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within the twenty first century world arena as a strong stable independent economy. the deal in the construction of the nuclear power plant is a major project. you need to make leave you reach the goals we set this power plant will account for vietnam's energy markets and we allowed to develop. not only produces and prices but also uses other sources of energy which is very important in today's world. countries are eager to develop in the energy sector their agreement under construction. in vietnam demonstrates to specialties we have. we have in russian technology. to continue working together in the. pacific region is responsible for sixty percent of the world's g.d.p.
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and as the russian leader himself said today it is the strongest emerging economy in the world today russia of course wants a bigger role and its development and its ambitions because it has a lot of potential but the russian leader he was very pleased about his visit everything starting with the weather which he said was a reflection on how good the relationship between moscow and the noise whether here has been perfect the sky is very warm not too hot not too cold he also spoke about his experience of vietnamese food saying that. might be a little too spicy but he actually prefers his food that way so it was a very pleasurable experience for him not only did he manage to take any experience he also met a grand during a later part of his program we met in these ladies and he said that me as somewhat of a role model for her and that her biggest wish would be to shake his head the russian president said that is possibly one of the easiest wishes to grant to do exactly
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that shaking lady's head he certainly seemed pretty good impressions for everyone so far. reporting there from. now russia and georgia could be entangled in a spy scandal with reports the b.b.c. detained it twenty people on friday for espionage an anonymous source quoted by reuters said those detained are all georgian and are suspected of being part of a spy network gathering information for moscow the georgian interior ministry has so far refused to comment and says it won't do so want to next week russia's foreign minister sergei lavrov said moscow is not aware of any details as there are no diplomatic relations between the two countries experts say to reseize invasion shows how authoritarian the country is. when someone is arrested they're entitled to due process that means they can call a lawyer that family members can be contacted therefore arrests are announced and
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it never happens i can't tell you how bizarre it is to hear a police spokesman say. i can neither confirm nor deny. that arrests have taken place the secret arrests are the hallmark of a police state there is a new law before the georgian parliament which is called the freedom charter and it's something akin to the patriot act in the united states it will drastically increase the powers of the security service. past its first reading of the georgian part parliament recently and it is possible that some of this trying to create. a social mood to support. one of the country's opposition leaders says tbilisi uses the slightest link to russia as an excuse to prosecute. this kind of charges russian links russian ties russian is spirit is always used in
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georgia as political propaganda i don't know anything about these people but i know that in georgia it's quite enough to be some folding three zero i sure know any spanish maybe sir but you for your failed business in russia are you are family in russia and you are visiting georgia it's quite enough for georgia law enforcement off shows to make criminal you're scared about said. and in a few minutes the ethnically diverse iraqi city of kirkuk is a real tinderbox we'll take you want to raid to prove that the syphon becoming a hotbed for terror attacks. in brazil the incoming reader will have to deal with the enormous gap between the rich and the poor learn about their first steps in a few minutes are. now the first ever joint us russian anti drug czar operation in war torn afghanistan has been hailed a success special forces knocked out for drug labs on the afghan border with
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pakistan and confiscated a ton of heroin a worth hundreds of millions of dollars afghan president hamid karzai condemned the operation claiming it violated the country's sovereignty but russian officials say chorus i statement is confusing as the raid was led by the afghan interior ministry the operation marks russia's return to afghanistan twenty years after soviet troops withdrew from a decade long war against mujahideen insurgents artie's you've got that you have got show over reports how for some moscow's reduced to the u.s. led drugs effort came as a complete shock. this one died so did this one and this one this one died. under reagan national is showing his squadron sealed in the suv it war in afghanistan to give a little more out of the food chain in this picture made it out a long andree was
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a command over mine disposal unit and found that in two years the school took the news there was one people dozens of others last names of them all mines used against soldiers were american mate. the u.s. . which supplied the mujahideen with the quickness and weapons medicine. it was american strong innocence which helped shoot don't know. two decades after the soviet. trade will stay can a back to find out that russia was back in afghanistan again this time with its anime. these are the pictures he saw on the news reports food truck purchasing labs typically in afghanistan and pakistan were destroyed in a special rate and the town apparently went over two hundred million dollars.
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we gave information to all us and asked. the three saudis or some of the operation for three months to be used about seventy special forces three landing helicopters and six of. the whole operation lasted less than. its main experts say washington needed a push before it started to act it's unbelievable to me that it took russia to tell the united states where the drug labs were when we have a hundred thousand troops we've spent eighty billion dollars on intelligence we have a hundred thousand additional contractors so we had to know were crawling all over every inch of that country but it took you know two in fact to out the united states to force us and to embarrass us to cooperate with you to stop the drug trade which is in the interest of the entire world including the united states the north the truck policy includes full just then any other country russia. must be
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confronted it is not however that those who lived across the kind of the fighting in afghanistan is lying to learn against being drawn into. the company started of course it should be special operations carried out against drug cartels but again special units should be in charge of this lord nineteen year old boys should not be recruited for a job every single regime. the plan in detail starting from intelligence insurance or the operation itself and the wrapping up of the operation you know it's easy to get trapped in this war it's hard to get out of it as long as islamist militancy and drunks emanating from again a stand are seen as a threat to its national security and russia is likely to remain a fool sin the region even as the us works out an x. it strategy. faced with a bigger war is sound less reliable neighbors said the region the united states and nato appear willing to accept growing russian influence at this point they need all
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the help they can get at the gathering florrie opportunity in afghanistan is a sign russia is back and this time around not as the us cold war anomie but as a modern day ally exiting the bachelor party moscow. iraqi lawmakers are demanding their government investigate allegations of war crimes now the police comes a week after the online whistleblower wiki leaks released a four hundred thousand secret u.s. documents on the war in iraq the files to detail american forces handing prisoners over to iraqi interrogators despite overwhelming evidence of torture the data also shed light on fifteen thousand killings over the past six years which had been previously unaccounted for iraq's prime minister nuri al maliki says the revelations are aimed at undermining the country's political stability but that's an overreaction and an unlikely motivation for the leak according to one leading
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expert on the country. i think that would be very doubtful to imagine that the wiki leaks and the soldiers responsible for giving these documents to them have the undermining of the iraqi government in mind when they chose this date and let's bear in mind that there hasn't been an iraqi government for seven months so it's not likely if there's many dates to choose from when it comes to releasing this in a sense this is u.s. military documents so it's really unlike any previous media story or report from iraq this is words from their own mouth which makes it very difficult for them to deny it and they're not really doing that if you actually listen to what the pentagon and state department spokesman are saying what they talk about is the critical nature of the nature of the leaks and whether u.s. soldiers are informers or people working with us will be put in danger by them talking about the method of the message rather than the message itself now the message itself paints a very different picture of the iraq the americans have been telling us about the
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last seven years some fifteen thousand iraqi deaths have not been accounted for so the history of iraq is being written by these documents which are as i say from the americans miles themselves. well fifty thousand u.s. troops remain in iraq to train and support local security forces but in many places like kurdish controlled cook the legacy of the american led invasion remains said uncertain what people there fear civil war could eventually over up a sebastian mar reports. a dawn raid a race against time to catch militants off guard in the iraqi province of kirkuk where in the suburb of duck cook and the police have just a few minutes to get into position before sunrise. daybreak's in the raid begins police under the supervision of the u.s. army go door to door searching rooms and checking residents against lists of unknown terrorists the police dominated heavily by kurds have been remarkably successful recently they've cut terror attacks by over fifty percent in the past
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few months these guys are very good they are very good and they're very good at intelligence and develop they are gathering intelligence and developing intelligence and the other sort of very strong police force not worried about it but others mainly the cities non kurds are here in downtown cleveland by the cherokee turf with their own historic claim of the kirkuk is a unique city in iraq a true melting pot of all the different ethnicities in the country but this mixture continues to lead to extremely volatile ethnic tensions a two thousand and nine field report that was recently leaked by the whistleblower wiki leaks states that without strong unfair influence likely from a third party these tensions may quickly turn to violence after the u.s. forces withdraw. in terms of security when the u.s. leaves there will be no independent security force right now the security is from the kurdish side of the city this is the truth when the u.s.
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leaves things will get worse it will be conflicts arabs will stand up and prayed and we should say with certainty and this will. by god forbid but worse it will be . you know an example of this violence wasn't long in coming no more than five minutes after we finished the interview a roadside bomb targeting the police detonated in the center of the city. luckily for the police the terrorists missed it appears that despite the gains that the police are making the american troop withdrawal could easily lead to or turn to sectarianism and care cook for kurds arabs and turkoman alike the consequences of the u.s. led war have left the future of kirkuk very much uncertain sebastian meyer care cook for r.t. . and coming up later this hour the streets of moscow are flooded with vampires devils and pumpkins as it celebrates halloween i'll find out more here on our team . this week global warming skeptics in the u.k.
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mark the second anniversary of what they've dubbed the climate of fools day two years ago as the british parliament was debating a bill to tackle climate change the earliest snow in almost a century fell in london activists claim that chilly coincidence was just the bill is a waste of taxpayers' money right around legal analyst john o'sullivan says climate change is a natural process but it's become a source of profit for governments. nobody disagrees that climate change is climate change before point five billion you we're not all doing something trivial like the issue of climate change the real issue here is corruption now what we're trying to do the governments around the world to show us the evidence it's not good enough to tell us that they have the records we found time off the time here in england with a cigar you last year recently in new zealand when challenge to the government
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agencies cannot produce the records that was advised mental author philip foster. now germany is reevaluating its multicultural society after the chancellor said efforts to build it have utterly failed the merkel says immigrants need to do more to integrate and learning the language of their new homeland should be a priority as our further reports more and more germans feel foreigners are taking over oh. you. learn the language of an accent. we have to make. the message to immigrants in germany integration tough talk from the german chancellor controversial speech recently friended multiculturalism. that it to date on an extremely sensitive issue. which is also called gaza strip because from my blood up to the yes bank becomes
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more and more arabia with high immigration day for the past few decades germany has seen the developments of monocultural communities such as new clothes in west berlin foreign influence in this area really is very evident upon a porn shop and add to this the questions about education failure welfare and crime within immigrant and you've got real problems with many of the popping into president says a lot of people fill holes about immigration. a recent survey conducted by the french foundation in germany found that almost a third of respondents felt that immigrants were coming to exploit the country's welfare system and should be sent home when jokes with almost the same amount of the country is being overrun by foreigners here you have to make sure you have a german here and you have english here and english here and this is this is
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this is nice so everybody can read that but if it is only. turkish people they feel strange and i think where am i living this is an arabian city but should be in securing the base has focused on muslim immigrants with some migrant families reluctant to integrate into a society that they failed is prejudice against. i don't think that changing my personality the way i look the way i talk or my even my mother tongue would change . have an effect on the german culture projects like this local community center to aging integration and teaching children the german language from an early age that with few bilingual arabic will take. families like the sending their children to private school where they do not
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yet. despite the tough rhetoric from the top germany acknowledges that immigration is desirable for its economy that migrants have to be willing to integrate we need to people in all of the industrial countries because we have not so many kids anymore i have no kids germs have no kids so where should the kids come from to work and help the industry going on so we need people from other countries to come in getting. there was too much and. they knew how often they misunderstood others and a major china. now with that they say why dave that would be to try and bridge cultural divides which have been simmering quietly for a long time. there. the. polls have just closed in brazil where people have been voting for a successor to be highly popular president lula da silva and with eighty percent of votes counted dba rousseff from the running and cardio looks set to become the
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country's first female president the national poll suggests she has almost fifty four percent of the vote with their opposition. holding forty six percent rousseff has campaigned on the success of the outgoing president who is credited with lifting millions out of millions of people out of poverty as artie's lauren lyster reports from sao paulo the gap between rich and poor seems to be narrowing. in brazil there are those who live tucked away behind barbed wire walls. and those who live behind shanty cinder block ones guarded gates pave the road to that majority separating rich from poor and cementing the vast divide of inequality that in many ways is the story of latin america but in this developing nation and one of the fastest growing major economies in the world where they are pioneering deep water oil research and ethanol production for example signs of human development to
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marked by a before and after before outgoing president lula da silva took office and. the people didn't recognise the poor today the richer and because the poor own as poor as they were before people have the opportunity. he's increased the job market civil construction for me and for others he's giving jobs to people who didn't have it after eight years in office is a brazil word jobs that really social policies are bringing inequality down income from the poorest in the country has grown eight percent a year while the richest has. only one and a half brazil is part of a trend in latin america of countries that are electing leftist governments that are essentially redistributing wealth to the poor in neighborhoods like this in brazil you see that most evidently and their program called both the familia. the inane and her two daughters live together in one shared room about one hundred square feet in this food vella or slum she gets by on
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a few odd jobs and she gets the equivalent of twenty four u.s. dollars a month from the government through the familia and helps with food or sometimes i use it to pay a bill in return for both the familiar cash to naina has to show the government that her daughter samantha gets her vaccinations and is in school and intends at least eighty five percent of the time samantha's life is one of learning an opportunity where once in a slum like this reaching her age meant dropping out of school to work and help the family this is what i want them to said so in the future they'll have a profession and they're not going to suffer like their parents suffered so i want them to study. at the same time the parents are suffering less the familia is responsible for a sixth of the reduction in poverty in brazil will it cost just a half percent of g.d.p. basically it's considered very cheap and efficient it's a model being transferred globally from mexico to new york city and we're here for
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the first time arguably in its history the walls separating bridge from poor don't look so set in stone. or in mr r t so paulo brazil. and now to some other world news this hour seven worshippers have been killed and at least twenty injured in a police operation to release hostages from a catholic church in baghdad militants took over the church after attacking become trees stock exchange where they killed two guards they were reportedly demanding al qaida members hold them. an explosion in istanbul's main square has left at least thirty two people injured who we say a suicide bomber was targeting police officials the blast occurred near a place where riot police were present in case of protests after this blast more on detonated explosives were found and defused. yemeni authorities
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have released a female student suspected of sending explosives to u.s. synagogues earlier qatar airways said one of the two parcels posted from yemen last week being transported onto planes before being seized in dubai bombs were found on u.s. bound planes in the u.k. and dubai he was officials are now going to yemen to check security practices and holes in the system. now which is an zombies have been taking center stage in moscow as people get set for the freakiest holiday of the here well this weekend the globes have been a full with a crowd that has swapped its gladrags for real rags and wigs artie's tom barton has all the details. it's halloween that time for trick and treating and dressing up but here in moscow it's really an occasion for jessica there's a night of all of the clubs in moscow we've seen not just scary costumes but the
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whole variety of weird and wonderful garb to see pirates to see nurses and policemen to see the whole souls of professionals but also it's a time to party with me here is adams guy he's a d.j. started out doing little bit yes remember the last polo waves out of spain you impressed the same of those early years away in savings above their head off. people make a lot more here but the end of the same unit was not on the wane in russia i believe things become more. seems to become more popular all over the world. i spent a lot of time in venezuela and now they are really big on going there are also to happen everywhere every instance of dressing up i mean a lot of people think it's a little scary monsters but this lives in different times mostly the same sort of timeless mind well no disrespect but you look like scary to me. but
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yeah maybe i get going beyond the whole row thing. thank you down in the sky while i don't know i don't say scary i may try my last and anyway that's how i'm going to pass a very good night and play miscarry all funny enough modern aussie comedy. well for more on how moscow celebrates the scariest day of the year head to our t.v. dot com and you can also check out the latest news and analysis and here's some of what's online for you right now americans for their trust in a comedian it's above politicians as satire is jon stewart has named it the most influential man in the u.s. . and moscow authorities sound the alarm as estimates suggest the city is crawling with rats some figures even in the road number of people in the russian capital find out more at our t.v. dot com. our recap of our top stories is on the way
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this week stop stories on. seals the deal to build a vietnam nuclear power plant in a bid to help the country develop as a. modern state. to boost cooperation with. fresh tensions flare. for spying for russia. are their.
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first joint. success forces have destroyed for drug. worth over two hundred million dollars. and next our tea follows the quest for truth by the parents of an american soldier whose death was blamed on drug abuse but turned out to be caused by medicine prescribe his superiors that's up next.


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