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japan of recalled their ambassador to russia following a diplomatic dispute between the two nations over the present visit to the russian far east and territory of the. us the peaceful mid-term elections of
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some of the. candidates in question. was the international space station. drive. just to find huge cost. and coming up in business update we're live on the. floor. doing deals and foreign investment join us in about twenty minutes time. on the air and on line. to the program japan has recalled its ambassador to russia as the diplomatic route with moscow escalates its present visit to the. internationally recognized as russian territory by japan with. talk corresponding
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to all of. this is a dramatic flare up of a situation that was on already pretty bring us up to date. well what's happened is . he studies way back to tokyo right now this is over the visit by president to to russia in the east of the country. this is interesting you say a dramatic flare up the apec summit which is just around the corner coming up next weekend. and there's expected to be talks between president medvedev and the japanese prime minister at that conference. and the crime of the said that there's absolutely no reason why the recall the recall of the from from moscow to tokyo have any effect on those talks going ahead we've heard some comment from politicians here in russia over the recall of the ambassador constantine course the
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chair of the head of the state duma committee for international affairs has said that this is just another mistake from japan and a long line of mistakes when it comes to day their claim of having a stake on the island now the japanese foreign minister said the visit to the could allowance on monday deeply hurt the feelings of the japanese people but is it here in his opposite number i beg your pardon there in russia for all of this to say on the situation. japan's reaction to president trip to the cool island is unacceptable it is our last and the russian president was visiting a russian territory and we've already explained this to our japanese partners we're not going to take any steps that would hinder relations but the japanese side should make its own conclusions. peter why does this issue mean so much for both countries. well these are these four islands these four critical islands became
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part of the soviet union in one thousand nine hundred five after the end of the second world war now russian territory japan says that they want them back they try to wind diplomatic relations and trade relations started up again between the two nations in one nine hundred fifty six to the return of two of the islands to japan was on the table as a suite the plan to turn that down they said they wanted all four but now the current one sells only about twenty thousand people live on them however they are very rich in minerals oil and gas so very important economic chess pieces as. no this isn't the only island dispute the charge. going at the moment they're currently locked to bits of disagreement with china over some islands as well they're just off the coast in a similar situation so these are very important islands to japan and to russia strategically economically. auntie's people all over there thank you very much for that. well coming up in the program ten years in orbit national space.
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whether it is justified the stratospheric costs or what comes next for mankind gateway to the final frontier. to the u.s. now where the midterm elections will begin in a couple of hours americans will cost in the future of the house of representatives and the senate as well as state and local offices opinion polls predict a setback for barack obama's democrats which would hand the republicans a majority but there's artie's garniture chicken reports some voters are more concerned about the corporate backing for many of the candidates. a typical attack ad from this election season. was. except the opponent who approved the ad is herself an expert in months throwing and the organization that back surgery is funded by viewers. this election cycle has
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been a torrijos in the amount of dirt candidates were pouring onto each other their bankrupting america and leaving our children the bill this is a special election year in the u.s. for the first time corporations are allowed to funnel as much money as they want into political campaigns and they are definitely not missing out on the chance to buy influence on capitol hill what they're hoping to do is bend laws and regulations or prevent new laws and regulations from being approved or cutting their bottom lines the problem is that a lot of these rules and regulations exist for a purpose. they are supposed to protect the public interest the election system in the us is such that it's virtually impossible to run for office without strong financial backing but the bigger the backing the more candidates ole to their benefactors between creases and normal for me the you know equality in influencing policy many current policy making increasing the legal process in influencing their
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regulatory process because we. are behind all of these contributions if not all of the citizens of the united states but basically the most powerful and drita effect mentor population to watch the influence in action take a republican leader in the house of representatives john boehner wall street invested millions of dollars in his campaign is also a darling among large health insurance oil firms and drug manufacturers boehner is campaigning a gas all kinds of government regulations as well as a tax increase for the rich and the other candidate running for reelection republican congressman spencer baucus who is a ranking member of a house committee on financial services he has reportedly taken over four million dollars from wall street and plants to find i guess tougher rules for the financial market the list of corporate favorites on capitol hill is long and not only republicans are on it the democratic process is supposed to be
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a check on corporate power and instead what we're seeing is corporations hijacking that system in order to funnel more money to themselves many argue the new supreme court decision which made it possible for corporations to invest unlimited amounts of money in politics and be able to be credited as anonymous donors has basically legalized corruption one definition of core option is that privatization of public policy fear mongering is arguably the main tool corporations used to gain public support for. the candidates they choose some channel like fox news are especially good at getting their message across and it's fear that pushes people to the streets i would like my vote to count if you'd be more democratic. and some fear their interests may be left out because of someone's special interest on the outside its democracy is people coming to
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a polling station first putting across the name of the candidate they like but in these elections with the influence of corporations it really has the vote in american mail is money going to. washington d.c. . you know without it later we'll bring you the story of an afghan woman forced to decide between her children and her parents find out. why it's just one hundred percent helplessness of afghan. one of the most ambitious projects in history international space station is marking a decade in it an epic milestone for space exploration that's the longest period of human habitation outside the sound sphere on. november second two thousand the first permanent crew reaches the international space station as the world watches its really humanity's most them vicious
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engineering project to date a mixture of science technology and political cooperation between formal sworn enemies in the ten years since the sense has expanded to the size of a football field and received two hundred lives it is. now the station is nearly complete but the jury in what it has achieved is still out but for a shock but at the before the i.s.o.'s is a breakthrough of the corporation of before there were separate space agencies now they work together it's a leap forward in this station has cost the taxpayer one hundred billion dollars and that's just absurd it's too much but it's their money now admit they're not sure what to expect from the station and that includes the expedition one cosmonauts themselves you to get them going up trains but then i says crew members his own training was more chaotic than we're going to give them and i said when we started training for it the station itself did not exist there were no manuals and
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there were no exercise machines with the first crews job was to fully activate the station much of it had been assembled separately in russia in the united states and the first time these parts came together was and space of the militia would be the first two weeks on there were extremely stressful because if we failed we'd have to return to earth and abandon the station it would never have been constructed as planned expedition one was a success despite problems with construction following the columbia shuttle disaster three years later most of the modules were eventually successfully docked the completed space station provides a unique platform for experiments and weightlessness we could develop new materials and medicines starting real now and next year we're going to find out if you have researchers tinkering in space we can have breakthroughs if not the whole thing was a waste but others believe that the value of the i assess is not a scientific discoveries its lifespan has already been extended to twenty twenty and possibly beyond that if we're looking at projects of using that i assess as
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a docking port for missions to the moon and even mars. and if mankind does venture further afield i search will serve both as a blueprint and an instruction manual of space should do and don'ts whatever its limitations and budget over and then i assess as. important at the torah word no longer seemed like everything was possible in space and there were no longer the cold war budgets to fund that all the i's says still proves that space research can be right at the edge of human endeavor either of nerve artsy moscow where the first european astronaut to command an i assess mission has told r.t. that the ambitious isis project was made possible by global corporation. the international space station is there of course because we had the soyuz vehicles in the time that is spatial was not flying now again our so use vehicles will be the only ones to be able to transport the crew to the international space station for
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a certain time technology and. transport capabilities for sure helped a lot the international space station gets very big corporation the space station would not be there would not exist to build out cooperation between russia and the u.s. military also have to take into account a smaller part of the european space agency the japanese space agency canada. they all make great contributions to the international space station and i think this is the great strength of just a suggestion is that it's really an international corporation there for the benefit of humankind for sure if you want to continue space exploration if you want to have sustainable space exploration to do two asteroids to mars we will have to make some breakthrough technologies meet in propulsion be then energy being it in life support systems you know that space agencies from all over the world working on these breakthrough technologies and i hope that in the next ten years to come true that was frank when the first i assess commander from the european space agency.
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russia and norway are taking their neighborly relationship one step further so he left the russian foreign minister he's in the middle of this if visit to the norwegian capital two countries are expected to see you on tuesday and also for north nations to the vast untapped riches of the articles some of the discussion. to set a good example to other nations involved in september the two countries. territorial dispute by the violence there seem. at least five countries russia. claimed. which is believed to hold vast amounts of oil and gas reserves. women's rights in afghanistan continue to be violated despite international efforts to intervene a shocking number of women face domestic violence and abuse with a growing percentage committing suicide because of
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a lack of trust in the justice system with courts destroyed and judges killed. the reports now on a situation that shows that will sign of improving. it's a choice no mother should ever have to make her children or her family her husband's thrown her out and this woman's parents were only take her back if she abandons the children she had with him. a source i'm feeling so alone my husband he'd smear what i'm seek my daughter is sick. my other two children are with him. her family was against the marriage from the beginning the man was from another tribe already married and taking drugs but at the age of fourteen desperate to be with him the goal ran away and married him. my brothers want to kill me i'm very fraid of them they say if you come back alone will accept you. but
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if you come with your children you are view and also afraid of my husband. the twenty four year old now hides in a shelter last year the human rights commission received eight hundred and fifty similar cases and that's only in a book it says the justice system is falling far short of helping these women that afghanistani a problem and about out from us we have no women prosecutors and most provinces no women police family courts whenever a woman is accused of something and there's no one to help her these judges are listening to a case of a young girl who wants to break her engagement they tell her to come back in the next hearing a husband wants to divorce his wife because she visited her parents for a week without his permission you know women feel helpless and even in the rare situations where they cases get to court they feel justice has not been served in the last six to seven years the problem of women burning themselves has grown
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especially in herat and kandahar provinces to suicide because women feel they have no way out afghan court officials say they have enough to deal with even before trying to help these women and all of them within a three decade war it has damaged the capacity of the afghan judicial system we've had fifteen judges killed across the country many of our court buildings are destroyed and we have problems with transportation and staff. in remote areas the problem is worse many judges simply refuse to be pows. their complaining of bad salaries and even worse security. for. all the security help implement law security are better areas but unfortunately the villages are not ready to practice these kinds of. and often this precious little the courts can do especially in places when warlords and special allegiances
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are the law we've got to pay to the judges higher salary so that we can cope with their. needs of daily life provide them a place to stay in especially in the area in the district area and also training of them and also. reporting the cases we did decide you know said that the public should go so while this woman waits for the courts to hear her there's no guarantee that even after they do she'll be any better off policy r.t. couple. there are some other international news this hour funerals have started taking place in baghdad for the victims of sunday's siege at the patrick church the evening mass fifty eight people were killed and almost eighty injured rocking troops from the killing of the al qaeda militants had taken the congregation hostage insurgents were calling for the release of all kinds of prisoners security think stepped up across the country after what was the deadliest recorded attack
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against iraqi christians. a bomb has been found in a mail package. rest of french president nicolas sarkozy explosive has been destroyed and two men arrested over the attempted attack. a woman was wounded after passing exploded at a delivery company also in greece it's acts of thought have been organized by a domestic group. two leading israeli rights groups have accused the states in terms of cuties service of violating the rights of palestinian detainees . reporters based on the testimonies of more than one hundred people who can help for you document says palestinians are badly treated during interrogations and held in cramped and dirty cells which are state denies the allegations. u.k. officials have announced that the tipoff that lead to finding possible bombs on cargo planes came from and leading al qaeda member former guantanamo bay detainees
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. handed him selfe into saudi arabia for at least two weeks ago but two u.s. possible bombs were placed with cargo one seized in dubai and another intercepted in britain u.s. officials have named a saudi bomb maker as a key suspect also concerned that a number of high ranking members of al qaida in yemen were released from guantanamo into a saudi rehabilitation program. floods triggered by heavy rains in vietnam have left at least six people dead three others have been reported missing and hundreds of houses a submerged rain has pounded the region for the last three days forcing children ten thousand people to flee the radius been crossed. then forget we've got much more few on our website r.t. dot com including videos of blokes and forums and much more look now at what's online you know right now before it gets closer to the real russia three classes of
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people drawn to tradition cooking discover how you can join. a children's book lose hope approval and steal millions of dollars from a.t.m.'s around. dot com reveals how they did it and how to mccool. joins us now with all the business. and i welcome to this program with me. russia has moved into fourth place in attracting not a technique that investors as adding to his record of the night i for one which is underway in moscow we're joined now by our correspondent daniel bushell tell us more about the second day at the tech for have a new so bring us up to date on this
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was the second day of the for. you know there's a real buzz about the place today it comes off to the head of microsoft's steve ballmer kicked off proceedings with a deal to join russia silicon valley called skolkovo the head of russia's nanotech corporation probably those high tech sector most high profile of the market that of technology and of tele choice of building and all the noise venture funds which will invest in russian take the meeting rooms around the service event of field at the moment with the investors many from the original silicon valley california speaking to russian inventors for him to come up with the next big thing i do business have been telling us that they see for potential lawyer growth rates because the sector is so far out tops unlike the more mature economies like the united states one side who knows the secret of success is called kind of the
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massachusetts institute of technology and she joins us now no physical desires tell me how excited are you by the things that you see here this is a really impressive display i have must say more so than i expected when i came here the scale of this exhibition is very impressive and the number of different regions around russia that are represented here i also find to be a very interesting aspect of it what are the pros and cons of russian high tech at the moment is what i think russian high tech is of course at a fairly early stage compared to some other. economies are but it's a very smart move forward to try to move in this direction many countries are recognizing that the future economic growth really has to come from innovation from new ways of doing things both in business and in technology would still be a piece of good voice russia silicon valley to sixty five i would say my main piece of advice is to keep open with
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a very hard to predict which way the things are going to go ahead of be as open and as competitive as possible allow companies to fail and then start new ones thank you very much glued to this or a smoke the massachusetts institute of technology so we'll be here for example with the likes of the head of guys broke here this is over the moon just to give you an idea of how we believe the mystic there is being taken with i will be live with guests throughout the afternoon to bring you the latest move ok for now then donny thank you very much shut up to our correspondent there johnny bush the life of a nano technology form taking place in moscow. so now it's time see how the markets up are forming and here in moscow both as a falling in the morning trade as in line with concerning global markets over the outcome of the u.s. is is that student take over in europe stock market open flat shares spanish bank giving the two point nine percent off to announced a deal to take a stake in turkey guaranteed fantasy and said late edition capital in london the
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footsies up no point three percent and shares of imperial tobacco up meaning one percent after reporting revenues. on a system of which i think in japan is strong again is continuing to where the market nikkei is post just in the. majority of russians buy medicines without insurance and nineteen percent so they call it a fault and spending on medicine in russia is still only eighty two dollars per person that's a third of the level in great britain and a tenth of the u.s. russia's national public opinion says. also found forty percent buy medicine without the advice of a doctor russian authorities say they're considering a drug prescription system in the country but no sooner and in two thousand and thirteen. now online advertising is close to overtaking outdoor and print media according to russia's association of communication agencies russia's internet advertising companies and two hundred forty million dollars in the third quarter
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predict the internet may become russia's most popular motion to our television as early as a fourth quarter this year. and coca-cola has become russia's biggest juice producer the world's top soft drink juice has bought one hundred percent of russian company the deal worth two hundred eighty million dollars but coca-cola ahead of such companies as leptin ski and. the company owns two pounds with a bus to producing five hundred sixty million liters of drink a year. and in exclusive interview the head of rosenau no anatoly tobias they've are to a hint about what's known as most promising projects. here for more than most approachable and it's a vote. of them which are serious and industry it's a bold turn of them which is very interesting it's about three or five of them which we the whole sector of. it more or there are three projects.
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