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we find solid tracks we'll have to drop our wheels and get out silently in order not to scare the loggers off alexander someone in ca has been a ranger for over twenty five years he can spend weeks at a time tracking a single group of loggers easier to work when snow falls in autumn it's impossible to find human tracks and even transport tracks are hard to see after hours of driving we get sent in the right direction by word of mouth you can see that the ground is soft here which means that twelve tractor trails are very fresh which in fact means that we need to be quiet in order to not scare them off as we get closer . this team says they're legal but have no documents now xander can now call the police to take over his work here is done he is overwhelmingly outnumbered there are too few rangers working in the crew more ski region and the w w f says the government isn't doing enough to stop it just you. know do it because no one tries to stop them in just five years the force will be
gone what will the people who live after us do it's a question more and more people are aware of today climate change and the safety of our environment as a whole are being discussed around the world and perhaps it's those small steps that might be a start to people living in harmony with nature. just a couple of days now before about a pledge is off the fiscal cliff there's still no deal inside between the firmly entrenched republicans and democrats of americans stand to see their taxes go up dramatically but the sticking point holding up negotiations of the rates for the rich republicans are rejecting any deal that would see those taxes rise while the democrats insist the wealthy could pay a little more investment. advisor patrick young told us the u.s.
is heading towards further recession than if it can't get spending. really worried going into twenty thirteen i mean ultimately the great thing is that humankind will survive we will all remain the same people but the problem we have is first of all america seems to be heading suicidally towards this thing the fiscal cliff the possibility that it may enter another leg or recession or possibly even depression as a result of legislators inability to curb their how bit of spending like footballers' wives and then on the other side of the atlantic we also have this problem the european union is getting to the point where it seems to think it's soldiers problems solving your problems means that twenty five percent of the workforce of several countries are out of work fifty plus percent of the youth of say somewhere like spain are out of work that really frightens me. now let your imagination run wild the animated blockbusters like what i think it was so fantastic creating
a new superhero every day of the year from see some more of his creations account the wrong line from us. and this a case of another day another scandal to reporting on but as twelve million euros now goes missing from greece's tourist industry just of course when the country needs it most two great stories among so many more doubt. dozens of jailed activists in bahrain who took part in antigovernment protests over the sentences reduced but the opposition's keeping up the pressure nonetheless repeating its demands for the immediate release of all political prisoners. he spoke to some of the activists about what lies behind the unrest. when it came to supporting calls for democracy in middle eastern north african states while denouncing government sponsored violence leaders of the west were vocally critical
from our graphic has lost legitimacy to lead and he must leave out of a very clear message for president which is it is time for him to go but when scenes of violent clashes between riot police and reform complainer scheme from bahrain the definition of democracy shifted and rhetoric softened. in the summer the u.s. state department came up with a statement expressing its concerns over the human rights situation and alleged torture in bahrain this was only several months after washington had restarted weapons sales to this gulf state dissenters in bahrain have been directing anger at their government for months now stop arming the killers is a message they are more often sending out to the west somehow the in bahrain blood is worthless and the libyan blood is more important it's just book critical stand so here you see four from travels to europe to direct attention to what he believes
to be brutal repression in his country he and others like him have managed to alert human rights organizations but that's as far as it goes go month ago clinton made a statement about bahrain about the. situation in bahrain and this. one protester was killed you know and show you that there is no impact on the ground we are a victim and bahrain because we live in a country they condemn the violence committed by the bahraini government against the peaceful protests that and but it is still continuing for decades bahrain has been one of washington's closest allies in the gulf its naval base houses the u.s. fifth fleet and six thousand troops seemingly irreversible decision made decades ago despite a growing anti-american mood among some of bahrain's neighbors. anything happens in the bush era or any of the other players. there are allegations of a nuclear weapon being built we are very close to all of those sites and we have to
make the right decision in preventing any kind of catastrophe coming here we are or are not capable of doing that and that's why we turn to our friends and allies and officials firmly deny that washington plays a decisive role in preventing any revolution happening in bahrain but even the bahraini government's information minister suggests the us main fact be playing a double game. i think the bahraini opposition is a key ally of the u.s. leader of the opposition and the terrorist members of the opposition have close ties with foreign embassies in bahrain we can leak some of the old many documents proving it if this is true then washington sitting comfortably you can quickly switch sides but for now the opposition in bahrain is left to wonder as to why it calls to support democracy from some are less worthy of attention than others lexy russia of ski r.t. reporting from the kingdom of bahrain. thanks for being with us tonight on the way
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joint security council will benefit from india's participation. first of all i would say that criticism is not always warranted the latest wave of criticism was related to the fact that the security council allegedly cannot act on syria. by these by the desire to see some action on the part of the security council the critics wanted the posse resolution under chapter seven which provides for the use of sanctions on the use of force eventually and russia and china are convinced hundred percent that this would be a disaster and that this would be the beginning of a very slippery slope and will bring us to the libyans in the area which we cannot afford anymore and the region cannot afford the security council was once expended only in the category of nonpermanent members and no. after
several decades of the council functioning in the unchanged composition there is a very strong movement towards expanding its membership to better reflect the. pluralism of the of the world community and we are strongly in favor of this we are convinced that the developing countries and the first of all the new economic and financial leaders in the third world countries like india brazil for example that they must be represented in the security council and we would be in favor of making them new permanent members. provided of course the decision is taken to create new permanent seats like yours said russia is permanently blocking attempts of some of your own security council members to pass a resolution for that would allow an f. or an intervention into syria but do you think
a military action could still play take place going around the un like it happened in case of iraq. well not only in case of iraq but also in case of the former yugoslavia yes it is it is possible and you just cited that one example there are some others but i also feel that those who would like to interfere in the syrian crisis they don't want to do this without some kind of legitimacy or at least i would some kind often action in the united nations which could be used to justify this as being legitimate some people would like very much to internationalize this situation and to expand the violence beyond the syrian border or set them said being made to specially in cases when the refugees have to flee syria because of the disproportionate actions by the government forces
but on the other side. the opposition groups of that position which are several which are not united on this single come on the whole series of acceptable methods absolutely contrary to international humanitarian law. they can cause the jurors. the staging terrorist attacks and that it's very disheartening that our western call digs in the security council start that they refuse. condemning terrorist attacks in syria saying that yes there is ms bed but you must take into account the overall context of what is going on in syria and why people resort to terrorist attacks it's absolutely unacceptable and this logic we will might lead us if we follow this logic might lead us to
a very dangerous situation not only in the middle east but in other parts of the world if. patmos and the west would begin to. qualify terrorist as. bad terrorist and acceptable terrorists one more reason that arises time to time that could actually ok the foreign intervention is serious possession of chemical weapons do you believe that syria will use chemical weapons or is this another pretext for invasion i don't believe syria would use chemical weapons it would be political. suicide for the government if it does and it is also accepted by. everybody including western colleagues the europeans and americans that the biggest threat. in this situation is. the probability that the rebels might take hold of
chemical weapons and therefore. while recognizing these are no western friends say but still the responsibilities with the syrian government even the rebels they called it it's a very strange logic because at the same time there was a very people encourage rebels not to negotiate with the government but to continue fighting and giving them arms money and moral and political support so it's a very controversial position. in general the logic of those who say no negotiations with us it is really very controversial and very dangerous because. well they're not justifying what the government is doing they have been making a lot of mistakes have been using force disproportionately the security forces clearly war and are prepared to face the public.
protests and the protests in the cities and in the villages they have been threatening you know to call into foreign aggression not to keep law and order civilized men there but their position is provoking the government as i said resort to terrorist attacks taking hostages and also introducing into this conflict the stick there in their mansion which is very dangerous it is already reverberating in the muslim world. arab currents. and be. ethnic and confessional sic their income position of syria is so complex that if. the chaos is established there it was a very great all over the region but coming back to the present situation
if people who say no negotiations with us that if they believe that. he's departure in whatever form is number one priority then they must understand that for this geopolitical goal of theirs they would have to pay the price but the price in the lives of the serious of the syrian civilians nato the claimant of patrick miss out on turkish syrian border is that part of solution and why they really targeted that we recognize the right for turkey to think about its own security and the right of turkey to use for this purpose the international arrangements which turkey has in that particular case nato membership. and we accepted this as a given. on the other hand the more military cuddlier you accumulate in one place. the more risk you have that this had to or when they
would be used. as for the. purpose of this deployment yes i read here that some experts believe that if it is intended to prevent any. syrian crossfire. then that could be positioned to be different and as it is in the business to be positioned some people say it is quiet. useful to put the. american radar which is part of the american missile defense system that building codes in the threat from iran. if this is the case then it is even more risky i would say because this multiple purpose deployment.
could create additional. temptations iran rather than syria well that's what that's what some people say. the configuration as it is being presented in the media it. really looks like it could be used against the real you know syria is not the only issue between america and russia first think obama did when he got reelected is that he signed the so-called magnitsky that would sanction russian citizens and some russian officials what does it tell you about the mistakes of the russian u.s. relations with putting a bomb like hell but i don't think this was the first thing about one hundred first was reelected this was inevitable with. the senators the guardian and. some other centered use this idea that it was clearly. to create catch twenty two for the administration because that ministration was moving the removal of jacksonville nick amendment with the support
of quite a number of people on the heel. and this was absolutely obvious that ricans wanted because it was rushed accession to w two. but keeping jackson very it would mean depriving the american companies of the benefits of. membership of the russian federation so they had to do this anyway and then the republicans i think decided that to have this. and to hinge the jackson verdict. the removal on magnitsky act which was at that moment i think most of it. done against president obama. because as for the russian citizens who have been
included on that list and they haven't seen that it's still. not published. if they want to prevent russian citizens they don't like to be united states they can do it without their guardians without any show well remember the off record conversation that obama and mediator had and obama promised to be more flexible right after elections but from what you're saying how how how much flexible can he really be or allow himself to be with this republican opposition in congress well i think that's the peculiarities of the american system and the congressman can freeze consideration of. very important issues just because the beef from his particular state is not being admitted to one country in the other for the senate the reasons and. the issues of global importance could be just frozen because of the. interest of one
single state in the united states. the interest having nothing to do with the substance of the issue in question so sometimes the issues of huge importance like the you know the israeli palestinian conflict and the need to settle it being kept hostages for years and years. because of the peculiarity of the american electoral cycles we would prefer. to approach international issues on the basis of the their merit and on the basis of the crying need to do something together. without looking back at your domestic politicking interests so you are both russia's foreign minister thank you very much for this interview thank you.
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