but there is one man who knows that's not true. i still can't talk about it was three days we didn't eat didn't sleep we just we were the entire city was gripped with fear my two sons and my wife were hostages and getting caught up in one horrific act of terror wasn't enough sygate has suffered. because. of the i felt like i was floating heard a loud crash i was lying in the grains i tried to get home but i couldn't i saw
five or six bodies next to me all of them were women those are the memories of just one man fate hasn't been kind to him most people remember the russian republic of north says he has two biggest terror attacks from t.v. reports and had lived through them both until september two thousand and four forty six year old to sas he had everything he wanted from life a loving family two sons and a job he enjoyed but in a flash that life was gone his wife and his eldest son were burnt to death on the last day of the infamous three day beslan school siege he orders a shoulders i should have gone to the identification of my son but i couldn't i told my brother to look at his leg food and he had a birthmark fear that's how we knew it was him his second son was shot in the leg while trying to escape the man i should crawl out of the flames alive but sygate can never forget the horror of those days after the seizure he was granted
disability status due to postural massive depression and has been unable to work for the last seven years but for sort of gay and north the subs here it wasn't over on the ninth of september two thousand ton the capital was shaken by another deadly . act of terror vest boston central market was bombed without warning killing nineteen people and the morning fate puts it again right in the middle of it several shards of shrapnel were removed from his lax he was taken to moscow for an operation to save his eyesight after that he spent several weeks in hospital as part of a rehabilitation program nearly after e one these days as familiar with terror acts but only from news reports and the ask closest most people average gatt and sort of get wishes he was one of them and how is your life now. i don't believe thirty percent of the time can i get over one depression and then
fall back into the next it's a sin against life was ripped apart through no fault of his own but now he only prays he finds enough strength to rebuilt it. in the course now our reporting from north the sets here. now take a look at some other stories from around the world an air strike in southern yemen has killed a member described as the group's media chief as well as six other militants ibrahim al bana is accused of carrying out operations both inside and outside yemen some reports suggest the attack was carried out by u.s. drones others say yemeni military planes were responsible. in libya the first gun battle in tripoli since it was taken over by the national transitional council two months ago has reportedly and it leaving scores of people injured witnesses say the shooting started after a man on the spot of raising the green flag of cut off his regime on one of the capital's buildings while the fierce battle for the city of syria goes on pockets
of resistance continue to fight the new government. a man claiming to be from has been doing distributing aid in somalia part of an apparent have clean. energy are thought to be a u.s. citizen handed out food clothes money and a fully equipped ambulance at a refugee camp near the capital mogadishu international aid agencies are prevented from entering the area is believed to be his first aid donation to a country where some seven hundred and fifty thousand face starvation. the u.n. secretary general has called israeli plans to build over two and a half thousand houses in east jerusalem unacceptable bunky moon criticize the israeli settlements for putting peace negotiations between israel and the palestinians at risk the palestinians want the west bank and east jerusalem as part of a future state and say they won't resume talks until all construction there is halted
. as host nation of the euro twenty twelve football championship ukraine is building stadiums and cleaning up to make an impression but there is a hidden victim stray dogs are being removed killed burned and immobile crematorium and animal rights activists are so angry they want the tournament's taken away you might find some of the images and alex here jessica's report disturbing. if you were president michel platini was all smiles while inspecting cleaves new stadium the ground of the huge twenty twelve football championships final match but a box of a much smaller size has been delighting the authorities in rural ukraine several months ago a local t.v. in the town of capital reported a purchase over twenty thousand dollar mobile crematorium for utilising biological waste namely the dispensing of dead stray animals. we put this crime
a tory among wheels and are now able to cull the large areas including neighboring towns we had many objections but they all come to nothing in our fight against bites from stray dogs and the spread of infection tens of thousands of stray animals roam the streets of ukraine cities in this a chance alone hundreds of residents are bitten by dogs every year the towns of plants to first shooting animals dead and then destroyed their bodies in the morgue . but in reality it turned into gruesome killings sparking outrage among the animal protection societies. the locals believe that the dogs are still alive but we don't have any evidence of what poison is used to kill them so we cannot say for sure the only official way of regulating the number of these animals is to sterilize rather than to kill them and we will stop demanding this happens in europe it proved efficient over the past few decades stray animals tragically disappeared there. the
animal lovers outcry had a massive response on the internet and online petition was signed by almost two hundred thousand people some of them suggesting you are twenty twelve should not be held in a country that is so cool to its creatures that. the demand to cancel your two thousand and twelve is not unexpected as a rule letters from citizens don't work back in two thousand and ten animal defenders addressed officials of mr platini who then as deputy prime minister kolesnik. to stop this outrage against animals it's been a year and we haven't seen any results so far and it has been a sustained campaign at getting you a sense chief to use his influence to stop this cruelty animal rights groups have been staging loudmouth small protests against school day for three years but the multiplying number of those signing the petition now would alarm europeans food governing body at first there had been strong doubts about ukraine's ability to host the championship some had even suggest that it be moved elsewhere now with all
the new stadiums in airports springing up but it seems there is no going back even with all the calls to deprive ukraine of the tournament but animal rights activists say they will continue putting pressure on the authorities both and at u.a. for to have their voice heard alexy rush of ski odyssey reporting from kiev in ukraine. and later on spotlight discusses the trial of former ukrainian prime minister an opposition leader. for that bell bringing the headlines after this.
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welcome back here with r t let's take a look at the top stories dozens of new arrests across america failed to stop and corporate occupied gather movement from swelling with activists saying it's now simply too big to fail crowd tasks are spreading across the u.s. and dozens of cities worldwide. syrians are split over the seven months long uprising while the capital once president to be given more time to reform cities outside the mask is are tired of the regime the u.n. has put the death toll at over three thousand. and ukraine's preparations for the euro two thousand and twelve football championships are under pressure from animal rights activists accusing me of the what he's up.