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nature looms over syria and a lot of member turkey claims the downing of its fighter jet by damascus was an attack against a big part of the log from the adjoining reflection from the syrian capital in just a few seconds. president putin towards the middle east and having already tackle issues on syria and iran is now pushing for dialogue between israelis and palestinians. in a crisis claims its fifth victim cyprus asked for a multi billion euro bailout to rescue its people banking said to finance its debts .
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around the world and around the clock this is our carriage allston. nato is set to decide what action to take against syria after turkey called for an urgent meeting of the alliance and chris says its allies should view friday's downing of its military jet but damascus as not to progression. has latest. nato officials will be gathering for an emergency meeting in brussels later on tuesday and that's off to turkey's request the country has invoked article four all the alliances chalta that allows in your words members to call for consultations if it feels that its territorial integrity will national security have been threats and the last time i want to call for it was invoked in two thousand and three shortly before the iraq invasion and back then again that was took his initiative this time took it has called for me taking full consultations off to its font a judge will show dawn by syria and again syria and turkey is insisting that it
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will show dollars while it was flying over the international rule to some fifteen miles away from the syrian coast it's also been saying that syria had been firing on another plane that's been in the area for rescue and search operations and we've been hearing strong words following these incidents from an karrar describing the hostile action as an act of aggression and western countries have also condemned syria for raising acceptable and this recall should be in korea syria's position remains a clear headed that was an act of self-defense and it's been behaving within the international law off to the plane did wiley to its airspace and it had no choice but dahlan it's off to these happened and experts to tuesday's meeting of the two members say that turkey may use this opportunity to try to persuade the allies his
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members to consider these incident as an attack against turkey and if this happens the reason a potential restart the alliance is members may invoke all tickle five as well that says that an attack against iran over nato members should be considered as an attack against the entire blog and in this case every day and age. the nato has the right to take measures we've been hearing from western countries that they're ready to do not. and of course in this case here is our main fears are that it will be. using armed forces it will be a ministry operation. for turkey claims it's down jet was unarmed was simply testing the country's radar system but the head of an independent syrian media outlets his own crew was probably spying on damascus. it could be we're just saying. we know. it was locked and it was actually.
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in that maximum range. there's only so what the words that i'm doing if i want is that we're from. our land our territorial water i don't think nato or any. issue for putting any more pressure on syria is something else that was doing perhaps the recording or trying on the syrian army's movement in that area because the. area will be this close to the syrian border and it was actually. some kind of. one. for this hour to interview the top syrian diplomat who defends the country's continued purchase of arms were brought. in as a nation currently under attack syria has the right to procure weapons that it can use to protect its sovereignty. so the countries that have been supplying the
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terrorists with weapons this is a proven fact and we have brought up time and again the united states and france and some of the gulf nations to be providing the militants with that one that which in turn contributes to escalating violence in syria we lose our troops every day to terrorist attacks and we knew civilians were killed by militants no reason simply because an insurgent is instructed to regular certain number of people in a specific area when armed rebels and intimidate show this man into shutting down the stalls this is presented as a government protesters and where is it is really submission are business owners afraid of their property getting down if they disobey. getting israel and palestine talking again is just one of the priorities for that during his visit to the middle east well next on the russian leaders agenda is a meeting with palestinian president. the conflict in syria and easing tensions
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over iran's nuclear interests have already come up which are in his region or top. has more. both leaders said that the talks had been frankenfood full and the most significant point made was the point made by the russian president calling on both israelis and palestinians to resume peace negotiations the israeli prime minister responded with this quote that it was complicated but simple and that word president putin pleas paulson that message when he meets with the palestinian president mahmoud abbas in the palestinian city of ramallah clinton also said that the two leaders had discussed syria and iran and he didn't go into more details in saying that the talks were fruitful now the israeli prime minister spoke about egypt he said that israel respects the democratic process that has been undergone in egypt and in that context was willing to deal with the new egyptian president mohamed morsi in the context of the nine hundred seventy nine israeli egyptian
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peace treaty certainly moscow has a role to play in dealing with issues in this region it is regarded by all the players as a positive contributor what we do understand is that president putin will put pressure on the israeli leadership not to attack iran and certainly this is in the context of his way to be leadership talking about striking turnaround because of its nuclear program at the same time moscow is unlikely to ask the israelis to hold back from interfering with what is happening in syria the violence unfolding there and on the palestinian issue we know that it is in the russian interest as well as in the israeli and palestinian interest for these stalled peace talks to resume. across the border from israel egypt's president today. will begin forming a new government after beating his rival in the presidential runoff however he still faces stand up for the country's military council in power since the ousting of former leader hosni mubarak before the vote took place last week the generals
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dissolved egypt's is misled parliament and placed limitations on presidential power jacob hornberger from the future of freedom. foundation says the changes in egypt will have a political strategists in washington scratching their heads. and i think washington is in a very difficult or curious position here for decades they've been supporting and partnering with this military dictatorship so it wasn't just a matter of the house to move barrett from power and that wasn't going to bring freedom or democracy to the egyptian people the problem has always been the dictatorship itself that type of government and washington has been one of the premier if not the premier supporter of this dictatorship and so now you've got a man coming into power into supported by many of the egyptian people that are saying the military is no longer going to be in charge here the civilians are going to be in charge words that leave washington does it support the democratic movement does it continue to support the military dictatorship which is refusing to
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subordinate itself to the civilian rule impossible to know where washington's going to go in this. coming up arundhati in just a couple of minutes we report on the rise of radical islam in germany why the government's attempts that to curb it spread having little impact. as the u.s. and minesweepers arrive in the persian gulf western nations fear iran will blow the region's a vital shipping route. more
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news today violence is once again flared up. these are the images the world has been seeing from the streets of canada. trying to corporations are only day. rush is going to be so much brighter than. moon about the sun from fans to impression. from the start on t.v. dot com. download the official anti application to your i phone or i
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pod touch from the apps to. life on the go. video on demand. build costs and already just feeds now with the palm of your. question on the dot com. cyprus has become the fifth year as a country to ask for financial help in the form of billions of euros to prop up its ailing economy the government there says it's a banking sector has been heavily exposed to the crisis in neighboring greece and cyprus plaza continue talks for a loan from outside the e.u. countries such as russia or china it follows on and portugal greece and spain one of which have sort presidential rescues from brussels but earlier spain saw twenty eight of its banks downgraded by ratings agency moody's. asked for
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a note about two hundred billion euros crisis for searching to do says the eurozone is trapped in the vicious circle. we see now is that this this crisis reached sort of a tipping point especially in the case of cyprus in spain where would you call a missed call the do loop sort of the mutual dependence of banks and states and one another is reached the point where the state is no longer capable to prop up its own banks and the banks are no longer capable to prop up the one government so. basically what needs to happen is that external forces need to come in to this real government so that it can continue putting out its own banks there's an ironic situation one hundred billion is not enough for the spanish banks still probably need a lot more and i think within a year will see another european bailout for the spanish banks coming along and at the same time these bank bailouts for the for the spanish banking system will be passed through. the spanish government and this means that it will add up to the sovereign debt of spain and as
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a result will make it more difficult for spain to repay its debts in the long term this one hundred billion euros that's being piled onto into the spanish banking system right now up to fifteen percent. in debt for spain and this is the real thing that we should be looking at because this will this will actually make it more likely that spain needs. in the near future. some of the international headlines for you and i think people have been killed in two separate blasts in iraq the first bomb exploded outside a store northeast of baghdad killing five people injuring three six others were killed after another bomb exploded in a minibus which was carrying a group of football players in the town of more than one hundred forty people in iraq have died this month alone and attacks targeting many shia pilgrims and shrines. police in bolivia have clashed with government supporters in the city of la the officers on strike or even though they were met by advocates of morality
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after marching to the city's main square police used tear gas to drive back the pro-government groups the country's leader has accused offices of setting the stage for a coup claiming that their motives are political. three policemen have been killed during a shootout at mexico city's international airport the gunmen were suspected drug traffickers and opened fire as offices closed in the airport is often used to move narcotics money and illegal migrants only fifty thousand people have died in drug related violence since two thousand and six and the country's president announced plans to deploy troops to combat cartels. for u.s. minesweepers have arrived in the persian gulf the ships the shuttle for a seven month deployment in an area of operations and includes the red sea and parts of the indian ocean the u.s. navy claims the mission will ensure the safety of the region's shipping routes comes as new rainy and chief says it tehran might try to block the strait of hormuz
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to defend the country's interests western countries fear that it may be closed if iran is prevented from exporting oil when western sanctions are tightened on the first and you know i released expert any risk says the u.s. is simply trying to satisfy israel. i'm not sure that iran will go ahead with this idea if things remain as they are right now however if we see you some sanctions increased or for more thorough harsher sanctions then yes iran might resort to other tricks that might have up at slieve including taking some measures in the strait of hormuz but i think that you could also look at this from another angle president obama has been accused by birth these really isn't by republicans of being too soft on iran and recent. gly a number of senators even sent a letter to obama urging him to make the military option appear more credible it might also be related to some internal factors inside the u.s.
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and also related to american genuine american fears that israel might go ahead and launch unilateral strikes or by i think by taking this step as well the american administration might be trying to satisfy israel and keep israel reassured that it's taking up this situation it's in control and it would allow iran to go to go too far and then in addition to the fact that it is also presenting a credible military option increase things good don't go too well. and that we have more stories and videos waiting few to view at our web site r.t. dot com including a lift load of. response to a call to fix a broken elevator walks away with twenty nine gold bars worth more than seventy five thousand dollars. all of a german of warship turns hazardous toxic vapors are found on board forcing engineers to wear gas masks. but germany is cracking down on radical
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islam the police raided scores of salafist homes across the country this month of the government claim the muslim group has links to al qaeda so things have been the focus of police investigations in the country since a terrorist shooting at frankfurt airport last year. has this report from the german capital. to the casual passers by these are just ordinary young muslims who want to be understood by the neighbors but if you can't distribute the bible why should you be able to distribute the qur'an these young men are countrymen and they want to share what they believe in what's wrong with that but when you look closer desperately not just what they believe in but what they insist is their one and only truth worth believing this sign read the meaning of the qur'an in german and the man is a laugh ace at hearings of an ultra conservative branch of islam infamous for their
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righteousness and intolerance of infidels. and a bunch of people control other people in the west it's called democracy to me there's only one. judgement but how do you know what the most towards. distributing today according to german domestic intelligence report. is the fastest growing islamic movement in the world is preaching ever literally interpretation of the qur'an to the point of gauging someone supplied by the shape of his beard or by the line of of her burka since it's a mainstream islam has the same problem was a salafist like those non muslims because. in some. situations they did accept muslims for years the german government guided by political correctness watched as the domestic salafi community grew in size given the fact that some of the nine eleven perpetrators used to belong to humber mosque
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didn't prompt much action but this month after a series of police raids the german government moved to ban a number of salafi groups whose ideology was recognized as incompatible with democratic values hard core fundamentalist mainstream muslims i just us and tell us christians jews atheists. in this berlin mosque. the leave to him about the last to the corpse. it is time to sprout of this whole because it's neat sponsor saudi arabia to me foreign policy pals it's not only germany that's concerned about the spread of cultural radical islam a few years ago france outlawed the full face veil norway has also banned saudi funded mosques but as western countries are increasingly taking a stance against radical islam their foreign policy goal but seems to promoted salafi and related what had the movements as seeing
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a major resurgence across the middle east especially in countries affected by the arab spring in the wake of the arab spring we've seen a growth in radical islamist power increasing in its influence there is an overall agenda that is taking hold in the middle east and a lot of this is due to the involvement of washington and london in particular the intelligence agencies in the west have been seeding backing radical islamist groups there are ties and links historically to al qaida and also the saudi arabian ruling regime and washington have worked together. for a long time while giuliani's far less vocal on the need for regime change in syria than it was in libya as an aging member is still in favor of and forcing so-called democratic changes even they've those changes are likely to empower groups that are
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now banned in germany itself excellent way to artsy berlin. but leading us figures. to accept the genus elanders political asylum request and that's a song by michael moore with a stone in chomsky among others has been delivered to the country's london embassy . has been seeking refuge since last week and in fact chomsky joins us on the latest edition of his show we had r.t. together with military historian tariq ali and you can watch that discussion at eleven thirty g.m.t. . now moving over to the middle east the deep concern in the united states and the other traditional imperial powers britain france particularly concern is that now they may the middle east may get out of control and that syria's much more serious than south america so i agree that's why they invaded libya and i have no doubt about it was to reestablish the crew. i agree but i think
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it's all over so for example if you take a look at what's happened in the arab spring the countries that are crucial to western imperial power the oil producers they have been under a very tough. in saudi arabia kuwait. the major oil producing regions it never got off the ground the intimidation of the security forces back to the west was so enormous that people were literally afraid to go into the streets and the west mainly france and as you noted states and britain and egypt are following a very traditional pattern there's a playbook that you pursue you gives you a kind of a game plan when some favored dictators lose the capacity to rule. but set a was that business desk now enjoying a touch of the. equity markets recovering from monday's losses that indeed they
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actually are they are looking quite a bit and they're europe and in russia but let's look at the actual numbers they tell the story first over to europe where the footsie and the dax are trading in the positive territory and that's after losing one and two percent respectively on monday now moving on to russia here in moscow the bourses are also in the positive actually fit let's see the numbers there. and day here we have russia and as you can see the r.t.s. of them. it is gaining one of the half percent the my sex is trying to capture it's almost one percent at the moment and over an asia. the bourses are mixed and the nikkei closed with a loss as you can see more than three quarters of a percent while a very volatile trade in hong kong is still allowing the hang sang to hold on to
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sell of its games in the last hours of trade and on to the currency market at the moment the ruble is gaining too both the euro and the dollar and the e.u. the euro dollar pair remains pretty much a swat and now onto crude is recovering some ground but it's still trading near eighteen months old those south korea is going to hold imports of a rainy of oil starting on july the first and that's after the e.u. imposed a ban on ensuring tankers carrying the crude meanwhile a low oil prices are making life pretty difficult for a russian oil company's business artie's spoke with a russian oil producer bosch neff to about how the company is coping with the situation. you know most of the crude price of ninety five dollars a barrel or keep benchmark but you see what's going on in the markets google ready
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trouble this level just as the government has its own anti crisis foreign powers we've got our own measures first of all these include avoiding long term investments and real quick meal programs going to be to you. that's all latest from us here at the business desk i'll see you back here in about fifteen minutes. it's actually thank you as always. and stay with us for the headlines coming up in just a couple minutes.
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