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about humans this. is why you should care only. ukraine's interim prime minister skips a nuclear nonproliferation summit to chase an i.m.f. loan while lawmakers called to rebuild kiev's atomic arsenal. millions of ukrainian migrant workers in russia could see their livelihoods disrupted by kiev's new visa policy plus one inmate sees the u.s. military president obama taking the battle against torture at the facility to a federal court for the first time and islamic figures warn it simmering sectarian tensions in the u.k. as radical clerics use far worse to create divisions between shia and sunni muslims .
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are they watching r.t. international it's nice to have the company. now ukraine's prime minister has turned down a major nuclear security summit in the hague opting instead to meet i.m.f. bankers he hopes to secure billions in loans money that would come with severe or sterrett conditions attached. explains what he's missing. all eyes are now being focused on the netherlands or specifically the hague where world politicians and diplomats have been gathering to take part in two major events the unofficial meeting of the g seven without russia the west accusing moscow of crimea and a major nuclear safety summit with moscow taking pork all happening in the same town and pretty much with the same politicians involved what's interesting is that despite the overwhelming western support of the new of tories in key of the ukrainian prime minister has announced that he's not planning to come to the netherlands explaining that they need to finalize the negotiations with the i.m.f.
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on a financial aid package but frankly the announcement has puzzled many analysts who say that it may have been a good idea for him to join and take part in the nuclear safety summit especially some statements coming from some of the new right wing politicians there in ukraine who've been saying that the country me read. in the near future if you want peace but you realize that. someone protects nato the united states or some other big state you think there's no choice you have to protect yourself on this this finding out the people in ukraine to discuss him. giving up nuclear weapons for your use. once we restart on nuclear arsenal it will be a very different conversation so we should expect some interesting discussions to take place here in the next few days but the question is how will the concept of this
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western support of the new york thirty's in kiev work together along with the idea of nuclear nonproliferation in europe without contradicting one another. well rebuilding ukraine's nuclear arsenal aside this still a risk of low grade radioactive material falling into the wrong hands take a look at this map ukraine is heavily dependent on nuclear power more than half of its electricity comes from this source with plants under the facilities dotted all over the country but the surging crime and instability since the uprising has prompted kiev to deploy extra security forces to protect vulnerable stockpiles with a new wave of protests against the self declared authorities in kiev has taken hold in eastern and southern ukraine rallies have become an almost daily sight with thousands flooding the streets of major cities their demands include independence reference referendums and in many cases people have been asking russia for
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protection against what they see as a far right government in kiev the wrong being cause for the ask the president to be restored to power including in donetsk where ryan o'neal is watching the events . it really appears the momentum is starting to gather in these demonstrations as they appear to be getting larger and larger with each passing week and in donetsk where i am thousands of people took to the city's central square not only to call for the referendum that they've been demanding for a number of weeks now but also in support of president victory on a covert who was ousted by the coup imposed government in kiev in february now banners and placards lists of the city's central square with slogans in support of victory on a cove age many believe could be the man to bring down by us his local area and also the region of which donetsk resides away from kiev and closer to russia adesa also saw demonstrations sweep across the city with people demanding a referendum on the decentralization of power in kiev and also demanded the release of on sunday of
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a chunk of the people's alternative party who was arrested by the ukrainian security services lugansk also saw demonstrations against the authorities in kiev and also an announcement that they now have over one hundred thousand signatures in support of the lugansk national referendum and kharkov people demanded a referendum on the on april twenty seventh and they've also called for similar tiniest. referendums across the region demanding autonomy from the authorities in kiev. so it appears that in the wake of the crimean referendum the people involved in the demonstrations all across the east of ukraine really feel that these demands for a referendum are beginning to look like very realistic goals i spoke to many demonstrators in donetsk they say that they're willing to continue as long as it takes to see this region move away from kiev and closer to russia. well in today's crosstalk are things people of l. find out whether the coup really got the people of ukraine what they wanted is a quick preview. from the he's a big winner but also china is
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a big winner and russia is a big winner and we really are in a new phase of international relations because for no one would the world i don't think the world will listen listen los to the european union and america and what the ordinary ukrainian people were standing for and we tend to forget that also in this today's discussion they were standing against corruption they wanted good governance and also nato forgets that why do we do that why have we put a gangster of top of this you know self-proclaimed regime we shake hands with him we're friendly with the likes of mr get out of the box all these radicals anti jewish racists all what the hell is this this is this is nothing to do with the order the ukrainian people and that that will lead to trouble very certainly and why are we in this kind of stupid trouble while ukraine's interim prime minister has admitted he doubts anyone will ever vote for him again tax hikes and mishandling of relations with russia have dealt a blow to arsonists
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a new authority in for many it's becoming increasingly difficult to navigate the twists and turns of his policies artie's marina. explains that saying he gets a new gloves to talk but he might be shooting himself in the foot in the process because as i about to show you he has a love and hate relationship with pretty much everyone. that summary is what are you going to use for the rest of the poems i skate they've pulled off with their britain would system is a genius scam invented by genius con artists they did a good job of making the global economy dependent on the us dollar and printing these banknotes using them to buy whatever i want their fair share the while he was a smooth saying a way of barack obama at the white house but what's interesting is that gets in there goes on to say and that is that america has and made the likes of russia a victim of its financial manipulations. just remember i told you russia had made loads of money so where is it now it got scorned and within
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a year russia central bank has been three hundred dollar billion on this but i'll tell you what that was they got juice yes again they were selling something they thought they could use and then it got snatched away from them but all the money they had made by selling that oil and gas they never got the chance to actually use wasting it instead to maintain the exchange rate of a currency and now that money's gone. but what russia does have according to is a very capable meter but those changes that took place when mr putin came to office he come placed his historic mission which is to say that russia with its wide gaps between classes clans with its only going. to ukraine it had finally got some good good by the way we're hearing the country apart as for you they had their m.p.'s and were finally disappeared last taken a certain way and i don't concur with him at all in a great number of his moves but yesterday to me nobody knows what i would have done
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with such a big uncontrollable country. well it's too bad he doesn't want to work with a man he speaks so highly of or care of a did want to work with nato at one point would you be surprised if i told you that yet snoop has a bone to pick with them as well. because you want not need to you know why nato wouldn't buy our military cargo aircraft and i really wonder why because we're supposed to be partners i would really want us to be selling and nato member states you know that they purchase airbus and boeing and bria but at the same time they won't use their helicopters we'll use a crane in ones of course it's much better to same ukrainian helicopters to. well he change his mind when it comes to join in the alliance but what about his beloved in the in the you know the reason why all this chaos was created in the first place. we certainly feel you believe you will prove to me show me yes.
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yes you can i'm going to be probably just being you right but it's and i should say that in your. all the glory of joining the he's been singing their praises for years now pounded his sass cream and that is the only way forward only to admit that it could never happen or that. nobody is going to join any body we got if you moreover it is a country with a population of forty six million people and whose total area is equal to the territory in front of it is a territory that is kind of a border zone sort of a large border belt between the e.u. and russia between democracy and an axis of evil but at the end you want to make it the security of the region of one there is another little dig at russia but it's not about he does or doesn't support it's about having a plan and it's the lack of one that's got many people worried then including those who supported him and his crew why because they no longer know what they are
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support say marina costs artsy and another issue craning authorities appear on sure about is whether to restrict freedom of movement to and from russia the prime minister hastily rolled back the national security minister's call for introducing visas between the two countries and here is a possible reason why the flow of workers according to the russian migration service three million came to the country from ukraine to seek employment last year and their total learning standard thirty billion dollars and that's almost as much as kiev is hoping to get in foreign aid over this year and next and twice as much as the loan it's requested from the i.m.f. and for many craniums working in russia there's no other alternative. but it was i've been in russia for more than eight years already i'm working as a welder in ukraine it's hard to find a job especially a well paid one many of my acquaintances are working here that if they decide to
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introduce a visa regime between ukraine and russia it's going to hit ordinary people hard in europe with the is it a see if it has been already a month that i've been working russia i'm forced to war here is i need to earn money in ukraine jobs are poorly paid many of my acquaintances a coming to russia to make a living i don't know if it's safe to come back to ukraine now with me is that it lots of thoughts of ukrainians were coming to russia fifteen years ago five years ago i'm working here for the six year over this period with formed our own community and we're helping each other with finding jobs and a place to live people who really want to work in russia will find a way to come here and they will be grateful to this country for the opportunity to work and earn decent wages. now coming up later on r.t. international our exclusive documentary on the nine hundred ninety nine nato bombing if you can slavia in these now you know million chips travel through the country and have the stories of devastated lives.
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i don't know if there are no more. nato.
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allies or crimea how has the world changed with the advent of this most recent ukraine crisis are we experiencing a new geopolitical paradigm shift western politicians and media warning russia of isolation how we list against this and who is on the right side of history. there's a media lead also we leave that maybe. by the same motion suit your. father your party years ago. where shoes that no one is asking with the guests that you deserve answers from it's all on politics only on our team. took place right on the scene. of the first tribute and i think picture.
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on our reporters twitter. instagram. to be in the low on. that never charged never tried yet stood experiencing something that many believe a mind to toe for the first time a one time in my by deciding the has moved his battle for humane conditions to be u.s. federal cold with more on this his report not. torture and starvation have come to define america's notorious island prison and for the first time in history the u.s. military will be forced to explain its actions in a u.s. federal court hunger striking guantanamo detainee hassan is suing president barack
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obama to stop the brutal force feeding actions at get mo lawyers for the gravely ill yemeni man say he's been force fed over five thousand times and subjected to a form of medieval water torture known as pumping he is being given very large quantities of fluid through oversize nato gastric feeding tubes in a short period of time perhaps two thirds of a gallon in perhaps thirty minutes twice a day which is causing him considerable pain water pumping was widely used during the spanish inquisition and ironically employed by the japanese army against american soldiers during world war two it's the same torture with the twenty first century to too us. it's being done with feeding tubes by the office and nurses not by inquisitors with tea pots and buckets sometimes frequently a laxative is given to the detainees in conjunction with the liquid nutrient what
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causes them to death akkad during a force feeding process afterwards or held in a restraint chair for as much as two hours frequently sitting in their own filth. thirty four year old hassan has been languishing at get money for twelve years without charge in two thousand and nine he was cleared for release hassan went on hunger strike seven years ago to protest his illegal detention the tube is poured into the bag critics say the u.s. military has deliberately made force feeding more painful in order to stop his son and dozens of others from protesting the only peaceful way they can be. so fast in a moment similar to. what will just continue really to action stopping something that the u.s. won't even acknowledge is happening in a rather orwellian twist guantanamo officials are no longer allowed to use the phrase hunger strike instead any prisoner who is starving himself is categorized as
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being on a long term non religious fast the rebranding effort is part of guantanamo's revised standard of operating procedures conveniently called the medical management of detainees with weight loss as first reported by journalist jason leopold force feeding is now called enteral feeding and u.s. officials no longer disclose how many prisoners are on hunger strike except for a modest sign his story will be heard in a court of law. new york. and we've been keeping track of the unprecedented hunger strike at the facility to check out our extensive coverage of guantanamo bay on our website at www dot. dot com as well as the other brutal techniques the inmates are subjected to. spain is bracing itself for another day of protests after an anti is stereotyped march uniting people across the country ended in violent clashes with police on the streets of madrid on
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saturday hundreds of thousands converge on the capital in the so-called march for dignity order breakdown when protesters began hurling rocks and fireworks at police riot squads them forced the crowd back with rubber bullets more than a hundred people were injured many of them offices and twenty nine protesters were arrested so what prompted so many people to make the long journey on foot to the capital well spain currently has the second highest unemployment rate in the year with over a quarter of working among young people the rate is much higher over half a job and that leaves a third of families relying on relatives receiving state pensions writer and activist chlorophyl verde believes the government isn't going to rethink its policies unless the public keeps up the pressure. for one day we stop our protest in iraq it would take everything away from the very beginning of our everything
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else and it's our responsibility to our grandchildren to to at least try to stop at least to try to keep some of what our grandparents record is for but i think it's our responsibility in course it goes forward because you see we haven't given everything else away like the baby really like doing which is we have to think that i mean that if you look at argentina in stopping it and if it got out of this situation if it were a sleeping part of the debt the part of big big extent because most of that debt is not our debt is because he belongs to the banks so i think that vicious stop picking our tax money to pay their debt. israel's entire diplomatic service has ground to hold for the first time in the country's modern history staff at embassies around the world are on strike in a pay dispute that is creating a major headache for the government we are reporting on that over at our web site at r.t. dot com and also there. i can see its grip on the internet after banning twitter
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the government blogs that google service that allows users an alternative way of accessing the microblogging site you can get that story plus plenty more at r.t. dot com. the civil war in syria is increasingly being fought along religious lines in the fallout is being felt thousands of kilometers away as part of boyko now reports extreme islamic leaders in the u.k. are taking their cues from the conflict trying to pick shia and sunni believers against each other. it has according to the u.k.'s most senior muslim politician become a deep and dangerous problem in britain but at first sight you wouldn't think islamic sectarianism would affect this quaint corner of buckinghamshire behind these gates is the alamo has seen mosque and its share in mom shape b. has been accused of making deeply offensive remarks about
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a rival sony sect have babies even operate says very own u.k. licensed satellite t.v. channel from this location transmitting his views not just to this village but across the globe. if the baby is not born a sheer the devil will stick his finger out and he will become a sort of mist. this mosque is just one example of the growing divisions between british muslims last summer a sunni cleric who has called for jihad in syria and who accuses shias of kidnapping cooking and skinning children was billed to speak at a conference at a mosque here in west london the shia and sunni muslims belong to two major denominations of islam roughly eighty percent of the u.k.'s three million muslims are sunni the remaining twenty percent shia sectarianism is one of the biggest threats facing the misson community in britain at the moment it's something that
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the community itself when you speak to them are increasingly concerned that it could take effect ten tensions could be on the rise i owe it may be three thousand miles away but experts say the civil war in syria has made its mark on british muslims i think in the u.k. we have an issue with. a predominantly been backed into a corner because of the syria crisis that we've been part of the. and the sunni majority has failed you know. in may two thousand and thirteen extremist preacher anjem choudary led the first muslim sectarian protest on british streets the march was staged supposedly in opposition to the syrian government and supportive of the syrian people but it became clear fairly on tapes had you know a second it and that was anti share in nature that they actually and the so.
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we believe that's just insane sectarian violence because it embrace the muslim council of britain a coalition of muslim organizations across the theological spectrum condemned the protest but satellite broadcasts of preachers from around the globe as well as the proliferation of you tube and twitter has meant that a dose of sectarian hatred is always just one click away more and more muslim mothers coming feedback to us in terms of the online hatred based online that their children are accessing they were three things that she is to make them dangerous there is monitoring the situation say it's time to recognize that just like in the middle east interest faith tensions do exist and it's important to tackle them before they start to bubble up. london.
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meanwhile the conflict in syria grinds on a cousin of president bashar al assad has been killed in a skirmish with rebels in the time in the country's north u.k. based activist group the observatory for human rights says seven government soldiers also died in the attack in the pro-government area. after turkish f. sixteen shot down a syria fighter jet near its border president assad has strongly denied official claims that the plane was in turkish airspace at the time. dramatic footage in taiwan is protesters angry at a new trade pact with the chinese mainland forced their way into cabinet offices a thousand students were protesting against the agreement aimed further integrating the island services sector with the rest of china the president has said that rejecting the pact would taiwan's economy. far right party has made large gains in
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the first round of local town hall elections across france voters have turned away from the unpopular stage of this party is now in government with many embracing the national front its leader marine le pen i said the surgeon support has made her party a force to be reckoned with in french politics the second round of voting will take place on sunday. protesters clashed with riot police in chile as they called on the newly elected president to make good on her promises to make sweeping education and social reforms fifty people were arrested during the rally as water cannon drenched some of whom fought back with moderate of cocktails leftist president michel bush was elected two weeks ago and she page to introduce a new constitution to replace the pinochet era document that's still in force. up next his pace labelle and his guessing debate which way the volatile situation in ukraine could be heading crosstalk is.
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a man is probably one of the best things that anyone ever said to me thanks dad i'm sorry representation project but you are dead wrong but that's just my opinion. well come to that xan siberian. what are the places you never go to. fund. things you never do. experience you'll never again. be surprised you will.
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marry. now right. hello and welcome to cross talk we're all things considered i'm peter lavelle after crimea how has the world changed with the advent of this most recent ukraine crisis are we experiencing a new geo political paradigm shift western politicians in media warning russia of isolation how realistic is this and who is on the right side of history.
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to cross-talk the ukraine crisis i'm joined by my guest mark mccall in london he is a specialist on international affairs at the university of london in berlin we have course of course he is a government consultant and publicist and here in moscow we cross to marx the boulder he is a senior lecturer and researcher at moscow state university or a gentleman cross-talk roles in effect that means you can jump in anytime you want and i very much encourage it martin if i go to you first in london as an undergraduate and as a graduate student i read all of your books ok and i'm not trying to put you on the spot for your age or my age but i'm asking you a very simple question give me the big picture here what has changed with this crisis in ukraine and crimea what's changed. what are the changes to read a watershed. there's a split between america and the european union you know the european union will not
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know do work americans want they want a very very heavy sanctions very strict very strict procedures and so on european union said no and out of that comes germany there is no e.u. foreign policy anymore whose german foreign policy and its german national interests over the first time since nine hundred forty five you could say the germany has reasserted itself on the world stage and that's very important. europe or no on bridge we have to look to berlin berlin will decide european foreign policy the other thing is that russia will look more and more to the east towards china and the idea of of europe reaching from british in france to have lot of us talk at least that's gone there's a big split now. and russia is much more self-confident it sees itself as a new great power and it will go closer and closer to china the other big winner here of course is china is china germany is a big winner but also china is
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a big winner and russia is a big winner and we really are in a new phase of international relations because for no one would the world i don't think the world will listen to listen less to the european union and america itself could you reflect upon that germany is a big winner china is a big winner and russia is again a great power. yeah i was just thinking should i keep my mouth shut because we have the big winners europe is doing german foreign policy well i should just keep my mouth shut but i'm not and what the truth is this is at least for a german this is not german foreign policy that the german secret service and the you know conservative party is in the doing politics within ukraine that we take part in the nato states could it in ukraine that is not german foreign policies we do this under pressure we don't like it ok mark are we in a new world a paradigm shift i think we are in a paradigm shift we saw the first inklings of this back in two thousand and eight
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when russia repelled a u.s. backed neo liberal neo conservative saakashvili regimes attempt to annex south a city which killed several russian un approved peacekeepers in the process. but the west didn't learn their lesson the first time and continued to encroach on red lines in the post soviet space for russia with this attempt at a successful attempt at a putsch however i don't see as much of a differences some of our other guests between us and european responses to this crisis the u.s. sanctions that they have leveled themselves are fairly toothless and obama has made it clear that there will be no military intervention in the ukraine he might have been hoping for something a little bit more robust out of europe but everyone knows with russia as germany's
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largest state trading partner that any attempts to put sanctions on russia would rebound even worse on germany and the entire european union khana me. which is you know just barely treading water at this point would go down so i don't think that there's that much leverage for either the americans or for the europeans and i don't see the as much of a difference a light of day between their positions on the ukraine they were all complicit in this process whether they were backing one particular candidate over the other they were all involved flying in for men thing and supporting this butch i also don't agree that russia has been a winner out of this russia has seen its brother country of the ukraine now become essentially a failed and no longer viable state i don't think the ukraine will ever again be
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viable in its current political boundaries because of the east west split in the country of this is far from over i see civil war in the future for the ukraine this is not good for russia i see the us is the only country that definitely benefits out of this because a chaotic ukraine is. just as good for the united states as a nearly as good for the united states as a ukraine that is aligned with the west because it still denies a ukraine to russia russia also putin now sees his europe eurasian union economic and civilizational project severely put on line so i can't agree at all that russia or europe comes out of victory and that's you know martin it went looking back over the last few months here i mean the the policy of coming up policies coming out of brussels and the united states i mean it was very confrontational is this what is this intentional is that was this another red line
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crossing to see if they could that russia would back down that this was a plan that was going to work because in retrospect it seems like it was just really muddled all the way through i think that when the history is written the european union will in fact regret the moves it took it acted far too perceptive it could too closely involved in what was happening in the ukraine. and if you like events took over and they were going to get up as they went along there was no strategic thinking the strategic thing you would have been we must have a look at how to contradict to detach ukraine from russia. ukraine russia if you like brotherly fraternal states and you can't really to touch them we have to reach an agreement in which ukraine finds feels happy with russia russia is happy with the crane and so on and both feel happy with the relationship between european union and. ukraine so european union has made fundamental
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mistakes and of course would result in a split because germany didn't want these sanctions because a business that doesn't know much about the business know most of german companies work in russia and so on and they didn't want anything to do dislodge that or harm that. and so on whereas countries which didn't really have much impact on russia such as poland and so on were very keen to have. very very deep sanctions and so on so the european union which was split and never spoken here in play and also it became quite clear that catherine ashton speaking for brussels and so on was in fact making it up as she went along and it was not coherent not really thought out so therefore the european union again you could call muddling it through muddling through and so on but they've ended up if you like the worst case scenario because ukraine now is handed over economically if you like the european union and the
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i.m.f. or the americans please give us money because the russians will not give us any mother could cause billions of dollars which of course europe doesn't have. a merica is also not doing so well so if you like to vent it up with a situation where they really are the losers here and when history is written the question will be why did they get themselves into such a mess quickly yes of course the two would you agree or disagree with what martin had to say so quickly i mean a few months ago ukraine was in trouble it was in trouble but it wasn't a broken state it was a difficult state it happened so very quickly. well it was a failed state it was head over heels in hell of corruption just look at this ten billion dollar deal for fracking and then you find millions and you know heaps of gold with the energy minister the old one and things like that no germany is in business with russia since many years it's growing happily growing because we do not want any further confrontation that's the reason we had fox wagon just two days
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ago issue a statement there's no sanctions with us they said very you know it's self assured we will not do any sanctions we will continue our business and russia amounts to one sixth of our car sales and we want to you know raise that in the future and they have just built a good planned factory there so this is for its wagon only and there are a lot of companies in germany who insist that they want to do deals with russia in the future because they know this is the best way to maintain the peace between these countries and that's the reason why we do this business it was part of the german policy longstanding policy even during the cold war that we do this kind of you know pipe business at that time with russia and there was very important for us in the market the interim government whatever you want to call it in kiev they've signed an agreement with the european union for better more cooperation the beginning of austerity. ok. they have signed an agreement but essentially this
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agreement was already signed back in two thousand and nine i think one of the most interesting things is that they declined at this point to sign the economic portion of the greenman with the ets and york raising exactly the yanks in new york who is the putsch regimes self-appointed prime minister he raised the exact same objections on economic grounds that president janak ovitz raised just a few short months ago so one might ask what was this whole affair for if yatsenyuk recognizes the economic difficulties of this will bring on ukraine and has put off adopting the economic package with a deep and comprehensive free trade agreement and the i.m.f. conditionality at least until after this farcical character of elections which they have scheduled for may i'd like to say that this this porch was entirely planned
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and it was strategic but the thing is it wasn't planned right for now. it was planned for a year hence during elections where if the yana call which the party of region did win again this would have been sprung so the question is why was it spot on now i'm going to let you finish we're going to go to a short break and after that show break we'll continue our discussion on ukraine stay or. leave. to.
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there's now no more can lead to nato. say sorry. but all told i'm a language of war but i will only react to situations i have read the reports for
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so i'm not in a position to the know i will leave that to the state department to comment on your latter point i come on to say j h k l a car is all you're talking nails on a. radio no more weasel words. when you have a direct question be prepared for a change when you tour a punch be ready for a bad. freedom of speech to let out down the freedoms of caution. your friend posts a photo from a vacation you can't afford. different. your boss repeats the same old joke of course you like. your ex-girlfriend still in poetry keep. ignoring.
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what really matters. to your facebook news feed. her. mood.
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all things are considered on people about her mind you were discussing the crisis in ukraine. ok i'd like to go back to mark here in moscow where he said this was planned but on the back of a an election that was going to happen a year from now go ahead finish your point so the question is why i couldn't. why wasn't this whole arrangement the euro my dog on the porch why couldn't it wait just one year to elections which all of the polls say yes to quote which was almost sure to lose if the opposition could have united in the second round behind one candidate and the main reason is and this is the most important thing for the entire crisis i believe is that. which had said no to the
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e use association agreement at the last minute when he had originally intended to sign it and instead turn towards russia's eurasian union the us in particular but the us and the e.u. work terrified that in the next year would commit the ukrainian. political establishment and economy towards this eurasian union and closer relations with russia which would see it permanently pulled out of the e.u. orbit they couldn't let this stand which means the entire fiasco which has essentially destroyed the ukraine as a state is about geopolitics ok chris of it's all about geopolitics because i because i find it really quite fascinating as mark brought it up is that you know we go back to south of setia the russians warned nato and the west do not cross these lines ukraine is a line as well and they did it anyway and this is what the result is i don't think
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anyone in their right mind should be surprised what happened in crimea it's perfect logic it's a piece taken off the chessboard as ukraine goes into some kind of catastrophic collapse. correct so and if you do this kind of thing you know who was demonstrating on my done yes if you read it kills and yes nato countries have cooperated with them yes but what the ordinary ukrainian people were standing for and we tend to forget that also in this today's discussion they were standing against corruption they wanted good governance and also nato forgets that why do we do that why have we put at bankstown top of this you know self-proclaimed regime we shake hands with him we are friendly with the likes of mr gaddafi and talk all these radicals and he jewish racists or what the hell is this this is this has nothing to do with the order there are you crazy and people and that that will lead
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to trouble very certainly and why are we in this kind of stupid trouble and it's not that russia turns to asia things like that they do this because we constantly reject them that is stupid and even mr putin said that in his declaration it is in his famous press conference that why we are neglecting the ukrainian people and their just played for you know corruption free business and governance that is that is what they need i mean listen they tour starts thinking of the order new ukrainian city and it will all go wrong i can assure you know no matter where it was a one year early or one year later that is quite interesting for historians but for me i am in politics and i am a say unless we are reality on the ground we will not be lucky in this and if we cross more lines with russia yes we push them to turn to awards asia very clearly what they don't want they do not want that and they offer their hand since years and years and we rejected since years and years in especially so with mr pussy and
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i heard in berlin and all the political circus once mr putin the spec as president that would be a very tough time why do we do that is that with mr putin no it's about russia we want to deny russia just plays on the global stage and that stupid at least you know. martin it's seems to me i mean i watch cover the media very carefully when it comes of this crisis in ukraine western media is very hesitant to describe the regime in kiev and we know what their alter nationalist neo nazis they're going to have to wake up to this pretty soon because it's shifted from crimea that's been it's done it's not going to come back to ukraine but now it's going to go to the election cycle coming up soon i don't think these people going to give up power very easily. you know what we're waiting for the the presidential election in the twenty fifth of may and almost certainly no single candidate will win that so therefore the be a runoff be arranged and see who actually who are the two who actually come to the
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top and then there are parliamentary elections later on in the year so therefore if you like the they have an interim president or president interim government and so on is pretty provisional the country take any decisive decisions the country commit ukraine to the european union or to the american way of life and things like that that's beyond them they have to wait for the election of the president and the next parliament but of course the difficulty is that in ukraine the wealth of the country. you have a very small group of guards who control so much of the economy and it's very very. obvious that the new government will not be able to take their wealth away because that was the grist of said there which person wanted the wealth once the world to be taken away from these oligarchs and spread around the country because they see enormous power and wealth in few hands the new government will not have an
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economic power they have to go along with them and in the interim they are appointing oligarchs as governors and they have to be close to them so therefore. ukraine isn't really going to change even after the election of a new president and parliamentary parliamentary a new parliamentary majority and so on the economic problem stays how do you redistribute how do you then spread wealth around the country because you should you should reprivatize nationalize some of the state assets but you can't really do that without really having a fight with the only guards which are loose so there for the future for ukraine and the average person one heart one's heart goes out to them they demonstrated. so long but they have demonstrated basically very good because things are not going to get better for them in the short term infective may be a long time before the start to living can likely rise once you point out that poland and ukraine twenty years ago started off of the same level of g.d.p.
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and you created prisoners only sixty percent of pollutants. and that saves a lot in the body pretty much in any market. is in fact ukraine go to really become . a basket case or ukraine going to really deep forward and become a richer state i think most people would say it's in for a very hard long flow yeah mark can you can you speak to. the ukraine because i think you know this is a moment of truth coming up because you know we have this identity issue being played out here and we have already crimea brought back to russia what's going on with those people there because they're russian russian speaking ok a good entrance into that is the topic of the east and south ukraine is a point of exception that i would draw with christoph where he attempted to characterize the people of the my don as representing the average normal ukrainian
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or i have to disagree with this assessment completely illogical research into exactly who was there shows us clearly that this was by far supported by one geo graphic and cultural faction of the ukraine that is the western ukraine and that three out of four people in eastern ukraine as late as late february oppose the euro my don protests because they knew full well that first of all they feared these ultra nationalists and fascists which hold all the organs of state power in the new portrait but second of all they also knew that these retread or ingests of the fatherland party with. tymoshenko were as corrupt of their own. yulia timoshenko as perhaps the most corrupt person in all of you politics and. poor shank it was another all a guard who supported the my don so it simply changing one group of oligarchy for
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the other is with the addition of the band. the fascists along in the people in the east and south we've seen in nearly continuous protests stretching from odessa through done yet scar cough her son lugansk all over the russian ethnic and rushing russian speaking south and east ukraine these protests are being repressed by oligarchy that have been stalled as futile fi films rulers of feudal fife thems we have seen mass arrests we have dozens at this point of politicians protesters activists and journalists who are pro russia or pro federalism at any rate against this puts regime who have been kidnapped by the forces of this regime in kiev and are now being held as political prisoners and we hear not a word of outrage of this from the west of course because these are seen as pro
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russian eastern and southern ukrainians everyone has always assumed that the eastern and southern ukrainians. being politically apathetic cynical and passive for the last twenty years would just accept this regime change in kiev and go along and eventually be absorbed identity wise following the western ukrainian model however perhaps the greatest accomplishment of this year oh my don protests and push other than the destruction of the ukraine is a state is the political and identity wakening of the east and south and because of that these two national and identity pitted against each other east and west the ukraine will never be a unitary state again let me go to chris off in berlin and one of the things that i'm always worried about is that we have we've seen these election cycles go around going around ukraine and never resolves anything. exactly and i would like to
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offer a kind of benchmark for you to my colleagues here in cross talk today they say unless you know the european union or nato or wherever interferes in ukraine right now as the master should come up with a sure fired model how to overcome corruption and go back to good governance or go to good governance not back please in ukraine unless they succeed people in ukraine especially in the south in these they would turn to putin they would turn to russia because that guy reined his only guy in for sure and that is very much we still have to live up to in europe ok gentlemen we've run out of time many thanks many thanks to my guests in london berlin and in moscow and thanks to our viewers for watching us here darkie see you next time and remember crosstalk.
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high social standards we give them five euros a day. and it's not enough to satisfy us. yes all of the poor are at their wits say my entrance to euros a week when i asked the boss cribbage them all he refuses my salary is only no for my fate and money for my family in haiti. fair trade fine just seems almost see. one of the new mom in a life should be. the face i think i feel. a
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ukraine's interim prime minister say nuclear nonproliferation the summit to chase an i.m.f. loan while lawmakers called to rebuild atomic arsenal. millions of ukrainian migrant workers in russia could see their livelihoods disrupted by kiev's new visa policies. four years killed yemeni man say he's been subjected to a form of medieval water torture. saves the u.s. military and president obama taking the battle against the facility to a federal court for the first time and islamic figures warn of simmering sectarian tensions in the u.k. as radical clerics use barri words to create divisions between shia and sunni muslims.
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and i welcome you watching r.t. international with me andrew farm. now ukraine's prime minister has turned down a major nuclear security summit in the hague opting instead to meet i.m.f. bankers he hopes to secure billions in loans money that would come with severe was staring conditions attached. explains what he's missing. all eyes are now being focused on the netherlands or specifically the hague where wald politicians and diplomats have been gathering to take part in two major events the unofficial meeting of the g seven without russia the west accusing moscow of crimea and a major nuclear safety summit with moscow taking pork all happening in the same town and pretty much with the same politicians involved but what's interesting is
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that despite the overwhelming western support of the new of tories in key of the ukrainian prime minister has announced that he's not planning to come to the netherlands explaining that they need to finalize the negotiations with the i.m.f. on a financial aid package but frankly the announcement has puzzled many analysts who say that it may have been a good idea for him to join and take part in the nuclear safety summit especially some statements coming from some of the new right wing politicians there in ukraine who've been saying that the country me rebuild its nuclear arsenal in the near future we want peace but we realize that. someone pretends like nato the united states or some other big state. there is no choice then you have to protect yourself on this this point zero million people in ukraine to discuss having me. give up nuclear weapons for guarantees.
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once we restock our nuclear arsenal it will be a very different conversation ukraine has all the required nuclear technology and it will take us three to six months so we should expect some interesting discussions to take place here in the next few days but the question is how will the concept of this western support of the new offshore is in ky if we work together along with the idea of a nuclear nonproliferation in europe without contradicting one another. well rebuilding ukraine's nuclear arsenal aside there's also a risk of low grade radioactive material falling into the wrong hands take a look at this map ukraine is heavily dependent on nuclear power more than half of its electricity comes from this source with plants and other facilities dotted all over the country but the surge in crime and stability since the uprising has prompted kiev to deploy extra security forces to protect vulnerable stockpiles well for more on nuclear ambitions let's talk to graeme phillips
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a british journalist and blogger who's living in ukraine the moment thank you very much for coming on to our see today now look ukrainian all makers have submitted a bill that would pave the way to pull out of the nuclear nonproliferation treaty but do you think that's just a bluff or do you think there's more to it than the. law crosstalk go on at the moment there's not sides we're in for depositions are we not to start talking about nuclear weapons back in brussels in early march mentioning a random north korea and no one really quite called regular at the time what he was driving at but what has become clear is now voices are expressing. is that they're making greasing noises about reestablishing clear arment which was at one time of course before the marginality for budapest memorandum the third largest in the world in terms of the nuclear stockpiles we're talking about mass nuclear power and you have to look at things now through the basics of what's been put forward is being done with many ways that there's talk of this massing of russian troops and
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of course have been some voices saying from the ukrainian government side that they think russia where we can take over all of ukraine is of course frankly absurd thought that it's on the basis that if your ukraine is looking to leverage to start doing that to start reestablishing some form of nuclear armaments what are the dangers here do you believe that the west can afford to have a nuclear armed ukraine on its borders bearing in mind we have just seen a second revolution there in a decade. you have to look at the situation in ukraine at the moment when you talk about this idea of. russia might somehow suddenly sweep across ukraine it's a logical being the way that crimea that that situation was going to join two was being formed in kiev the government democratic overthrown and it was very clear at that stage that supporter which is a neo nazi party with anti russian rhetoric at the heart of it of its policy at the heart of its whole operation was coming to power with seizing power and of what
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their policies would install. there'll an empty russian propaganda policy dissemination of fancy russian really stringent anti russian is across ukraine including the immediate dismissal of the black sea fleet from crimea so russia will of course already have troops in crimea that there had of course since the you quit independence and it moved to really shore up its interests at that stage so this idea that russia might suddenly somehow sleepily be quaint is is a logical you thought long forward to patriot is something he does need nuclear armaments that mr phillips says just gauge the mood say when the country because you know certainly in the south and in the east many people aren't happy with the interim government in kiev you are now tested what's the feeling there are to amass a lot you know death yes that's what people are very unhappy about now if these leaders as a decimal call i'm told that schools i will go broke in donetsk these are leaders
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who are called the referendum being what they see has been kidnapped here they've been arrested they've been taken away it's all we've done in a very shadowy way it's been done in the dead of night been smuggled of bumbled away and taken off in ways which you described as a stream lee repressive very very deeply suspicious in terms of delegates seats as what people see is that is happening to the repression. about the cities which do want what they were chanting yesterday was their desire for a referendum or what they see is repression as those desires those wishes for democratic referendums be rigidly stand tall and be a leader the people who call for democratic process is the bible go way. back and taken off in a way which they described as being completely illegal undemocratic mr francis but we've run out of time there i am afraid but we do appreciate your thoughts in
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coming on to r.t. today that the journalist and blogger graeme phillips live from odessa thank you well let's take a look at where the protest against the self-proclaimed government are the most intense here in eastern ukraine rallies have become an almost daily sight with thousands flooding the streets of major cities their demands include independent referendums and in many cases people have been asking russia protection against what they see as a far right government in kiev and there have also been cause for the acid president to be restored to power including internet where ron an eel is watching the events for us. it really appears the momentum is starting to gather in these demonstrations as they appear to be getting larger and larger with each passing week and in donetsk where i am thousands of people took to the city's central square not only to call for the referendum that they've been demanding for a number of weeks now but also in support of president. who was ousted by the coup imposed government in kiev in february now banners and placards lists of the city's
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central square with slogans in support of victory on a cove each day many believe could be the man to bring down by us his local area and also the region of which donetsk resides away from kiev and closer to russia but yes i also saw demonstrations sweep across the city with people demanding a referendum on the decentralization of power in kiev and also demanded the release of unsound of a chunk of of the people's alternative party who was arrested by the ukrainian security services lugansk also saw demonstrations against the authorities in kiev and also an announcement that they now have over one hundred thousand signatures in support of the lugansk national referendum and kharkov people demanded a referendum on the on april twenty seventh and they've also called for similar saying yes. referendums across the region demanding autonomy from the authorities in kiev. so it appears that in the wake of the crimean referendum the people involved in the demonstrations all across the east of ukraine really feel that
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these demands for a referendum are beginning to look like very realistic goals i spoke to many demonstrators in donetsk we say that they're willing to continue as long as it takes to see this region move away from kiev and closer to russia but ukraine's interim prime minister has admitted he doubts any one level for him again tax hikes mishandling of relations with the russia have dealt a blow to us and yet seen ukes authority and for many it's becoming increasingly difficult to navigate the twists and turns of his policies are. explains. i think he gets a new gloves to talk but he might be she isn't himself in the foot in the process because as i'm about to show you he has a love and hate relationship with pretty much everyone. that's always what it is most of the poems i skate they've pulled off with them britain would system is a genius scam invented by genius con artists they did a good job of making the global economy dependent on the us dollar and printing
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these banknotes using them to buy whatever i wonder if they shared all sorts while he was a smooth saying and with barack obama at the white house but what's interesting is that he gets in there goes on to say and that is that america has made the likes of russia a victim of its financial manipulations. and its remember i told you russia had made loads of money so where is it now it got school and within a year russia central bank has been at three hundred dollar billion on this but i'll tell you what that was they got juice yes again so it's something they thought they could use and then it got snatched away from them but the money they had made by selling that oil and gas they never got the chance to actually use wasting it instead to maintain the exchange rate of a currency and now that money's gone. but what russia does have a quarter is a very capable meter. those changes that took place when mr putin came to office
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he completed his historic mission which is to say to russia with these wide gaps between classes clans with it's only going to be really to ukraine it had finally got some good by the way with sharing the country apart as for you they had their m.p.'s and we'll find where mr putin has taken a certain way and i don't concur with him at all in a great number of his moves but yesterday it could to me nobody knows what i would have done with such a big uncontrollable country. well it's too bad he doesn't want to work with a man who speaks so highly of well care of a did want to work with nato at one point would have been surprised if i told you that yet has a bone to pick with them as well i mean it's i think someone not new to you know why nato. military cargo aircraft and i really wonder why because we're supposed to be partners i would really want us to be selling and nato member states you know that they purchased advantage boeing and bria boy but at the same time they won't
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use their helicopters we'll use your cranium ones of course it's much better to same ukrainian helicopters to. well he change his mind when it comes to join in the alliance but what about his beloved in the in the you know the reason why all this chaos was created in the first place we just feel you believe it yes. yes you can i'm going to be probably just feel you wrote but it's a national don't you. all the glory of joining the he's been saying in their prices for years now pounded his sas cream and that is the only way forward only to admit that it could never happen on this but nobody is going to join anybody we go see. it is a country with a population of food and six million people and whose total area is equal to the territory for it is a territory that is kind of a borders sort of
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a large border belt between the e.u. and russia and democracy and an axis of evil but at the end you want to make it to security. there is another well they got russia but it's not about who he does or doesn't support it's about having a plan and it's the lack of one that's got many people warry than including those who supported him and his crew why because they no longer know what they are supports a marina costs artsy. well another issue the craning authorities appear to be unsure about is whether to restrict freedom of movement to and from russia the prime minister hastily rolled back the national security minister's call for introducing visas between the two countries and here's a possible reason why the outflow of workers according to the russian migration service three million people came to the country from ukraine to seek employment last year their total earning standard about thirty billion dollars and that's
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almost as much as kiev is hoping to get in foreign aid over this year and next and twice as much as the loan it's requested from the i.m.f. for many ukrainians working in russia there is no alternative. but here it was i've been in russia for more than eight years already i'm working as a welder in ukraine it's hard to find a job especially a well paid one many of my acquaintances are working here that if they decide to introduce a visa regime between ukraine and russia it's going to hit ordinary people hard with is it a theory it has been already a month that i've been working grocer i'm forced to war here is i need to earn money in ukraine jobs are poorly paid many of my acquaintances a coming to russia to make a living i don't know if it's safe to come back to ukraine now appears that it lots of other ukrainians were coming to russia fifteen years ago five years ago i'm working here for the six year over this period with formed our own community and we're helping each other with finding jobs and
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a place to live people who really want to work in russia will find a way to come here and they will be grateful to this country for the opportunity to work and earn decent wages. thanks being with us today and coming up in about ten minutes time here on r.t. international our exclusive documentary on the nine hundred ninety nine nato bombing of ucas slavia artes and he's now you know you know a million chitchat travel through the country and hey the stories of devastated lifes.
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there are no more. paying for the projects with this label. guarantees better deals for the third world produces. again this will spread usurious part of the business
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but the workers on it and i see it and advocates better working conditions and high social standards we give them five euros a day. and it's not enough to satisfy us. yes all of the pool are at their wits and my insurance to euros a week when i asked the boss cribbage more he refuses my salary is only no for my food and money for my family in haiti. fair trade behind the scenes almost see. never charged never tried yet still experiencing something that many believe amounts to talk for the first time i kuantan in my bag has moved his battle for
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humane conditions to a us federal court with more on this his r.t.s. marina port. torture and starvation have come to define america's notorious island prison and for the first time in history the u.s. military will be forced to explain its actions in a u.s. federal court hunger striking guantanamo detainee his son is suing president barack obama to stop the brutal force feeding actions at get him out lawyers for the gravely ill yemeni man say he's been force fed over five thousand times and subjected to a form of medieval water torture known as pumping he is being given very large quantities of fluid through oversize nato gastric feeding tubes in a short period of time perhaps two thirds of a gallon and perhaps thirty minutes twice a day which is causing him considerable pain water pumping was widely used during
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the spanish inquisition and ironically employed by the japanese army against american soldiers during world war two it's the same torture with the twenty first century to too us. it's being done with feeding tubes by doctors and nurses not by inquisitors with tea pots and buckets sometimes frequently a laxative is given to the detainees in conjunction with the liquid nutrient what causes him to death akkad dying to force feed him process afterwards are held in a restraint chair for as much as two hours frequently sitting in their own filth. thirty four year old hassan has been languishing at good mo for twelve years without charge in two thousand and nine he was cleared for release hassan went on hunger strike seven years ago to protest his illegal detention the tube is poured into the bag critics say the u.s. military has deliberately made force feeding more painful in order to stop his son
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and dozens of others from protesting the only peaceful way they can be. so fast in a moment similar to. what will just continue really to action stopping something that the u.s. won't even acknowledge is happening in a rather orwellian twist guantanamo officials are no longer allowed to use the phrase hunger strike instead any prisoner who is starving himself is categorized as being on a long term non religious fast the rebranding effort is part of guantanamo's revised standard of operating procedures conveniently called the medical management of detainees with weight loss as first reported by journalist jason leopold force feeding is now called enteral feeding and u.s. officials no longer disclose how many prisoners are on hunger strike except for a modest sign his story will be heard in a court of law. new york. and we've been keeping track of the
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unprecedented hunger strike at the facility to check our web site and our extensive coverage there of kuantan and i bet a lot. dot com is where you want to go also there the other brutal techniques inmates are subjected to. the civil war in syria is increasingly being fought along religious lines and the fallout is being felt thousands of kilometers away as party boyko now reports extreme islamic leaders in the u.k. taking their cues from the conflict trying to pick shear and sunni believers against each other. it has according to the u.k.'s most senior muslim politician become a deep and dangerous problem in britain but at first sight you wouldn't think islamic sectarianism would affect this quaint corner of buckinghamshire behind these gates is the alamo has seen mosque and its share in mom shake her b.
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has been accused of making deeply offensive remarks about a rival sunny's sect her baby even operate says very own u.k. licensed satellite t.v. channel from this location transmitting his views not just to this village but across the globe. if the baby is not born a sheer devil will stick his finger out and he will become a sort of mist. this mosque is just one example of the growing divisions between british muslims last summer a sunni cleric who has called for jihad in syria and who accuses shias of kidnapping cooking and skinning children was billed to speak at a conference at a mosque here in west london the shia and sunni muslims belong to two major denominations of islam roughly eighty percent of the u.k.'s three million muslims are sunni the remaining twenty percent shia sectarianism is one of the biggest
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threats facing the misson community in britain at the moment it's something that the community itself when you speak to them are increasingly concerned that it could take effect ten tensions could be on the rise i owe it may be three thousand miles away but experts say the civil war in syria has made its mark on british muslims i think in the u.k. we have an issue with. a predominantly been backed into a corner because of the syria crisis that we've been part of the us of regime and the sunni majority has failed you know. in may two thousand and thirteen extremist preacher anjem choudary led the first muslim sectarian protest on british streets the march was staged supposedly in opposition to the syrian government and support the syrian people but it became clear fairly on tapes had you know
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a second it and that was. that they actually and the so. you believe it's sed instead of sectarian violence it embrace the muslim council of britain a coalition of muslim organizations across the theological spectrum condemned the protests but satellite broadcasts of preaches from around the globe as well as the proliferation if you choose been twitter has meant that a dose of sectarian hatred is always just one click away more and more muslim mothers coming feedback to us in terms of the online hatred based online that their children are accessing the words three things that she is that make them dangerous those monitoring the situation say it's time to recognize that just like in the middle east interest faith tensions do exist and it's important to tackle them
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before they start to bubble up. london. it's a coming up so you half past eleven here in moscow next our exclusive documentary on the nine hundred ninety nine nato bombing of you koslov. a group called the representation project to spreading the word with a viral you tube video that the most destructive thing you can see the young boys america's. and why is everything is even unpleasant a cardinal sin in modern america you want to know why we say be a man imagine a medieval village what if all the men just didn't want to work the land because it hurts their hands or would be willing to fight an invading army because they might get hurt themselves or some girl gets pregnant all the village guys would say well that's her problem the idea of being
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a man is part of her evolution without tough men that tribe or city state or whatever would die out many people would say that this is all in the past but as western civilization goes down the tank we see more and more forty year old boys with no wife no kids no ambition no guts no grit no discipline just trying to pretend to be a man playing online video games be a man is probably one of the best things that anyone ever said to me thanks dad i'm sorry representation project but you are dead wrong but that's just my opinion. i know c.n.n. m s n b c news have taken some nuts lately 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 and i think. it's because when full attention and the
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mainstream media works side by side with you actually on here. and our teen years we have a different thread. because the news of the world is not this funny i'm not laughing dammit i'm not my. kid has to jeff's well hand over this.
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i think that it's very important to me and as you see different parts of syria. now where the problems in the bomb you know nato called most of the stocks and others done to be in the stocks or in the civilian casualties collateral damage from the start it has made every effort to minimize collateral damage to make sure that
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civilians aren't killed or wounded up on the families there's a bridge. near the city of mosul with the bombs. have been fine when the free passes will remain as possible through them and that's all we're going to meet people about work on this train. some way till it was just a blob and. he's been looking at you be looking for so long as you're stuck open to misapply matter company's best going next tonight a nato airstrike hits a passenger train full of bridge in yugoslavia nato says it was not intended as a target this by the civilian casualties in that attack nato says they'll be no let
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up in the bombing campaign. so this quarter on the purple star of libya a bit of what you don't to know too so plus a question exposing mr. spock zero zero zero zero clues to serve on the open bill expose you. just go alec. ross collector of british or give us those workers you once in the year but she's the most because of the love that i get into some guy he has and hasn't just possession of listen to a story just now part of. the ticker was called off of so it will
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to. start and start the sydney for even listening to her that's the difference really look like wrists will set up a bank and up over. i don't understand how the world can buy a nato not say sorry for this. mistake not a mistake collateral damage civilian casualties call it whatever you want but people died. never carried out with a cold war. i know that it's a small village in montenegro and i read about the nato bombing there but i couldn't find any real information on that six people were killed and that three of them were children that's all i could find even
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is believes he's british to napoleon with us and that's a. time you're going. to share them with legacy making was your own yeah so much from tarzan letter to six and even more well said on your cuts and read on the surface arch that some are some people i was with where you meet. you somewhere you and. sasha sit there say. with a lot of babble on all carry on this is a battle for humanity we're not. targeting president milosevic or the serb people they are companies going to come. just because you need to grow up there or is it i'm going to go out or going to the stores to complain of the one. who wants you know conquered the super pac where you know i'm just i'm you know. to
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teach you stuff. but not probation you gets you a dog sled chase me where you are going to the modern history. all are enough they are going to conquer our flights have you discuss all the vessels of us the family and all of the. corneal i still don't know all this make way to clean up evil it can mean a plan you're not one and that nothing will be easier for state you call it on a stick a cow discomfort or gradual process of agriculture going to school will be jet fuel economy going to school clearly a toy just has to be neat because the name and they've got this work if you're born here got me on their own i got joe and i you know let's see if they end up well she mustn't balance them. show me if i'm not in if i'm not going if not even if nothing. else i'm just pleased that the difficulties that they're going to hold and
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mother to mother why my child why not your child. i'd love to see some polling done in the western european countries on the below package for ukraine at this point in time i don't think you would like to see the results i don't think washington would like to see the results. released be told language. programs and documentaries in arabic it's all here on all t.v. reporting from the world talks about six of the ip interviews from intriguing stories for you to. see them trying. to
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interesting because i think for a lot of europeans a lot of americans it's not quite really clear what. kosovo means to serbians or albanians why there is this fight for the slab. and also the history of it how did it become this way that albanians became the majority and started fighting for rights. another laugh the only way you can understand that is if i tell you that ok not to have a lot of mexicans crossing the border illegally in the united states yeah maybe in certain los angeles you look at me and you get when you get the rights and sure they have their own schools in spanish it's a big debate in america but i think what you're trying to say as well. because minority becomes
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a majority can you imagine if immigrants in this they start investing in the. and that's from the u.s. isn't there in the country back there carlos it stars washington. looks like it was just built because it is i sure this is reached you know there is a hotel that i recognize that was there always and now it's a huge huge construction site. here this street here is called built princes boulevard. and then you have
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this monument to bill clinton and an american flag. and it's quite ironic that in his hand you have this paper with the date of bombing and the meaning people are grateful to bill clinton in america for gaining independence although they have been victims of bombing themselves nato war planes did file on a convoy of refugees fleeing cossack yes they had inadvertently killed some of the very people that bombs were intended to protect there was this is a result of mr milosevic's policies if he doesn't want this to happen if you want to get out of. all i want for you is a good future and i will do everything i can just for this important for the rest of my life thank you and god bless you. and the fabric of that.
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there used to be a lot of serbs living here and they swung it is the use of a serbian house and then they destroyed it and they were obeying and flag their soldiers that now people know that it's all baby and.
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ok so we're in the process going to tear it south which is a town that is now divided into this is the bridge and it literally divides this town you see this serbian part of serbian flags. serbian russian flag what's the significance of the russian five because serbian people know that russian people are the only one that tags them and my grandmother she used to live in that part. will be in your part yeah because it didn't really matter in the times of yugoslavia they were more albanians in that part but they were quite mixed so the serbs stay on their side the albanians stand there inside there and they're living in this kind of abstract world of unclear borders.
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it will slow. down the street they can. make up the city. going to have a master couple for some is a relatively secure here in this area and i still get. i just want to know where it is the last time they had flashes it was like two thousand and five were. were there any problems them all sort of there would be on the bridge. the one number i'm not sure what i don't know if you know if it was a long time you know why nato decided to bomb yugoslavia. i see. because of the clones and. making great.
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atrocities but it is the execution of people. this is the place where like mother's house used to be. they were in they all painted over and over again in four hours and. i don't even recognize it i mean it was i know but the address of the situation used to leave so because nothing like what if they really were nothing she had a house like a big house but it was love these big so she was obliged to go away she's been living in the neighborhood which is like coffee binion hot serbian and they used to live normally like normal neighbors do and after the bombing she was one of the few people that left here when she left school so all in ninety nine
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nine there was only one family left here after her and the. they can't one night slovenian friends and told her look you got to go i mean we have heard from their liberation army which they themselves. they we've heard that they're going to come tomorrow after you. and they're going to get you out if you don't go yourself i'm going to go to war and you just came through so hard to be here.
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since we've gotten to kosovo she's become very. agitated nervous is rushing and i think it's because it's really unpleasant for her to be here and then coming to her grandmother's house it was clear that everything she's been keeping inside for the time we've been filming and the stories we've been hearing people losing loved ones and becoming you know the civilian casualties that were lost to the nato bombing. there. were. ok there. are sort of been here for such a long time. and we've been filming so many people that you've been listening to their stories as a journalist some of it's different because i've seen bad old farts this is the
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only old part of the of my grandmother's house it's. laver's house i'm saying call it and i will number the. last. dashed off i just don't buy the last.
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regime and. this is one of these falls that fell on this small village this one must be a cell five years old at least three of you that it could be dangerous that it was here for so long after i really hope the slots are all off. the rim of the check and. barrier though i think it's. going to go to. the all.
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which is why you should care only. ukraine's interim prime minister skips a nuclear nonproliferation summit to chase an i.m.f. loan while. atomic. a volatile source of income for ukraine could be cut off with billions of dollars a year for migrant worker remittances under threat due to calls for a visa regime with russia. for the gravely ill yemeni man say he's been subjected to a form of medieval water torture by guantanamo bay inmates so use the u.s. military and president obama taking the battle against torture at the facility to a federal court for the first time and islamic figures warn of simmering sectarian tensions in the u.k. radical clerics use words to create. divisions between shia and sunni muslims.
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are you watching r.t. international. now ukraine's prime minister has turned down a major nuclear security summit in the hague opting instead to meet i.m.f. bankers he hopes to secure billions in loans money that would come with severe sterett he can dish ans attached r.t.g. copies can off explains what he's missing. all eyes are now being focused on the netherlands or specifically the hague where wolves politicians and diplomats have been gathering to take part in two major events the unofficial meeting of the g seven without russia the west accusing moscow. and a major nuclear safety summit with moscow taking for all happening in the same town
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and pretty much with the same politicians involved what's interesting is that despite the overwhelming western support of the new authorities in kiev ukraine prime minister has announced that he's not of whether to come to the netherlands explaining that they need to finalize the negotiations with the i.m.f. on a financial aid package but frankly the announcement has puzzled many analysts who say that it may have been a good idea for him to join and take part in the nuclear safety summit especially i made some statements coming from some of the new right wing politicians there in ukraine who've been saying that the country rebuild its nuclear arsenal in the near future. but. we realize that. someone protects nato the united states or some other big state you think there's no choice then you have to protect yourself on. this fine many people in ukraine to discuss
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him. giving up nuclear weapons for. once we restock on nuclear arsenal it will be a very different conversation ukraine has all the required nuclear technology and it will take us three to six months so we should expect some interesting discussions to take place here in the next few days but the question is how will the concept of this western support of the new york thirty's in kiev work together along with the idea of the nuclear nonproliferation in europe without contradicting one another. rebuilding ukraine's nuclear arsenal aside there's also a risk of low grade radioactive material falling into the wrong hands take a look at this map ukraine is heavily dependent on nuclear power more than half of its electricity comes from its source with plants and other facilities there's the map dotted all over the country but the surge in crime and instability since the uprising has prompted kiev to deploy extra security forces to protect vulnerable
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stockpiles still according to grain phillips who's a british journalist and blogger living in ukraine the care that government could be looking for a pretext to militarize its nuclear program they're making greece ignore it is about reestablishing clear all which was at one time of course before the more you know you will budapest memorandum the third largest in the world in terms of the nuclear stockpile so we're talking about mass nuclear power and you have to look at things now it's the basis of what's been put forward it's been done with many ways it was taught because this massing of russian troops ukraine is looking to leverage to storm to start reestablishing some for almost two clear on a big john to has been for the government democratic overthrow and it was very clear at that stage that support it which is i mean you're not taught it was coming to power or seizing power. crane's interim prime minister has admitted his chances of staying in power beyond the next election this limb tax hikes and mishandling of
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relations with russia have dealt a blow to us and he gets a nukes or thorazine for many it's becoming increasingly difficult to navigate the twists and turns of his policies is artie's marina explains. i said he gets new gloves to talk but he might wish to send himself in the foot in the process because as about to show you he has a love and hate relationship with pretty much everyone. they did a good job of making the global economy dependent on the us you don't imprinting these banknotes using them to buy whatever i wonder if you share the why he was a smooth zinga with barack obama at the white house but what's interesting is that he gets in there goes on to say and that is that america has made the likes of russia a victim of its financial manipulations over money they had made by selling their oil and gas they never got the chance to actually use wasting it instead to
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maintain the exchange rate of a currency and now that money's gone they don't. but what russia does have a quarter is a very capable meter. for them but each of those changes that took place when mr putin came into office be accomplished his historic mission which was to save the russian economy this wide gaps between classes clans with its only go well too bad he doesn't want to work with a man he speaks so highly of all kiev a did want to work with nato at one point would you be surprised if i told you that has a bone to pick with them as well. thank you more not new to you know why nato wouldn't buy our military cargo aircraft and i really wonder why because we're supposed to be partners well he changed his mind when it comes to join in the alliance but what about his beloved in the in the you know the reason why all this chaos was created in the first place.
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we will become part of europe because we only europeans. i'm making this my top priority i want ukraine to be part of europe. oh the glory of joining the he's been. and there prizes for years now pound it has sass cream and that is the only way forward only to admit that it could never happen. nobody is going to join anybody we got it moreover it is a country with a population of thirty six million people and whose total area is equal to the territory of france it is a territory that is kind of a border zone sort of a large border belt between the e.u. and russia between democracy and an axis of evil b. you want to make it a security buffer one there is another little dig at russia but it's not about he does or doesn't support it's about having a plan and it's the lack of one that's got many people worried then including those
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who supported him and his crew why because they no longer know what they are supports a marina costs are artsy while another issue the ukrainian authorities appear on sure about is whether to restrict freedom of movement to and from russia the prime minister hastily rolled back the national security minister's call for introducing visas between the two countries and here is a possible reason why the flow of workers according to the russian migration service three million came to the country from ukraine to seek employment last year and their total earning standard about thirty billion dollars that's almost as much as kiev is hoping to get in foreign aid over this year and next and twice as much as the loan it has requested from the i.m.f. and for many ukrainians working in russia there's no other alternative. but it's. been in russia for more than eight years already i'm working as a welder in ukraine it's hard to find a job especially
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a well paid one many of my acquaintances are working here if they decide to introduce a visa very gene between ukraine and russia it's going to hit ordinary people hard with easy to see if it has been already a month that i've been working. i'm forced to hear there's a need to earn money in ukraine jobs are poorly paid many of mine quaintance are coming to russia to make a living i don't know if it's safe to come back to ukraine now but is that it did not say that the ukrainians were coming to russia fifteen years ago five years ago and working here for the six years over this period with form their own community and we're helping each other with finding jobs and a place to live people who really want to work in russia will find a way to come here and they will be grateful to this country for the opportunity to work and earn decent wages. and just a reminder in today's cross-talk artie's piece lavelle finds out whether the coup really got the people of ukraine what they wanted here's
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a quick taste. germany is a big winner but also china is a big winner and russia is a big winner and we really are in a new phase of international relations because from now onwards the world i don't think the world will listen less and less to the european union and america what the ordinary ukrainian people were standing for and we tend to forget that also in this today's discussion they were standing against corruption they wanted good governance and also nato forgets that why do we do that why have we put a bang start top of this you know self-proclaimed regime we shake hands with him we're friendly with the likes of mr gaddafi and talk all these radicals anti jewish racists all what the hell is this this is this has nothing to do with the order the ukrainian people and that that will lead to trouble very certainly and why are we in this kind of stupid trouble. coming up later not international our exclusive documentary on the nine hundred ninety nine nato bombing if you can slavia aussies
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in the scenario and you know million church travel through the country and hear the stories of devastated lives.
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i don't know if there are no more can lead. me on say sorry. well let's return to crimea because it's recovering after a major power cut on sunday as electricity supplies from ukraine foetid fall asleep is in the region's capital for us paula how big was the problem and how close is it to being fixed. well about of food of the capital city of some for apple and other parts of crimea are still without electricity the official reason given by the energy company is that some of its lines are damaged and it is currently working to repair them but many here are asking the question whether or not these lines were not deliberately tampered with the crimean authorities say that they were expecting such a situation and they have prepared for it they say that they believe that this is any blackmail attempt by kiev against russia through crimea to try and bargain it for some more concessions they say that this is the start of an energy war having
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said that though the deputy prime minister here has said that the situation is not in a crisis it is not catastrophic he says they were well prepared for it and as a result the region is switching to mobile diesel generators that will give it a more permanent solution at the same time we are hearing from many here on the ground that they believe that this is a last attempt to try and evoke some kind of provocation because it is clear that most people here have paid for the electricity let me remind you though that a week ago we did hear threats from the right sector saying that they were going to sabotage and blow up gas stations ok thank you paula. live from crimea well as matters stand crime is dependent on ukraine is quickly lessening the russian ruble for example today became the official currency on the peninsula but full integration with the rest of russia will take time and money
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well here are some of the projects that will have to be funded power infrastructure for one more cost at least two billion dollars then there's social payments over the next three years along with bridges and an undersea tunnel connecting the peninsula to the mainland which are already being planned but on the flip side there are potential benefits russia will no longer have to pay three hundred million. dollars in rent for its naval facilities over the next three years ukraine also do says its gas this kind which will yield russia twelve billion dollars over the coming years plus the size of string pot. partly guy over land reducing construction costs and the figure this all approximate of course but show that there's plenty of room for optimism for when you speak after a quick break. this
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welcome back no never charged never tried yet still experiencing something that many believe amounts to torture for the first time a one ton and i bet you detainee has moved his battle for humane conditions to the us federal cole with more on this his marina pool not torture and starvation have come to define america's notorious island prison and for the first time in history the u.s. military will be forced to explain its actions in a u.s. federal court hunger striking guantanamo detainee him out hassan is suing president barack obama to stop the brutal force feeding actions at get him out lawyers for the gravely ill yemeni man say he's been force fed over five thousand times and
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subjected to a form of medieval water torture known as pumping he is being given very large quantities of fluid through oversized strip feeding tubes in a short period of time perhaps two thirds of a gallon in perhaps thirty minutes twice a day which is causing him considerable pain water pumping was widely used during the spanish inquisition and ironically employed by the japanese army against american soldiers during world war two it's the same torture with the twenty first century to too us. it's being done with feeding tubes by doctors and nurses not by inquisitors with the tea pots and buckets sometimes frequently a laxative is given to the detainees in conjunction with the liquid nutrient what causes them to death akkad during the force feeding process afterwards or held in a restraint chair for as much as two hours frequently sitting in their own filth.
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thirty four year old hassan has been languishing at get money for twelve years without charge in two thousand and nine he was cleared for release hassan went on hunger strike seven years ago to protest his illegal detention the tube is poured into the bay critics say the u.s. military has deliberately made force feeding more painful in order to stop his son and dozens of others from protesting the only peaceful way they can be for. moments similar to. what will just continue really to action stopping something that the u.s. won't even acknowledge is happening in iraq or orwellian twist guantanamo officials are no longer allowed to use the phrase hunger strike instead any prisoner who is starving himself is categorized as being on a long term non religious fast the rebranding effort is part of guantanamo's
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revised standard of operating procedures conveniently called the medical management of detainees with weight loss as first reported by journalist jason leopold force feeding is now called enteral feeding and u.s. officials no longer disclose how many prisoners are on hunger strike except for a modest sign his story will be heard in a court of law. r.t. new york. we have some breaking news just in from egypt more than five hundred supporters of the asad president mohamed morsi have been sent. since to death all of them members of the muslim brotherhood which has been banned and declared a terrorist organization they are accused of attacking a police station and killing a group of officers in august last year. a quick look now at some other world news imbrie three matic footage here in taiwan is protesters angry trade pact and the trade pact with the chinese mainland forced their way into cabinet offices
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a thousand students were protesting against the agreement aimed at further integrating the island services sector with the rest of china the president has said that rejecting the pact would taiwan's economy. far right party has made large gains in the first round of local town hall elections across france where it is have turned away from the unpopular socialist party that's now in government with many embracing the national front is later marine le pen has said the surge and supporters made her party a force to be reckoned with in french politics the second round of voting will take place on sunday. spain is bracing itself for another day of protests after an anti austerity march uniting people across the country ended in violent clashes with police on the streets of madrid on saturday hundreds of thousands converge in the capital in the so-called march for dignity order broke down when protesters began herding rocks and fireworks at police riot squads them
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force the crowd back with rubber bullets more than one hundred people were injured many of them officers and twenty nine protesters were arrested. so what prompted so many people to make the long journey on foot so they capital well spain currently has the second highest employment rate in the year with over a quarter out of work and among young people the rate is much higher over half a jobless and that leaves a third of families relying on relatives receiving state pensions writer and activist verdes believes the government isn't going to rethink its policies unless the public keeps up the pressure. it for one day we start our protest in iraq that would take everything away from him already taken a lot everything else and it's our responsibility to our grandchildren to to at least try to stop at least to try to keep some of what our grandparents record is for but i think it's our responsibility in of course it those who are because we
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see we haven't taken everything else away like the maybe they really like doing which is we got to pick that i mean that's a look at argentina in stopping in there and get out of this situation if it were a silly thing part of that that part of it makes sense because most of that debt is not our debt is because he belongs to the banks so i think that we should stop taking our tax money to pay their debts. the civil war in syria is increasingly being fought along religious lines and the fallout is being felt thousands of kilometers away as party boy came now reports extreme islamic leaders in the u.k. it's taking their cues from the conflicts trying to pick shia and sunni believe is against each other. it has according to the u.k.'s most senior muslim politician become a deep and dangerous problem in britain but at first sight you wouldn't think islamic sectarianism would affect this quaint corner of buckinghamshire behind
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these gates is the alamo has seen mosque and its share in mom shape b. has been accused of making deeply offensive remarks about a rival sunny's sect have even operate says very own u.k. licensed satellite t.v. channel from this location transmitting his views not just to this village but across the globe. if the baby is not born a fear that the devil your instinct is. and i will be sorely missed. but this mosque is just one example of the growing divisions between british muslims last summer a sunni cleric who has called for jihad in syria and who accuses shias of kidnapping cooking and skinning children was billed to speak at a conference at a mosque here in west london the shia and sunni muslims belong to two major
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denominations of islam roughly eighty percent of the u.k.'s three million muslims are sunni the remaining twenty percent shia sectarianism is one of the biggest threats facing the missing community in britain at the moment it's something that the community itself when you speak to them are increasingly concerned that it could take effect ten tensions could be on the rise i owe it maybe three thousand miles away but experts say the civil war in syria has made its mark on british muslims i think in the u.k. we have an issue with. a predominantly been backed into a corner because of the syria crisis that we've been part of the us agree and the sunni majority has failed you know. in may two thousand and thirteen extremist preacher anjem choudary led the first muslim sectarian protest on british streets the march was staged. in opposition to the syrian government and supportive of the
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syrian people but it became clear fairly on tapes had you know a second agenda that was anti share in nature that they actually and to me the so. you pretty fast and said sectarian violence would force it embrace the muslim council of britain a coalition of muslim organizations across the theological spectrum condemned the protests but satellite broadcasts of preachers from around the globe as well as the proliferation of you choose been twitter has meant that a dose of sectarian hatred is always just one click away more and more muslim mothers coming feedback to us in terms of the online the hatred placed online that their children are accessing the words reasonings that she is to make them dangerous those monitoring the situation say it's time to recognize that just like
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in the middle east interest faith tensions do exist and it's important to tackle them before they start to bubble up. london. we'll have more news for you in about half an hour's time up next though it's all a sport with. a group called the representation project is spreading the word with a viral you tube video that the most destructive thing you can say to young boys america's be a man why is everything is even the unpleasant a cardinal sin in modern america you want to know why we say be a man imagine a medieval village what if all the men just didn't want to work the land because it hurts their hands or wouldn't be willing to fight an invading army because they might get hurt themselves or some girl gets pregnant all the village guys would say
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well that's her problem the idea of being a man is part of her evolution without tough men that tribe are city state or whatever would die out many people would say that this is all in the past but is western civilization goes down the tank we see more and more forty year old boys with no wife no kids no ambition no guts no grit no discipline just trying to pretend to be a man playing online video games be a man is probably one of the best things that anyone ever said to me thanks dad i'm sorry representation project but you are dead wrong but that's just my opinion. but. they're going to do the job the price is the only industry specifically mentioned in the constitution and. that's because a free and open process is critical to our democracy but there's. rule. in
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fact the single biggest threat facing our nation today is the corporate takeover of our government and our trust systemic we've been a hydrogen right hand full of trans national corporations that will profit by destroying what our founding fathers once told us about my job market and on this show we reveal the big picture of what's actually going on in the world if we go beyond identifying the problem to try and rational debate in a real discussion of the critical issues facing america they have done it over ready to join the movement then welcome to the big picture. hello welcome to the last day of the all to you sport show with me. coming off the pick of the week supporting action from russia and around the globe and here are
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the headlines. while top posts pulls top trophy the wolkoff arrives in moscow as part of its global tour ahead of this summer's finals in brazil. lost almost that by in munich can retain that had been just a good try to be on tuesday but that record seven games to spare after taking a late to know when to minds. and back to the future up to seven years of planning and two and in pick games so much he is now looking forward to retaining its status as a world class sporting venue. all of what will to come but first let's turn to our special feature on saatchi after two months of top winter olympic action the black sea resort is now focused on its future and micrograph janko looks at how russia's or thor it is planned to ensure the city continues as a world class sporting harb. so so she may well be saying goodbye to one of the
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biggest and best ever held winter games in history some days attracting upward one hundred thousand people per day however it is set to become the home of a brand new formula one circuits and the forty two thousand seater stand behind me is also set to be packed with thousands of motor sports fans from around the world come october this year we have the right to host the grand prix which will be part of the formula one calendar until at least twenty twenty was a crucial victory for such as postal and big legacy with a circuit set to use some of the clusters roads which not only has meaning if one fans excited but the drivers as well. you know involvement of russian from no one. going everywhere in the world and the thing is can we come here i've been there once but it was a long time ago five years ago i think things have changed quite a lot. and i'm really looking forward to get. a new truck meanwhile the forty five
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seats of fish stadium used to losing ceremonies for both games was time to become the home of the russian national football team as well as being the venue for the twenty eight world cup ensuring it will be regularly used and recover some of the initial investment there was such a future as a send to the just talent of the youngsters who were inspired by the success of. paralympic games. towards sport of the. practice or sport for him it was first of all which will be the basement for the future heroes who will be on the podium for the forthcoming years yet perhaps what is most enduring benefit will be for the paralympic movement the black sea bass mark not only the first purpose built three sporting location in russia but also set a benchmark for all future facilities. boss needed to put an increased good museum
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and letting out so i just paralympic legacy was simple as there wasn't much pride in all the venues infrastructure and educational materials that were plant and realised for the games were specifically done with the intention of taking this model and using it across not only in russia but iran the world when russia won the right to host both winter olympics so she was a sprawling subtropical seaside town amid greenfield sites seven years of planning building and large scale investment later than the country has a self-contained access to all areas sport and university city where a legacy of olympic success is hoped to become the cradle for future triumph. michael jenkins party saatchi. well in the means i watched us figure skaters have been weeping that the rewards of their success in sochi they were presented with big bonuses here in moscow and as much of what we discovered the team's elliptic
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triumphs are inspiring the country's skaters to hit even greater heights. it's a good time to be a russian winter olympic medalist for those who won gold in sochi a cash prize of one hundred twenty five thousand dollars and a brand new mercedes and waited van counterparts from america and were given twenty five thousand dollars for a first place finish while swayze cross-country skier dario cologne was presented with a pig which he named song she however tatiana also shot a mixing trying to cough of a golden jewel of the moments after topping the podium in both the pants and team events and taking home almost a quarter of a million dollars each because it's changes is a very big because when you finish already begins we always have some loops or some . five special events to meet this so many people because so many praises from our government and for us it was much easier preparing for him to games that have their
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presence there will be a pleasure to have this prize money and there is no doubt we have i think whether bill would do is this is a this and the first one to have some apartments in moscow. you know it better for the next. life hasn't been the same for russia skaters since b'soxee lympics finished especially for seventeen year old of alina's so think of it became russia's first in the women's individual champion of the shocking south korean favorites yuna came to win gold in front of her home fans. it's things have definitely changed people have started to recognise me on the street and have taken the real interest in what i'm doing i started to get a lot of requests to go on various t.v. shows or doing to views it's all happened really quickly to be honest and it's quite a surprise for me the likes of sorts because sharon trying tom had no response and
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so on she i say you continue to work on new programs in addition. to my busy schedules of public appearances the world championships get underway in the japanese city of side thomas monday and many of russia's stars chosen not to take comments over moderation though it's a very gray area and. there we were empty after that in big games that we need to find out where they cover best power for the new competition for the next season and now he may have no time to practice well for a world championship because because because so many different things in our life i feel that after the olympics and go to the world championships but then we had a show on in switzerland i came back from that and i realized that was just so tired and it was having an effect on me i decided to give this he has will championships in this but i'll be back next season and competing for gold. just five years absentees russia still has a strong showing in japan with eighteen year old national champion maxine compton
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competing in the men's events and fifteen year old you really need skier who won fans worldwide by helping russia climb the day beachy million picked gold skating in a women's competition. stamets and then the board but emotionally it will be easier in japan the crowd will be different and the pressure want to be so high and i think after the olympics it's also easier to cope with i know that with. precious biggest changes had an excellent lympics at song she doing three golds should appoint middle hole the country's best return since nine hundred ninety eight. the upcoming generation has a chance to be big in japan as russia looked to regain and retain dominant position a historically held a summit of world ice skating which i'm hopefully dancing i now football and by i mean it could plunge the bundesliga title on tuesday with
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a record seven games to spare after. being a bit late to know when it's a stubborn minds on saturday but bordellos men couldn't finish the title then with victory and favorable results though for eighty two minutes it seems that chance had gone but baskin schweinsteiger finally had them in front and then frank river east where the mario gets to steal the visitors eight hundred straightly victory and extend their record good asli go unbeaten run fifty one matches the host slipped to seventh but by him can clinch that twenty fourth title with a win it hopes ability to choose day. before it is shown on at julie's is by the jews there it's always a special feeling to become champions of joy morning it's an amazing feeling but you have to stay realistic we're not been this league champions yet though we can see it could happen in the next few weeks because we're so far from. however despite beating minds mine didn't retain that crime last weekend because third
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place shall also one along with don't move the state second with a three no victory however much totals zero point two weeks before the interval that early in the second half of the leavened offs he swept past five defenders to make it to new. injury time and we keep out again that marco voice to complete a factory is for you no scoreline. washougal one three one a time to rock bottom unplugged braunschweig they are going to put the house ahead after seventeen minutes then three second half deflections clash on huntelaar made it to know they were in castle for the late one back but by then we shall i see all victory three one. while in some petersburg andray blatche boaz was formally presented as the new coach of second place in eight the former porto chelsea and so on the manager takes over from the china splatting who were sacked last week so need to or not out of the champions league by brasil dortmund five four and i grew
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up on wednesday leaving thirty six year old bus with only the russian title to target with just over a quarter of the campaign to go. so. the first approach basically it was last week on tuesday we started talks for a possible agreement and reached an understanding quite easily because they showed great ambition not only the club president but also the general director and people responsible for gaza they have big plans for the needs future so it was easy to reach an agreement and this why i'm here i also have bigger missions. but meanwhile the world cup trophy arrived in moscow before going on display for three days in corky park russia is the latest country to host the world cup tour which kicked off in the brazilian city of rio de janeiro on september the twelfth the iconic gold statue or visit eighty eight nations over two hundred sixty seven days before arriving back in rio where this summer's world cup final will be held russia will host the next one with the in twenty eighteen hundred pound porfiry caught up with
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c.e.o. alexei said orcon to find out how preparations are going. everything is going very well for us we are laying the sound from the foundation for the world cup in two thousand and eighteen for you but up to two you will applaud not preparing the bylaws we our government. adopted a very sizable infrastructure program. which now all the ministries all the regions . will be implementing over the next two years so we're at that so it's going pretty well for the criticism from the western press we sort of wonderful in the game scenes on cheek but shopping everyone really enjoyed what's what do you guys months from sochi julian johnson the team world cup. the most important lesson is that we showed the world that we can be despicable we can be well organized. we can have fun together with the world and so these are these are the things we'll we'll
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certainly develop and implement and the two thousand and eighteen and the welcome even from brazil as well because i mean it said with brazil we've seen a little state seeds have been behind schedule. with things like bats i mean what have you done to try and undermine. the learnings from brazil are only ahead of us . embark on a very. observer program there we will have a lot of opportunities to promote ourselves there we are pretty certain that there will be a russia house will have displays where russian cities will have an opportunity to show what they have. in their up their sleeve. for the fans in two thousand and eighteen and so we hope to learn a lot it's our last opportunity away well that brings us to hof time but plenty more important to go.
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i'd love to see some polling done in the western european countries on a bailout package for ukraine at this point in time i don't think you would like to see the results i don't think washington would like to see good results come. right on the scene. of the first strike. and i would think that you're. on a reformist twitter. on an instrument. to be in the know. on. the eve.
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of the. there is now no more all. nato. off a story. welcome
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back to part two of the sports show and let's resume with the euro league basketball after a all madrid beat says go moscow in the spanish capital to clinch a playoff spot and leapfrog the visitors to go top of the group rails of football stars christiane there are now that unpaid work courtside to watch a display of relentless off phones from the host is finally breached the tournaments best defense and ray are also set a new year only grackles by committing only two turnovers throughout the game sonny weems top scorer the only man with twenty eight points at a career best twenty eight by rudy fernandez and fifteen from the kilometer outage as well as the crucial final three throws secured
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a ninety three seventy nine victory for a.o.l. both teams now have nine and two records and fourteen point victories against each other but madrid are top of group bath and hold home court advantage in the last eight after beating the rest by four more points than tears with three games to go . for me while fellow russian club locomotive boosted their playoff chances from group f. with a last gasp eighty six eighty five when a jogger is early in the fourth quarter we're leading by thirteen before the lithuanian champions rallied and pulled the score back to within a point then at the buzzer shadiness cover chose to have the chance to win it with a long range three pointer but he failed unlucky hung on to victory derek grant and richard hundred both scoring fifteen with three games to go lucky one out of five and six and level with gala time and in munich in the final qualifying spots. over in america the new york knicks and now as the appointment of phil jackson as
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their club president at a press conference in madison square garden now sixty eight jackson twice won the n.b.a. with the knicks as a player and is widely considered to be one of the greatest coaches in the history of believe winning the title six times with the chicago bulls then five more championships with the l.a. lakers. would go to. exciting i think it's great for our city. it's great for organization i mean you know you bring in a guy. who's won as a player. and it's done as a coach i mean i get much better phil jackson and what he's accomplished so. it's good to have him aboard. you know the city should be buzzing i'm excited about that . and the following day the new president received a standing ovation when he was introduced to the madison square garden crowd for the home game of the eastern conference leaders indiana jackson's new charges started well taking the lead home fight in the first quarter and then letting it go
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better in a modest out a while score twenty one points while it starts for up carmelo anthony again led new york with thirty four as the knicks close out the pacers ninety two eighty six and the now three games behind on around the final playoff spot you need just. this . golf now and just over a fortnight to go until the masters of florida native mats every overhaul they force trade deficit to beat most of champion adam scott and win the arnold palmer invitational by one shot every started the day thirty with a series of birdies had given him a two shot lead by the thirteenth hole then at the sixteenth scott missed the opportunity to tie for first failing with an eagle putt only a straight in faded to spode while victory would have seen him rise to world number one at the eighteenth keegan bradley had the chance to force a playoff but he failed to sink his birdie putt and finish second while every shot a two under par round of seventy to finally train his maiden p.g.a.
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tour victory. i don't know ninety starts. it means a lot of men like you know i've had a ton of looks and when you keep coming up short you just try different things and you just never know you really never know if it's going to happen and today you know coming down seventeen eighteen. sixteen i still thought you know i'm hitting great myron's are great right now if i just get in and play. and you know it worked out well from a maiden win at two an old off to one of russia's toughest mixed martial arts heavyweights setting a kind of tomo meets american time to rethink so they can have a step towards rejoining the sport's elite robots not on your own reports. ice blue ice. a great chin and they were sitting punching
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power in his hands. for sun that description would be enough to recognize one of russia's most decorated and it may heavyweights sygate put it on a. still deck and go in the officer in the navy. the men nicknamed the russian mercenary established himself in the business back in the early two thousand and six shoulder to shoulder with the great fear that a million in the private boarding championships. others their overeem abrasive are doomed semma schildt those are just some of the m.m.a. stars he suffered defeat at the hands of he's gone up with his overall record in pride eight wins and three losses. almost every fighter has his absent downs and the part to put he's no different some would say and they just thirty three he's no longer that explosive although the power magnified by that experience is
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still there. and friday in this album russian city of the dark put it on a stretch his current winning streak to three victories knocking out the american dollar east in the main event of the prime tournaments in his signature style he thought of star bruce lowly but at the end of the first round he let his few realit and finished off the best early in the second. now the russian soldier of fortune is looking to make it back into the m.m.a. scream across the world still believe the u.f.c. . image but only on r.t.e. . now let's move on to motor g.p. and defending champion mark marquette held off italian veteran valentino rossi to win a thrilling season opener encounter marquez missed the last two tests in pre-season
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after breaking his leg in the still feeling the effects of which he reps of honda rider started on pole under the floodlights in doha yamaha school tyler and the crashed out on the first lap and was joined on lap eight one hundred one cradle leaving marquette and six time former champion rossi to fight for the lead in a thrilling race long jule with the spaniard snatching victory by point two five the second dani pedrosa was third with yamaha's debutante i used a spot got all an impressive force so perhaps the widest smile was the winner. but there was but in being a was so great i enjoyed a lot by putting a hundred percent before we were to take three dimes and you know out of that you have a building that i'd love with but and you know unless you know he won. we did it and i could have. some more but there's and in the future. well staying on two
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wills and alberto contador signalled his return to top form by winning the third an hour but he had to go cycling race in italy after getting all of twenty thirteen without a victory in multi-stage races the spaniard finished two minutes and five seconds ahead of tour to front runner up no i don't think donna and teammate grow as they get counted all was stripped of his two thousand and twelve to france title after a highly publicized and pink case. of garza also. would raise also i have any. now and then for me various players young on then happy with my performance. or their recovery where i. got dinner the same than as a monster. well meanwhile colombian world high diving champion orlando duke a took his skills to peru where he jumped thirty five meters from
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a tree into the home as a river decay used a rope ladder to climb to the top of the latex producing count show considered the best symbol of the amazon jungle the twenty nine year old enlisted the help of local people to find the ideal tree to die from. well meanwhile at the final stage of the ice cross downhill tour and go back over a lead up mark on the lago maintained his form to be crowned world champion in front of over one hundred thousand spectators home favorite scott products always second with the long goes brother lucas third marco gelato becomes the first austrian champion while also equaling the record of three victories in the four race season he's also the fifth different title winner since the world championships began in two thousand and ten. because it's wasn't just about. i didn't. do much to make the road title it was two rounds but i just wanted to
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know that i still. wasn't first of the riders it's just amazing and finally more fast and furious action in moscow where russian f m x starlix they go as they call that a line up of the world's best motocross riders as the all action extreme show return to the capital the guy charles has more. more than three thousand five hundred bucks out there least you stay here for the low home weight stream sports show break which is back at mosco of the seven year brothers the whole right to disappearance test subject but each and every turn it took you to see from the world's best beer mix to ever mix right this i don't look so hot outside actually and as well as the quad bikes and buggies there was a lot of manmade power from mountain bikers to street workout performances and strong men who in trucks the evenings extravaganza showcase the wide range of
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extreme talent and well done local crowd this event is so amazing everything is very exciting i'm a big fan of that bill clinton and that she can sing again i love those guys he was so cool and brushed his best march across florida didn't disappoint his plans for two thousand and nine exports as champion lit his eight manfred blue team in the flawless display over george dropping acrobatics this thing that he's always was that we should that even though it's a show and not a competition we perform all the same tricks as we would do the world championships we all want to impress the crowds no matter what kind of contest it is whether there are any judges or not in any case we try to do our best to be better than the others. she is a been so more right this take part than ever before some of the world's best b.m.x. toss handed they've all roller skate is kept up the pace and produced breathtaking
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stunts that's even impress their motocross colleagues is the second year that of being here the breakthrough and also my even bigger crowd was simon lauder and so cool to see that being makes aspect of it because you know it's made to be made you know just crazy man like that rolling by itself is not so really cool it as you know all progressing is because you know that's what the crowd wants to see the progression of the sport not just what or what it. was ten years ago so really cool calm said man getting all supposed to get a lot of us and it's boss for us to ride with you know all these talented athletes and just started to be here in moscow to.
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