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used to be phrases to stream a space life in prison if convicted of the crimes in. the lead are in the trial of alleged neo nazis accused of murdering does it a crime for a boy i mean later for more. police we know some of the rough surf of the militants to set off bombs and killed two security guards of the. public have come out on. the international court of justice in the hague rooms call supposed declaration of independence from serbia was that legal. is a dangerous precedent is being set to leave some live pictures and see that hearing . this is the way that this conflict is ruining our personal lives that we cannot have relationships that we cannot be just human beings. highlighting interface tensions in israel and iran is jailed for rape by deception office waiting
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a woman to have sex with him by pretending to teach it. and in business u.s. stock markets open hoyle food reserve reports we'll have the details in twenty minutes. a very warm welcome gee this is all from moscow i'm alice habits alleged members of a new. trial on the moscow accused of dozens of ethnically motivated killings on terror plots if found guilty they could spend the rest of their lives in prison stacey bivins is outside the court. some of the defendants said that they are guilty of some of the charges some of them say that they are in a that there is. you know who is guilty and who is and it's that and we spoke to
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a defense attorney of one of those people during a break and he really went at the prosecution saying that they had errors in the polyphony investigation and their error is going on right now as that is the reason why this trial is closed now the other defendants on this case are young guys they're only in their twenty's but the prosecution says do not let their age fool you that they are extremely dangerous and that they are governed by extremist ideas another thirteen alleged neo nazis are accused of four main things of murdering twenty seven people because of ethnic hatred prepping to launch a terrorist attack participating and in a legal and illegal extremist network and citing ethnic hatred poured into the f.s.b. when agents went in slow west these guys they put on a strong defense wounding several agents and the agent also says that during this the west arrests they found several weapons and explosives now if these men are
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found guilty they could face life in prison these men were found or are accused of being guilty of having illegal ties with an extremist network and that group is called the national socialist society and the mission behind this group is to rule a socialist russia and to up the route and essentially get rid of all the immigrants but who is really responsible they're arresting socially people who are foot soldiers they're young and they don't really do have the money or the power to have a network like this so who's funding that. and who's organizing it and they say i'm still the the mastermind behind this organization are brought to light and brought to justice russia cannot claim victory against extremists but you have supporters of the nationalist movement saying look you can come at us at whatever direction you want we're not going anywhere we're fighting over a. war and we're here to stay and i spoke to a supporter and a wife of
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a person who market that he was targeting traders for central from central asia that were in a moscow and she said you know what i'm proud of my husband he's a soldier and more russians need to step up and be heroes here's more of our amazing interview this self professed and deeply religious woman is full of hate hate for those who are different hate for immigrants she accuses of occupying disrespecting and contaminating her nation russians she insists are fighting a race war motivated by love. for love for one home went and our nation love for what good people families where people don't just date and then break up but rather they get married in church they don't practice abortions the don't support interest nick marriages. or ethnically mixed communities and what are your thoughts about me i'm not russian i'm african american i'm here are you upset that
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your government gave me a visa what are your thoughts on that the most. i believe everyone should live in their own homeland where they belong. armed with this believe and inspired by racist blocking her husband. and two fellow students. market in two thousand and six they targeted because of the number of traders that come from central asia and china the blast killed fourteen attacks against looking people are often brutal and in cases like the market they are deadly the deeds of angry mobs pummeling outnumber victims all recorded by racist and then posted on nationalist websites. activists call the situation out of control when a local nonprofit crime watchdog group acknowledges it is slowly getting better but you know what aids they started seizing the most odious groups that had been involved in systematic violence and terrorism during the last two years the largest
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formations in moscow were dispelled and the key activists and murderers detained. she says one thousand people have been killed due to hate crimes in two thousand and ten that's down from fifty for the same time period last year but that map does little to satisfy magazines who feel suffer alliance is better than police protection is supposed. to learn their work and crowds of people take care of their own safety foresman comes into action after a crime is committed not before. as for veronica her husband is serving a life sentence for actions neither of them regrets and for a cause they both support. r.t. well investigators say paul security had a power plant in russia's self made it vulnerable to attack on wednesday a group of commons stormed the high two electric station cut out of the noble korea two gods dead and destroying its power generators. the latest.
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it's been reported that the militants leaders are the sure who was behind the storming of this hydro plant in the north caucasus on wednesday morning a group of opp to five gunmen forced their way into the. power plant killing two police officers at the entrance members of the sure gang were reportedly identified by employees of the station as the attackers although there's been no official confirmation so far the gang detonated four bombs equivalent to ten kilos of t.n.t. the explosions didn't damage the planned day and didn't affect the electricity supply of the region security has been tightened at all the energy facilities across russia manhunt is underway although. less violence than are the nearby north caucasus republics such as. it was a scene of the fierce fighting in october two thousand and five then dozens of
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militants stormed the capital city tonight chief attacking police man and government officers one hundred and forty people were killed among them ninety two militants last ten attacks on law enforcement officials. in this region is in the very heart of russia's north caucasus known to be a haven for militants well that was my disease of reporting from russia some republicans come out of the noble idea well let's not talk live to don't to demean the public on of. all political studies for more help us to tag on this but a call that many thanks for joining us now do you think this attack all of palestine in is an indication that militants of the region looking for a new tulloch is possibly applying new tactics. i was. looking for new that this is actually improving taking any opportunity.
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to. improve significantly and the rest of this to d.h. is much better from economic and social point of view people have more hopes and optimism for the future and therefore the positions of their weiland millet them sound radical islamists here significantly degrading so therefore they use any opportunity it to gets back in the tension with their activities and they even. on the think such acts as committed that they have power stations here that helps mistake the of the situation in the region look in this particular case now investigators all pointing to poor security at the plant do you think the government's taking security and find someone like this seriously you know. i think that the government has learned a lesson from this case and now the security measures will be even done the
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problem here is that there is a general kind of misunderstanding between the local police and people and also this edition has been developing like that for several years and there are many reasons for that. there is no big respect for us as for security forces here so unfortunately there is much more to be done with the public opinion as well to ensure that people are also involved in various security measures and i think the government now is think of the show as quite serious today and will try to avoid repetition of any such events let's talk about the timing of all of this now as you were saying that he had the republicans come to the nobel committee had done normally seen less violent than all the north caucuses republics so why do you think the kind of the a time was carried out that. now. while i think that there is no particular
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reason for i've carried out now about this for the plates i agree with you both that probably if. you will try to get out for those sorts of the most say first republican no this is all there takes all these you know so they always try to at their strongholds like for instance it was in central asia when they were taking his biggest on which was one of the strongest states therefore saying ok for we in this strong state then will be able to win in their weak state as well so i think here this is what they tried to repeat this situation so they are taking the safe fierce and the strongest one of the strongest republics which literally lies in the heart of the officers they don't continue to do poorly conal from the center for the new school studies many thoughts and speaking to us. thank you. well you kind of course find more stories and analysis on our web site that's all t.v. dot com without the veil of all to you whenever you want it here's some of what
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else we found online right now for an iraqi american cern's his own skin into a canvas for the memories of a forgotten war he's determined to draw attention to those killed in iraq any way he can. and that impressive fourth is gathering in ukraine seaside resorts is the bikers from around the world garo to show off their mettle for more head to r.t. dot com. the un's highest court has ruled kosovo's declaration of independence from serbia did not violate international law the decision rejects a claim by serbia but is a non the finding well these are live pictures i believe that we're now bringing you from the court hearing at the hague where the ruling walls and now it's just a few moments ago because those ethnic albanian majority declared independence from belgrade in february of two thousand and eight after un brokered negotiations
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failed the u.s. and most european nations recognize the move but serbia balanced by russia and by china called it a violation of its territorial integrity or kosovo have previously been administered by the un following the naysay bombing campaign against serbia in one thousand nine hundred ninety s. talk about a journalist and historian in the bush a mallet show about this decision he joins us live from washington this much medical so joining us there what do you think of the court's ruling. it's pretty much a death sentence for international law this is a textbook case of a clear violation of both the un resolution twelve forty four and all the accepted norms of international law i honestly was expecting a more nuanced decision along the lines of it was illegal but it doesn't matter i quite honestly didn't expect the world court to take such
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a directly pro-american position to be perfectly honest well despite the all personal views on the ruling do you not now agree that it's time for the air and the rest of the world to accept the cost of a will never again be under his rule and discuss how will ations are going to work in the future. i personally disagree with that i don't think that any government in serbia can survive if it adopts such a position. the course of the case of course or just a naked land grab and if it's allowed to stand and serbia itself may actually soon fall apart and disappear serbia as a country cannot afford to simply let this slide but the region has been suffering from volatile ethnic and religious differences for decades now isn't this a chance to draw a line in the sand and really start afresh i mean what does that we're want to see happen. well that's a good question to the government in serbia which has been completely subservient
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to western interests for years would like nothing more than didn't to be admitted into the european union and turned serbia into just another vassal state. the people of serbia well it's really hard to tell the vast majority of them i'm convinced are against the this decision and they're against that policy and even joining the e.u. because of the promises that were made of big donations development programs living standards and now that we see that none of these promises have panned out and that they were false to begin with i would be very surprised if the majority of people of serbia continue to support this government the issue is you don't draw a line in the sand when you are clearly in the loss for the past twenty years there have been wars and conflicts in the balkans stemming from the collapse of yugoslavia and each time there was any sort of dispute the serbs turned out to be on the losing end and the principles that the so-called international community
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adopted along the way varied according to the needs of the moment so in one thousand nine hundred one succession was all great and ok but the borders of their publics were sacred and then in one thousand two it was self-determination and then in one thousand nine it was self-determination again but the borders were sacred except the borders of serbia which were not accepted waters of course which are this is there's no principle here really that can consistently apply over the past twenty years except the serbs always lose and that's clearly not a principle you can build a policy i mismanage is clearly a long and tangled history but even before this ruling course of i was describing it south as a country of stability a country that and as a functional state thanks to the support of the u.s. and said why do you think that said they want to risk all of us. what course of always a much independent does munch a quart of vichy france was in world war two it's a public stage and it suffers from endemic corruption abuses of power in its
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government structure can be best described as organized crime is not a state in any way shape or form just because the u.s. state department says it is a doesn't mean it is. well mr bowers afraid we're out of time that was journalist and historian no boy should manage joining us from washington many thanks. moving to israel now where an arab man has been sentenced to eighteen months for a rape by deception so bought it because sure tricks a woman into having sex with him by claiming to be jewish while he plans to appeal that decision and dissolve the reports even couples who choose to have interfaith relationships face this tennessee. this jewish jerusalem suburb is surrounded by arab neighborhoods and far from cultivating a culture of tolerance vigilante style jewish patrol groups calling themselves fire for judaism stand watch outside the local shopping mall their mission to prevent
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arab men mixing with local jewish girls the municipality has created a twenty four hour hotline where parents and friends can phone to rat on jewish girls breaking this to boot a specially trained team of counselors and psychologists is on standby to rescue them at least for more. it's important to save our traditions culture history and identity because without this who are we from my experience we can see that the chances for a healthy relationship between is really jewish woman and an arab man very very low it's because of the great differences between these two cultures share up with any of the most recent case involves an arab man who posed as a jewish bachelor a jewish woman agreed to have sex with him but after she found out he was an arab and not a jew she filed a police complaint the courts took the case so seriously that he's now being convicted of rape by deception and same tools to eighteen months and present to the judge that he had an obligation to protect the public concept the state of
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criminals who could no innocent victims but reactions to the verdict defer i think if the women want to do it it's dark lord a lot different it's our belief or more of a because something negative usually do is girls don't know where they're guys. unless it's a choice you know. there should be choice it in leverage is bad in prison is too much and this is the way that this is going to pick this is ruining our present arrives that we cannot have relationships that we cannot be just human being arabs make up a foot of israel's population but relationships between arabs and jews are rare former palestinian minister ziad abu is a yard says fights break out almost weekly and night clubs and other puppy. places over the issue it's not religion he says it's racism there are jewish gangsters which are against. the relations between george. bush.
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hunting jews. who can go out to a bar bored. with another guy. and force them to break. in the two years rummy where here and kid he been touched or have been together they've never been physically threatened he's muslim she's jewish but they're not thinking about leaving israel because they say it's simply too difficult on other levels and when my family found out they were very adamant about cutting me off on every level. for acting as a traitor to everybody and for being in israel and shit and making that choice right now israeli parliamentarians are considering a law that will require prospective israeli citizens to declare loyalty to israel as a jewish democratic state i would be israelis are furious most refuse to swear allegiance to a state they believe explicitly excludes and marginalizes them police here are t.
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gesture. ok let's get a check on some other world news. north korea have a whole song military exercises between south korea and the us to be canceled calling them a threat to global peace it also described new u.s. sanctions as a clear expression of intensified hostility hillary clinton is expected to discuss the issue during the at the our regional forum tension was heightened considerably in march of the north korea was accused of sinking a warship but longing to the south. in the iraqi city of baquba at least fifteen people have been killed after a car bomb explosion more than a full including children were injured. the blast went off in a shopping area near a shia mosque causing the partial collapse of houses and setting cars on fire it was the third is how this week in the northern dial up province. so i think sharon
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who is sweeping across southern sinai bringing more terentia will bring to the country the storm call myself a severe flooding and landslides that left more than seven hundred people dead three hundred forty seven missing so far this year many roads bridges and tunnels is have come out officials say damages from severe weather conditions are in the tens of billions of dollars it's the worst flooding in the country in over a decade. ok ten minutes from now we'll look at how the arab minority in israel has felt intimidated three years first though let's check up on the nation's business needs. to business on usually uncertain was how ben bernanke he described the prospects for the world's biggest economy the response by the financial markets to the federal reserve chief testimony has also been one of all certainty as his comments fuel fears about the strength of the global recovery but then of course you know
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reports. ben bernanke used testimony did little to reassure the financial markets about the durability of the global economic recovery growth on the one hand he declared there was little probability of the recession returning but on the other his says it a number of first factors including high unemployment and the weak housing market an important drag on household spending is the slow recovery in the labor market and the attendant uncertainty about job prospects after two years of job losses private payrolls expanded at an average of about one hundred thousand per month during the first half of this year a pace insufficient to reduce the unemployment rate materially the chairman said the central bank stooge ready to further ease monetary policy if they recover he showed signs of stalling but with interest rates close to zero he has little room to maneuver and here in europe there are at dish no layers of uncertainty in the immediate future there of the results of the e.u.
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bank stress tests to contend with there's also the prospect that this sovereign debt crisis will come back to haunt the markets once the summer low is over but for the time being at least investors are able to take some confidence from unexpectedly strong corporate results from both sides of the atlantic when you know it's not business. time for the stock markets wall street is surging ahead in the opening hour of to take firm three second quarter earnings jumped forty three percent if the top gave up over three percent. european shares are also rising off the manufacturing and services rose in july when this expect it of for nokia has revealed some bad news off the quarter to profit fell forty percent to two hundred ninety million dollars experts say it's like getting behind in small for innovation it shares all slightly out. of here in moscow markets have made up the morning's losses they're up almost a percent more than normal to mikkel is some two and
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a half percent higher on news pulse limits those. almost twenty five million dollars last year a thirty percent pay rise but hydro owner of the plant suffered a terrorist clause yesterday down. through chain lentil says it's back in the black with some petersburg based discounter posted a profit of eleven point three million dollars last year after a twelve point four million dollar loss in two thousand and eight the firm has thirty seven hundred markets across eighteen russian cities. the profitability of russian business is increased eighty six percent in the first five months of this year compared to two thousand and nine the statistics service says the combined pretax profits in law and midsize companies climbed to eighty billion dollars firms working in the extraction utilities and processing industries were among top gainers meanwhile the number of companies recording a loss dropped by just two point six percent compared to the first months of two thousand and nine when the country was in the depths of recession russia is
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suffering its worst drought for a century sixteen regions have declared a state of emergency and the we told is predicted to be twenty percent lower than last year the head of the country's green union is warning the poor crop could push up meat and milk prices if get in the door she an economist a trust bank says the drought could lead to inflation but not straight away. this is very likely to generate negative information make negative negative price growth rates in august with the piece will be deflation so finally we will see. this will decrease the total year to the inflation from four point seven percent four point eight percent by the end of july to a lower. september the secretion a change unfortunately because of the drought this for like the producer because of produce the world will be weaker than usual and the decrease in prices will be limited and patient will begin will appear in september will be exhilarating faster
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than one might have expected about a drought now the russian government wants to restructure car tax and raise excise duty on petrol speaking exclusively to r.t. alex a rich man off from the ministry of industry says his department will push for further changes to the tax regime if proposals fail to make people buy more more than and greener cars eve for example there will be a decision to council transportation tax and migrate towards the excise us didn't really have to do the calculation to understand whether and how we can also manage differently new all incentives because if the excise tax will be structured in such a way that it will not give enough incentives for the buying greener new or in the higher technology cars then we probably will have to talk about substitutional transportation tax or something else for example call it a tax or weight darks like in japan or i don't know the age tax which can be
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also structured through insurance schemes. that's the latest we'll be going live to an expert in london to check on the eurozone economy next hour to join us that. the.
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