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i thought o. was willing to do these even though my family. would be about twenty seven days going to publicize the invite. who leads the start of the beat of the dialogue is. true to the slowly with sleazy speech. twenty years ago largest country. seem to. have been trying. to teach began the journey. where did it take.
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germany agrees to supply nato forces in libya with more munitions drawing criticism for deviating from its original position on intervention amid speculation it's been pressured by other alliance members. meanwhile the blocs cooperation was moscow might be taking to a new level as discussions on a common missile to fan system in europe are expected to dominate the russian nato summit in sochi. plus his former general plans to boycott the u.n. war crimes here and work he faces charges of genocide serbs to lost their families during the bosnian war saying justice is totally one sided. and. they are winning straight taken from the previous week as they try to close the global games for market analysis in about twenty minutes in business.
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eleven am in the russian capital you're watching r t a marina joshie germany has agreed to supply munitions for the nato air strikes in libya the move comes despite berlin never originally backing the operation and some suggest peer pressure has caused a shift in position as it is a renegotiate reports berlin's attempt to have its cake and eat it may not be proving successful. more bombs wanted just over one hundred days of airstrikes and with just over two thousand bombs dropped by nato allies on libya the mission has run into an unexpected problem a lack of shells to drop where there is demand there is supply and this case germany has agreed to provide the much needed ammunition previously berlin has a from voting in favor of the un security council resolution on libya a move that surprised some and good others but it may now be backing out of
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a decision the germans may not want to participate but are they have decided that position does not preclude them actually sublime weapons in this case or systems some believe germany is under pressure from other nato members particularly the united states france and the u.k. to take a more active part in the libyan campaign at first. you know ministries toward the foreign affairs minister don't go into libya it's a very bad conflict it was started by the cia and it's a dirty business don't go there so this is why you voted with russia and china now the backlash from washington is so tough that obviously we are under pressure to do something to make up for this decision aside from peer pressure germany may be lured by the possible financial benefits of making its weapons available for natives use in libya probably germany will get paid for delivering these. two other
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crimes but that is normal practice between crunch between nato countries. out of the twenty eight nato members only eight are actively participating in libya with civilian deaths to which nato recently admitted to a shortage of weapons and the ever relentless more market duffy still at the helm the coalition may be facing just the beginning of its problems. berlin is in a tough spot on the one hand it has disappointed nato by refusing to support the mission in libya in march on the other by agreeing to supply bombs it may no lose friends in all other high places and whatever the real reasons for its contradictory policy may be germany could find that by trying to please everyone it may end up pleasing no one it is a go score to brussels. r.t. has exclusively spoken to colonel gadhafi son who believes nato just wants to feast on libya's riches. these country is
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a piece of cake rich full of jazz oil and we have more than one hundred million dollars deposits abroad so all we have to show you these people. and you have to get poster because he's the only obvious to go between. us and because. it's a symbol of the. check out the full version of this exclusive interview on our website r.t. dot com. the chance for a breakthrough on a common missile the fan system is up for grabs today for nato the alliance had honors fogh rasmussen is in russia's city of sochi for talks and the missile shield is something that's guaranteed to be brought to the table the time aleko has more from the spot. and it has been russia's concern for a very long time now russia doesn't want an arms race and if nato is to place its anti-missile defense shield in europe and then trying to sell defense shield that's
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going to be covering it big part of russian russia's territory and then of course an arms race exactly what's going to happen according to president of egypt we could see it starting by as soon as two thousand and twenty and russia and the united states have signed strategic arms reduction treaty specially for the purpose of preventing an arms race and this a.m.d. seems to be an apple of discord at exactly going to do the opposite. and russia's envoy to nato. speaking had over russia a nato summit has been saying that it's now time for nato members to make suggestions when it comes to a possibility of a joint missile defense shield in europe together with washer as russia has already made steps forward in that direction but none of them seem to have been accepted of course the issue of nature's operation in libya with be widely discussed to be thought of was and has been saying that he believes and the ground operation could be just around the corner in the corner in libya and that's operation will only
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prolong this conflict and was severely worsen the situation in the region in general but of course russia and they do have some common goals such as fighting terrorism and drug trafficking and they are also on their gender today will be discussed the timing of reporting there from saw so i have for you this hour here in our t.v. brace to breach the blockade well look at what's in store for the gaza aid flotilla after greece bans pro palestinian activists from setting sail from its ports. and animal heart saving. russian doctors give you life to a young girl by you plant a unique artificial valves made from picks heart. wealthy british style. was. right on out of. the.
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market why not. find out what's really happening to the global economy with my stronger no holds barred look at the global financial headlines and cons report. former bosnian serb general rock a lot of his planning to boycott his second please hearing at the hague tribunal he claims he doesn't yet have his own defense lawyer i wore it out months after he was
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arrested a lot of his accused of ordering the massacre of thousands of bosnian muslims and the town of srebrenica was katrina as are reports for many serbs who feel the international criminal courts only out to get justice for one side in the conflict . liquid little town of sibling meets in boston and herzegovina who looks at dilip you houses are being built people go about their business and in the center of the town a mosque and a church sit side by side. but this apparent unity is an illusion sixteen years ago the entire region was torn apart by ethnic clashes during the yugoslav war and seventy to became infamous when the united nations stated eight thousand muslim men and boys were massacred by bosnian serb forces today and immoral for the deceased. sits in the grounds of a former u.n. military base the city but it's a memorial ground as well maintained and frequently visited by locals journalists
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and tourists who get boston from the bosnian capital of what the tourist arm shown are the thousands of serbian graves that lined cemeteries all around the state of being it's a region. thousands of people were killed during the balkan wars of the one nine hundred ninety s. but cemeteries like these with entire families of murdered serb civilians only get visited by the very few remaining survivors but only comes here all the time his entire family lives here he says a bosnian muslim general is responsible for the best because you know that i was only nine years old when last year or each took away everything i had in life the first he killed my mother then my father and brother i was wounded and taken captive they held me for fifty six days and only god knows how or why i survived. but even though but on a survive his loss just like that of thousands of people here is being ignored or
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each was at the hague tribunal and i was supposed to be a witness in his trial but in the end me in about thirty other witnesses was simply cost to side they didn't cause i didn't ask what happened to our families and the tribunals only gave him two years in prison. the balkan war so heinous atrocities visited on all sides and perpetrated by all players but the version most often propagated by western media is rather one sided in blaming the serbs the purpose is to. create a rationale for so called humanitarian interventions which in the occurred in considerable number in the mouth of serpent so that so-called precedent can be traced through the years and into today's headlines bosnia iraq afghanistan and most recently libya of old played unwilling hosts to nato troops and u.s.
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imposed no fly zones it is very important and the creation of the. scenario to make sure that in the minds of most people. was drawn aside which was preventable but for whatever reasons the so-called international community didn't do anything about it. some might say the journey from sitting meets it to benghazi via baghdad and kabul could now be traced as a kind of nato road map but as with any road paved with good intentions there is only one possible destination castros are about r t bosnia and herzegovina. proper palestinian activists say they're the term into the working man a terran aid to gaza the spine of the greek government banning their ships from leaving port. they've staged
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a hunger strike in a protest rally against the ruling give also reportedly rejected a suggestion by a greek government to send aid to gaza under un supervision israel has been warning against any unauthorized attempt by the activists to break the gaza blockade a similar mission a year ago and it was nine people being killed in an attack by israeli commandos british activist david helping his organize humanitarian relief efforts in gaza on several occasions told r.t. how his own vessel was once attacked by israeli forces here's a preview of what's to come next hour. we were trying to get to gaza. of the. an invasion so called operation. and we were high speed about sixty six miles off the coast of haifa in the dark five thirty in the morning. and i'm quite certain the intention was to
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drown this i believe in speaking the truth about this more because we're dealing with people being tormented for sixty three years. barack obama's recently announced of ghana stand drawdown plan has been slammed by republicans they claim it's risky to pull out thirty three thousand troops by the end of next summer but as lauren lyster reports this talk of change intensifies over america's military plan in the country many still believe nothing in fact will change at all. the aftermath of a taliban attack in kabul. this week a luxury hotel frequented by foreigners earlier this year taliban gunmen wearing suicide vests storm a guest house used by u.n. staffers. last year another attack on hotels this is where every year.
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examples are strewn through the near decade war familiar aftermath we have anybody pegged down here in the south only now americans heard this declaration before news of the blast we're starting this drawdown from a position of strength about u.s. plans to begin pulling troops out of afghanistan next month but there are declarations on the ground from afghan activists of military might that's looked a different mark them all close enough to come by a completion democracy never come by military invasion democracy never come by cluster bomb by white phosphorus by muscle car by bumping our wedding parties and didn't washington talk of winding down war in one country does not wind down talk of tackling the global terrorist threat as the focus seems to shift to neighbors should be refocusing resources on pakistan yemen somalia parts of north africa and other locations i've always believed pakistan is more central to what happens in afghanistan a change in the guard at the department of defense with robert gates retiring and
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former cia chief leon panetta getting sworn in signals this change of course to critics i see no difference between and between him and robert gates and for afghanistan we now hear a presidential pledge to pull thirty three thousand troops out by september two thousand and twelve fully we're covering the surge i announced at west point well it certainly sounds like what the american people would like to hear for the first time ever a majority want u.s. troops out of afghanistan as soon as possible fifty six percent well thirty nine percent want troops there until the situation is stabilized. as you can see the trend is really flip flopped but what is the reality of obama's plans for troop withdrawal all that thirty three thousand he's calling for is a minority of the one hundred thousand american troops that are there that's not including another forty two thousand nato troops and ninety thousand department of defense contractors meanwhile the u.s. has reiterated a long term commitment to the country there certainly has been an agreement that
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following two thousand and fourteen there will be some kind of continuing presence . of presence and financial burden some see as permanent observers believe u.s. bases are in the forever future lauren mr r.t. washington d.c. new paragon chief leon panetta is capable of reaching a breakthrough in the ten year campaign in afghanistan all he needs to do is to change the u.s. policy completely so says or to use military contributor in his latest video blog here's a look. now when they open adam bede are reviewed death cheat to his former associates at central intelligence agency and has assume the mantle of the pentagon chief can as a unique opportunity to reach a synergy effect from his previous position as a u.s. intelligence czar and his current top job as the military boss in their own finances as the new secretary of defense should resist any pressure from the white
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house from the congress to do more all less of the same regarding the u.s. policy in afghanistan and pakistan now he has accumulated the good will from the highly successful joint operation between the us intel and special ops professionals at nitrate he should regain any issue they have from their white house decision makers and promote unconventional brand new u.s. approach towards this kountry only by man there right now has such a unique capabilities to shift the u.s. policy from the unilateral troublemaking in afghanistan and pakistan to a comprehensive regional policy we have the shanghai cooperation organization as being the true and reliable partner for the united states instead of nato that could provide the brand new opportunities both for united states pakistan
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and its neighbors to jumpstart totally new regional security policies that would benefit to all parties concerned. and later we'll bring you the revelations of a military journalist who spent a year in iraq and interviewed thousands of u.s. soldiers that's in a special report coming up in two hours time here in our to. this event in the year in iraq is a military journalist. where you go in. there is terribly still. you killed. the live. life. to publicize it. by. who. started the other day.
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to the soldiers. now let's take a look at some other stories from around the world efforts are underway in taiwan to form a new coalition government which will bring the country's first ever female prime minister of power that's half the opposition party won a landslide victory in sunday's general election obtaining a clear majority of seats in the parliament it's leader forty four year old block shinawatra is the sister of the country's exile leader toppled in an army coup five years ago it's hoped the election will and the country's long running political crisis. the company responsible for the yellowstone river oil spill in the u.s. state of montana claims its limit of the damage to sixteen kilometers own but that's drawn doubts from an tiana's governor who criticized axin mobil for
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downplaying the scale of the disaster on saturday tens of thousands of gallons of oil spilled into the water through a damaged pipeline prompting temporary evacuations along the river. ailing venezuelan president hugo chavez will not be able to work for up to half the year he's likely to stay in cuba for continued cancer treatment opponents have accused the government of not providing enough information about the president's condition but leaders illness has also raised questions about whether he will be fit to run for reelection next year. it's groundbreaking and heart fixing new procedure russian surgeons have thrown a lifeline to young girls who suffered from a rare or heart defect they provided her with a unique transplant with a valve from a pig's heart in the first operation of its kind. of hezbollah. only chance for survival i renounce surgeon is implanting a groundbreaking artificial valve made from
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a pig's heart into the chest of twenty four year old who has a rare and life threatening heart defect the valve invented by russian surgeons has never been used before after three hours the operation is complete computers would like to be going to ration itself is a success we need some time to see how the patient recovers but in any case her life before was unbearable. and entirely as employment came from this farm outside of moscow earlier surgeons had to sort through hundreds of pigs and cows hearts to find one that can be used as a valve and it was almost impossible to find the right donor for the new model so they found it tailor made solution even before they were born each one of these cows was matched their particular patient who's waiting on a less than moscow now sends them the way that they've been fed every single part of their lifestyle has been carefully monitored so when the time comes they become the perfect boehner owner of the farm alexander cannavaro of was
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a multimillionaire entrepreneur with two years ago he sold all of his businesses and retired to the countryside to graze the most ecologically clean farm possible he gives away his animals hard for nothing to go to this was a way that we were just so proud we were helping save lives i never thought we'd be doing this he knew that once the heart is removed from the animal it's taken to dis hospital lab here at the sterilized all the parts of the valve are sewn together biological valves are often superior to traditional mechanical models and don't require the patient to take drugs for their lifetime the lab director is hoping more successful implants will encourage health authorities to invest more funds in them for the sports only two or three produces the biological goals in the whole of russia and it's not enough great no people here died. well we can get to the treatment two weeks have passed and the tally is out of the emergency ward but it's
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just i feel wonderful i feel like i have a wife and plan to return to my job and i want to have children or to get my doctors say that my pal you should be completely healthy in six months and hope she'll be the first of thousands to receive the lifesaving transplant. and time now for a business update with us stay with us. hello and a very warm welcome to business day it's russia has resumed electricity supplies to belarus after it paid its energy bill in full russian apology and right here in toronto pulled the plug on crisis hit barrels last wednesday with the country owing thirty six to four million dollars the company promise for store supplies that soon as it got the money however it took into rollover dangerous new energy deliveries due to technical problems russia provides twelve percent of belarus it appears to me. the world is seeing
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a major shift towards gals as the predominant fossil fuel and gas from with a rise in gas prices or worse as a result. of not comforts us the company would do well to use the spike to its advantage. i don't expect the gas price will be you know duplicating the hike in the crude price but it will probably reach as much as sixty or seventy percent of this price change so give the for example gas bromates a certain goodwill discount to west european customers not the discount but i'm saying not trying to keep up with the hype in the world natural gas would be a little bit one step behind this hike it would be a good point for western parts to feel like more more friendly and completely new a new guest from the contracts. let's have a quick check on the markets now oil is extending early against the craft is
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supported by the approved more just a bailout for greece plights we just trading at one ninety five dollars per barrel and branches that's wrong one hundred and eleven dollars asia stocks on the rise what it by sold it to has been a factor in data and a further easing of concerns of the crease japan's nikkei climbed above ten thousand of its us time in two months boosted by buying from asian investors but the rally was short lived the index slipped back again. and european stock markets are edging higher in early trading though most bank stocks lost ground up to stenton course said the planter rollover greek debt would likely to be considered a selective default. finally here and russia the most of the year in moscow they are just in the minds of some continue to move upwards in early trading monday the indices are tracking glass and asian markets higher but not have a look at some of the individual moves on the mice it's energy may just a mixed with gas from a quarter of a percent in the cool slightly into red metal mine
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a fully matching as monk the main gave us its percent supported boston gold. well michael stein from screech expects the week to be quiet stooge the holiday season out of luck of domestic data. we expect the week to be a bit quieter than last week given that we're now in the summer season and monday is of course july fourth the markets will be closed today in the united states this week investors will pay as usual close attention to external factors including inflationary data coming out of both the euro zone and united states and also keep an eye of course on u.s. jobs data in russia there are very few big events are scheduled one notable event takes place friday when the x. five will release their second quarter operating update. michael stifle much chris and what with he is also what we can expect from the coming week and that wraps up the business bulletin for knowledge. one all for business stories here on our we
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