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here's of extreme nationalism spreading through europe as far as austrian politicians become the latest event is this time of an anti islam and an internet it. world leaders get down to business are you in the ne and summit to review the triumphs and thank you so far to go over to against a continued snobbish economy. changing the world one who want at a time the russian scientist on the mission to prove the power of in mind any people can use their aura to alter the environment around them. and it's been two decades since russia wish to market economy business r.t. speak suppose a form of finance minister who helped his country for similar changes more investments in twenty minutes.
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though you're watching r.t. live from moscow will straight to our top story the far right parties have been notching up impressive electoral gains across europe in recent months and see islamic agendas and calls for integration clampdowns are central to their campaigns something which helped the sweden democrats get their parliament and the export of grounds austria were all to easy groden of examines how right wing politicians on gearing up for saturday's poll. oh god i buy most game is a simple as message take a and shoot down as many tests as you can out as they rise relentlessly above all still alpine style i was if you're not quick enough of the country is islam was the
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son of a thing or something we're defending our rights our traditions by our culture we don't want to be dissolved into islamised priestly nor do we want there to be no if i'm in societies in our country you're going to be released by the right wing freedom party as part of its bid for election into regional government in styria austria second largest province the game has hit the wrong nerve within twenty four hours if you see more than two hundred thousand where it's been a week it was back to compete again may have been just a small part of a political campaign but the reaction has been nothing but the firestorm of outrage there around five hundred thousand muslims in australia together with the green community leaders see the freedom party emotions seen as a gamble and islam is a reality then we want to build mosques and we will build them anyway she and i have a vision of the future where every town or city in austria has a mosque with a minaret and a neighbor can see from the ex a can barrymore share the judicial authorities
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upheld the complaint and ruled that the game went beyond acceptable discussions tossing the freedom party to take it down from its website it's unheard of and all the numbers who play the game show that islam is a very important issue of working thanks to us it was talked about in the first major scene but the judicial system is meddling in politics and stuff in every discussion of base if they had many say the ban has had the reverse effect there's not even a single minaret in styria and less than two percent of the population a muslim the freedom party failed to get the single seat at the last election now it's expected to triple its way and put a dent in the ruling coalition of the centrist party to him it will be a change in. the whole system goes i have to feeling it's just it's already against these two factors but they like to just position themselves as like the resistance of the true origin people which is kind of being suppressed by the by the status quo if the freedom party pulls well it will follow the footsteps of recent
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successes by far right parties in sweden and the netherlands. it appears that no longer can the centrist parties ignore the voices of those only by the immigration or they risk being penalized at the ballot box. altie. stary. the us maybe putting the iraq war in the past but as we hear a few minutes iraq is too easy for the future to the west wave of violence since america's combat mission ended why security still feels like a distant promise for civilians. u.n. secretary general ban ki moon is calling for world leaders to on their promises to end world poverty made a decade ago speaking at a special u.n. summit he said the target of having global poverty and hunger by two thousand and fifteen will still achieve a goal despite the economic downturn is an essential gives an overview of the event
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that's the talk of new york. we have a so-called millennium development goal summit taking place where leaders will be talking about the commitments they have made ten years ago and really will be following up to see what if any of those commitments they have made and there are very important issues being considered at that summit there is really a lot of different activity that is going to be taking place at the u.n. we have hundreds of bilateral meetings taking place where each country tries to push their agenda forward traditionally we all know that new york is a great place to be if you want to spot celebrities but this week it's politicians this is the place where you need to be if you want to see chavez crossing the street with the loud crowds following him or if you want to see the french president sarkozy and carla bruni going to one of new york's chic restaurants to have lunch is mahmoud ahmadinejad really stealing the spotlight this year we're expecting protests to take place all throughout the entire week there are ads all over new york city against mahmoud ahmadinejad and of course he's going to be making speeches and that is something that's also very closely watched and.
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traditionally we see u.s. delegations walking out when he makes a speech and so on so definitely he's the man stealing the show for now this time around here as well speaking on the u.n. summit sidelines in rome as leader says the biggest trouble facing the world is domination by the united states in an exclusive interview with well we don't want a new job to explain so he wants to change the existing world order. we believe that the biggest problem for the world is the way it's right this unilateral decision making has brought the world to the brink of dangers it has led to an arms race it is led to a massive growth of nuclear arsenals it builds up tensions which lead to more sales of weapons more planes missiles tanks and what is all that for is it to serve peace that alone can ignite a war i want to stress again that the main problem for the world is the way it's managed and we believe it should be reformed and improved and reformed it shall be
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that is at least on our agenda to change the management of the world yes and the current manager. the united states. you've said it yourself and you are now working to change that. part of it is the united states the other is the culture that it brings about the third is the relations between nations but we're not the only one which seeks to alter the existing order most of the world's nations are unhappy with the current status quo it's a program where the. well that when you offer them to deal with the iranian president. they could stay say stay with us. a. wave of insurgent violence has been sweeping across iraq following the withdrawal of u.s. combat troops last month some fifty thousand americans remain in the country to train and support the local security forces but it's all it seems coarsely reports
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many are still not ready for the job even after seven years of lean on washington sold. dark and dangerous and body armor it does little to protect against the fact that they're not welcome here they're doing a dismount a patrol through one of the iraqi neighborhoods trying to prevent counterattack fire this is a bomb his team his state of mind the mission providing training support and backup to the iraqi police when they get to our level we go over our operations order and planning for the actual missions we're going to do then we do it for you brief that we actually go and execute these type missions that we're on now but the u.s. mission to have a fully functioning iraqi security force did not protect surprise this news has been four years ago disappeared without a trace on its. call to me and said he was coming to be i said the situation is really bad don't come but he said now i have to say the safire's certain husbands did and all the families of tens of thousands of iraqis have also disappeared since
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two thousand and three human rights organizations put some of the blame with the local security forces these trainees are not always the mite candidates for the job a lot of them they have come from illiterate you know by ground zero or some of them they are just the from the tribes and clans some of them just because they are part of the political parties militias and so on and the problem is compounded by the limited training they given you can apply for them in front of these. people being stopped at a checkpoint back there needs to be some of the few months of training that appears to be the search vehicles for car bombs this. in stone i think. and it's a far cry from what is needed. they are not untrained but the training they receive is not enough the americans only thought to create an iraqi army in two thousand and four by then it was too late because the terrorists already infiltrated. but
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with the increase of violence in iraq in recent weeks the need for a competent domestic security force has never been greater but whether or not the u.s. and iraq can meister the challenge is too good to be seen. r.t. baghdad. well still to come in the program the scientist who says your all changed the world. with delving into the world of energy field thoughts some people describe as your order to try to separate the science from the met. class of these georgian street traders being banned from what officials call a filthy business where just a few minutes. this
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is st still keeps its secrets but now it's time to reveal it in the soviet father's house on the embankment. now to some other stories making headlines around the world. a bus carrying nearly thirty school children has plunged into a river in pakistani kashmir killing at least eleven of them the driver and four children had been rescued but the rest of the dead hundreds joined in the search
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could increase in their quest and the river is known at its peak because of heavy rains and flooding making the rescue effort difficult officials say draw that aaron was the most likely cause of the accident. nine nato troops have been killed in a helicopter crash in southern afghanistan an american civilian is among four others who were injured but allen says there were no reports of any fall in the area there have been five hundred twenty nine recorded and they took it's hard to see it making it the deadliest of the nine you know. north korean state media is reporting that the country's ruling party hold its first conference of thirty years next week it's thought ailing leader kim jong il will name his successor just like you to believe his son's meeting has been delayed several times a priority to kim's home. problems fishel saying it's because the country has been dealing with deadly floods and the typhoon. palestinian leader
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mahmoud abbas says he will accept the existence of israel as long as israel does likewise for the palestinian autonomy it follows a request from prime minister benjamin netanyahu for palestinians to recognize the jewish state this comes amid new tension on the issue of jewish settlements in the west bank of the revival of direct peace talks between the two parties. the colombian army says it killed a senior military commander in a major upgrade at the country's border with ecuador this weekend sister called on the twenty seventh graders who died also being wanted by respire curtained trafficking it's thought he was behind an attack on police within a week in the border town of san miguel which killed eight officers in a series of militant strikes on me since then knew that its new president just.
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george's street traders say the government's throwing them on the scrap heap they've been banned because the authorities say they're a danger to public health bizarre reports that's putting some vendors down a one way street to poverty. to mormonism which really has cerebral palsy and is the sole provider for her family a mother cat yvonne lost her only source of income when a new ban on street selling came into effect in tbilisi and is now forced to rely on time as social benefits to make ends meet. months ago we were told to get off the street answer them honestly and without prior warning they said a new law was coming into force and were not allowed to trade in the street and longer they didn't offer any jobs or alternative sides in exchange kids yvonne was widowed ten years ago she raised her three daughters and nephew on her own but says she
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never felt this desperate and helpless the city authorities say they had the public's best interests in mind when they passed the baton street ending. the interests of street vendors are very important but you cannot act in their interest alone by ignoring other people's needs many of the people who lived in buildings near these vendors complained about the bad smell a lot of these vendors sold highly perishable goods and didn't hygiene procedures the daily bread for a store with this market is just under three dollars a day this may sound low to westerners but for many georgians it's still too much there are more than six thousand spaces available at google says markets just like this one and the mayor wants the street vendor stores here off the streets but the vendors so you do not have the money to pay for market fees they believe the city administration is simply trying to put up a pretty fair side while they or their families are forced to go hungry. if you're not going to really see georgia. well if your story on air remember you can always
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watch it on our website news features and blogs a bit of us have a quick look at what you can find just a click away at r.t. dot com the story here is wearing a head with its plans to join us said. find out why local professor thinks it may actually damage the country's economy. plus the race for the untapped and that the riches of the arctic is on. most an international conference expected to see some debate for details for us all to talk. now we often hear these days about the power of positive thinking usually this focuses on what it can do for the individual but now
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a russian scientist says it can also benefit the world around us. looks at the science behind the claims. and you don't rightly influence the world around you just the power of your mind although it might sound far fetched a leading russian scientist believes we can do exactly that and using a device the fate of us human energy fields is attempting to prove. it's. walt and we. can directly influence our world to bridge your understanding of the unseen world advantaging a scientific experiment carried out using a technique called by electric for took a fairly itself and the way it constantly and it ended up by that took a big but to capture this and if you build this thing of the lights around the body or what some people with you or i. discovered in the one nine hundred thirty s.
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by russian inventor semi uncannily and he realized that stimulating a subject with a schulz electrical impulse gets a burst of light photons and electrons around subjects it looks like war but they don't like this word because it has some metaphysical. i prefer as award energy fields but the device itself each finger individually with different thing is responsible for different parts of the body and feeds the information into a computer twenty. one supposed benefits of this technique is early diagnosis a serious illness like heart disease and cancer but some who work in the mainstream medical profession remain unconvinced incurious from the point of view of today's medicine i don't think this can be used as medical evidence and i would even go further and say that it's harmful rather than harmless as it diverts people from the true causes of the illness and from the truly effective treatment and some of
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the claims in energy field research even mall far reaching with him or with our intentions we can directly influence what environment our space of course this idea is absolutely new that's why it has a lot of criticism still it has a very important message for all of us because we demonstrated that positive and more it's they have very strong influence but the same even more strongly has negative for more since but in one case energy comes up you know it's come about so or you can means that we. develop our self ability to create life. was it more we change space also the idea that up has no energy can change the structures the world around us is. deep skepticism that in the stairs by election photography where continue to find
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scientific truth to this day we. have a bit more powerful thoughts on the way as a former american presidential advisor tells us what pulled the world from the brink of nuclear war in the closing cold war days first let's check the main business stories with you in just a few minutes status. hungry for the full story we've got it's. the biggest issues get a human voice face to face with the news makers. hello
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and a very welcome to the business program texas pacific group is in talks to buy ten percent of you to be russia second largest bank the russian government eighty five point five percent of the to be and has officially said it would consider selling ten percent of the bank this year and another twenty five percent in twenty eleven twenty thirteen a deal could take a few weeks and one of the world's biggest private equity firms with forty seven billion dollars under management might not be the only suitor. russian banks are expected to rise by the end of the year that's according to a new report by moscow based ratings company of their ports says this does not indicate a cheery aeration of the sector our banks are becoming more aggressive about clearing up their loan loan portfolios joining me now to discuss the health of
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russian. paints with general director of frustration is henceforth thank you very much for joining us so you project bet that russian banks will increase by the end of the year but you say this is not a bad thing why is that. while the. bad loans that already exist on the balance sheets. are still coming out but the bad loans that were issued before the crisis. so in a sense what we're seeing is that since the level of loans in russia is only now beginning to increase. the bad loans from the crisis are still coming out there will be a slight increase. the percentage of bad loans to the total loans however the level of of losses for the bikes is
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is manageable at about ten percent and is covered by the reserves that the banks already have. so understanding the problem is already a long way to solving the problem so i think that the russian banks now have an opportunity to deal with the problems that have arisen during the crisis get over them and to go forward and to begin to extend borrowing to the economy what do you think the crisis have on three russian banking sector has it to merge clean and meena. yes i think they have done crises are always very good for banks when they are able to clean up their balance sheets and when they're able to understand the problems that they have. worked through i think that this crisis like the other crises that russian banks have had is going to have a beneficial medium and long term effect on the russian banks and therefore i think
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that in a sense from a macro economic point of view this has been a good crisis for the russian banks. which of interest rates are falling for ten times in a row in the last eighteen months from fashion percent to seven point seventy five percent is this generally helpful for the banks. it's definitely helpful. but it's simply an indication of the fact that the cost of money in russia is forming but it's still not to the very low level and so many of the borrowers and for many of the associations of the of manufacturers they still feel that the level of interest rates that the banks are requiring them to pay is still too high so i still feel that interest rates will can will continue to fall. we will also see. a decrease in. the difference between the
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cost of money for the banks and the cost that they are able to the. the price they will get you for their money has called a net interest margin that is going to decrease at the moment in russia it is very very strong it's somewhere between seven and nine percent which for many banks in the world would be a huge margin so russia russian banks can see a very large profitability on the lending that they are able to do but do you think we are reaching proportion with the rate cycle. i think it's probably going to worse still gonna see some more bad news come out because i don't believe that all of the banks in russia how fully clean their balance sheets they are waiting till they become stronger and they see signs of growth themself before they're going to . completely clean up their balance sheets but in general in terms of the economic
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situation i think that we've seen the bottom of the cycle already. and i think that the. we're already beginning to see some signs of an increase in lending total credit portfolios are up this month and last month and i think we'll see them growing steadily towards the end of the year generally the banks are very optimistic about the future and are looking forward to investing in fact the problem for most banks now is to find good. companies that they can invest in the searching for good borrowers this is this for me is an optimistic sign is that banks are going out wanting to lend and are trying to find borrowers that will take their money richard and very briefly a market for trading retail but fall of baghdad is starting to develop in russia what's the value of that market. the moment in terms of the balance sheet
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cost is about a billion dollars of retail loans however we have estimated that the total amount of bods debt of non-performing retail loans is about twelve billion dollars so that's about ninety nine percent is what the market is currently. absorbing. in other parts of the world a typical figure is about twenty percent so the you know we can see that the market has started there is nine percent of potential volumes a big traded but not coming that can double already to eighteen to twenty percent. mr hands where thank you very much for your analysis general director first rating richard henceforth and that's it we have time for now but you can always get more news from our website r.t.
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