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let's go to support of. preventing the arctic from turning into a battlefield scientific authorities join forces for the future of the region well . territory for dialogue or disputes hundreds are gathering in moscow for the international market for all the details in just a few months. russia won't be selling its a defense missiles to iran in compliance with the latest u.n. sanctions on the islamic republic. a tough talks at the u.n. millennium summit it's a gripping the big. russian nato meeting on missile defense and talks on how to deal with iran all this taking place in new york we'll bring you all the latest just ahead in the program.
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hello this is r.t. it's ten pm here in moscow now i'm kevin zero in with the top stories for you. and first the arctic some tops of natural wealth is a source of great some taishan for the countries surrounding the cup millions of barrels of oil lie beneath the sea in the arctic nations are keen to secure their share indeed some of the finest scientific minds of now gathered in moscow than to make sure of a different kind of cold war that doesn't break out he's. fifty billion tons of oil one thousand trillion cubic feet of gas that's enough to supply the internal world for more than a few years and it's just an estimate of what's hidden in the arctic seabed. the underwater riches of the north pole are a temptation for the five arctic states russia the us canada norway and denmark but how does one determine who gets the bigger slice of the pie so we're going to today
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we really need a national geography a geography that would help us pursue our national interests. the territorial dispute tottered on the brink of conflict for years but lately they need to fight it out seem to fade away suddenly everybody is talking about the vast amount of riches on the sea floor and and how nations will carve up the region for themselves in the arctic states the coastal states and take particular i've also talked about their stewardship responsibility the stewardship is in the interest of all mankind so at the same time there are expressions of national interest there are expressions of common interest and so really the balance is one of of achieving national interests and common interests not just for the card states themselves but for the world as a whole the north pole glitters with possibilities and it's not just the arctic states that feel the pull of their region i was in the arctic. you know i was only five of the two thousand and six in the north pole and then also last year we
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all met with the arctic of the arctic region represents a very important part of the world in a very fragile. environment a fragile ecosystem that we need to protect the strategic interests in the arctic is global once this northernmost part of the world is better explored there are only a few minor points where there are disputes most of this is undisputed sovereign territory there's a number of companies and i think in europe and i would like germany back you know i think kingdom and china and all those who are also very it's now in the arctic ocean some recourse of the shipping not because of the resources because of the potential for making a shorter route from through your giving up the arctic is like walking on thin ice and the chance to tread lightly and work out existing differences is welcomed by all. this is as close as most people will ever come to the arctic but its unique
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nature and vast natural resources are more than enough to entice one and all those attending the forum hope the enticement will help bridge differences keeping everybody on the same pole. catherine as our. spoke to nikita of selling coffees and arctic expertise just returned from the planet's northernmost region he told me the precautions must be taken to protect its unique wildlife but the situation is that we can just see the changes from the arctic and. a few of the scheme as a save the changes than the climate changes which are impacting wildlife particular most vulnerable spaces like polar bears you know if we're careful and they for a minute show that david is properly it's ok by the political will of course when we work in our field would take precautions but that's political decision to make
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this a rule that nothing is done that could really damage the arctic environment too much damage has already been done by previous exploration of the arctic and we're already destroyed a lot of. pollutant a lot and then we have to invest huge money just to clean this. about this story from the president of iceland on a full ragnor he told r.t. that russia made a positive step in launching negotiations by planting a flag in the arctic seabed three years ago. i had been trying for ten years still speak about the arctic issues to people in europe in the united states and elsewhere and there was very little interest but suddenly where the russians put the flag of the bottom of the article shut everybody woke up but i realized times had the right so i think when we look back to east of warsaw our welcomed opening court to the rest of the world that now we need to come together and and create
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a successful framework for corporation. and just let you know you can watch the full interview with the president of iceland in our spotlight program throughout the day on thursday here in r.t. . president to be preventive zoltan a ban on the supply of russian advanced and defense missile systems to around moscow says it shelved the sales because the missiles fall under the latest u.n. sanctions on to round out his natal enough to cover a port. i mean people step russia is not anymore going to sell its ass three hundred and two missile defense systems to iran i do to the recency imposed by the u.n. security council sanctions against the country's nuclear program and the extensions suggest that any sale of weapons to limited country including military planes
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that we have a stance in accordance a missile defense shield now then you shouldn't be moved into on the signs back in two thousand and seven when launches we still fight that has been done but. to the countries now they didn't have visitors but according to bush's people doubt whether this contract to be canceled altogether will depend on iran's actions we're still waiting to see here runs on this decision over the russian authorities but russia has already once was food delivery will best thing hundred missiles to iran last winter and that the decision was not at all welcomes in iran so it is unlikely that it will be welcomed at this time but i shouldn't have done what they did here these. recent be they built together a nuclear plant the first nuclear front in iran in the physical shares so it doesn't look like there's somewhat ration between the two countries and that we're
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so we still have you are hear from iranian authorities that talking over cova it goes well from the moscow based institute of world economy and international relations says that russia's decision to stop selling missiles to iran will be a serious blow to iran's defense capabilities no. iran is totally dependent on a contract on its contract with most call if it wants to provide security for its airspace and there is no other way to get similar missiles but to purchase them from russia russian as three hundred complex it's not only missiles those are launched baird's it also read our facilities and so on is the state of the art equipment and international experts all agree to that i guess that will affect their relations with current us with the judge regime in iran but i think the iranian authorities have to understand the message the message from international community here they have to change something in the attitude towards the outer world and they have to think twice before going on with their nuclear program
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there's been increasing speculation surrounding the possibility of israel and the us bombing nuclear sites in iran and later on this channel people of eleanor's cross-talk guess discuss whether to run poses a threat to its neighbors or whether such an attack is in fact being prepared. anything in iran is negative according to the united states only thing that iran has yet to be accused of by the united states is global warming and perhaps that will come up later on but i think what is more important is anything to do with iran taking hostages with iran killing marines in lebanon with marines attacking military views and how do you. think you're going to. hear a war out. of the bed and that's why they have a problem with the no i think i think i think you have a problem with your history classes in the united states iranian american relations didn't begin with the embassy takeover they began with the united states
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overthrowing the national government in iran through a coup to installing a puppet shar and then draining the country's resources for decades. across talk on r.t. in just over an hour's time. the u.s. has vowed to expand cooperation with russia on missile defense global security and conventional limits in europe these were discussed at the russian nato council on the sidelines of the u.n. summit in new york he's honest in situ and it brings us more the major issues of the talks. earlier today a meeting of russian nato council took place here in new york ahead of us summits being planned for november in lisbon the issues were that were discussed at this meeting were the stepping up of the fight against drug trafficking in afghanistan issues of security in europe as well as missile defense as we know in the last couple of days the secretary general of nato has really been calling for and
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pushing for the possibility of cooperation and a joint project between russia and nato when it comes to missile defense and so far it however he told the press earlier today that no details have been worked out no specifics have been discussed but this is something that nato hopes can be done in the nearest future in these nearest talks now russian nato continue to disagree on issues of georgia and moldova and as we know of course that russia and nato have had a sort of difficult relationship because of the war back in two thousand and eight and because of the issue of nato eastward expansion but now we're hearing today in new york from the secretary general of nato that he hopes that these ties between the alliance and russia can become closer and this is what he told the media the joint review of the twenty first century common security challenges. call peroration on afghanistan. more practical cooperation in try to cherish all
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piracy hopefully from my point of view as star controllers corporation cherry tauriel defense today corporation with russia in addressing these challenges is no longer just an opportunity to build a better relationship with russia it has become a necessity if we want to be effective in preserving our common security and that is the charlotte from beijing from which we can and will move forward now another important event taking place today here in new york is of course the meeting of the five permanent members of the. cuti council plus germany where it is being planned to assess whether or not the same sions that were imposed by the security council the fourth round of sanctions imposed on iran this june whether or not they have been effective and whether the international community these six countries should consider additional steps to make sure that iran hears the voice of the international community but it's important that the russian foreign minister
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earlier sergei lavrov said that he feels that certain countries should not be considering additional economic steps when it comes to certain developing nations he didn't name any names but drawing the lines there was clear that he was mentioning the united states and iran and of course we've been seeing only mixed signals from iran as of now iran has been seeing that war is a possibility if the united states attacks its uranium enrichment facilities but iran has also said that the possibility of doors being open is still there. is a quick break ahead but coming up in the program some a love affair with india should be fighting for love as we report find a vigilante group using young couples persecution.
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this is street still keeps its secrets but now it's time to reveal. the soviet files house on the embankment. somebody has a brief this wednesday night at least ten people have been killed in an explosion
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in the. northwest of iraq and about twenty others were injured that injuring a military parade as the country mockeries thirtieth anniversary of the beginning of the war with iraq a provincial governor believes that kurdish separatists are behind the attack that . china has demanded the japan release the captain of a fishing boat who was detained in the east china sea the country's premier wen jiabao has threatened to take action against japan if the situation isn't addressed the chinese vessel crashed into two japanese coast guard boats made taiwan two weeks ago the crew were arrested causing pledging to suspend contact with tokyo. commonwealth games in new delhi has been hit by further setbacks off the two athletes pulled out and others cancelled their flights to next month's event over forty officials and competitors from the scottish table but he postponed the journey becomes off the. questions over safety race for the collapse of a foot bridge which injured twenty seven laborers the games take place every four years among many former british colonies. u.s.
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supreme court refused to block the state of virginia's first execution of a woman in nearly a century through the lewis is convicted of too high and killing to collect insurance money judges rejected her lawyers appeal that this will be unconstitutional as the woman has a low i.q. the executions planned for thursday. couples in india who marry against their parents' wishes could face violence or even death all in the name of protecting family on it but a group of so-called love commandos aims to shelters such newlyweds from harm karen saying meets the team of volunteers behind this when. you don't get your life's in danger your girlfriend's been kept captive welcome to the love commandos a newly formed help taking calls from distraught couples who have dared to marry against their family's wishes john because i. will never we get a call that a couple is being threatened if we contact our commandos and tell them to go there
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immediately to help them if they face any problem we inform the police our team of lawyers also reach there so that the couple is not attacked threatened or mistreated. the love commandos include lawyers and social activists and claims to have attracted one hundred forty thousand volunteers across india they have helped rescue many couples from debt by forcing police to intervene. sanjaya not the other young couple in love who ran away from our grasp with their families against their marriage they had nowhere else to turn. we need five complaints to the police but no one to catch when i heard of the helpline i felt some who helped us right away and were staying in there see if. they're having a cent without them we may not have survived. the hell playing started following the recent upsurge in honor killings in northern india in some villages
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local councils death sentences against couples formatting outside their caste or within the same clan i did your parents to do have forgotten they too were young at some point they were also attracted to people and tried to fall in love not all were successful of course i think they take their frustration out on today's youngsters. anonyma a priority for the volunteers who have been targeted by angry relatives and the village councils the help lane operates from five secret locations in the capital and visitors are carefully screened. the work we do we have to do it quietly if anyone asks us our address we don't just give it to us we first ask them to reach a public spot and hear our center we check to see whether he's a trouble maker who only wants to assure that he needs help then we take him with.
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love can sometimes be a dangerous thing in india especially in rural communities but with the love commandos just a phone call away there's a glass the glimmer of hope for the many couples endangered by their feelings for each other and saying hardy new delhi. i was a wealth of stories on our home page as well r.t. dot com let's see what's on there tonight for your georgian street friends as we reported yesterday fun of themselves forced out of a livelihood they say their country failed them when it imposed street trading if you didn't catch us in a story dot com is the place to be tonight. oh and another one from yesterday as well big hits of this one on our website be optimistic of russian scientists says you could change the material world around you with a positive attitude long been said any facts of that play well read more about that story home again it's a place to find out tonight. a little later we'll bring you an interview with a former u.s.
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presidential advisor to get his views about the current global terror threat that's coming up shortly then tonight but business news before that this wednesday evening with charlotte. i'm great for the full stop we've got it. the biggest issues get a human voice face to face with the news maker. and i welcome to the business program with me charlayne was folly to a new copy as operated by foreign companies of open to st petersburg experts say
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the high end i am going to factories will substantially the development of the country's automobile industry prime minister vladimir putin officially open both enterprises and promise to continue supporting foreign investors and tell you how close are reports from st petersburg. it took russia a lot of effort and money to steer the car industry out of the crisis and i would still only to reap all the benefits some progress can already be seen as sales of locally made cars a back to growth and global brands expand their presence the russian government is seeking to develop the domestic manufacturing base by ensuring local production of call components but as we meet some of this is that we will create more attractive investment terms in russia to make it profitable for foreign companies to work here we will also make sure the production will be of the necessary quality in volume to cover the demands of the internal russian market and provide good times for export abroad. st petersburg with its automotive cluster is setting an example of
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how russia goes about further industrial development prime minister vladimir putin has opened the facilities of two more residents of this techno paulk the huge i plant which will be its first full cycle cup production enterprise in russia and magna all to parts factory intended to be a major supplier a car utility plant built by the canadian company will have an annual production capacity equivalent to one hundred million dollars the canadian also components produce a silent supply agreements with him to a general motors that rests on already working in st petersburg area even before its own blog has been officially opened with magnus enterprise the idea to localize full cycle call production in russia will finally become a reality. magnus crew chief executive officer believes russia should continue creating incentives for investors and says he's company is keen to open. car
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companies having the somebody new to grow which means the auto parts industry needs to grow so whether we have ten plants here in ten years or thirty points we're really depends on what we're being asked to do by our customers and how competitive we are. for key growth. areas strategy for a magnet to grow our business in russia as much as sixty percent of policy russian cut production for be made locally within the next six years the government believes the increase localization along with more full cycle call factories will provide russia's auto industry with a much needed shot in the arm. business st petersburg staying with the car industry now in sales of luxury models in russia of being one of the main beneficiaries has been rolls royce as the company's c.e.o. explains to business. russia is for us one of the most important
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global luxury car markets in the world we have tripled our sales compared to last years up to now this year that we should see you this year increased over twenty percent of the least for the luxury car market segment of course china is reprieve the russian market for the growth potential in the way of how fast markets are developing you can see that more of us on the same level in china as you see that in russia but of course on a different level of the figures. times take a look at the markets now and here in moscow stocks and closed in the red energy majors gazprom are often after the main loser and trading more than one percent on the r.t.s. bucking the downward trend there was new poil which finished almost three point five percent. now latest figures show that russia's economy shrank by no point four percent in august compared to the previous month that's after seasonal factors were taken into account such as the record drought agriculture accounted for about sixty
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percent of the decline while transport also showed low dynamics according to a report by the finance ministry on an annualized basis gross domestic product grew two point four percent in august the russians still make a service dollars reportedly planning to spin off its gold assets and list the new company on the london stock exchange the financial times newspaper says the offering may take place later this year and could be worth as much as four billion dollars citing people close to the company the paper that seven star will retain a seventy percent stake in the gold unit have a star has been expanding it for failure to go in a series of acquisitions including the recent purchase of canada's crude gold meanwhile very own prices are currently at record highs as investors use their precious metal as a hedge against economic uncertainty and inflation. you can always find more stories on our website r.t. dot com slash business.
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