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there are no more. things are. beyond the head of the ukrainian naval forces pledge of allegiance to the crimean people following reports that ukrainian troops stationed on the internet have joined local defense groups. i'd like to thank all the offices. of the legitimate. this is a truly historic day. resistance to rule from across the southeast of ukraine with protests in the dozen cities against the far right nationalists taking up power after the coup. and in this week's other news diplomatic swordplay between venezuela and united states as deadly clashes in caracas see washington accused of fueling the trouble. and the controversial christian group patrols the streets of london claiming it wants to counter aggressive islamification local community
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leaders fear it's actually stoking religious tensions. in the back of the past seven days top stories and the latest developments this is the weekly on r.t. international but we start with our breaking news this hour and that is that the commander of ukraine's naval forces has pledged his allegiance to the crimean people and it follows reports that ukrainian troops stationed in the peninsula were either quitting or joining local defense groups on mass effectively putting the authorities in crimea fully in charge of the territory when all is in the crimean capital and joins me live from there now maria what exactly do these developments mean. well bill on sunday the commander of ukraine's naval forces
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indeed pledged his allegiance to crimea its people swearing to strictly comply with the orders to the supreme commander of economist region mr berezovsky was appointed to the east coast earlier on saturday by the country's new or thore chase after previous commander had resigned. self-proclaimed president to a chain of signed all the necessary papers meanwhile we are hearing from crimea's officials that the situation here on the going into is now totally under their control and under the control of how we know them here self-defense squads made up of locals who are working with the nation with the regional police we see these people on the streets here in simferopol and in other cities. on the peninsula they are patrolling. the streets day and night and not only protecting governmental or strategic buildings but just ordinary streets securing. the situation here in the region we're also hearing from local authorities that
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a big number of for the ukrainian military stationed here in the crimea have started pledging their hair legions to the to the regions authorities hand we are now starting receiving pictures from these ceremonies and i hope you can see these pictures right now let's now listen to crimea's prime minister what he has to say about the latest developments here in the region. after all mark of. today on march second twenty fourteen i have issued an order by order none of the ukrainian naval forces stationed in so fast the po should have any decisions or orders given by the self-proclaimed authorities of ukraine including those of the legally appointed defense minister they must not obey any orders to use arms and to my special instruction if you comply hard and fast with. orders issued by me as the commander in chief of the autonomous republic of crimea and the city use of us the
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ball immediately conveyed this order to the personnel of the ukrainian naval forces stationed in the pole i'd like to thank all the officers who have chosen to oppose the orders of the legitimate authority this is a truly historic day. and all these columns made a dramatic split here in ukraine that was caused by events in kiev earlier this week that many here call an armed cool guitar that divided the country into those who support the country's new authorities and those who don't recognize them as egyptian its power and try to protest and even fight against them back to you bill thanks very much indeed reification over in crimea as capital well meanwhile it's not just people in crimea who refuse to recognize the new government in kiev a wave of protests are spreading across the southeast of the country to what is
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actually the chef he reports from harkov in the east of ukraine. certainly the division in the country which maria was talking about was very easily tangible here on saturday when the pro russian activists and those who are not supporting the new with authorities in kiev a clash with the so-called activists of the year in my down who are securing the local administration they managed to get inside the administration and put a russian flag on top of it they have been reports of tear gas used and scores of injured the official line of that more than a hundred people were brought to hospitals with different sorts of injuries rocks were flying sticks and bacon's were used against each other so it was pretty pretty violent here pretty much the same story has been happening well maybe not as violent doesn't have to go but along the same line what's happening in many other cities in the east of ukraine in the city of then yes can you put that all school grounds and many other cities in then yes for instance this is also one of the largest cities the industrial center of ukraine that the people of voted not to
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trust the authorities in kiev and they even called on a referendum to be held in the nearest future to decide the future of the whole region right now it's pretty much quiet but i've just listened to one of the activists of the euro my down talking in kiev from the stage that ukrainian flags must be reinstated on all governmental buildings and all local administration buildings in the east of the country where this all might go nobody knows it's pretty much a powder keg and we certainly don't know what to expect in the nearest future here in the east of the country we also the organizer of an anti-government rally in the southeastern city of. what is driving the protests that. people who come together in your patrols. never take their way is it going to the power or cultural differences in this country generally imply that we may have protection and that's this frighten the police all around the country they get them they kill
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them and the police now is just. has just lost its moral and the only way for us is to claim protection and we have gathered today all around these from ukraine number. one these groups and these are mr liberals can go to the election but first we need to have the ordinary store before the election we need to have the order is through. russia agreed the potential deployment of its military to keep the peace in crimea following a plea from local authorities after key government buildings were attacked well not now with any kind of situation is very serious and even dangerous in the autonomous republic of crimea more than half of its population is ethnic russians and they're forced to ward off attacks from radical groups that came to power in kiev as a result of last week's who now the russian president vladimir putin has addressed
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the parliament asking for the support of potential. to what he's had to say because of the extraordinary situation ukraine which represents a threat to the lives of russian citizens our compatriots in the contingent of russian armed forces located in the autonomous republic of crimea according to an international treaty as stated in the constitution of the russian federation i asked the upper house of parliament for permission to use armed forces new crane until the situation there is stabilized the federation council unanimously approved the move it was specifically reiterated by both the senators and the presidential spokesman that the deployment was optional depending on the severity of the threat to the russian at nationals living in the crimea and the south east territories of ukraine it simply gives the russian president the right to react promptly in case of infiltration of radical groups into those territories if there are attacks of
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nationalistic radicals on ethnic russians or air assaults continues similar to the ones that place on the first of march in the crimea as capital simferopol place. or to understand why crimea refuses to recognize the new leaders in care but why it has appealed to russia for help go to our website you'll find the historical background to how the internet was separated from russia and why the majority of the population want to return to r.t. dot com for full analysis. talk of russia sending troops is there to shop international response president obama has said that moscow was breaching international law and could end up isolated canada joined in by condemning putin's military intervention both of them plus britain and france have decided to suspend preparations for the forthcoming g eight summit in sochi the foreign policy chief has weighed in as well deploring russia's potential use of force and her british
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colleague says there is no excuse for outside military intervention all this despite moscow's still not having decided whether to send troops will garner has more on what was probably the strongest threat. secretary kerry threaten to isolate russia economically and politically he threatened asset freezes and visa bans he said russia may not remain in the g eight there were threats and there was criticism take a listen. it's really nineteenth century behavior in the twenty first century and there is no way to start with you just don't invade another country on phony pretext in order to assert your interests while the interviewer never asked him what about iraq what about constant threats to use force coming from washington even though secretary kerry has not received those questions they certainly kwassa the minds of those who saw the interview since when does the united states government jenny genuinely subscribe and defend to the can and defend the concepts
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of sovereignty and territorial integrity they certainly not do not at the moment in syria where they're backing militants who have taken over the border crossings in the north and in the east of the country they certainly didn't do that with libya they certainly didn't do that when they invaded iraq they certainly didn't do that when they attacked serbia over kosovo and then later on recognize cause i was in a unilateral declaration of independence the united states government really pays lip service to sovereignty and territorial integrity picks and chooses during the sunday interview secretary kerry was also asked about israel about prime minister netanyahu upcoming visit about the peace process of course on those issues we heard a very different secretary kerry careful diplomatic calling for negotiations no appeals to the white charter not a word about israel breaking international law in the u.s. supporting it to get a sense that the u.s. is appealing to the u.n.
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charter when it's in its interests. well crimean authorities were asking moscow for help the leader of ukrainian nationalist group right sector has reached chant for help to one of the world's most notorious terrorists on a social network. to step up attacks against russia the mob is the leader of the church an islamist movement and an international terrorist basically russia zama bin laden he was the mastermind of several deadly attacks on civilians in russia including the bombings of moscow's domodedovo airport and the metro system which took the lives of hundreds of people he wants to create an islamic state in southern russia ruled by shari'a law russia's foreign ministry responded to the appeal to the church of minutes and by pointing out the radical nature of many of those now in power in ukraine the leader of the ukrainian nationalists claimed that his page where the message was posted had been hacked well earlier we spoke to journalist neil clark who says that such an appeal would be in line with the anti
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russian attitude of right wing groups there in ukraine we had a lot of ukrainian hardcore neo nazis traveling out to chechnya to fight in the so-called war for separatism for russia so there's always been this link for the last twenty years or so between the most sort of hard right extremist factions in ukraine and the islamist cause in chechnya that the radical islamist cause so this is an alliance that goes back quite a long way really and of course there's a third tranche of this alliance which is the neo conservatives in the west what unites the neo conservatives in the west with ukrainian neo nazis and radical islamists in chechnya is of course their hatred for russia they will do anything however extreme to get at russia and so i think this ukrainian crisis is sort of reminding us once again this sort of axis of evil that's ranged against russia that combines neo conservatives in washington and in britain and in france and elsewhere with radical neo nazis in the ukraine and radical islamists in chechnya this really is a kind of alliance that is targeting russia and this is just a reminder really. and apparently it's not just in the tourist chechen terrorists
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that the nationalists in ukraine of appeal for help to russian border guards have detained an activist who took part in riots in the ukrainian capital and he claims there were many foreigners fighting on the streets. there were many foreigners of mine down i can even give you rough numbers there were about sixty americans who were still there there were also germans thirty to forty of them poles and turks too although i'm not sure how many but the americans were by far the most active there were also misfits from all over ukraine people without jobs without education they came because they knew there was an icky you can do anything and no one can stop you there were drugs alcohol violence it attracted them. all the latest updates about the situation in ukraine is on air and online including. in crimea ever self defense forces have become something of an attraction for locals enjoying their weekend as people pose for photos and make
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them sandwiches full story right now a website on deal. with this is r.t. international live in moscow more news after the break. winter is when the sun comes to life. away says palm trees are being harvested. people are waiting for the biggest event of the year. the desert festival. this is the. camel races have spent the last year preparing for the grueling marathon. the day before the race there's a heavy sandstorm overcoming the power of nature is a neverending challenge. a desert winter.
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the british. markets. what's really happening to the global economy. global headlines to report on. the deadly protests in venezuela which have left eight hundred people dead since last month will be the subject of talks between the u.n. secretary general and the country's representatives there have been running over the state's economic woes and addressed crime it was accused of pressuring political rivals three american diplomats some blame washington rest and the u.s. state department responded in kind where you will put from venezuela analysis dot
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com has told us that. the violence. the united states has not. charges for a long time and so has the conservative government in colombia both governments know various ways whether it is supporting paramilitaries going to going to sway from colombia or also the us government supporting opposition groups with funding and with the public statements that for example kerry recently gave secretary of state kerry which essentially gives you an opposition a shot and you are because he. made it there are protests even though it's quite clear that most of the protests are are being violent and are seeking calm protection. for this more notices on the crisis in venezuela as well as some striking images from the recent violent rallies on our web site that international
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pressure wasn't the only reason iraq had to rethink over its nuclear policies spiritual issues might be one of the key factors to iran is dramatically reducing its atomic program. plus covering the head for religious reasons by muslim women has caused much control will see in some european countries but faith says there is no problem with doing it on a football pitch more common. the rise in hate crimes against muslims is proving a major challenge for britain muslim patrols displays of islamic extremism in the daylight murder of a soldier in london have all fuelled a violent sentiment and now a vigilante christian group is taking justice into its own hands. i want it to be so hard for the big kids given the christian prolifically there's any patrol in town also in the hills of the small but make sure it's muslim patrols a new political group calling themselves britain first have responded by forming
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what they've dubbed christie and patrols and this patrol comes complete with vehicle proof the bullet proof the whole thing is a t. joins the as they took to the streets in east london where we had in full. why the area because that's where the behalf of the folks. was to make fun of the group has been described as far right many of their members a former b.m.p. or e.t.l. they really get to differentiate themselves from these grapes and insist they don't want to be associated with violence but tactics such as baiting where members stand with big cans to try and lure out the muslim patrols have proven controversial and some members of the creep have already faced the rest we'll hear. problems for anyone to be. sure you're trying.
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to confront them do you think the christian patrols intimidating. despite having a poorly condemned the muslim patrols at the time the east london mosque has been singled out by the christian patrol for criticism the mosques say they feel caught in the middle and are worried the patrol could inflame fragile community relations our community certainly feels threatened by his antics the public needs to understand is that none of these groups represent the mainstream community or wider society out on london streets and well there's not much support to be found here either. first. you shouldn't have the solution love and sorry. do you think it's all going to be completely peaceful. there are going to be moments where obviously i think there's
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a potential for trouble there always will be there's nothing we can do to avoid that. yeah just leave these members of the public. to some fun but that's not what we've been told since a number of arrests last year the muslim patrols have gone to ground despite the christian patrol activity the muslim patrols. not taken the bait. in other international news now anti-government protesters in the turkish capital ankara were met by police using tear gas and water cannon illustrators pelted security forces with stones and hold works while chanting. turkey's prime minister is accused of massive corruption after recordings emerged purporting to be of him and his son discussing how to stash money the premier denounced the tapes as fake.
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police increase security in western china after knife wielding attackers massacred up to thirty three people have a row with station over one hundred forty more were injured as a gang randomly stabbed commuters waiting for their train connections security forces shot dead four of the attackers in captured one suspect incident has been branded a terror act carried out by ethnic separatists. the death toll from a bomb that went off in a busy market in nigeria has risen to at least fifty one match children are among the victims the number of casualties rises as rescue troops have been finding more rebels more bodies in the rubble and no one's admitted carrying out the attack but suspicion has fallen on the extremist because group which has long terrorized the country in its attempt to introduce sharia law. if your policy of labeling nuclear power as one of the greatest threats to the environment has left germany in desperate need of alternative resources was obviously a couple of reports the race for green energy could be doing even more damage.
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welcome to outer wash population two hundred forty one it's a place that steeped in history the bell in this church was forged before columbus sailed for america and locals here have centuries old claim to the land it's we're all rick schultz was born and it's where he intends to die his family has owned this farm since fifteen sixty she learned a trade from his father and plans to hand the business down to his son. this has been our homeland for centuries it means everything to us but my family and my fellow villagers here face a terrible prospect our homes could soon be raised and our businesses destroyed. it's what's beneath the land an estimated two hundred fifty million tonnes of brown coal that threatens to wipe out a wash and two nearby villages off the map they have machines or strip mining the ground lignite or brown coal and you can see above vast size of this operation
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a coal mine behind me is already the size of several small towns but the company. wants to grow this we dish energy giant wants to double the size of the open cast mine vote and fall needs more lignite for its power plant one of the dirtiest in europe the local children call it the cloud making factory it's one of the most polluting fossil fuels and it's supposed to be a thing of the past germany gets nearly twenty five percent of its electricity from solar and wind with a goal of eighty percent renewables by twenty fifty yet the country burned more brown coal last year than at any time since the one nine hundred ninety s. the dirty downside of chancellor merkel's nuclear phaseout more than nine hundred villagers are at risk of being displaced and for some there's a feeling of history repeating itself in this region thousands had been resettled after the second world war when the communist governments depended on brown coal to
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power its cities and factories. it makes me furious just furious first the government comes in starts developing alternative sources of energy and now we've come back to brown coal i feel very disillusioned we simply can't go back to old practices. residents have launched their own campaign to keep the diggers at bay but it's questionable if they can keep up the fight these are tiny villages with aging populations facing an energy giant with deep pockets a definitive decision has yet to be made on the fate of the villages if does move then it likely won't be for many more years and approval by state authorities is still pending although local activists aren't optimistic so the three villages will basically be gone if the plans of the prince. go through the parliament through. to be moved. our laws protect the interests of the coal mining industry and the
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industry managed to convince politicians that if the country abandons cold l.b. major problems with electricity supply quite honestly. the company has said that it will recreate outer wash elsewhere a church for a church it promises house for a house but for residents like all rick schultz giving up is simply not an option and of. the here. my ancestors fought in the thirty year war with sweden in the seventeenth century and they defended this land and i will also stand firm and fight for my land i cannot imagine what happens if i lose this battle. reporting in outer wash germany and the sea captain of. news continues in just have a half an hour from now in the meantime down and out on drugs living the high life in the city of angels to report in just a minute here nazi. judy
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cox a utah mother out of spite but an entire line of t. shirts at a popular chain store at her local mall the reason that she bought them was because she feels that the images of nearly naked women on them violate her local towns decency code she wants to make it clear though that she feels the store has the right to sell this type of shirt just not displayed in an exterior window ultimately her plan is to return the shirts on day fifty nine of the store's sixty limit let's hope for her sake they don't have a no return policy i bring this up because this is a great example of a nonviolent form of protest that actually works it caused a scandal and more importantly it will make the company lose a few dollars technically the girls on the shirts are even fully exposed believe me i checked thoroughly and i would even call them r. rated the local communities have the right to be more conservative than the rest of the nation if they want to be. and it's good that judy cox actually did something rather than just sitting at home on the air complaining about moral decay across
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the country hey if a housewife from a small mormon community could stand up to the man what's stopping you but that's just my opinion. we can't we know if. you can. choose to. choose the stories but if you. choose the access to. in response to the intense law enforcement and skip around some local residents needed their child to watch the police. my mother in law father both came to california in one nine hundred fifty six and they both got a job downtown l.a.
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working their bullocks department store on seventh and broadway. my father had been living downtown is since. but my mother she lives out in the projects the bad part of it was that i ended up hanging out in my mother's old neighborhood where i ended up joining the games and so for near i got into my diction my addiction landed me in front of the judge. because you're doing robberies he said you have to go to state prison so they say as soon as me to an eighteen year state prison. when i was doing my time in prison i became really more radical i was on the revolutionary side before i got out you know i i promised all brothers that when i get out i would give back for all the wrong that i've been doing this gang member growing up in my life right so when i got out the first thing i did was i came back to steal a role. so one day to bicycle
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security goes from the business improvement different color suburban shirts had just one twisted home up in the air and it was about to break the woman on so i say what are you doing man this is little woman cohen goes you crazy because i got shot a pick she got by i say so you go to break girl because you got a pipe so the lady was free man i know i know i'm yours i like it right so she tried to run she opened up her head to learn to go i see my letter going so they let it go and she opened up her hand it was a nice lighter so i told myself when i was a homeless in medicine that we don't but it's for sure i'm still the general so i tell myself i've got to go get me some soldiers while i'm you know walking around in a. i talked to one of my friends and he told me mayo you need to go to l.a. can they do that. and so from him witnessing an injustice a day later he's. gone through leadership development classes and now three years later he's lead human rights work and as my job is to is to keep trying to wake up
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the messes you know and keep you know exploiting you know standing with the system is doing. a personal hero and i think all. the time general. and the reason i admire him so much as the reason i admire so many people . he's really somebody who grew up here and i'm now sperms are always energy basically trying to from the rights of other folks to their. general did nine years and stay pain six of those nine years were in solitary confinement. is the individual that if you listen to the policy makers if you listen to people with money and wealth and power there's no rehabilitating. you know he's a career criminal. i guess you would have said the same thing about malcolm malcolm x. he was a career criminal and now he's on
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a postage stamp. basically. and even. down on skid row out on the prowl. looking. a smile. i saw a big picture saw what i came from saw was going on now and that's what really helped me open my eyes far did every post my field today the reason why i get up and go do what i do every day you know when i go work for you but oh yeah that's me . as first responders to emergency calls the skid row fire station. north america. back in the mid seventy's the city made a policy that skid row would be a contained preserved area much like an indian reservation or a ghetto where the unwashed wanted would be contained literally.
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for humanitarian reasons that it would be easier to. keep people off from. the river or. one of the other important things to understand about skid row is that it's not primarily a homeless population and people tend to think it is and it's really critical people understand that because if you think of skid row is primarily a homeless population that's one set of issues with one set of solutions then you build large shelters and if you do it the way some people at city hall would like it you would build them out in the desert that's not what skid row is skid row is principally endangered low income residential community in the fifty blocks of skid row there are sixty five what we call single room occupancy housing without this housing people in the area would have nowhere to go who in the private or the public sector for a single adult who's total income is a two hundred twenty three dollars check. the majority of people in this community
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. service are social security argy all and so. we call this community a hole because what we can afford. to do we have to go to the community redevelopment agency moratoriums the. lower income housing units into condos in los. we lost a thousand units in about three or four year period from about two thousand to two thousand and four. and took the city a long time to respond with a moratorium on losing that housing. which new people who come in the. higher income levels and economically the older people were forced to leave. and all these uptown are still want to come and have their sort of disneyland manhattan experience they have other options to other communities they can go to but the poor skid row really have no other housing anywhere at all almost
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anyone would say if you've got to be crazy why would you save skid row what is the possible value of saving a skid row if you think about it by if thousands of people on main street lose their housing that's thousands of people for whom the city will have to build a massive and costly shelter system and makes far more sense to preserve the housing the poor live in and let the poor continue to pay their own brand so makes good economic sense not just good social and moral sense for the city to in fact preserve the housing that's in the skid row area. there are a lot of empty lost in the area the city could convert that into housing for me under. sixteen to twenty four thousand dollars a year or more and. support of housing them housing with the services. for the forty percent of your return true or. anywhere from forty to one hundred thousand dollars a year people through emergency room records or storms or. this
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is the famous insurer you should revise your dreams for you there's no. leno. a good guy up in the tree line evolving getting it there they are what we're there so i want to hear. that am i doing this here they are canceling it they never do that.
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every three minutes to feel for. her read. this here's a reasonable thing that they do down here they're harassing people topple over and they'll stop saying person maybe a five times in one day and this goes on all day loaded just cloudesley if you were a white t. shirt and shorts you're considered a good dope they are arguing so that probable cause to be stopped which is. no where in the world in a neighborhood kid has not been street not five off not great nowhere but downtown austin slowly place a good good bet. that you can court is neighborhood still crying all day you just did a street all day but it could downtown all since black large brown you can still sidewalk can still break can't close street kid is this
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a plantation. for years officials turned a blind eye to skip around in two thousand and six the chaos finally caught the city's attention fifteen new police officers were deployed to an area less than one square mile in size. the safer city soonish it cost the city of los angeles six million dollars in its first year alone. they say for surveys initiative that was launched on september two thousand and six and on the drawing board since two thousand and two it was originally called the homeless reduction strategy that was launched with a vengeance and september of two thousand. it was an effort that was really chartered by mayor of the ever go chief bratton as a comprehensive approach to skid row. there were going to be two projects there was going to be a serious crackdown on what was called serious crime and skid row and then there
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was to be a big expansion of services. well one of those things happened and the other one didn't. him to your services to come in so hard with the enforcement without having the the enhancement patients getting the services that are necessary to make this album community it's kind of backwards if you make me get off the sidewalk where i'm going to homeless where i'm going with you till you go where my grower you know take me. so there were are going to sit here i can't stand here i can't lay here so no where do i go when you look at the kind of very arrogant skin that when you see the drug dealing. like you need prostitution and the prey not endless we have every right and every responsibility giver sponsibility to address and i stand behind you see cities in
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the city people leave on the. weekend and. you would think that the mayor was you know east in the way talked about safer cities you would think it was mother teresa. instead of being the most fascist democrat and the most the you know he's always allowed the fascists to take over his city administration the manhattan institute and as far as i'm concerned up from my perspective chief bratton runs his stand city and i don't know why we have a mayor. grew up you fools you. will. see quality of life here and check this was the last time that maybe three. police chief william bratton made his name cleaning up new york city with the controversial broken windows theory of crime reduction. safer sees how to implement the same policy and he seemed. to same tactics that was shown and broken windows
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theory in new york right when i say concept by you the same way he justified new york in the same way you claim. on june the file go california by the us was a really devastating four hours of the people here especially people with disabilities the first year there were. arrests in your area as a voter over thirteen girls or people were twelve citations issued most for starters lawyers literary jury or. some more who are under thirty dollars for their members or a warrant for their arrest. a . child of our legal rights.
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to the. pain of the young girls cam all for the future hunter. between two and three hundred million guns united states so you can act like they're not here and keep kids away from them. the pass' that is they law or you know i mean this teaches them a lot of for us both ability to contemplate through the eyes of children if we can't do it for our children for our future what is the cultural force. in two thousand and seven one of the first things released by wiki leaks was a secret video recording that actually looked like a video showing two american i actually collect talk to opening fire on a dozen people in iraq and this is not a means to live in
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a society of images of violence become normal this is what the sense of isolation and lack of empathy look like. when we try and experience control spectacle. disassociate. in body and actions from the table we all sat as i said certain kinds of. i absolutely am frightened of the potential games desensitize people we know they can because the military uses games and. all the war is not simply put it is chilling and chilling exacts a penalty of the trial or. people for whom. it is defined by the popular media.
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everybody gives jaywalking tickets this way to get the check if all sorts of warrants have to go to every time a change trying to do something to get a jaywalking ticket right up the street here i've had guns put them ahead by the. finest several times for a smoke americal medical marijuana if that i realized i got is now on and a marijuana pipe and i got the medical marijuana card to let you go but that's you have to sit there with the hairs on your head these guys are all shakey and they got their guns to your head you're on your knee and knees with guns you had five six console got the guns on your door look like i got some place to hide a weapon. i remember just the sight of a pretty ricky officers walking down the street with white gloves on they walked up to a oh you can't be there you need to everybody go get out you know and they lie folds up against the wall hey they threw coffee all out on the street. six places in seventh place side lot selling. put everything on the street civil
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liberties or something that belong to people who live west of main street or. beyond little tokyo or in the south park area there are no civil liberties honored at all in the skid row area and outs known by the city attorney's office it's known by the mayor it's known by everybody at city hall but nobody cares. we say with some of these people stuff i went through are all mine just up the street because the police kept a line to clean it and i threw those people stuff in the street because they were going to clean that sidewalk. back and right up and that was all of blankets on people's hands and they'd been. stolen they lost their blankets and.
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the place was down the line i mean surveys gone clean sidewalk and they were. skid row is full of contradictions. it can be violent. but it can also be a refuge. a place to go well. find acceptance. to be free. one of the first people that i met and there was robert. he came a soul mate. lover he became my guy. have a dream of being married to my guy i want to walk down. without. you know that delusion. that's one of my greatest. people to sidewalk and take. some time. just to get off the sidewalk because my days are people to
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me. let me beg you let me live to sleep in your house and i have to get back. so i do i feel like doing something with i'm free to do other things when i hope people don't know tonight you know could be called because you got a call to a full blown something. real right. now i'm not on skid row anymore or caramel place it's insane and i got my section eight i'm off the street i'm sober and i made compliant capon occupy to keep comes the. part fresh out the dumpster gotta love dumpster dive man if i start to get stuff you know you forget you need these things you would never think about that you need you need the dish soap and you just wrote spray you know cooking oil and salt and pepper and toilet paper and cleaning
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supplies and a broom and a mop this is my lovely walk of fame this got all my pictures my certificates of completion this one here is a star for get from the class foundation this is a thirty day primary detox this one here i have to say i'm transgendered which was a tough one to get and this was and i was very completion for homeless court i got total like one hundred fifty tickets and what i had to do is go and check myself and to get at least to me this by getting into a program so for as long as i was in a program the courts are cool about all the tickets and this one has a picture of my dad and my step mom i like to feel the ocean of the hotel but i don't really like their faces so i just kind of stuck a tack i tried i had a little picture of my cable they got my baby when she was a girl kind of that's right she's my youngest are cats found with two or three this is that because he condos this is the main house and over here would be to guest house you know i was from skid row with this tent was on skid row with me and now
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it's in my living room and the cops can't comment tell me to pack up my. because can't check to see if i got a popeye from their. pipes over here i rather have a couch. and a chair or don't have a ten i have to sleep on a couch and there i think fits me more because i've been in a tent for so long i don't want to forget how i got here and large this is a symbol of what i was what i could be and what i could have been and what i was this is smart house inside my house which is the best house in the world. it's not about what i did. and. i'm still trying to become the best and i still can it doesn't matter. what age they breached you know i'm still their mother now the toughest job that i have now is taking care of me. i can't come
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full circle because i never. had a full circle. i want to keep getting better and i want to do things so i'm going to therapy is the first time in my life that there will be does. i know that deep down inside there is an illness growing. boiled over at this point i don't even realize it but i'm scared to death to find out really. sick in the. scary people always say you know what you know just go to therapy maybe talk to somebody and you hear that so much and you think it but who wants to just go and you know because that's all i did all my life was just how. to see maybe the web person wasn't listening if skid row is a step away from the pits of pale thank god i'm not in here because that one little
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step makes a damn big difference because this is held this up i have been lying. i . a link to. ok here for now. are on carol. lee as the is a part of my life because she's a very special person she's very special and dear mom hard ok when you come into my home abode liers pictures on the wall. ok so you know my well for his coalition to go who is a little boy there is no your business. and we're living in his golden hour is really what i think about all the time. you probably know him and. there are many enough for her son.
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in the house to become rich. our beyond. maybe sixty acres and sometimes i should care our own house ketches mean he she can yammer on all the trash. they'd ever be fenced off from harry by you know for a foreigner move and go bombing the. collective. stores just so she could store. for that oh garbus. because that makes her happy you can t. makes me contain when i see she have. jesus me this. followed. it's do him. very. good through. year. b.
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. me a year. with. no need for. you. danny harris is maintaining a surprise he began on skid row today he is an assistant coach at iowa state university and he recently got married. bam bam still lives in section eight housing. he recently reconnected with his daughter and is living with hiv. linda is singing with a gospel band she remains hopeful about her health and plans one day to marry rather. gentle doak on continues to advocate for the homeless through his community work with l.a.
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can't. to try it finally got her own apartment in a building with four of surfaces. she's still a member of flat. land was homeless for twenty four years in two thousand and eight she moved into lamp large she continues to feed the cats and birds of skip around every night. early on easter morning two thousand and nine. k.k. and another man named tommy heyse were shot and killed inside a skid row residential hotel. he was forty nine years old old
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a fellow children of the industrial revolution we come face to debate seems to be running out of steam as well as boil coal gas water and old trees. we supplied this energy crisis so i guess yes we are the rich assholes. as wise and more such as possible just futuristic yes the keystone x.l. pipeline. through the. winter is when the sahara comes to life. away says palm trees are being harvested. people are waiting for the biggest event of the year. the desert festival. this is true it is very out of this nation leading camel races have spent the last year preparing for the grueling marathon. the day before the race there's a heavy sandstorm overcoming the power of nature is
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a never ending challenge. a desert went up. to the wheel caught on the roadside just a car skidded at breakneck speed and fell into a ditch and i was thrown out of the car she was like a broken dome it wasn't a single hole piece left us and i thought if i lift and had a chance to start my life from scratch i would start making goals to help children and then right after he was born the baby was all in casts. his legs are getting bigger and the ortho sister get too small so we have to order new ones said lorna has raise money for us she helps us to get a leg braces five years after my potentially fatal injuries in a car crash i gave birth to my little niece says i think she's my reward for helping all those children who are selling the dolls to buy life for the children.
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if you leave with these economic ups and downs in the finance column on thursday the london new york sank night and the rest of that life during the casey will be everything on the law. dramas that can't be ignored to the. stories others refused to notice. the first since changed the world rights never. sold pictures of today's leaves long gone to from around the globe to
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the local. t.v. . beyond. the head of the ukrainian naval forces pledges allegiance to the crimean people following reports that ukrainian troops stationed on the peninsula have joined local defense groups. of the legitimate authority this is a truly historic. resistance to rule from spreading across the southeast of ukraine with protests in a dozen cities against the far right nationalist taking up power after the coup. in this week's other news diplomatic swordplay between venezuela and united states as deadly clashes in caracas and beyond see washington accused of fueling the trouble. controversial christian group patrols the streets of london claiming it
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wants to counter aggressive islamification and local community leaders fear. religious tension. i could be past seven days and the latest developments this is the weekly on international well that we start with breaking news this hour and that is that the commander of ukraine's naval forces has pledged his allegiance to the crimean people it follows reports that ukrainian troops stationed in the peninsula were either quitting or joining the french groups on mass effectively putting the authorities in crimea fully in charge of the territory. has more. on sunday the commander of ukraine's naval force pledged his allegiance to crimea its people swearing to strictly comply with the orders to the supreme commander of the autonomy this region mr berezovsky was appointed to the post by the country's new
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all thought earlier on saturday after the previous commander had resigned all the necessary paper is were signed by ukraine's self-proclaimed president mr cheney let's not listen to what this experienced officer had to say exactly why i did this because of q. swear alleges to the people of the tournaments republic of korea merely here a city of sevastopol i swear to comply with the orders of the supreme commander of crimi and the commanders of military units approved by him and with the requirements of milk through glacial ice where i would be for military duty and protect the life and freedom of the residents of creamier the city of sevastopol we're also hearing that the ukrainian military stationed here in the crimea have started pledging on mass their allegiance to the regional authorities said earlier crimea as prime minister claimed control under police military security and all
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other services here in the region and today we heard an official statement from mr external shortly after or marked with. today on march second twenty fourteen i have issued an order by order none of the ukrainian naval forces stationed in so fast a poll should have any decisions or orders given by the self-proclaimed authorities of ukraine including those of the legally appointed defense minister they must not obey any orders to use arms until my special instruction if you comply hard and fast with orders issued by me as the commander in chief of the autonomous republic of crimea and the city of sevastopol immediately conveyed this order to the personnel of the cranium naval forces stationed in service to pole i'd like to thank you. all the officers who have chosen to pay the orders of the legitimate authority this is a truly historic. meanwhile we're hearing from crimea's officials that the situation here on the peninsula is now totally under their control and under the
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control of how we know them here so called self defense schools made up of locals who are working in coordination with regional police we see these people here on the streets of the capital simferopol and in other crimean cities they are patrolling streets day and night and not only protecting governmental buildings or strategic areas but actually all they see. well the latest developments we're hearing now is that the authorities in kiev have dismissed the commander of ukraine's navy following his pledge of allegiance to crimea a self-appointed government has accused him of treason and named a new head of the navy meanwhile it's not just people in crimea who refuse to recognize a new government in kiev a wave of protests is spreading across the southeast of the country to auntie's like he had reports from in the east of ukraine. certainly the division in the country which maria was talking about was very easily tangible here on saturday when the pro russian activists and those who are not supporting the new with
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authorities in kiev collapsed with the so-called activists of the year of my down who were securing the local administration they managed to get inside the administration and put a russian flag on top of it they have been reports of tear gas used and scores of injured the official line of that more than a hundred people were brought to hospitals with different sorts of injuries rocks were flying sticks and bait and where used against each other so it was pretty violent here pretty much the same story has been happening well maybe not as violent doesn't have to go but along the same line what's happening in many other cities in the east of ukraine in the city of donetsk and you put it all school grounds and many other cities in then yes for instance this is also one of the largest cities the industrial center of ukraine that the people of voted not to trust the authorities in kiev and they even called on a referendum to be held in the nearest future to decide the future of the whole region right now it's pretty much quiet but i've just listened to one of the
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activists of the euro my down talking in kiev from the stage that ukrainian flags must be reinstated on all governmental buildings and all local ministration buildings in the east of the country where this all might go nobody knows it's pretty much a powder keg and we certainly don't know what to expect in the nearest future here in the east of the country. we asked the organizer of an anti-government rally in the southeastern city of the nipple petrofsky what is driving the protests there and empower the people who come together in your patrols. never take their way is it going to the power or cultural differences in this country generally imply that we need protection and that's this have been the police all around the country they get them they kill them and they're released now it's just. it's just the last it's mario and the only way for us is to blame protection and we have gathered
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today all around the eastern ukraine number numers. these groups and these are mr liberals can go to the election but first we need to have the ordinary store before the election we need to have the or there is the. president putin has said the measures moscow is taking a fully justified as russian citizens and russian language speakers face a real threat from radical ultranationalist in ukraine moscow's considering the potential deployment of its military to keep the peace in crimea following a plea from local authorities after key government buildings were attacked more on that now with. situation is very serious and even dangerous and the autonomous republic of crimea more than half of its population is ethnic russians and the force to ward off attacks from radical groups that came to power in kiev as a result of last week's coup now the russian president vladimir putin has addressed
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the parliament asking for support of potential military help let's now listen to what he's had to say because of the extraordinary situation ukraine which represents a threat to the lives of russian citizens our compatriots and the contingent of russian armed forces located in the autonomous republic of crimea according to an international treaty as stated in the constitution of the russian federation i asked the upper house of parliament for permission to use armed forces new crane until the situation there is stabilized the federation council unanimously approved the move it was specifically reiterated by both the senators and the presidential spokesman that the deployment was optional depending on the severity of the threat to the russian nationals living in the crimea and the south east territories of ukraine it simply gives the russian president the right to react promptly in case of infiltration of radical groups into those territories if there are attacks of
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nationalistic radicals on ethnic russians or air assaults continue similar to the ones that place on the first of march in the crimea as capital simferopol pipe. wall to understand why the crimea refuses to recognize the new leaders in kiev and why it has appealed to russia for help her website to find the historical background to have it in until it was separated from russia and why the majority of the population want to return at all to dot com for full analysis. the talk of russia sending troops has led to a sharp international response president obama said moscow was breaching international law. and could end up isolated canada joined in by condemning putin's military intervention both of them plus britain and france have decided to suspend preparations for the forthcoming g eight summit in sochi ease foreign policy chief weighed in deploring russia's potential use of force and her british colleague says
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there's no excuse for outside military intervention all this despite moscow's still not having decided whether to send troops. and has more on what was probably the strongest threat secretary kerry threatened to isolate russia economically and politically he threatened asset freezes and visa bats he said russia may not remain in the g eight there were threats and there was criticism take a listen. it's really nineteenth century behavior in the twenty first century and there is no way to start with that you just don't invade another country on phony pretext in order to assure your interests while the interviewer never asked him what about iraq what about constant threats to use force coming from washington even though secretary kerry has not received those questions they certainly kwassa the minds of those who saw the interview since when does the united states government jenny genuinely subscribe and the friends of the can understand the concepts of sovereignty and territorial integrity they certainly not do not at the
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moment in syria where their backing militants who have taken over the border crossings in the north and in the east of the country they certainly didn't do that with their tanks libya they certainly didn't do that when they invaded iraq they certainly didn't do that when they attacked serbia over kosovo and then later on recognize cause i was in a unilateral declaration of independence the united states government really pays lip service to sovereignty and territorial integrity picks and chooses during the sunday interview secretary kerry was also asked about israel about prime minister netanyahu upcoming visit about the peace process of course on those issues we heard a very different secretary kerry careful diplomatic calling for negotiations no appeals to the u.n. charter not a word about israel breaking international law in the us supporting it to get a sense that the u.s. is appealing to the u.n. charter when it's in its interests and i'm not joined live by foreign policy
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analysts sort of support rick sort of harsh criticism from john kerry that will washington follow through with any concrete action. i think washington has put itself in a close work it will have to do something but it's also very interesting to the united states and the framework of we're going to frame work that you do as i say and not as i do. even if even if we put aside difficult washington invaded grenada and the pretext of saving some of the u.s. citizens there why shouldn't and it is very responsible for what we see happening here not only washington but it's other allies. in two thousand and twelve in fired it was the window of the government in ukraine was elected it was considered a fair election but even prior to the elections the national endowment for
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democracy along with its partners the overt foundation of germany and the west minister foundational to democracy which receives funding from the u.k. we're busy supporting our position in ukraine because that's the way the so-called west was not happy with the outcome of the elections and if this is not a blatant violation of what the people have to say the people's choice and the sovereignty of a nation i don't also to know why tears. and for that for the united states to threaten russia with sanctions isolation and the wires these days we're going to wake up and read the headlines that washington has imposed sanctions on itself washington there's simply sanctioning almost every country in the world that the sudanese with it and it fails to understand that russia is not iraq russia is it is a very powerful country and it will not take its orders it wants you can skew from the united states. and just quickly ask you
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a crimea ukraine of course isn't iraq it isn't syria it isn't libya many russians live there in ukraine and crimea but do you think that the action proposed by the russian government is justified here. well i think that what if you look at it this way that they do consider themselves mostly russian they were threatened the author nationalists even as far as opposed to the two thousand and twelve we're saying that the jews and the russians are i.q. players in ukraine they're every piercing concern for their safety and there will be wellbeing and they're simply not going along with the washington crew so if if you're not going along with it could this be an orchestrated by the west which is what this really amounts to a regime change a coup then you do fear for your well being and russia if russia does not extend to its allies to third is the our neighbors then russia will lose credibility.
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that is looked upon in a formal cloak of terms of washington that we have let me quickly also there we have a self appointed government put in by the helpers as many say by the u.s. and the e.u. but washington and brussels seem to be ignoring the fact that that government is now made up of nationalists and extremists is that really what they had in mind i think somewhere along the right line they might have regretted what the outcome of this is but if you look at the washington's history in the west you can do the same thing in syria they never have met with the islamists to take over in syria. that the terrorists the al qaeda but that's what happened and they are exactly the same way that they've completely. displays what what i say and meant when they said the stupidity is when you repeat the same thing over and over expecting different results and america has been doing this in so many countries even in venezuela this is just not it's not crane is not alone in this instance and many in
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fact who are more a liberal who are not in love with the west who are critical of western policies are the ones looking for somebody that can maybe give washington a bloody nose and stand up to it and say enough is enough you can't just continue destroying every nation. it was sticking to the mike this time out because they're so greedy to take over every country in the region and expanded power they've basically changed the value of court every country. into a beanie and destroy it ukraine now is a very dangerous slippery path god is what will be the same as every other country in america where. your day so round we'll leave it there thank you very much indeed for all rika live here not international thanks very much and if you thought. well crimean authorities were asking moscow for help the leader of ukrainian nationalist group right sector has restart for help to one of the world's most of the tourist
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terrorist on the social network eos document of two step up attacks against russia modeled as the leader of the church an islamist movement and an international terrorist basically russia's zama bin laden he was the mastermind of several deadly attacks on civilians in russia including the bombings of moscow's domodedovo airport and the metro system which took the lives of hundreds of people he wants to create an islamic state in southern russia ruled by shari'a. while the russian's foreign ministry responded to the appeal to the chechen militant by pointing out the radical nature of many of those now in power in ukraine the leader of the ukrainian nationalists claimed his page where the message was posted online had been hacked and earlier we spoke to journalist neil clark who says that such an appeal will be in line with the russian attitude of right wing groups in ukraine. we had a lot of ukrainian hardcore neo nazis traveling out to chechnya to fight in the so-called war for separatism from russia so there's always been this link for the
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last twenty years or so between the most sort of hard right extremist factions in ukraine and the islamist cause in chechnya the radical islamist cause so this is an alliance that goes back quite a long way really and of course there's a third string to this alliance which is the neo conservatives in the west what unites the neo conservatives in the west with ukrainian neo nazis and radical islamists in chechnya is of course their hatred for russia they will do anything however extreme to get at russia and so i think this ukrainian crisis is sort of remind because once again this sort of axis of evil that's ranged against russia that combines neo conservatives in washington and in britain and in france and elsewhere with radical the other nazis in the ukraine and radical islamists in chechnya this really is a kind of alliance that is targeting russia and this is just a reminder really apparently it's not just the notorious chechen terrorists that the nationalists in ukraine have appealed for help to russian border guards and to turn an activist who took part in ruts in the ukrainian capital and he claims there are many foreigners fighting on the streets we don't know any of those that are on
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the images there were many foreigners of mine to whom i can even give you a rough numbers there were about sixty americans who were still there they were also germans thirty to forty of them poles and turks too although i'm not sure how many but the americans were by far the most active. they were also misfits from all over ukraine people without jobs without education they came because they knew there was an icky you can do anything and no one can stop you there were drugs alcohol violence it attracted them. all the latest updates about the situation the developing situation in ukraine is on air and online for you including in crimea these self-defense forces have become something of an attraction for locals enjoying their weekend as people pose for photos and make them sandwiches while the full story right now at r.t. dot com. party international live here in moscow be back with more for you after
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a short break. little rights. that. you. paid for the young girls. for the future harder. between two and three hundred million guns united states so you can act like they're not here and keep kids away from them. the causes. you know this teaches them a lot of the sponsibility this is through the eyes of children if we can do it for our children future.
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the deadly protests in venezuela dead since last month will be the subject of talks between the un secretary-general and the country's representatives activists there have been rallying over the state you know what was on the drastic surge in crime it was sick he was president during pressuring political rivals he kicked out three american diplomats and blame washington for stoking the unrest and the u.s. state department responded in kind where you will put from venezuela analysis dot com told us the u.s. the violence. the united states has not. charged us for
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a very long time and so has the conservative government in colombia both governments have various ways whether it is by the i was supporting paramilitaries going to going to sway law from colombia or also the u.s. government supporting opposition groups with funding had with this public statements that for example carry recently gave secretary of state kerry which essentially gave. opposition a shot in the arm because he. made it their protests even though it's quite clear that most of the protests are are are being violent and are seeking competitions with at least. for now this is for you on the crisis in venezuela as well as some striking images from the recent violent rallies on our web site also that international pressure wasn't the only reason they had to rethink everything nuclear policy its spiritual issues might be one of the key factors tehran is
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dramatically reducing its atomic program. covering the head for religious reasons by muslim women has caused much controversy in some european countries but says there is no problem with doing it on a football pitch more on. the rise in hate crimes against muslims is proving a major challenge for britain muslim patrols displays of islamic extremism and the daylight murder of a soldier in london have all fueled violent sentiment and now a vigilante christian group is taking justice into its own hands. i want to destroy the sound of the vehicles given the christian prolific there's any patrol in town also in the hills of the small but make sure it's muslim patrols any political group calling themselves britain first have responded by filming what they've dubbed christie and patrols and this patrol comes complete with vehicles. the whole thing is all of the t. joins the list they took to the streets in east london where we had info.
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why the area taking. drugs in behalf of. the group has been described as far right many of their members a form of b.m.p. or e.t.l. that we get to differentiate themselves from these grapes and insist they don't want to be associated with violence tactics such as baiting when men vistar and with big cans to try and lure out the muslim patrols have proven controversial and some members of the creep have already faced the rest will join the. problems for anyone to be. sure. to confront them do you think the christian.
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despite having a purely condemned the muslim patrols at the time the east london mosque has been singled out by the christian patrol for criticism the mosques say they feel caught in the middle and are worried the patrol could inflame fragile community relations our community feels threatened by. what the public needs to understand is that none of these groups represent the mainstream community or wider society out on london streets and well there's not much support to be found here either. first throw the book with you shouldn't have to be sure the love. story. be any do you think it's all going to be. here. obviously there's a potential for trouble there always will be there's nothing we can do to avoid that. yeah just leave these members of the public to be harassed part of syria
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patrols. but that's not what we've been told since a number of arrests last year the muslim patrols have gone to ground despite the christian patrol activity. that's. taken the bait so. the. international anti government protesters in the turkish capital ankara were met by police using tear gas and water cannons demonstrators security forces with stones and held works while chanting the faith in turkish prime minister is accused of massive corruption after recordings emerged reporting to be of him and his son discussing how to stash away money the premier denounced the tapes as fake. police three security and western china after knife wielding attackers massacred up to thirty three people of a roadway station and one hundred forty more were injured as a gang random commuters waiting for their trains security forces shot dead four of
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the attackers in captured one suspect incident has been branded a terror act carrying out carried out by ethnic separatists. the death toll from a bomb that went off in a busy market in nigeria has risen to at least fifty one children are among the victims the number of casualties rises as rescue troops find more bodies in the rubble nobody's admitted carrying out the attack but suspicion is for the extremist group which was terrorized the country in its attempt to introduce sharia law. but to brings up they for the most of the news team with morphine just over half an hour from the next here on the national across the atlantic we go to meet kids with kalashnikovs they with us for that's over the break.
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minnesota vikings football player jared allen like many pro athlete stereotypes is actually doing something for society with us and f.l. fame and fortune he is providing homes for turning wounded u.s. veterans good job mr allan generally for some reason wealthy people don't do much to help other people besides giving money to charity to get some sort of tax break kickback the thing they don't realize that helping other people out is actually in the best interest of rich guys too if they would ever just stop to think about it a little more so mega wealthy that you could live in total isolation you're going to have to deal with the rest of the people in your country and the better off that average guy is the less likely he's going to need to steal from you to get by ellen's work is fantastic because it gets veterans out of a desperate situation returning home wounded trying to struggle to find work in a bad economy and treat their wounds in a massively over expensive medical system yeah well its plan is a drop in the bucket for the over twenty million american servicemen who have come back home but it shows that a wounded veteran with a place to live as a much better chance at a good life and the fewer vets there are living under a bridge the better society will be but that's just my opinion.
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i think. we're going to go digital the price is the only industry specifically mentioned in the constitution and. that's because a free and open process is critical to our democracy trek albus. role. in fact the single biggest threat facing our nation today is the corporate takeover of our government and across a cynical we've been hijacked lying handful of powerful transnational corporations that will profit by destroying what our founding fathers once it's all just my job market and on this show we reveal the big picture of what's actually going on in the world we go beyond identifying the problem trying to fix rational debate and a real discussion of critical issues facing america to find a job ready to join the movement then walk
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a little bit there. this is cumberland county in south kentucky deep in the american countryside far from the sprawl of life. a place where alcohol is neither sold not consumed in the bible reigned supreme. in a village of eight hundred people there are forty churches. it is a pious closed community get weapons are a part of every day life here for protection and so hunting. exposed from childhood it is not unusual here to own your first gun in kinda got. how many people own guns in this village more probably do than go. with these
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things are you. saying that in the absence of the pain and have your own go not everybody in accounting is quote a way of life here yeah everybody wants around here and they much else to fish i would say you know a very hard majority country people own guns and my grandson started her when he was probably three or four years out so if you. and i got one and hansei one if he she is so so so for you go to kindergarten you get your first gun cock yes that's what they want the family of a southern kentucky two year old girl shot and killed in her home says it was all an accident he received the rifle specially made for children as a gift last year. cumberland county hit the front pages of news world wide in may and five year old christina shot his two year old sister dead with a gun he received as a gift for his fifth birthday a real gun with real bullets the manufacturer has openly advertised for children as
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. rifle. shipped many a cricket rifle i wish i had written the cricket is the perfect way to get beyond a small framed shooters started right with the safety promoting design it's soft shooting affordable and accurate. while the mother was in the kitchen christian picked up his gun and unaware that it was still loaded he accidentally shot his sister in the chest. caroline spock's was rushed to hospital but tragically she died soon after. i could hardly understand my daughter because she was so excited and crying and hysterical and said that you know you know it's easier been shot and i just not in my heart just sank and as soon as i got in the car got in the back seat and i couldn't breathe i just i guess
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it was anxiety and i was so so scared that you know she this she was gone that i didn't know what to do i remember i rolled the window down to try to breathe because i could hardly take a breath. we went to the hospital and i just walked up to the nurses one doe and i said i was their grandmother can i please go back and see her and i don't usually they don't let you do things like that but they let me and i went back there and you know she was already you know in a coma. for the help of the brain swelling on. them so she looked perfect i held her hand and. talked to her but couldn't hear me. this is the grandmother of another child zaria go by. both families live in the same area. as daria was shot in the forehead by another child. and what do the doctors tell you. that she was in critical condition that she may
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not make it that you know the bullet was lodged and they had shared a lot of brain swelling and that you know they didn't know most likely it would not be good. to compare myself and. louisville kentucky is the closest major city to cumberland county. this is where caroline's boxes ambulance was heading when she passed away. there's the emergency room and friends and then of course all the adult. down this way and they will stop right at the door so close are tolerant. as is a board member of the co's at children's hospital in louisville. every day the hospital is confronted with the downside of mask on possession in the state of kentucky. how many children a year coming to us hospitals that shelters every single year in the united states
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fifteen thousand children come into hospital it's. fifteen thousand children and if you build in the united states with adults it's thirty two thousand people are killed with a gun every single year in the united states mazing miles incredible and all preventable what kind of shot once you get in this hospital. because we are a level one trauma center we get the most critical gunshot wounds of all gunshot wounds that happen in the state of kentucky and when we talk about this picture of a child's picture was shot in the middle of the area all the tendons are of balls within the hand area the self sits away from the bone so order to reattach to this and make the wound clean again this child would have to be pinned with metal pins if the child could even be saved at that point in time work would
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be to base we work with us on a daily basis on a daily basis in this hospital to reason her colleagues witness the dark side to the massive possession of weapons in this state to reason six three me critical of the ease with which weapons are dealt with here she's angry that manufacturers use children as a target audience. they're still learning how to tell time they're still learning how to cut with scissors it's more than strange but when they market guns to children they make them in pastel blue and pretty barbie a pink light just like barbie dolls they make them with the world and then they call the. cute little names like cricket from chipmunks just as though if you owned a gun you would belong to a disney club. this is the would family for them shooting is an activity for the whole family including the young the children.
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well six i went hunting with the yanks so. they're just here so. this isn't a very very shallow. you know this in holland would be like very illegal. well in kentucky in the united states it's just part of the way we operate and this is the local shooting range. they share trust me with this guy trusted oh look at. this give it a go to. the free possession of the is in trying to in the us constitution and is inseparable from countryside life here. looking for ways to share with davis. or with davis nice to meet you yes i'm going
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to go to from the netherlands from where the netherlands the netherlands yes i have lots of guns we do have lots of amenities that typically in stock we've got some more point fifteen hundred two thousand one hundred goes up and down but fifteen hundred a small number for us how many do you sell here oh gosh i'd have to look at the numbers but you're probably looking at seven date that also. like that one right there that's definitely pointed towards a lady. a lady would buy that farm and that would be her a r fifteen we're husband might on that one right there or something one of their plastic is like a real good old most definitely yesterday. it looks like a slogan you know it's there and in the blast this imelda well that is just the furniture meaning those are just the excess arrays that you put on
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a plain black gun like it to make it to doll it up like that and how much is like a how much is a gun like that the dressed up like that one is i have a look at the price tag it is probably about fourteen hundred dollars with a scope there's another paint gun mess for the ladies but we carry a huge stock a hand guns everything you can thank god from target guns to little bitty ankle gun self-defense guns target guns you know we don't have this and then once it's like we don't have weapons store so for us it's not really yes. what we all do to protect ourselves nothing. show would davis has weapons of all shapes and sizes from guns to semiautomatic and of kools guns made especially for children. with the. sometimes they'll have a shorter stock to make it easier for their length of pocas their arms are shorter most of the time they'll be lighter because they can't hold up as much here's
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a very good example i want to even have them in colors like i'm being korean and of course pink for the young girls camel for the future honner this children's gun is marketed as my first rifle it is the same gun that killed caroline spock's yet the state of kentucky support the sale of it. i could lay this gun right here loaded and i could come back in ten years and i'll guarantee you if nobody picks up that gun it will not hurt anybody. so you know the gun is simply a tool or a coal oil so you say guns don't kill people guns do not kill people people kill people with five year olds also don't kill people but they get killed look skateboards are you going to outlaw skateboards are you going to confiscate pogo sticks everything require supervision.
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so jamie you can begin to grow already yeah i hope don't hunger good to see that. i do it you don't do it yeah. you know what. the goods are a typical kentucky family father jamie's a farmer he has eight hundred dairy cows there's a mill twenty four hours a day the woods are hard work and they love good food especially meat. and there's something else they love too i doing you know you get i hear you sitting goats. we also keep the governor house yes going to see the. memo come came these are a muzzle loaders and this was a twenty two and two shot. they say well yes.
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what he did you have a nation also here well that's no no i mean that's like turkey ok. we can do. better because i'm too afraid you know like guns in your house was a five you know peace in my face it was like yeah which is a safe why is that what we're here. going here. do you trust your children with those weapons you know i mean it's not you know here's a gun go out and it's a tom over time you know when they have to earn my trust to do those things like you the key that they they know where it's at today you know when i were small or know that key was put up that keys where they didn't know where it was it was either on my key chain and you know they couldn't get in that gun cabinet this is if it is easy to you know it's ok. to work you know gaining ground relist squash.
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off to dinner the children go outside to practice that favorite hobby in the backyard. they look like bounty yard. where the locals can enjoy the sun and the ocean. but what was buried here years ago. means these people a suffering the consequences. of. how much more poison lies on the this ground. behind this but it is when there is what we call the callet bankole which there is because it alters the code you left by security test was caused by this notion of radionuclides despite what you'd be screaming at but so there remains that don't hold it i just a little less than two of the laws of the tony and when your stuff is
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a rock fall down all the coral reef would know it's out of the ten meters down nuclear tests a never ending legacy on oxy. i
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. you're. right you guys too young to own a gun. why not. i don't know we're not all pro do you know it's not right. i not afraid of something happens with a gun accident or something. well they miss you have it's not right i think you honestly do need the positive side ever now because you know me what is supposed to
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fight the process out is a large you know i mean this teaches them i'm not saying that they're going to be better than anybody else's children when they grow up but how do you teaches them a lot of responsibility. you know what the gun rights advocates will say you're using this threat of death of caroline sparks to get your own message across i hope they do say that because it is my methods but it is also the message of the american academy of pediatrics the american academy of pediatricians in the united states in two thousand and twelve a policy statement stating that the only safe home in the united states is a home without a gun and i stand behind that belief. just around the corner from my caroline sparks who shot dead is one of the largest shooting grounds in the united states. as eight thousand the
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shooting ground is larger than eleven thousand troops will pick choose. so this is what we call the point to give you some perspective the most of our property is all north of us and west this is an ignoble owner of rock also shooting range despite the tragic incidents in the neighborhood he still see shooting as innocent fun. i call golf with a shotgun so you're going from from whole the whole station to station and then scoring and going to the end it's a day out there today out. in the shooting club equipped with a restaurant and hotel is a family destination because of the vast size of the cost of visitors travel by car between the fifty shooting stations this particular station is a recreation of a cowboy village. so this is where the action happens this is it this is one of our many ranges but to be a good place for us to come down and maybe test out
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a few different types of. nick noble wants to prove that shooting doesn't have to be dangerous. first of all we always keep guns pointed in a safe direction even when it's unloaded we assume that every firearm is loaded until we can prove otherwise when you're handling a firearm you never have that finger on it so it's if you're even taking a picture english are always well yeah parallel with that and then and then the only time i ever put a finger on the triggers and we're actually engaged in the target and ready to shoot and then i'll actually put my finger on the trigger but any time i pick this up fingers off which are. ok to hit anything that's it for time i can understand why children find a use who would give a thrill a bit of adrenaline yes i said understand that yeah is it weiss to learn the kid
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how to shoot when such a tragic accident happens around the corner here there's between two and three hundred million guns the united states so you can act like they're not here and keep kids away from them and i think that's when i when i believe that it's my personal opinion that when kids become curious about what they don't know is when the accidents happen is so different than putting a child a sixteen year old child in a vehicle with no training on an interstate. this is how you feel with guns that it you have to train. but i thought you know if she even led she had big brain damage to make the school even see kids you know that your eye is right there and i just feel so worried that she would never be normal again or in a coma forever are bad symbol. for azhar his grandmother children and weapons should never be combined. granddaughter was in the coma for two weeks with a bullet lodged in her brain.
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it's a new it is obviously. the by. well it's still in the head it's too difficult to remove it. but other than that she leads the life of any seven year old. charlie charlie and. what are the chances that it will survive something like that well one in a million and the doctors say that the baby never seen nothing like this before so they call it the miracle baby. souls sat. down with a child a high school and lights are out. and they hit you. what it was if you hit you with a quote it's sad a serious. look at the letter and yes.
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i would have got to say you were lucky a little bit. and cost. closer to where goldhill. because of the accident bizarre his parents lost their rights to parental care. how grandmother now has full custody. together they visit the hospital where as ari it was treated. these look crazy its. own luck as a whole while i. can't believe his looks to. my shield up really nice you can't even hardly tell it was there looks just like a little scrape now. they're getting squire good sense for him every day to keep the sky oh that's fantastic they've taught you well you can't even tell. i've done this for thirty years and there are children that you always remember they just
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stick in your head and i have my special words and she's one of the special ones you remember and see her now she's fabulous. absolutely fabulous and this is the recovery that you always hope for a small nergal a small miracle definitely something that you're doing still good. makes me know that what i'm here for is worthwhile. makes me know that what i do is good. the figures are truly shocking more than fifteen thousand children each year abroad hospitals across america with gunshot wounds and eight children die every day because of the consequences. mr hill it's a group in the gun from that's public television i left a couple of messages i think six or seven attempts to speak with someone from the gun lobby on successful and the secretary admits that due to the death of caroline
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spokes this is not a popular topic of conversation for the arms manufacturers. caroline sparks is buried here on the outskirts of cumberland county. brother and mother regularly visit the gas station nearby which also serves as a convenience store in your absence you know he's been on. our just on average of almost lost weight you know ever since. her mom said there's a bear second grandmother so you want a second grandmother so you must be heard when you heard the news yes really heard about it that. i've heard about it. and so this movie is now a symbol for the gun debate throughout the united states president obama once tried to gun control but is met with the resistance from the countryside even in the
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village of caroline sparks board taken the right so i don't buy if you're there we're doing. so even after this race he went over the directly about you still believe it or you know that you have the children yeah yeah leads on the protect you say so so you say this gun for five six seven year olds is safe gun you even though it supervision your own grandchildren you would give a great. many pictures with them with me one day i hope that to look back at these pictures of robert ray i'm very good. with alex and t.j. owning and shooting guns from the young ages of twelve and seven the woods will continue to consider shooting a family activity oh rather than spending size days playing football they go to the shooting range.
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why do you like shooting so much. stress. shooting helps the roof stress you know. and i'm sure afraid something happens a children every day and us die because of shots aren't you afraid it happens to you why not because what it would be made to shoot so. and someone else who is trying to or. when you think it's innocent when you with kids involved you think there's not a bullet in there you think it's just like you think everything is safe or just not guns or never say. and because of that there's a family that's very sad always mr daughter and i'm very blessed that we have you with us. after some kids were never taught the difference between i am in a real gun i think that's where some of the accidents come into play i mean you
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were talking about the incident in cumberland county how do you know that child wasn't thinking that that gun was just a ploy again. if you look at this and friend above this in france right here is a gunshot wound close to the head in the temple area unfortunately this is one of the children to make we were unable to revive this child this is the gun debate through the eyes of children and since we come to pay through the eyes of children this is the true eyes of parents parks if we can't do it for our children for our future what can we do is the country to save or.
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the interview. may be yours you don't know if you don't have a car or response to really. most everyone in my life that i cared about their goal much and then. i came askin well. i
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was a national champion in track and field and also i was able to go in qualify for the olympic games. you know nine hundred eighty eight i started to experiment with other drugs i had lost all the financial means that i. was really on the street. black card can. get a great. injury. in two thousand and seven one of the first things released by wiki leaks was a secret video recording that actually looked like a video showing two american actually collect talk shows opening fire on
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a dozen people in iraq and this is not a means to live in a society images of violence become normal this is what the sense of isolation and lack of empathy look like. we try an experienced interest only disassociate. and by action. activity we also have some sound from certain kinds and. i absolutely am frightened of the potential games desensitize people we know they can because the military uses games nations as. war it is not simply shoot but it is killing and killing exacts a penalty of the killer. people for whom it is defined by the popular media.
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beyond. the head of the ukrainian naval forces pledges allegiance to the crimean people ports that ukrainian troops stationed on the peninsula have joint local defense. officers who. this is a true story. resistance from spreading across the southeast of ukraine with protests in a dozen cities against the far right nationalist taking power after the coup. news diplomatic play between venezuela and the united states a deadly clashes in caracas and beyond the washington accused of fueling the trouble. christian group patrols the streets of london to counter aggressive
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islamification but local community leaders fear it. religious tensions. of the past seven days top stories and the latest developments this is the weekly international the commander of ukraine's naval forces has pledged his allegiance to the crimean people it follows reports that ukrainian troops stationed in the peninsula with either quitting or joining local defense groups effectively putting the authorities in crimea fully in charge of the territory. has more. on sunday the commander of ukraine's naval force pledged his allegiance to crimea its people swearing to strictly comply with the orders to the supreme commander of the autonomy this region mr berezovsky was appointed to the post by the country's new all thought earlier on saturday after the previous commander had resigned all the
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necessary paper is were signed by ukraine's self-proclaimed president mr cheney let's not listen to what they experienced officer had to say exactly. it is obvious where alleges to the people of the autonomy as republic of korea merely here a city of sevastopol i swear to comply with the orders of the supreme commander of crimi and the commanders of military units approved by him and with the requirements of milk through glacial ice where the oil would be for military duty and protect the life and freedom of the residents of creamier the city of sevastopol we're also hearing that the ukrainian military stationed here in the crimea had started pledging on mass their allegiance to the regional authorities said earlier crimea as prime minister claimed control under police military security and all other services here in the region and today we heard an official
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statement from mr external shortly after or marpa. today on march second twenty fourteen i have issued an order by order none of the ukrainian naval forces stationed in so fast the pole should have any decisions or orders given by the self-proclaimed authorities of ukraine including those of the legally appointed defense minister they must not obey any orders to use arms until my special instruction if you comply hard and fast with orders issued by me as the commander in chief of the autonomous republic of crimea and the city of sevastopol immediately convey this order to the personnel craning naval forces stationed in service to pole i'd like to thank you. all the officers who've chosen to pay the orders of the legitimate authority this is a truly historic day. meanwhile we are hearing from crimea's officials that the situation here on the peninsula is now totally under their control and under the control of how we know them here so called self-defense squads made up of locals
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who are working in college a nation with regional police we see these people here on the streets of the capital simferopol and in other crimean cities state patrolling streets day and night and not only protecting governmental buildings or strategic areas but actually all they see. all the latest developments we're hearing now is that the authorities in kiev dismissed the commander of ukraine's navy following his pledge of allegiance to crimea the self-appointed government has accused him of treason and named a new head of the navy when the most number of people in crimea who refused to recognize a new government in kiev a wave of protests are spreading across the southeast of the country to auntie's like he had a shift he reports from harkov which is in the east of ukraine. certainly the division in the country which mario was talking about was very easily tangible here on saturday when the pro russian activists and those who are not supporting the new with authorities in kiev a clash with the so-called activists of the year of my down who were securing the
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local administration they managed to get inside the administration and russian flag on top of it there have been reports of tear gas used and scores of injured the official line of that more than a hundred people were brought to hospitals with different sorts of injuries rocks were flying sticks and bateman's were used against each other so it was pretty pretty violent here pretty much the same story has been happening well maybe not as violent doesn't have to go but along the same line what's happening in many other cities in the east of ukraine in the city of donetsk and even a bit of school grounds going many other cities in then yes for instance this is also one of the largest cities the industrial center of ukraine that the people of voted not to. the authorities in kiev and they even called on a referendum to be held in the nearest future to decide the future of the whole region right now it's pretty much quiet but i've just listened to one of the activists of the euro my down talking in kiev from the stage that ukrainian flags
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must be reinstated on all governmental buildings and all local administration buildings in the east of the country where this all might go nobody knows it's pretty much a powder keg and we certainly don't know what to expect in the nearest future here in the east of the country we asked the organizers of an anti-government rally in the southeastern city have been appropriate what is driving the protests there and thousand people come together in europe are trolls we shall never take the way is it going to devour our cultural differences in this country generally imply that we need protection and that's this have been the police all around the country they get them they killed them and the police now is just. has just lost its moral and the only way for us is to blame protection and we have gathered today all around the eastern ukraine number numers. these groups and these are
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mr liberals can go to the elections but first we need to have the ordinary store before the election we need to have the order is that. president putin has said the measures moscow is taking a fully justified as russian citizens and russian language speakers face a real threat from radical ultra nationalists in ukraine moscow's considering the potential deployment of its military to keep the peace in crimea following a plea from local authorities after key government buildings were attacked while lauren that now with that approach coming. situation is very serious and even dangerous in the autonomous republic of crimea more than half of its population is ethnic russians and the force to ward off attacks from radical groups that came to power in kiev as a result of last week's who now the russian president vladimir putin has addressed the parliament asking for support off potential military help let's now listen to
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what you have to say because of the extraordinary situation ukraine which represents a threat to the lives of russian citizens our compatriots and the contingent of russian armed forces located in the autonomous republic of crimea according to an international treaty stated in the constitution of the russian federation i asked the upper house of parliament for permission to use armed forces new crane until the situation there is stabilized the federation council unanimously approved the move it was specifically reiterated by both the senators and the presidential spokesman that the deployment was optional depending on the severity of the threat to the russian nationals living in the crimea and the south east territories of ukraine it simply gives the russian president the right to react promptly in case of infiltration of radical groups into those territories if there are attacks of nationalistic radicals on ethnic russians or if assaults continue similar to the
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ones that place on the first of march in the crimea as capital simferopol. understand why crimea refuses to recognize the new leaders in kiev and why it has appealed to russia to help go to our website you'll find the historical background to how the internet was separated from russia and why the majority of the population want to return it what a dot com full analysis. talk of russia sending troops is there to shop international response president obama said moscow was breaching international law and could end up isolate. it kind of the joined him by condemning putin's military intervention both of them plus britain and france have decided to suspend preparations for the g eight summit in sochi the e.u.'s foreign policy chief weighed in deploring russia's potential use of force and british colleague says that there's no excuse for outside military intervention all this despite moscow still not having decided whether to send in the troops will garbage can as more of
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what was probably the strongest threat. secretary kerry threaten to isolate russia economically and politically he threatened asset freezes and visa bans he said russia may not remain in the g eight there were threats and there was criticism take a listen. it's really nineteenth century behavior in the twenty first century and there is no way to start with you just don't invade another country on phony pretext in order to assert your interests while the interviewer never asked him what about iraq what about constant threats to use force coming from washington even though secretary kerry has not received those questions they certainly kwassa the minds of those who saw the interview since when does the united states government jenny genuinely subscribe and defend to the good and defend the concepts of sovereignty and territorial integrity they certainly not do not at the moment in
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syria where they're backing militants who have taken over the border crossings in the north and in the east of the country they certainly didn't do that with their tanks libya they certainly didn't do that when they invaded iraq they certainly didn't do that when they attacked serbia over kosovo and then later on recognize cos i was in a unilateral declaration of independence the united states government really pays lip service to sovereignty and territorial integrity picks and chooses during the sunday interview secretary kerry was also asked about israel about prime minister netanyahu upcoming visit about the peace process of course on those issues we heard a very different secretary kerry careful diplomatic calling for negotiations no appeals to the u.n. charter not a word about israel breaking international law in the us supporting it so you get a sense that the u.s. is appealing to the u.n. charter when it's in its interests foreign policy analysts. told me earlier that
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washington stance on sovereignty and independence is confusing at best. even if even if we put aside the fact that washington invaded grenada and the pretext for saving some of the u.s. citizens there why should tenet is very responsible for what we see happening here not only washington but it's their allies and for that for the united states to threaten russia with sanctions isolation of the white house is these we're going to wake up and read the headline is that washington does impose sanctions on itself so if if you are not going along with it could this be an orchestrated by the west which is what this really amounts to regime change a coup then you do fear for your well being and russia if russia does not extend its stock to its allies to sit is no doubt in my our neighbors then it russia will lose credibility as a power and that is looked at by. crimean authorities were asking more scope for
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help the leader of ukrainian nationalist group right sector has reached out for help to one of the world's most notorious terrorists and a social networking asked to step up attacks against russia and modeled as the leader of the chechen islamist movement and international terrorist basically russia's zala bin laden he was the mastermind of several deadly attacks on civilians in russia today in the bombings of moscow's domodedovo airport and the metro system which took the lives of hundreds of people and wants to create an islamic state in southern russia ruled by shari'a law russia's foreign ministry responded to this appeal to the chechen minutes and by pointing out the radical nature of many of those now in power in ukraine the leader of the ukrainian nationalists claimed his page where the message was posted online had been hacked well earlier we spoke to journalist neil clark and he says that such an appeal would be in line with the anti russian attitude of right wing groups there in ukraine. we think back to the one nine hundred ninety s.
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you know we had a lot of ukrainian hardcore neo nazis traveling out to chechnya to fight in the so-called war for separatism for russia so there's always been this link for the last twenty years or so between the most sort of hard right extremist factions in ukraine and the islamist cause in chechnya the radical islamist cause so this is an alliance that goes back quite a long way really and of course there's a third tranche of this alliance which is the neo conservatives in the west what unites the neo conservatives in the west with ukrainian neo nazis and radical islamists in chechnya is of course their hatred for russia they would do anything however extreme to get russia and so i think this ukrainian crisis is sort of remind because once again this sort of axis of evil that's ranged against russia that combines neo conservatives in washington and in britain and in france and elsewhere with radical neo nazis in ukraine and radical islamists in chechnya this really is a kind of alliance that is targeting russia and this is just a reminder really at the same time they're right denying their peeling to march saying its website was hanks' is that some kind of damage control now that. oh
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absolutely i think that this has become rather embarrassing for the west really because the fact is that they used the far right to get their people in power in kiev and now these sort of statements are coming out now the extremism is there for everybody to see they're in complete denial and i think that the right sector is trying to sort of it trying to sort of back down from this now but it's all there i mean we know that they've got to they've had links rejection radicals we know that they are radical far right you know nazi group. and now they're trying to sort of say that it wasn't them and the web site was hacked it doesn't wash i'm afraid i think we know this extremism is there it's there for everybody to see and this anti russian obsession from the western elites is costing this all dear it's very dangerous it could provoke who knows war perhaps and until the west elites drop this and drop this anti russian obsession this neo conservative influenced obsession with russia i think even izing russia then i'm afraid we're only going to
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get more chaos in the next few weeks or months. peyronie's not just the notorious chechen terrorists that the nationalists in ukraine have appealed for help to russian border guards to detain activists who took part in riots in the ukrainian capital and he claims there were many foreigners fighting on streets i don't know any of those that. there were many foreigners of mine down but i can even give you rough numbers there were about sixty americans who were still there there were also germans thirty to forty of them poles and turks too although i'm not sure how many but the americans were by far the most active there were also misfits from all over ukraine people without jobs without education they came because they knew there was an icky you can do anything and no one can stop you there were drugs alcohol violence it attracted them. the anarchy described by their activists is still recognisable in the new regime takes a look at the dangerous tactics some radicals are using to assert their power.
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this was supposed to be a step towards a brighter future. but now it's heading in a different direction which is the no one tells us when to bear arms and when not to you didn't give them to us and you won't take them away you want to take my gun you want to take away my rifle you want to take away my knife you come here and take it the very same man who happens to be one of the leaders of the group known as the right sector could be seen supplementing his words with actions. yes. yes. they thought yes yes the employers union. yes they did but usually russia is ukraine's internal enemy and while there exists a russian empire in any form it cannot be any real true national independent ukraine in people right sector the militant arm of them i don has taken over two
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floors in kiev's central hotel artie's crew caught them breaking into knock you by the room remember your attention don't create problems for yourself we know you're inside there did our with your arms in the air this is a simple check of identification we will get inside one way or the other don't be afraid and this in a tone of a lot of from called sq the tree draped with hanging nooses and deciding that reads traders of ukraine this is not specified who the traders are in today's ukraine many can fit the bill former officials police russians jews anyone associated with the former ruling party of the regions instilling fear is now a tactic for those who claimed to be peacefully demonstrating putting a critic reforms in the goes on to. more than one hundred forty thousand people in ukraine have lodged asylum applications with russia what is meant in a question over explains that it's a reflection of insecurity being felt by
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a large swathe of the population. people in ukraine are very war of course there are worries as fear is growing in ukraine as there is absolutely no clarity of what is happening in the country was going to happen in the near future and many people in ukraine mostly in south and eastern parts are not at all accepting the new leadership as legitimate and they are feeling very insecure because of that with their right to weigh in hardliners just putting themselves at the court of the upheaval and seeking to control the new government mania right now rushing to banks trying to withdraw cash from their bank accounts from a.t.m.'s and that's on top of that that led to the national bank a few crane interview state temporary laments russia's migration service just said that the number of asylum applications received from ukraine has increased
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significantly giving numbers such as one hundred thousand asylum applications have been received within the past two weeks alarming figure it. means it quickly became clear that the new government in kiev was going to push forward policies that would make life more difficult including removing russian as a second before in the country's regions you have heard of reports of the frustration of people in crimea where russian is spoken by the vast majority. they met in the grammy a and are now building a family here and on his mother is ukrainian but all the relatives on his father's side are from russia once they see is an ethnic russian from she claims to have left what her native language became oppressed it's important business you know the mall languages you speak the more you can learn and comprehend i want my child to be able to learn all of them without any restrictions but the new authorities in kiev were of a nationalist presence among them seem to disagree one of the first things they did
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after storming to power was cancel russian as the second official language in regions where ethnic russians make up the majority causing confusion even among local civil servants but. most of the people who come here are russian speakers some don't even understand ukrainian not to mention legal terms how can they read and understand documents surveys indicate that an absolute majority of crimea and speak russian as their main language but many are now practically forced to be taught in schools attend court or even get medical prescriptions in ukrainian. patient speaks only russian what should the doc to do given that prescription and ukrainian not only these laws work they're lonely aggravate the situation. aggravation which is hard to ignore here in the crimea for the past few days now pro russian activists have been gathering in the center of the crimean capital protesting against the new authorities in kiev and their policies and saying they are ready to protect their national identity everything that is seen as russian in
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any way is under assault so just by virtue of the need for self defense one can see why crimea and other parts of eastern ukraine are moving ever closer to moscow as plans to hold a nationwide early presidential election in late may. have now decided to hold a referendum on the republic separating from ukraine altogether. crimea. all the latest updates about the situation in ukraine is on air and online including. in crimea the self-defense forces have become something of an attraction for locals enjoying their weekend as people pose for photos and make them sandwiches for the full story at our website don't call. back to bring you more international news for including the mass protests in venezuela that's after a short break.
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with. technology innovation all the developments around russia. the future. i. want to. thank you. peter he. says. the so. the pleasure to have you with us here on t.v.
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today i'm wrong researcher. the deadly protests in venezuela which have left eighteen dead since last month will be the subject of talks between the u.n. secretary general and the country's representatives activists therapy in reading over the state's economic woes and a drastic surge in crime it was accused president dural of pressuring political rivals he's kicked out three american diplomats and blamed washington for stoking the unrest and the u.s. state department responded in calling we will put from venezuela analysis dot com told us the u.s. doesn't actually mining the volatile. united states are supposed to be the hero and charges for a very long time and so has the conservative government in colombia both governments have seen various ways whether it is by the way i was exploring paramilitaries
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going to going to sway them from colombia or also the us government supporting opposition groups with funding and with this public statements that for example carry it recently gave secretary of state. which essentially gives you a position to sharpen your arm because. there are protests. it's quite clear that most of the protests are r r. r r so you can come. more analysis on the crisis in venezuela as one of some striking images from the recent violent rallies can be found on the web site also there are international pressure wasn't the only reason it had a rethink over its nuclear policies spiritual issues might be one of the key factors to iran is dramatically reducing its atomic program. covering the head for religious reasons by muslim women has caused much controversy in some european countries but says there is no problem with doing it on
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a football pitch more on. the rise in hate crimes against muslims is proving a major challenge for britain muslim patrols displays of islamic extremism in the daylight murder of a soldier in london of all fueled violent sentiment analysis an anti christian group is taking justice into its own hands. i want it to be so hard for the big kids given the christian prolifically there's any patrol in town also in the hills of the small but make sure it's muslim patrols a new political group calling themselves britain first have responded by forming what they've dubbed christie and patrols and this patrol comes complete with vehicle. proof the whole thing is all the t. joins the list they took to the streets in east london where we having full. librarian take. drugs to be happy. to make
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fun of the group has been described as far right many of their members a form of b.m.p. or e.t.l. though we get to differentiate themselves from these grapes and insist they don't want to be associated with violence but tactics such as baiting when members stand with empty beer cans to try and lure out the muslim patrols have proven controversial and some members of the group have already placed the rest will hear . problems for anyone to be. sure of trying. to confront them do you think the christian. despite having a pretty condemned the muslim patrols at the time the east london mosque has been singled out by the christian patrol for criticism the mosques say they feel caught
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in the middle and are worried the patrol could inflame fragile community relations our community certainly feels threatened by his antics the public needs to understand this that none of these groups represent the mainstream community or wider society out on london streets and well there's not much support to be found here either. first. you shouldn't have a solution. i'm sorry. do you think it's all going to be completely peaceful. there are going to be moments where obviously i think there's a potential for trouble there always will be there's nothing we can do to avoid that. members of the public. facing the right to some fun but that's not what we've been told since
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a number of arrests last year the muslim patrols have gone to ground despite the christian patrol activity the muslim patrols. not taken the bait. in other international news this our world update antigovernment protesters in the turkish capital ankara were met by police using tear gas and water cannon demonstrators private security forces with stones and hold fireworks ball chanting over when the the next prime minister is accused of massive corruption after recordings emerged the porting to be of him and his son discussing how to stash away money the premier denounced the tapes as fake. police have increased security in western china after knife wielding attackers massacred up to thirty three people of the railway station over one hundred forty more were injured as a gang randomly stabbed commuters waiting for their train connections security forces shot dead four of the attackers and captured one suspect incident has been branded a terror act carried out by ethnic separatists. the death toll from
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a bomb that went off in a busy market in nigeria has risen to at least fifty one children are among the victims a number of casualties rises rescue troops find more bodies in the rubble no one's admitted carrying out the attack but suspicion has fallen on the extremist boko haram group which has long terrorized the country in its attempt to introduce sharia law. the official policy of labeling nuclear power as one of the greatest threats to the environment has left germany in desperate need of alternative resources resorted loosely couple of reports the race for green energy could be doing even more damage. welcome to outer wash population two hundred forty one it's a place that steeped in history the bell in this church was forged before columbus sailed for america and locals here have centuries old claim to the land it's we're all rick schultz was born and it's where he intends to die his family has owned
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this farm since fifteen sixty she learned a trade from his father and plans to hand the business down to his son. this has been our homeland for centuries it means everything to us but my family and my fellow villagers here face a terrible prospect our homes could soon be raised and our businesses destroyed. it's what's beneath the land an estimated two hundred fifty million tonnes of brown coal that threatens to wipe out a wash and two nearby villages off the map they have machines or strip mining the ground lignite or brown coal and you can see a size of this operation a coal mine behind me is already the size of several small towns but the company. wants to grow this we dish energy giant wants to double the size of the open cast mine bought in fall needs more lignite for its power plant one of the dirtiest in europe the local children call it the cloud making factory it's one of the most
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polluting fossil fuels and it's supposed to be a thing of the past germany gets nearly twenty five percent of its electricity from solar and wind with a goal of eighty percent renewables by twenty fifty at the country burned more brown coal last year than at any time since the one nine hundred ninety s. the dirty downside of chancellor merkel's nuclear phaseout more than nine hundred villagers are at risk of being displaced and for some there's a feeling of history repeating itself in this region thousands had been resettled after the second world war when the communist governments depended on brown coal to power its cities and factories. it makes me furious just furious first the government comes in starts developing alternative sources of energy and now we've come back to brown coal i feel very disillusioned we simply can't go back to old practices. residents have launched their own campaign to keep the diggers at bay
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but it's questionable if they can keep up the fight these are tiny villages with aging populations facing an energy giant with deep pockets a definitive decision has yet to be made on the fate of the villages in fall does move then it likely won't be for many more years and approval by state authorities is still pending although local activists aren't optimistic so the three villages will basically be gone if the plans of the prince. go through the parliament through. to be moved. our laws protect the interests of the coal mining industry and the industry managed to convince politicians that if the country abandons cold l.b. major problems with electricity supply quite honestly by its intimacy the company has said that it will recreate outer wash elsewhere a church for church promises a house for a house but for residents like all rick schultz giving up is simply not an option
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and of off on him by the here in creek my ancestors fought in the thirty year war with sweden in the seventeenth century object and they defended this land and i will also stand firm and fight for my land i cannot imagine what happens if i lose this battle when reporting in outer wash germany and the sea captain of. will be back with a new team of morphine just under half an hour from now in the mean time after the break kitty pilgrim looks at the economic challenges ukraine is now facing nets in and she kept.
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global convention capital with me casey kobe and this week we focus on ukraine as the boxes come to remain on the brink of bankruptcy a couple see just to participate coin is dealing with it citing possible injury and all the blow to its reputation meanwhile russia's currency the ruble is taking up factoring all that kudzu crazy treasury is at sea with debt at around eighty percent of the value of the entire economy the country's currency is an oyster a around the ten year low at the my bad news around a fifth of its value kiosks this mob on credit agency fitch has downgraded the economy to junk status ukraine's. an e.u. i.m.f. economic package soon the i.m.f. loan promised last august fell through and in december ukraine signed
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a fifteen billion dollar deal with russia plus the gas discounts of course this is been postponed until the new government is formed. ready how three billion dollars worth of ukrainian dess which was issued last december of course so how is all of this been affecting the russian economy well the russian ruble has also been hit stubbornly stuck at a five year low as investors back away from a merging market is with the threat of a debt default by ukraine rising the russian economy is unlikely to get back those three billion dollars last a concert at the moment russian stocks have also slumped including gas brum which provides ukraine with sixty percent of its gas ukraine is also the main transit route for russian gas to europe where gas from has a quarter of the market share the country already owes russia about one point six billion dollars and gas so for more all the russian economy how it's been affected impacted and or this and the financial strain on ukraine i'm now joined by robert
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oulds head of the neo liberal think tank the bruise group the situation at the moment is ukraine need they say thirty five billion dollars to get themselves back. where is that going to come from because as i understand it it's not going to be one source are going to have to do to several sources in order to get how do you think that that could create complications in itself. yes that ukraine would become in the bidding itself to other countries around the world offering offering itself in exchange for financing in exchange for people taking on the ukraine economies that create a bad political situation it's not one which is conducive to ukraine being an active independent country course didn't have to happen this to come to pass it
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didn't have to get this way but of course if countries are going to get involved in promoting regime change within ukraine which is now taken place and there will always be instability which dries up foreign direct investment dries up people buying ukrainian there which is why it's gone to junk status really the whole process of what's happened in ukraine is deeply regrettable and the situation has been generated where the economic future is looking very bleak we've already seen tensions on the street to put it very modestly indeed but when these reforms come into play if the i.m.f. loan is except says what's going to happen then that concerns me is while do you think that. we could have more problems it will sterrett see is really high since. exactly barks when the loans are money there is always the conditions which are very onerous upon those who are saving their money we look at the money that was
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loaned to greece it of course really they were calling me because they have to accept that their assets were owned by your pm central bank and the international monetary fund had to accept deep cuts to pensions to education because of welfare spending which actually created a deeper economic crisis a massive unemployment. involvement a naturally be a double agent just who would really create economic tensions and austerity as well as accepting more regulation from the european union will be the last thing that ukraine actually needs ok robert we'll leave it there let's just hope things get results very quickly for the sake of the people on the streets there is getting for a dangerous and stay in days robert oulds thank you for your time today a really very much appreciated the future of the digital currency bit quiet has once again been called into question because mt gox which is based in japan was
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once the largest corn exchange mysteriously disappeared this week due to a reported million dollar that customers have been able to withdraw their funds for more than two weeks now to discuss what this means for the big i'm now going to be joined by currency experts. india will. tell me how much more can the bit coin it take before people finally go off of this creates a current say. honestly i don't know if you would go by a prediction because it would not have existed in the first place and to us really the question isn't so important as bitcoin for us has really been approved of a concept and it has already delivered this has been a great success of through the door open to questions about money and what money could be there really never been asked in this public arena before and this and this and it is already excess that kind as had
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a railroad thinking about the silk road incidents as wildly mt gox this week does it prove the regulated car is is. considering style much has gone wrong. there is really only if you look at this one currency only there are hundreds of unregulated currencies by which we probably just mean not controlled by the states out in the open and they have little to do with the crypto currency that you don't use on the recent years there is great examples all over the world from business to business exchanges that use their own currencies to help businesses to trade with each other through social currencies or even local municipalities now issuing their own currency for example in front of the secure fernand if you want or the business community the city of amsterdam issuing one for the engagement of citizens in city planning and activities there's a number of really great examples out there how unregulated currency in the sense have already worked and delivered it's really only if you design
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a currency with these specific features and properties as bitcoin that you can quickly see all these troubles coming right behind us well but the fact is. because it is the only one that anyone has heard of really on the mainstream so if you think the point in a way has given cryptocurrency is a bad image. well it's all part of a very long learning curve and crime as the currency now getting a lot of big bad news is of course a concern in terms of communications it's always been our effort to actually educate people and regulators and businesses and implementors at the same time to what a currency actually is and what the difference to a payment system is and once we get this message across that bitcoin the currency has failed but bitcoin the payment system the protocol has really created revolutionary innovations in the sector that it was long due for an overhaul that
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will stick and that will create good news and really revenue over evolutionary neutral opportunities letter right and center while people modeling about what went wrong with bitcoin how we can make it in the end actually to these new currency that the change the financial system as we know. switzerland's banking and credit suisse is accused of helping us customers to consult us with accounts in order to avoid paying billions of dollars and american taxes according to a report from the us government the swiss bank created force these are applications and organized business in secret for most controlled lists in its quest to hide tens of billions of dollars from u.s. authorities credit suisse c brady dougan said that he deeply regrets that some of its bank is violated u.s. tax laws but that there was only gases evidence of improper conduct or riot is move on and talk about corporate users believing in taking off rights is also my.
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stopwatch thing with a rating agency fitch ratings process will continue working with standard and poor's and just a few other large russian companies thank you very the t b. and called make out also recently seven times with the bridge they use the agency of a lot of professionals as. brushes launches children's retail plans to offer and initial public offering an i.p.o. in london it made mobbed children's world will place more than one hundred eighty four million shares on the london stock exchange this follows the laws of the russian retailer led to his debut on friday diamonds producer. plans to increase diamond production to forty million cars a year by twenty twenty the company which produces a portion of the world doesn't generate is a net profit of nine hundred ten million dollars the planned expansion will be possible want to do vines begin wanting to pull the property.
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in russia old believe me as it's called hair which is just a week old feasting before and of course on the average russian will spend fourteen dollars indulging and that passion for power according to a study by the new. index which says that the perfect pancake considers. itself consists of a key to gram of course enough butter and caviar all to fill them and to hold a liter of water last year russians spent less on their pancake week and that was mainly because what was chief last year so there we are caviar. my goodness does it prove i had to capital how have you been enjoying your crying jags me myself i like a bit less than a look at it if. you can tell me on twitter i'll be awaken i haven't decided what i'm going to give up for that yeah i'm thinking either took out all i want to eat i
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don't have a great time to buy. maybe you. don't think. the response to really. everyone in my life that i cared about their goal much and that i came to skate well. i was national champion in track and field and also i was able to go and qualify
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for the olympic games. you know nine hundred eighty eight i started to experiment with that the drugs i had lost all the financial means that i. was really on the street. black market kids. great kid street kid. winter is when the sahara comes to life in. a way says palm trees are being harvested. people are waiting for the biggest event of the year. the desert festival. this is true it is
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very out of this race leading camel races have spent the last year preparing for the grueling marathon. the day before the race there's a heavy sound still overcoming the power of nature is a never ending challenge. a desert winter a nutty. this is what you adjust your mental. children of the industrial revolution we call a spirit seems to be running out of steam as well as a boil coal gas water to old trees we should like to birds but in some sense the ratio of energy expended to energy actually required is for me to find a just system for the bugs millions at least i live in the full day class to expire we are joined by tom to speak on this and just anyone know how to solve this before
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it collapses with not much time left to get some answers we took for leading nations speaking for america general back stuff this is a zero tolerance recoil we don't need more energy to retrieve oil from the soil the received from the rich which for recessions prepare for q three we supply this energy crisis such as this we america obama is wise and more such responsible by just a few trusting. the next old pipeline riverside's. tar sands causing gulf stream on the cars trucks and the farmer says the safe olympics will time so far which is pay the fine right because the so called crazy squat to try to get the job done by never depend on foreign oil it appears the time to go to war to get to the american bomb has the next powerful nation to show its the cool chinese minister benny see why so dennis named robert thanks for speaking your place as you
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can see for. a long time amazing but you say i want to quit profound and how do you plan to bring that about by putting the colors right we can call policy tolerance success so what's the takeaway if we have an easy call to watch but what about tibet we do hear tools to free tibet for china to be free. of our free energy policy. plus a couple of possible last impossible job cuts in the monastery the solutions of the superpowers what about the super rich have they got some nuances the next guests discussing these pressing matters all intrapreneur richard richard what is really good people on let's put this great show these people. exhibit p. c's love the city on and what time to show up it's time to jostle check you must live and die right from mars against the planet solar panel
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such as the the logical. civilian with the flip the switch the time which colonize the solar system what should you wait. till the people of earth you're playing let's get it clear with planning a trip with the men dragging them back to the old would be confined to the same old just such a lot of them but the to listen to what if an asteroid because you miscalculated. but for some our usage uncollected just a no. no we can count on your results from the sky what other energy sources can we find translucent what is your view of the sea here suppressing the truth of the fish. prefer to support the political support for a change that some are trying to. claim technology in the right
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because. they come into our lives time and scientists all their drinks industry climate change to make energy. when all energy should be available on a free public. speaking about land use solutions for the crisis we have a prime minister of australia tony abbott the sun since last june is late edition straight ahead not bad news from the club a commission because you will book published. a long list from a far. mining company source says the. deadly. mistakes that if you want to. disappear should show us the opposite sides can believe that change is not good for you. forums challenges and thoughts from entrepreneurs free thinkers and leaders on this forum yet time some of them we still seem stalled with no way forward but when we get a call in the jews channeling little a little loose trying to confer with the zero which is that the public. is certain
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but what are you going to say on the energy crisis concerning unsold school for two straight feet which are posted here to exude yes we know this song at the center of the song to try lucian or is it suppose in my day going to see the centuries but now i do it so i see your loop still not quite good which is why i like a book because of what's going to stick to say can you assure the biggest joke or just stick to trust your covetousness not just circulation because most want to keep your mouth just such a good thing you're sick of the sun is a contributing just stumbles around the sun in a cycle some instruments mention must have been one by solar hotel but the signals are stored on other planets need reminding you because we're returning with such force to provide just this by streaming this or some crisis what gets those invited and all who surprised to know a final thought before we end the sightings many of our plumes do why we still find
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things scientific advances new tools and devices but this crisis acquires a realignment of power which has to happen not in a lab but in a rather mind the second heliocentric revolution has already begun it will be time to check this great ship piece of the sun would shine the stars like fall into darkness what is next month as we search for more on system. moves. solo songs. a little. bit of. more. pain for the young
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girls cam all for of a future hotter. between two and three hundred million guns united states so you can act like they're not here and keep kids away from them. deposits out if they lard you know i mean this teaches them a lot of for a responsibility and simply come to pay through the eyes of children if we can't do it for our children for our future. winter is when the sun comes to life in. a way says palm trees are being harvested . people are waiting for the biggest event of the year. the desert festival. this is true it is
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a bit out of this race leading camel races have spent the last year preparing for the grueling marathon. the day before the race there's a heavy sound still overcoming the power of nature is a never ending challenge. so far in a desert went to the nazi. worldwide investigation up. fishing industry reveals the hidden in troubled waters of fish fun. to me because. i spread all over and over is the most toxic food you have in the whole world growing profit defeats officials inquiry
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beyond. the head of the ukrainian naval forces pledge allegiance to the crimean people and many troops stationed on the peninsula join local defense groups. would like to thank the offices. of the legitimate authority so this is a truly historic day. resistance to rule from spreading across the southeast of ukraine with protests in a dozen cities against the far right nationalists taking up. the cause. and in this week's news diplomatic swordplay between venezuela and the united states as deadly clashes in caracas and beyond see washington accused of fueling the trouble. the controversial christian grey.

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