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fresh outbreaks of violence on the syrian lebanese border are dubbed the one of the key routes for smuggling weapons into the ongoing civil war. strikes triggered by deepening cots rock troubled european countries as the e.u. leaders are to stage yet another anti-crisis summit in brussels. was deadly attacks on a stronghold of the old regime in libya following reports that the country's new rulers might have carried out a massacre of brokendown of the supporters a year ago.
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now i am in the russian capital you're watching our joshie residents on the syrian lebanese border have been forced from their homes by a series of violent clashes are in militia in lebanon apparently used machine guns to attack the syrian army across the frontier triggering a tough response reports also suggest that has been why is fighting alongside syrian troops in the area expanding scope of serious conflict wasn't addressed by internet me during his visit to beirut he called on damascus to spearhead a cease fire claiming it will be reciprocated by rebels but as for its with the amount of weapons falling into the hands of rebel friendly extremists it looks highly unlikely. to be. training for war getting ready for battle and possibly their doubts these young recruits are preparing for what their instructors called a campaign to rid syria of tyranny. some of these student to be fighters. i haven't
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even held a gun until now. this is the first time i use weapons there was no need for them before the revolution now we carry weapons to get rid of assad. weapons have yet to topple the government of president bashar al assad but they're flowing into the country with ease it's a trend that has some officials worried those will provide arms to either side only a contributing to for the me jury and the risk of unintended consequences porous borders with its neighbors make the flow of arms almost impossible to stop and lebanon's town of is one of the main gateways behind me is the way to one of the illegal border crossings between lebanon and syria weapons fighters and supplies go in to syria while refugees fleeing the violence come out but by no means is this safe or easy journey frequent shelling as well as a large minefield on the syrian side of the border crossings like being a deadly gamble
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a gamble that lebanese sympathizers of syria's opposition are more than willing to make. this is five thousand dollars and this is thirteen hundred eighteen hundred and two thousand in tripoli r.t. spoke to this arms dealer whose business was booming. people come or contact me every day we have a revolution next door for sure we are with them will help them topple assad till they do it. the weapons may be easy to come by the harder part is understanding exactly where they go a classified report uncovered in a new york times reveals that many of the arms sent to syrian rebels are ending up in the hands of hardline islamic jihad one of the leaders of the f.s.a. said yeah we admit that we infiltrated the jihadi jihad these are coming. from all over the muslim world but we don't know exactly who they are back in syria both in the training camps and in the battlefield rebels talk of high hopes for a bright future. i hope that there will be free elections that the syrian people
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will be able to choose the official state want and that we will win back our rights freedom of expression and political freedom exactly what that freedom looks like may depend on who's getting the guns. r t lebanon. the. syria's northern border with turkey has also become a regular a scene of deadly crossfire in the latest incident ankara fired back in response to a mortar shell which landed in its type province kurdish rebels are also causing a headache for turkey threatening to retaliate to any attacks on kurds in syria professor hussein bagchi from the middle east technical university says turkey is further in gauge went in the syrian conflict is unfolding kurdish rebels. it is related to of course. know much more money. certain parts. in the history in the last thirty years the girls have never truong
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. has never been truong. government. and. such a large space where they can move to get their groups in. northern iraq. well coming up for you later this hour freedom of speech gets a new meaning and a your iran learns a lesson in censorship from the e.u. a satellite providers gag almost two dozen of its state t.v. and radio stations. yours are to hold yet another crisis summit in brussels while the country's worst hit by economic troubles witness a wave of fresh strikes triggered by harsh spending cuts thousands of spanish students marched in cities across the country wrapping up three days of industrial action against the splashing of the budget for education that is madrid prepares to
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ask the e.u. for another aid package to save its economy expected to come with further austerity conditions in greece a nationwide general strike against yet another ten billion euro has gripped the country marta andreasen believes brussels one size fits all austerity approach is further complicating the crisis. maybe there is enough cash to bail out spraying but that is not enough to bail out all the countries that are in trouble and all the countries that will be in trouble because they will not and we spray in greece and portugal you know many more countries are coming up with problems we have now poland we have cyprus we have most i mean it's not going to end here because it's a general economic crises so we need to see what is the problem for the different member states this is the year that the the european union is having that they propose one solution one size fits all one solution fits all and this is this will
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not work because the problems are very different in greece the problem was about having a huge. faith public service. it's about the property viable and unless. their stance these then there would be no solution possible. as protests surge in europe the american occupy movement is having to evolve to stay afloat after police crackdowns forces from city squares activists are now trying to soften the impact of the economic crisis. reports on one group helping citizens keep their homes from the threat of foreclosure. was. i. was. more than a year after it kicked off its movement in los angeles occupy l.a. is alive and well but in much smaller numbers my god the tents which once
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dominated the landscape of downtown are gone but it popped up in backyards of struggling homeowners i would keep a woman has done for me is like me in my home for thirty four days he had none this family was swept up in the mortgage crisis and is now face you know the action occupiers have set up barricades around the house now for now and this bowing to defend the home while the family battles with bank of america the show has a meaning of people power the law enforcement is not on our side as well so if you have if you have people power and you have community support. you should you should reach out to them you should reach out to them and get it together from the lawn in front of l.a. city hall to this foreclosed home in the san fernando valley the face of occupy and so then california has greatly transformed in the past year but the spirit of resistance remains strong among those who say they're still fighting for the ninety nine percent this is a comic war like that's what drives me to be here is not just about say one house.
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with. occupy l.a. started in a festive manner and was unique in how protesters had a cozy relationship with police. god however local politicians grew tired of the demonstration and showed they were willing to use a massive police response to shut down the peaceful movement the military style raid on occupy a lazing can drive away protesters but radicalized others who are determined more than ever to fight repressive forces when you have that kind of systematic institutionalized abuse of p. . expressing their first amendment rights it doesn't shut it down if you'll say i'm slow because i'm an independent journalist who has been documented in occupy l.a. throughout you observed how the movement's inclusiveness allowed elements in which cause conflict while occupy l.a. is broken up into several community entities it still celebrates small victories
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this again is the current evolution this is the edge of it this is a foreclosure resistance action and it's supported by occupy l.a. as the movement evolves and this family is determined to keep their american dream no way you should and i would to have you can always show you. want to do. it in los angeles ramon. r t. well the f.b.i. has arrested a man who allegedly planned to blow up the federal reserve building in new york the twenty one year old bangladeshi national was detained as he apparently tried to trigger what he thought of were explosives stored in a car the man who was in the united states on a student caught the attention of authorities when he was searching for al qaida contacts they supply him with a thousand pounds of fake explosives through underground operatives the federal reserve is also in mexico. today and states to look at the circus that its
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financial policies create that's at seven thirty and. we know that the bible is a well known gag bible but the clown so. these are the schools. that these. ten they go to. brothers and barnum barely clown school where they learn and walk around a floppy shoes where funny beards and you know pretend as if they have mastery over policies that they clearly don't and they spread to each other with seltzer bottles but you see that's their monetary policy they sell to bottles and they go all the years of quantitative easing. you know and they do this to each other and they say see or all the way and wet means liquidity and the quality is good at making the market says goldman sachs and we're adding liquidity says j.p. morgan not you're just sprinting each other was also bottles and frick and clowns.
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homeland security now has robot tune as seriously robot fish the drones in the sky spying on you just weren't good enough effect they've revealed that they're going to be using robotic hummingbirds soon who how cute these things can only see you though above the water now during the one percent or less of your life that you spend swimming homeland security will be keeping you safe since nine eleven we've heard ad nauseum that we need to be kept safe so americans have given up their rights but if things got that much safer honestly has any of the stuff ushered in
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some sort of peaceful utopia no it hasn't the best terrorism prevention would be to not bomb secular regimes in other countries like libya so that some fanatical wackos come to power that would help way more than robotic spy fish i hear a lot of people talk about personal responsibility a lot of speeches and yes personal responsibility is a key component of the american way slit people provide for their own defense what is going to protect you more shocked than under the bed or terminator two so homeland security can of tuna right but she's my pain.
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the news a secret laboratory to mccurry was able to build a new its most sophisticated robot which all unfortunately doesn't give a darn about anything tim's mission to teach the creation why it should care about humans in the world this is why you should care watch only on the r g dot com. the gold fever. trying to aus and nz into slaves. my father but also among brother involved in the lives of men since i started working in a mine i stated i look at it. this multinationals. made it a cash cow to be milked dry and if i think that in this country is gold medal logie as an environmental cost which is unacceptable to local business was labeled illegal and controlled by criminals you know in order to protect our lives our
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families and to work in peace. most book or most but we are forced to pay protection to illegal groups watch prices colombia going to pay. the people the modest effect on r.t. . well. technology innovation all the developments around russia we've got the future covered. welcome back you're watching r.t. live from moscow now at least eleven people have been reported killed as libyan forces shelled bani walid a stronghold of the country's late leader. reports suggest there were no direct clashes between the two groups but fighters from the besieged city later responded
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was mortar rounds the attack on bani walid comes amid revelations that dozens of khadafi loyalists were massacred following his capture and killing a year ago mobile phone footage filmed by one of the militants shows a large group of detainees being abused more photos indicate many of those people were later executed the findings also imply the very same fighters that toppled gadhafi still play a major role in libyan politics while the authorities have failed to investigate the deaths somehow looked our president of the arab lawyers associations as the revelations were already common knowledge. i think churchill said the first victim of war is the truth if one looks at it with the government in libya saying what the rebels have so well said indeed even the major powers that the us and britain there were all telling to say the least this is this revelation is not.
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does now document it but it is not new everybody expected that the number i've attended a number of hearings in the human rights council where people were questioning the number of civilians who were killed by nato but i value of the day nato and the u.s. and western powers. them selves involved in removing the regime without knowing who with whom there. and they have not looked at what is the possibility that after any of them to try and say that it would you should want to lead with some sort of a policy of you this is just not the right people to vote to nato. and that's the result of it so of course the human rights abuses were done by of the feet by the revolution and by nato more on the aftermath of the libyan conflict on r.t. dot com also there blind justice at least in northern england taser and handcuffed a blind man can barely walk the cops say they saw his behavior was suspicious and
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that cain was a samurai sword. also on our website hungry for help fifteen million americans signed up for food stamps during the four years abroad obama's term in office got the numbers. european commission has denied it ordered a ban on iranian state channel saying that two providers acted independently previously to iran slammed the e.u. for completely jamming its nine hundred. which broadcast across europe the battle coincides with a further tightening of sanctions against the country mostly targeting its financial and trade sector as independent filmmaker and media analyst danny schechter thinks that simply doesn't want to hear
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a contrary point of view. but i find it very troubling that television channels have been removed from the air suppressing the. arends ability to tell its side of the story iran is under attack not only with oil sanctions but financial sanctions there's a whole campaign underway to discredit its. proposals in the gauche asians are coming up on the nuclear issue even before iran gets to make those proposals kind of a preemptive strike and now this just a few days after the european union received the nobel peace prize one of its first acts seems to have been to suppress freedom of the press and freedom of speech that is not very encouraging if you silence one side of that debate and don't even allow its voice to be heard at all clearly it was political you know it taking us one step closer to war and this is what the seems to be about the british did this
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first through their off common regulator removing press t.v. from the air in england and now the e.u. is followed through with a similar ban. we discussed a ron's relationship with western nations with academic austin along as well as its nuclear activities are adding were as dangerous as the air presented and here's a preview of what's coming up next hour. there's a pretty good lead on what iran's capabilities in terms of uranium enrichment are the big question which i don't think anyone can give a highly confident answer to is does iran want a what people refer to as a threshold capability of other words its ability to produce a nuclear weapon quickly or do they want an actual deployed weapon. according to the u.s. intelligence community and most other observers iran just hasn't made that decision in part because they don't need to and they want to get to that threshold capability before they make any decisions about whether to go to go further than
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that threshold because there's no point making that decision early in fact it might be detected by western intelligence and so you could tip your hand before you get to that threshold so i think that decision has been made. at some other stories from around the world hungry. demonstrations staged by far right party supporters and the roman minority thousands gathered to blame the community for many things from street crime to litter while the minority protested state discrimination against them the cow rallies at a further strain to ask away tensions and. tensions in the country indicating that nationalist sentiment could be on the rise. as well as expel all paraguayans diplomats from the country the decision came as a surprise for the officials involved as authorities have refused to comment on the reasons for it if it was a heated dispute between the two countries which started when power and why
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impeached its then president earlier this year widely seen as an ally of and as well as which obvious. and was he was happening and the world of. business so we thank you very much well we're moments here in the markets here in particular this morning right now still the last hour that asia is the only one trading and their stocks are on the rise and that's because we have a multitude of reports there is one that says the chinese economy grew seven point four percent in the third quarter of two thousand and twelve and another report is suggesting that the bank of japan will add some monetary stimulus policy meeting ok let's move on a second look at the russian markets the world in about an hour from now when i will tell you about a half hour of the actual time we can see on one. of my stocks at over one percent and that's on stronger or oil prices at the highest level in the week and that size that the u.s. economy is recovering currencies if we made that was happening with
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a good dollar and ruble when it comes to the euro still weakening against the dollar and the ruble and that the previous session that makes the currency basket also let's stay with russia and talk about another story and that is the fact that the country has written off over twenty billion dollars worth of that to african countries in september it also raised an eleven billion dollar loan to north korea now during soviet times the kremlin used to credit other communist regimes and countries for political reasons but now some analysts say it's easier to forget about that money rather than to try and get it back. and russia's oil energy major could become the was a biggest oil producer because we are getting reports that it may buy out the hundred percent stake of. more details about that the head of. b.p. counterpart in london later in the day to discuss the buy at of the british companies
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half in the venture earlier this week ross that reportedly negotiated to buy the other half of the from the russian co-owners deals estimated to be worth around fifty three billion. dollars and even though it's a big some flatter me from north capitol sure they're all soft well fine that amounts as long as b.p. will come for the no longer have interest in this joint venture i think next step for me to buy to be completely rules near be in your company with a major show in the face of the state can enjoy loons including from the largest banks like the burbank so i don't think there will experience a new cash flow shortage. and that's how. you say it in without see because a coming up all going off will be talking to sanjay the head of the line scape
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hello again the welcome to fox why they interview show on r t i'm allison on time today my guest in the studio is sadness. and the world where almost every family has a t.v. soaps and t.v. series have become a nintendo part of viewers like they make people rush nervously to make it out in time for the next episode and top the networks rating charts really millions of
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dollars in revenue. and the success is not just commercial television series that used to be second grade drama trash now sometimes out front even the top hollywood movie what's next what are the actual trends in television production be that we're asking one of the most powerful women and then to take andy and golden globe winning producers. santa story. started more than seventy years ago in the united states t.v. serious quickly proved a contagious john are spreading rapidly around the world so the it ideology however mantic was not until the ninety's that russians finally got a taste of it the country had to start developing its own t.v. serious from scratch a look at examples of major hit shows from places like the u.s. these days big screen stars happily appear insults and new season premieres which.

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