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so chill in the car on the ground leader who told me come to the mission marco results until you saw the facility on a cold then look at each other with results much you'll never be closer to home a camera revere if it's only trauma center hotel mckown. experts investigate the cause of a plane crash in northwest russia the catastrophe claims another life brings the death toll to forty five. relatives of the survivors and the victims of the tupolev one three four plane crash in washington the sites of their loved ones all the people of the republic of korea offer of flowers and prayers at the site join me for the details in a few moments. i demand seats where all pollution is under way of the north caucuses of the reports suggesting special forces have suffered losses upturn it's one of militants car barrels all the details are coming up shortly. in other news the greek government wins
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a vote of confidence and dorsy the savage cuts required to secure a new e.u. balatka angry greeks thank there once in the not being heard. was the russian markets closed slightly up bought in this is remain wary as u.s. central bank needs to decide on interest rates more on business in around twenty minutes till. it's seven pm in moscow this is r g coming to you live i'm nice now with our top story the number of people killed in a plane crash in northwest russia has risen to forty five after a young boy died in hospital experts are examining the doomed to pull of black boxes to establish the cause of the tragedy all family and friends have arrived at the site to pay their last respects archie's tusshar sylvia or. the relatives of
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the victims and the survivors some of them have already made their way here sardars still on the way a ten year old boy who passed away at the hospital with his injuries so his family definitely going through an emotional time now it will be a tough day for their families because they have the task of identifying the of bodies of the borg and also we have spoken to some of those who were first at the scene and they were telling us about what they had seen where the plane had crashed bodies body parts and bodies all over the place let's hear from one of the witnesses about what he had experienced. first. then we heard a man screaming. so i ran to my house. well it's still very early stages to come up with one is the real investigators are still working on the case but they have had some initial theories based on physical evidence as you can see behind me this is the forest where the plane had gone
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through its path going to the airport so it had really burned down the force also knocked out a power line and there were statements made by airport authorities about what could have happened several theories are being explored and of course the flight recorder will be essential to this investigation a commercial plane that would have landed on schedule ended up in pieces and inflames this tuple of one three four carrying fifty two people from moscow in northwestern russia crashed on a road around a kilometer from the runway airport officials say the plane hit a high voltage power line that cut off lights on the runway which also knocked out the town's electricity. at around midnight the lights went off in our house we began to check the electric transformer we heard the sound of a huge explosion we arrived at the scene of the action that was seriously damaged we could see it's just you know. there were bodies scattered around the fire. there
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were lots of them i carried three people out of the wreckage one was either a girl or a woman i could not sell but she was larger than a man was hard to see was dark and there was a man he also wasn't heavy he was launching it on me then we carried out two more people from the wreckage in the middle of the road another man reached out his hand towards me but i couldn't make it to him everything started exploding i could not get any closer everything was engulfed by fire so henri. initial reports point to human error and bad weather conditions at the time as possible causes of the crash ground staff at the local airport claimed they had asked the pilot to make a second approach but he said he would make it the first time however investigators say there are several theories and nothing has been ruled out just yet. we're looking into several versions of what caused the tragedy these include the human factor such as an air of the crew or the ground services severe weather conditions
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technical failure and several other potential causes but some would argue that in most plane crashes human error plays the biggest part new carpet anymore which i don't think anything would go wrong with the plane itself in forty years of operation the triple of one three four has proved to be extremely reliable aircraft in previous catastrophes human error was always to blame and the same is true here the pilot should have made a second landing approach this is exactly what happened to the polish presidential airplane while investigators work on the case relatives of the victims and survivors are dealing with their own grief one shared by the people of beth as avoids declaring three days of mourning tesser still you are in the russian region . the court suggests seven special forces officers have been killed and at least sixteen others wounded during an anti terror operation in russia's tiled north caucuses here fighting broke out when a group of militants have been surrounded in their hideout trying to break free
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this crossing march artistic work has been obvious following this developing story for us if you go our significant losses among russian officers tell us what exactly what went wrong. while this operation is still continuing it's been going on for two d. it's all happening in the troubled republic of kyrgyzstan in the caucasus in a forest area so perhaps the best card for getting the operation for the special forces is started with the authorities surrounding a group of militants what could be tried to break through and that's reportedly one some of the police officers were killed when two reports there is intense fighting still and losses on both sides of the figures on that or quite different official say that five police officers were killed whilst reports in the media suggest this figure is seven and sixteen others work were injured in the fighting as well and there are also reports that when it comes to the militants five of them have been
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have been killed as well during the course of this operation although this has not yet been officially confirmed still it's still continuing in fact the authorities have also deployed kavi old artillery including tanks and helicopters to assist them in this operation because of course the north caucuses are is known as the cradle of terrorist in russia how much progress has been made in nevada katie and the region. unfortunately the north caucuses it is called the great author isn't in russia and president dmitri me the first been saying many times there it is one of the key goals of his administration to strengthen security in the court this is because security there really affects the security. in the entire country and the authorities have been quite active in that region this year according to russia's police chief or the sheikh will value of around two hundred militants have been
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killed this year alone including some militants chiefs in chiefs there in the corpuses and. it's a very important area for the authorities there are trying to break various terrorist cells and there are a connection with al qaida and if you talk about that you started for example the same republic where the events are unfolding right now just last week the our police found and destroyed what they called was a factory of death an underground weapons factory where they found numerous homemade explosive devices will be more controls which could have been used in terrorist attacks across the entire a country also just last week police announced that they've eliminated personal been will be have been searching for since last a new year's day he was supplying a terrorist attack which went wrong actually the female suicide bomber who was supposed to all conducted exploded before her she could she could conduct this this
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terrible job of hers so the fighting is going on in that region and it is. like the president says it's very important to keep security very straight and. he's gorgeous you know reporting live from moscow thanks for that. still to come here on r t stripping millions of people want their privacy and all in the name of fighting terror court and us words to keep information on all transatlantic passengers from the e.u. for fifteen years of top lawyers have slammed the proposed deal illegal. to greece now where the prime minister has won a crucial part of the mentoring vote of confidence in his new government he must now navigate the nation through a series of tough spending cuts and sales of national assets in order to secure a new e.u. bailout and avoid default resorts he sarah furth reports for the millions of anxious greeks who feel their voices are going on heard the future has never looked
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so weak. it's considered by many to be the best place of democracy but increased now the whitening gap between the aims of the people and the government is creating explain. that we are a mix of people talking of political dollars and we are here all together to say that we cannot be on the vis pleasure we cannot fold. the measures taken on the measures that they take for us without us and we want to think of large bug demonstrations held in the central square now on a daily basis with some of the protests turning violent protests to stay the suffocating take ask nothing compared to the measures that they fail a strangling their economy the people are being refused their rights to drugs what policies are going to be implemented upon them and of course the greek
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government is an accomplice to this of popular sovereignty i mean we're not we're not anymore in the proper sense a sovereign country when the i.m.f. can dictate policy will be european will be said be under your opinion and the i.m.f. the so-called protocol can come and say listen these are these are the measures you're going to implement you are going to implement them whether you like it or not we can see you know we're facing a very peculiar form of dictatorship by the european union the european central bank and the i.m.f. here a finance chiefs a desperate not to see the first year raising suffering default and they're rising concerns about the crisis that could trigger throughout europe but i think terms of a domino effect if. the nouns are to fall this is their problem reason why are europeans are helping greece but in fact we
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are hearing greece because they don't want this domino effect because they want to pay for all very shores of greece. sixteen percent of the quick went full sun employees western economic conditions here increased the euro is a dream it seems is a. people were real fans would be full of. people right there were uprising there would be a lot of violence in the streets but people have said that when they're turning out into the streets and then millions and the government continues to push ahead with the proposed measures well then they don't have democracy anymore the government is trying to bribe people refuse to be governed in this way every day that disconnect becomes more and more dangerous this very peaceful pay above the reef tops and nothing's really a world away from what's been happening on the streets recently the question a lot of people have been asking is just when will greece reach boiling point will
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anyone who was on the streets of athens to witness the violence well know that it's already past that point because to the lot of people that i was skiing is really how much further does this guy so let's see happens. over more of sorrows insight into the problems in greece have online if you want to learn how the peaceful protests turned hostile visit her blog on our website dot com also there. is the end of an era legendary media personality glenn beck is farewell to fox news and launches his own pay to view on my network. the fundamental human rights of millions of transatlantic passengers traveling from
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europe to the united states could be violated according to lawyers from the european commission the u.k.'s guardian newspaper says they hold a proposed deal between the us and e.u. allowing america store the personal data of passengers illegal under the agreement u.s. officials would have access to credit card details phone numbers and home addresses of european passengers as part of its terror measures but member of the european parliament gerard batten says the deal will only result in yet more spying on europe's people. it certainly seems to me to be disprove this disproportionate and intrusive in the amount of information that they actually want on travelers and it could well be illegal especially under existing data protection legislation i queried that before when speaking on this subject in the parliament they want a normal amount of information about people their personal details credit cards travelling companions even the bizarrely they say that they won't categorize
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information in terms of political philosophical or religious beliefs and it would seem to me the one criteria that would help you to find terrorists who might be planning to blow up an airplane or an airport would be on the basis of political religious or philosophical belief so that seems rather odd to me in terms of this information the americans get to keep it for fifteen years my understanding of this directive is that the member states will only get to keep it for five years and i think it's bad enough having your own big brother state created in the european union without have been subjugated to an american big brother state as well by the same method but we're always told that these things are done to protect us from you know terrorism and organized crime and we all want to be protected from that of course we do and we have to have proportionate laws to in order to do that but i think these things should be reached by international agreements of everybody cooperates truly cooperate rather than is forced to do it we're all in the same boat regarding terrorism and organized crime so we should all be cooperating
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together. if i were the doing this on its own you know as part of its own legislative machine and the u.s. i get in a special deal which the rest of us don't get. more world news in brief for you we're covering today and these fifty seven allies of militants have managed to escape from a jail in yemen after insurgents attacked a present from outside they targeted security guards and seize their weapons killing at least one officer and tells believed to house more than one hundred members and on those who broke our prisoners convicted under. terror charges months of on rest and yemen have led to fears of growing influence. syria has poured scorn on e.u. moves to impose sanctions saying it will simply forget europe is on the map a violent crackdown against anti-government activists in the country has left hundreds dead since the uprising began in march activists are calling for president bashar al assad to step down meanwhile the u.n. secretary general ban ki moon has renewed his pledge to allow humanitarian missions
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into the country. the u.s. president is expected to confirm later today his decision to cut american forces in afghanistan by a third rock obama has called the scale of the withdrawal significant and said troops will start to return home by july the afghan defense ministry bulk of the decision saying its own security forces were not capable of filling the void more than fifteen hundred american soldiers have been killed in afghanistan since the u.s. led invasion began ten years ago. the countries of the former soviet union are marking the seventieth anniversary of the nazi invasion which claimed the wives of some twenty seven million people solemn ceremonies have been held across several states which bore the brunt of the war against hitler's armies in moscow russia's political elite only reads at the tomb of the unknown soldier by the kremlin wall president medvedev stressed the importance of keeping the memory of more alive
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thinking sure it doesn't fade with time and bella bruce's special ceremony was held at the brass fortress which witnessed the first major battle between soviet and nazi forces. is there for us. being here inside the prettiest fortress on these days seventy years after the start of the great passion war makes you also only see the visual damage to this. the forefront of that war you can also feel the human cost of those terrible times dance from the walls of the fortress maybe you cannot see clearly behind that smoke is a living reminder about that ferocious night thousands of people were buried alive on these four square kilometers on the night of the twenty second of june nineteenth forty one here also but loves behind the inscription it's like the font on a wall i'm dying but i want so we're not even oh yes we can be
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your and your witnesses saw her stay of the war and the who are so which followed after here is the story. like any careless child i had plans that evening i wasn't afraid when they started shelling i only remember that something exploded and my bed was thrown into another corner of the room. not only four year old gennady was unaware of what was happening his father an experienced red army officer was also caught flatfooted night. seventy years ago . i was at his house and my mother and father who was later defended dressed fortress this was our window on the first floor my father was sure there could be no war this is what the party gets saying he thought it was an earthquake he grabbed his accordion and ran outside my mom stopped him calmly and this is war.
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the war for which the nazi military the bear market had come up with a name for long before blitzkrieg but as siege they'd planned would last just hours instead it was to go on for weeks in a fierce battle with those who defended to the death the b.s. scorchers became the size of the first major fighting between soviet forces and the beer market there was no warning one boxes invaded on the night of the twenty second of june one thousand nine hundred forty one the guard member for the garrison by surprise but army officers was brought out and was on the wrong there i mean initially but will even be students stop. to funding the fourth and fifth battles until the last survivor stories of the heroic resistance quickly reached different fronts soldier me glass of received the news far away in the republic of call me in northwest russia it was a deep grief silent pain for all people trapped here every one use of the german
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army was much stronger every day we receive reports of the enemy marched another hundred kilometers deeper into our homeland the nazis were in a hurry a big gateway to wast country they born into the breast fortress with devastating intensity up to sixty six missiles a second archive footage from the time shows the fortress silhouetted in how the smoke hundreds were killed in their sleep during the first minutes of the attack among them small children. some survived the night only to be buried alive later this is my second mother when the nazis rounded up refugee status in villages nearby this woman save me the germans dug a mass grave into which they were about to throw women and children this woman pushed me and my mom under her skirt with a german slaughter everyone around and left this woman took me out from under her skirt crossed me and said i just did what god told me to. after nine days of
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fierce fighting hitler's forces captured most of the fortress but their losses and mounted to almost nine thousand there were of course that isolated defenders remain resisting the nazis as late as august when hitler and mussolini personally visited the site of the battle it's claimed that a stone hitler peeked up from the remains of the fortress found in his office after the war. i'm often asked what was the biggest award for you the one most valued forgotten war the most precious award for me was that i stayed alive everyone was fighting like true heroes but few survived. could i understand it four years of age nothing it's only now that i'm a father and grandfather myself that i realize what a life is worth now i'm a fierce pacifist i hate war i don't understand how one human being can do violence
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to another i live my life never doing any harm to anybody or. r t b. next hour you can watch on as our she sits down with world war two historian michael jones and despite germany claims that they obeyed the rules of engagement dr jones believes some of them were waging a genocidal war on the eastern front. part of the world the german claim that it was fighting a clean war and it was it was the units behind the army and you can see. that with the pleasant stuff. that we saw north korea many were in fact to the race the smallest was the chief and the german army ive the participates in the trial so the full six tributes against the russians. were certainly knew they were the justification was we were fighting a brutal war with survival. but that war with darker than any other war in
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the twentieth century and indeed possibly in human history. you can watch that full interview in just over an hour's time here in archie up next katrina is here with a business update. i don't welcome the assays business bulletin russia is was a major buyer and seller at this year's paris air show it's become one of the top largest national participants but already they have already been made to deal for
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some poison with orders from indonesia and italy want their father struck a billion dollar contract contract with boeing a change from airbus which supplies the majority of its fleet i'm just joined now by gorry burke from invesco afaik thank you very much for joining us for dory to start with let's start with russian aircraft manufacturing would you say that support is the only bright spot one can save because despite a lot of talk from the government a lot of support for the aircraft industry not much success unfortunately has been made in that space. now prime minister person recently said that he wanted russian firms to be able to compete with global giants like boeing and airbus do you think that's a reasonable ambition but i do think it's a reasonable invasion long term but as of yet as i said russian passenger aircraft manufacturers have not been successful in competing with international majors such as airbus and boeing and what do you think they need to do to be able to compete well better quality and establish contacts and i think russia's reputation as a as
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a recommended repeatable manufacturer of military aircraft will stand to our colors excellent now of the sukhoi superjet is it seeing the kinds of demand that they were expecting but we have seen over six hundred aircraft ordered from the project and. the princess is largely due to the to the reputation of. the time head of the corporation and also. out of those over six hundred aircraft only two have actually been supplied so maybe in time before the modifications that can stand the competition from international majors such as. and brazil's who also manufacture aircraft of similar specification that turning to air a flat which has been shopping in paris is chosen to do another deal with boeing do you think it's turning its back on air bus which has provided most of its fleet. going to think that it's rather. an attempt to diversify its pool of some suppliers
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and i don't you as a radical change of aircraft supplier for what it's an international practice for most a large leading airlines and i think this is what we're seeing so you don't think that they're immediately turning their back on and they're just adding to it is a necessity for larger ones to diversify its fleet so they can adopt to the number of routes and the geography or routes and volume of passengers so they can optimize their cost structure and then it will benefit the passenger and we all want to benefit those passengers then we look thank you very much grigorieva analyst at investor cafe. us markets have opened down wednesday with all eyes on the federal reserve it's holding its regular monetary policy meeting widely expected to keep rates unchanged of more interest than will be want chairman ben bernanke he has to say at the subsequent press conference about the state of the u.s.
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economy european markets started wednesday session on a negative note with investors cautious as to what might be the next step in solving greece's debt problems banks in london are suffering with barclays out instead of charted down two percent and here in russia the markets closed slightly up this. day though they remain uncertain on the price of crude and looking at some individual share moves on the my six most of the energy majors bounce back from earlier losses with both gazprom and lukoil up a half percent meanwhile banks are down as they are across europe was losing one percent this hour. and that's all the business for this hour we'll be back. what just under an hour's time stay with us for headlines next.
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