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you'll be the bitch. but you know what you know pyrrhic. victory will do a pretty good turn and your luck turns. in serbia is available in most good hearted regency. syrian protesters plan a day of rage while the us calls for sanctions over the bottom crackdowns on the spread of the arab uprisings puts our eyes on iran. the world's biggest oil producer finds itself running short russian troops have to export to satisfy demand . and the russian pilot faces a life in the u.s. jail convicted of conspiring to smuggle drugs as noise insists it's a miscarriage of justice trials for the pope's.
you're watching r t i'm carrie johnston is going straight to our top story now syria's opposition is planning a day of rage after friday prayers face of the balance crackdown on protesters the u.s. is calling for sanctions against syria president assad for turning to iran and a way that could unite the two against washington's closest ally israel sees regular script looks at the potential for the arab uprisings to spread further east . some like it hot but this spring things have heated up perhaps too much in the arab world is it's too easy a libya now is syria northern african region and the middle east and often brutal civil wars with the western powers playing an important hand some believe this won't stop anytime soon so who's next in line for the great upheaval in the region the answer may lie on the surface. that president assad is disingenuously blaming
outsiders while of the same time seeking a rainy and assistance in repressing syria's citizens this need to be a thinly veiled hint that's where exactly the united states is looking to get involved i think iran has been targeted for some time and if you watch the propaganda about syria washington is now claiming. iran is helping syria oppress the protesters what's different about syria and iran about protests in both cases we know for a fact the united states government was supporting opposition groups and so it's only those two countries where washington has an interest in intervening to iran has been a longstanding alliance with syria in this strategic an important region right next to iran's arch nemesis israel. syria isn't the same as libya geopolitically
we've always realized that syria is iran's springboard in its fight against israel this is why it will eventually make a powerful sunni jesica impact on iran's positions this brings us back to the question what country will follow syria it events in syria progress according to the libyan scenario we will probably see a similar developments in iran unfortunately acces iran will repeat the syrian scenario iranian ships have dropped. anchor in syrian poor its enormous proximity to tel aviv with damascus crippled by crisis iran may lose its footing in the region this is again a continuation of the idea that you use the international machinery to achieve your national objectives under the pretext that you are actually trying to protect human rights should the u.s. and its allies decide to go through with a habit of knurling in aiding revolution you forces in the region the result may be
catastrophic if there is foreign intervention in syria yes iran's intervention in response that is a definite and very real possibility just as much as it interfered in iraq when the u.s. invaded that country and if suspicions proved true the world may be in for an entirely different ballgame if iran in the u.s. get involved in a very real confrontation it involves carty. well russia is opposed to any international interference in syria saying it could spark civil war policy analyst women though says that here's experience shows how easily a certain state can get act under the guise of protecting civilians. well if you look at what the u.s. did to engineer the. un resolution on libya this was one of the most. reason for as aggressions of the rights of nation national sovereignty in international law the we've seen in the post-war period the responsibility to
protect is an insidious doctrine that's been developed by various think tanks connected with the circles in the united states to justify a nato definition of an intervention in a sovereign country there's been no attempt to have it have a peaceful conflict resolution before this thing escalated in fact rather the the west the u.s. france and britain have been called virtually according to the evidence that's leaking out covertly arming the opposition to gadhafi in hopes of grabbing control over your oil and in the different parts of libya fortunately this time russia and china are playing a reasonable role in blocking any u.n. security council sanction for. strong measures against syria so i think they learned from their deadly mistake on the on the libya case when the strain that this thing has no end if it's allowed to pass but yemen's president has been speaking to r.t.
as the standoff in his country gets more entrenched demonstrators continue to demand his immediate resignation despite a deal to step down month by president sunday says his opponents can't see the dangers of making major changes too quickly. it will not allow. our opponents reject the idea of holding presidential and parliamentary elections because they are aware they won't be able to gain a majority as a matter of fact what we're having is an unconstitutional coup and they are trying to foist a muslim plans and are against a constitutional transfer of power in twenty thirteen we are even ready to agree to their plans so as to avoid bloodshed. some countries in the region and some western nations connivance of tendencies currently being seen in the so-called new middle east it is this the controlled chaos and i also prepared for it's enough to have a look at what's going on in egypt tunisia and other countries the scenario cannot be called anything other than a plot against the region i believe to that end they would stoop to anything.
but a few minutes how the world is just scratching the surface of governments dark secrets this ago in chief tells r.t. there are many more embarrassing revelations and those published on wiki leaks. and we look at how solving america's trouble at making ends meet could be achieved by cutting the country's investment intervention. led. the world. bringing you the latest in science and technology from the realms of what. we've got the future covered. wealthy british scientists i. like. that.
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a result of pump prices are burning a bigger hole it was pockets. of and that's why the world's biggest oil producer is finding itself going without. russia with no sounds ridiculous yet saying what it is we want to five different gas stations all of them were closed here will be waiting in line for hours what is this isn't supposed to be the oil rich country overnight fuel prices jumped twenty five percent in several russian regions as the battle runs out the prize goes out even more their supplies are not only for two weeks world prices skyrocketed at the beginning of the year but russian authorities made an effort to get actual costs at a consumer friendly level as a result foreign markets became much more attractive and profitable for russian. and one way or we understand that people have the right to demand for oil prices a lot but it's a loss today in russia petro is the key to forty percent cheaper than in
neighboring countries reuss ukraine want to mention the odjick states and. the outcome of fixing a fair price has had a questionable outcome for buyers and sellers as a result. well companies pulling out of the domestic market what's left is becoming more and more expensive as battle becomes a scarce resource that the price is going up and no one likes it and were afraid prices will rise even more and then what meanwhile in the russian capital it's small gas retailer stations that are under the threat of being closed down it simply became not profitable for the oil giants to sell fuel to them down this road alone we saw three am to gas stations now battle the lines in the russian capital there are thousands of other battle stations to choose from but regional authorities are beginning to find pieces against the oil companies and. companies illegally limited or stopped supplying fuel to independent gears filling stations
in the region we're going to take them to trial. minister vladimir putin has ordered an increase in expert duties on russian oil starting from me so that companies can't make extra profit selling for higher prices abroad leaving them in an on win situation and those in need of fuel have been promised thousands of tons of cash on the way ahead of the car r.t. . the man behind wiki leaks says his web site's revelations are just the tip of the respect publication of confidential cables barrison to the u.s. and other countries given a soldier has been speaking tortie and says it's only a matter of time before more damaging information becomes known if we look at. our work in the last. twelve months think about all the stories that have come out actually happened in the world before two thousand and ten but
people didn't know about it. so what is it that we don't know about now. there's an enormous hidden world out there that we don't know about until much much later on but it exists here right now and i did release a diplomatic cables we only released secret classified confidential material we didn't have any top secret cables really embarrassing stuff the really serious stuff wasn't in our collection to release it is to wear it so what is it. people need to not be comfortable. what they receive from me from the media is all going to happen united states is trying to get up an expedition case for me to write the united kingdom wants to keep its various levels wants to keep its going to financial straits. so if the u.k. was to reject the u.s. the execution of that would pose terrible problems worked so any country which
appears to be harboring us as united states is trying to conduct its aggressive response. freighters political questions if united kingdom. does attempt to exit i mean the united states. faces a difficult position politically. which is the bulk of the people who came into the courthouse. and to watch the full version of that interview with you in the sun on monday here nazi. america is having trouble kickstarting itself and see it with growth slowing in the first quarter and inflation rises at its fastest level in the whole yes economy what sir joshua holland america's widening deficit stems from its foreign military campaigns past and present. we've lost seven million jobs since the beginning of the crash
and when you look at it one point eight percent g.d.p. growth that's anemic compared to what we need we don't need normal growth to make up for the last employment we need super above average growth we need to challenge because we've fallen so far behind we have had a stimulus package you know classic no one says that and he will have that second car. the government can step in and try to avoid demand so. much about it as it goes out and i think that. in order to be surprised by these are there any mixed growth figures one would have had to push for an entire recession we have such a deficit fever gripping washington d.c. these days and i think it's important to point out that according to some estimates about ninety percent of our public debt is based on past military engagements so we talk about you know social security or medicare and we're not really talking
a lot about what i would argue is an unsustainable foreign commitment problem and that's part and parcel of the deficit and needs are part and parcel of the deficit and it will continue to be going forward. as i think some more on america's eco roller coaster online that's on our team dot com the following is a change of fortune so it was once the sounds of go down such a desperation as don't underestimate stakes and move on also unlike. the rhythm of remembering russian cities or into the markets and thoughts of the upcoming book today out of the us. from the tales of poets in jail or much less to people on the you tube channel.
the official anti allocation joint phone called touch from the top story. on google. video on demand all g.'s mind old girls and three now in the palm of your. on the algae dot com. a new york siri has found a russian pilot guilty of conspiring to smuggle drugs into the u.s. coast and saying we are stronger was arrested in the state of west africa last year and transported to america he denies all the charges as an assault churkin the report says though it is a it's underhand undercover agents who shot the duck. words not deeds landing
foreigners behind bars in the us russian pilot constantine your show has been found guilty by a manhattan federal court jury of conspiring to smuggle drugs across borders the man was scooped up by u.s. officials in liberia last year and promptly taken to america along with three other suspects from africa what you're shimko faced in the u.s. was a ten month wait for a trial a month long hearing and now a guilty verdict the pilot and his family maintain his innocence. all the facts are fabricated all the tapes are distorted by the prosecution u.s. officials played a leading role in the arrest of the russian citizen posing as drug dealers american secret agents conducted meetings with the four resulting in hours of recordings the prosecution then put forward as proof of your cousin tends to conspire to smuggle tons of cocaine to south america and later into the u.s.
in liberia he was surrounded by five agents the second he stepped off the plane he was accompanied by current peace spent day and night in his room only during the trial did he find out that all he had around him were agents they introduced him to some man who transported drugs that's it nothing else happened they wanted to jail him and they did he or she was defense team echoes this defendant nothing. other than. the informing. us that. he was related to the united states meanwhile your shango has never even set foot on american soil that is until he was handcuffed and brought here by force in may of last year russian officials were not julie notified of his arrest the man was effectively missing for a month and moscow cited a breach of international law we have. apologized to russia the state department's excuse we pressed the wrong button on the fax machine. to be really for all of.
notifying romania instead of russia to observers this seemed a joke on the day of the guilty verdict the most important question why this trial is being held on u.s. territory remains unanswered still is the issue that was decided before trial. here can and should give manufactured jurisdiction which the church decided pretrial against. that i believe the state if it. can be the basis. for an appeal cannot be filed until after the sentencing but hopes are dim he was appeal courts are generally reluctant to reverse decisions made by jury court the sentencing of sinjar some cars expected three months on july twenty eighth he will find out his destiny on u.s. soil his russian pilot faces some twenty five years or life sentence behind bars
country where he committed. such a trip in our hearts. i think his case has been likened to that of another russian that extradited to the u.s. mint that country to boot he was arrested in thailand on trafficking charges he's on trial in new york this is a journalist with rights and says america should stop interfering in cases that should be investigated internationally. and the problem here is the extra territorial imposition of u.s. law. on people who have really no in both the victor boot case selling even if you believe he was selling weapons to the colombian fark what does that have to do with the united states now that the federal government says well the those weapons would be used to target american citizens that's that's kind of that's a giant leap to that cocaine was coming from the colombian fark in making its way through africa into western europe what were the connection the united states and
whatever happened to interpol in these matters why is it that the united states is trumping interpol there's many things about this case that are strange first of all we know that the irish apparently was offered a deal by federal prosecutors to if he would testify against spector boot they're actually in the same prison in new york the southern district of new york is notorious it's one of the places but the cia likes to use the. records in addition to the u.s. it's record washington d.c. in the u.s. it's records from virginia they're the price cia courts to try these cases and i think we have to look at the impartiality and i don't think the impartiality is there. that's some news and briefly now the number of people killed by a powerful tornado in the southeast united states is rising rapidly three hundred. as well from where the storms are described as the. major cities have been
decimated this tornado outbreak is many people without homes or the state dozens of roads have been rented. regressed a geisha into a deadly bomb attack that killed at least fifteen people has been lost in morocco account and on thursday for a little the main square which is popular with tourists most of the casualties were foreigners then group was it admitted responsibility for the bombing the last major attack in morocco was in casablanca in two thousand and three but forty five. and it's all eyes on the oil in london today as britain's prince william prepares to take kate middleton's and what's likely to be the world's most watched wedding spent to spot actually i was meeting well wishes outside buckingham palace while the princess in waiting spent the night with her family out on the truth i'm telling. you this is all the way around two billion t.v.
viewers are expected to watch the world cup will turn of the not look you can post it's. different so have all the business news we create. your business here are the facts so joining me to pass nuclear crisis coupled with retraction of europe's atomic energy programs is pushing for gas and gas on bank says sales of russian fuel are likely to fill that gap. now russian gas becomes more attractive than it was just as well months ago moreover i was looking for asia
to munt. is very good and i didn't see any seam go through because we just use less than five percent annual growth of gas demand in asia and once again they don't have any option other than by analogy guess including russia narration so as a result of that there is there is some free space in the e.u. gas balance which needs to be food and needs to be food probably with a pipeline gas from russia so as a result of that i would say that now currently future all for russian gas industry and it's a beauty to complete stew and she is significantly more even taking to come to high prices which leads to the high gas prices closer to the end of the year. russian energy giant gazprom has reported pumped up profits for last year the net profit rose by a quarter to thirty two billion dollars gas company benefited from strong local demand with sales up twenty seven percent sales in europe slipped one percent
however analysts expect a man to pick up partially due to supply disruptions from the middle east and africa. prices most part of the search engine yandex is hoping to raise up to a billion dollars and its upcoming i.p.o. in new york the company will start pre-marketing the listing next week with the assessment and technology infrastructure the number of shares is yet to be determined alex's placements come six months after the one billion dollars on the ice russian rival. the markets in asia they hang seng is losing around. around point three percent on concerns china me tightened its contrary policy over the weekend shares of china overseas land and investment dropped to rock two percent industrial and commercial bank of china type of construction bank was around one percent despite each of them reporting first quarter profit. spectator and the nikkei has closed
a public holiday. here in moscow the us has opened a quarter of a percent in the red on friday my sixth is still closed now let's take a close look at how the main moves on the market caused on thursday most energy majors traded in the black with producer ross never she almost two percent higher knighting joined poly metal advance point seven percent profits reported a three fold increase in net profit for the past last year and russia's second largest lender bt be dropped almost two percent. recent all games continue to drive russia's stock markets upwards but john davis at asset management says it's still not enough to convince foreign investors to turn as long as we have weak dollar as long as we have persistently high quality demand which seems to be the case russia in general is is actually in a very good position from that standpoint the problem for the russia are related not to. business it's related to individuals it's related to policy it's related
to you an absence of judicial organs and systems in place which make it i think in general much less attractive for foreign investors to put money in russia which is why or if the guy is just completely in the midwest and then he's change. russia's largest national corporation sistema is eyeing china and india to develop its high tech business and company plans to set up joint ventures with chinese partners including leading telecom. china itself is a very very large market so one through you know sort of and to explore opportunities and the potential built on them we're looking at a number of high tech ventures which has to do with developing microchips being growth and microchips for the navigation system and also producing we have a mind to and now i'm here microchip project which we have been executing now together people can with look into some of the chinese partners to basically build
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