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condemnation of the syrian regime from one step but so on and so regarding global terror attacks in damascus go the latest from the yuan trying to assimilate me to a new group. also this hour drew that all sounds uses the high profile gallery at that point to make his case calling on the view us to stop these prosecutions and accusing washington with exploiting the arab uprisings boy's own political. crisis creoles the streets of athens only three turns out battlefield tens of
thousands about the rage obama style received while spain may lose one of its biggest region's cotton because of the financial. this is all see coming to life for most code hello and welcome to the program it's no surprise seacrest been the most hated a show addressed at the u.n. general assembly meeting in new york the britons added to the voices that calling for the removal of the assad regime while they recent deadly blasts carried out by the rebels in damascus have remained largely ignored by the international community . has been following the second day of their high profile gathering for. the prime minister britain addressed the general assembly centrally reiterating a conversation that began by u.s.
president barack obama and the french president said just twenty four hours ago the u.s. and its western allies are very much pushing for a charlotte the president of syria to step down they've all said in different words that his time to go is now and that he and his government do not belong in the international community leader of the representative of qatar just twenty four hours ago say that if the special envoy to syria cannot find a peaceful resolution to the problem then plan b. should be a no fly zone the last time there was a no fly zone approved by the security council that led to military intervention into libya so this is a serious issue and we do know the position of the u.s. of friends of britain that have been pushing for the charlottes side and his government to go have been supporting the syrian opposition russia's foreign minister lavrov said that it's quite concerning that western countries who are
supporting the syrian opposition are increasingly turning the other way when violence and bloodshed is being perpetrated by rebels he said that this is a very dangerous pattern and this little to do with russia's worried that the latest attacks in syria aren't receiving any reaction from the un security council because some western nations are stepping back in addressing the syrian conflict which me eventually lead to justifying terror attacks over the world which is a blip but it's not a so there you have it it was just the most recent conversation taking place in the security council once again on syria a crisis that has been developing for more than eighteen months and still a huge division among the international community. the ring in against a military involvement in the syrian conflict ahead dress the world leaders at the general assembly jury. the speech itself mahmoud ahmadinejad said the world is in need of a new and fresh thinking criticizing the policies of the u.s.
washington in turn lead the west and walk out boycotting his address and from the national iranian american council says iran's opponents can actually benefit from the fiery speech well if you look at what's happening inside of iran really if you are saying that are taking extreme toll on ordinary people there is a sense that there could be imminent strikes whether they're the strikes threatened by bibi netanyahu or u.s. strikes that president obama referred to in his address and so i think that if there is a sense of being surrounded inside of iran that is it is an accurate reflection of what is happening that being said you know i'm not sure of what the strategic thinking was in delivering this speech normally when he when he comes to the united states these are speeches designed to provoke angsty and to generate media attention on the u.s. on the israeli side i think that there are still statements that it is god made
that will you know will be used to create the impression that iran is not a rational actor and that there needs to be a military conflict while it wasn't just the speech of the world leaders causing a stir among delegates julian assange assembly by the job all cost as he himself remains holed up at the ecuadorian embassy in london the whistleblower used to and then to the prosecution against him and all those connected with week in lakes there were some aides has more to say. this is a man who only on wednesday with described by the united states as an enemy of the state just a few hours later he was speaking to the united nations he gave quite an emotive speech saying that he was speaking as a free man soli thanks to the efforts of ecuador which of course has offered him asylum and he's currently staying in the embassy here in london he was very hard on president obama he said that there had been more offenses against freedom of speech
during president obama's administration than any other let's just hear what he had to say the u.s. administration is in trying to erect a national regime of secrecy a national regime of obfuscation where regime government employees reviewing sensitive information to a media organization can be sentenced to death life imprisonment or it's been ours he talked about the audacity of the united states which he says has taken credit for the events of the arab spring when in fact credit was due to the people themselves and he finished by saying that the time for words had run out that the u.s. needs to cease its persecution of wiki leaks and its people and that obama needs to do the right thing not in five words but in fine deeds but meanwhile he is living here in the ecuadorian embassy just down the corridor from where i'm standing now
and he's been here now for more than three months and he was exclusively broadcasting our songs as address live and you can watch it in full on our web site under also don't forget the whistleblower earning to show on this very channel and you can find all the additions on our songs dot com if you've missed anything. there hasn't been anything good on t.v. . it is to get the maximum political impact. before source material is what helps keep journalism honest we. we want to present. something else. scenes of violence and guards our phones as hundreds of protesters clashed with
police then rise to broke out right in front of the greek parliament where tens of thousands gathered for the latest show of discontent over harsh cuts a new round of measures would mean deep slashes to pensions and to raising the retirement age but anthony a teddy and professor of constitutional north georgia could true colors as a story sing has shown itself to be a path disaster. exists. because it's a second rate of recipe that is the reason for the disease itself because we see that these two years or so that both state emergency. session of the decreased it's now actually bigger than would reduce the big decide to share your. point if you will have also this engine of the economy so it's a kind of receptive we're going to reduce the debt we're making record and we've lost in the luxury of people reasonable we had at the age of attrition explosion sanction for political implosion of the government itself so i think that in the
months to come we're going to finish it besides they're going to run. on the same and hysterically sentiment was also felt among the crowds in madrid but in spain and go over the financial turmoil is taking on more dangerous forms the leader one of the country's biggest regions catalonia said if he wins at a local elections next month they'll be a referendum on independence even of the spanish government doesn't approve it also has jake agree. the regional elections being held in catalonia will be seen as a de facto referendum on independence from madrid and from a centralized government and that's largely down to who's running on the ballot paper we have present our soul mass regional head he's been calling for greater independence if he proves popular on the day of voting or then that could really reflect on how popular the issue of independence is has always been the simmering
sentiment on it comes to this national debate between highlighted somewhat given the current economic conditions and economic points in spain catalonians feel that they've been hard done to that they give more to madrid in terms of the budget about twelve billion euros more on an annual basis ever received back also catalonia as a regional sort of contributes about twenty percent of spain's annual g.d.p. is still part with its own destiny struggling to reduce that deficit in that alone or about forty billion euros but here they say they've made deeper and tougher cuts than anywhere else in spain this issue actually early this month or so about a million people onto the streets in barcelona is a call for independence away from madrid that comes at a very tough time for spain as a whole particularly for the government of prime minister rudd poised as one m.p.'s dubbed it is a crisis on top of a crisis as they're facing their own problems of deficit reduction and people
coming out to the streets in their tens of thousands to protest against how the government is handling austerity measures we've just seen this week protests turned violent the occupy congress movement which started peacefully aim to get a message of and just stared through to him peace and ended in violence of police pushing back the protesters were being hit by battens having bullets fired in their direction and it's also about sixty people were injured in proceedings about thirty people being detained as a worrying sign for some of these demonstrations turned more violent as the as a continued. and those inspiring the crowds in spain dubbed the indignados or the fifteenth of may movements named after the day when this series of mass demonstrations in the country started last year and some petro from there were a show on college university who also took part in this week's protests explains how popular the movement actually is among the people you are talking about this
spanish revolution so-called sponge revolution want to shift to sort of movement you're talking. this sympathy sort of sending out of. the popularity this movement is huge he's very very large when we're talking about this for a consensus movement. very long time one year not half has been treated as a systemic because you were destroying democracy. trying to build a new one. that's coming up later in the program sweeping currents in the u.k. forces of the police stop this is to take the streets and protest at it this year and now the new and forces are threatening to shame the government in the changing its ways more. phaser of all civil war with iran over its nuclear program but the
worst stuff isn't the way we see for nations between longtime allies tel aviv and washington have turned sour or. if you're passing through russia's very gentle you really can walk on the wild side . thousands of kilometers of unspoiled countryside make up an area where it's still possible to live off the land and enterprising locals so the fruits of the forest by the side of nearly every road. such spectacular scenery makes it a paradise for fisherman and provides a business opportunity for hunt is going on he has been hunting for more than thirty years and works for a company providing expeditions for tourists this season ducks are on the menu of. things a successful duck hunting. but
a bubble silence which means that i need to be very quiet i'm not going to write in the. office. but when you've been in the business as long as he has the birds don't stand much chance. there are defined hunting seasons in russia but lax enforcement means many animals are killed out of the allotted times which can leave young animals orphaned and unable to survive but environmentalists are fighting back the heart of just us forest provides a sanctuary for the most famous beast in russia it's home to a group who rescue often bear cubs and raise them when they're old enough to fend for themselves the cubs a target taken to a remote location and released back into the wild but it's not just bears who find a haven here this is wolf island here wolf pups have been captured by hunters or bought from zoos have a second chance at life and conservationists have
a unique opportunity to observe them these walls are all around four months old and they'll stay in this area for up to three years then most will go back to the wild for good just viewing them from the car was an experience in itself but then after a bit of a bumpy ride came an opportunity i just couldn't pass up. and this is where i was hoping for when i heard i was coming to a place called wolf i had a chance to get up close and personal with the locals and it's these guys are going to act as pasta parents for the next generation will come here. using the old awards as surrogate parents has already proved a successful technique. every i place infant wolves with one year old wolf cubs his parental instinct is totally shaped and they take them as their own cubs it's an important part of the world's development and a major factor in the success of a project which has seen more than twenty generations of cubs grow up here it's
going to continue to take time and money to rehabilitate the wolfs reputation in russia but the keepers here hope their research and dedication mean that wolf island remains a place where visitors can truly understand the call of the wild. mission . could you take three. or four charges. arrangement free. free. free. world free broadcast quality video for your media project free radio down to r.t. dot com. welcome back a zero seems keen on going to war with iran of its controversial nuclear program however tel of a top ally b u.s. is pushing patience and that is that election season cautiousness from washington
all have relations with israel solid check and finds out. the crack between the white house and the israeli leadership is starting to show how soon benjamin netanyahu is pushing washington to draw a red line over iran a line beyond which lies war but president obama is not bandy so let me be clear america wants to resolve this issue through diplomacy and we believe that there is still time and space to do so even though the obama administration's stated policy is not to let iran have a nuclear weapon for benjamin netanyahu that's not enough if you're determined to prevent iran from getting nuclear weapons it means you'll act before they get nuclear weapons acting before could mean attacking tomorrow even though according to a u.s. intelligence assessment iranian leaders haven't even decided on whether to build the bomb or not america's top military officials made it clear at tacking iran would be a bad idea should israel decide to go it alone the head of the u.s. army said quote i don't want to be complicit and of quote player soon they can set
iran back a couple of years and then go back and do it again and again that's just idiotic because once you start using force everything changes colonel lawrence wilkerson has joined a host of other former and serving government officials who put forward an expert analysis paper on what military action against iran would entail the paper states we believe that a u.s. attack on iran would increase iran's motivation to build a bomb. it would take iran a year or more to build a military grade weapon once the decision was made to do so at least two years or more would be required to create a nuclear warhead that is reliably deliverable die a missile as this room pushes ahead with war talk and red lines the obama administration is trying to relieve the pressure any pressure that i feel is simply to do what's right for the american people and i am going to block out any noise
that's out there when the president referred to israeli war rhetoric as noise maybe asked whether the relations between the white house and tell of it have hit a new low all you have to do in this town is say the word israel and everyone supposed to shrink away everyone supposed to leave the argument because if israel security is in peril then you are an anti-semite or worse if you say i'm opposite opinion americans have made it clear they don't have the stomach for another war in the middle east especially a war based on some phony red blinds president obama knows that benjamin netanyahu probably knows that too hence the question is the. really serious one pushing the us to the brink of what would be a devastating war or is it some kind of a good cop bad cop diplomatic game that the u.s. and israel are playing whatever it is the escalating war talk is drowning out the hopes of diplomacy in washington i'm going to check out. some other news making
headlines around the globe and lebanese muslim pogrom has been released by syrian rebels after being held hostage for more than five months the month of arrived back in beirut where he was greeted by his family on the lebanese interior minister abraham was one of eleven pogroms abducted in syria in may this year on their way from turkey to lebanon the rebels have previously freed one another one of the program leaving nine moons toe to. managed to reach a deal on border security and oil production the president's came to an agreement which will see the resumption of exports over a number of other issues that remain unresolved once some of sudan gained independence and july last year it up trained designers of the country's oil while saddam retained processing and export facilities fighting a war they should pull both to the brink of war this year.
the u.k.'s severe budget cuts have dealt a crushing blow to the country's police force and fox they've been so sweeping there's been talk among some forces of striking despite industrial action by police being illegal under u.k. law. paula boyko explains a while the cuts could save the government some much needed cash it threatens to leave the country dangerously exposed. they're faced with having to make deep budget cuts and to add insult to injury were reportedly called perhaps by a senior member of the government now police say in the west midlands have decided to fight back in a couple of weeks the conservative party conference comes to birmingham police federations for the three regions surrounding the city are preparing their very own . government ministers paying a visit they say they're going to buy up as many billboards as they can in the city center in order to put this anti government advertisement up by the time the tories
start their meeting police here want the public to know that they can't guarantee a good service because of the budget cuts being insisted upon across the whole of england and wales the picture a similar six thousand eight hundred frontline police jobs have won since the two thousand and ten general election in order to free up more money for the treasury which is in desperate need of cash the government can to do change the nature of. beyond all recognition currently. twenty percent of the budget. as we knew it would and which ultimately the police federation's latest campaign here in birmingham is a warning that even if the deep cuts made by the british government save the money it could come at the cost of public safety. the crisis is spreading and didos here business desk so also story down here well we know.
already now in for the jobless rate has topped three million that's the first time . so many of the french employed. huge. sixteenths. called the situation clearly. to get worse with more spending cuts. by the e.u. let's check how that's affecting the euro is bouncing back because spain play just to cut red tape in response to the worsening crisis in that country the group will just open up on the boss good question junction into the chinese economy both ortiz to sort the shanghai exchange almost three percent tokyo and hong kong in particular following in his wake there we go we've got nick a slight lead down this hour with the high end trying to do well in this result remorse go figure gains in the opening minutes but still a long way to raise yesterday's three percent slump and the teller was punch up has landed one of russia's richest men called alexander lebedev owner of britain's
evening standard and independent dailies has been charged with assault for punching a tycoon in a talk show property magnate he was injured in his face and hip level of called it a preemptive strike as polanski had pointed at him saying i feel like working someone in the face right now billionaire lebedeff who own some fifteen percent of aeroflot one of the world's most profitable airlines faces up to seven years jail time today your little more stories for you next story thank you very much indeed for that danielle thank you coming up and of human with thanks to dr time junk director of the center for arms control in china about the future of relations between moscow and beijing based on a common stance over the ongoing conflicts in me.
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dr john cooling you're the director and research fellow of the center for arms control of china suited international studies and it's great to have you with us today. so russia and china have found themselves recently in the same camp trying to prevent a possible military intervention into syria do you think it's a short lived partnership or maybe a greater vision that could actually.