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condemnation of the syrian regime from the west about suddens regarding rebel turner taksin damascus to go to the latest from the un general assembly meeting in new york. also driven a song that uses behind paul paul gathering as a platform to make his case calling on the u.s. to stop his prosecution and the cues in washington of exploiting the arab uprisings political editor and. crisis carry on the streets of athens and madrid turn to a bottle filled tires of thousands abandoned their range of austerity while spain
may lose one of its biggest regions cut alone idea because of the financial turmoil . international news and comment live from moscow this is also he was me hello and welcome to the program it's no surprise syria has been the most heated issue addressed at the u.n. general assembly meeting in new york and britain is added to the voices that are calling for the removal of the assad regime that's while the 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 the high profile gathering for us. the prime minister of britain addressed the general assembly a 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 more sharla side the president of syria to step down they've all said in different words that his time is 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 have been supporting the syrian opposition now russia's foreign minister sergei 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 global call to be losing 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 political tool to so there you have it was just the most recent conversation taking place in the security council once again on syria crisis that has been developing for more than eighteen months and still a huge division among the international community. the rain needs warned against them in the tree involvement in the syrian conflict to have trust of the world leaders of the drain. assembly during the speeches south mahmoud ahmadinejad says they won't is the need of
a new and fresh thinking criticizing the policies of europe and the us washington in turn lead the western walkout boycotting has 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 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. and 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 but it wasn't just the speech was a world leader is causing a stir among the u.n. delegates asunder graz there simply by these you know broadcast as he himself remains holed up at the ecuadorian embassy in london they whistle blow and then to the prosecution against him and all those connected with wiki leaks laura smith has normal 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 was offered ten 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 during 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. in the 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 just learned of the national security and human rise director for the whistleblower organization the government accountability project since the double standards washington applies in their son jeopardize a freedom of speech in the country. a songe was able to draw a stark contrast by holding up the mirror to what president obama said the other day about democratic principles and freedom of speech president obama has brought more prosecutions under the espionage act against whistleblowers for allegedly leaking mishandling classified information than all previous presidents combined and joining the sons pointed out the utter hypocrisy of obama are preaching the values of a free and open democratic society while at the same time waging this unprecedented
war on whistleblowers and i think this was exacerbated by the fact that we learned that the u.s. air force counter intelligence had designated julian assange and wiki leaks as enemies of the state and also he was exclusively broadcasting us on his address live and you can watch it in full on our website and also don't forget the whistleblower hosted his own interview show and they say very channel and you can find all the editions on. call me if you've missed any. there hasn't been anything yet. it is to get maximum with that. source material is what helps journalism. we want to present. something.
scenes of violence and gulf our friends of hundreds of austerity protesters clashed with police the rest broke out right in front of the greek parliament where tens of thousands gathered for the latest discontent over harsh a new round of measures that would mean the french as to pensions sloshes to pensions such as say and to raising the retirement age but attorney and professor of constitutional law george to true god it says austerity has shown itself to be a path to disaster it's a. very their own recipe it's a second rate of recipe that's a small release a disease itself because we see that these two years or so that prosperity measures . that did such a decrease it's now actually bigger than what it used to be despite the show last year. going to if you will have also this engine of the economy so it's a kind of this isn't good we're going to reduce the debt we're making record we've
lost in the luxury of people reset up we had at the age of attrition explosion central focal it's the implosion of the government itself so i think that in the months to come we're going to finish. besides they're going to want. the same until seventy sentiment was also felt among the crowds in madrid but in spain the anger over the financial turmoil is taking on more dangerous forms the leader one of the country's biggest regions catalonia sad if he wins and in local elections next month he'll be a referent there'll be a referendum on independence even if this spanish government doesn't approve it his jacob green. the regional elections being held in catalonia will be seen as a de facto referendum on independence from madrid and from essential lies government and that's largely down to who's running on the ballot paper we have present our soul mass regional head and 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 when it comes to this national debate between highlighted somewhat given the current economic conditions and economic plight in spain catalonians feel that they've been hard done so that they give more to madrid in terms of the budget about twelve billion euros more on an annual basis when they ever receive 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 catalonia about forty billion euros but here they say they've made deeper and tougher cuts than anywhere else in spain this issue actually oh this month also about a million he thought on to the streets in barcelona as 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 hordes 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 a peace and ended in violence of police pushing back the protesters with 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. this is also coming out later in the program so with the us and the u.k. for the plows and the police officers to take the streets and protest this yeah it's
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a welcome back israel seems can only go into war with iran over its controversial nuclear program tel aviv's top ally the u.s. is pushing patience instead as election season cautiousness for washington or have relations with israel soured oh he's going to check on finds out the crack between the white house and the israeli leadership is starting to show benjamin netanyahu is pushing washington to draw a red line over iran a line beyond which lies war but president obama is not pandering 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
a bomb or not america's top military officials made it clear attacking 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 they assume 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 ariens 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 many 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 is supposed to shrink away everyone supposed to leave the argument because if israel's 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 u.s. 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. let's now check some other news making headlines around the globe this on a lebanese shiite muslim pilgrims has been released by syrian rebels after being held hostage for more than five months them on a ride back and buried where he was greeted by his family on the never knees interior minister i want abraham was one of eleven pogroms abducted in syria in may this year on their way from turkey to lebanon the rebels had previously free to one other program leaving nine more still have come to. so dire south sudan has managed to reach a deal on border security and all production the president's came to an agreement which will see the resumption of our exports a number of other kate your shares remain unresolved when south sudan gained independence in july last year it obtained two thirds of the country's oil while
saddam retains testing and export facilities pointing out with a shrew called both to the brink of war this year. the u.k. severe budget cuts have dealt a crushing blow to the country's police force and france they have been so sweeping there's been talk among some forces of striking despite industrial action by police being illegal under u.k. law. point of boyko explains while the council 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 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 gone 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. recognition currently. twenty percent of the budget. 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. looks like the crisis is spreading. business does good morning to the story. now and for. three million the first time in over a decade so many of the french on the employed or. the sixteenth. called the situation clearly. to get worse with more spending cuts. demanded by the e.u. . now the euro's bouncing back as spain pledges to cut red tape in response to the worsening debt crisis in the country the ruble just opened up on the balls to get record cash injection into the chinese economy by the sword the shanghai exchange almost three percent hong kong in particular is following in his wake five sessions here in moscow with the price of crude off forty percent or forty cents today luko
one of the one of the gators on the my six and the teller was one of russia's richest men in court alexander lebedev owner of britain's evening standard an independent dailies has been charged with assault for punching a tycoon in a talk show prompting magnae you're so good he was injured in his face and hip level of called it a preemptive strike pointed at him saying i feel like whacking someone in the face right now. fifteen percent of aeroflot one of the world's most profitable airlines faces around five years jail time so they will have more for you next. thank you very much for that danielle see you later and coming up in a few minutes marks and stacey talk about suffering the american economy stuffing out to say the american economy with cash and all comes out of it is because a report shortly after the break.
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mascaras or this is the kaiser report you know we live in extremes extreme inequality instability volatility extreme did re hypothecation finance reform occasion monetary dent generation under so strain a twelve paul has gone all johnny rotten is a former fed german bulger with a skull in discussing q.e. to infinity and this is what he had to say. that's right he was giving the two
fingered salute the big bit of good morning oh as they say over max it's also known as the her recently after the tongues of the west scotland and the headline that goes with this q e three will not fix america's problems warns paul volcker paul volcker the former federal reserve chairman credited with taming the inflationary threat of the one nine hundred seventy s. has warned that further quantitative easing will fail to prepare economies in europe and the u.s. well why i am a federal reserve bank which is the lender of last resort responsible for taking the post all the way when the bharti gets to brought this not do their job instead of being the lender of last resort there's a buyer a first resort they buy every schlock piece of junk bond that these investment banks that used to destroy the economy they'll take in their buyer and very garbage bond out there because most of them.