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slicing and fatality in levy are dozens of civilians reportedly killed and injured in clashes as a pro-government militia pounds i could down through loyalist town for over two weeks. they're sold comes exactly again since nato bombs the former regime from office promising freedom and democracy to live in people. while the russian company was snapped is one step closer to becoming the world's leading oil producer as the board of b.p. reportedly greenlights one of the biggest energy deals. classic of last in various capital kills a speedball including at the top security official violent protests erupt across
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the country and politicians say the syrian conflict is spilling out with. the international news live from moscow this is r.c. with me you national thanks for joining us an artillery barrage and multiple killings that's what the residents of bani walid are still witnessing twelve months off from the nato backed revolt which toppled the country's regime and you might find some of the following images disturbing the besieged town traditionally loyal to the oust moammar gadhafi has been the target of attacks by party government militia of a dozen people including children have been reportedly killed there in the last three days of the city is also suffering from shortages of food and men and as. you can reports it's not the only victim of libya's new leaders. a year after the
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killing of warmer khadafi not only has the new government of libya made it illegal to criticize the february revolution of last year but a group of malicious affiliated with the country's defense ministry has the shelling parts of the country which were considered khadafi strongholds that bombing it from the air and rockets because then you would need was one of the towns which stood against the intervention of the outside world in body while the local media report that the strikes have killed around a dozen people including children but apparently the people of bani walid are not the only ones persecuted by various militia groups in libya we saw the total wiping out of the thirty thousand strong town to want to go many are black libyans which the misrata brigades which are also laying siege to bani walid call themselves the brigades for the purging or black scheme it's such as they wonderful humanitarian and freedom loving. and discourse that they wiped out the town they've been chasing the people toward the civil war has left libya shredded in pieces with radical
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islamists taking advantage of the chaos basically what's happening is that in different cities here we pointed out the main ones tripoli is in town misrata each of them has their own army of musha their loosely united as the so-called libyan national shield at the same time they're not really under the control of the new defense ministry they're basically on their own according to various reports most of them are even suspicious of the new government in tripoli on top of that division also have one hundred forty tribes in the country one hundred forty tribes many of them have long running grievances against each other and they're located very close to each other for example the town of bani walid that we mentioned in the report is not even two hours away from misrata so amid all the food and lawlessness people in those places no anything can happen to them last year coalition forces armed libyans to the t.c. no. to oust moammar gadhafi today the country is flooded with weapons of all kinds
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and this they made twenty million weapons are still freely circulating in libya that's in a country of six million people it's roughly three guns per person today there are multiple assassinations around benghazi different parts of libya where people are settling scores of all sorts of stripes it's chaotic forces in libya well those lead weapons are the most they have at the agency is not just is either up to the tribal or the. politics despite the ongoing atrocities and chaos up until this september washington had the revolution in libya checkers the foreign policy victory for president obama after all the u.s. provided most of the foreign power which led to the capture and the killing of the libyan leader. yes we came we saw died. but only after the tragic attack on the u.s.
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consulate in benghazi and the murder of the american ambassador did lead to come back into the spotlight it raises the question for the administration why didn't you see this coming if there was intelligence about the growing presence of al qaeda in eastern libya we have an election coming up and no one wants to take blame for messing up the arab spring president obama's most recent remarks suggested that his administration is not finished in libya we are going to find out who did this and we're going to hunt them down because one of the things that i've said throughout my presidency is when folks mess with americans we go after them the obama administration has received congressional approval to allocate money for a special unit reportedly of some five hundred people who will allegedly be training counterterrorism forces in libya also there are anonymous reports that the cia is asking for more drones specifically for libya not of this sounds new drone strikes training forces in foreign nations but past experience has shown when the u.s. goes about cleaning up
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a mess it often gets even messier in washington i'm going to check out. and. being deliberately person to chaos with a gateway open for having influx of extremists. the involvement of western countries was the source of trouble for libya as a whole we have seen the state has become this month all as happened in iraq and somalia or wherever the nato has walked or you us troops are walked and for those not all of law and libya brought. to libya and now into syria again the same was thrown involvement with the support of butter of dollars from qatar and saudi arabia that is handing the country over to a group of fun at the criminals who are hell bent on blood torture slitting throats and what have you bringing the country a buck and to medieval darkness so. we have seen very clearly what these
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people are aiming to do they want to punish when there were leads for its stance against the invasion of libya by nato this is a form of collective punishment against the whole population for standing up for their underpants and the sovereignty of their country. and the violence and. being echoed in bahrain such as call for the help of the international community hoping it could pressure the monarchy to change but some actors think western self interest will ignore the will of the people plus. the cia asked the white house run so it can keep out its aerial assaults on pakistan and yemen while statistics suggest the vast majority of those killed that civilians. be please board of directors is reportedly set to confirm the sale of its shares of
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the joint venture t n k b p to the russian oil giant rosneft and would make ross half the world's biggest listed oil produce a deal one three and he's put a boycott has been following b.p.'s board meeting in london for us. according to various media sources close to the deal b.p.'s board of directors today unanimously approved the sale of its fifty percent stake if its russian joint venture t.n. k.b.p.s. igor sechin who's the head of ross snapped he met with b.p.'s chief executive in london ahead of the official offer made by the russians and bob dudley reportedly addressed bibi's board of directors where he spoke about the advantages that would be brought to the british oil giant if they accepted the ross net deal and according to reports tonight it looks as though the board of directors unanimously agreed with bob dudley and approved this very important deal in exchange for selling half of russia's third largest company b.p.
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is going to receive around seventeen billion dollars in cash from ross nafta but they're also going to get an all important thirteen percent stake in ross next itself that's going to make b.p. the biggest shareholder in ross after the russian state itself for b.p. it's an extremely attractive offer because it gives them exploration rights in the russian arctic and for a company that we know just in june said wanted to pull out of russia because of a deal that had gone sour with their joint venture and their russian partners now to have the chance to have a stake in russia's largest oil company and to have these all important arctic exploration rights is something that bob dudley is probably very happy about this evening for last nastia well they could be well on their way to being the largest investor owned oil company listed in the world. british prime minister david
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cameron is about to be welcomed home from brussels by massive crowds but they are likely to be cheering him on we'll bring you more on the u.k.'s autumn of discontent later on in the program and. mitt romney wins a movie macand. that same boat so as election day draws near americans prepare for all possible outcomes outcomes even every election season your president all the people at the big apple what they would do. that's later but now a lebanese opposition group is demanding the resignation of the country's prime minister saying he's personally responsible for a massive car bombing in the competition beirut the blast killed eight people including a top security official sunni muslims across the country were infuriated with the assassination has turned violent with gunfire reported in several cities and rows of burning tires our correspondent in the region every now going to mourn the blast
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. and rest. it occurred around two forty five pm local time when everybody was on their way. to picking up kids from kindergarten schools it was a short day it's friday a holy day for muslims of course a lot of people have reported those who live as far as one and i wait for the scene of the blast they have reported their open doors being shut of slammed shut windows shattering and shaking people just generally very unnerved by the situation again we're getting also getting reports of people that we know in the area there is widespread panic all over the place such explosions have a have a have a husband didn't you group since two thousand and eight so a lot of people are naturally very nervous there are reports of body parts on fences in the surrounding area the buildings of course have been destroyed the ones that are actually in the area of the blast so obviously all the rubble with the furniture with the wires with the electricity everything is on the street it's
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a total mess people can't get in or get out of the area firefighters working at the scene hospitals reporting shortage of blood encouraging people to come in and don't need the blood of course so really very desperate of time is very desperate time in beirut right now nothing definite is known but there are already voices saying that this is a spillover from the conflict that's happening just across the border in syria and the sunni shia standoff in beirut is already starting to rise up again it was kind of a bad burner but now it may be gripping the country once again. and some lebanese m.p.'s are already accusing the syrian regime of being behind the blast but i beirut based expert on the middle east says these allegations are dictated by politics. already we have the now the political element coming into play some elements of the march fourteenth movement which is known to be anti bush even before it was known who was killed in this explosion they quickly pointed the finger at the syrian government
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now with us on the head of intelligence security who apparently has a main killed more targeted that he is known to be actually a robot fourteen is known not to be one of the supporters not to be very very likable personally all those who are in government so i think now this would only lead to more and more fingers from march fourteenth i mean from their west and how is it being pointed at syria the question which must be raised in all of these cases is a who benefits from such an act i think you know if the syrian government does go ahead although we don't have any information but if it does go ahead with acts i think it's only in the during itself in committing suicide so. is the syrian government as such is that us towards our government i myself don't see so. and there's more to come for you in a few minutes to stand. a
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texas mom was arrested and thrown in jail orange jumpsuit and all for neglecting her kids who were playing in front of her house for just a little while a concerned neighbor and sort of say walking across the street you know to talk to the unintended children to find out what's going on went to the total sheep mode and immediately called nine one one because children playing it is truly an emergency worth the police's time but i guess it was worth their time because they showed up and slap the cuffs on the mother who claimed that she was there the whole time and of course to punish you for ignoring your children briefly while they play you'll get thrown behind bars because that makes sense where does this culture of fear come from if you leave your kids alone on your own property why does that mean that they are certainly going to die there are dangers out there believe me but living in constant fear abuses your children far worse that's just my opinion.
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wealthy british scientists on. the. market. come to. find out what's really. happening to the global economy with max conjure for a no holds barred look at the global financial headlines tune into kinds a report on. what's the strangest attempt of
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a military takeover of. the u.s. president trying to overthrow a foreign country's government but his strategic game was lost. and america recognized its defeat. the. question is if cuba managed to cope with its victory all don't talk to. me i leave you think you are you go but the roger. the cuban missile crisis games and reality t.v. . will there be a war on iraq. friend or foe is missile defense offensive. stuff u.s. election close to the twenty second one arts.
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this is r.c. welcome back britain is braced for a wave of demonstrations against the austerity policies imposed by the conservative government tens of thousands are expected to descend on london marching from all corners of the country belfast and glasgow will also witness protests action and journalist neil clark explains why people are so disillusioned with the coalition i can't recall in my lifetime a government becoming so unpopular so quickly when they came in trying to within a year you know people the anger because what's happened is that the paint are not being affected by these one percent are doing very well thank you very much whereas the burden is falling on the poor the disabled have had their benefits cut the government all they can do is say we're going to keep the plan a cut cut cut to make it worse but of course one percent are doing ok government
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represent the one percent there's real real was hatred of this government now because it's not just i can't call us it it seems to be a very out of touch arrogant arrogant government of very rich people you know a government of millionaires and i think i can't see david cameron being reelected in twenty fifteen i just got people in bahrain continue to pound the streets of the capital nama day after day as they demand political reform on thursday the rally saw violent scenes as a policeman was killed in a bomb blast the regime is accused of gagging voices critical of the ruling family in the latest incident until monica tweets all full man arrested and charged with different nations regular protests in bahrain have been going on for more than again to half and from the country's largest opposition party says western nations turn a blind eye to the kingdom. to protect trust. we're not seeing the measures
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that been taken against what their theory and. international community is soft known words with religion want only one being calling for the international community to be assertive we don't want them to help us and over the growing go to jeanne what we want what are you talking about. do not proceed to stern with us we seize on the. democracy is very important for us on the front and didn't international bodies but unfortunately when it comes to these countries this is the side that's why we've been victims of this strategy. the cia has told the white house and one small crowds which could see more controversial u.s. missions by the unmanned aircraft in pakistan that despite us the test text suggesting eighty percent of those killed in such strikes are civilians and anthony shadid from the center for advanced defense studies believe the drones are actually
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intelligence. what you see is the president the the private prison mr h. the obama white house becoming overreliant on drones one of the things about those that these drones are part of the kill capture program but what we forgotten is the capture part of the program dead men tell no tales and we have created a dearth of intelligence by the fact we would capturing people who are interrogating them that's why you saw a lot of things going on regarding this resurgence of al qaeda troops is a county network was used to our benefit during the soviet occupation is being used against us now because we failed to understand the politics of pakistan and we're suffering the results of it again good human intelligence would help solve this using drones to chilled mid-level leaders is not helping is creating the next generation of leaders who are more committed to the death and destruction of united states and our allies much more than the ones we were dealing with before. the u.s. election campaign is in its final phase as they two thousand tons of the bottle to
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win are the flashing voted with the race expected to be close i'll see the president off with it i have a new theory is that these phantoms of of the blood could be compromised. electronic voting machines owned by a company with strong republican ties are set to count the vote in ohio which very well could determine the outcome of the two thousand and twelve us presidential election so is there a chance that mitt romney could steal this election this week let's talk about that do you think it's possible that mitt romney could steal the election i think it's very possible i think it's close and it's going to come down to the last minute so it's going to be something a little like that that could sway it which is unfortunate yeah and a lot of people don't even know about it they just think oh well he won so that that yeah what do you do about it. for barrage. of people on the street they talk about i mean if mitt romney wins a movie macand
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a. it's that simple that simple one of my ficus houses one day they'd be the third party would win the election no it didn't matter it doesn't matter where the you know green libertarian conservative whatever just to break the halls of the two party system and if he's a she that wouldn't be bad either right so i want to magically say he has no use to that does it concern you that there's things like this in our country in general for sure that kind of thing shouldn't shouldn't really happen. but i guess it does it happens a lot of places you would never find out about you know why don't we find out about this stuff why isn't there more transparency about what's really going on because like you say there's lots of money and whether or not you think romney's going to steal the election the bottom line is those evil voting machines in ohio are owned and operated by a company whose employees have given hundreds of thousands of dollars to the romney campaign so they very well could be determining who wins ohio a state that often determines who wins the election.
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and we're keeping a close eye on the upcoming u.s. elections on the two top candidates and china will also help provide said policy and independent candidates with the states to have their say in a live televised debate tonight on monday for special coverage of the race for the white house. will there be a war on iran china friend or foe is missile defense offensive where they're trying to date stunt the u.s. election up close october twenty second on our team. stay with us for the kinds of reporting just a few. it's perched atop a jar and the view from the kremlin stretches as far as the eye can see. for
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a city to all of siberia for centuries. it lost its economic importance even before it was bypassed but a chance a barren railway but the a spiritual center. things like these are a yearly occurrence thousands of orthodox worshippers did themselves and blessid water to commemorate the baptism of jesus. the matter with it doesn't matter if it's minus thirty it's a siberian tradition i gave myself every year for everyone to overcome their worst fears it is desired to take the plunge. but that's picture postcard church is the story of a city built by opportunist explorers political exiles and crafty fur traders.
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in the fifteen eighties the russians had only just conquered siberia taking it from the muslims. surrounded by enemies to be their stronghold constructed on top of the city but soon enough it became an economic hub siberian fire was the oil of its time bringing in a third of the state revenue but the location had of the uses for the russians. to moscow's one of the most popular places to send political dissent is not any people were exiled that once a giant bell that was used to incite riots was supposed to set a three hundred ten. the russian the crowd. a revolt against the eight hundred twenty five known as the decembrists. they created a replica high society adopting the latest fashions as soon as they came out or at
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least once they made it from paris to siberia but the city also served up some bitter irony for the russian royal family after the bolshevik revolution. this is the office was nicholas the second spend most of the last year of his life his whole family had been exiled here they were the fairly comfortable existence this was a big house but they weren't allowed to see visitors or go outside themselves leaving this ordinary normal countryside lifestyle they even had thoughts of escape but within the year bizarre and his family would be dead. never again its political significance but the streets will always echo with a glorious past and will likely provide the livelihood force inhabitants in the future.
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download the official application. choose your language stream quality and enjoy your favorite. t.v. is not required to watch on t.v. all you need is your mobile device more charting any time and. more news today violence has once again flared up. these are the images. from the streets of canada. giant corporations are all.
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kaiser on the kaiser report let me tell you about the very rich they are different from you and me they live in an economy that isn't plunging a place where the bridges of banks not collapsed yes you lead reside in a world with a health system and where one can actually retire and with a separate but not equal legal system in which mugging rape and pillage are not clones yes the extremely elite are extremely different from you and me states your number. yes max you and i and the rest of us out there live in the world of this first headline visualising america's economic freedom. so the us is currently eighteenth globally in terms of economic freedom in this is
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the lowest position it's ever been usually it's up a number two or three and what has caused the drop well according to the report on the economic freedom the number one reason ramifications from the wars on terrorism and drugs well yeah freedom drop free for all of us radio and america's plunging because they're wasting all this money and resources on wars and the folks are experiencing ever closer. to the permanent present state. is going to present business it's very lucrative business stacy ever does well i've got all my money invested in american prisons because as he's written any it's continue to allow themselves to be incarcerated for profit i'm going to get rich oh ah. well we have covered the fact that the number one counties in terms of wealth in america are.

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