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after its one boy and leader who go chavez dies in fifty eight after an almost two year battle with cancer. egypt's president considers taking full military control of the rest of city of port site after days of clashes leading to hundreds of injuries at least five deaths. thanks to the battle over banker bonuses in europe sees britain routed and mounting a last defense of the lavish executive pay outs and london's last great industry thanks in protesters in the line of fire as israeli security forces are accused of resorting to live bullets as a method of crowd control. one in the afternoon moscow time my mattress are bringing you our breaking news coverage here on r t venezuela's longstanding leader hugo chavez died after losing
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a battle with cancer the last almost two years the charismatic leader suffered a number of health complications after returning from his latest round of treatment in cuba seven days of mourning have started in a country where millions are grieving words of condolence have come in from around the world including from traditionally friendly latin american states plus russia and the u.s. but among the sadness is also anger of venezuela's vice president nicolas maduro who broke the news and assume interim power accuse the country's quote historical enemies of having a hand in the death chavez himself held a hard line and to u.s. stance during fourteen years in power his latest reelection coming in october ortiz marina portnoy has more from york. president hugo chavez died around sixteen twenty five that's four forty five pm caracas time at a military hospital and now that as well in vice president nicolas maduro accompanied by senior ministers announced that president chavez had passed
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describing the news as a moment of deep pain now the country's national armed forces also pledged their unconditional allegiance to vice president maduro chavez before he passed many weeks ago said that when the time would come he would like for majority to be his successor and the vote for the new president should be held within the next thirty days and will likely pit vice president duro against. the opposition leader and state governor who lost in the october election a prius in the meantime flew over to the united states over the weekend visiting miami and new york author and journalist eva golinger says it's no coincidence that during a time of instability in venezuela the opposition leader from that country is attending meetings in the united states this is been also typical over the past few years over the past decade really members of the opposition venezuela frequently coming to the united states to meet with their financiers because they get multi-million
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dollar funding from the u.s. government and it's different agencies or from its allies their allies here in new united states chavez was one of the world's best known socialist leaders and a staunch critic of the united states chavez never held back on criticizing what he called the imperialistic motives of the west that as well in the united states didn't have good diplomatic relations there's been comments coming from washington with officials expressing that maybe in the future now the u.s. and venezuela might have better diplomatic relations but. chavez whether you love him or hate him he leaves norma's big shoes to fill. investigative journalist pepe escobar from the asia times covering latin america says the demonization of chavez in the u.s. may continue after his death in fact obama's message was a bit ridiculous you know he said that we're going to stand united with different
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as well and people what kind of people does he mean does he mean that there are people who elected and re-elected chavez in thirteen out of fourteen democratic elections or does he mean these people who go to new york and miami to trade martinis endemol not does evil dangerous communist this is ridiculous the most important thing in my opinion chavez in terms of a political leader he was always referring to an international revolutionary tradition from outside. he was like a nailed fix of jewel called it was more their geopolitics bigger than now was in fact because of the war on almost all directions but disappeared and the thing is why this is the morning edition all shot is the even boston order to end it will grow these be especially in the u.s. first of all venezuela has the largest oil reserves in the world so the united states and european union they can say old you need this wall forcing all you need
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is love to those ghastly petrol monarchies in the persian gulf but even as well as the leader of an as well it decided to use the oil wells the benefit of the lower classes a bit as well this is something unheard of in the persian gulf main question now who will become venezuela's next leader eric draitser says it will suggest it will be hard for u.s. backed opposition to overturn chavez's policies. despite his lack of charisma in comparison to cha basma duro is in many ways a very very popular figure in venezuela and one who would naturally win election in the new presidential elections were it not for meddling from the united states i do think that there are up and coming there coming generation of leaders inspired by and brought up in the system the hope is that the progress that was made under the chavez government has now been institutionalized that it was not simply held
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together by the power of the character of chavez but rather that it is now forming the bedrock of venezuela and that venezuelan politics and institutions will be forever shaped by chavez rather than simply held together by him and as well as former president was known for his bombastic speeches and harsh and u.s. rhetoric but what exactly led to his rise and how did his policy change the face of venezuela was he coughing off takes a look. a military man known to many as commandante. it's a good one is going to work there well a politician devoted to promoting venezuela's role as a key player on the world stage. often a singer sometimes a dancer occasionally a joker one. common able to speak in public for less than five hours were held back no punches from a suppose it was yesterday the devil came out here. right
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here yesterday morning and it's still for today those may have had many faces but it is certain that he was one of the most outspoken and influential leaders of the twenty first century. the world first met him as a young paratrooper with a tank his one thousand nine hundred two coup attempt was doomed to fail but his dream of a radical leftist revolution was not. despite a brief prison stand for his actions chavis went on to run for president of venezuela in one thousand nine hundred eight winning the vote and assuming office in one thousand nine hundred nine under him venezuela went from being a major u.s. ally governed by and for the ruling class to a test case for the childless experiment with twenty first century socialism that meant nationalizing key sectors of the oil rich nations economy and pouring billions into welfare and social programs to help the previously marginalized poor
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opponents fought to remove us from power including a two thousand and two coup attempt and a two thousand and four recall referendum thanks but he remained winning another term in office and the two thousand and twelve election after facing the toughest electoral battle of his career in his foreign policy spearheaded the creation of today's anti-imperialist the left leaning bloc in latin america working to promote his vision of a multi-polar world but it wasn't all smooth sailing when it came to his dealings with the. west chavez was known to donate free heating oil to poor americans but had little love for their government relations have ranged from tense to outright hostility. then he is independent and free and will never be a north american. but in twenty eleven childless took up a new battle to fight for his life against cancer just before the new year and after four operations in cuba chavez named his vice president as the preferred political heir the final war waged by al commandante revered by some reviled by
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others it is undeniable that chavez and his bolivarian revolution left a permanent mark on this country this region and the world this is r.t. caracas venezuela. their online poll at r.t. dot com or us what you think will happen to venezuela after chavez's passing so far a majority think the country will carry on as before certainly less think it will fall to the opposition aback by the west twenty percent are saying the country will descend into chaos the last of all venezuela will become more moderate what do you think lie down to r.t. dot com and click your vote. is.
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egypt's president mohamed morsi considering a military takeover of the restive town of port side there's after days of violent clashes that have seen more than seven hundred people wounded and five killed artie's kyra correspondent bill true has more. president mohamed morsi met with top security officials on tuesday reportedly to discuss pulling the police out of the restive city. and instead putting the military in place this is because of four days of clashes between police and antigovernment protesters in this restive city including yesterday protestors torching the national security agency building with additional fires in the governor had courtis and the security directorate this comes of course i had a very contentious verdict on saturday for this point saeed football massacre that
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took place last year in february and it started when thirty nine defendants were moved from a prison the families of those defendants in this case were very upset with this and so the conscious began between the police and protesters seeing hundreds injured and at least five killed meanwhile we have violence here in the capital as well just off the three square by the nile has been intermittent says street battles between anti-government protesters and police although the opposition is not scary he said there are definitely similar grievances being expressed across the country that there's been no change since the revolution in the eighty thousand and eleven a feeling that president obama sees making very unpopular decisions such as backing this four point eight billion dollar i.m.f. loan which will see subsidies cuts and tax hikes in addition people are saying the constitution was drafted by islamist dominated constituent assembly so people really have a feeling that nothing has changed and there are many problems in the country which means there is very likely this is the violence is likely to continue in the next
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few weeks. the decades long ceasefire between north and south korea could cease to exist pyongyang a lodging out of its southern neighbor and america move looming us back to sanctions we find out why this time china is back in washington over its traditional ally that still to come. they're serving us. just like their mother. the ones born in prison. for the crimes committed
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by their. babies on our cheek. least. six. times are staying with us here on r t fourteen minutes past the hour now with every new nation both sides of britain in agreement that bankers' bonuses need to be
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curbed the u.k. has taken it upon itself to champion executives greatest perk london if you're a smaller checks at the end of the year may drive managers away depriving the country's last great industry of talent are probably boyko as more from london. it's that time of year again bonus season is in full swing the chief executive of h.s.b.c. is set to pocket a two million pound bonus this month for the way that u.k. bankers get paid could be about to change that's if the european union has anything to do with it at the moment the average bank a salary is just under seventy thousand pounds a year but bonuses for top bankers can be many times more than their baseline depending on personal performance the success of the bank and the market as a whole last year the bonus pools of leading city banks went up to as much as two point four billion pounds a b. c but if the e.u. proposal goes ahead next year banks would be blocked from paying out bonuses larger
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than double and employees basic salary much against downing street swishes some banks some teams of people some revenue some profits some tax revenues. would be written on to that extent written for voices inside the city say that big banks in the u.k. might be forced to pay high a base salaries in order to keep the most talented executives there are very few sectors in which united kingdom is a world leading financial services is one of the high basics impose a constant overhead which can be adjusted easily from year to year whereas the bonuses can be part of the success of the market has been that element of flexibility you can award a larger bonus in one year and a much lower bonus in another year and with the european economy still flatlining
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voters want to see those bonuses brought down but there are fears that the measure could end up putting london at a disadvantage the text tape. coming from buying because not just in the bonuses but in general is huge estimated to be over and above forty billion pounds a year so the point here is that effectively this is taking away people from the economy this could be forcing people to go elsewhere and the trickle down effect of that will be dramatic overregulation and although there is has cost the k. many of its manufacturing hubs also new economies coming on board and that has all the see how the fact bankers might not be the main market right is in all staring at a second rate thing right now but if we're in the financial services industry it's fine so it's i think you pay a lot to me and a few days think about what they did including charles said george was going to say
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that now concerned that it could happen as things look at that not just on the city of london but on the british economy as a whole the rest of europe however is determined to push compensation in the financial sector down with the final date penciled in from a bonus season next year could end up being an altogether. playboy see london one of the ball choice here is todd dancers has confessed to masterminding the moscow attack that saw acid thrown in the face of sergei filin the company's ballet director police say powell goes move was linked to a personal dislike for the director to other suspects that were detained also reportedly admitted they were involved in the attack in january feeling was attacked near his house got severe facial burns forced him to leave russia for treatment in germany all the details on the ball sure a few do you can find on our website that's r t dot com.
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palestinians say israeli forces are increasingly resorting to live ammo during protest rallies even peaceful ones human rights groups report dozens of civilian casualties from excessive use of force officially israel denies all of this but those who take part say the reality is different are his policy or has more. nariman captured on camera the shots that would kill her brother two bullets in his stomach and leg. when i came people were shouting he got shot with a live bullet i didn't know who got shot they were shouting rushdie and rushdie i didn't know what to do but i went down the hill where the soldiers were firing and i started shouting press press the soldiers shouted to not come down will shoot you
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i open my camera and i decided that i'm going there even if i die. now remans brother rushdi hadn't even been part of the stone throwing eyewitnesses say the soldiers fired tear gas and live bullets even before the children started throwing rocks at them rushdie wasn't a part of it he went to to help evacuate the injured but of the yes i wanted to throw the camera down and hold my brother in my arms but i kept filming my brother's face was covered in blood my uncle came and the soldier said do not worry is his leg he's alive from my experience they wanted to help they would have called the ambulance from the close a settlement when they wanted him to bleed i told them you should give him first state and they said it is not our problem he could die. and two days later rushdie died the bullet that killed him was fired from ten meters away he was unarmed if you follow the official rules yeah it will be almost impossible the
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soldiers to use ammunition in these situations but we've all been there we've all done that when soldiers face palestinians on the field the the orders and missions we are getting are very far away from what the army claims officially the law says soldiers can only use live ammunition when their life is in clear danger tear gas and rubber bullets are loaned but only for dispersing crowds from a distance and we're not fired directly on the protesters but these really center for human rights but selim has found that in total israeli forces have killed fifty six rock throwing palestinians since two thousand and five six were killed by rubber coated missile bullets and two gas canisters forty eight were killed by live ammunition power of the variations show a wide and systemic culture of the misuse of crowd control weapons by the israeli security forces in the west bank this means that the army violates its own open fire regulations regarding the use of rubber bullets tear gas it's quite of
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a well known practice and the army denies that it exists but in addition apply requests for an interview the i.d.f. said that the bestseller porter presents a biased narrative relying primarily on incidents that are too old or still under investigation by the military police the i.d.f. went on to say that the i.d.f. does everything in its power to ensure that the use of white dispersal means is done in accordance with the rules of engagement we're talking about five six hundred one thousand tear gas canisters a day are being shot at these protesters says it's way beyond our imagination it would have meant clouds of tear gas on a village below palestinian anger and defiance an act of despair in the face of his radio military might. i had to meet faces the soldiers off today and we still have a brother in prison have thought and killed his cousin three months off to this
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confrontation beloved uncle vashti would die police. to have been. turning out of some other stories making global headlines this hour in argentina twenty five people have gone on trial for a host of human rights abuses including torture committed in south america in the one nine hundred seventy s. so ledge they were part of plan con doors scheme coordinated between the continents leaders to catch leftist activists among the twenty five defendants on the stand argentinian junta leaders rafael the dela and reynaldo be known already serving life sentences for crimes committed under the former dictatorship of argentina. a grenade attack in a suburb of kenya's capital nairobi left one person injured two explosives thrown into the roof of a pub police and paramilitary forces later secured the area vote continued vote counting continues in kenya following the presidential election there violence after two thousand and seven as poll left more than a thousand dead. mount the italian on the italian island of sicily
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has erupted violently sprouting huge amounts of lava and smoke plumes into the air roads have been blocked to traffic in the area it is one of the highest active volcanoes in europe more than three thousand meters it's the seventh time it's erupted since the beginning of the year. u.s. secretary of state john kerry said he supports states in the middle east arming syria's opposition if they're sent to moderates instead of extremists he made the comments on a trip to katerina's government's been supplying weapons to rebels this a day after opposition militants overran the city of tal in the north of syria. the time attacking symbols of the national government as they went or he did a show cross talk at eleven thirty g.m.t. takes a look at how weapons are getting to rebels in the syria as the conflict starts to pull in neighboring states. there is no states for either from the u.s. or from the european union all from to fuel from saudi arabia in the sense of supporting them in the way the libyan opposition has supported your position once
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the and i think they have that is the. only thing i support that there isn't and they're now getting involved in training there and to the u.s. is now getting involved in training that's. the point that's not supposed and that's not weaponry ok matthew chance has the weapon matthew and you use it. to the rebels and then you train them to use them and that's not that's not arm support that's that's really semantic nonsense. isn't. i only in the news block the u.s. and china have outlined new even tougher sanctions they want to impose on north korea to punish it for a recent missile test in response pyongyang promised to cancel the cease fire deal that ended the korean war in the one nine hundred. he's and threaten to attack the u.s. with small nuclear weapons
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a south has warned it wouldn't hesitate to strike back but east asia expert glenn ford thinks the north traditional ally beijing is only siding with washington this time to shield itself from a bigger u.s. threat the chinese. government is genuinely annoyed with north korea. with this particularly with the third nuclear test because it's significant excuse to the united states to plan to deploy theater missile defense which no doubt he threatens north korea but threatens china and at the same time gives to the you much more nationalistic incoming government in japan and an excuse for removing article nine from the constitution's a referendum and actually remember tris ing to a degree japan where clearly those troops are no. army and navy and air force are not just for your career but also are there available with the the boundary disputes we have been in the region trying now whatever it thinks of north korea
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