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you and. this is why you should care what you're only on the. crimea formally asked to be reunited with russia after more than ninety percent of voters show their support for breaking away from ukraine in a region wide referendum. crimean vote and underestimation ukraine trigger a harsh response from kiev which stands military hardware to the eastern border while radical politicians say the country should go nuclear. on the west turns its timer on moscow with washington and brussels slapping sanctions on russian and crimean officials.
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watching our c.n.n. national coming to you live from moscow i'm marina joshie welcome to the program while crimea has now officially declared its independence from ukraine and asked to join russia after an overwhelming majority in the autonomy province voted for reunification and a historic referendum well over ninety six per se and one crimea to be part of russia less than three percent favor staying with ukraine whose post-coup government is not recognized by the local authorities and the remaining one percent of ballots were invalid the referendum saw an unprecedented turnout of more than eighty three percent and international observers reported no significant violations during the voting r.t. spotlessly are is in crimea for us. well it's a very cheerful and faced of mood here in this a vast a pole as you walk down the streets people are waving the russian flag many people actually have the flag draped over their bodies they've also cars honking their horns and driving down with the flag out of their windows the same mood is being
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experienced in some for our poll and other cities and regions across crimea where the overwhelming majority have voted to rejoin russia i was speaking to a man who summed up the mood when he said we feel like we're going home another woman telling me that people here have always been russian in the soul and they've been waiting for this day to come the mood is also experienced by the international observers who are giving a positive critique of this referendum they say that everything went according to plan that there were no reports of hiccups or at least no major hiccups and that everything went smoothly the crimean authorities have officially declared independence from ukraine this is something that they say they would do prior to this referendum and a delegation from the crimean parliament is currently on their way to moscow. the main issue there crimea is financial system the russians then there's the cord in the the use of both russian and ukrainian currencies and their energy in terms of security in the republic i can say that we have no problems with providing.
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agencies around. the crimean parliament has issued a formal request to the russian parliament to take them in the russian state duma is scheduled to hold a session on friday to discuss this the russian president vladimir putin will also need to sign off on it but certainly a festive mood here in crimea where as another person summed it up this is the best day of his life. on across eastern ukraine many regions i'm happy where the key of authorities are taking inspiration from crimea and an answer to major industrial hub people have been railing for referendum for more than a week demonstrators also demand the release of a so-called people's governor a protest leader who was arrested earlier this month on sunday crowds stormed the prosecutor general's office and angered the hack waters of a company belonging to the new billionaire governor appointed by keogh and hark of mass protests have been taking place on a daily basis despite
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a court order banning demonstrations a sow's and strong rally there demanded a popular vote on the region status at the government activists also broke into the office of the ultra nationalist right sector group one for the deaths of two people in a recent shooting also civilian the fans volunteers in the don't ask region say they have intercepted and stopped a ukrainian army convoy the vehicles were heading east towards the border with russia as ryan o'neal reports. attentions of taken a sinister turn here in donetsk following sunday's referendum after reports of emerged that activists stopped military movements of soldiers on the quitman from ukraine moving towards the russian border activists from the self-defense groups apparently books about twenty trucks that were carrying soldiers as well as military equipment including regular military vehicles in. this it should really
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sore about fifteen to twenty vehicles we stopped them in the commanders told us they were on their way to military drills but we realized that they were heading towards the russian border lightly awesome to turn back there were a couple of hours of negotiations with the agreed and left. also in neighboring new guns locals looked railway lines with scrap metal and carriages that's to stop the transportation on the train of large military equipment. adding tanks now the locals here have been told that all of this equipment is part of planned military training exercises but there are still reports circulating that there are the military vehicles that have in fact made their way to the russian border there is also a growing suspicion amongst the locals here that these military movements imply that kiev is trying to provoke the population here by been trying to come what is already a very tense situation in the region so with these suspicions along with plan demonstrations across the region that will take part throughout the week i say only adding to what is a very intense situation here in the east of ukraine and the e.u.
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and the us have imposed sanctions on a number of russian and crimean officials over their support for the referendum for more on this i'm now joined live by an associate who are going to say thank you so much for joining us here now what do we know about these measures to tell us more. well love marina what we know is these measures calm as a sort of second wave of muscle flexing that we've seen seen come from the united states when it comes to the situation surrounding the crimean referendum certainly the u.s. and the e.u. for that matter have been saying even days and had before the referendum to place that it would be rejected that it's considered illegal and against the ukrainian constitution so certainly the latest measures this second set of sanctions the first one having taken two weeks ago basically is no surprise and u.s. officials have warned it is a list of sanctions against seven russian officials among them the head of russia's federation council a deputy prime minister and an aide to russian president vladimir putin and for
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ukrainian officials including ousted ukrainian president viktor yushchenko bij what these sanctions include are certain asset freezes and travel bans curiously and visa bans and we've we've heard some comments being made from certain russian officials saying what if we don't have any assets to freeze and so certainly this comes as something quite expected in moscow now this list is bound to grow according to analysts we've also seen from the european union similar sanctions imposed on twenty one russian officials from a wider list so it's important to keep in mind that these sanctions seem to be only in the first stages and we are expecting the list of russian officials to be included in these sanctions to grow now we've heard just minutes ago from u.s. president barack obama speaking on the crimean referendum where he basically said there's still room for dialogue unless provocation for from russia and we do know that the position of the u.s.
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has largely been really blaming russia for everything that's been on raveling on the ground in ukraine he'll be traveling to the next week where likely the sanctions between the u.s. and e.u. will be on the table when you're around if you think it's a much for bringing us the update from washington d.c. honestly if you're going to live there. well despite hawkish rather rick from politicians european businesses are taking a more cautious approach warning that the e.u. itself has plenty to lose from sanctions russia is the european union's third largest trade partner nearly half of the cars made in the e.u. and up and russia as does eighteen percent of chemical production plus european consumers get one third of the are natural gas supplies from gas brum and then there's a huge profits from food x. sports to moscow wants that's only half the story russia's contribution to the global economy is also not to be underestimated take madeline's for instance twenty percent of the world's titanium comes from russia and metal used in industries from
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aviation to jewelry nearly half the world's belayed e.-m. which makes your car greener is mined in russia as well down there is russia's massive contribution and platinum diamonds and many other minerals so any disruption in the supply of those commodities is bound to reverberate across the global economy now let's talk about the sanctions in more detail with financial markets expert patrick young who joins me live from poland patrick it's always great to have you with us here on the show well as we heard the u.s. and the e.u. are imposing sanctions on russia and certain russian and crimean officials i should say what if any impact do they expect to have. at this juncture what we have is really only some sort of statement of impact i mean essential of the european union allied to the united states of america have put together a list of people and they've said oh they're very important and of course the idea
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is they're trying to create fear their ultimate lee trying to create an impact the chelsea set who are so ensconced in s w three in london and all the russians who travel overseas will start to be afraid and that hopefully they will some other calls the russian situation to change in the crimea so therefore these are very very much essentially open simple statements of fact because of course the biggest problem is that the next step to actually get towards tangible economic sanctions could be very difficult because the european union needs unanimity of all twenty eight members to move forward. well you know barack obama just said that these targeted measures are just an initial stab i mean should moscow expect more. well what's already been said is i mean this is step two of a three step process the first was to fly inside of negotiations about going to
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things like the jihadists option talking about visa liberalization we're in stage two we've got this list initially something like twenty one people disagree chandran thirty people by the end of the week and could expound and then of course we get to effectively the nuclear option phase three is the whole point where essentially proper hard to trade sanctions might take place the problem without of course is the fact that well let's look at it this way in the cold war we infamously had weapons of mass destruction and we had this thing called mutually assured destruction whoever launched a missile attack first that was nuclear the other was going to wipe it all out knowing what we've reached is actually mutually assured economic destruction because realistically although there are twenty eight nations in the european union although they're also backed by the united states of america none of those economies are really performing so strongly that they can truly expect not to be harmed quite significantly if they suddenly impact russia because of course russia
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will retaliate and russia holds a huge number of trump cards in this discussion well it looks like no one better benefits from these sanctions and in the worst case scenario the countries that imposes sanctions will be also hit by you know the sanctions that will. return to them and will backfire now the last question that i'd like to ask you before we let you go is of the financial help that. is offering ukraine and that's fifteen billion dollars. can the block really afford to help ukraine given the dire straits that it is in now itself. we're in a situation where frankly the european union house for a long time been in the economics of la la land they're not talking about multiple billions of euros but they're quickly trying to kaviak because of course they're terrified hard can you possibly reasonably operate a sensually a domestic policy within the european union across twenty eight countries that
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leaves behind fifty percent of greek youth on employed that has thirty plus percent of the spanish and employed this is an organization in chaos economically the euro currency doesn't work it doesn't have the ability the flexibility to devalue in the same way per nation as in fact russia has with the ruble so therefore it is frankly political hypocrisy of the first order what is going on recently because certainly no one in europe is in a position where they want to give their money to ukraine because all of the european nations how far meant far too many problems going forward and therefore also how can they possibly turn around and say that suddenly we're not going to be able to build our bus planes because of a lack of to tenby and or indeed that we're going to stop exporting one hundred billion euros worth of cars just from germany and the united kingdom that end up on the streets of moscow and run russia ultimately the european union is playing with fire and it's playing with fire two months ahead of very important elections to the
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european parliament where we're likely to see an incredible growth in extremis and why there's extremists coming along because they've given up hope in the modeless of the brussels operators that says that it's going to give money what they nearly to the ukrainians but isn't going to deal with the problems at home that frankly is a huge economic impasse and very worrying all right patrick young thank you so much for sharing your thoughts with us here on r t n a national. now the referendum in crimea and anti-government protests in eastern ukraine have triggered a backlash from ultra nationalist in kiev the leader of the right sector who's running for president has suggested blowing up natural gas pipelines linking russia to europe and it's just the latest in a string of threats against moscow coming from people who have significant authority in kiev as r.t. the group is going off now reports. with tensions between moscow and kiev ukraine's
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right wing radicals have been pouring even more fuel on the fire russia is making money by supplying oil and gas to the west through our pipeline so we'll destroy it dimitri yarosh is the leader of ukraine's ultra nationalist movement the right sector which was among the main engines that drove february's violence in kiev only on the flight and i would say it's not enough even right now like a cable something else the new authorities are viewed as a legitimate government by the west that's despite all the firearms. molotov cocktails. deaths and the fact that the uprising brought a wave of far right extremist power in kiev. and weeks conversation also suggest that someone from the new government was behind the snipers or fired on both protesters and police in the capital that must have all looked rather thrilling in western chancery is unless they had read the novel frankenstein because if they had they had no. dr frankenstein created quickly got out of control and this
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monstrous threat by the right sector is a very grave one for people in europe because at least a third of the european union's gas supply is coming from russia even before threatening to blow up the pipeline yet or should already been placed on an international wanted list by moscow for making another menacing statement publicly called on chechen terrorists have to launch attacks on russia after refused to recognize kiev's knew or thought the islamist leader or model for also known as the russian bin laden took responsibility for various attacks on off the east and civil unions including the two thousand and ten moscow metro and the two thousand and eleven my dealer interactions airport bombings over seventy people were killed in these two attacks alone but cutting off europe from energy supplies and calling on terrorists to attack run. so wasn't enough once you restart our nuclear arsenal it
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will be a very different conversation a rout a deputy from the sub or the port he said it would take you have less than a year to build up a nuclear arsenal we need to see responsibility from the leading well powerless now to look at what's happening in ukraine to look at the changes that went on and to really focus on the seriousness of the of the problem now with this ultra nationalists in power in the ukraine and the dangers that they pose to the not just to the region but to europe as a whole it's hard to predict what sort of threats may come from the new right wing political elites in ukraine but what's clear so far neither their words nor their needs it had any impact on the foreign political support in the west you go to school or to moscow. so the threat from iranian politicians may sound alarming but just how realistic is it we've been putting together some facts on the country's nuclear capabilities and here is what we found half of ukraine saturday it comes from nuclear power so it's certainly got the know how and fortunately for key of
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all of its fuel is bought from russia and it has no way of enriching uranium to weapons grade now on the other hand if it really wanted to it could take reactor ways to make a dirty bomb but by doing this ukraine would not only be breaking its international commitments by its own constitution which forbids nuclear weapons as for delivery vehicles a nuclear payload can be placed in a simple artillery shell or rocket but can it all be done in three to six months the answer unfortunately is yes a low tech bomb could be put together in that time frame well ukraine's current prime minister has vowed to hunt down separatists and make them pay. grade we'll find all those responsible for instigating separatism we will find them in the new year with two in place the more on trial these the very ground will burn beneath their feet there will be no place on earth where they will feel safe and
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the russians building or protect them. now is also planning to beef up the ukrainian army increasing the military budget by nearly seven hundred million dollars in order to fund this ukraine which is close to bankruptcy it would have to slash social spending case admits it needs thirty five billion dollars to plug its budget and the fifteen billion dollars promised by the e.u. are still a long way off now more news around the corner here and here national including a look at whether italy could see one of its wealthiest provinces go it alone.
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children on the loose and the link to the close with many use is war. my goodness i can said i have a dream about nice to tell you how to draw. drawings have not caused a huge number of civilian casualties that for the most part they have been very precise six like. this small body on the ground is a little girl and just next to her is a little boy of eight. we do some of her service also which was a complete. afghan since all the ones i can confirm that were operating them in. afghanistan is the only other country i. left as a country. welcome
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back you're watching r t international italian province of anatomists seeking to break away from a referendum backed by local authorities is underway there and runs until friday citizens can no longer a dedicated website or vote by phone saying whether they want to form an independent republic now the voting on the issue is to end by friday the referendum itself carries no legal weight but campaigners say that a yes vote would lay the groundwork for independence arches or in english go finds out what is the motivation for the nations to say goodbye to rome. people here believe that they have an absolute right for independence they say they don't want to have rome as a bureaucratic entity ruling over them they believe it's simply unfair because their earnings are going over to rome in order to make up for the country for italy's financial woes as a matter of fact if does to see it from italy they're also looking to leave the euro to leave the e.u.
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and leave as well i came here because i want to see the need to be independent when taxes go to rome then money do not come back any more money goes in is wasted in other claims and he will remain always cool. it's looks like nobody in europe seems to have any idea about the independence referendum happening in venice at the moment but it's not something that has just suddenly cropped up as a matter of fact the movement and the idea of the referendum for independence has been floating around in the region for several decades at this point and has been actively in the works for the last several years yet people in brussels and officials in europe believe that this referendum is not legitimate and therefore they choose to disregard it as something unimportant there is hardly any news about it unlike of course the idea of in crimea again some believe that if this does indeed happen and then into does become independent at least in its own right it will actually change the face of europe as we see it right now in venice.
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vento is one of the most populous regions of italy with eight percent of the population living there and it's also one of the richest provinces accounting for ten percent of national g.d.p. its main city venice is the number one tourist attraction with fourteen million visitors every here opinion poll suggest out the majority of locals are in favor of breaking away from rome even though it only stands to lose one of its most important regions media coverage has been muted where the crimean referendum stealing center stage and we asked people in europe whether they're even aware of an artist push for secession. oh to be up she will increase yes i've heard of this over into. the river in the mini to me. in reading at night telling referendum is it to date a woman who'd and what happens there in italy do you believe in this know what kind
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of referendum is there in italy and i know i've only heard about crimea i watched news about it. now take a look at some other stories from around the world u.s. special forces have seized a hearing while from a rebel held port in libya the operation carried out in international waters off cyprus was authorized by president obama only because request the country's prime minister was sacked after the ship evaded a naval blockade in the port of sidra last week the oil terminal in sidra has been in the hands of rabble since july twenty third team. is in venezuela have stormed a central square in caracas that anti-government demonstrators it turn into their stronghold groups use tear gas and water cannon on the crowd which responded with rocks and molotov cocktails this follows president enduros earlier threats to use force to clear public areas occupied by demonstrators. a suicide car bomb attack has left four people dead in lebanon one of the victims was
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a leader of the powerful shiite militant movement has blocked fighters from jihad is still nusra front which supports the uprising in neighboring syria said the attack was a revenge for hezbollah's support for the assad government in syria on sunday the syrian army backed by has block captured a key rebel stronghold near the lebanese border. after the break if have a documentary on america's conversational drone program to stay with or to international. i don't want to beat a dead horse i try to address these opinion pieces but you created melt out hits really close to my heart and affects people i know when i see obama gleefully talking to self elected new ukrainian prime minister just burns the inside of my brain he's throwing hypocrisy gasoline on my fire of contempt not only to delete
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phone call from the estonian defense minister claim that the kiev opposition used both sides but now the former ukrainian chief of security confirmed that the sniper fire came from a building under the control of the protesters at that time also the alliance currently in power in kiev glorified out see germany n u slogans like putting jews and russians to the knife so america's first black president a nobel peace prize winner who was elected by waves of tolerant optimistic lefty liberals is smiling and chatting with a leader who is supported by white power right winger groups that use the murder of their own members to oust a democratically elected government there william nightmare is now my friends but that's just my opinion.
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live. funding social groups or organizations that are the same thing as funding a revolution well of course if they're tossing molotov cocktails and not having
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a peaceful and and what i would say entail actual dialogue you know using communications and paper and and creating you know what i would say town halls and having discussions that is funding a revolution. and basically the money's going to organizations that may incite violence against the standing government you know that is inciting your evolution and i think it's illegal. in a rural area of yemen. and then climbs on the back of a vehicle. he's suspected by the americans of being linked to the terrorist group. his name. because. the passengers have no idea but a few kilometers above the head a drop
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a remotely operated plane and a pilot is watching the vehicle. in the united states at a military base the man in charge of the drone receives the order to shoot. pulls the trigger. this strike is one of thousands carried out by the americans in secret operations around the world. the drones of the newest muscle and that powerful intelligence service the cia. together with barack obama the president of the united states they're mounting a secret campaign to kill the america's enemies all over the world. it decided that rather than to. detained al qaeda or taliban members that it wanted instead use drone strikes to try to kill them. according to the united states it's the
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perfect weapon surgically precise. but behind all this talk the reality is different. the innocent on not spam. today some people are asking. has barack obama committed a walk ride with his secret program. if you're a woman and children news lead knowingly so many years it is what dr martin luther king said i have a dream of a maze today to me i have a daughter. our
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inquiry begins deep in the united states. thousands of kilometers from the countries where the americans fight there will. be a we are at the tranquil plains of new mexico. sky unmanned aircraft fly overhead in the desert. the propellers make a distinctive sound. it's a drone. to take off from this military base. where the u.s. army trains pilots for these new aircraft. today they're having an open day.
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has organized a press conference on the drones for journalists who have come from all over the world. on my space but. this is what they train on this. one. night we keep going we have to leave you not want any of this. interview have arranged quite fit. the visit is tightly controlled. perfectly prepared pilots will keep us in order to introduce us to america's latest weapon. this is the predator the most current model one hundred sixty four in america's fleet. and here is the latest model even more powerful. it's the reaper. the army has one hundred full.
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these aircraft are equipped with bombs and laser controlled missiles but their main asset is in the front of the machine. under here there's a satellite antenna. and. there's the plane turns and stuff as it's in flight or track the satellite and that's what allows us to fly it via satellite so. underneath the plane here is what substitutes the pilot's eyesight and you have three cam three cameras on here you have an infrared camera and this one up here is a extremely wide view camera and then this one is the one that gets you very in color shots. thanks to these technologies these aircraft have become very powerful weapons for the american military. they don't
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fly very fast just four hundred kilometers per hour maximum but they can fly very high up to fifteen thousand meters which makes them hard to detect. the machines are also inexpensive and since they can see a little fuel they can remain in the air for a long time up to about twenty hours in comparison with four hours for a manned fighter plane. most of all this demonstration video shows with drones the pilots no longer need to be in the battlefield. control post in the united states thanks to a connection satellite they can control their aircraft where ever it is in the world. the drones meanwhile transmit images films by their cameras. they permit the surveillance of the territory but also have the ability to shoot things to the arms they carry on board if the drone gets hit or even destroyed the pilot is not at risk he is safely in his military base in the united
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states in these futuristic army barracks reinforced and air conditioned. we won't learn anything about the details of any current operations here the information given to journalists has been very carefully selected. and. you don't know and it's the same for every yes if you look. he has his name tag. the other people will be objective for the u.s. army is not to talk about operations. but rather to convince journalists of the technological capabilities of the drones ok come on in. with this in mind the soldier takes us to a simulator for the pilots a trained. so essentially trainer portion is this entire unit
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this part of here with the two seats is what looks just like the g.c.'s that down cold station. two people and needed to operate a drug. on the one hand a pilot flies the plane and on the other an operator controls the camera. you can see piers. you know and this would be a friendly force right here so as i see you may not get pretty good i could tell if this isn't exactly falling that the n.c.s. natural aircraft will be obviously the simulator so that even. if a target is identified that it's necessary to shoot the pilots takes charge. will assume that this is hostile they'd give me clearance i have my son is which is pretty shall i select my different weapons. everything is going to be touch screen
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so in this case i was going to shoot a hellfire. so once i select the weapon i wanted it obviously a huge group or nation effort between myself and the sensor she would start lazy and we would have all the appropriate clearances and then i would execute basically fire i pull into trigger. three. in two thousand and thirteen the air force has plans to train six hundred seem to get a new drone pilots almost as many as traditional fighter pilots. they will then be spread out among the. numerous u.s. military bases where the aircraft are operated. the drones themselves operates thousands of kilometers away. been used in iraq throughout the
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american intervention and are in action today you know afghanistan. is part of the program is publicly acknowledged by the americans since they are now officially at war with these two countries. but drones have also been used in pakistan yemen and even in somalia. places where the united states is not officially at war. in these countries it's the cia which is using this new weapon as part of its huge campaign to destroy members of al qaeda and their allies the taliban. but at the bits the pilots have orders not to talk about this part of the program officially it doesn't exist. in afghanistan. we do some operation. with other countries. and i can confirm that we are operating in yemen. and for the. country i can confirm. this country
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correct its secrets. why have drones taken such an important place in the american arsenal. to find out we have to look to the past. everything began after the september eleventh attacks of two thousand and one. at the helm of the traumatized stricken america george w. bush declared war on terrorism. either you are with us. or you're with the terrorists. america launched a will wife. a program of secret activities carried out by special forces and cia agents. hundreds of ground
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operations were set up in order to flush out members of al qaeda. suspects were killed others were arrested secretly flown out to know to be interrogated by the americans. the united states is holding nearly seven hundred fifty suspects at their base in guantanamo. but soon holding prisoners without conviction outside of old legal jurisdiction tarnished america's image they didn't know what to do with these prisoners. then photos of torture carried out by g.i.'s kind of iraqi prisoners at abu ghraib. scandal.
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muslim world hatred for the united states group. american anti-terrorist policy reached an impasse. the population of crimea votes to decide its legal right of self-determination how did it come to this is it because of the western backed coup that is a fascist power. by the east because all this is sideshow to undermine russia's legitimate security. the piece of lead lives they lead very hard to take on to let alone to get along here a plug that never had sex with others make their lives let's call
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america syriac germany. now why. are slowing. do we speak your language i mean some of the will not advance. the music programs and documentaries in spanish matters to you breaking news a little tonnage of angles couldn't stories. you hear. that try all t. spy. visit. barack obama arrived at the white house for a change of strategy. was one of the advisors to the bush administration on the question of drones he witnessed this evolution. the bush administration really did
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not use drone strikes very much the obama administration saw what happened to the bush administration with respect to detention and. decided that rather than to detain. taliban members. stead use drone strikes to try to kill them. a list of people to be eliminated by. this list contains the names of the most powerful members of al qaeda and the. idea was that we could. launch very targeted strikes against individual to get to areas that u.s. troops could not otherwise get to and to limit civilian casualties. the democratic president is convinced he's found the perfect weapon. precision
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bombing able to take out the enemy without killing civilians. the loss of american soldiers. the white house know uses it as a must a weapon in its fight against terrorism. we conduct those strikes because they are necessary to mitigate ongoing actual threats to stop plots prevent future attacks and again save american lives the strikes are legal they are ethical and they are wise. the number of drone strikes has escalated. new america foundation counted forty nine under the bush administration. peris and with three hundred ninety five under barack obama. the president himself plugged the program in an online exchange with the patriots. the drones have not caused a huge number of civilian casualties. for the most part they have been very precise
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precision strikes against al qaeda and their affiliates. did barack obama tell the american people the truth that day. does the drone this perfect weapon really specify early in life so. we decided to go and see things from the other side of the screen. on the ground where the attacks take place. eleven thousand kilometers from the u.s. yemen is one of the top countries where unmanned planes operate. several years ago tourists used to come to some of the capital for the beauty of
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its narrow interim streets. today the foreigners along. the country has become one of the most dangerous in the world. soldiers patrol the town. the capital lives up to the daily threat of terror attacks. the country's leader is an american ally president. but in recent years islamists have taken control of several parts of yemen. notably north and south. these men organized under the banner of a q p a a al qaeda in the arabian peninsula to give any branch of the terrorist group. in this propaganda video the bosses directly threaten the united states and its. well i would then i call for an uprising. when i call for attacks
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and if that is not enough when i get a minute i call upon the army to go and fight the jews and american aircraft carriers. these are the combatants and their troops who are targeted by the american drones. station to neighboring countries saudi arabia in djibouti unmanned aircraft to pierce the yemeni sky to launch their strikes. since the beginning of the program there have been more than eighty. the last attack before our arrival took place thirty kilometers from sanaa. we're in yemen to check whether as the u.s. president claims only al qaeda members have been killed in these attacks. general the third two thousand and thirteen near a small village called car will. it
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is this attack in a rural area which was meant for robbie lucky a man suspected by the americans of being linked to al qaeda. that day a drone filmed him getting into the back of a vehicle. is accompanied by two bodyguards. several thousand meters above the ground invisible the drone follows the vehicle. shortly after eight pm the aircraft receives the order to fire from the u.s. several missiles were launched. the day after international media including fox news and c.n.n. announced that all the victims of the attack were members of al qaeda. if we believe this information it's still a perfect strike carried out by american drones. but no western journalists were there on the scene to verify this since the area is
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very dangerous for foreign us. we go in to try. the drone struck half an hour from sun up on the other side of these mountains. the risk of kidnapping on route is serious. so we're escorted by four armed guards in this vehicle behind us. we're not five kilometers away from the site of the strike but the soldiers order us to stop. the army refuses to let us pass officially the area is too dangerous for westerners. according to our guide it's impossible to negotiate we have no option but to turn back. to get around the obvious ruling we decide to trust our camera to an independent journalist. a man we can trust. a yemenite he
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can get through the checkpoint. the images he brings back a rare very few cameras of film the sights of drone strikes. they show a very different reality from the one reported in the press. the missiles were detonated on a narrow country lane there are still traces of the burning car and the impact on the ground. local inhabitants saw it all. there was blood everywhere. there was a body without legs or a head impossible to identify the legs and people from the neighboring village arrived. they recognised the car. other dollar hot and they started to scream. this is the scene
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discovered by villages they took these photos after the strike and. what remains of the vehicle is still smoking. among the mutilated human remains is rebbie lucky. the men targeted and his body guards. over the villages also found the bodies of two other people they knew well. what's left of the vehicle is now held in the neighboring village will thank. locals got the piece of evidence. in fact the car belonged to a man from the village. hussein. a young taxi driver aged just twenty six that's one of the two bodies the villages recognized. a man stands aside hussein. was your
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son involved with al qaeda. that's not the case he was just a student. a student who made a living working as a driver. so how would you explain what he was doing with al qaeda men generally are nothing to do with the living using the cars attacks that he was supporting us financially that's all. just like traditional bombs drone strikes don't spare civilians they incite hatred against the americans among the local people and they make those close to the victims hungry for revenge. the young taxi driver lived here in this family house with his father his brothers and sisters his grandmother and his mother. salim was our life like she was my eldest. what do you want us to do.
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and we had so many men now it's as if they cut off our hands and feet may god have revenge justice. inside the car that was targeted there was another villager. there a teacher aged thirty one. that's the second body the villagers recognized. this is his brother. and he shows us the school where the teacher worked just next to the village. on the wall there's an attendance chart for the teaches the teacher was still in plus a few hours before he died. my brother is innocent. look around he was there on january twenty third. he was there all year. and. never missed
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a single day. since he was even there the day he died before the bombing. in fact in this attack the drone fired on a group taxi. with two of the villages were and in which the suspects were travelling. people who've investigated this attack of very few and so now we have a meeting with one such person. for an engine go the defense human rights. foundation he has a document which confirms that the two villages were not among the targeted suspects it's a report from the yemeni minister for the interior. while a woman feel it is written had after an inquiry we certify that salim hussein here and elise. there any such the second victim is less likely
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a medical say yet on which it had no connection to fellow with the suspected person missing out on the school bus however they were killed alongside them in the vehicle or. the a.
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that. crimea formally also to be reunited with russia after more than ninety percent of voters show their support for breaking away from ukraine in a region wide referendum. the crimean votes and on dresden east and ukraine trade a harsh response from kenya which sends military hardware to the east and border while radical politicians they say the country should go nuclear. and the west turns its eye on lost with washington and brussels slapping sanctions on russia and crimean officials.
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here watching r t international live from moscow here with me to bang would say to our top story. crimea has officially declared its independence from ukraine and asked to join russia at an overwhelming majority in the autonomy's province voted for reunification in a historic referendum over ninety six percent want crimea to be a part of russia less than three percent favor the staying with ukraine whose post-coup government is not recognized by the local authorities and the remaining one percent of ballots where discounted the referendum saw an unprecedented turnout of more than eighty three percent and international observers reported no significant violations in the voting artie's policy is in crimea for. well it's a very cheerful and faced of mood here in this a vast a pole as you walk down the streets people are waving the russian flag many people actually have the flag draped over their bodies they're also cars honking their
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horns and driving down with the flag out of their windows the same mood is being experienced in some for our poll and other cities and regions across crimea where the overwhelming majority have voted to rejoin russia i was speaking to a man who summed up the mood when he said we feel like we're going home another woman telling me that people here have always been russian a soul and they've been waiting for this day to come the mood is also experienced by the international observers who are giving a positive critique of this referendum they say that everything went according to plan that there were no reports of hiccups or at least no major hiccups and that everything went smoothly the crimean authorities have officially declared independence from ukraine this is something that they say they would do prior to this referendum and a delegation from the crimean parliament is currently on their way to moscow. the main issue there crimea is financial system the russians then there's the cordon
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made the use of both russian and ukrainian currencies and their energy in terms of security in the republic i can say that we have no problems with providing the force and agencies around. the crimean parliament has issued a formal request to the russian parliament to take them in the russian state duma is scheduled to hold a session on friday to discuss this the russian president vladimir putin will also need to sign off on it but certainly a festive mood here in crimea where as another person summed it up this is the best day of his life. and across the eastern ukraine in many regions on and i'm happy with the kiev authorities are taking inspiration from crimea in dunya major industrial harbor people have been rallying for referendum for more than a week house also really demanding that the release of the so-called people's governor a protest leader was arrested earlier this month on sunday activists stronger the protests accuses general's office and to the headquarters of
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a company belonging to the new billionaire governor appointed by kenya. right and not far away in. mass protests have been taking place on a daily basis despite a court order banning demonstrations thousands of stronghold gathering there demanded a popular vote on the region status locals also broke into the office of the ultra nationalist right sector group blamed for the deaths of two people in a recent shooting. civilian defense volunteers say they were intercepted and stopped a ukrainian army convoy of vehicles were heading east towards the border with russia as running o'neill reports now. attentions of taken a sinister turn here in donetsk following sunday's referendum after reports of emerged that activists stopped military movements of soldiers and the quitman from ukraine moving towards the russian border here activists from the self-defense
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groups apparently blocked about twenty trucks that were carrying soldiers as well as military equipment including regular and evonne military vehicles which he said should really sore about fifteen to twenty armored vehicles we stopped them in the commanders told us they were on their way to military drills but we realized that they were heading towards the russian border i was politely asked them to turn back there were a couple of hours of negotiations with the agreed unless it was that it would also in neighboring lugansk locals blocked railway lines with scrap metal and carriages to stop the transportation on the train of a large military equipment including tanks now the locals here have been told that all of this equipment is part of planned military training exercises but there are still reports circulating that there are the military vehicles that have in fact made their way to the russian border there is also a growing suspicion amongst the locals here that these military movements imply
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that kid have is trying to provoke the population here rather than try and calm what is already a very tense situation in the region so with these suspicions along with plan demonstrations across the region that will take part throughout the week it's only adding to what is a very intense situation here in the east of ukraine. they e.u. and the u.s. have imposed sanctions on a number of russian and crimean officials that they support for the referendum on a see a truck and a has more. certainly the latest measures the second set of sanctions the first one having taken two weeks ago basically is no surprise and u.s. officials had warned it is a list of sanctions against seven russian officials among them the head of russia's federation council a deputy prime minister and an aide to russian president vladimir putin crimean officials and the ousted ukrainian president. was these sanctions included are certain asset freezes and travel bans curiously and visa bans and we've we've heard
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some comments being made from certain russian officials saying what if we don't have any assets to freeze and so certainly this comes as something quite expected in moscow now this list is bound to grow according to analysts we've also seen from the european union similar sanctions imposed on twenty one russian officials from a wider list so it's important to keep in mind that these sanctions seem to be only in the first stages and we are expecting the list of russian officials to be included in these sanctions to grow now we've heard from u.s. president barack obama speaking on the crimean referendum where he basically said there's still room for dialogue unless provocation for russia and said we do know that the position of the u.s. has largely been really blaming russia for everything that's been on raveling on the ground in ukraine he'll be traveling to the next week where likely the sanctions between the u.s. and e.u. will be on the table. why despite hawkish rhetoric from politicians european businesses are taking a more cautious approach warning that the e.u.
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itself has plenty to lose from sanctions russia is of the european union's of third largest trade partner nearly half of the cars made in the e.u. and up in russia as does eighteen percent of chemical production plus european consumers get one third of their natural gas supplies are from gas pumps and then there's a huge profits from food exports to moscow but there's only half of the story russia's contribution to the global economy as a whole is not to be underestimated take the metals for instance that twenty percent of the world's titanium comes from russia and metal used in industries from aviation to jewelry nearly half of the world's play be a member which makes your concrete is mined in russia then there's russia's massive contribution in platinum diamonds and many other minerals so any disruption in the supply of those commodities is bound to reverberated across the global economy
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financial markets expert patrick young earlier told us that by imposing sanctions on russia and pledging generous financial aid to ukraine the e.u. is taking on more than he can handle. we're in a situation where frankly the european union house for a long time been in the economics of la-la land they're not talking about multiple billions of euros but they're quickly trying to kaviak because of course they're terrified hard can you possibly reasonably operate a sensually a domestic policy within the european union across twenty eight countries that leaves behind fifty percent of greek youth on employed that has thirty plus percent of the spanish and employed this is an organization in kale second normally the euro currency doesn't work it doesn't have the ability the flexibility to devalue in the same way per nation as in fact russia has with the ruble so therefore it is frankly political hypocrisy of the first order what is going on recently because certainly no one in europe is in
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a position where they want to give their money to ukraine because all of the european nations how far meant far too many problems going forward and therefore also how can they possibly turn around and say that suddenly we're not going to be able to build their bus planes because of a lack of to tenby and or indeed that we're going to stop exporting one hundred billion euros worth of cars just from germany of the united kingdom that end up on the streets of moscow and run russia ultimately the european union is playing with fire and it's playing with fire two months ahead of very important elections to the european parliament where we're likely to see an incredible growth in extremis and why there's extremists coming along because they've given up hope in the modeless of the brussels operators that says that it's going to give money what he nearly to the ukrainians but isn't going to deal with the problems at home that frankly is a huge economic impasse and very worrying. the referendum in crimea and government protests in eastern ukraine have triggered
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a backlash from ultra nationalists and key of the leader of the right sector who's running for president has suggested blowing up natural gas pipelines in russia to europe and that's just the latest in a string of threats against moscow coming from people who have significant authority in kiev as r.t. if you go to the skin off reports. with tensions between moscow and kiev ukraine is right where we radicals have been pouring even more fuel on the fire russia is making money by supplying oil and gas to the west through our pipeline so we'll destroy it. she's the leader of ukraine's older nationalist movement the right sector which was among the main engines that drove february's violence in kiev only on the flight and i would say it's not enough you know like a case or something else the new authorities are viewed as a legitimate government by the west that's despite all the firearms. molotov cocktails. deaths and the fact that the uprising brought a wave of far right extremist power in kiev. and weeks conversation also suggest
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that someone from the new government was behind the snipers or fired on both protesters and police in the capital that must have all looked rather thrilling in western chancery is unless they had read the novel frankenstein because if they had they'd know. dr frankenstein created quickly got out of control and this monstrous threat by the right sector is a very grave one for people in europe because at least a third of the european union's gas supply is coming from russia even before threatening to blow up the pipeline yet it should already been placed on an international wanted list by moscow for making another menacing statement publicly called on chechen terrorists to launch attacks on russia after earth used to recognize kiev's knew or thought the islamist leader or model for also known as the russian bin ladin took responsibility for various attacks on our thoughts and civil
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unions including the two thousand and ten moscow metro and the two thousand and eleven the much interaction airport bombings over seventy people were killed in these two attacks but cutting off europe from energy supplies and calling on terrorists who attacked. russia was the last ones to restart our nuclear arsenal which will be a very different conversation rather deputy from the sub or the port he said it would take you have less than a year to build up the nuclear arsenal we need to see responsibility from the leading world powers now to look at what's happening in ukraine to look at the changes that went on and to really focus on the seriousness of the of the problem now with this nationalists in power in the ukraine and the dangers that they pose to the not just to the region but to europe as a whole it's hard to predict what sort of threats may come from the new right wing political elite in ukraine but what's clear so far neither their words nor their needs are very any impact on the foreign political support in the worst you go to
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school or to moscow. so the threat from ukrainian politician may sound alarming but just how realistic is it now we've been putting together facts on the country's nuclear potential and here is what we found the half of ukraine the energy comes from nuclear power so it's certainly god. know how unfortunately all of its feel it's brought up from russia and it has no way of enriching uranium to weapons grade now on the other hand if it really wanted to it could use reactor ways to make a dirty bomb but by doing this ukraine could not only be breaking its international commitment but its own constitution which forbids nuclear weapons and that's where delivery vehicles well a nuclear payload can be placed in a simple a tool or a shell or a rocket but it can all be done in three to six months the answer unfortunately is yes a low tech bomb could be put together in that timeframe now ukraine's interim prime
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minister has vowed to hunt down separatists and make them pay. scripters ukraine will find all those responsible for instigating separatism we will find them in a year or two and place them or on trial the very ground beneath their feet there will be no place on earth where they will feel safe and the russians will not protect them. he is also planning to beef up the ukrainian military increasing its budget by nearly seven hundred million dollars and out of should do that ukraine which is close to bankruptcy would have to slash social spending kippa to meet the needs of thirty five billion dollars to plug its budget at the fifteen billion dollars promised by the e.u. a still a long way off one user on the corner for you including a look at whether it's only could see want to be as wealthy as provinces go it
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alone will back. the population of crimea votes to decide its legal right of self-determination how did it come to this is it because of the western backed coup that is probably just a power for nato as we lead which by beat us all this is a sideshow to undermine russia's with jimmy security.
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place will stay with us here on our team international the nation republic had a long and rich history and could soon reappear on the world map a referendum now underway in the problems of a neato backed by local authorities on whether to break away from italy now citizens can log onto a dedicated website of vote by phone say whether they want to form an independent state while the voting on the issue is a two and this on friday that referendum itself carries no eagle weight but campaigners say that a yes vote would lay the groundwork for independence artie's really going to find out what is a motivation for the nation's a to say goodbye to. people here believe that they have an absolute right for independence they say they don't want to have rome as
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a bureaucratic entity ruling over them they believe it's simply unfair because their earnings are going over to rome in order to make up for the country's italy's financial woes as matter of fact if does to see it from italy they're also looking to leave the euro to leave the e.u. and leave as well i came here to because i want to see the need to be independent when taxes go to rome then money do not come back any more money goes in is wasted in other claims and he will remain always cool. it's looks like nobody in europe seems to have any idea about the independence referendum happening in venice at the moment but it's not something that has just suddenly cropped up as a matter of fact the movement and the idea of the referendum for independence has been floating around in the region for several decades at this point and has been actively in the works for the last several years yet people in brussels and officials in europe believe that this referendum is not legitimate and therefore they choose to disregard it as something important there is hardly any news about
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it unlike of course the idea of in crimea again some believe that if this does indeed happen and benito does become independent at least in its own right it will actually change the face of europe as we see it right now in venice r.t. . furniture is one of the most populous regions of italy with eight percent of the population living there now it's also one of the richest provinces accounted for ten percent of the national g d p and its main city venice is the number one tourist attraction with fourteen million visitors every year opinion polls suggest that the majority of locals are in favor of breaking away from rome and even though it only stands to lose one of its most important regions the global media coverage has been muted with the crimean referendum stealing center stage and we asked people in europe whether they've even been aware of a need to push for secession. other than the i people in crimea yes i've heard
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about it that's pretty old. you know have you shared about the referendum in italy . in your night telling referendum is it today a woman who'd and what happened there in italy a child do you believe in this know what kind of referendum is there in italy. now i know i've only heard about crimea i watched news about it. right and we've got more plenty more news for you online including mystery and speculation surrounding a missing malaysian airlines plane as it emerges of the jets might have been hijacked and flown at tollygunge base in afghanistan or pakistan get the full story on our t.v. . plus the mayors of new york and boston refused to take part in parades the mocking fan patrick's day in this city and online to find out what they're up to keep. right
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to see. first street. and i think picture. on our reporter's twitter. instagram. b m m. it was. very hard to take a. look at that fact that her bit there.
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to. the to the. i. was going to national news here on r.t. international let's take a look at those headlines u.s. special forces have a seize a tanker carrying oil from a rebel held port in libya the operation carried out in international waters off list cyprus was authorized by president obama on libya's request the country's prime minister was sacked after the ship invaded a naval blockade in the shorter the better lives week of the oil terminal in cebu
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that has been in the hand of rebels since july twenty third t. . soldiers in venezuela have stronger central square in caracas that anti-government demonstrators had turned into their stronghold troops used tear gas and water cannon on the crowd which responded with rocks and molotov cocktails as follows our present murderous earlier thread to use of force to create a public areas occupied by demonstrators. a suicide car bomb attack has left four people dead in lebanon one of the victims was a leader of a powerful shiite militant movement hizbullah fighters from jihad is al nusra front to which supports the uprising in neighboring syria said the attack was a revenge for his bill as support for the assad government in syria on sunday the syrian army that by his block captured a key rebel stronghold near the lebanese border.
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soldier has given the winter paralympics a sending off to remember with fireworks and i grant closing ceremony now it was a time of celebration for the russian team who want to record eighty medals losing friends was the party. this is the culmination of the festivities here in saatchi and what week and more of festivities expand the home team has broken a very important record it was a record set back in one thousand nine hundred four by austria which took home seventy medals while team russia is taking home eighty that's thirty gold twenty eight silver and twenty two bronze it's also worth mentioning that as of today team russia skier romantic to scoff has officially taken home six paralympic gold medals he now holds the title for that everything has gone off very well here and saatchi from the weather holding nice and bright to the organizational facilities
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surrounding all of the competitions and the festivities of course so take my word for it let's listen to the athletes and the spectators because it was phenomenal it was great. ski racer and the racing was extremely low for these. adults are really. a lot of been there isn't over but it's really over because it's just amazing to believe this. to have such an emotional time there didn't have any additional security and all the people are very are the to be. this isn't just about taking home the medals this is also about a legacy that the paralympics are leaving here in russia and it's that of beating out for a city and ending up on top. well done russia they after the break peter lavelle
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and his guests that discuss the crimea referendum and its impact on the crisis in ukraine that then crossed up to stay with us. i don't want to beat a dead horse i try to bridge these opinion pieces but you created meltdown hits really close to my heart and affects people i know when i see obama gleefully talking to self elected new ukrainian prime minister just burns the inside of my brain he's throwing hypocrisy gasoline on my fire of contempt not only to delete phone call from the estonian defense minister claim that the kiev opposition used both sides but now the former ukrainian chief of security confirmed that the sniper fire came from a building under the control of the protesters at that time also the alliance
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currently in power in kiev glorified out see germany and you slogans like putting jews and russians to the knife so america's first black president and nobel peace prize winner who was elected by waves of tolerant optimistic lefty liberals is smiling and chatting with a leader who is supported by white power right winger groups that use the murder of their own members to oust a democratically elected government there william nightmare is now my friends but that's just my opinion. we wanted to create a realistic global that would represent life the pace of life as it really is. there's a next. six. what
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hello and welcome across town for all things are considered on peter lavelle the population of crimea votes to decide its legal right of self-determination how did it come to this is it because of the western backed coup that has brought the fascist to power or nato as we lent dr east is all of this a sideshow to undermine russia's legitimate security interests. to cross the crimean vote i'm joined by my guest george galloway in london he is a politician a writer a british m.p. and host of the program sputnik on our t.v. in washington we have michael hughes he is a journalist and foreign policy analyst who often writes for the huffington post and the examiner and in moscow we crossed to dmitri bobbitt she is a political analyst with the voice of russia right gentlemen cross-talk rules in effect that means you can jump in anytime you want and i very much encourage it georgia to go to you first in london what is the significance of this vote. well i
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think the point you made in your introduction is the main one how did this all come about it came about because a coup took place in kiev the ukrainian constitution was trashed president driven from the land presidency set on fire a policeman killed in significant numbers fascists on the streets and their first act was to cancel the russian language so not generally crimea which for two centuries has been a part of russia was given away rather capriciously by khrushchev in my lifetime without consulting a single person in crimea and the crimean people ninety seven percent of whom speak russian got rather anxious and began to look to protect their own interests and for those who say self-determination referendum is illegal under the ukrainian constitution there is no ukrainian constitution it was destroyed in the coup that
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the western countries helped to far meant and certainly financed in very significant order and of course in scotland in september the scottish people are voting not the english or the world or the people of the north of ireland just the scottish on whether or not they should leave the united kingdom it's good enough for them it's good enough for the people of crimea ok dimitry what a help why would you react react to what george had to say there because you know washington says it's illegal it's illegitimate eccentric satcher i can remember cos of aldo. well i would say that still it's a good move on russia's side to support this referendum and you know most of their political up service here in moscow were surprised when the steps were taken in that direction in the end of february but if you look at this situation from a russian perspective it would look rather naturedly i mean since one thousand nine
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hundred eighty eight russia has been making concessions we gave up our positions in central europe where allowed nato to expand even into former soviet republics in the baltics so ukraine was like the last straw that broke. the back of a camel something had to be done to shoulder west that it cannot indiscriminately and without any risks moving its military machine calls in calls at the rush i mean sevastopol as a nato base is an absurdity if any of our knowing history knows that russia did not give up sevastopol even in eight hundred fifty five when the fleets of great britain and france about a bombard in it for months so obviously this is the first time that russia ready took a stand and i would say that the place is tolls and not because of international law but if you go considerations probably it would be easier to apply pressure on
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other countries. in crimea indeed the majority of people want to become citizens of russia and the west should ask itself the question how come that these happened these people lived in independent ukraine for twenty five years and still they didn't become in any way closer to kiev i think the reason is because they're afraid that the new government in kiev is actually billion and they're think state this is something that they cannot accept in crimea michel it's even western media they just don't like to talk about the composition of this government in kiev the fascist the ultra nationalists explain to me why you think that's the case. well i think that's the case because there's a natural bias in the western media against putin in russia even you know what's what's concerning it's not only on the american right i mean fox news you know this predictable but the american left publications like new york times are you know
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either glossing it over or they're outright criticizing it they're calling it propaganda in there overlooking the facts in the facts are neo fascists have and ultra nationalists have filled a number of top ministry posts and what's ironic is the europeans and the us years ago said these parties did not reflect western values and now they're all about it you know it's like yesterday they were are neo fascists today you know they're evil kind of like the taliban were are terrorist before nine eleven and now they're evil it's just amazing it's just we're able to wind blows that's what the u.s. position is whatever the u.s. says at the time you know depending on the position depending on their interests that's that's what you know their stances so it's it's just remarkable like you know in my article i say google ukraine a neo fascist or neo nazi and you know eventually you find an article like the state department didn't have to do a lot of research yet they categorically denied this in a statement
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a top ten list kind of mocking putin and it is just you know it's agree just it's kind of hard to believe that they would point blank just deny that ultra nationalists are occupying the top post. george if i go back to you in line i think what's really quite remarkable from a russian perspective is that there was an agreement on the twenty first of february it was a compromise everybody won something no one lost everything and then the e.u. walked away from it in the we had been tory a new and scoop pulled off here no wonder russia doesn't trust these people well quite president kennedy god rest his soul was ready to take the whole world to thermonuclear war to stop the then soviet union having missiles on cuba ninety miles away from the coast of florida yet they imagine that russia will expect will accept the ever onward march of nato and everybody knows that the kind of
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regime we now have through the coup in kiev the next thing they would do after the i.m.f. and the e.u. would be to invite nato to the very borders of the russian federation and anyone with any sense would know that a leader like putin who is nobody's pushover everybody knows that would never accept that so russia is now attending to its absolutely legitimate security and economic concerns and the responsibilities that it has to ethnic russian people i mean the united kingdom sailed seven eight nine thousand miles to the south atlantic to come to the aid of two thousand three hundred of people who claim to be our compatriots and for the falklands war how much more pressure is there on a russian president to defend his compatriots on the very borders of the russian
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state well what about the south east of ukraine after this referendum in crimea what's your crystal ball saying well. basically a crane mir is a special. ace and i see a lot of complications for russia and for the west if our rest in the eastern parts of ukraine becomes violent and at a certain moment russia will be forced to intervene i think it's not in the interest of ukraine it's not in the interests of the west it's not in the interest of russia and i hope their. government in kiev has some wisdom and they won't just rest their leaders or for people movements there because ok they're arrested these so-called people's governor. but there will be there just to please them by some other enthusiastic so this is not the way to treat opposition we know it. but you know the problem with the kiev government. the
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west says all they made a mistake cancelling the status of russia necessary jinnah language or they made a mistake by taking in members of the suborder party into the governmental suborder you need it was called national soul szell party of ukraine you understand that this is a euphemism for national soldier this body of ukraine but i would say that this reminds me or the soviet mentality they always said that started made mistakes the nature of stalin was criminal in there were he the same way i see a lot of people in budget if she and i see a lot of people who are also all diehard extremist nationalists and this is the nature of this regime to cancel their status of russian language in the regions or to take out a nationalist into the government this is no mistake this is their character ok michael let's focus on the state department here what were they thinking what was
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victoria nuland thinking that she was going to pull this off i mean it's really amateur behavior i've never seen such amateur behavior in foreign policy in my lifetime. and i have to say admittedly i was a little shocked that you know she she she did this she's to you know seem like a professional when she do the state department press briefing she always carefully you know chose her words and for her to do something so one diplomatic but then again you know you know her fingerprints were kind and been gassy as well so you know it's unbelievable she's married to a neo con you know that's got to be stated too so maybe that's where her mindset is and you know some of her radical views came out but it was disappointing you know when you when you cover the state department and there was you know the press even respected her and you know that it's unfair like you said it's just mind boggling but you know she's representing john kerry's ideas and i don't know what happened
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to kerry over the past ten years he has lindsey graham coming up to him well and saying hey reading her beyond the call your name we go to the brains are jumping george before we go to the break go ahead yeah i mean doesn't she representing john mccain's ideas i mean the obama administration hasn't had a farmhand on this the piece has been set by mccain and by the neo cons of the bush era nuland is one of those she's got a dirty mouth we know about what he thinks of the european union we now know she was giving out fifty dollars a day which in kiev is quite a bit of money per day to zone the street that destroyed the ukrainian constitution so i don't think we can exculpate the obama administration from this if this is what's going on good and of there are there are right yes let me go we're going to move jump in here we're going to go to a short break and after that short break we'll continue our discussion on crimea stay with our team.
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a real discussion critical issues facing me not to find them are ready to join the movement then walk a little bit harder. if you leave them with these economic up and downs in the final months they belong to the old sang i and the rest because i was doing the case you believe every week long please please. remain illegal. arms or. legs. welcome back to cross talk we're all things are considered i'm peter lavelle
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to remind you we're discussing the crimean vote. ok. george i go back to you in london as we're all speaking here right now the votes the last votes are being counted i think we can all rest assured that it's going to pass so what does washington and brussels and london and everybody else do tomorrow well i think they'll have to accept the democratic decision of the people of crimea they're not going to go to war with russia the sanctions that they're talking about will boomerang very badly upon them and hurt their own economies which my goodness are in a parlous condition so they'll just have to accept it and i think they'll be able to accept it the main problem will be as dimitri said earlier if the provocations of the right sector and continue in the ukraine against the overwhelmingly
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russian speaking people of the east of ukraine russia will be forced to take other measures and those other measures might take us into very dangerous waters indeed so if i was in the foreign office behind me who knows maybe one day i'll get there if i was in the foreign office behind me i would take the decision to just bite my lip and accept that the gamble that they took in backing the coup in kiev hasn't wholly come off and that crimea has to be put in the debit balance column you know it be may it again you know we see washington fumbling all of the time in syria comes to mind here i mean what happens the next day we've heard so much bluster out of media and western politicians mccain was mentioned here i mean can they eat their words if they will eat their words how long how will they reflect upon their policies. well the problem is that there are sanctions when we talk about sanctions
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. those sanctions which can be imported on russia without a new price to play from the western side these sanctions have already been imposed a lot a goal yeah i mean if we look at the main measures that the e.u. is going to take first is going to cancel negotiations on the visa free regime between russia and the u. i remind you that these negotiations were started on portions initiated back in two thousand and three they drag on for ten years and they will drag on for thirty or forty years more there is no absolutely no pain for russia in stopping these negotiations right now and the second thing that they did is to cancel negotiations on the new partnership and cooperation agreement again and i remind you this agreement was signed in one thousand nine hundred four it expired in two thousand and four and since then we could not elaborate the new agreement with the european
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union because this new agreement will have to be fired by the parliaments in such countries as poor and all the store near or large here and i don't think they will rectify any agreement except the violence saying that russia is a criminal state and you know all the story so the problem is that by being so confrontational with russia during the last at least twenty years the western powers have limited their capacity to impose sanctions what can they do ok they can store buy in russian oil and gas that that would be an economic disaster for the european union or they can stop said and russians you know their consumer goods or their luxury goods that they're sent in now and this will hit the european union's budget so by their old port he says they made themselves powerless now this is what i want to say about the west and put it issuance michael well how do you reflect upon that because you know monday morning is going to come around and we've already heard from john kerry that you know right after the referendum we will make our big
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announcement in from idema just said there's not any announcements going to be well in an underestimation of what he probably has in his mind. right i think you know the cold the cold war war's over it's not as easy to isolate countries especially great powers i think you know they may have some leverage with you know from the business aspect from the sanctions you know in this world today both you know the russia depends on europe europe depends on russia and europe you know they could hurt russia in that regard with you know you know if they overdo it on sanctions that may be a leverage point but that would be stupid because they rely on russian you know natural resources so i think there has to be restraint to start a sanctions war will lead to nowhere and it will it will hurt but there are some people like mccain that are willing to drive towards that and i think you know it could cause some problems if all these you know the elite in these business and
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these industry leaders in russia if they're getting their visas revoked everywhere they go that that's going to be problematic and that's going to make the whole situation even worse so i think there needs to be restrained i think there are a lot of go ahead judge rick headlee ok george in london let me. let me tell you if they stop dr richard russians coming to london to throw their platinum credit cards around how to drive up the prices for ordinary people in london and stop a russian boy isn't ruling elite college. that's a good thing so far most british people. i always get who do you guys will get into stuff at putin. all right let me jump in here even if they do i think putin is with them after all why shouldn't russia's wealth be spent in the development of
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russia rather than the development of the london property market are buying clubs in the english premiership let them buy clubs in russia oh that's that's what vladimir putin says you're demon. let me go back to you here in moscow i think one interesting angle of this is that china has come out very much on russia's side and i always hated when western politicians say the international community says well no that is nato and their friends but china is is coming out and saying look you know there are lines that you cannot cross here and it's backing up russia here how is this changing the geopolitical order in your mind well i must tell you that i heard from several cheney's friends of mine. they suddenly had the same impression of john kerry supreme court press conference that i had i mean the recent most recent press conference and this impression was very positive i mean i understand that those sounds strange but it was very positive because for the first time in
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fifteen years that we have heard from mr kerry such words as legitimate russian interests and molecule a troll approach to international organizations observe an international law for fifteen years since the yugoslav war in one thousand nine hundred nine we haven't heard it from the united states we want it heard that the u.n. is all dated international law is old dated the united states is going to act you new lately. russia has no legitimate interest china has no legitimate interest so for the first time their american secretary of state speaks like a normal official in his situation and russia to take this move russia to basically. make this board geopolitical step in order to make john kerry speak like a normal human being this is something that is going to be watched closely and appreciated in china in india probably even in brazil ok george but it looks like
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the horses are already out the gate here because again mr kerry can talk all he wants but actions are very very different here and again the the united states. being spotlight is on the fact that it doesn't respect international law and when it deals with the sovereign rights of other countries i mean one of the interesting things is that we keep hearing from the white house is that russia should respect the sovereignty of ukraine well who doesn't respect sovereignty in ukraine. well look i'm sitting a hundred fifty yards from the building that took a decision to invade and occupy country after country after over the last decade all those who mendaciously marched us into war and occupation around the world have no right to speak about anybody's infringement of anybody's national sovereignty but in this case it's especially absurd because as you fleetingly referred in kosovo which is
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a part of the serbian state the very same countries are doing everything that they can to separate cost of war from serbia and to accept that unilateral declaration of independence and this all began with tony blair's chicago speech the chicago doctrine where they basically crushed international law they crushed the united nations they asserted their right to decide where and when to intervene invade occupy other people's countries so i don't take seriously the political class of the western countries or their media jim bar and president putin hasn't fired a single shot in anger in crimea the criterion people are putting an x on a piece of paper as we speak what could be a more democratic peaceful way of self determining your own future than that ok
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michael i'm i'm i'm almost convinced that mr putin is going to irritate everyone in the west by not saying anything about a vote for a while here although what's clear is obama's position right now we have people like mccain you know he says we became says about the obama failed in syria he's failed in ukraine is there going to be a backlash against obama because he does the perception is he's very weak i think the perception is that he's weak and sometimes. people mistake that because he's judicious and deliberateness thinking and i mean maybe he's more like putin in that regard maybe it seems like he doesn't like to make a lot of statements on this and as george said earlier and now i'm wondering is this state department kind of going rogue on the obama i think his problem is he you know he's not controlling the state department properly he's not controlling the message and it's hard it's hard to understand what he really thinks because he doesn't make a lot he lets kerry make all the statements and you know sounds like they let
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victoria run wild so i think you know if he sat down in a back room obama would love to you know do some i think he's a pragmatic liberal so i think you know we're going to get from him he has to take control of the situation and kind of tone it down rein in the state department i think that's that's the problem right now there's a disconnect i think you know he is deliberate and that's what he gets you know he gets accused of dithering you know which is you know he's thinking before he's acting so you know that's the way i see it all right jed fascinating discussion with run out of time many thanks my guests in london washington and in moscow and thanks to our viewers for watching us here at r.t. see you next time and remember. these.
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only. thank. crimea for what he wants to be reunited with russia after more than ninety percent of voters show their support for breaking away from ukraine in a regional wide referendum. the crimean vote can undress and eastern ukraine triggers a harsh response from kiev which sent the military hardware to the eastern border radical politicians are say the country should go nuclear. and their worst the west tells its eye on moscow with washington and brussels of slapping sanctions on russian and crimean officials.
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they're watching aren t. alive but with me tom would say we're live from moscow let's take a look at our top story this hour. crimea has officially declared its independence from ukraine and asked to join russia after an overwhelming majority in the autonomy's province voted for reunification in a historic referendum over ninety six percent want to crimea to be a part of russia less than three percent favor staying with ukraine who's a post-coup government is not recognized by the local authorities and the remaining one percent of ballots where it discounted the referendum so when i'm president of turnout of more than eighty three percent and international observers reported no significant violations in the voting arches policia is in crimea for us. well it's a very cheerful and faced of mood here in this a vast a pole as you walk down the streets people are waving the russian flag many people actually have the flag draped over their bodies they're also cars honking their
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horns and driving down with the flag out of their windows the same mood is being experienced in some for aprile and other cities and regions across crimea where the overwhelming majority have voted to rejoin russia i was speaking to a man who summed up the mood when he said we feel like we're going home another woman telling me that people here have always been russian and they saw and they've been waiting for this day to come the mood is also experienced by the international observers who are giving a positive critique of this referendum they say that everything went according to plan that there were no reports of hiccups or at least no major hiccups and that everything went smoothly the crimean authorities have officially declared independence from ukraine this is something that they say they would do prior to this referendum and a delegation from the crimean parliament is currently on their way to moscow. the main issue there crimea is financial system the russians then there is the cordon
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made the use of both the russian and ukrainian currencies and the energy in terms of security in the republic i can say that we have no problems with providing the force and agencies around. the crimean parliament has issued a formal request to the russian parliament to take them in the russian state duma is scheduled to hold a session on friday to discuss this the russian president vladimir putin will also need to sign off on it but certainly a face to of mood here in crimea where as another person summed it up this is the best day of his life. and across eastern ukraine in many regions are unhappy with the kiev authorities are taking inspiration from a crimea in the near scary major industrial how people have been rallying for referendum for more than a week crowds are also demanding the release of the so-called people's governor a protest leader who was arrested earlier this month on sunday activists are stormed the prosecutor's general's offices and enter the headquarters of
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a company belonging to the new billionaire governor appointed by you. and not of our way of mass protests have been taking place on a daily basis despite a court order banning demonstrations if thousands of strong gathering they demanded a popular vote on the region's state of locals also broke into the office of the ultra nationalist right sector a group blamed for the deaths of two people in a recent shooting. civilian defense of volunteers say they have intercepted and stopped a ukrainian army convoy the vehicles were heading east towards the border with russia as ryan o'neal reports. attentions of taken a sinister turn here in donetsk following sunday's referendum after reports of emerged that activists stopped military movements of soldiers and equipment from ukraine moving towards the russian border here activists from the self-defense
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groups apparently blocked about twenty trucks that were carrying soldiers as well as military equipment including regular and evonne military vehicles. which really sore about fifteen to twenty armored vehicles we stopped them in the commanders told us they were on their way to military drills but we realized that they were heading towards the russian border i was politely asked them to turn back there were a couple of hours of negotiations with the agreed and learned what was going to hell also in neighboring lugansk locals blocked railway lines with scrap metal and carriages to stop the transportation on the train of a large military equipment including tanks now the locals here have been told that all of this equipment is part of a planned military training exercises but there are still reports circulating that there are the military vehicles that have in fact made their way to the russian border there is also a growing suspicion amongst the locals here that these military movements imply that kid have is trying to provoke the population here rather than try and come
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what is already a very tense situation in the region so with these suspicions along with plan demonstrations across the region that will take part throughout the week it's only adding to what is a very intense situation here in the east of ukraine. they and the u.s. have imposed sanctions on a number of russian and crimean officials over their support for the referendum and as i see it short you know has small. certainly the latest measures the second set of sanctions the first one having taken two weeks ago basically is no surprise and u.s. officials have warned it is a list of sanctions against seven russian officials among them the head of russia's federation council a deputy prime to russian president vladimir putin crimean officials and the ousted ukrainian president viktor unocal the edge what these sanctions include are certain asset freezes and travel bans curiously and visa bans and we've we've heard some
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comments being made from certain russian officials saying what if we don't have any assets to freeze and so certainly this comes as something quite expected in moscow now this list is bound to grow according to analysts we've also seen from the european union similar sanctions imposed on twenty one russian officials from a wider list so it's important to keep in mind that these sanctions seem to be only in the first stages and we are expecting the list of russian officials to be included in these sanctions to grow now we've heard from u.s. president barack obama speaking on the crimean referendum where he basically said there's still room for dialogue unless provocation for from russia adds and we do know that the position of the u.s. has largely been really blaming russia for everything that's been on raveling on the ground in ukraine he'll be traveling to the next week where likely the sanctions between the u.s. and e.u. will be on the table. despite hawkish rhetoric from politicians european businesses are taking a more cautious approach warning that the e.u. itself has plenty to lose from sanctions now russia is the european union's
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a third largest trade partner nearly half of the cons made in the e.u. and up in russia as does eighteen percent of chemical production plus european consumers get one third of their natural gas supplies from gas prom and then there's a huge huge profits from food exports to moscow but that's only half of the story russia's contribution to the global economy as a whole is not to be underestimated metals for instance twenty percent of the world's tanian comes of from russia metal use in industries from aviation to jewelry nearly half of the world's are plenty of which makes your cagr ina is mined in russia then there's russia's massive contribution in platinum diamonds and many other minerals so any disruption in the supply of those commodities is bound to reverberate across the global economy so financial markets expert patrick young
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told us earlier that by imposing sanctions on russia and pledging generous financial aid to ukraine the e.u. is taking on more than it can handle. we're in a situation where frankly the european union house for a long time been in the economics of la la land they're not talking about multiple billions of euros but they're quickly trying to kaviak because of course they're terrified hard can you possibly reasonably operate a sensually a domestic policy within the european union across twenty eight countries that leaves behind fifty percent of greek youth on employed that has thirty plus percent of the spanish and employed this is an organization in k.l. second normally the euro currency doesn't work it doesn't have the ability the flexibility to devalue in the same way per nation as in fact russia has with the ruble so therefore it is frankly political hypocrisy of the first order what is going on recently because certainly no one in europe is in
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a position where they want to give their money to ukraine because all of the european nations how far meant far too many problems going forward and therefore also how can they possibly turn around and say that suddenly we're not going to be able to build their bus planes because of a lack of to tell me and or indeed that we're going to stop exporting one hundred billion euros worth of cars just from germany of the united kingdom that end up on the streets of moscow and round russia ultimately the european union is playing with fire and it's playing with fire two months ahead of very important elections to the european parliament where we're likely to see an incredible growth in extremis and why those extremists coming along because they've given up hope in the modeless of the brussels operad just says that it's going to give money what he nearly to the ukrainians but isn't going to deal with the problems at home that frankly is a huge economic impasse and very worrying. the referendum in crimea and to government protests in eastern ukraine have triggered
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a backlash from outer nationalists and key of the leader of the right sector who is running for president has just of blowing up natural gas pipelines linking russia to europe and that's just the latest in a string of threats against moscow coming from people who have significant authority in kiev as it is you've got the skin off reports. with tensions between moscow and kiev ukraine's right wing radicals have been pouring even more fuel on the fire russia is making money by supplying oil and gas to the west through our pipeline so we'll destroy it dimitri yarosh is the leader of ukraine's ultra nationalist movement the right sector which was among the main engines that drove the violence in kiev only on the flight and i would say it's not enough even if i felt like a case or something else the authorities are viewed as a legitimate government by the west that's despite all the firearms. molotov cocktails. deaths and the fact that the uprising brought a wave of far right extremist power in kiev. and weeks conversation also suggest
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that someone from the new government was behind the snipers or fired on both protesters and police in the capital that must have all looked rather thrilling in western chancery is unless they had read the novel frankenstein because if they had . dr frankenstein created quickly it got out of control and this monstrous threat by the right sector is a very grave one for people in europe because at least a third of the european union's gas supply is coming from russia even before threatening to blow up the pipeline yet it should already been placed on an international wanted list by moscow for making another menacing statement publicly called on chechen terrorists dog walmart of to launch attacks on russia after if used to recognize kiev's new authorities the islamist leader or model for also known as the russian bin laden took responsibility for various attacks on our
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thoughts and civil unions including the two thousand and ten moscow metro and the two thousand and eleven my dealer interactions airport bombings over seventy people were killed in these two attacks alone but cutting off europe from energy supplies and calling on terrorists to attack russia. there wasn't enough once to restart our nuclear arsenal it will be a very different conversation or rather a deputy from the sub or the port he said it would take you have less than a year to build up our nuclear arsenal we need to see responsibility from the leading world powers now to look at what's happening in ukraine to look at the changes that went on and to really focus on the seriousness of the of the problem now with this ultra nationalists in power in the ukraine and the dangers that they pose to the not just to the region but to europe as a whole it's hard to predict what sort of threats may come from the new right wing political elites in ukraine but what's clear so far neither their words nor their needs are very any impact on the foreign political support in the west you've got
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this going off or to moscow. so the threat from ukrainian politicians may sound alarming but just how realistic is it we've been putting together some facts on the country's nuclear potential and here's what we've found out of ukraine energy comes from nuclear power so it's certainly god no harm unfortunately for kiev all over with fuel is brought from russia and it has no way of enriching uranium to weapons grade on the other hand if it really wanted to it could use reactor ways to make a different a bomb but by doing this ukraine it would not only be breaking its international commitments about its own constitution which forbids nuclear weapons as for delivery vehicles the nuclear payload can be placed in a simple at tillery shell or a rocket can it all be done in three to six months the answer unfortunately is yes a low tech bomb could be put together in that time now ukraine's.
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interim ukraine will find all those responsible for instigating separatism we will find them in a year or two and place the mood on trial the very ground will burn beneath their feet there will be no place on earth where they will feel safe and the russians will not protect them. but he's also planning to beef up the ukrainian military increasing its budget by nearly seven hundred million dollars and in order to do that to ukraine which is close to bankruptcy what actually flesh social spending camp admits it means thirty five billion dollars to plug up its budget and the fifteen billion dollars promised by the e.u. still a long way off but more news on the corner for you including a look at whether it's a lead could see one of its wealthiest provinces go it alone to stay with us.
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i. i i. i . oh thanks for staying with us here on r.t. international the russian and republic had a long and rich history and could soon reappear on the weald map a referendum is now underway in the province of benito backed by local authorities on whether to break away from italy now citizens can log onto a dedicated website vote by phone saying whether they want to form an independent state. find out what it is that's motivating the nations to say goodbye to people here believe that they have an absolute right for independence they say
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they don't want to have a role as a bureaucratic entity ruling over them they believe it's simply unfair because their earnings are going over to grow in order to make up for the countries for italy's financial woes as a matter of fact is that it too does to see it from italy they're also looking to leave the euro to leave the e.u. and leave nato as well i came here to rule because i want to see the need to be independent when taxes go to room then money do not come back any more money goes in is wasted in out of things and he will remain always cool off. it's looks like nobody in europe seems to have any idea about the independence referendum happening in venice at the moment but it's not something that has just suddenly cropped up as a matter of fact the movement and the idea of the referendum for independence has been floating around in the region for several decades at this point and has been actively in the works for the last several years yet people in brussels and officials in europe believe that this referendum is not legitimate and therefore
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they choose to disregard it as something important and there is hardly any news about it unlike of course the idea of referendum in crimea. in crimea yes. this is pretty over and. have you heard about the referendum in italy. in you know night terrors referendum is it today a woman you haven't heard and what happens there in italy. you know what kind of referendum is there any joy. now i know i've only heard about crimea i watched news about it. again some believe that if this does indeed happen and benito does become independent at least in its own right it will actually change the face of europe as we see it right now in venice r.t. . major is one of the most populous regions of italy with eighty percent of the population living man and it's also one of the richest provinces according
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counting for ten percent of the national g.d.p. now its main city venice is of course the number one tourist attraction with fourteen million visitors every year and opinion polls suggest that the majority of locals are in favor of breaking away from italy and one of various behind the movement things way will eventually have to agree. here's the absolute majority of people there will vote yes so this will be legitimized the delegates will be elected by this a referendum to take immediate action i've seen already that draft over there to a ration of independence scholars working on and it's almost done we presented at the end of them aren't also a draft of the constitution do they are just waiting to be legitimized by a popular vote to stop paying taxes to be counted in state and to be used to local
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to some other news now making headlines around the south of the world saw a bomb blast outside a military base in the libyan city of benghazi has killed nine soldiers a dozen were also wounded after a car loaded with explosives went off at the gates as troops would be being an operation ceremony for the new offices now benghazi which was a birthplace of the uprising against the late colonel moammar gadhafi has seen a surge of violence targeting security forces in recent months. the death toll from the unrest in venezuela has reached at least twenty nine after a wounded national guard captain died in hospital he was shot in the head late on sunday during clashes in the country's north riots have also taken place in the
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capital caracas after police that tried to storm a central square to create an anti-government camp for the pa six weeks students and opposition members have been staging massive rallies over the deep problems facing the economy. here two rockets have been fired into lebanon from syria but no casualties were reported the incident follows a suicide car bomb a saw. on the lebanese side of the border they killed four people including a local leader of the showed militants movement hizbullah fighters from the jihad is a front which supports the uprising in syria said that the attack was a revenge for his players supporters of the assad government in syria. right after the break a partridge will be bringing you all the latest action from the world of spot say without international.
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i don't want to beat a dead horse i try to varieties opinion pieces but you created melt out hits really close to my heart and affects people i know when i see obama gleefully talking to self elected new ukrainian prime minister just burns the inside of my brain he's throwing hypocrisy gasoline on my fire of contempt not only to delete phone call from the estonian defense minister claim that the kiev opposition used both sides but now the former ukrainian chief of security confirmed that the sniper fire came from a building under the control of the protesters at that time also the alliance currently in power in kiev glorified out see germany and you slogans like putting jews and russians to the knife so america's first black president a nobel peace prize winner who was elected by waves of tolerant optimistic lefty liberals is smiling and chatting with a leader who is supported by white power right winger groups that use the murder of their own members to oust a democratically elected government there william nightmare is now in my friends
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but that's just my opinion. told you my language as well but i will only react to situations i have read the reports. put the no i will leave the existing comment on your letter to say. to carry out a car as are you talking no. thank you no more weasel words. when you need to direct question be prepared for a chase when you know you should be ready for a. pretty speech and slid down the freedom to walk. so we leave the media. by the sea motions for. all your party there's
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a bill. for shoes that no one is that stood with to get that you deserve answers from. politics. hello welcome to the all t.v. sports show the pick of the week's top auction plus a round up from the paralympics with me kate hartridge and here are the headlines. this week that he has such a russia finish that made in windsor paralympics with a record medal haul and we look at some of the athletes who made history at the black sea resort. while thriller down on nico rosberg wins the australian brawn creep of a sadie's off the champion sebastian vettel on a team lately we stumble to retire early on. and all those that
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buy a new nick edged closer to retaining that bundesliga time till i got to fifty eight league games unbeaten with a two one hundred win over by then they've accused and. but first let's go to sochi where russia said farewell to their maiden winter olympic era after the host nation finished top of the paralympic table with a record breaking eighty medals though as michael kravchenko reports these games have produced many firsts. so the twenty fourteen winter paralympic games undoubtedly belonged to the host russian team who grabbed all the headlines with their record breaking medal tally but the games did also see some individual athletes make history after conquering every wheelchair racing event from one hundred meters to marathons three times paralympic champion tatyana mcfadden made her win to debut at the games and took silver in the women's one kilometer sitting event to confirm the russian born american states is as one of the world's most
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successful paralympians have always crossed change in sports because it's important for your muscles and that is to focus too much on one or. and. first i was hasn't. but i wanted to try it and i said ok but i don't have any and so he said don't worry about that we'll get that to you and so the coaches have been wonderful support in trying to help me get a quick movement and and so you know without the support of the coaches and the teammates you know. you know they're the ones that helped me bring me here in alpine skiing jade etherington made history for great britain taking three silvers and a bronze in three of the visually impaired women's events and the country won the first ever gold medal in snow at the winter paralympics olympics as kelly gallagher skied to victory in the visually impaired super g.
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competition it's just it is literally our dreams come true we've worked for four years through some really hard angel rees three funded difficulties through everything and make me come the world championships never the name but the paralympics is something just so special so to win gold is just really amazing for us and i get sherry's thing when you want something you have to go out and get it yourself and we definitely did that and yeah now it's going to go mad it was a very big mess and in the men's events ukraine's bitterly looked genuine turned back the clock to win. two biathlon golds in the visually impaired seven point five and twelve point five kilometers to add to the gold he won back in two or in in two thousand and six so the twenty fourteen winter paralympic games here in sochi were a success for david turns as well as for former champions and russia made history as hosts but also as a teen. russia first took part at the winter paralympics in nine hundred ninety four at the little hammer games in norway and has since become
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a country to be reckoned with in two thousand and six they surprised everyone by dominating the medal table and in vancouver finished second only to germany but russia's first ever home paralympics in sochi with a record forty five nations participating have proved to be their best yet the men shown in the traditional strongholds of biathlon and cross-country skiing with the school of winning six gold medals in the city skiing events putting the shows to go to is good as that are all feeling very proud of the achievements we've made for our country we supported a president who managed to pull off this paralympic games here in sochi we competed fought in korea. when we're all together and we're very strong and we so proud of the support we've been getting it's touching that so many people are breaking us and it's just best cities for him to be able to make them happy it's all motivation and it pushes us twice as hard russia was just as strong in the women's events across the visually impaired by athlone and cross-country skiing competitions
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because lena listserv a became the most decorated russian woman clinching three golds and six medals overall while in the standing events a happy man claim to gold and by athlone and won in cross-country skiing in her own five medal haul you. can just describe my feelings right now i'm in seventh heaven because i came here just with that we should winning one medal any medal and instead i've won a whole collection of medals and so had been managed to achieve these thought she was also the first winter games in which russia competed in all five disciplines with the wheelchair curling and sled hockey teams making the paralympic debuts to people were expecting either to progress beyond the round robin groups yet with the home venues and rousing home support all contributed to winning displays with both teams reaching their finals and. curing their first ever paralympic silver medals only because i was just a little fella i think we played well in the final many people including
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journalists sent messages of support especially after the americans said they'd be throwing the kitchen sink at us and i'd like to think we kept our heads a spite everything i'd also like to say that blood of all was so were medals are of course thanks to our fans. russia's overall performance at the twenty fourteen winter paralympics was extremely impressive breaking the record of seventeen medals at back in nineteen eighty-four by then host austria at innsbruck where only twenty one nations took part at saatchi russia one thirty gold medals in a total of eighty not bad for a country which only made its paralympic debut twenty years ago. now let's move on to formula one and nicole rosberg followed up some impressive pre-season testing by miss eighty's to win an event for season opening race in australia cause of failed to finish as f one began
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a new era with turbo hybrid engines and limited field rosberg to started third on the grid and from the start over to teammate and pole sitter lewis hamilton who had to retire on lap three with engine trouble followed up later by defending champion sebastian vettel however his red bull team make history and danielle the chaotic finish second to the delight of the home crowd but was later disqualified breaching the new fuel rules meaning don't want kevin magnussen on a stella davy from a tyrant took second place had a teammate jenson button for all responder long as i was fourth followed by williams about petty bought us who fought back after a puncture russian rookie daniel katz was ninth replacing vettel as the youngest point scorer in f one history but the day belonged to rosberg and his force from creeping. to an amazing day. just over the moon really i mean it's incredible everybody's worked so hard over the winter and to have such an amazing silver to
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drive you know it's just unreal this thing was. really really quick today staying with high speed action and russians have dominated the extreme sport of ice speedway since the one nine hundred sixty s. when it was officially recognized as a major sport and for the second season running that out even though of proved he was king of the frozen track record for the neon reports. this is where to factors come together breaking the speed limit on the slippage of surfaces and making speed to wait it out for real daredevils.
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it's not known who was first take the ice on a bike but first i speedway championship to place the nine hundred sixty six. and the russians have been dominating force ever since then taking the owners at an incredible there is six zero to forty three world championships along with twenty five out of twenty nine team advance. and this year they prove this stuff to beat with a reigning champ and then you leave on off belting to his second individual triumph . to taking the lead in the first leg held across the board in the most original final flintstone in the russian far east despite losing to his confederates musical the goal for the first place in days but no one out later on the book. it's my second time racing this season it's on national team and their training
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camp here in november and we started the track pretty well then he said it is easy it is doing did on the eighth of march it was the dutch seat of asom still the hosts world i speak to a scream of the crop and it was given up again blazing a trail as they weave into a start of the best of even a link close races it's very hard to come from. and at this level of competition there's there's always one best trajectory is crucial to win the start of the race and try to break away. well that's exactly what the run up is doing with this so i'm going to leave you the world standings it would take a brave soldier that gives one a seventy year old enough to build looking to give his second world title in the final leg but for a second the march in germany. robert de niro artie. staying on to wales and levi show would of new zealand won the opening stage of this year's red bull x. fighters world tour in mexico
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a sellout crowd of thirty eight thousand at the monumental positive taurus bull ring watch the world's best f of x riders leap fifty meters while performing acrobatic stunts two thousand and twelve overall champion show what claimed victory by producing stunning tricks like kiss of death backflips australian joshie and the second with spanish two thousand and eleven champion danny torres third the next stage is on may the twenty fifth at a soccer in japan. now football and beyond us legal leaders buying manic edge closer to retaining that title and extended their unbeaten league run to fifty games after a two one win a time to buy labor cues and mario monti a good head of the house in front of the stroke of half time with his lead leading seventeen goals this season and bastin shrine double delete early in the second top with a free kick in injury time step on kiesling pulled a goal back but he has not proved to be a consolation as buying wrapped up a record seventeen straight bundesliga victory to go twenty three points clear out
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with nine matches left and that twenty on the side could retain that crowd as early as next weekend if they win it minds dortmund and shaka failed to win they because in those sceptic falls. and yet in clubs dortmund also fell further behind by not losing to want to turn to ten man but if you mention dad back who did the double over there how did that move the live the visitors to the. rafael off to half an hour and ten minutes later max crews as you can run and shocked to know. that midway through the second half dozen were handed a lifeline when how about no try to sent off and you know you cut the deficit with thirteen minutes to go. late equaliser there was an choctaw for a foul on the goalkeeper resulting in a frustrated top being sent to the stands to want to finish the job and to add back to iraq to seventh's. meanwhile shot at leap frog labor cruiser to go third after coming back to win two want to ams berg perhaps i did but after just five minutes to be done assaulting her inside the proper use against hell as many leveled off an
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hour later veteran keeper manning it saved kevin watchings effort at last count huntelaar reacted fastest and the dutchman netted the way not only in the second half to put the business in a champions league spot it was though down to eight. while back in munich only heard mrs resigned as brian president and chairman following his three and a half year conviction for tax evasion worth around thirty seven and of all million dollars the sixty two year old will not appeal against the sentence the former forward played for by andrew in the one nine hundred seventy s. winning three the industry get titles in three european cups as well as the european championships and the world cup with west germany before retiring through injury h just twenty six. while here in russia former tottenham manager under a village bus is tipped to become the new coach of cities and petersburg beach on a split he was sacked last week after a goal is to attempt a struggling tome so look i want to leapfrog his side and go top of the russian
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premier league form or rush out that is the case that mike was named caretaker manager with ten games remaining in just over four years was a neat spell at you want to lead titles and one russian company. and that brings us to halftime but we'll have plenty more after the break go away. funding social groups or organizations that are the same thing as funding a revolution well of course if they're tossing molotov cocktails and not having a peaceful and and what i would say entail actual dialogue you know using communications and paper and and god creating you know what i would say town halls and having discussions that is funding a revolution if you know inciting violence and and basically the money's going to organizations that may incite violence against the standing government you know
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that is inciting your evolution and i think it's illegal. to speak your language. programs and documentaries in arabic in school here. reporting from the will talks about a fifty yard p. interview intriguing story are you. trying. to find out more visit don't. know c.n.n. m s n b c news have taken some slight risk but the fact is i admire their commitment to cover all sides of the story just in case one of them happens to be accurate. that was funny but it's closer to the truth from i think. it's because when full attention in the
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mainstream media works side by side with actually i'm. good. at our team we have a different right. because the news of the world just is not. this bonnie i'm not like there but i'm not how. you guys stick to the jokes will handle this stuff. welcome back to part two of the sports show now on cisco a book that place in the quarter finals of basketball's euroleague after thrashing punches on belgrade here in moscow and big rivals re all madrid suffered a shock defeat bridges on port fleet has more. revenge is on the mind of samskaras appliance as he prepared to host parties on belgrade six weeks ago in the serbian
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capital about one standard beyond women the only defeat of a top sixteen pynchon victory by just a point an early on in moscow over a turn game looks as though it was going to be just as close the two sides traded believe in the first quarter of an sans car produced a stunning second outscoring their opponents twenty two to seven to take a thirty eight points twenty two lead going into the half time break the second unit came up and we degrade energy and just give us that relief and up to their parties and couldn't come back we just today i think for. our second year in play very good the game was over as a spectacle following resumption excellent shooting from a field at torrey messina's man extending their advantage two of the first see going into the final quarter and there was no way back from as it was a game or one both teams eased off during the last ten minutes as russian giants
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cruised to an eighty four points to fifty two big tree with all twelve players on their roster getting on to the scoreboard game you know i think we played defense for a while i know we had a good week of practice actually we did have to go into practice but we knew how important a game was no specifically for the order to madrid the result ensured the argument go through to the quarter finals with four games still to play a bad record of nine and one is beyond the outright leading group half of the rivals real madrid surprisingly lost the vine muni nonsense coulby looking to stay top and see a home court advantage in the last space of a nick space a trip to madrid to take on a stunning reale i think is a really good test before the fire for taipei you know you just had this situation where this is a must win game for first place and. i bet miss farrow going to go in there is it worth it to us after a strong start to the season sans car getting into gear at just the right time and
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after this impressive fancy two point victory of a part of. the club which woman last year lead time to london messina six years ago let the rest of europe know they'll be looking to repeat history and one of the favorites to win the final four and many bridges on board for a taunting moscow staying in group bethen got a task i boosted their quarterfinal hopes off to snatching a thrilling sixty seven points to sixty six when the locomotive the visitors had the better of the opening quarter taking a twenty six twenty two lead then the russian side edge their way back and going into the final period it was all square at forty eight apiece derry ground aside nineteen points for the hosts as the lead possibly changed hands but with seventeen seconds left commissar rose lay up puts the turkish hundred sixty seven sixty six out and the loco piled on the pressure the score stood the two sides in our joint first with four and six records won a victory behind by in may make. now into tennis and novak djokovic fought back
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from a set down to beat roger federer on a tie break and when a thrilling final at indian wells in the thirty third meeting between the two the even for federer took the first set six three joke of each recovered to take the second by the same score better than rallied from a break down fifty three point three down in the third to force the time break but jagadish took advantage of errors by his swiss rival to claim his third party about the victory and eventually lost most defeats to federer in dubai. staying with men's tennis and four years on since former world number one matt soften retired which is found corbett went to meet a rising star who's hoping to bring the world's top ranking back to russia. standing at just under two meters tall it's hard to believe that in fact china of still isn't old enough to vote the us government will only turn. eighteen in may but it's only his young shoulders for the future of russian tennis could line up
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the men's team are at the lowest point in years following defeat to poland in the davis cup they're destined to spend another season out of the world group fergie ambitious teenager knows what he wants to achieve by the end of two thousand and fourteen is to be. top two hundred to be a good result for. the child of only turned professional last september yet he's managed to be two lustrous players such as younger tips arrears each and weeks ahead ask who in just four months a russian is raced up almost four hundred places in the rankings and is currently world number four hundred forty eight he's coached by the croats drawn mark teach and trains between moscow and splits despite his height he's more comfortable on clay and slow hardcourts winning the under eighteen european championship title in switzerland last year line he's hungry for more success but knows how to work hard to get aids and need to be better. so.
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i think we improved over. more for him but i need to work or. for wallace but china first picked up a racket at the age of three when his parents put him in the tennis group in kindergarden while his uncle helped and spawns him for the junior tournament marat safin is his hero and the two aren't just physically similar teenagers also model this game on the two time grand slam winner. big strong guy. the only guy in the russian team that he reminds me is my right here he was the only guy really developed physically by the age of eighteen he was he's doing he was big strong. so he is or he has a live to war but his deafness has the physical talent to be on top of the game.
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and could need sinne who reach a career high of thirty five and world believes how china of has the ability to go further and much soften successes. a lot of things have to click. in order to be chief amazing there's a case to stay injury free has to stay focused on the ten years and developing his game. therefore i don't see i don't see anything you know should stop him from from being told we're top player but china is also keen basketball fan and follows from miami he says he tries to take the hardwood with his friends when he can but despite the advantage of his hinds the russian soon knew his career would be on the tennis and not the basketball courts to. wealth so i always like to play tennis and. i started so i think all practice for when i was twelve so we decided to try to be professional. following us with
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success and victories of several top two hundred players for tennis world is starting to take note of cut and how chan of the similarities to merit soften a ready if he feels half of his idols achievements in the future russian tennis isn't safe young hands richard on board for eternity in moscow. finally on to boxing and russian gregory the roles defended his european cruiserweight title in style knocking out friendship and getting me why not in the first round on a night of top action here in moscow and i chose his ring side. just as the enemy became or was drawing to a close in sochi the books the season was getting underway in moscow with an action packed card at the dynamic pallies way to princes of the cruiserweight division made their mark russian olympic champion for him check here chicken feed lands you hard boil for the vacant w.b.c.
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silver title the russian machine made in the grace of stout perhaps knocked and it's a host power taken until the ninth round so funny break the scenes result still it was professional victory number eighteen for the thirty one year old who's hoping for bigger and bits about. the two of them with the i'm hoping to fight more this year i'm keen to reach a world title fight and i'd like to have one or two parents before that it's probably too early to talk about any plans yet but if i can get a fight settled for may that would be good. in contrast the main event was over and done with inbound one russian heavyweight alex on the pivot among the whole sport as gregory drones over the french challenger jeremy wanna show that he's e.b.u. title as a very quick shots as a determined draws made much work of his opponent one of the questions but he said both of you made a fairly simple mistake he tried to go toe to toe with me that was his main mistake
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i expected him to hold here the pens high and just to try and push me around while keeping his distance but he tried to our box which is something he shouldn't have done as soon as he opened up i delivered my blows the full i will solve. those blows ended the contest and the evening's books in action of the just two men. it's in forty seconds as the roast looks at one with the sole it's a right hook. those strings that's of things that he's a big. loser but i hold that today's performance convinced everyone that we're ready for more serious fights at a higher level which is what we were aiming for. success for me here to celebrate the spectacular. and not to much to take action it must come back to balance the way the club show up to moscow.
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crimea pull me off to be reunited with russia to more than ninety percent of voters show their support for breaking away from ukraine in a region. wide referendum. the crimean votes and undress in eastern ukraine triggered a harsh response from kipp which sends military hardware to the east and border radical politicians to say the country should go nuclear. and washington and brussels will slap sanctions on russian and climb me an official but critics warn further measures a would come at a heavy cost.
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