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the political blood leave prevents male scientists treaties government botted would be opposition make up look george would dream of looking to end a decade of really noisy domination. syria's foreign minister points the finger of blame at the rebel friendly to you that you sound as a back pain terrorism in his country and he finds a barrage of criticism you are. also nato secretary-general ban citizen early troop withdrawal from afghanistan i mean at a time and plugging in the. last profiting from poverty and rising jobless rates and total ignorance in britain to leave the destitute braybrook human
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trafficking ring. this is also you coming here live from moscow hello and welcome to the program it's no longer just a dream for georgia's opposition with president saakashvili is routing united national movement party making a poor showing in parliamentary elections as the vote counting is still ongoing the opposition microblog children dream so far has a solid lead but victories far from a done deal almost half of all m.p.'s are directly elected rather than from party and that is whether ruling party hopes to come to life however if the numbers hold of him president of blur decide to showing his party whose dominance has been eroded by a series of corruption and brutality scandals. have ski reports now from the capital tbilisi what the opposition has already been celebre. then when it has not
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yet been confirmed but supporters of the georgia opposition have already started celebrating their victory ever since the ads that there was out came out suggesting that the georgia dream party could win the parliamentary election georgia with fifty one percent of the votes in the favor of thousands have been gathering in the central street of the central square billy c. with people very jubilant about their passable victory and the first preliminary results which were released by the georgian central by the georgian central election commission suggested that this victory may well be right certainly this election is very important for georgia because the party with the alliance a party which wins the majority in parliament will then be able to appoint prime minister and according to the constitutional changes in georgia which are taking effect in next year when the one present secretary is to step down a prime minister will have just about the same powers as the president so the party
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which will gain the majority will basically have georgia just future in its hands hence the celebration of the supporters of the opposition because they already believe that their parts will be able to appoint the prime minister and thus control georgia for the next five seven yes something like this was unimaginable in the member last year when one businessman ivanishvili launched his georgia dream party saying that his main rest the house against me and to change the system back then the support of the ruling party was over seventy percent and every system had no chance at all from beating in this election have better things to change dramatically after the footage of prison abuse and torture was released in september in georgia causing massive public outcry thousands took to the streets in protest last saturday we saw the huge the biggest political rally in the history of modern day georgia with more than one hundred thousand people in this. their
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discontent about the current political establishment and definitely this make this election unpredictable and very interesting. say will be keeping us updated on the vote counting and the mood in tbilisi as the day goes on but you can catch up on what's happened so far on his twitter feed. the syrian crisis is the result of a coherent collective effort by a gang of foreign states the message syria's foreign minister laid down for the u.n. general assembly his trust that damascus remained opened to a political solution to the civil war which is ravaging his homeland but has altered his merino port now reports that is not walled the u.s. backed rebels are a me whole. well he. spoke at length about the ongoing eighteen month civil war taking place in his country he accused the u.s. france turkey saudi arabia and qatar of inducing and aiding terrorism in his
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country by those countries actually arming financing and supporting the opposition groups in syria he went on to say that the holes that western countries are making for president bashar al assad to step down is not only provoking more bloodshed in his country but he says it's also a blatant interference into syria's domestic affairs he said success of any international effort in syria would require countries including turkey saudi arabia qatar and libya to stop arming funding and training the syrian opposition and to rather encourage dialogue so the syrian foreign minister will lead of course to addressing the world body on the last and final day of the un general assembly he says that he is calling for a political solution and syrian led dialogue to agree on a roadmap to a more poor florist stick and democratic syria but we heard u.s.
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president barack obama first call for. president bashar al assad to step down and then his sentiments were echoed by britain and by france just as the u.s. he says stood by supported and helped liberate the people in libya he would like to see this seeing thing done in syria but on the other hand you have many other countries such as russia china brazil and so on and so forth saying that there can't be any outside intervention into what's taking place in syria this is a crisis that needs to be decided and it between the parties between the syrian government and the opposition but as we've been reporting for the past week everybody's talking about the crisis in syria but not clear how to exactly solve it . and international law professor derek carolina says the syrians would never inflict such vicious destruction on their homeland
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a fact that freeing scientists going forward in the war against the un charter if we are to believe the report of. the n d a most respectable european it's a german. intelligence service one of the most respectable probably in the world who says that five percent only five percent of the armed opposition the syrians and the others are mercenaries coming from the outside this is a huge violation of international law of the sovereignty of syria a distortion of the reason for which. the uprising had taken place and these people are funded by outside forces apparently either some private beneficiaries or some governments and this is this is a matter that is that leaves a huge question marks for the peace and stability of world order and
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if syria would become a failed state and i think it is the most likely scenario and will have the fundamentalists ruling in fires of syria this will be a huge headache to everyone to the whole world. shadowed by the searing conflict bahrain's rule is that taking an increasingly tough stance with pro-democracy protesters the result going brave five medics have reportedly been arrested today another group of doctors lost their final appeal of a jail time it's all but dissipated and i want to run that still ahead. but now a native has admitted the airline says it was trolled from afghanistan could come that expected this statement comes on the hills of a spate of attacks that prove he wants coyotes to two thousand inside out west us soldiers are taking their toll on the troops' morale at the. back of nato afghan relations afghan lines prepares to hand security responsibilities to local forces
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and maybe least academic. from the american university in washington believes nato has brought it to a point. when first of all there are there is the issue of the difficulty of trying to impose order and or a certain kind of order by foreign powers on afghanistan the other part of it has to do also with the policies which have been pursued by nato in afghanistan these smaller cities have not really transformed they question on the ground they have not greatly improved the lives of the people and they have not contributed to building up. gun infrastructure as some have promised more importantly i think what we are seeing is that is a sponsor from population which a certain extent is reflected by the counter attacks from taliban and its allies
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there is a great deal of resentment against the drones which have led to the deaths so many many innocent civilians and afghanistan even the afghan president himself karzai has called on nato to curb and stop them because they are ending up killing a lot of innocents and creating a great deal of anger in unpack it isn't. and discontent with the conflict is also bringing in the u.k. and later this hour we hear from a british m.p. who was buying from the house of commons for his fiery antiwar speech. this war is being prolonged by those that have the power to bend the canada that brought their troops home two years ago so the netherlands prange new zealanders are coming out early absolutely no reason why you shouldn't bring our troops home now the only
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reason is that we tied in with the politics of the united states we don't need independent state we have to remind ourselves of that we can take our own decisions and what we're going to see in the future is deepening trouble they'll be more slaughter because of this whole of this fictitious fictitious aims of the war was seen to collapse. five medics have reportedly been arrested in a series of door raids in bahrain this comes after nine other doctors jailed for taking part in pro-democracy demonstrations last their final appeal and marzouk from the country's largest opposition party says the courts have long been the rulers pocket. international but the national but the is talking about but as not just this and but and the whole process and look at it the and conduct is just in the control of the ruling pammy the doors will torture the torture of these
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medics where not even at the ending to the. station for their cause and the court did not and can call upon them to be jailed for some time so see the ballasts and when it comes to that people are. people who will be in subjected to. treatment or even killing the court just totally ignoring that if there is a guilty. as you will find ten and so on these are prepared. for the same and they had to be in prisons like maybe their job and others even for just expressing their opinions this is their sort of education not that if you are. in the u.s. court speaking out. since
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taking it to the empire state building. gracefully. more than just a scenic image it is a way of life traditionally the people are. herders and though in many ways they lead a simple and rustic life they are also highly skilled and organized. depending . on the day we found this particular camp they were settled near the coast of the see here for families work together to manage nearly a thousand reindeer herding reindeer is not just a job people in fact it's
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a part of their entire culture and way of life and that they can use almost every single part of the reindeer to help them survive. a deer is a means of transportation. with the outside and. the life in the tundra is harsh and so before winter hits many of the children are helicoptered to the center of the district for boarding school. students learn different languages utilize modern technologies through specialized grant programs and even learn arts skills all within a protected environment the school was founded. a scientist who wanted a better way of life for his people. but even with the most progressive ideas and education many that say they don't want to trade the modern life of their beloved.
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i have returned to the tundra and i actually like it here if you're outside there's fresh air fresh water looks at the site you can see deer it's a joyful sight. a sentiment that hopefully ensures that russia's northern reindeer will have caretakers for generations to come. you know sometimes you see a story and it seems so you think you understand it and then you glimpse something else you hear or see some other part of it and realize everything you thought you knew you don't know i'm trying hard becomes a big picture. sigrid laboratory to mccurry was to build
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a new most sophisticated robot which fortunately doesn't give a darn about anything mission to teach creation why it should care about humans and . this is why you should care only dot com. welcome back because. with the euro firmly in the financial goal poverty and homelessness are a shows that grows larger by the day but for some it's all a business opportunity with new figures showing incidents of slavery and human trafficking and doubling in the u.k. alone. reports on just how easy it is to feel that desperate into
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a life of cheat. that it may appear. to be a good life that the people in the belly in which the vulnerable. exploited by the other group and it's getting seen police with terrorists in their reporting abroad in human trafficking so the u.k. and the target say the homeless people who are then full to work with little or no pay the passage day center in london's victoria is the city's big it voluntary day and so for the homeless to say its clients are regularly targets hit by gangs at the sunset and when they congregate at most all food banks. and people are given a promise is never ready for through so the most recent was someone was approached just outside this very building. where they were told that they could be taken to get free accommodation so. they would tend to apply to see someone's clearly been
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drinking the sorry. drink and we give you lots of work. luckily we were able to intervene on medication but what times time is when people get there the reality is in some cases it can be a lot more imprisonment in many cases the homeless off the alcohol as a reward all told their families back home will be harmed if they talk about what happened to them and cases berets. in factories and farms across england but his wages paid to the gang who will have fifty one year old man with me at the let me sit in the. pot hole in the pepsi prime and wait to hear you. believe they must be as good tasting appears to be done by organized gangs and getting more successful playing the terraces of reports that
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sees seven instances of slave labor this year up from twenty two last year a rise of more than seventy percent that also where the gang that traffics the. pulled from a town in lithuania as often as twice a week. and. one very high profile facebook meeting as a mark zuckerberg and visits russian prime minister dmitry medvedev has a history of getting top notch gifts from his guests find out whether facebook's founder can match the best of the breath and. also that it's a man's world saudi arabia airbrushes of women from the council of well the world's largest planetary retailer ikea discovered why almost single. for the whistleblowing u.s. soldier bradley manning has demanded all charges be dropped he says manning's case is being deliberately protracted the trial will only start in february while according to u.s. called martial rules it should have begun over two years ago christine visited the
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latest event of supporting the whistleblower. his name. has evolved into a movement a movement with a mission to truth as a points. maybe i'm neutral maybe i'm idealist state. for a strange world fighting for those who attended the event hope to eventually see accused wiki leaks or bradley manning freed from prison he's already spent eight hundred sixty two days there much of it in solitary confinement and still has not gone to trial we are here because the truth is on trial bradley is not a traitor. he's not a spot but a truth teller and it was a former national security agency executive thomas drake is a whistleblower as well like manning charged by the government under the espionage act he revealed information to a reporter with the baltimore sun that the n.s.a.
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was spying on u.s. citizens he was later found innocent is extraordinarily precious he was a featured speaker along with the government accountability project director jesselyn radack manning friend and co-founder of the bradley manning support network david house duty author and cyberforce and journalist chris hedges and others. her where the matter what anyone feels about probably many everyone in america supports whistleblowing is of course transparency probably not he's an example of a young soldier is alleged to have blown the whistle so americans everywhere she had a good opinion of the young and the point of the events to raise awareness of course but also to raise money donations book sales someone even donated a bottle of wine california white homes through everything raised here will go to the bradley manning defense fund ever since nine eleven i've been concerned our
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civil liberties are in jeopardy and it's pretty obvious that. this is where i came from massachusetts. here in support of several georgetown law students and professors attended the event many knew very little about manning beforehand i learned more than more knowledge and i came here with it's very important for me to be here to see that. it was to no worse. the question here i discussion about a young man and his future and the future of a country's laws and legacy. in washington christine for our team. some international news and briefly you now a pleasure boat fund after colliding with passenger ferry off the coast of hong kong leaving at least thirty six people dead about one hundred twenty thousand jews were in the bustle that was heading to buy was displayed to mark china's national day the ferry was mostly undamaged and sailed off the collision with
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a report suggesting it will be the. first since trying to have launched an easy i've been tricked straight to the streets and i'm going over the country's failing economy the birthplace of the arab spring i think ron is against unemployment and to save government neglect several regions have been paralyzed by strikes held in support of activists detained during the protests . ryan let's get the latest business news now marina take it away thanks you love all of this hour we'll start with russia because markets here are now open in the on the complete and we're seeing both the r.t.s. and m i six are in negative territory there we go and also we know about the climb in the oil price are not helping particularly but more of that next hour once investors get into the trading session now if we take a look at currencies we have updated figures there the euro still strengthening versus the u.s. dollar when it comes to the ruble it is now at the climbing against the currency
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basket now if we move on and take a look at asian markets they are now closed i'm talking about the nikkei because that hindsight as follows. holiday there and who saw gains in this really and especially in. that was the fact that their supplies and interest got right by the country's central bank but when it comes to the nikkei exporters they managed to pull it through and into the trading session flat now in other news i want to talk about american express because that will have to do a lot so again is good reputation the firm has agreed to return eighty five million dollars to its clients and pay over twenty seven million and these four illegal college practices the u.s. banking regulators accuse that of charging almost all commissions and misleading consumers on debt collection issues and of course. the european figures and how they're locked in for about looking forward to marina thank you very much for that and in a few moments we speak to a british m.p. who were thrown out of poland for voicing his opposition to the afghan.
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this is the legacy no one should be proud of. scrap metal littering pristine arctic landscape building stilton over their foundation pipes spewing black smoke over the snow covered peaks the traces of the soviet industrial activity on the burgen archipelago don't make a pretty picture of the guiding principle here is the worst the better locals like to tell the story about back in soviet times when norwegians were visiting barons were they also expressed amazement. at how prosperous this settlement was well times have obviously a challenge when they saw it lags say it's still attracting a region tourists or barons work commerce much needed cash that's why while. our goal is common as was uncovered here
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a few days ago instead of throwing it away the local administration decided to paint a venue and put it at variance work central square that can do nine hundred eighty daryn's work was a burgeoning mining community the soviet union was determined to maintain its own costs. are located halfway between north america and western europe in archipelago is part of norway with a special status that allows other countries to set up industrial bases here in the middle of the cold war it served as the use of sars westernmost outpost now it's one of the soviet union's last preserved relics. picture of the soviet union if it was cut off from any financial support for two decades. for western tourists and i think it could be even more appealing for russian travelers to keep its presence on spitsbergen russian film until a coal mine here but in terms of profit is farm. behind local souvenir shops so we
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can marry bill it is a big hit that defunct our incurred and still helps keep the money flowing guys it's the russians doing your show but you can't explain rubbles kronos enough to grow your local administration is increasingly under pressure to bring the infrastructure up to more than standards if these modernization efforts i'm not very popular with tourists operators if you come into a very authentic place like farms it should stay the way it is that would be my wish i mean that's the part of the let you know authentic traditionally opulent. i should not i would not like to have it in a shiny condition to be on and the time to change even for the better is not always good for business something that even a local band has become attuned to when they try to add the morning russian songs to die repertoire it left the audience called all they wanted to hear it was
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a song comfortably familiar. a british member of parliament was recently thrown out of the house of commons after he accused ministers of lying of the military policy in afghanistan paul flynn is with me now but before we talk to him let's just see a clip of the video that got him from parliament the role of all british soldiers at the moment is to act as human shields for ministers' reputation the danger to our soldiers is being probed by those on that page who have the power to stop it
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other countries. remove soldiers from this dangerous area where they're not doing all we're doing which is arming and training our future and to be isn't this very similar to the end of the first world war when it was said the politicians lawyers and soldiers died and the reality was as it is know that our brave soldier lives are being led by ministerial donkey's pull through and after that you were disciplined by the speaker and barred from parliament for five days presumably you knew that what happened that you thought it was worth it oh it's very well worthwhile it's a very rare event and the result has been that my words have been seen all over the world as prison extraordinary effect and i believe that this may well be a turning point in public opinion i believe eighty percent of public opinion would like to see the boys home by christmas and the government with their heads in this sentence the.


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