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turkey admits it is a possible. syrian airspace. to respond while damascus says it was following established international law. awaits the delayed results of the presidential runoff tens of thousands remain in square to protest against the ruling military. and. future. home discuss the whistleblowers. live on the internet and on t.v.
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of course. thomas let's get right to your top stories turkey has admitted jet shot down by syria on friday may have violated syrian airspace. though to take necessary action against its southern neighbor while damascus says it acted within the boundaries of international law our correspondent is following developments in syria. turkish president has tried to justify the potential crossing of the syrian border by turkish fighter jets by saying that it's a routine for warplanes flying as a such high speed to cross front here from time to time for short distances since the beginning syrian military officials have been saying that the plane deeds and to the syrian air space and deed violate didn't break the border regulations and they had no choice but to act according to international law and ico in the turkish president they've also been stressing that they did the plane has been flying at high speed but also at a very low alter today and this is the case they say when the plane tries to avoid
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a defense system the turkish side is also not reporting the rescue and search operation is now in to go in in the area in cooperation with the syrian side and of course the investigation continues but took each president has been equal in turkish prime minister who before that turkey's ready to take all necessary measures designs of the while the details emerge this news has come a time of the crease the violence here in syria and of course the incident with need to country remember fighter jet short here in syria could provoke even further escalation and many analysts say that nato could get involved turkey has been involved in this crisis in syria they've been many reports about the rebels stationed in turkey the rebels training in turkey and what happens and ammunitions being smuggled through the turkish syrian border and just recently we've been
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hearing about cia offices based in the southern part of the country not far from the syrian border coordinating a weapons delivery to the rebels inside syria so all that is is very dangerous that the questions as remains open how far turkey is ready to go to topple the regime and president bashar al assad someone they've been. criticizing and they've been condemning for bloody crackdown against his people for for a long time now. syrian activist and a blogger mimi alla harmless says turkey has been a fueling the conflict from the beginning while the only way to pieces to allow time for reforms to take a fact either one how you look at a supporter of the government i were i am definitely against these formally and it used trying to create a war in my community so this entity in favor of the streams of
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military interests and there is an industry needs in insights to learn i just love me it's not a case of being poor gives the government it's a case of defining syria you will know it is what is clearly a corollary needful to he didn't even speak for the last fifteen months we have seemed to acting against syria in very very aggressive waves of funding terrorists within the turkish border one time only and crimean superior in training and perkins and soon people have been fired frustrated enough to know i was not actually up today against turkey we firmly want to see peace from stalling our country. understands rental initiating the only way to see this happen is for reforms to be allowed peacefully without.
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countries like the us qatar saudi arabia are sending money to these insurgents and basically foreign mercenaries such as libyans and some get used to create destruction and chaos in our country. international peace envoy kofi annan insists iran should be involved in efforts to end the escalating violence in syria but the u.s. and its european allies have objected to tehran's participation in the international conference on the syrian crisis and says it's time to put differences aside and focus on pushing the peace process forward. reports. in exactly one month the u.n. supervision mission in syria will expire and at this point the international community is attempting to exhaust all options one of those options according to joint special envoy kofi annan is to form a contact group meeting one that take place as soon as june thirtieth in geneva
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joint special envoy kofi annan says that in that contact group it would be a meeting of the permanent members of the security council members of the european union and also countries that have a direct influence on the opposition group in syria as well as the syrian government mr kofi annan says that he has made it clear that he believes that iran should be part of that contact group now the u.s. and its western allies were very much against sitting down at the table would be wrong or having the wrong play a role in solving the crisis in syria but mr non it's comments are come as there are fresh reports about the slaughter of some twenty five men near the northern city of aleppo in syria from what has been described and by accounts from the opposition and syrian state media there rebels in syria were
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responsible for this ambush what is quite clear is that the massacres in cities throughout syria are getting bolder with signs of immense brutality the violence officials have been warning is is getting to was very dire point. tens of thousands of egyptians have again filled tahrir square to protest against the military which is accused of trying to hold on to power the results of the presidential runoff will be announced on sunday four days later than expected meanwhile the standoff between the ruling generals and the muslim brotherhood continues with many fearing the military could use the delay to alter the outcome or to spotlessly or reports from cairo. as you can hear tensions are soaring here in town here sway away tens of thousands of people have turned out to demonstrate on saturday night they're chanting for the army to step down and indeed as they have been chanting for the past few days they calling for the muslim brotherhood
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candidate dr mohamed morsi to be named egypt's makes president there were also chanting things like we are strong and that we are preparing for war finds an ominous threat that comes as the electoral commission says that it will and mounds the official results of last weekend's presidential polls on sunday three pm local time but there is confusion over this because we're hearing from other electoral commission officials that it has not yet been determined when these results in fact will be announced now as you can hear this growing anger in tapir square and this is because many of the people here who are muslim brotherhood supporters are cautious of the fact that they think the electoral commission is delaying and nonsingular salts because the army is trying to organize that its candidate after much traffic remained egypt's makes president and there are growing concerns that if indeed shafiq is announced they will be violence here in egypt the military is worried about those they have warned of potential violence they have warned political leaders on both sides to put
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a lid on growing on waste but they've also said that despite these protests and despite the growing anger they're not going to back down from we sent a constitutional and traditional changes that they made now author and journalist hugh miles who is in cairo as well says the announcement of the election results won't quell the tension but could even stir things up further. egypt is a very divided society and it's not going to be a satisfactory outcome whatever who ever is nine president the other side is going to be. fighting the clad victory. very unstable moment sorry cold transition. a number of. dramatic possibility. that that could be. the toppers glad that could be a revolution again could be a revolution spreading to the military which is the the worst case scenario for the military rulers in this country the ministry of mr errington the power of the
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president. whoever the president he's going to be the weakest president in egypt history. and coming up in the program the big match for big drinkers. as the euro two thousand and twelve football championship gathers fans to cheer on their teams medics in the u.k. are ready to mop up after the match plus. means more money or less money for. yet because we have all the stuff does more money mean a happier life the resident asks people in new york how fat a paycheck they need to be settled.
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question on the. and it welcome back you are with our take julian assange fate remains in limbo as ecuador weighs in whether to grant him political asylum the latin american country has recalled its ambassador to britain for consultation authorities in the u.k. say they will arrest a songe for breach of bail the moment he steps out of the ecuadorian embassy where he has been since tuesday there was a blower has previously spent eighteen months under house arrest. is in ecuador's capital quito and has been looking into his asylum chances. all along the sun has been claiming that his case was politically motivated denying sex crime allegations for which he's wanted for questioning in sweden and it's exactly those claims of political nature of the case that are being parley looked into here in ecuador where there is still no sign that of the season is on the way now president rafael correa says ecuadorian authorities are assessing if there's a real threat to
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a songes life the latin american leader has stressed that ecuador rejected the penalty so if he finds there are strong grounds to songes fears of being ultimately extradited to the united states he might decide the whistleblower needs protection if you are pretty you know in war we have to see if there's any death threats against julian assange we have to analyze his reasons for requesting asylum if he's had due process here in ecuador is a country that rejects persecution for ideological motives regulars' the sergeant lost his extradition appeal to the u.k. supreme court either we could accept it there is ultimately handed over to sweden his likely to be detained immediately that's what assad said himself in his first public comments since he took refugee in the ecuadorian embassy on tuesday after having spent eighteen months under house arrest without charge the weekly excited or added it's not looming extradition to sweden that worries him the most but his possible removal to the united states where he claims he is the subject of grand jury proceedings he also said that the u.k.
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and sweden deliberately slowed down his case to allow the u.s. time to drop charges against him for leaking hundreds of thousands of secret u.s. documents while ecuador might hope to be seen as a defender of this event ideas by accepting the world's number one whistleblower as a political refugee it could be made to suffer for its actions for example it's been suggested that ecuador is straight with united states and consequently thousands of jobs my suffer immensely in the latin american countries shelters are signs obviously there's a lot more to this than meets the eye we have to wait and see how these seemingly never ending saga plays out. swedish writer oscar schwartz says it is not fear of prosecution stockholm that pushed him to take the drastic step of seeking political asylum. this week issue is that he's afraid of getting a convicted for sex crimes i think that's much too simplistic even if he would be
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convicted in sweden and he would be immediately released because he has been a serving so much time in england so basically after he comes here it might be a couple of weeks in imprisonment and then prosecution maybe. the after that he will be released and then what happens then well sweden has a record of being very subservient to the u.s. when they want people or they want crackdowns and certain things in sweden and so on so that is the reason for him being scared of getting to sweden. and of course we always welcome your opinion on the stories we cover today at our website we're asking what you think the future holds for julian assange. and here is where your views stand at the moment the majority of you over a third believe assad will safely get to ecuador and run with the leaks from there just under a third however think the whistleblower will have to spend the rest of his life on
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the run a little less about a quarter reckon a songs will be handed over to the u.s. and be sent to guantanamo bay and the finally ten percent say he will spend years in the ecuadorian embassy in london let us know what you think at r.t. dot com. and while the euro two thousand and twelve football championship is approaching its finals fans are becoming more excited and more drunk this sunday seizing glinda playing its quarterfinal match and with the country's pub set to be packed emergency services are on standby for a surge in those who might be needing a little bit of extra help sobering up reports. it is sleep. and the days that tickets they'll be in a better place to catch the game then down the lake a pub watching football in the pub can be absolutely fantastic it's a great big communal shared experience and i've saved many great games in big pubs
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hundreds of people there's not been announced trouble just a fantastic atmosphere and if you can't be there a lot of people feel it's the kind of the next best thing so many things like the knights we were always that danger it could turn ugly but when it's raw it is a wonderful way to watch football coming at pine bluff watching the game is part of english drinking culture and thousands of books in london spas and cards one of the matches on. the football game or no we're always there responsible going to see a party tricks like us if you're so into the game it's a. different music. but the stats say something very different is a big problem for us and over all we've lost over five six years we've seen a massive increase in alcohol and when we move around sixty five. incidents every year the london ambulance service operates these these buses to ferry drunks who are a burden on the regular service the alcohol recovery centers normally dispatched on
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a friday and saturday nights extra services and now being provided in binge drink person big football games complete especially busy. for the euro. every home. and foul behavior from drunken english football fans can be more than a little off. for what's equivalent of. every shift before we go out. because what happens is. most people in the trunk. so. that by providing the service at more cost to the taxpayer is the british government scoring a goal by catering for the problem rather than tackling it head on and england's better than expected performance has meant more people out drinking and being a weekend time to get drunk because of the later kick off when you take sport and
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alcohol and you put them together generally speaking you'll find it doesn't matter whether your team's winning or losing in general people will use that as an excuse to drink and so our advice is to keep an eye on how much you're drinking. tournament not just going but actually let's remember that the tournament lasts for three weeks so if you're drinking a lot each game actually i've got three week period you're living might have taken a bit of a battering with p.z. fans letting the side down by being such a burden to the health service many feel it's high time. we've got the world covered for you at r.t. dot com here's a little taste of what's online for you right now. might there be such a thing as. a political party is trying to legalize the online attacks just so long as you warn your targets before you strike.
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comes true finally bears roaming the red square but this time it's just part of the green peace is save the arctic campaign. now to some of the stories making headlines around the world for you the. riot police in the rain have cleared away protesters with tear gas and rubber bullets injuring several opposition leaders have not commented on the tactics used by officers. to prevent the organization from protesting in the suburbs of the capital mama the uprising in bahrain has gone on for sixteen months with its shia majority rallying against western backed for a larger role in the government. protesters have clashed with police in israel
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where at least six thousand people took to the streets of tel aviv to protest against police brutality twenty have been reportedly arrested according to local media the rally turned violent when activists tried to push through police lines blocking streets and smashing windows the rally was held after another demonstration against social injustice which saw all twelve. detained. a day after mexican authorities made what they thought was one of the most important drug arrests in years they've admitted it was a case of mistaken identity officers showed off their high profile capture on thursday the man was thought to be the son of mexico's most wanted drug lord hakim el chapo guzman however the man in the red shirt turned out to be a car salesman guzman has been in hiding since he escaped from prison in two thousand and one. heads of germany france italy and spain have agreed on
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a one hundred thirty billion euro package to revive growth in the hope of kickstarting the euro zone's recovery they met in rome ahead of next week's crucial e.u. summit leaders of euros at big four hoped to create a united front that could force a consensus in the union italy's prime minister mario monti warned that if the summit fails sovereign up borrowing costs in europe will continue to rise and weaker economies will face increased pressure the euro to stay in the meeting in rome it came as moody's rating agency downgrades fifteen of the world's biggest banks in america and europe later in the day you can watch max kaiser and stacy herbert sparing no feelings while giving us their opinion of the banks here's a brief idea of what you can expect. in banking circles it's called a ponzi scheme in nature we call it cancer cancer is a it invades the body it's a you know it starts to eat the body it is evermore the body to support itself the crowds out all the functioning aspects of the body and it kills the body kills the host same thing with these bankers around the world they're
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a cancer and they're pushing our legitimate businesses and the result will be a cancer ridden economic corpse from which a new economy must be born. now that eternal question what is the price of happiness within the global economy in turmoil it seems that for many of us financial security is the number one priority right from the heart of the big apple the resident tries to find out now just how much money people very need to be happy. how much of an annual salary would make you feel think that's this week let's talk about that thirty five mm hm. a euro per year that would be enough for you i think it would be good seventy five thousand here on a grand hundred grand. forty thousand dollars some preserve the fun really serves
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five with forty thousand dollars around a bit a hundred fifty thousand per couple that would make you feel like that's what i would say probably. two hundred thousand dollars that's a lot but yeah why do people want so much money can it in the united states we think about its consumption but everyone knows that the things that you own own you and that the simple life can make you happy why does no one subscribe to that it's just philosophical it's what we grew up with it's what we were trained with it's what we believe do you think the answer varies from country to country in terms of success or i'm sure does so what do you think on the scale americans fit and. do we need more money or less money more. yet because we have all the stuff especially in america a money is everything america is the money we like to live in because we.
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can live well you know schoolteachers to definitely earn more banks why do you think that schoolteachers earn so much less than people who don't necessarily add as much value as you do i think it's because we're just good natured and we are caring and we don't we're not in it for the money sound yeah so those kinds of jobs are going to get paid less because you're not greedy as much money as i need. to live healthy and with my family. and us to be lucky i think that's that's all i don't need that much money no more than that no more than that do you think if you made more than matt you'd be happier that's though i think you spend what you make so no matter what. go spend what you make yes so if you make eighty thousand dollars you're going to spend more i'm going to spend more and i'm getting a bigger house and a bigger boat and everything else to go with it we don't need that that. yes
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a few of the top the bottom line is your annual salary might increase but that doesn't mean your happiness will necessarily increase with it. that wraps up this hour we're back with a recap of the top stories in just a couple moments that don't go away watch martin.
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good news sigrid laboratory to mccurry was able to build a news most sophisticated robot which on fortunately doesn't give a darn about anything tunes mission to teach creation why it should care about humans and worry that this is why you should care what you're only on the r.-g. dot com. today children play war in the old case me. nine hundred forty one these walls were the first barrier for the nazi troops on their way to moscow and. funders and restless were dying one by one under siege the salt. water. in the last shelter an unnamed soldier left
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