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one pm in the russian capital on marina josh you're watching r t the un security council has unanimously and strongly condemn terrorist blast that killed at least fifty five people and one that almost four hundred in the syrian capital damascus on thursday the twenty explosions near a government intelligence complex are the worst terror attacks in syria since the start of the uprising last year are just more important i've brings us the latest from u.n. headquarters in new york. all fifteen members of the security council have to recognize that terrorist networks are working in side of syria it was only just on tuesday when the syrian envoy to the united nations had cues to a number of regional air powers of sponsoring terrorism to undermine the ceasefire in syria the syrian ambassador. held up a d.v.d. claiming that on that d.v.d.
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was confessions of dozens of individuals that were involved in terrorist activities upon the order of what he said were goals states joint special envoy kofi annan did address also the media just this week saying that right now syria can be descending into a full scale civil war if the ceasefire does not hold parties our firm is in syria and has been speaking to all those that have been living through the uprisings and through the ongoing violence and she brings us their story. this sound of gunfire heavy artillery rings out. with the u.n. observers in it live in there's been some pretty heavy. throughout the. nobles to go to the scene as for the tight control of the century there in the live and the fist fighting is continuing. here both sides we're told of violating the
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peace plan we fully the u.n. observers into it all the way through homes and hama areas monist is that based on there is that is seen some of the destructive fighting as we passed through homes we have a brief an emotional conversation with the residents. when safety. people are still fighting. that is he tries hard not to show perfectly encapsulate the level of devastation that has been wreaked on people's lives here throughout the course of the conflict it's on to have on a stretch of road this name for being extremely dangerous it's a journey that would have been near impossible without the u.n. presence and with the volatile situation criminal gangs thought to operate in this
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area. we find it live under siege like conditions a quiet and intimidated city i don't know since a year and a half ago no one knows what's happening we go to sleep and wake up with fear some say the government and other states armed groups we don't know who's doing that last we get a chance to me to the governor and ask him about the situation here. even if there is a little unrest in some areas or in a few spots it's due to people who are breaking the law. checkpoint of the checkpoint then we enter into an area outside of government control and it's a unique chance to see the u.n. monitors in action almost a month into the peace plan and humanity is making small steps on the ground it is going to be a slow process. throughout the course of the conflict it's been hard to come to some of the areas where the fifth is fightings happening and get a gauge of exactly what the situation is on the ground the u.n. observers traveling to some of these areas have given them access to what we see is
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a frightened population and the city symbol is the. symbol of peace right now a city civil service. and coming up later this hour locked in dad log greek political parties in talks still struggling to form a government as fears mount the country is closer to leaving the euro than ever with chaotic consequences. was and raft of new laws and rules for the olympic games in london are leading to accusations of a police state stay tuned to find out why the hardline regulations are drumming up discontent. russian business victor boy slammed the american justice system after being convicted of arms trafficking in the u.s. he compared it to mean devil style inquisition in an exclusive interview with r.t. the first one has given to an english language shall since his extradition from
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thailand he is now preparing to be santa maximum security prison to serve his twenty five year term against the recommendations of the judge in his trial dubbed the alcatraz of the rockies supermax jail houses of america's most dangerous criminals the russians lawyer has filed a motion asking for the decision to be stalled. is still in new york prison where he spoke with. tells us more. this was victor boots first interview to an english language t.v. news outlet not only since his sentencing but also since his extradition and speaking in one in six languages he's fluent in english he seemed quite candid generally we know that victor boot is quite positive considering the circumstances with personally seen him winking at his wife inside the courtroom today too he was quite calm and really shared his personal take on his case and kind of crown.
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were you know. through the. trial. where you know your mom accepted. as if you were. markers actually showing them to completion of american justice and. american comic relief and nonfunctional dictatorship of course his case has been like a hollywood blockbuster which of blood is a russian air cargo business man in his forty's he's been dubbed the merchant of death in the united states the u.s. has spent years and tens of millions of dollars in an operation to hunt this man down of course we know that u.s. agents posing as far as members met with victor boot and then arrested him in thailand in two thousand and eight two years later regardless of the fact that thai courts found him not guilty twice in what was called arm twisting by the united states victor boot was extradited into u.s.
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territory to face charges of international arms trafficking victim but himself has always maintained his innocence and believes his case to be political theaetetus also asked him if he has a message for the president of the united states as well as a u.s. official in general who are behind the operation in luring and victor boot. which will use. these products. drug enforcement. they were going to grammar crime. not only don't help america. fall of the problem of the drug war and you were convicted of going to the real problem for the real problem but just inventing the crime for a group no danger for her to go through from voting. for a walk through the governor was a good trick the inference that people for the record before the real problem now get to boot is appealing his twenty five year sentence behind bars and says he
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continues to keep on fighting until he gets a chance to return back home to russia we know that he has filed an official request for the russian state duma to file a complaint against the united states and thailand victor boot himself says because he knows he's innocent he's hoping that he will not end up serving the entire twenty five years that he's been sentenced to but whether or not that's going to be the case we're going to have to wait and see. as you can reporting there now you can catch the full interview victor borge has given us this sunday here on r.t. . days after the deadly suhoor super jet crash in indonesia the first rescue team are
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expected to shortly reach the site of the wreckage and remote mountains no survivors have been found yet but as artie's previously to reports some relatives are still holding out desperate hope. chaos at jakarta's domestic airport where hundreds gathered after russian superjet sukhoi one hundred went missing from radars on wednesday early thursday their worst fears were realized as air force helicopters found the remains of the plane on a mountainside thirty miles outside indonesia's capital city. ever since the plane disappeared off the radar members of the media and family members of those who were on the plane have been gathering here at the crisis center hoping for any word as to what could have happened to their loved ones and what caused the plane to go down. did the mad has been at the airport since he found out that his wife was on board the missing plane she has been a flight attendant for twenty years and didn't think it was necessary to tell her
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husband about the quick thirty minute demo so. she didn't tell me she was going on the plane no idea. the super jet was performing that demonstration for airline executives and potential buyers as part of an asian tore a plane billed as state of the art with cutting edge technology the multibillion dollar project involved investors from around the world and tuesday's flight was expected to show the super rich in all its glory no one including blogger sergei doli who has been following the super jet during the tour could have predicted this outcome and we can believe this is. one of the best for this in russia so we can believe in the thing. to plead with the political for the believe that most aviation experts believe that the treacherous terrain and poor visibility probably contributed to the plane going down on wednesday details that offer devastated relatives little comfort i'm wishing for
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a miracle to happen to you good news about watching the news means good news i still have hope to find my wife. preassure either our teach a car to indonesia. while find a timeline of the tragedy on our website our team dot com and we have plenty more on the story online. putting these point and photos of the crew and others who were on board just before takeoff when the sas first of all less than an hour afterwards or more are long gone to arcs you doctor. plus when all charges filed against members of the russian security forces were reportedly being a pregnant woman during an opposition rally in moscow.
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welcome back you're watching r.t. the eurozone could deal with a greek exit according to the german finance minister as greece struggles to form a government new elections may be needed if political parties fail to agree on a coalition following sunday's inconclusive poll political turmoil is already threatening the country's bailout agreement with the e.u. and the international monetary fund euro zone governments have held back part of the scheduled financing with greece receiving one billion euro last them plant the country set to run out of cash in june catalyst michel bras things the eurozone needs to split to one of the damage of the crisis. what we see is
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a programmed crisis it's very sad to see things developing but it was more planned within the your because different countries like greece and germany are not fitting into one currency and it is a end of the day you will have this is what we have no. violence on the street. it is not possible to real. everybody knows this is the whole problem that we have in the eurozone cannot by risk. cannot be solved anywhere it can only be solved by a break up of the rule that means to germany pulled salt and the rest of the countries in the. value to their money. again competitive against the world then they can bridge. the greek political deadlock and the storm in its causing in the eurozone is up for debate and peter lavelle's
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cross-talk the full program is coming up later today. is anybody seriously suggesting that greece outside the eurozone would. look at the moment. the value of the drachma before. the euro or arguing my view on a number of occasions the problems that probably have remained in place if you haven't done really a teenager who's really lazy and doesn't do anything and is draining your bank account what do you do you kick him out of the house and generally get his act together so that's the same kind of approach it could be taken to greece and i think they without this this safety net that the eurozone provides they might actually get around to realizing oh my goodness we have an issue here and we can't just elect experiments we can't just screw around we have to actually get our act together and do something productive. as london prepares for the olympics bureaucrats and lawmakers have been busy too in
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acting a range of rules and regulations draconian measures are already slipping some people from the continent while a number of residents have been banned from the games simply because they've objected to the construction of olympic facilities near their homes are just laura smith explains. the olympic torch is lit and on its journey to london accompanying it fear uncertainty and code red level security impinging on the lives of people from london to las vegas that's where tim kaine lives he's supposed to be in the u.k. training martial arts enthusiastic but as he was boarding his flight he discovered the home office had excluded him from the country on the grounds that his self-defense course might incite vigilanteism being that i have a fifteen year history of coming to the u.k. training thousands of people from the u.k. and also european clients coming into london and had no incidents whatsoever in and
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the rhetoric that's being used is absolutely inconsistent with what i teach it's a level of paranoia that increases the closer the olympics gets but london a simon mall won't get anywhere near the games he protested the building of basketball courts on a green space near the olympics and was slapped with a control order that forbids him from going near the olympics or any other celebration taking place this summer he faces five years in prison if he disobeys these that legislation is being used to prevent. lawful and understandable protest to aspects of the games which are undemocratic or unpopular . furthermore these are just this legislation won't prevent people from disrupting the games the wall it will do is it will give the ability of the authorities to to punish people more severely i think it's insane i think that it shows the
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prevailing state of consciousness in governments and on the world which is one of the ultimately we're in control luckily for simon he doesn't. live near the stadium but tight anyone who does this building's less than a kilometer from the live picture park the plan is to station a battery of high velocity missiles on the roof of this block of flats for two months over the olympics a proposal that's already triggered an explosive reaction resident brian whelan learned of the plans from a leaflet pushed through his door late one night some people are worried about the effect the property values some people think it may be building a target for terrorists some people think that it's discipline as it is not secure enough so people don't want to be turned into some sort of military base where they really affect the quality of life. my big argument is. nobody consulted
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on the mit never spoke to us the two thousand and twelve games have spawned a level of security that's unprecedented seen by many as overwhelming and repressive the question many british people are asking is if it's like this already what's it going to be like when the lympics circus finally rolls into town north smith london. so take a look at some other stories from around the world and they had a soldier has been shot down in afghanistan by a man disguised an army uniform the incident in the east of the country follows an attack on a local government office yesterday were an armed group also disguised as afghan army troops killed five people the taliban has said it carried out both assaults similar recent attacks have intensified mistrust between u.s. led forces and their agone partners with western forces due to leave in two years time. clashes have continued in believed for
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a second day running as medical students battled riot police in the nation's capital apos protesters threw rocks and firecrackers at officers fired tear gas and rubber bullets one of the country's largest unions called for three days of demonstrations after rejecting a salary increase offered by. the governor joined doctors and workers of public hospitals who are protesting at an increased working hours and cutbacks. the front runners for egypt's top job have gone head to head in the country's first presidential debate are also former foreign minister under hosni mubarak and. fatah a moderate islamist challenge each other about religion throw in democracy the televised debate lasted for hours with supporters of both candidates watching closely outdoor cafes around cairo the two are among thirteen candidates running in the election due to begin on may twenty third. claims that iraq had weapons of mass
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destruction led to the u.s. invasion in two thousand and three later today on r.t. our special report covered the war on iraq shows how bogus assertions were used to start a full scale conflict with catastrophic consequences here's a preview. the people of the united states and their friends and allies will not live at the mercy of an outlaw regime that threatens the peace with weapons of mass market is regime as an active program to acquire and develop nuclear weapons and let there be no doubt about we know for a fact that there are let there. this were just being carried out into the direction of dr david kay respected scientist and former u.n. inspector was leading the weapons search in iraq we are determined to take this apart we have a tremendous a group of dedicated american men and women involved in this with the best assets of the intelligence community can provide. data cheney is not going to be done with
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this for quite some time david kay wants more time and he says it could take another six to nine months to make a definitive finding ministration is asking congress for hundreds of millions more six hundred million dollars to fund a continuing search have not yet shiny pointy things that i would call a weapon before we can draw from conclusions we need to let the iraq survey group complete its work. we were all wrong probably in my judgment. and that is most disturbing. sometimes the true patriots takes the unpopular course but helps the country and for the stakes and even if they come this way at least patriotism is the last refuge of scoundrels and i think these are scoundrels they have no argument now they have no defense for what they did the country is in a terrible international security situation that i think is perilous so they're
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attacking the patriotism of others. be all right a special report is coming our way and a few moments from now before they have across the businesses to check out what's happening and the turbulence. world of business marina's gone the latest as always well earlier you just painted mixed picture so how have things changed. basically we're seeing markets slowly making a huge cern when it comes. out in the second because we saw a nosedive in previous hours but when it comes to you were actually seen the dax as negative territory if we take a look at the latest figures there we can see that x. is flat and that's really even though i can see it behind me on the screen it's. negative. we're pretty much sure that it's going to escape negative territory for now when it comes to the footsie it's heading there slowly again but we have a number of factors influencing investors there first of all we have down big data
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coming out from china then we have investors warry especially after reports as stacker and later loss from the u.s. biggest bank there are also in the second with more details and also we have space and there are reports that i will ask for more money and in fact the government there says it's. to clean up its banking system and one of the ways proposed is to force banks to set aside extra money to cover the cost of loans going bad and the figure would be ever around thirty nine billion dollars but some analysts doubt that the country can afford the amount of capital required and will eventually have to get outside help. when it comes to the russian markets as i mentioned earlier they nosedive this low is three percent and now we're seeing them make a comeback we are. just a little bit over two percent and the my sights a little bit over one and a half percent and besides the fact is that i'm said earlier if i can european
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markets for russians it's also lower crude prices which will show in the minute and also the fact that gas from has. been if it's a good look at the individual moves on the my six calls that. well this is something that happens regularly so we see the figures back off there now as opposed to the gas from setting over four percent when it comes to. yes i've said it over seven percent in this among the worst performance today and financials aren't doing that great either we have. won the about half percent they're now moving into the exchange rates the euro this hour and we can see it's against the dollar and the ruble of a mixed picture this hour it's a nuisance against the greenback gaining the euro now moving crude as i said quiet says are dropping and they're heading for their second weekly drop about some advise in the u.s. also on thursday we heard from opec the group of major oil exporting countries
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saying that they're producing almost ten percent more that is that's a serin this of course always sense prices are lower and that when it comes to u.s. markets are closed so we're seeing the picture all of thursday's performance of after the longest losing streak in nine months mostly was managed to make a comeback but when it comes to nasdaq the dolphins in negative territory after a sharp drop and cisco systems are staying with the u.s. as i mentioned earlier the biggest bank there j.p. morgan chase has rules in a staggering trade in losses the bank says that is due to complex investments made by its traders and that results and so the trading loss amounts into two billion dollars and after this announcement the shares fell six percent. more optimistic news for you this hour. all right i'm happy for that thanks very much indeed for the sub date and next year in our t.v. we're bringing you the special report the. on the real reasons behind the iraq
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invasion over nine years ago. and wrap up our top stories. wealthy british style.
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market why not. come to. find out what's really happening to the global economy with mike stronger for a no holds barred look at the global financial headlines tune in to conjure reports . you know sometimes you see a story and it seems so you think you understand it and then you glimpse something else you hear or see some other part of it and realize everything you thought you don't know i'm sorry welcome to the big picture.
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welcome back here with the r t here's a look at the top stories the un security council can damns deadly terrorist attacks near a military intelligence complex in the syrian capital damascus which kills fifty five syria's demanding measures against foreign powers supporting terrorism. and russian businessmen an arms dealer sentenced twenty five years behind bars in the us speaks to r t asking for terrorist to be sent to us supermax security prison holding some of america's most dangerous criminals that's against. their recommendation office trial judge who asked for a medium security confinement. and rescuers have found twelve bodies while babbling dreadful weather conditions and treacherous terrain to reach the scene of the sukhoi superjet crashed in indonesia near meters from the main disaster zone with the.


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