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and clear. it looks like a state of euphoria here and everybody is happy and you know. even though there is no formal you know law and order but are they ignoring the price paid for freedom in libya some thirty thousand civilians are said to have been killed with four thousand still missing this house was one of nato's misses a single family lost five people including two children. but i apologize to all governments but no one toss who is going to rebuild my house who will compensate honest follows much of the country's infrastructure has been destroyed finding water is now a serious challenge in the capital when you don't have running supplies and try to collect what they can. have a family with six kids we knew what to do leave and to come here every day and get water is very difficult. they bombed the electric station in ben wally
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for ten days they haven't fixed the problem at least we can come here for now. but maybe not much longer. before the war libya could boast one of the best living standards on the continent with high life expectancy and low tiled mortality rates but after months of heavy bombing and fierce fighting the country's social and economic achievements have been brutally reversed its people now betting on a heavily armed and inexperienced group to govern them through a fresh start in the wake of destruction ali asked us not to reveal his face fearing he might pay for saying this. that if you talk or say anything positive about gadhafi you will have serious problems with the rebels there is no government speaking out on to the end of you he tells me if people were truly happy about the end of gadhafi and the way he was killed there would be millions not thousands on
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the streets. i'm sure some sixty to seventy percent of the country does not approve of the way gadhafi was killed we expected him to be tried as a prisoner of war not killed like not only are told a new libya there would be justice he was the head of this country and there was no justice in the way he was killed i have no hope for the future but it's just the beginning don't you think that it could get better with time but things will take time to change in the country. i think there will be a lot of fighting in the future on right now and jamal arms warner there is fighting going on between tribes and anyone with a weapon has power and can do what they want. so many celebrate this new era in libya's history people like me are quietly bracing for the worst. and he's now a r c tripoli. and any second day as her coverage from libya online on her personal twitter feed she's posing for pictures of the damage done to a cab. atalanta sharing her firsthand impressions while we are also returning her
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underscore. while human rights watch has called on the new levy and authorities to investigate what they think could have been a massacre of khadafi loyalist in syria fifty three dead bodies many with their hands tied behind their backs were discovered at an abandoned hotel in the city political blogger karl rove says the interim government has little control over fighters on the ground you can see the tension between the and to see. some of the more islamist led groups on the ground and in fact if you see some of the fighters in the ground they have the characteristics of islamist fighters the long. history of from afghanistan's own words this illusion that the n.p.c. has full control on the ground is not actually correct maybe another party in libya could have presented the evolution of the aspirations for the legitimate
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aspirations for change better that and then in d.c. that still has a lot of former gadhafi associates and cronies within it so that's really the number of the problem. and if you want to have your say on our top stories and log on to r.t. dot com where we're asking why a colonel gadhafi was killed. so we'll see what's happening there in the vast majority you believe cut off he's dead because he could have exposed dirty dealings in the media by western governments and corporations so twelve percent of the respondents think nato just ran out of money for more aerial strikes as you can see a slightly larger number of people believe khadafi is to blame for his own death because of the way he treated his people well other responses say he was killed because many anti see members were former subordinates or you can let us know what you think on this issue by logging on to our website our team dot com. well later today next kaiser and his co-host discuss whether colonel gadhafi could have found
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safe haven in an unexpected place. if moammar gadhafi. got nona jet landed on wall street so at some point the last three months he would have been immediately put on the board of directors of j.p. morgan they would have given him a multi-billion dollar bonus and he would be doing fantastic he would be on all the talk shows talking about his plan to monetize this country's assets in the greater good of a global oil kleptocratic dream state of never ending gusher of profits for the top one tenth of one percent now the occupy wall street movement and the global insurrection against banker occupation has to ask themselves why the justice was selectively served against gadhafi and not tony blair or jamie diamond or lloyd blankfein how come those guys are not hiding in a spider hole somewhere. the
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british parliament has voted overwhelmingly against holding a referendum on leaving the european union a petition of over one hundred thousand signatures from the public have called for the debate the government earlier ordered its m.p.'s to vote against the motion or face penalties despite this dozens of david cameron's party members defy the order in what's been the biggest internal challenge he's faced as prime minister but john gone from the vote u.k. out of the e.u. campaign says britain never signed up for what the e.u. turned out to be. just still stinging attack on democracy and the whole room the mother of all parliament square these m.p.'s are not vote with their conscience or with their constituents opinions they're voting for the way their leaders told them to because if they don't they'll get the sack that isn't democracy it's an absolute disgrace i don't actually think we need to be part of
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a political super state no one signed up on fifty seven but in the age of fifty four has not a vote on this and certainly my dad when he voted for a common market he didn't vote for the united states of europe that's what british people are upset about there's a disconnect between the political elite in our great country and the people the political elite in westminster mark try and stop those but a very chilly we will get our referendum and we will get out of the let me tell you it's not our problem to sort out the problems in greece and tell me why we should work to the age of seventy two or seventy three to pay for staff ross who lives in downtown afternoons to retire at fifty we shouldn't we're not going to it's the end this euro's state is club scene as we speak i mean while in the heart of the e.u. leaders are desperately trying to find a rally for the raging debt crisis and they have promised to come to a clear solution at a final meeting in brussels on wednesday but nigel for auction an appeal from the
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u.k. the panel's party believes that far from being a uniting force it's quickly becoming a catalyst for conflict. i want to europe where we cooperate together and work together and sign agreements together not a europe where we hand over the ability to make those decisions to a group of unelected bureaucrats the strange irony with the whole eurozone project is that what it's done far from bringing people closer together it's pushed people further apart not just for sarkozy degree to cameron we now have the greeks abusing the germans they now burnie you flags in athens openly with swastikas drawn on them and we have the germans slagging off the greeks as being lazy and useless and the irony of this project is far from us all becoming friends together in this new european house actually we're beginning to argue and bicker in the most extraordinary way you cannot take twenty seven different countries with twenty one
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different languages all with their own different histories and different forms of government you cannot take them and force them into one unitary form of government without first getting their approval that approval has never been given and the european project actually is dying as we look at it oh it may take many years just as a soviet union dead but it's dying as we look at it because right across europe the voters are saying we don't want this model we rejected. still ahead for you on the program on the frontline of the illegal trade in human organs the report on why cave in ukraine has been dubbed europe's capital of the dodgy trafficking and transplant of body parts. business markets swing between gains and losses as investors await the results of the european summit where leaders are to hammer out details of containing the region's bailout fund. occupy wall street protesters are planning another global rally later this week at half of
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the g twenty summit to demand world leaders impose a robin hood tax on financial transactions the movement against economic inequality that started in lower manhattan has gained widespread support around the globe but it's in new york that peaceful protests have seen most arrest as well as allegations of police have a handedness artie's marina portnoy has more. six weeks into the occupy movement nearly one thousand unarmed activists have been arrested in new york city. thrown to the ground beaten netted like flies and pepper sprayed. the n.y.p.d. tactics have been harshly criticized yet the most profound and public condemnation recently came from u.s. marine sergeant shamar thomas while defending demonstrators in times square.
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the lone man that stood up to dozens of new york cops comes from a family of honor my stepfather he was he went to ghana stand in two thousand and six and my mother were actually in iraq the same time sergeant thomas completed two tours in iraq before returning to his homeland where he now aligns himself with the activists he says are being targeted by aggressive authority in uniform have seen and p.d. . take on a person one on one it's always a few of them you know three four five of them on one person these are you know protests as much as this is police will tell you hands down that twenty five year old war vet says it's come to a point where iraqi activists are treated with more respect and humility then their american counterparts he recalls an incident when hundreds of iraqis got violent
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with u.s. soldiers a few people started throwing rocks and everybody kind of started throwing rocks and we actually had a marine get hit in the face he was on back of a truck but at that ad you know the people were free to go you know what i mean we've been a rest anybody we didn't go beat up on anybody so to see the police officers doing this to on our civilians in our own country was just it was you know us. i was amazed like i was in shock visiting the protesters he stood proudly to defend sergeant thomas received something of a hero's welcome in zuccotti park yes. really you know we've been gestures of appreciation towards the marine that completed combat in baghdad but just began his battle against police brutality here at home sergeant thomas lashing of the n.y.p.d. had for forty three inspired the birth of a new hold on the pipe dream it calls on us veterans of all military brats join the anti-war protests and with roughly forty thousand soldiers coming back from iraq by
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the years and its international grassroots movement may grow even mightier arena for niamh artsy new york. protesters camping out on us streets have already pledged to stay for as long as it takes to make their voices heard activist david swanson has been at the protests in washington believe me there are the police nor the onset of colder weather will derail the movement's growing momentum but we are starting to hear talk again from the police that they are being pushed by someone in the administration higher up to drive us out of there we'll see what comes of that we're not leaving we've got protests encampments permanently established in both freedom plaza and another group in mcpherson square and they are doing actions every day we are protesting not just our government what its funders its handlers its think tankers and we're building community and we're making decisions and we're
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networking with the other occupy movements around the country we'll see what the police do and what the weather does to these patients but you know the weather won't shut down half of this country that will stay warm for sure and we have no intention and there are a lot of people camped out there that have no intention of ever leaving and this movement is not going to end. we've got plenty more on the protests sweeping america including a true taste of revolution occupy paints a t. shirt expands mogs only a few of three thousand pieces of merchandise an offer with occupy wall street turning into a successful brand for a business is to stir up sales. one of georgia's richest man who is known for his harsh criticism of president
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saakashvili is facing some strong obstacles as he tries to answer the country's political fray his plans to run for high office haven't been welcomed by the current authorities and they have revoked the new pretenders georgian citizenship and now a court has refused to acknowledge the decision are based on barton reports from tbilisi. the man who could challenge sacrifice really billionaire bidzina ivanishvili is entering georgia's political battleground according to his lawyer that's frightened to make hell seconds really the president of eight years. when he said he's going to create a political party has gone into politics and he's starting to get ready for elections the government panicked they panicked so much they took away a vanished willy's georgian citizenship officials did point out that he had french citizenship as well which is against georgian law and that he might be deported he says it's politically motivated and he's appealing the decision. our government has
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a way of accusing people of treason the authorities violate their power and then use their position as an excuse for their actions the georgian government has also raided a bank in vanish really owns amid accusations of money laundering designed and removed some of his security guards and arrested people close to him they vanished nearly as famous as one of georgia's richest businessmen he's funded the building of churches and theaters and now he's funding the return of a well known georgians to to recall t.v. show the show's director says he has confidence in a vanished early but he's still new to politics. he's learning how to be a politician he used to be a very significant businessman but now the methods he used in his business have to be changed because he's a public politician but he adapts very quickly. and he'll have to because while of that issue he himself is confident he'll win the next election many around him
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aren't even sure if he'll be in it. it's hard to tell if it's in the rivonia surely would part of george's political stew to rule north but it's easy to see his case as a metaphor for the overall state of politics here the world coming home to form a political force would be clear evidence of the democratic spirit but so want to talk to the ga that's not so often sure tom watson oxys tbilisi georgia. well let's now take a look at some other stories from around the world rescue teams are struggling to find survivors trapped under the debris in turkey after a deadly earthquake struck the eastern city of bam on sunday almost two hundred eighty people have been confirmed dead with over a thousand injured in the seven point two magnitude quake thousands of people whose homes were destroyed are spending the nights outside with temperatures forecast to plunge below zero and snowfall expected. american and north korean diplomats are in geneva discussing their resumption of six party nuclear disarmament talks beyond
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yang agreed to stop its nuclear program six years ago in exchange for aid and a peace treaty with washington bogged down withdrew from talks in two thousand and nine the north korean leader saudi's country is ready to return to negotiations which also include the us russia china south korea and japan during his visit to moscow earlier this year. tunisia's islamist party and is claiming victory in the country's first democratic elections official results are to be announced later on tuesday but preliminary results suggest the group will win most votes its main rival a secular center left party has admitted defeat former president ben ali was overthrown nine months ago after a mass demonstrations and power for twenty three years. well another country affected by the arab spring syria is still a long way from holding elections but the government has promised to implement
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crucial reforms within six months a record short pier. time according to syria's foreign minister exclusive interview with r.t. is coming up next hour but here's a look at what he had to say. the country's leadership is not slowing down reforms and the deadline set by the syrian president are very short and in less than six months the country will see these reforms carried out that is why i'm asking that if the opposition really cares for the future of this country why it wouldn't begin dialogue and lay out some serious approaches to creating a new syria as for the bloodshed let me ask you whether there's a regime anywhere in the world whose purpose is to kill its own citizens or rather isn't its direct purpose to protect its own citizens from terrorists when we are confronted with an armed terrorist groups who have nothing to do with record. illegal trade in human organs is thriving in ukraine and authorities are struggling
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to bring the problem under control the country's medical infrastructure means it's still too difficult for people to get hold of vital body parts through legitimate means waiting mannie terror into the black market or dislikes here chefs takes up the story. father died in the march last year however a couple of months ago she received a surprising call from the local police. the police told me that my father's eyes were removed from his body to be sewed if they were from we don't know we didn't notice anything at the funeral as those who did disguise their actions i was drawn to the moon with employees did not the doctors and the to tell you of one hundred ninety died had their organs removed tissue from eyes can be used for up to a week after death and is vital in helping those in need of surgery. such surgery can be performed by any eye surgeon if there was a state tissue bank then a specialist would take the available cornea from there and transplanted to
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a person but ukraine has. no tissue bank that's why those in need either go abroad or turn to illegal surgeons. the ukrainian authorities launched an investigation into the case of villainess father which for some reason has become secret from shipping bones of the dead are brought to our lawfully extracting stem cells from the newborn's lately the illegal dollar market has been thriving in ukraine several top specialists of ukraine's leading surgery institut are currently on trial they are accused of conducting more than fifty illegal border surgeries over the past decade cases like this have turned into europe's capital awful legal transplants doctors are pushing hard to change the nineteen ninety nine law and are attempting to create a united state tissue bank this they say will oust illegal surgeries for good but even optimists say this may take years and this year a share of ski r.t. reporting from here in ukraine. take
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a look at what's happening in the world of business karina joins us. hello and welcome to our business update this south thanks for joining me russia's national gas monopolies by the german energy and telecom company and of a call the company produces electric power using green energy and sells natural gas and internet services the talks have been going on for several months but no final decision has yet been taken last week that you want authorities approved the sale of a portion of a com to gas problem if the deal is completed it will be the first time gas bill will get access to the at the end users of natural gas in germany have a calm and a calm is an independent energy provider with a turnover overall seventy five million euros. that's a look at the markets now oil prices are struggling for direction to reaching a two months high in the previous session investors are waiting for the details of
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europe's plan to cope with a debt crisis its light sweet is trading close to ninety two dollars a barrel while brands blend it around one hundred and eleven dollars. stocks in asia are mixed the nikkei is losing half a percent of the hang seng is gaining over half a percent with some investors inspired by reports of plans to recapitalize european banks commodity sector firms are higher in hong kong held by the chinese manufacturing data. now it's less than one hour ahead of the opening bell here in moscow let's look at monday's closing figures for both the poor says he has jumped three and a half percent and i'm isaac's added to a half percent as you see stocks rallied on news that germany is willing to stretch the e.u. bailout fund to one billion euro. now works in fear so from metropole absi says the rally will likely continue on wednesday as markets expect e.u. leaders to progress on solving eurozone problems. think the market again being
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the last is only being green zone and especially for me and soon i will serve to the or even at all so we always wonder if we can want to. correct that much or think it's all certain it could be a difference of story when voters are speaking about metals mining companies but the stalks which really are a bone for us. in the market. were actually producing champagne for another ten years at least that's the time local sparkling wine makers can keep the word champagne on their bottles the movers part of an agreement between russian producers and those from the french champagne region the twenty twenty two deadline maybe extended if we branding russia proved more difficult than first thought if light over the champagne appellation started in two thousand and nine and the french insists that champagne is the geographic location and can only be used for wines produced in that region. and other news canadian developers are aiming to
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invest around six hundred million dollars in russian real estate over five years where the missing newspaper says that trinity development group and shenkman corporation are to create a new company which will invest in building retail products in the region investors are counting on long term contracts for up to twenty years. that's our business update this hour but stay with us for headline news coming up next.
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welcome back here with our team here's a look at the top stories the body of colonel gadhafi is finally to be laid to rest after days of being on public display but questions about the way he was killed and the future of the country remain with
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a jubilant mood among some libyans giving way to fears more bloodshed is to come. as a wall street protesters promise he had another global rally you have the g. twenty summit aimed at pressuring world leaders to tax financial transactions and currency trades that is growing number of its supporters in new york criticized police for their fierce response to demonstrations. and a georgian billionaire is stripped of his citizenship after voicing political ambitions in which he vowed to win next year's column as we watch this announcement was preceded by harsh criticism of president saakashvili who he hopes to stop from staying in power. now could unscrupulous traders on wall street have initiated the european crisis to weaken their rival currency we asked the head of the same tank created specially to help overcome the global financial turmoil spotlight is up next.

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