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blood libel which is offensive to jews basically sounded like somebody on the defense rather than a promising politician perhaps a two thousand and twelve candidate but washington post writer as required i think had the best line in his online column this afternoon so we think he should tweet it to sarah he said that sarah palin and never miss an opportunity to miss an opportunity so sarah fire a speechwriter do some research before you release your next stupid statement that's it for tonight's show thanks for tuning in make me come back tomorrow just a powerful being studio to discuss u.s. corporations taking advantage of war three in afghanistan in the meantime don't forget to become a fan of the a lot of show on facebook and follow us on twitter you missed anything you can always catch the you tube dot com slash the ilona show coming up next is the news the latest headlines from the u.s. and around the.
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support. the hardships to face. the army. is the most precious thing in the world. uses of self-sacrifice and heroism to understand that you have to live a. real life stories from world war. nineteen forty five don't. react angrily true russian investigators report that terror was mostly to blame for the plane crash which killed the country's president but global experts the findings. united states prepares to kick hundreds of haitian immigrants back to a country still struggling to keep its people alive one year after being struck by
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. selling sex in spanish newspapers that's designed to protect women but is leaving foster toots seeing red. around the clock around the world this is r t live in moscow good to have you with us this hour poland's prime minister has cut short his winter holiday following the public release of the report on the plane crash which killed the country's president he'll hold talks with ministers on the interstate aviation committee's findings which blames inexperienced crew members bad weather and pressure to land from passengers. of a brings us the reaction to the findings and this is the biggest news story and poland today of course every single news channel devoting
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a lot of coverage to the story to the reaction of course reaction to the report released by the committee has of course mixed some are saying that it is a truthful report and then necessary all be painful steps in relations between moscow and warsaw that it is a necessary step that will allow the two sides to close this tragic and painful chapter of their shared past and hopeful and move on others of course including. a former polish president lech kaczynski his brother are saying that the report is nothing but a joke that it is presenting the polish side with falsified data many here and poland do agree this report does accurately reflect the causes and the consequences and the reasons behind the tragic plane crash on april tenth. we are glad that these reports exists this is a step has brought us closer to the next stage finding the circumstances that led
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to the tragedy. i must admit that the russians are right again i don't want to agree with the russians but this is the truth of course we can look for guilt and blame someone else all this report of course. it was not only awaited in russia and in poland but also within the international community everybody of course waiting to see what the special committee would list as the causes for that tragic plane crash and admittedly a lot of the experts within the international community do seem to agree with the committee's findings some of them even going as far as to say that whatever of the circumstances be it tough weather conditions difficult airplanes a little preparation basically the bottom line according to some is the pilot it is his responsibility that the plane and the people on board are the pilots responsibility and therefore whatever happens to those passengers and the plane
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itself lies on the shoulders of the pilot there is no argument about who is in charge when the situation arises in the pilot. speak for themselves but we should not go chasing after people to blame us because . we don't like the result and we've had numerous examples in the past of people who. have got to get into a certain place or go to a place that's happened you know america many many times with business in the big boss is on board and that for you is that he's got to get the boss to the place it is understandable of course that many are not satisfied with the report specifically as it is a very emotional subject for most polish people are there for attempting to find other reasons and factors to blame than perhaps the pilots it is of course
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a somewhat. dark factor of course blaming the dead for some for such a horrific tragedy but as my colleague any sonali now reports the understanding of such a tragedy and finding out exactly who is to blame. and what has happened is never quite as straightforward as it might appear. for the first time the last seconds are heard before polish president lech kaczynski his plane crashed near smile now it's turned on board. the crew ignored warnings from the aircraft automated system to pull up and advice
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from air traffic controllers to land at an alternate airport plus were inexperienced flying in bad weather the interstate aviation committee highlighted what they found to be the main causes behind the tragedy in their final report less than my failure to make a timely decision to land at the reserve airport based on multiple recovering day sions about poor weather conditions at smolensk airport descending lower than the safe minimum height necessary to make a second landing attempt failure to react properly to automatic amounts those are the reasons which led to the tragic crash of the aircraft into the land and the death of those on board. the findings also claim passenger pressure on the crew to land as soon as possible played a vital role in the incident here is evidence the crew was afraid of disappointing someone if they didn't land. it's not clear whether the navigator was referring to the polish president or the
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commander in chief of the air force who was in the cockpit and later alcohol found in his blood poland was not satisfied with the draft report compiled by the i.a.c. which found pilot error was to blame and insists various fun. does that play cause the accident but aviation experts have confidence in the findings my experience with the russian investigators has been very good they're a very high quality organization that i believe that it was the investigation was generally curat out in accordance with the international civil aviation organization an expert team which is the international standard for accident investigation who did russia have a turbulent history and it was hoped politics wouldn't card the investigation i think what the what the polish government wants to be able to present to the polish people is that this was not purely the fault of the polish crew
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and that russia take some blame for it as well i don't think this is very much to do with the facts i think it's all to do with politics the case is far from closed as the next chapter to find those accountable for the tragedy is opened. the committee concluded that no single person can be blamed for the accident but now that the final investigation report has been delivered a criminal investigation can be launched and perhaps more light shed on the crash that killed the polish president his wife and most of the country's political elite and he's now a r t moscow. one on the way for you this. thing good to find out how a charitable organization set up to fight corruption is being accused of causing instability and acting in its own self interest. ravaged by an earthquake that claimed over two hundred thousand lives a year ago haiti's still gripped by the after effects widespread homelessness and
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a cholera outbreak of brought the island to its knees and now washington has added insult to injury hundreds of haitians will soon be deported from the u.s. to face a grim future back ortiz reports. see a lot so for most american women can relate to janay montra helpless locals a working wife and busy mother home with the kids while dad is at work we lay back you know we work hard so we can provide the best for our children but also this crime a family of a family that can really make plans for the future if the u.s. government gets its way. in just cya. and tone will become forever fatherless ok sweetie and janae will enter the pool of single us mothers struggling to make ends meet after all the output of the home office so maybe get a room a little more leave. at any moment jeanne montoursville the breadwinner
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and twenty five year u.s. resident can be torn away from his family. today the father of four works as a church custodian in manhattan tomorrow the haitian immigrant can be deported back . back to the poorest country in the western hemisphere rocked by an earthquake and deepening humanitarian crisis. in a war to put him. you know it's. you know it's it's it's not it's not a good thing it's. my wife my father. last years seven point zero earthquake killed nearly three hundred thousand haitians and left more than one million homeless a tragedy so grave the u.s. issued an immediate suspension on deportations for his an immigrant's yet last
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month the obama administration quietly lifted the ban resuming deportations for those with criminal convictions even those like jean montoursville who paid his debt to society serving eleven years behind bars for selling drugs in the eighty's he was released from prison in two thousand. for action. used to almost. you know. you know or. the very same day u.s. officials resumed deportations of haitian immigrants the state department issued a warning against non-essential travel to haiti alerting americans of continued high crime limited police presence lack of medical care and a cholera outbreak an epidemic so bad the united nations has made a one hundred seventy four million dollar appeal to fight the outbreak it's not
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good it is now spread all the way across the country because as you know color is a contagious disease it's affected over one hundred thousand people so far. and over twenty five hundred people have perished from the disease. according to attorney sunita patel the deportations are a violation of the conventions against torture and the un declaration of human rights sending someone back to a situation where they are likely to die or or face situation where they are. facing the possibility of death is potentially a violation of our obligations under international law yet according to immigrations and customs enforcement up to seven hundred haitians with criminal records will be sent back this year. to a nation wracked by violence food shortages and disease
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a prospect that brings a feeling of fear to this american family a family broken up not by divorce but by their own government. and obama who really needs to take a look at that consideration the separation of family. because he believes children . and the lives of fathers like jean are you believe in danger if or when his home becomes haiti. r.t. new york. and while thousands of governmental organizations have been set up to combat the problems in haiti someone said to be cashing in on the country's misfortune the un it is home to more n.g.o.s per capita than any other country in the world and as cared for reports many washington based groups operating in poor countries are in fact pushing their own agendas all in the name of charity. greetings from washington d.c. home of the president the congress and the five a one c three call them think tanks
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policy forums institutes or n.g.o.s through the alphabet soup of tax exempt organizations that influence opinion push policy agendas and lobby washington this is something the anthropologists and activists refer to as the nonprofit industrial complex and while millions of non-profits provide vital services to people around the world others are created for not so charitable purposes after all having your own ngo isn't so hard a little paperwork a seventy five dollars incorporation fee and you're in business even if well you don't really exist the arcadia foundation bills itself as a nonprofit dedicated to promoting democracy and curbing corruption worldwide human rights are being violated every day in honduras but critics say it played a key role in the destabilizing efforts that led to the two thousand and nine military coup in honduras but although at least this chevy chase address on its tax
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and incorporation documents kenya foundation doesn't have an office. i was looking for the offices of the arcadia foundation man named robert carlin a boar hog he's no longer with nor does it have a working phone. box and at any of its nine offices around the world we try again later according to the d.c. bureau of consumer and regulatory affairs the arcadia foundation list only one person on its board robert carmona boreholes and since its charter was revoked september thirteenth two thousand and ten legally speaking the arcadia foundation no longer exists but arcadia is still alive and well and the web critics say that's all it ever was a tangle of websites and the ambitions of one man but he's managed to create an important strong profile for his agenda which is fundamentally an agenda of
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supporting the far right wing throughout latin america in preventing democracy from taking hold still the arcadia foundation has its fans. like somebody to join in supporting the case even former colombian president alberto. you see something you can join it's also important for the big telecommunications companies with serious money to make it home during that carmona bore has signed contracts for. the poor of the country then more influence these washington based nonprofits have over its policies investigative reporter jeb sprague says that haiti is a prime example the nation of ten million is home to an estimated ten thousand n.g.o.s. that's one ngo per thousand people haiti has sometimes been called the republic of n.g.o.s that actually has the most ingenious of any country in the world among them is the haiti democracy project
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a washington based think tank that observes elections and lobbies the state department the group receives sizable donations from members of the tiny he surely deep ties between d.c. nonprofits and trans national elites mean sweetheart deals for big donors one of our member board members from the board members who is an industrialist and he has a formal record company. who contributes from part time i want to rudolph who was blue as was under investigation for the two thousand and two murder of john domenici a haitian journalist who exposed how booze his pharmaceutical company poisoned sixty children in many ways he. is the model of the future not afghanistan not iraq and those countries where have spent hundreds of billions of dollars worth thousands of lives of u.s. soldiers and male soldiers have been lost. by comparison haiti has been done on the cheap but what is all in a day's work for a seemingly insignificant ngo in d.c.
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can change the political future of a country thousands of miles away and those who are forced to live its reality every day killing for r. t. washington d.c. . the us is being accused of willfully allowing the huge inflow of drugs from south america into the country and it comes from a man who should know he. freeway ricky ross who was once one of the west coast most notorious drug barons. government needed this money to fight this war over nicaragua we're going to send him east is russia he gave the senate leases one hundred million dollars to fight with congress he cut off all the money from the contras so now the sandinistas had an advantage reagan and bush had made the contras their pippi they fell dead if russia took over nicaragua they would be too close to america they would be in our backyard. i believe that they felt it was more valuable. to
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sacrifice particular sector of america in a race of people in america in order to save the whole country so they let these guys open up. norman messes. the rest of the crew to work with them. and the full interview with freeway ricky ross is ahead for you later this hour we'll talk not to update you on some more international news in brief u.s. president barack obama paid tribute to the sims of saturday's mass shooting at a memorial service in arizona six people were shot dead outside a supermarket in thirteen were injured congresswoman gabrielle giffords who was shot in the head is said to have opened her eyes for the first time the suspected gunman jared laughner has been charged with the killings and faces life imprisonment or the death penalty if convicted. the death toll from flooding and
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mudslides has risen to over two hundred fifty and in the brazilian state or british or near a two inch rain caused a number of landslides destroying mountain villages figure is expected to rise as rescue efforts continue more than eight hundred rescuers are searching for survivors. each in using government has deployed a night curfew in the capital tunis following violent anti-government protests to say at least fifty people have died in the ongoing riots over food and fuel inflation and high unemployment and has criticized the government's heavy handed response to the unrest after police retaliated with live ammunition and its. a ban on prostitution ads in spanish newspapers is getting people hot under the collar there it's designed to protect women from exploitation but some sex workers say it's depriving them from the only living they have. investigates the dark corners of the back pages. some scanned the headlines other school street to the
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sports section. and then there are those who are simply interested in these. so you open a newspaper in public and it may seem like you're doing some serious catching up with awareness political developments but you may very well be looking at a page that's causing much debate in spanish society and in most cases these classified ads serve as a cover up for the work of crime groups the prostitution mafia to be precise. seventy percent of girls and young women were held are kept in confinement in apartments and the only way to contact them is stories poems to these ads if the ads are banned they can't be helped. but others hold a different view with some saying that banning the ads will not hurt the vice mafia but will hit those who willingly work in the sex trade and. our research shows that most of these girls become prostitutes on their own accord banning the ads one stop
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human trafficking members of some feminist organizations think that prostitution is not the worst that can happen to a woman this is an issue of a woman's sex appeal and many publishers and editors argue that because prostitution is legal in spain they are within their rights to run the ads. from l. place one of spain's main newspaper says that until there is a law making it illegal to publish such ads this practice is unlikely to change if we knew that they. were shopping in the yellow shopping ok who will fight again against it. completely from parts from being from asia i mean we will have to wait until the government decides something about where this is for the touch me this week we can do it whether or not retiring ban will stifle the mafia's illegal activities is being debated but for the newspaper business that struggle
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through the arrival of new media and the recent financial crisis. abaddon on sex ads is most certainly it does or celia r.t. madrid. which is to run mind you that there are more stories on our website as well as what you see here on screen the website comp and there find out about how you should be careful what you tweet a man in south korea ended up in jail for sharing with the world his praise for the north. lawn of the moment the so-called white plague of victorian england is on the rise again in the port of what's driving the poconos this infection rate is the u.k. is labeled as western europe's going to be capital it's online. dot com. last
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year's spy scandal between russia and the us stole headlines across the world and now one american ad firm has kept the intrigue alive by turning a russian celebrity into the latest star of cold war. it's. what you do in the dark when. filings really follow russian spy so here. in the sports n.h.l. superstar alexander ovechkin and his colleague do some covert late night spying after another session on. well on the way for you one of california's most infamous drug dealers tells artie how he's now pushing for kids to keep clean that's our interview coming up shortly i'll be after you live brings us the finance news stay with us.
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hello and a very well welcome to the business update russia could resume its oil supplies to better rose by the twentieth of january as the latest price dispute appears to be reaching a conclusion but a russian state controlled or oil company that to him says the talks have been successful and supply contracts already to be signed the energy spat erupted as russian oil producers insisted on increasing the price of a ton of oil by forty five dollars that stuff to them it's just such and to raise the transit tariff it charges for shipping oil to europe by twelve and a half percent. fresh as well outperform brazilian as the global recovery spurs a thirty percent rally in their emerging markets and experts here that's according to a forecast by banking major citigroup russia has been raised to overweight from neutral for the first time since october while brazil moved the other way to the group cites the russian market slope rise to earnings ratio has been particularly
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attractive that's wild brazil is hampered by rising foreign court sent political uncertainty. let's look at how the markets are performing so far asian markets are trading in the blood boosted by new york equity gains and portugal's successful bond auction on wednesday japan's nikkei touched a new eight month high supported by an easing over european debt concerns and the recent weakness against the euro the index is now up point six percent with the top gain as being the month banks and real estate hong kong shares are extending their gains with stocks exposed to european markets such as h.s.b.c. and fashion retailer as being among the leaders. despite only two days of trading after a long new year holiday is that russian stock markets are outperforming rival abortion markets chief strategist at a time capital peter west or so as the positive trend is likely to continue at
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least for the first part of the year. there are some strong fundamentals speaking in favor for us at least in the near term and that is that over the last year you've seen the samir region being an underperforming us one was the best performer last year i would continue to believe that the metals names matter the mining will be a key. sort of interest for investors possibly also oil companies near term given that all process of these levels although when you look at the energy space possible long term gas still looks more attractive than or they're all names because oil names have tended to outperform on the long run given taxes and the lack of growth . yields on russian state bonds drops to a four month low as high oil prices boosted confidence in the world's largest energy exporter russian yields dropped twenty basis points last month to an average of four point nine percent according to the chain morgan chase bond index that's twenty one basis points below their every.


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