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sean thomas discovers what makes antarctica so special the destructive are merely. parts of the bones if you live in the. expedition to the bottom of the earth. those nato airstrikes once again brought the libyan capital grief over civilian deaths and anger over foreign intervention continues to grow on the grounds. building bridges on the rebirth of europe seek to overcome the final points of consumption before opening doors for a great free future. fresh vision of world news on american anyways as voice of russia radio launches to us space stations.
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this is r.t. we're costing live from moscow i'm kerry johnston libyan rebels will get at least one billion dollars in assistance money promised by donors including the us britain france as well as arab states comes as they enter amounts of pressure on its members to intensify and strikes and increase what it calls efforts to protect people. got off the government claims that more civilian deaths caused by coalition aggression more than thirty this week and what for national spoke to some of those caught up in the violence. saddam has been we know has bred thought that. doctors have performed any a miracle and the young girl is back home with her family she took her mother's pills to kill herself. if someone wants to kill me and myself. but who wants to kill the teenager. summers they'd have city tripoli has been under
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constant bombardment by nato forces for three months they have been to fall in on the city with a population of around a million and no one can ever say when or where the next one would land. this week in the most intensive verret yet there have been sixteen nato airstrikes in just ten hours attacks against civilians must start he must go and the libyan people deserve to determine their own future nato has frequently claim success in the military operations supposed to protect civilians but the libyan government has repeatedly protested the innocent civilians have been among the dead the claims have not been independently verified but one thing is clear since march nineteenth the life wouldn't really be ins has changed forever so most mother will never forget the day when her daughter preferred death to this new life my girl
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told me before that she saw death as a good thing and i entered her room that day she was lying on the floor there was smoke everywhere could hardly see what happened but i realized immediately he was something terrible this is not fair they told us they want a no fly zone i never said they were going to be honest and promised to protect us but instead they scariest talking about who they are are the work of saddam his father is more precise and the world no longer needs nato the second world war ended long ago and we try to live our lives we'll need our storage wars and always intervenes in other countries problems we're tired of war our patience is running out let us just live our life has just prolonged its operation and leave it on september people here face months more terror from the skies one of nature's supposed to targets gadhafi his military arsenal actually landed here in this district it didn't destroy the colonel's compound but it's almost damaged the lives of one family as you can see the building has quickly been repaired now the
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question is whether the people will ever recover. tripoli. but on the other side there is of course top nato official told c.n.n. that the annoyance darker. was gadhafi legitimate target when r.t.c. . they turn secretary general anders rasmussen he said zation does not target individuals actually the u.n. security council resolution goes beyond a no fly zone according to the u.n. security council resolution we are mandated to protect the civilian population in libya taking all necessary measures and that's exactly what we're doing right now i just want to clarify for some of our viewers who have seen homes barns are they've seen civilian buildings blown to pieces there's three in a car on a phone or in a hospital on a phone constitute a command center for your purposes when you say any means. i would like to stress
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that we are not targeting individuals we hit legitimity military. targets. and of course command and control centers can be used to plan and organize attacks against civilians show amount of control centers are legitimate military targets. we can watch our exclusive interview with that nato is chief in full on our website that's our team dot com you can also share your thoughts and today we're asking how the deadlock in the u.s. should be resolved so far the year majority people use sixty percent. of it's true or if you think that's the say. it's another thing the u.n. should send in peacekeepers and split. north and ten percent support ground troop operation. but syria is running itself under increasing
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pressure on two fronts united nations nuclear watchdog the international atomic energy agency is going to report the country to the u.n. security council of a suspected covert nuclear program comes. the council really consider this french resolution condemning president assad's crackdown of syrian protesters russia has opposed the move saying outside involvement only as worse will join the clintons for instance and democracy and cooperation says the u.n. is determined to turn up the heat on damascus i think what we're seeing are the western powers ratcheting up the pressure they're trying to increase their room for maneuver so in the draft resolution you have crimes against humanity you have a threat to international peace and security and in parallel you have this cranking up now of pressure from the international atomic energy authority so i think this is a way of increasing the number of cards that the west believes that it holds as far
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as russia is concerned i think that it's pretty obvious that russia or the russian government greatly regrets not having vetoed the resolution on libya which as we can all see was immediately exploited. to go way beyond the terms laid down in the resolution i mean by that that the western powers immediately started to attack the libyan government they launched a war whose goal is regime change whereas obviously regime change is not included in the terms of that resolution so i suspect that the russian government is as they say once bitten twice shy and i'm sure moscow is very reluctant now to get involved in to get trapped if you like for a second time in the same way. israel says that it wants democracy in syria but critics argue at televisa happy to see president bashar assad remaining out and joining us now on the arab uprisings later today in our debate show crosstalk with . democracy would clearly be best for the region and for the syrian people first
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and foremost and for israel but the body is a reference to will it actually happen. reminded me what i tell my doctor and my wife that i'll stop smoking. you know and. so i think this is clear. what is the key issue that is means that this is the devil you know we would go to have the rebuilding has given us the ability. because a few people over. there isn't but. but you know that's what i think is very.
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well vegetables have taught them anywhere they just russia the e.u. summit. russia says it's ready to lift the ban on food imports from your recent deadly outbreak if you don't see safety. has more from the venue where the talks are being held. the summit is due to focus on the first working session is in full swing now one of course the four to stop it by now the international issue libya and they're appalled uprisings also on the table is russia's accession into w two of these approve regime would be saving euro finding a common approach on america's plans to deploy a new missile defense system for europe now considering latest so far the heaviest nato air strike in libya will force this told me it will emerge during the press conference later today russia will strongly condemns nato military intervention in libya which has already resulted in thousands of casualties and we expect that
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president medvedev later today will again reiterate russia's position it is it stands for employer legal solution to the conflict and calls for an end immediate unconditional cease fire and another important issue which is at the moment a point of contention between the e.u. and russia these it's ricin was found by russia one out of touch trickles and fruits from fruits from the european union the ban was imposed in the way called the deadly e. coli strain how to break which to date killed thirty people and hospitalized thousands thousands of others russel's harshly criticize the measure of calling it disproportionate and saying that it was there on time reminding that russia is appalled to attribute the w g o finally after seventeen years of being in membership talks with this one hundred fifty three nation clock at the moment russia is the only major economy which is still outside the group and we expect that russia all the formalities will be sorted out by the end of the summer and
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russia will finally join the organization now as far as the import ban is concerned russia excuses brussels of failing to provide sufficient information of the source and containment of the in fact. the european commission has over this and following procedure in the near future they will provide us with safety guarantees from the national mall. but on the commission level those will be guarantees from certain products from certain countries and only after we receive such guarantees supported by lab tests we live and resume importing vegetables for me so progress could be reached during the summit in brussels is transparent and shows flexibility on the issue. but if you think it's time. to join a live news conference with the leaders stay with us. boys of russia radio world adding a new perspective to american airwaves and the launch of two us space stations
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a service that's broadcasting internationally for more than eighty years from now programming for north america directly from washington and new york that is going. to find out. welcome to voice of russia in washington i'm jessica jordan time now five o'clock in d.c. and one in moscow they launched with the motto the more voices the better the voice of russia team in washington reports on international and u.s. news just like any other news radio station they say what makes them different is their efforts to bring up what's being left out by the us mainstream media when you consider american for us foreign policy has around the world i would say we are not hearing enough of people from people around the world the need for more voices in the media was up for discussion at this panel in washington titled gateway to understanding the great deal of soul searching going on in this country right now
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can we are we open to voices from outside i think absolutely yes many analysts say there is stigma i guess the russian media something that voice of russia will have to fight through to become a credible source of information for the american audience and you have to work with perceptions which are still existing and i think even more it is important that you raise your voice and try to get people to think differently about russia and so far i think this is extremely important to do it for years during the soviet union a voice of america by washington there'd been a source of alternative information for millions of russians now in modern russia it sees its mission as being little different to what it was during the cold war the lack of a truly alternative voice of the media has serious consequences. for didn't look at these issues of the russian society in my opinion and it is here that the voice of america consequently filling an important vacuum voice of russia's seems to be
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seeking to fill a similar information vacuum that many see in the u.s. media with its truth or a lie as it's about perspectives and i strongly believe that american audiences will only win from the array of perspectives the radio audience in america is growing. and with the demand for more voices and more perspectives and it seems a certainty that in the wake of the boys suffer russia other foreign stations will be launched than the ones who really benefit from the rioting in the media are always the viewers and the listeners i'm going to check our reporting from washington r.t. . and that later i will take a closer look at the current state of the american media broadcast blues documentaries later today but here's a preview. it was created to serve the public interest to inform and to entertain. these days there's nothing easier than opening a new media outlet but there is nothing harder than revoking its license in case of
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corruption. and. you can involve in a community where you have one large corporation controlling a daily newspaper radio stations television stations a cable outlet you tell me that that sells what democracy public opinion versus f.c.c. broadcast blues marching. after a year long break her america's covert war in yemen is up and running again drones and fighter jets have hit a number of suspected militant targets it comes as the yemeni government washington's are not clear on the power in the face of a domestic uprising but there flounders an antiwar activist thinks america is being dishonest about his motives. this is just another criminal illegal absolutely it's lawlessness on such
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a scale hypocrisy the idea of using fighter jets and drone attacks and according to yesterday's new york times this has been going on for weeks. at the very time that the u.s. is using the un security council the international criminal court to bring charges against other countries for terrorism and it is clearly exposed international terrorism itself in yemen and of course in sabotage teams in syria and bombing of libya not to mention the devastating wars in iraq and afghanistan in yemen it is to protect a complete thirty three year dictatorship of salo who is now. health reasons and saudi arabia an effort to protect his regime potentially bring him back and it's been used against of people's movement anyone that the u.s. fears is a threat to them is now being labeled as al qaida and it's open season in terms of
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attacks and and bombs and drone attacks on any number of different resistance organizations but let's take a brief look at some other world headlines pakistan's prime minister has ordered an inquiry into the death of a go about at the hands of paramilitaries it was captured on video showing footage filmed by passers by in the city of karachi close then the breaking for his life before being shot. still stay the course while trying to rob some of the victim's family the noise this incensed innocent person has been killed. a volcanic ash cloud has grounded more flights in argentina. chile that's. something that had already caused flight cancellations earlier in the week now all flights from the travel as ours and so forth from montevideo have been suspended and it. could damage the engines. well it is
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a journey across russia continues as a close up team travels to the ones on television i'm not asserting. yes the mountainous region on russia's southern border has had an unstable existence since the collapse of the soviet union several conflicts or bloody fighting a thousand displaced and the legacy of war supported many survivors and themselves . reports. shacks that look like they're barely holding together actual hauser's lying in ruins and these are the far from welcoming amateurs that strike you as soon as you approach the village of can relive square one of dozens of residential refugee areas located hair thirty four families have lived here for over twenty years in this terrible conditions
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a new generation has been gone but for them nothing has changed they say they've already lost hope these people came here in ninety ninety two after bloody as any conflict between south the surgeons and georgians that lasted two years and such as by origin they were born in georgia but flats are fearing for their lives hard on the job you have are was among them her husband became one of the many casualties of the bloody conflicts georgian by origin he was helping in certain people and ask was killed by his own kind along with two small children she received a one off compensation payment from the government but no official recognition as a refugee and the benefits they'll get conned with it. because it is very difficult to get. that would quote unquote the only thing they know is to give us land so we could build roads and leave
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a normal conditions. the just ten kilometers away lives a different out in a group that's also experienced the reality is of life as refugees the ethnic conflict between english and this is not in people that have been almost at the same time over thirty two thousand english people to leave their lands and spread out in the region of the north caucasus but thanks to special government programs the vast majority are back home four hundred ngos tremulous lived before the conflict and almost half of them have now returned as a mass family is among those who came back that this. by the horrors that happened here it still feels it is his native land as a model lost two brothers and the fighting and his family was forced to move from place to place for several years but that's in the past and now it's all about looking to the future. this is my land i have so many plans in mind
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i really want to create as many conditions for the youth to work as possible and they will do so only useful and will not have time to think of any stupid things and yes me and my family we are all happy that we came back here. people here see the same needs to happen for those that feel abandoned in them believe scad so the horrors of recent times are white from the things of the village even if they are still kept in their minds why is no question or russia calls up the republic of north the south. it's been almost three years though still last conflict but this giant of the struggle remain and it's not only abandoned houses and devastated residential areas but also a significant number of people that still have no place to call home and to discuss the small i'm now joined by to do it because no beach and instructor adds the city of civilization here in gaza thank you very much for joining me still be to it it has every family had been touched by the refugee problem i can see there are lots
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of people here in political because the full moon this problem very well because they have friends unfairly kids it's hard to see this so here's how to they are in school to get through the so to sit here in georgia in two thousand the for example my family has relatives a family that stick with us for a year before they manage to settle down here schools and a place to live so you can see the problem still exists all right and what is the main challenge god's refugee face at the moment i think the main problem is the bureaucracy all this very few jews so lost their documents so the they have to stay in line for like hours and hours just to get their passports back find jobs and get work permits so the second one is psychological i think because over this people still feel old soldiers all right thank you very much that was a big deal of it to kind of reach an instructor announced the institute of civilization here in place you got past i mean while our team continues to bring
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you the latest pictures of live down here in russia's north caucasus and the republic of north to south korea. this news news that we've created. to business thanks for joining russia is considering reducing its holding in a number of key state companies to blocking stakes the state is looking into privatizing more major role snafus the bank rawson holds bank and power generating company rules hydro russia's plans to sell assets in more than thirteen hundred state companies without losing control and the key players. corn is trading near its highest levels in three years that's up to the u.s. warns global grain inventories will drop next year to the lowest since two thousand and four record flooding in the united states and droughts in europe in hopes of punishing tight supplies and easing food inflation in this is
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a putting their hopes in russia lifting its grain back next month jack grew john from index futures group outlines the battle for week priced. meat is like a weed it grows very quickly so even though you go through drought conditions and you know that ukraine is a wonderful example of what we saw happen in russia back in august and the reason why we saw the prime minister do what he did and that was hold oh it was very indicative of we as a as a commodity grows very quickly now having said that what we eat is not and we have to keep this in mind is not a substitute for fuel whereas quarter in sugar and other commodities might be so i don't see the support for we prices especially with what seems to be a actual record harvest out in the russian region especially in the black sea area all of that would tell me there are going to be downsides pressure to wheat prices and that might be the only exception out of the whole bunch let's take a look at how the markets are performing crude oil declined in new york trimming
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the biggest weekly increase in four futures slipped as much as point six percent after early a climb like sweet is trading at around one hundred one dollars a barrel brant is at almost one hundred nineteen dollars a barrel in europe stock market a slightly. slightly higher. reverse and really a loss is disappointing chinese trade data is weighing on the mining sector london is down one point three percent while paizo dropped one point seven percent and paris leading car stocks lower and russian markets are mixed with most of the blue chips trading lower the r.t.s. is still in the red while the my six is slowly climbing now let's look at some individual shadows here all. most energy majors are losing this hour with gas from down point seven percent financial stocks are also losing ground bucking the trend is metal miner norilsk nickel it has acquired airfoil its subsidiary company in north and retail a minute is also up the company has boosted consolidated revenues almost hoffa may
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reaching one billion dollars by russian accountant scabbards. pelosi good government creates a bank says the volatility of the knockouts will have investors choosing more carefully and here are the three key elements she thinks will affect that decision number one is whether or not what we're seeing at the moment in terms of a clear slowdown in the u.s. and the global economy to some extent is a structural change or just a blip the second question is probably whether the weakness that we've seen in the economic team to be reflected in the second quarter earnings in the corporate sector and the question is with the whether or not this is a structural move it may be the e.c.b. and the side needs to take some sort of folks policy action which could lead to the pain of the market and perhaps prevented from going more gloomy than that it is currently at a moment. and that's all we have time for for now we'll be back with more in about
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an hour or so stay with. it was created to serve public interests to inform and to entertain. these days there's nothing easier than opening a new media outlet but there is nothing harder than revoking its license in case of kolob sean. winters from. san antonio in trouble. you can involve in a community where you have one large corporation controlling the daily newspaper radio stations television stations the cable out would you tell me that that sounds like a marcy the public opinion versus f.c.c. broadcast blues on r g. three comes up team has been to
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