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not disappear but much mess because it's not often. the next generation has grown up with the ability to say anything to anybody else on the planet to the ideas that lit up for themselves to have a freedom of speech never before imagined we don't need to ask anybody's permission to present new ideas and all of a sudden corporations want to take that away because it inconveniences them. and millions of young people are rising up in anger this is a sense of the growth of pirate parties both in sweden and elsewhere around the world is evidence of how the status of internet freedom of complainers has risen on the signing of the actual agreement a few days ago huge protests broke out in poland they were so i'll read it and so angry that the government there has suspended its reactor agreement that they want
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the same to happen here although the debates are going to go on until june when the indian parliament votes on this internet freedom urging people to get their view across before that vote this debate is going to go on it's not finished yet and it seems it's going to be anything but calm. in stockholm teased there now to other news making headlines around the world this hour. greece has twenty four hours left to strike a deal with wenders on a one hundred thirty billion euro rescue plan before the country is pushed towards a default that is according to the country's finance minister coalition leaders are opposed to outside demands for further civil service cuts that inspectors are in athens to check the progress of imposed cuts in private sector pay and new austerity measures things that need to come up with fourteen point four billion euros for loan repayment by and large twenty. more than three thousand afghans were
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killed in two thousand and eleven making last year the deadliest on record for the country's civilians according to a un report most of the casualties were caused by militants with fourteen percent by international and local troops meanwhile nato is preparing to pull out of. afghanistan by twenty fourteen leaving afghan security forces to take charge of fighting insurgency. week long cold snap has now claimed two hundred twenty lives as countries struggle with record low temperatures. ukraine is being hit the hardest as more than one hundred died when temperatures plummeted to mind thirty degrees celsius most of the victims were homeless people meanwhile bosnian authorities declared a state of emergency in the capital sarajevo when snow cause power outages and close friends around and in rome the coliseum is closed over fears that tourists would slip on the icy ruins following a rare snowfall in the city. but. castro the leader of
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cuba's communist revolution has made a rare public appearance in the country's capital havana cajun was the presentation of thousand page memoirs called. by the cuban state t.v. show the former leader engaged in an animated conversation six hour long about castro retired in two thousand and eight because of ill health after almost half a century in power yes definitely a clash of cultures in kyrgyzstan now where the moderate indigenous practice of islam is being threatened by more radical alternatives there are fears for the effect on everyday life in the central asian republics a land of prone to instability after two rebel ocean revolutions in the last few years alone on a book as the story. all. kneeling down but standing tall tens of thousands of cougars man praying at the country's central square just underneath the lenin monument even in this basket years the
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communist ideology couldn't bring to the streets as many people as a slum does nowadays. the fist of sacrifice is one of the most important rights for all muslims but they you need to pray or can't mask in almost theological and lifestyle differences that exist among the various branches of this life here in kurdistan over the past they call this country has become a testing ground for islamic missionaries of all kinds some who have a lust in common with each other than they do with christians or jews who just people converted to islam in the seventeenth century but they were never designed us about it mixed with germany's and the magic customs the good guys version of islam has long been more of a moral code then a religious doctrine in how cheap a society where women are just as the active and ambitious as men and when religiosity went hand in hand with good education but that is starting to change.
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after the collapse of the soviet union kurdistan has seen a very fast growth of islam some of it is the message really driven poverty poor education corruption mistrust of authorities all of that is prodding people towards religion but much of it is also driven from abroad with countries like pakistan your saudi arabia kuwait a very generous when it comes to building mosques here. islam is on the rise across all of central asia but only in kurdistan have there the regions adopted and open door policy already. the these are followers of the to believe. a group of islamic missionaries originated from pakistan. it's members have come up in many terrorism investigations and as a result the group was labeled extremist by many european governments in kyrgyzstan that community is growing fast. people heart of fun happen it's hard to
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believe life in accordance with his wishes and by teaching of us with. genders are becoming increasingly separated in public women and not left out in fact they're at the forefront of these lawmakers surgeons in kurdistan. all the more than half of students in this islamic academy and females and their number has tripled in the past few years. when they graduate still get a diploma in arabic studies and sharia law there's a lot of interest in this area and if they decide to work it shouldn't be difficult finding a job for him missionaries are not only spreading the word but greasing their palms to. this man who claims to be a healer raft from yemen he sees three to four patients every day and for most reimbursement claims to clear their ailments with the help of prayer. and.
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these changes encourage a society has many opponents some of them claim that saudi or pakistani versions of islam corrupt the country traditional values. are called when first islamic mission there as arrived here three centuries ago we were respectful of our customs. in kyrgyzstan has been very much in degraded with our indigenous culture and the version that's being pushed on nowadays with his jobs and restrictions is not only foreign to us it's aggressive the countries authorities are not oblivious to the ongoing islamisation and sussan just are even trying to harness it here through the stones top officials are praying along. side the crowds they claim full religious freedom is the best strategy against radicalization. the results of the arab spring have shown that secure governments are cracking under the pressure of the political
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islam muslims are enormous human resource the one who knows how to manage his forces were the streets. and for kyrgyzstan seen two revolutions in five years there's hardly anything more pressing than finding an antidote against old how breaking lose again. artsy. now does it for me this hour i'll be back with an update of our top stories after just a short break thanks for being with us.
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old means of protection can be used. when global supremacy. between two thousand and five and two thousand and nine us is spent fifteen billion dollars in the price to pay for the entire program that we are dealing with right now here in two thousand and eleven is another hundred fifty billion dollars that's larger than many country's entire military budgets on things becomes the best for.
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videos. free media. welcome back or watching are glad to have you with. russia china the u.n. security council's resolution on syria and a vote in new york moscow wanted all references to regime change taken out of the draft. over two hundred thousand people have braved the bitter cold across russia to ensure their views on national politics are heard. through the streets.
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and fighting between police and protesters continues in egypt with twelve people killed and hundreds more injured in the latest crackdown. call up next our special report on the reset in u.s. russia relations and how it's being affected by america's controversial missile defense system in europe. the most vital national security interests of the united states would be most effectively realized not through hostility to russia but through cooperation with it. nicely and russia and the united states can reach a settlement of the establishment of a global missile defense system while. this plan research is in jeopardy even the new strategic arms reduction treaty between moscow and washington has been unable to help. at a time of warmer bilateral relations nato's top brass decided to deploy
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a missile defense system protecting europe but they were setting up too close to russia's borders and moscow didn't view it as a friendly gesture. we want to defend the whole of europe not just some european countries we want to european allies and friends to join on missile defense strategy. to jeannie with the event of the situation with a european missile defense system becoming unfavorable to russia we reserve the right to take no further steps in the nuclear disarmament area. the kremlin has repeatedly demanded that nato guarantees that the european missile defense shield would pose no threat to russia's strategic interests sofa the west has refused to cooperate with moscow on the issue.
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intercontinental ballistic missiles are transported through snowbound russian forests under the cover of darkness. the movements are shrouded in secrecy the people in charge need to perform training drills and test the hardware on the move . suddenly the convoy comes to a halt there's a forest stream blocking the path. crossing it's quite a challenge for the drivers of motor vehicles weighing many tons. as specially considering the carrying nuclear warheads. engine is make sure that the heavy launches safely reach the opposite bank with the
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most hazardous hurdle behind it the convoy is on the move again. as the convoy forges ahead to its destination they leave the forest and pass through villages the sound of powerful engines thundering past is becoming a common occurrence lately for local people. we need such missiles to defend russia we were good we would be crushed if we didn't have them. but that's all there is to it. working when you hear them rumbling past you get a sense of great might there is no dealt we will be able to defend our country.
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without an agreement with the united states on missile defense and in the face of potential military threats russia was compelled to think of countermeasures. the country has declared in the past that it may withdraw from the strategic arms reduction treaty and said it will introduce measures to counter the missile defense shield. we will go ahead with the deployment of our missile defense system it is beyond me is that this presupposes deployment of its components in poland in romania in a radar station in turkey obviously this will also until the is there mission of a base in spain for american ships equipped with the ag system. it is obvious that the missile defense systems will be targeted at the russian federation rather than some mythical middle eastern countries possessing a virtual missile. at least fifteen countries around the world have been involved with the nato missile defense
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shield. their radar stations in denmark and britain which is also host to interceptor missiles in. canada too is going to join the project anti missile functions will be given to norad the agency responsible for north america's air and outer space defense. japan has decided to assist the nato missile defense shield it's taking part in the manufacture of a just into septa missiles. japan is going to build a forward based radar station on its territory. a similar radar station has already been built in turkey. the czech republic rumania hungry and poland are ready to allow nato as missile defense complexes to be placed on their territory. if that were going to go forward based american military presence which means the deployment of bases in post is so. republics notably in central asia is an element
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of us global domination as a powerful ramified infrastructure any military base has the capacity to deploy units of agents supplying electronic intelligence. russia has taken adequate measures to counter such actions but i'm like nato it confines its activities to its own territory a radar station is being put on combat duty in the kaliningrad region russia's westernmost. tactical missile systems are being deployed in the country's west and . they can hit any target within a radius of up to five hundred kilometers. what is most important is that the russian ballistic missiles are being gradually equipped with new warheads capable of overcoming nato's missile defense system.
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this lift carries people down to a secret radar station in european russia it's tucked away deep underground in a few minutes time major will be on duty to protect russia's space. to get everything about the station is classified the equipment behind these doors is the responsibility of special officers the station itself can operate autonomously it has its own power source and water supply and a ventilation system and. washington knows only too well that russia can easily control the entire space of eastern europe this radio is one of the instruments the military installation protects the moscow region from attack by ballistic missiles it's thought to be controlled by russia's president who is also commander in chief of the armed forces
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. some time ago russia suggested to the united states that they jointly control the outer space over the middle east he was in a similar radar transmitter stationed in azerbaijan if nato's top brass agreed to cooperate they would receive reports of any unauthorized iranian missile launches that washington would see as a threat to america. who are and has developed milicic missiles capable of hitting targets in a little east in eastern europe this poses a threat to u.s. interests in the region. i don't agree with the u.s. government belief that this is a serious problem with iran is doing is they're using very simple relevent nothing simple about rockets but the using very early generation rocket technology the only rockets they could build that could reach the united states would be enormous in size and not be mobile this city would have to be launched
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from fixed locations where the united states and russia if russia joined the united states could monitor these these missiles many in the united states dislike the views of thehotel postal he maintains that the european missile defense system is ineffective the scientist estimates that it has no chance of protecting the united states from a rainy and missiles instead it creates problems for russia if russia believes is the fence is not needed but it doesn't pose a theoretical threat to russia. my guess is that the russian government will say ok if you want to spend your national treasure this will help you so it solves the political problem and it provides a much more capable defense than with the united states currently building in goods of them they would also be much cheaper. the professor believes that the purpose of
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nato is radar with europe is to track the movements of russian strategic weapons and to monitor russia's new military technologies. the real target could be russia but certainly it makes the people of europe less safe it draws them in in fact as a geo strategic pawn by great powers as they maneuver and use the missile defense shield not as a way to defend your not as a way to defend anybody in fact but to provide a first strike potential capability against the adversary. this is how we are going to train ourselves in order to be ready for any situation . these people crossing a field of kelp have serious worries about the global situation.
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they feel that as long as nuclear weapons exist they need to know how to protect themselves. if they survive in the face of a real threat they need to have everything necessary close at hand. the coach tells them that a compass and a mobile phone unlikely to help. the problem is that we can only get our bearings by looking at tree branches there are more branches on the side where they are exposed to see. some light side points to the south. the people involved in a survival experiment will have to cover several kilometers in full gear their training mission is to reach an abandoned military base where they can hide from
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the harmful effects of radiation. wealthy british style. that's not on the title of. markets why not come to. find out what's really happening to the global economy with max cause or for a no holds barred look at the global financial headlines tune in to kaiser report on our. me is eve if. you.
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didn't. see. the close up team has been to the hub our of courage and for the country's middle wealth starts its way across the ocean. now our team goes to the area. was named after lenin looking to a different character to represent itself. for local businesses are striving to build the aviation capital of russia. and for the four by fours are made and can be tested to the limit. welcome to the bridge of. russia close up on our.
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alexandra's eyed self and family live in a military camp that is off limits to the public. keep going keep going on yourself keep going. alexander was in a secret unit mending missiles when he's off to sea he always makes a point of spending time with his wife and children. he's well aware of the
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standoff between nato and russia. it makes him apprehensive about what kind of future awaits his sons. because of the missile program of course my wife and i often talk about the future. we would like to see a bright future without crises. and. we want everybody to live in peace and we want everything to be just fine. the i.c.b.m.'s are accompanied by a combat escort but with today we have eyes covered ground very difficult conditions for a thrust forward to the i do hope everything will pass off without any incidents. trucks carrying nuclear warheads lined up in a quiet glade the snowy forest provides good kemah flash for them together these mobile missile launches
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a cold and i get in russian on the lingo they need to be ready for action at any moment. my dress. come on major section chief says all reporting unit is ready. fully in. the aggregate for. four haste. the intercontinental ballistic missile known as the s s twenty five to make this move a twenty one meters long it's almost two meters in diameter and weighs about forty five tons of fuel. despite its impressive propulsion the russian missile still hits targets with absolute precision mage's i'd say if joe is making sure that the missile launches weighs in working order moving military hardware enjoyment. the danger. with this is a high.

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