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it was and. was. raging roles in libya and egypt still have u.s. diplomatic missions killing one and injuring another but if you are so made films said to insults the prophet muhammad. also the sound they laugh but it expresses a german court has said to rule whether funneling money to aiding neighbors in is illegal while the euro zone struggles to break free of the bushes that cycle. and washington denies there's a rift with is row over iran's nuclear ambitions despite claims that president obama rejected a meeting with prime minister netanyahu. international
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news and comments live from moscow this is all she was me thanks for joining us american diplomatic missions in libya and egypt have been attacked by angry mobs over a u.s. made film said to insults the prophet mohammad that sold in the libyan city have been gaza left one you are stuffed member killed and another injured also has marina. are you to film attacking the prophet mohamed triggered protests against u.s. missions in cairo and then ghazi in libya a u.s. official was killed and another was injured after an arm mob set fire to the u.s. consulate after storming it now three injured members of libya's armed forces were reportedly taken away in an ambulance and the majority of the u.s.
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building was reportedly destroyed now earlier on tuesday hundreds of egypt sions marched to the u.s. embassy in cairo to protest this film many demonstrators were seen scaling the walls to take down the american flag and replace it with a black flag bearing the inscription that means to protest this is the first time ever that the u.s. embassy in egypt has been attacked or breached now this the film that reportedly triggered this uprising against u.s. diplomatic missions was reportedly produced by an anti muslim group based in the united states to the prophet mohammad as a fraud and shows him having sex and calling for massacres reporting from new york r.t. parts revolutionary and egypt will only see
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a further rise in extremism and instability in the me an assistant professor of middle east and islamic point takes at the university of denver. people like this i think are looking for a reaction they're looking for precisely what we saw today in cairo and in being gassy they deeply are trying to promote a clash of civilizations and think americans are going to have to get used to the fact that as societies open up you're going to see protests such as the spike stream is the elements it's not just liberals and democrats and seculars seculars who have the right to protest but so do you know members of extreme fundamentalist groups they also have that right to challenge you to keep them within the framework of the law and to prevent them from creating instability overturning and overthrowing egypt's so a democratic transition there is fear that we're going to see copycat sort of demonstrations. throughout the arab and muslim world and and let's hope that cooler pressure cooler heads can prevail
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a gypsy new president meanwhile is working to establish trade ties with washington to secure all funds to help revive his country's economy but has also he's gone out to check on explains such support comes at a high political party. egypt needs money and the us needs to preserve its leverage in egypt so how do you make those who needs meet without going back to mubarak style leadership which egyptians rose up to the polls earlier in september the egyptian president accepted a delegation of u.s. officials as well as the c.e.o.'s of some fifty u.s. corporations looking to do business in egypt many of whom already have billions invested in the country mohammed morsi told them what they wanted to hear that their investments were secure that he would help the companies expend in egypt by reducing red tape and last but not least that he would respect the peace treaty with israel as he's pretty sesar had in other words he set the ropes high with
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american officials and businessmen the president is continuing the same all policy of mubarak but with the distance and some authority and some symbolism the he enjoys popular support and he can do a lot of things that would serve the americans with cultural blessing and religious missing top president morsi scored another point with the u.s. when during a visit to iran he slammed the regime and called for an intervention in syria regimes about one point five six billion u.s. dollars in aid and on top of that back in august they received two billion dollars who qatar and of course the u.s. could talk to the leading hawks on syria so when you receiving got much money from the u.s. in the charts how be surprised go to a summit and criticize syria it's not a big surprise really u.s. aid always comes with strings attached for instance much of the military aid money to egypt has been spent in the u.s. and weapons and services contracts with u.s. companies as for the rest is essentially
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a barrage of hay or who are maintaining the treaty with israel washington is now negotiating another package of perks for egypt one billion dollars in debt relief and around. hundred million dollars to improve the business climate in asia but for the uighurs business as the deputy director of one of the american aid distribution agencies said for every dollar they get eight dollars back in u.s. exports the u.s. policy on egypt apparently stays the same it could be phrased nothing personal just business the question for egyptians remains whether their new leader will ever pursue independent policies or whether he'll end up doing washington's bidding as he's pretty fessor did in washington i'm going to. become the sour and nine had gone time raises concerns about detainee treatment and renewed calls for more transparency at the in from the central. that's
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later but now it's a day of reckoning for the euro zone's merry go round of bailouts germany's federal court to rule whether rescue and other economies is legal and was a berlin can join the new five hundred billion euro rescue fund meanwhile greek protesters trying to sabotage a fresh round of austerity talks as athens creditors demand more belt tightening in return for continued. reports. well there are cracks beginning to show in greece's ruling coalition government members of parliament of said that the country must avoid implementing further crippling austerity measures on the poorer members of society this comes after the coalition failed to agree on how to implement eleven point five billion euros worth of further cuts demanded by greece's main creditors prompting one greek m.p. to say greece's partners in europe must realize that the country simply can't take
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anymore a comment almost certainly directed towards europe's economic powerhouse so the greeks say that they can't handle any more cuts but the big decision being made here in germany on wednesday could mean that perhaps there wasn't going to be any more bailout money the constitutional court is ruling on whether german taxpayer money can be given to foreign countries to bail them out of the economic mire they going to decide whether that's allowed under the german constitution now if they say that it isn't it opens up huge problems not just for those countries that require the bailout money but also for the german chancellor angela merkel she supported this wholeheartedly and is running for reelection next year but we are hearing though is that perhaps the court will rule in favor of allowing this under the german constitution nuts after a german euro skeptic m.p. try to have the court's decision delayed on choose they the court said no we're
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sticking to our guns and delivering the verdict on wednesday which means that perhaps they have their minds somewhat made up however the version of this so-called european state billet mechanism might be a little different to what had been first invision they could be some quite strict conditions imposed they would make it difficult for it to be renegotiated should other countries slip into the economic crisis and require a rescue plan. while in spanish catalonia one and a half million people took to the streets of their regional compass or boss alone or to call for independence they are no rahni are trying to direct will turn out as catalonia struggles under the druids economic policy is also a season spain's wealthiest three general demanding a five billion viewer bailout from central government saying that's how much barcelona has been forced to overpay and this comes as the madrid struggles to save
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a failing banking sector and financial advice petropolis says a lack of regulation is to blame. the trying to get out of the sponsibility all looking after the banks especially in countries like spain as many would argue that perhaps the bank is overseeing other bank is perhaps not. the solution this doesn't address the fundamental problems with. which is slightly economic growth is any difference here between the different countries different supply to the g there's too much government there's massive budget deficits. and it doesn't really get to the core of the problem really today the central banks governments especially poor job regulating the banking system i'm asked why we are still in the crisis that started back with a credit crunch in two thousand and seven. the trouble bureau is also causing
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a headache for the done such as holland goes to the polls means it doesn't really matter if your party is left old right as long as it falls out of the viewers are interested in reading. at least nine people have been killed after a plane crash landed in russia's far east including a child survived and have been taken to hospital so rescue teams are working at the scene preliminary reports say that thirteen people including two pilots were on board the flight crew flying a commercial flight in russia's far east had to make a forced landing before it disappeared from raiders it was then found lying on the side ten kilometers from the dismayed airport reasons for the accident are unclear engine failure and weather conditions are said to be the most likely cause. washington is denying reports there is a rift where these are all of that iran's nuclear program saying they are both committed to prevent telefon from developing nuclear weapons and this comes after
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claims of barack obama retracted benyamin netanyahu his request for a meeting in washington next week. the us to set a definite red lines over the actions of iran would have cost would lead to an aggressive response including an american led a time washington has so far to cool its rhetoric and give talks sanctions a chance writer and journalist afshin rattansi says those calling for war are getting increasingly desperate. will never you know really seem out of touch at the moment even mitt romney obama's fellow contender for the presidential race has been strong this ridiculous comment from the israelis international media are interested in another war than together what you're about to mean suing destruction intel reports that repeatedly say that iran is your pursuing a nuclear weapons program in the bin just by the way in the past few days saying
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that enrichment has actually decreased not the great is an associated press in quite understand the machinations of what the nuclear debate in vienna actually is but no i think go on iran increasingly it looks like the third world war is some time off a little i mean they don't know is increasingly desperate but i think the fact that mr dempsey himself his exact words i would not want to be complicit on an israeli attack on iran speaks volumes i hope dempsey tells a bomber to stop the sanctions. and of course going to find more information on this story on our website homeland while young line track some of the stories to like so sign forming american style to us on the top some of their enemies takes planning to take a minutes and thirty thousand guided explosive car. need to create by vladimir person puts energy giant gazprom under state protection phrases and on to monopoly road by the european union get the full story.
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this is also you welcome back a growing tunnel to tiny who died at the detention sons over the weekend should have been released in two thousand and nine getting a citizen t.v. force cleared by an obama administration task force saying evidence of his links to al qaeda and the taliban were unconvincing but hey it remained in the prison as it was deemed again is too unstable for that tony padres a cavalry a question is the legality of the proxy. we've long known that the detentions on time are little detentions this is not about a lawsuit or a news detentions most of the men who remain one hundred sixty eight men who remain are young age and reason they remain to reason that remained was because of the act out of his citizenship he was a yemeni citizen and president obama issued
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a moratorium on transfers to yemen in two thousand and nine and that they and continues to insist it would block the transfer of yemenis who have been cleared or have been cleared by the administration to lead fifty eight yemenis at one time all right now been cleared by every person in the robin hood of ministration of the state cannot or to leave the prison and the reason they remain is because of the fact of where they are probably not anything other they have actually been alleged to have done so it's very clear at least with respect to the yemenis it's clear it's respect they get their intentions are purely political and it is really a shame it should weigh very heavily on the united states and the courts and frankly the broader international community is death and i think we need to. graduate this moment at least and be energized and mobilized to sort of arnold the president so that more men do not. they you are debating is at the forefront for
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voters in the netherlands as they go to the polls to choose whether country will be headed the center right our sun to left neck and neck both are expected to stick to deficit reduction policies but people in the country a time out of austerity with the euro skeptic past his ready for last minute gains on his testosterone there are reports. it was back in ninety ninety two when a treaty was signed of vision in maastricht in the netherlands establishing the economic and monetary union later paving the way for the creation of the single currency but today mounting a euro skepticism has spread to even countries considered poor eurozone nations including the very one where it all began and the dutch are taking their discontent to the polls so i don't know at this moment what is the best is for europe i have my dogs because of greece. and the shelf and the netherlands it's a pro european country of course it shouldn't come to the stream level that we see
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greece in a repeated fashion this annoyance among the dutch at having to bail out greece again and again has reached a point where some dutch customers refuse to pay the bill of greek restaurants because well they've already paid with bailout money taking on a euro skeptic and brussels stat has become a popular campaign strategy from the far right freedom party which is called for the return of the dutch guilder to the once fringe leftist socialist party openly challenging the german led a stare the strategy for europe well we're protesting against our liberal government you know made a distinction between the rich. much much bigger gap part of the problem is you know did europe brussels has a lot of power now and people feel like they have nothing to say about what's going on with their money or we cannot make our own decisions anymore about our housing projects about our social system about their pensions people do not want to say
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a united europe is ok you know but you only need a united europe to make sure this piece we can do together and that there's no borders is all right but you know having just a small group of people over liberal people in brussels making up how we how we spend our money the socialist sort of popularity in the past weeks and all those support has waned slightly they're still expected to increase their seats in parliament we can see in europe. voters. are becoming less convinced of the rationale of the continued austerity policies begin to vote for parties who oppose the logical for stereotype we've seen it in france we've seen it in regional elections in germany which makes america very worried about the elections next year and how the dutch vote could very well tip
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the balance of sentiment among citizens of the so-called core of the euro zone juster sylvia r t let's. look at other news making headlines around the world this town it's not true fires the two major pakistani cities have killed at least sixty people and wounded dozens more the thousand blaze that claimed dozens of lives at a sure fire actually erupted when employees were trying to turn on a train right during a blackout the second fire occurred at a god that so let's say what twenty people were killed the blazes the public over the all source his failure to address energy issues in the country. and moral ceremonies have been held across the you asked along the eleventh anniversary of the nine eleven tragedy the terrorist attacks left him all the time thousand people dead and injured barack and michelle obama acknowledged today but then with a minute's minute's silence at the white house it was time for the moment when
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a hijacked passenger plane crashed into the north tower of the world trade center in new york eleven years of the nine eleven attacks as washington to invade afghanistan where al qaeda had its base of operations and what has become the longest war in u.s. history. south african politician crudeness mileva has called for a national my strike encouraging the escalation of the labor design that has already hold of production up to platinum and gold mines his speech was punctuated by the trees of thousands of mine was meanwhile thousands more strikers marched on a hospital in the maracana west on my. it's not being treated they claim they want to win it by police. last month when police. try. to money matters now marina's that is so good morning to you it's a big day for investors marine around the world so tell us what's happening good
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morning new low i've been talking about this since monday investors have been sitting waiting to hear what will happen today it's when it all begins germany's constitutional court is set to rule on the legality of the euro zone's rescue fund and will very have analysts say that the verdict will be that it's legal but there will have to take some additional measures now let's take a look at the markets asia is the only one trader right now and over there was see an optimistic picture and that's because investors are optimistic themselves about what has happened and also will have the u.s. federal reserve on thursday announce this latest poll as the session so all the markets are really a bit after that so we have the next day at an almost one and a half percent and the hang sang over half a percent in fact in japan exporters are doing particularly well this morning now from the all inside to look at the performance on wall street overnight because of course it always has a major factor on how other global markets perform and we saw the dow added over half a percent it reached this
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a highest close since two thousand and seven in fact when it comes to the nasdaq and that the flat to positive now i want to talk about something else that will take place in the u.s. today in san francisco and that is the release of the latest i phone and it's not only gadget lovers who are excited about this but they called the mist as well i phone five could create a huge revenue not only for the company but related firms as well such as wireless carriers suppliers and accessory sellers j.p. morgan estimated that sales could boost the u.s. fourth quarter gross domestic product by three point two billion dollars and there's already here. huge demand for the latest smartphone it is expected to be a big upgrade featuring a larger screen and four g. connectivity and analysts predict that apple could sell as many as ten million i phones in the first ten days and as many as fifty million and the holiday quarter. let's take a look at currencies announcer what's happening with the euro dollar and ruble the
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euro is flat against the u.s. dollar when it comes to the ruble those war the figures from the closing session only choose them with a mixed picture the ruble gained against the u.s. dollar loss to the euro would give you the updated figures on the russian markets will open which is about two hours from now but now we see their performance and the arts yes again about a quarter of a percent in the my section just a bit it was a flat soon negative again investors here were really wedded to see what will happen today so again we will see the reaction and see markets move them because for the past couple of days it really hasn't budged that much like a second look at oil prices which always have a major effect on the russian economy as it is so energy dependent right now they're still trading near their highs in almost the weeks and of course that's after everyone is expecting that the u.s. and china will stimulate their economies well i want to talk about global stock markets a little bit further because we are of course expecting this so-called triple
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headed measures which writes about the. global economies of some of the most important countries in the world and we spoke to fall on the morning. board all the year and he explained those measures and tell us that the lesson. we are in a process where there are three main economic zone in the world the united states china and the euro and i think very accommodative measures this is the things that we have never seen in our life before and a consequence of that is this kind of military relations will to show the price of . commodities and it will be quite good for community currencies and we are recommending our clients to invest in emerging debt in local currencies because it will benefit from that trend about russia so russia is a country that we are very positive on because it will benefit from the strength to
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leave the current valuation of the ruble does not reflect properly the price of oil and we expect the russian ruble to appreciate in the coming weeks and months we are very positive on russia in the sense that this is a country that has a very low government debt less our just about ten percent of g.d.p. and it does a very good fiscal situation and of course will be monitoring what happens in germany not only i but one understand it is the last so what the other markets will be reacting to that i have to lay thanks for that marina and where will they actually will talk to they head of the world's biggest i mean i'm pretty sure that this will that i'll bring you the headlines.
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