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they want to be able to start restart exports as an independent country the government will not accept what they're going to do there is anyone's guess that ruled out force but ruled out more bloodshed you know they don't want to return to two thousand and eleven were lots of people were killed so at the moment very the government could be is completely stuck on don't know what you can do with pretty much nothing you can do so unless they agree to the east becoming a separate country i think we're going to see the disruption continue for some months yet thank you for talking to us very much appreciate it. so this week the twitter trading debut took the new york stock exchange by storm the share price jumped seventy three percent raising more than one billion dollars but another storm that's been brewing is the n.s.a. spying scandal and it's interesting that despite the latest revelations over spy intrusions social media companies such as facebook and google continue to rise why
do we no longer care that our personal details are being sold on to make these multi billion dollar companies even more money. and expert analysis on this right here from like engram from the g c. so with that in mind mike with all this buying allegations going on why is it that these social media companies continue to rise so martz ok.d. i think is a big picture reason where we are in a row world really where growth remains elusive you saw the e.c.b. cut rates yesterday because growth in the eurozone and inflation appear to be over downside so any companies which the market could identify as having a strong growth profile are going to be very much in development what we've seen in twitter is a combination of factors where it's a product which has brand recognition or about two hundred thirty million users of twitter worldwide plus this very very strong growth story that the question of course raises is always already very much in. the price of twitter and i think the
consensus today seems to be that with we haven't closed just below forty five dollars a share this is this is pricing and growth in this company which is probably not going to materialize do you think mike that at some point we're going to get a backlash because clients information is is being shared by these companies do you think at some point this social media market is going to crash. i think is a possibility although you know one thing. very well aware of is that you know the public has a very short attention span as you know where is the whole n.s.a. spying allegations a few months back the headlines for all of it it's all been pushed back into the background because we're assuming that the same people who are worried about information sharing with the social media companies are the same people who would draw you the share prices of the day on a daily basis i would say they aren't necessarily saying people will go for instance on twitter but fifty percent of the company went to large institutional
investors. in mountain pleasure b.d.c. partners. now if the success of the twitter debut has got you wondering about other successful tech i.p.o.'s let's have a look at how they got on in their day so if you invested thousand us dollars an ape a friend says that would be worth twenty seven thousand u.s. dollars today we got amazon just sad we were two hundred thirty six thousand and if you bought microsoft stock back in one thousand nine hundred eighty five you would have three hundred seventy eight thousand dollars so i bet you're kicking yourself right now if we did now in hindsight brilliant thing isn't it. time because now they're going to start with russia's biggest airport is going to release some euro buttons in london actually do with their business expansion. is currently operating at close to full capacity and without investment cannot increase ties.
does it have to trot three hundred fifty million a year right. down to it is top carrier host rush's airflow can save it from bankruptcy at the county up to three hundred million euro looks at the top of the da almost a billion euro the deal while it's democracy at. goldman sachs in d.c. b. capital over forty by thirty seven is a stake in russian but it's great which is the country begins to provide out if it is services it drops are all in the top ten in the wall begin to turn over all the two point one billion dollars. right now get out of the business desk and join it was just time i saw it house investors see what he's been up to now so in last week it was a bit of a night about all round that i think you're logging without one you can absolutely . are you recovering. well i'd like to say that everything was a swimming success katie there's always good news and bad news but in this case the
good news is that i'm alive the bad news is i took another beating in fact if you remember i went with gazprom and energies they lost one and a half percent which means i am down to one hundred forty dollars this week which brings my total down to nine thousand three hundred thirty six dollars not doing too well not into well sean i can get a step. i'm thinking you need some kind of a strategy in place you can't just grab a pen and just any old silly basis it's all about strategy that is who i am in fact if you recall last week i went to the audience so i decided to get a little help from our viewers to see what they had to say got a lot of really good suggestions one of them was for the company which is the company that makes a k forty seven seven that they are weapons company i'm not about weapons it's a personal thing even though it seems like a good suggestion cause they're making a new weapon also which is
a metals company if you recall that's what got me into this mess in the first place that's what i lost most of my money on so i'm going to do something a little bit unconventional all right i am going to stay seventy five percent with gazprom to do you know trying to see if i can ride that into a wave of goodness if you will but a lot of people mention bitcoin because of the show last week and i think that that's a good idea not exactly a russian stock not exactly what we've been doing but it seems like fun so we go twenty five percent in two bitcoin and see if i can regain some of my losses and that's that's my story i'm going to stick to it all right you stick with that mr show and then i like a gasp from a big question that's quite a combinations that service is shown thomason house investor a trade with lowe's which you play just doesn't happen often. the miss universe contest. this week for the very first time and despite appearances it's not all
about big hair kills and plunging necklines are some serious cash to be made the global beauty industry is now worth three hundred fifty billion dollars i went along to the pageant to talk money. you would be forgiven for thinking about the problem the global economy is a pretty big deal but believe it or not it was a big deal but it was like back in nineteen thirty five during the great depression and it managed to get itself back into good and the lines the fifty's once the us economy was back on track adopted the second world war of course now here's twenty does seem it would have been higher with an undisclosed salary but it's revisit the hundred thousand us dollars was that he didn't design award people received products to laura and that it's adopt a holiday tomorrow but would you believe that luxury but not without it might just buy something else i also public money. that my dad always told me to
sell sorry no matter how much build. something way ten dollars or twenty dollars whatever they want to do it is geyser and if you have the interest rates of return to the words you are. just going to hit it. you know that you are going to be terribly worried so ok because they have it on them right now i was still saying fuck today for example have never won a competition i can be little bit sure but i'm going to go see it looked like a book is out well. yeah i didn't get but you know i was a coke can dream cause you don't think grow with that now moving on to the ugly side of beauty a chinese man has reportedly divorced so sued his ex-wife for given what he thought to be an extremely ugly baby girl turns out that wife had splurged hundred thousand
u.s. dollars worth of cosmetic surgery before they met which is why the baby didn't go quite like a mummy mystifying one the cool case would you believe in one hundred twenty thousand u.s. dollars on the grounds that she should have told a. well the surgery so he could have made an informed decision on whether to marry her and. now i'm thinking this step thing here hasn't been you say is in the eye of the now i may never be miss universe but i will always be catholics will be an expat thanks for watching.
president obama despite being king liberal loves to flatter the troops he loves their courage selflessness and teamwork as he said in his state of the union address but he doesn't love are there expensive injuries which the troops are going to have to pay three times more for according to yahoo news the president's administration wants to force military retirees to get out of tri-care their current plan added to obamacare the plan calls for them to raise premiums from up to ninety to three hundred forty five percent within five years one example provided by the free beacon estimates that a retired army colonel with a family currently paid four hundred sixty dollars a year for health care would have to pay around two thousand dollars make you pay even more for your war injuries apparently that's what obama's actually planning well he is reading those lovely speeches off of teleprompters people who are against the post nine eleven war against who knows what are often told that they don't support the troops well to the people who say bring the troops home never advocate tripling their health care premiums no they don't only the chicken hawks who send the troops off to die in questionable wars are the ones who want to make them pay even more for their injuries but that's just my opinion.
welcome back to us here on r t twenty minutes till the top of the hour now twenty thirteen called a year of carnage in iraq with more than seven thousand people killed in a concert in the country since january but civilian deaths stay largely unnoticed by the media so r.t. launched a special online project to keep track of them your group is going over reports on how the spike in terror attacks is destroying the hopes iraqis might have had for peace. journalist from baghdad abdul razzaq has grown used to being in the center of events but never before did he become the story himself until one day he was driving to work when suddenly. i turned towards the two storey bridge in the
car exploded and i became conscious only twelve days later finding my leg was amputated. he survived but was shocked again after finding out who was behind the attack my neighbor admitted being an al qaeda member since two thousand and seven he said killing it was a direct order he received that. this issue we should in iraq has long gone beyond six months. it has become clear iraq has become subjected to a war of genocide by terrorists targeting all spheres of life. last week mr maliki met with president obama and the two leaders agreed iraq was in urgent need of help would be signs general statements nothing concrete came out like how to save people's lives on the ground. anyone who walks in the streets at any moment may face a car bomb a motorcycle bomb or an explosive belt and any moment anyone may be killed. it's ten or eleven years now that they're talking about the new security plan but
nothing changes in the situation is only getting worse. and neither new checkpoints arrests and more constant operations seem to be enough to gain control it's nearly impossible to establish exactly how many civilians were killed in iraq since the u.s. led invasion in two thousand and three many became casualties during military operations including shootouts and a shelling some died due to a lack of healthcare and ruined infrastructure but what we're looking at now are deaths specifically from terror attacks this year alone and the figures well the figures speak for themselves you've got this kind of r.t. moscow syria pushing ahead. with chemical disarmament in accordance with agreements brokered by russia and the u.s. despite assurances from the world's chemical weapons watchdog washington is now doubting implementation of the deal though an anonymous u.s. official said there is reason to believe syria's government may be intending to hold back from destroying all its toxic deterrent washington has refused to trust
the massacres and continued to strongly backed the opposition syrian conflict expert coleman things the u.s. could be trying to draw attention away from the rebel atrocities. the west is very very desperate in syria right now they've been bogged down there now for two years with foreign mercenaries and foreign terrorist groups they've been basically sending over the border from turkey from lebanon from iraq and neighboring countries so they are not really interested in disarming syria this is not a question of disarming syria this is basically a smokescreen what they're really trying to do is cover up for their own crimes the crimes of the groups that they've been sending into syria now since two thousand and eleven these are these are clerical fascist groups extremists are funded by saudi arabia and qatar and israel and what they're trying to do is to divert attention from the terrible atrocities being committed by these groups and. government again but there is absolutely no evidence whatsoever of the use of
chemical weapons against the syrian population by the syrian government turning now to some other stories making international headlines in bulgaria around a thousand people took to the streets protesting government plans to open a refugee center in the northern town of telling demonstrators initially intended to block a railway line but instead set up a road block clashes reported country's interior minister met demonstrators and assured them that the shelter will pose any threat. protests broke out greece's thousands of activists from the country's main left wing party marched into athens against austerity this came an awkward time for the government which is facing a no confidence vote in parliament. the motion was presented over a police action that cleared out all employees from the greek national broadcaster sealing it off for five months. on friday competing armed groups exchanged gunfire in the libyan capital tripoli reportedly killing water injuring at least ten security in the country shattered by
a surge of infighting between rival armed militias meanwhile russia asked the un to investigate the security of libya's radioactive materials a stockpile of so-called yellowcake uranium in the middle of the desert is in the hands of one armed group and they have allegedly approached by a hide out with talk offers to buy the radioactive stash one chemical weapons expert says extremists tells us what extremists could do with such materials. highly radioactive itself however we did see a you write me i'm on in india some six months ago and if i did get ahold of this yellowcake. it is potentially could be used in a rage logical explosive device or just to terrify people it's not very toxic but it is radioactive and that would create a tremendous amount of terror if i did go to it everybody is terrified of radiation and we hear the horror stories from place. where accidents to occur and
yellowcake is radioactive it appears to be held in you know an unsecured stool and although it wouldn't present a a health risk for very short periods but long the exposure to it and certainly if yellowcake has ingested uranium mine is to suffer from a high degree of counts from ingesting powder. so certainly not a total surprise that concerned about it and not happy to have it in that community on go at it. prisons are aristocrats may live in luxury as homes but all that splendor comes with some crushing maintenance costs in some cases the landed gentry of yesteryear are having to take menial jobs to make ends meet artie's tessera cilia takes a look when one speaks of the british aristocracy be traditional a landed gentry or nobleman of what would imagine lavish lifestyles and grand estates as it would have been centuries ago but the reality today is not quite up
to par as it would have been in the past. i'm on what we call her the job seeker's allowance so i have to support the smart couple on a single man's loans so each of us gets five pounds a day my wife and i this isn't what one would expect to hear from an earl heir apparent to the market side of aylesbury the estate has been in the family for a thousand years but he's now in a fierce legal battle with the state's trustees with no access to his money i have no money to heat the house there is the horten with us so when my wife and i want to wash for good and for public both of them over the financial times reports high court cases of beneficiaries challenging trusts doubled from two thousand and ten to two thousand and twelve coinciding with the financial crisis the cost of looking after a large house is staggering on a yearly basis this stately home in norfolk was built in the late nineteenth
century and while much of the state remains intact parts of it have been left to wreck and ruin and restoring it to its full glory could cost up to three million pounds add to that gas electricity water maintenance the list goes on around sixty percent of british historic homes are now open to the public and use for various purposes such as weddings conferences and tours and this one in particular used to be used as a wedding venue and the reason for such diversification is to be able to generate some income for properties that are very expensive to keep them going the reality is that the cost of maintaining these houses is so great now their stocks it tend to be a very sad rich but cash pull something that holds very true for this girl even finding a job that didn't quite work out for him because there is great unemployment because of the great recession and. i'm not i don't have many skills that i can so i come across drive so i've had a few part time jobs as
a driver. delivery driver van driver lorry driver i don't know what my peers think they must think. i shudder to think what they must think of what's going on. yes and it seems a tidal can only mean so much when cash is still king duster cilia r.t. . u.s. officials rushing to israel after talks on iran's nuclear program failed to reach a deal more on that story as well as the rest of the week's highlights coming your way in about ten minutes stay with us. it's simply the fourth so i only goal in life was nothing more than making money as quickly as possible with what we got to offer the kids. so that mornings wake up no one to sleep. so it's not a kindergarten or an orphanage it's
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margy dot com is launching a special project to mark the appalling scale of violence in iraq. we want you to know. exactly what happened there i don't know but a woman got killed. piers later is when i got arrested for. for a crime i did not do. we have numerous cases where police officers lie about polygraph results. innocent people to confess to police officers don't beat people anymore i mean it just doesn't happen really. in the course of interrogation why because there's been this is like meant no because the psychological techniques are
more effective in obtaining confessions than physical abuse and they were often they could do what they wanted they could say what they wanted and there was no evidence of what they did or what they said. if you want to say that. if iraq was invaded by a coalition of the willing led by the united states then you should say that it was led by a small group of countries led by the. i'd say there's no way that you can actually are a good deal solving international community when you only represent a very small group of self interest apollo's of the term international committee
using the by each country i think first of all in order to advance their own national interest every country around the world seems to be using the term illegal such even though i don't see that i'm sorry that decisions disagree with you my friend i do not see china saying that i don't see russia saying that i don't see india say saying that i don't see brazil saying that becomes out of western capitals. you've got a lot of sneering and negative press for your engagements here in russia especially in the public appearances with food and even though they weren't explicitly political they were just supporting sports. certain people who she has become very adept at is controlling the media for example right here c.n.n. do i think c.n.n. is you know completely telling it like it is no i think you have an agenda i think through is is bought and paid for.
some. of our time. we are not blind and i don't think we're stupid u.s. secretary of state john kerry responds to israel's criticism of proposals offered to iran during talks over its nuclear program that ended an argument but no agreement. britain accused of using its berlin embassy as a listening post to spy on the german government revelations like these pushing some to take up the cause of privacy. the don't share our information about our customers if you don't have a warrant our team needs the odor of a tiny tech company resisting the far reaching operations of surveillance agencies plus. vietnam bracing itself as typhoon haiyan makes landfall with around ten thousand feared dead in the philippines we look at whether there is any defense against nature at its most ferocious.