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the element. among those. omissions feeds on the one. on. the first few when observer team arrives in syria to oversee the troubled truce by damascus that they have not scored a night monitors movements to keep them safe. defiant in the dr region killer anders breivik and for a court with a right wing salute insisting he's no criminal but was protecting the country from mosul. and bella roof is bellerose releases two high profile political prisoners as washington and the e.u. ground up the truck meant to ease up on the opposition.
by former headquarters in central moscow you're watching archie with me and he said now it's good to have you with us four pm here in the russian capital three pm in damascus as the first u.n. observers touched down in syria the government's being urged to show restraint on the opposition to fully cooperate damascus says it can't guarantee the monitors safety unless every step is coordinated with authorities the opposition claims it's still under attack and the government val's to crack down on what it calls terrorists some avoid to is in the syrian capital. the whole waiting to be reborn for serious or for those christians the meaning of acer was all the more poignant this year as they contemplated the sec or forces of the last few months the death and suffering across the country many sought refuge in prayer
hoping that peace would be resurrected i guess all syrian prays for peace despite isolated clashes the coffee and brokered cease fire has answered its fate they have been the arrival of the universe servers a lasting peace may now have the best chance in months still as these analyst points out the u.n. monitors may need to learn from the experience of their arab league college or parties as mission in january failed to stop the bloodshed in the eyes of both the government and the opposition the un mission is more professional more credible it will be made up of the observers of particular countries with their own agendas and the perceived neutrality or the lack of it could make or break the mission. the rapid deployment of monitors that is in the interest of the assad government has argued is the only way to ensure the country finds of both sides of the cease fire now that they have servers are on the ground you know officials have made it clear
they expect the syrian authorities to take further steps to uphold it but we are worried about the operational deployment of heavy armor. population centers they don't belong there they didn't belong there in the first place they don't belong there and we are working with the government. the opposition for a full cessation of violence in all its forms. with claims and counterclaims of violence by both sides the unit monitors will show wrestled with the challenges ahead but at least they have syria and steering them on the owner of the shop just ordered another batch of these t. shirts a popular wrestling slogan in syria it is now taking on a whole new meaning for thousands killed across the country rising above is a tall order and while it may take years and many syrians agreed that having
impartial international observers on the ground may be the first step in that direction it's not going to artsy. but despite officially backing the u.n. plan for a diplomatic solution on syria america and its allies are providing even more rebel support press calls are being heard in washington on arming the opposition political analyst come away says efforts to scupper of the cease fire are mounting . there's some parties within the middle east politics trying to sabotage the peace plan that is a range by mr anon and the u.n. i think somebody in qatar and soon. they're not liking the plan and they want to continue in syria and friendly we have seen and witnessed in the past couple days major address from other chorused organization and varying from arab countries into syria and causing all of these against the stability of syria and i think that's
the message the peace plan should have signed by a by the qatari and the sudanese and the united states to that because because these factors are actually causing. the and escalation could continue at this point we don't understand how mr obama would say supplying all kinds of. different supplies mostly weapons to the opposition and at the same time you want to have a peace plan is working at this point. the trial of self-confessed norwegian killer anders breivik is underway in oslo but just so far seen him perform a right wing salute market survivors in court and weep at his own propaganda video . well the government admits killing seventy seven people in a bomb attack on a government building and a shooting rampage at a youth camp last summer but it's
a nice criminal guilt insisting it was self-defense to protect norway from being taken over by muslims here where his court case has been recorded under way in oslo it's expected to take ten weeks because of the seventy seven victims seventy seven separate cases really part of the parts of the trial are being broadcast as you can see by his testimony will not be so graphic heard the names of the dead read out. of them guide he could be locked up for the rest of his life if considered a danger to society but norwegian journalist stein says rather counts partly succeeded in using his trial to promote extremism. the big paradox concerning this case is that. because the outset made this is planned he wrote manifest and published it outlined his plan in this plan was to do
an outrageous criminal act and then use the court proceedings later to advocate this around the world and in that sense. one might say that he has succeeded in that he himself has taken the stand yet that starts first tomorrow and there's been of course a lot of debate about that here in norway in to what extent he should be allowed to do that in the court case he has called an rumors that witnesses extremist witnesses both from the extremist right side and islamic extremists to sort of. build under this notion that he has that there is a war a clash of civilizations there's been a debate and some of the witnesses that been called and have actually refused to go in because they don't want to be part of this propaganda that he is using the court case to promote. because interested. in the proceedings we are streaming live
pictures. and there's a private place on our website r.t.e. dot com. you're with art so you live from moscow on the way you look at what's holding the cards over cairo. the fact that they have to send a gold delegation to shoreham of washington shows you that what they are trying to hide is not very charming as egypt's main is from a political force that is forced tries to washington the country's upcoming presidential election could leave america facing a tough choice on its allies who we are. and with the french said to choose their next leader this two candidates who are usually poles apart are still in front burner votes by finding surprisingly common ground. well russian president has released two political prisoners one of which is a former presidential candidate the question goes on expected move follows pressure
from the e.u. that's been highly critical of the regime after a harsh crackdown on the opposition two years ago and it's the year of some scheme has details. few if any had expected such move from the man often described as europe's last dictator alexander lukashenko the leader of the bellows now former presidential candidate and the son you close counterpart. among a dozen opposition figures arrested in december and following the presidential election accused of instigating massive street protests that was certainly a very serious crackdown on the opposition with all of those so so many people arrested and being sentenced to prison terms the sign and one body who was sentenced to five and two years in prison respectively now both of them have been set free on a presidential pardon they have reconvened with their families and came out with statements saying that they had never believed that their plea to be set free would be met by alexander lukashenko you know the political analysts in belarus are
trying to determine the reasons behind this move while the other sand political prisoners still remain in prisons in behind bars in belarus and their fate remains pretty much unclear at the moment this also being a reaction from the european union from the highest representative and international affairs and security catherine ashton who said that releasing these two prisoners is definitely a right move to improve relations between brussels and me in scans she demanded that the old other political prisoners must be set free as well definitely the ties between brussels and minsk have been very much strange after the events and in december to wait on the presidential election and the crackdown on the opposition in fact all heads of all diplomatic missions to do the european union left immediately all twenty seven passengers then the european union imposed sanctions umbrella was namely more than two hundred state officials and businessmen are still brought here which is from traveling to the european union countries as well as
several companies are blacklisted from trade with the european union they have been talks of more tougher sanctions to come within the next several weeks so the possibility. that the two saying the possible sanctions and the release of the prisoners all connected cannot be ruled out by many experts. afghanistan's president says sunday's attacks across the country showed an intelligence failure on part of local and nato forces couple thousand hours i fear fighting and taliban militants sponson on day says and well coordinated assault on the capital targets were in kabul diplomatic quarter with western embassies and government buildings coming under fire thirty six militants were killed but eight police officers and three civilians also lost their lives taliban said the on start was in retaliation for american troops killing civilians and burning copies of the koran independent blogger stephen lyman believes the instability is in the u.s. interests i think america one of the. you know of the year students were to go to
a lot of. the korean burnings you were eating one of the koreans massacre in here. not what you wish for so many grown twenty special forces just. because we're getting ready to be released and i don't think there's a chance i think america will want to do it because the one thing very. well the recent wreck where they reach in livio last year or even know whether it is fear and there is the possibility peace in syria you know the possibility of peace and stability. to violence instability. we want to know your view on what you expect to
happen next in afghanistan here your votes so far and are probably more than half of you expect more militant strikes post a third predict a collapse of central authority ten percent say afghanistan will see a negotiated truce with fatah leader and then the minority feel it will lead to an international search for a book votes count views count we want to hear all about them so i had online and tell us what you think about the future of afghanistan and while you're there here's what else is waiting for you what are you. flagging up the front tier russian stakes its claim to more parts of the resource rich part succeed bad guy in its territory. and north korea keeps mom about its alleged nuclear program but celebrates the centauri of its first leader's birthday with a bang through the sparks fly it are three. three of each of the leading presidential hopefuls will appeal they're banned from next month's poll the
election committee barred almost half of the candidates from standing including the muslim brotherhood's main contender prompting the threat of mass demonstrations all the uncertainty in egypt could compromise u.s. relations it's going to take care of reports from washington. egypt is changing dramatically washington policies are not for the last thirty years the u.s. has sent an annual aid package to the egyptian military this year it's one point three billion dollars it is absolutely essential that we do what we can to preserve a close strategic relationship with egypt because egypt is being major player in the region the egyptian military has been widely accused of cracking down on peaceful protesters and egyptians want to put an end to the overreaching power of their military but that seems to have had no effect on washington's decision to keep going with business as usual with egypt business as usual ceased to be
a reality almost a decade ago unfortunately our leadership in the white house and in the state department have not caught up with that reality the new reality is it is not business as usual we are not buying loyalty but not even the egyptian military's loyalty may be enough to secure business as usual between washington and cairo the muslim brotherhood is the ruling power in egypt's parliament now and their candidate could well when presidential election in may the rather hood has declared israel america's closest ally in the region enemy number one we will not be able to afford and will put in jail for example lingers on the border there is a freezer but there's a lot acceptable by the egyptian people but most recently a delegation from the muslim brotherhood has made a trip to washington and flip flopped on some of their harsh statements this time
the brotherhood lawmakers said they were not planning on breaking the peace agreement with israel signed at the end of the nineteen seventies in light of the mixed messages that keep changing some wonder whether there is any guarantee that egyptian military power bolstered by u.s. taxpayer dollars and weapons. will mock one day be angered israel the fact that they have to send the go delegation to charm up washington shows you that what they are trying to hide is not very charming they're talking about american taxpayer dollars being used to fund what may well be a government in egypt which is vitriolically into america washington seems to be holding on to the old policy of offering egyptian leaders incentives in exchange for favors and well loyalty but will that model work with the new democratic egypt which may soon be ruled by those who capitalize on and he's really on the
anti-american rhetoric i'm going to check our reporting from washington r.t. . well he's used to exposing the world's dark is secret so it's no surprise top whistleblower julian sons wants to reveal even more of the growing dissidents and opinion makers in his interview show that debuts on our t.v. this tuesday but today's answering the questions about his not trying to separated program and his guest. has do with us our enemy combatant a traitor getting into bed with the kremlin. and interviewing. terrible radicals for. i think that's a sort of it's a pretty trivial car and. when you were choosing the guests what were your criteria. or the single biggest criterion something i would come up with. so those are. people who normally don't get
a voice could any of the guests that you have got do you think a pair on a mainstream t.v. network some good some couldn't but some have. quietly. what is fair game. majority of what they have said to me they could not say or the mainstream i think wouldn't work but it's not just because of self-censorship of the networks it's because my style of interaction as someone who has been interviewed by the media many different times i understand the faults. in that format and so i want to add something to. the sort of the situations that they had so why of. pulling out their story about this situation from b. i would suspect it would look there's something going. for me. and in dealing with me they understand that they're not just dealing with the hardest thing to do with
a reporter they're dealing with someone who's been through a very trying going to something from the situation so they can speak to the greek as equals because they understand that i don't think. i'm truly interested. it's true we should be exposed to the world so he's talking is flawed so it's going to be an attack from the united states strongly yeah. elite. eight hundred days now i seem to change without. so much as i'm still. saying we. can change the world. more from julie notes in just over ten minutes make sure you're here for the premier of the world tomorrow on tuesday at eleven thirty g.m.t. thirty pm moscow time and also broadcast it throughout the day on our team.
thousands of american and filipino troops have begun annual military exercises near the disputed south china sea the tension between the for the can use in china has been escalating there for the past two weeks demonstrators gathered outside the american embassy in manila in protest at the war games we can't university deputy principal principal junction says the u.s. only has its own moves in mind when they return there are many filipino students and doctors concerned that were games represent he was playing a big brother role in philippine politics and there are many think one philippines we're concerned is that becoming more so so ornate for the kind of national interest to u.s. interests so i think that these protests are a sign of a lot of discomfort with the traditional filipino over reliance on u.s. military muscle american ships have gone back and forth over the pacific. and it's
especially a trait that i think a lot of it is inertia and the fact that for a long time america has been writing as it is to fake and now it's not so used to the ideals conferring to other powers but i think that for the future of world peace i think in the future america will need to start negotiating we were trying to create a framework to share it if you could perceive it and it's trying to see. oh look at some other stories from around the world for you now for shiite muslim farmers have been shot dead just north of the iraqi capital in what appears to be a sectarian attack two carloads of gunmen opened fire while the better working in an orchard by lynch has decreased in iraq but sunni militants still launch attacks to challenge the country's shia led government. military leaders in the west african state of a guinea bissau now have announced a national transitional council meeting with political parties soldiers wrestle control from the nation's interim government four days ago over plans to reduce the
size of the country's influential army whose have been comin out since it won independence in one nine hundred seventy four. and all these interim president says he's ready to open talks with rebels and it's the most occupying the north but he insists armed groups among them must leave has been divided since rebels declared an independent homeland earlier this month following a military coup for soldiers in the uprising claim the government has not provided enough weapons to fight the insurgency. but people on the hard left and right politics where they find anything to agree on but in france that's exactly how candidates are the presidential votes in this tense are sillier reports now from paris it's causing support to leak away from the front runner favorites in just the final days before the cold. they lie in office depends of
the political sphere. well look i'm a long shot on the hard left and marine le pen on the far right. but who would have thought they'd have this much in common both denouncing what they see as straight jackets for france namely nato and what they see as europe's impositions palm fronds must offer the world a new under globalization alliance independent of the united states of america whether the european union treaty or participation in nato which we no longer want we've run proclaiming that we will call a popular referendum in be true matters little power no father said if you will the child of this devastating is the ology is the euro designed as a tool to force the advent of a federal and freedom showing europe say the subject of immigration is the clearest difference between the two with the far right start against it but both share a passion of her still be towards globalization blaming it for job losses. both
plan to increase the minimum wage and both want to increase the power of the french state through nationalization and greater control over the quote unquote big bad banks. all other political forces today including the socialist party believe blindly on the virtues of calculus and this is the dissolution at the crux about thirty percent of middle sean lappin voters who see a still and impotent middle ground a government that left jobs go and threaten their way of life they're worried this would go on we have a country. i think a lot of fear about this transit world the reason you call it was government and the most of the french is that that could damage. the so-called french model which is something that the french are extremely sensitive to politicians are appealing to the french people the securities of their radical replica i did
increase in number of voters are looking for a third set of hearing boards for the political. and some for good. the left front is the only alternative to liberalism i'm not even sure if i'll vote for a left leaning socialist francois or no in the second round and vats is the biggest threat to the men in the middle front runners in the race for grandma sean and tough talking lappin stance of opposite ends but they've got a shrewd knack of stealing voters on the core troubles that are providing the french people. tesser cilia r.t. paris. hang on to it's happening in the world of business daniel bushell joins us daniel investors rubbing their hands on their heads the start rubbing their heads i'm afraid there's a bit of improvement since the morning let's get started called europe both london and frankfurt up whole four percent of the retailers like h. and m. revealed strong sales for march on the exchange rate the euro hit
a well month low against the green. today don't worry spain's boring course hit record highs in the last hour the single currency is also slipped into the red on the ruble if europe's quids in russia's losing l. slipping further in the last few minutes let's check major movers in the next colossus business expected to sign a deal with exxon mobile in new york rival top nifty is flat posting a big jump in it for last year financials dragging mosco lower brant scorn on the one hundred twenty in the last few minutes as iran nukes the issue remains on resolved and staying in the sector rosiness agreed to sell all to china that's a decision ends a long lasting price dispute between the two sides bush's biggest crude producer one and a whole dollars a barrel from the price as part of its twenty year deal with this eastern part no i mean i.m.f. has improved its outlook on russia's economic growth for this year and now it says the country will grow four percent inflation is tipped to be below five percent on
the country's first result in many years and europe today and these are more stories on our website dot com slash business. all right daniel thanks for that update martin ford seeing you next hour with more in a few minutes here on r.t. world renowned whistleblower julian assange stalks r.t. about his new interview shows debut on the channel after a recap of our top stories and this short break.
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