Skip to main content
Internet Archive's 25th Anniversary Logo

tv   [untitled]    June 23, 2011 2:01pm-2:31pm EDT

2:01 pm
hind it this is the rebels' official political body set up after the revolution in libya started in the mid february its members are recognized by many countries throughout the world as the only legitimate representatives of libya the villagers know. their new there will be a new so you will be. where you are again as. they talk about freedom and democracy there is no freedom or democracy they just want to bury the refugees here say they now finally feel safe but it's not that safe from the side of the frontline either. these people have gathered in the west of tripoli to bury those killed in air strike code until even government officials a bomb landed on the private compound and flattened it killing fifteen people including three kids we have been calling for peace and negotiation for months and no one wants to listen to us now we have to pay a very heavy price of. casualties civilian casualties and also military
2:02 pm
casualties i think the time has come for the world to understand that this conflict has to come to an end immediately which is very unlikely to happen any time soon when you dug around in these symmetries still fresh well made to has already claimed or to your peroration to protect civilians must go on with clashes containing and benghazi and nato intensifying its bombardment of tripoli both eastern and western parts of the country are perilous to say and people are dying on both sides of the front line many on the ground fear that when the democracy the west talks about will finally come here they'll also be enough people left to experience it. riginal r t reporting from western leader. well ever since the libyan conflict broke out in february the price of oil is skyrocketed but this thursday but gold surprisingly dropped in its value let's turn
2:03 pm
to our business now for the nation katrina is there katrina what is fueling this price drop well bill you're absolutely right we did see a spike there has been a spy for quite a while but this drop that we've seen so drastically for thursday is due to a decision by the i know that's the international energy agency and their decision to release strategic reserves now fifty percent of those reserves are coming from the united states meaning that the demand for oil in western nations is far lower operating more on the story shortly in the bulletin between a thanks very much indeed that circuitry there in business newsroom more from her a little later here she says here in r.t. . they want to tell us is standing by its decision to withdraw a large part of the u.s. garrison from afghanistan iraq bombers rounding up support after announcing the pull out of wood and thirty thousand troops by the end of next year from snow says it's also prepared to pull all of its forces up while the same date the news comes
2:04 pm
amid warnings from military commanders that progress against a ton of an is fragile and reversible maybe seventy thousand u.s. troops are set to remain in afghanistan with a complete promise to take place by twenty fourteen your state secretary hillary clinton is going to try to convince congress that obama's strategy is the right approach to winning the war well live to washington where our correspondent got a con is tracking events for a top u.s. military commanders according obama's plan risky actually it was a much smaller drawdown so how is the white house justifying its decisions. while hillary clinton faced a difficult task and that is to justify the billions of u.s. taxpayers dollars on the war that seems to have no end in sight and there was a great deal of skepticism among the senators even amid the announced withdrawal of troops in afghanistan so the secretary of state had to focus on podhoretz accomplished and they are and should did she mention the killing of key al qaeda
2:05 pm
members also that as she said the u.s. has broken the taliban momentum although various reports on the ground suggest the insurgency is not really subsiding there and some even say it's growing among the afghans the systematic killing of civilians by nato strikes doesn't help experts say many of those now fighting against the allied forces in afghanistan are not al qaida they are not terrorists they are fighting against who they see as invaders after one of the recent strikes that killed a significant number of civilians including children even the u.s. backed afghan president karzai had to make a harsh face saving statement warning nato that if they continue killing civilians the whole of the afghan population will treat them as occupiers. actually it's not just the afghan people it's also the neighboring pakistan whose assistance is key to the u.s. efforts to u.s. efforts in afghanistan and nonetheless the secretary of state said the pakistanis would rather see the u.s. leave afghanistan take a listen. you know they would be perfectly happy if we picked up and left tomorrow
2:06 pm
but what would we get for it and what would they do with it and i think the answers to those two questions mean that the president's approach which is this steadied careful transition while we try to work the the diplomatic and political piece of this which includes pakistan. is exactly the right way to go. many afghans are actually worried that less troops doesn't necessarily mean less bombs on their homes i mean these upcoming trip was across the u.s. as were pointedly stepped up airstrikes including drone strikes in afghanistan is thought to be part of this twenty first century intelligent war strategy as they call it you know when you have no troops on the ground no deaths of u.s. soldiers to justify back at home so it becomes possible to wage a war without having to face all these accountability shoes. to those on the drones
2:07 pm
and how it has come into all of this the u.s. is is fighting a war there but with drone attacks no boots on the ground do you think the white house is looking to turn the afghan war around in the same sort of course. well bill analysts say while the of galveston war is becoming kind of old school pakistan on the other hand could be seen as an example of this new kind of warfare in pakistan the u.s. doesn't have to that's on the ground but it's chasing suspected terrorists with drone strikes and very actively doing so it ends up killing mostly civilians in those strikes the pakistanis are furious that their government is allowing the americans killed there to kill their own people they their leaders doing that in exchange for billions of dollars they received from washington some experts say by killing innocent people the u.s. is only going to generate more extremism in the region but that was not one of the issues hillary clinton addressed in her testimony before the senate committee on
2:08 pm
foreign relations this thursday going to thanks very much indeed live from the u.s. capital correspondent. and the voice of russia radio host recalled a young told me on r t that president obama is scoring political points ahead of his reelection attempt by making such announcements if you look at the timeline that president barack obama did announce while he was running for the presidency and a bit after he said by this time we had to have a troop drawdown but remember he's also running for reelection so there's an issue of not only the safety of u.s. combat troops there is also the point is being reelected in twenty twelve and the overall issue of money being spent there so there's about three things that he's had to deal with and the nuts and destroyed critics of the obama administration have said that despite how many people that he the president is going to. withdraw all about there will always be there may be a u.s.
2:09 pm
presence in afghanistan for decades to come. still to come later this hour in r.t. we talk to a human rights champion joya she claims the u.s. led occupation of a country has thrown the afghan people from the frying pan into the far. removed it brought in power difficult the taliban as dubai this situation getting worse and millions are part of gone by the presence of concern for thousands troops in afghanistan they suffer from injustice insecurity corruption joblessness poor and now afghanistan is the second most corrupt country and of course more than sixty two million dollars carries its own she received from the so-called international community and the name of the construction of afghanistan is schools are funds way though it's to try but most of these money going to the park because these last two are even family off comic guys they himself corruption a star from the palace and to do smaller. some finality in order
2:10 pm
to live like two dollars a day while it's they say against women day by day increasing more and more intense stuff thousands of innocent people has been called most often most women and children democracy never come by our completion democracy never come by military invasion democracy never comes by cluster bomb by white phosphorus by muscle car by bombing our wedding party is. that interview coming your way a little later here in r t will still to come the moscow welcomes the star wars. the russian capital gets a bit of hollywood glamour as the moscow international film festival gets underway . the first far right dutch politician here the real there's been acquitted over charges of inciting hate and discrimination he faced five separate counts following a controversial speech he gave attacking islam and comparing it to narcism but the court ruled his comments fell within the boundaries of legitimate political debate
2:11 pm
member of the european parliament philip place has told me that the verdict in the villages trial is a victory for the freedom of expression. this is very important not just for here to do this but for freedom of speech in itself i think you cannot have a working democracy a functioning democracy if you don't have freedom of speech and certainly as a member of parliament of illness and everyone else should have the right to speak freely and openly on problems like mass immigration is a miser nation and multiculturalism you know we've always been told that multiculturalism and was going to be great and was going to solve a lot of problems on the contrary it has become a problem in itself and it's very important that everyone should be able to you know to put forward his own solutions to the problem and that it is balanced and free debate people from outside of europe who come to any country in the european union shoed adapt themselves to the local laws the local way of living when in rome
2:12 pm
do as a romans do and this is very important multiculturalism you know and in reality does not work in europe we are seeing big problems in major cities major capitals in western europe where we see parallel societies that have emerged you know with so many people who don't feel they have to adapt themselves to the way of living in the country they went to and so this has to change i think we need a much more restrictive immigration and integration policy. let's check out some other international news we have for you today in our world update thirty four people have been killed in iraq eighty two injured in the iraqi capital after three explosions at the local market police say the bombs targeted is shiite mosque there is no immediate claim of responsibility but such mosques are frequently extremists including al qaeda. european union has hit syria with more sanctions aimed at seven individuals and four companies says the measures were brought because of the
2:13 pm
gravity of the situation in the country currently thirty four people and businesses now face asset freezes and travel bans including president bashar assad sanctions followed months of clashes between government protesters and security forces that reportedly killed more than a thousand people. to prove three people have been killed and thirty three were injured in clashes between students and police during street protests crowds blocked the streets of the city and burned three regional government offices police used tear gas and rubber bullets to prevent installed in the local police headquarters students have been angered over plans to build a new university in the region which they claim could divert funds from their institution. breathtaking journeys around the world's largest country along with spellbinding stories are now accessible twenty four hours a day that's after present every three medvedev officially launched our t.v. doc that's a new channel all about russia video visited our headquarters here in moscow to get the show on the road r.t. doc is set to take you on
2:14 pm
a round the clock journey into the heart of russia featuring original documentaries about the country channel broadcast in english and explores history culture at nature and science all with a russian twist and for those of you want to learn russian while exploring the country the channel will feature short tutorials called a little bit of russian naughty dog is available to millions of viewers via satellite around the world and it can also be watched online at r.t.d. dot r.t. dot com. now takes a closer look at what's in store for the viewers. they travel through snow and rain and cross rivers they go hunting beyond their polar circle and take to the skies they talk to ghost through shamans and study dusty archives they are the team of documentary a new channel made by those who want to share their discoveries of russia. or do the commensurate is unique to our viewers who will not only have
2:15 pm
a chance to find out more about russian history and nature culture traditions or curiosities but also learn one of the most difficult languages on the planet our minute serious a little bit of russian is an adventure in its own rights and that is also why we have a russian letter d. in our logo a russian d for russian documentary will sit proudly on the cube traveling to the country's most grandest time corners to hear thousands of stories and find answers to myriads of questions. like what's behind the a city in traditional baking three cakes for a wedding and only two for a funeral or what kind of a note in a personal diary could have doomed a soviet school go to ten years in a gulag. question more they say and have answers attend i myself have learned a lot through our documentaries i never thought russia has so much beauty and interesting places but my favorite programs are those that look back at history of
2:16 pm
your school soviet files meeting with nature faces of russia off track art lounge and technology arbitrate are just some of the programmes the channel will put up for the viewers judgement proud and excited the team is happy with the result i would like i would years to see. rushes now telling natural beauty it's also a strong spirit it's also. been tested here in stories and they want. to i want to introduce the world. rush in the heart of the world aggression saw they'd been collecting stories for over five years some have already received international recognition and awards others have never seen the light of day but finally this unique collection goes worldwide this is the nerve center of any t.v. station from here anything that goes on air is broadcast and from now on the brand
2:17 pm
new channel r.t. documentary will take its permanent place on one of these screens hoping it will become a favorite boston globe. area pushed over r.t. moscow. and some hollywood glamour is being sprinkled on the russian capital today as the thirty third international film festival kicks off in moscow the hotly anticipated world premiere of the third transformers movie will open the event seventeen films will compete against each other for the prestigious st george's gone over the course of the next ten days here in our correspondent peter all of is following the action. fantastic atmosphere here in central moscow ahead of the opening of the thirty for thirty third international film festival here in the russian capital plenty of fans come out to greet the great in the good in the glitz and the glamour a lot of them over here right now how y'all doing. they're enjoying themselves i certainly am it's not a bad days work when you get sent here great atmosphere we've seen
2:18 pm
a lot of the stars entering into the cinema just behind me at pushkin square in the center the russian capital we've seen sheila both the star of the transformers movie also with michael bay the director of those films he was mobbed by fans as he entered transformers three get things under way today and it ends with the debt a thriller spy thriller that will end the festival but there's some great movies to see of course we go outside of the for competition there's also the competition for the gold in georgia are much wanted statue that you get for winning this post go film festival there's also some great films that i'm a bit biased it is an international film festival i've picked out two british movies that i believe will do very very well one of them is already won the best movie award at the sounds about the on film festival this year that's needs a drama about well known educated delinquents about young people in scotland that's
2:19 pm
supposed to be a very very good film also the biopic of the of the british playwright andrea dunbar now that's mostly a very gritty biopic a very heartwarming biopic it was nominated for a bafta that's something that i'm definitely going to be trying to see that movie is called called the arbor set in bradford in northern england should be something really into see there but also you know the movie that i really want to check out is the angels of evil italian movie about gangsters in the seventy's and the like a gangster movie who gets the big prize now if i was a betting man i would be looking towards american translation french movie i. a. classic romance tale of young love with a bit of a twist when it turns out that one of those young lovers has a tendency to kill people very gritty jorma supposed to be a little bit raunchy as well so that's really my tip to you which you when it first i don't get to make those decisions there is a panel of of really the people that know what they're talking about the judges here now they're headed up by geraldine chaplin now if you might have guessed from
2:20 pm
that last name she does know i think it too about the movie business she's the daughter of the great charlie chaplin so i'm sure she knows a thing or two about a thing or two when it comes to picking good films she'll be deciding who picks up that prestigious golden george at the end of the festival. all of a reporting there from the heart of moscow the business news with katrina that's coming your way in just a few moments stay with us live here in the russian capital. hungry for the full story we've got it for. the biggest issues get a human voice face to face with the news makers. in indonesia oh jeez available in hotels coming down the resort and spa. resort and spa only come a comparable amount of being turned down. because bali resort and spa sun your beach hotel the wisdom resort use of doing club med bali so if you tell someone
2:21 pm
you're just in bali resort and spa the ritz carlton hotel grounds many articles of hotel four seasons hotel the sultan hotel. hello and welcome to the business here in our sea oil prices are dropping stuff sharply that's after the international energy agency made a surprise announcement that sixty million barrels of oil would be released from strategic reserves half of this will come from the u.s. with other major economies providing the rest of the movie is intended to offset the loss of production from libya which is currently engulfed in civil war nick parsons head of research at national strayer bank explains why he thinks the i.a.e.a. has taken this unusual step. buying these two reasons the first of these relates to the global economy and bear in mind the central banks around the world central banks and governments alike but fairly alarmed at the prospect of rising inflation
2:22 pm
and oil prices are a major contributor a factor here they certainly don't want to drive their economies back into recession. by overtightening interest rates in order to deal with inflation so working directly at the root cause of these price increases i think is a very very shrewd move so the first reason is because they're concerned with inflation i think the sec. andries there is also to show the balance of power across the world doesn't lie entirely with opec and i think the opec decision fifteen days ago that was taken not to increase production i think did actually upset many people around the world so partly it's about power it's also about inflation. looking at the equity markets now u.s. markets are trading negatively in response to the prediction of far greater unemployment than was initially anticipated european markets closed trading on a negative note also with the dax and the footsie both well over one point five
2:23 pm
percent in the red line is a down as well the downturn and glencore losing two percent and banks are a drag was lloyds down almost three percent and here in russia the plummeting oil price dragged the markets down with the r.c.s. closing over two and a half percent in the red. looking at some individual share moves on the my sex energy majors were among the main losers with lukoil down almost one percent banking stocks were also under pressure with sperm bank down more than a percent bucking the trend i was aeroflot the company was named the best east european airline at the ongoing. in paris. gazprom is just one step away from getting full control over the gas transportation network invalid the country says it will sell fifty percent of network operator beltran's gas for two and a half billion dollars gazprom already owns the other half the deal with allow it to get direct access to the european market with links to such countries as poland
2:24 pm
and lithuania the asset sale is one of the terms set down by russia and its partners to bail out cash strapped valorous gazprom though is yet to say whether the terms of the deal are acceptable. japan's master will invest eighteen million dollars to build a car assembly plant in russia's far east the block will produce between twenty five and fifty thousand vehicles a year with thirty percent of the parts being made here in russia master. one of the last of the big foreign manufacturers to be learned by the special thames russia office to make their cars luckily. and that's all the business for this hour we'll be back in just under an hour's time stay with us the headlines next.
2:25 pm
seventy six hours of intense fighting. six thousand dead at a beach front battlefields several kilometers long. and now there is only one person who cares. you see we are surrounded by garbage everywhere but also there are. on this beach which of course is the very most appropriate city signification a symbol of everything that's wrong with our goddamn government allowing not only
2:26 pm
garbage but torture way worse than when he goes die. a new battle is going on. will the history be protected. return to terra what julian cooper story on our t.v. . wealthy britain. that's not on. the. market why not. come to. find out what's really happening to the global economy with mike stronger for a no holds barred look at the global financial headlines tune into cars a report on.
2:27 pm
russia would be soon which brightened if you knew about someone from finest impressions. means for instance on t.v. dot com.
2:28 pm
live from moscow this is all tea with you twenty four hours a day top stories this hour stuck in the middle with intensified nato bombed claiming civilian lives. alleged atrocities committed by rebel forces some libyans feel betrayed often what initially started as a nationwide uprising forces the promise to fight for freedom now pose a danger to the population. the u.s. trades boots for bombs in afghanistan a bomber announces the withdrawal more than thirty thousand troops while deadly drone strikes are stepped up sparking fears of more civilian casualties at least seventy thousand americans will still remain in afghanistan after twenty twelve. years of inciting hatred and discrimination against muslims dutch far right politician will those books free from a court in amsterdam many hate it is
2:29 pm
a win for freedom of expression experts say his trial shows europe's multiculturalism policies have had the opposite effect driving communities apart. and bringing the best of russia in its heart and soul to a global audience twenty four hours a day new documentary channel goes live with the help of the president r.t. talk brings the press to russia's culture and history to a global audience broadcasting in english. while next r.t. talks to a former afghan m.p. turned champion joy or death threats and assassination attempts to expose what she calls the dark side of life in a country george claims the nato occupation has only brought more suffering to the people of afghanistan that's a special interview next. well enjoy thank you for taking the time to be with us thank you thanks for the
2:30 pm
interview recently returned from a trip to the u.s. the didn't start world you were denied entry visa the decision was later reverse to but why do you think this happened especially after the fact you visited the u.s. several times without a problem because each time in the past also when i went to us and also to some other countries exposed their own policies of us and that were enough going to stop who are occupying our country and did about it on film and rights human rights and democracy and also imposed on our people and therefore you are set to drive now so who are foot a copy of the taleban and they waste taxpayer money and billions of dollars as now this nation afghanistan this criminal wall become open secret political people around the fort and us and also another in open countries that's why white house couldn't be out to hear the truth and they want to block my wife's.


info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on