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as the world welcomes the death of the old tiger a number was a generation of people angered by u.s. foreign policies in the last decade his agenda is still alive. news from washington spread rapidly around the world but many points of a perfect timing of the announcement and day after a deadly attack on the pearl get off he's compound in libya. he has to be insulted need the russian man a heartbeat and trust me out of hostile hospitality or russian citizen claims he was beaten by georgian police to send a warning sign to her opposition leader relatives. and shop owners hoping for
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an olympic sales record but a frenzy is first across the line in sochi ahead of the twenty fourth team with thirty. two pm in moscow i match reza good to have you with us here on r t our top story the death of osama bin laden may have been praised around the world but the world is now bracing itself for a possible terror response meanwhile the white house is reportedly debating whether or not to release the photos of the al qaeda leader that leader's body a fact no one has yet seen that is coupled with the news that he was buried at sea and it's doing little to counter claims that he may yet be alive archies guy who reports the aim of the operation may have been as much to do with winning an election as the war on terror. in modern math the great vendetta moment trotted in secrecy as americans celebrated the killing of the nation's number one terrorist
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they had no other proof of his death but the word of their president they needed to give us a big win and we could want to call it feel good but sorry can't see his body we threw him in the ocean and all we did show you a fake photo according to u.s. officials american special forces killed osama bin laden in his mentioning pakistan conducted a d.n.a. test to make sure it was him and promptly got rid of the body as they put it following islamic burial tradition while the symbol of america's war on terror seems to be done with the war on terror itself is not it is death does not mark the end of our effort there is no doubt that al qaeda will continue to pursue attacks against us we must and we will remain vigilant at home and abroad the u.s. has been long chasing all kited beyond of his then borders in yemen bills of being covert drone strikes in pakistan they were overt and widely criticised for the
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scores of civilians killed in the attacks the question some ask now is could the success of killing bin ladin in pakistan give the u.s. more of a carte blanche were carrying out strikes in other countries it will be used to justify further wars greater repression and more acts church or judicial targeted assassinations against opponents and this is true whether and libya and iraq and pakistan and afghanistan many analysts say mary kiss war on terror so far has been a double edged sword that involves fighting terror and provoking terror at the same time the war waged by ally forces and led by the united states is left of ghana's then as unstable as ever the war on terror has the. ability to allow the u.s. to carry out military operations that sense two thousand and one have taken the lives
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of more than a million civilians. in iraq in afghanistan now in libya and of course that leads to an escalation of resistance of hatred of revenge and so in terms of keeping the american people safe that's a ridiculous notion the us has a track record of policies that backfired like arming and training the afghan which i had been in the 1980's in their fight against the soviet troops subsequently the same with jackie the militants turned their weapons and training against the us among those supported by the us was also on the bin ladin whose group eventual evolved into al qaida. and with some of the margin i. still think it's a great success the collateral damage a. long lesson was learnt victory over evil mates great television and approval ratings for the man in charge.
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obama said that he had known about bin ladin is where about si's august last year but only last week had he given the order to take him it's been two weeks seize obama and now it's his reelection plans he's been slipping in the polls over inconclusive wars overseas and economic woes at home it's actually led to the president of the united states being beatified almost more than the you know the pope's you know kind of accolades to john paul this is you know obama is cashing in on this day everything for everything that it's worth and you'll notice that his speech last night he kept stressing several times i ordered i promised i's such and such it was clearly done for you know this statement was clearly worded for political advantage and it was unity and joy over the death of these evil man and there has been missing the bigger picture in the last twenty years the war on
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terror and the way it's being played has earned them more enemies than friends i'm going to check our reporting home washing our. investigative journalist jeremy shall says bin laden may be gone but his agenda will certainly live on. there's a grain which will some of bin laden did win because in fact someone have a twitter account with sama and hell that they started it said i've taken your civil liberties with me you know the united states spent over a trillion dollars on these wars invaded a country that had nothing to do with nine eleven or bin laden and in fact was an enemy of bin ladin saddam hussein and in doing so created or inspired a whole new generation of people to rise up against the united states that probably wouldn't have been inclined to do so otherwise so in that sense i mean i don't know that victory is the right word but in that sense osama bin laden's agenda of trying to chisel away at the u.s. power in the world certainly was successful. the latest release revelation suggests
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pakistani special forces had been shielding bin laden for many years political analyst ivan eland says the fact that he was found in an expensive mansion close to pakistan's capital is a lone reason a certain degree of suspicion there is some possibility that the pakistani government was saving him as they ate in the hole because they knew that's what the united states wide enough the united states gets him they may be less willing to provide billions of dollars of aid and other support to the pakistani government so i think the united states has. always been a victim of pakistan supporting the taliban under the table and perhaps even hiding . simply because they are manipulating the united states in that part of the region . on our website we're asking you how the international terrorism will change with the news of bin laden's death overawing a majority of respondents so far believes everything will carry on and use it as
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usual as bin laden was no longer the main driving force about a fifth death is that is doubt his death and don't foresee any changes twelve percent your terrorism will become stronger because of his demise seven percent believe the killing will end the reign it in or that terror log on to r.t. dot com and tell us what you think. earlier nato made an apparent attempt on the life of another man the u.s. considers an enemy saturday night in tripoli the compound of colonel moammar gadhafi was hit by an airstrike he escaped death but three of his grandchildren and his youngest son were reportedly killed. bin laden's killing how they read the news . it was a death the good buried under the barrage of breaking news libyan leader muammar qaddafi's twenty nine year old son and three grandchildren were reportedly killed by need to airstrike on saturday night all children were said to be under twelve years old but within twenty four hours the us president announced the death of the world's number one terrorist and use which allusion added anything coming from
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libya the idea of extra judicial assassinations just days after an attempted to assassinate gadhafi and ended up killing his son and her own children once again we see another type of extra judicial assassination going on which of course is an international war crime but in this case it's ok because it's the bogeyman that everyone loves to hate. the coalition commanders have protested they are in full compliance with the u.n. security council resolution on libya and only target military objects insisting they're not targeting any one person in particular this despite two recent airstrikes targeting known whereabouts of khadafi this was an attack on a so you know your structure this was. a murder three of his grandchildren what it is. well i think the very thought why did it anybody with any theory associated with you know what they really want to get you know and you know
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the i used to kill here this was all a crime but of course being a libya is all or all of it complicit nato countries committing war crimes every single day attacking civilian targets showing certain audience. the bombings the sports riots with gadhafi supporters storming the italian and british embassies and protests and some believe the coalition forces continue in their chosen course in libya the situation will go from bad to worse maypoles activities his only strange to them but loyalty. these are the result of supporters for each dropped on tripoli. loyalist strongholds it's just the psychology of war anywhere when you. are resisting group their resolve gets stronger and as history shows the situation in libya made full of
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course already familiar to western politicians we have to give full credit to the. political establishment of the military establishment have been always very creative in finding anybody first it was a soviet union and it was a russian federation with some of the hussein and the use of person. makes one's will come of it whenever the need arises also has expressed concern over the stress that libya has times saying the coalition is using excessive force but promises from countries like russia china and india have been noticed by the west and will need to decide that it's all of them of course who knows how many more lives will be lost in those courts in moscow check out the free video section of our website for our own footage from tripoli our crews film the angry crowds of libyans from storm western diplomatic missions following the news that get out and suddenly grandchildren were killed sign up and get the full access to our video
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library or. position in georgia is bracing itself for another battle against president mikhail saakashvili as mass rallies are set for later this month while some opposition leaders are determined to bring thousands to the streets their relatives are already tending towards after getting a warning shot from the government or to use a car in a grouch over reports. that would search the georgian shiny with hospitality according to president. even to words it's political enemies i want to tell the russian people that they will always be welcome in georgia as partners as tourists as students as businessmen and journalists are simply a spread. mine a good serves
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a dual in the for who holds a russian passport describes the kind of course but tele mr saakashvili is talking about in slightly different words but here. we insulted me called me russian man hari and trust me out one officer took a credit card from my pocket and went to put it copied the other one to count a pack of painkillers from my back and see if i protest piece painkillers would emerge into drugs in a second we were in a protested and was almost beaten up these was a world welcome she received at a our port in shiny lisi a couple of weeks ago the previous reception was just as hostile we're in a search here russian passport is one but not the only reason to believe. we would repeat it over and over again that i am a relative of one you know who jenaveve the responded over the fact that she went
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to visit and met with push in person. not a leader of opposition democratic movement united two were chair says attacks on her family have become regular and this time around the time to order just days before a major opposition rally is to take place in bill. you see people are all police illegal actions of the government people are really just tired always and more critique. from the side of government and p.r. actions which showing surface eight of them are christie is a situation that in fact we are living in noble should be of the country is that it having you here in the center of billy's see as many langmore of the stars that people flock to see like that one the parliament is gary busey's in danger of being overshadowed by explosive reputation as a place where so many opposition rallies have been suppressed by police since
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meanwhile saakashvili took office as president in two thousand for a position leaders have come and gone but the mark thirds of dealing with them remain very much the same i think you just told your game in georgia if you are in a position where you're right you're right the question of course that. you were just basic you did by the. ruling party imply all states that he she you know the search she won't be broken down by attacks on her family and sure people would make it to the streets of d.c. no matter what but marina who sought medical attention twice up to dealing with the georgian police will be hard to persuade that hospitality is the heartbeat of me whole saakashvili his regime she says she will now think twice before visiting what used to be your native country exceeded their children r t the b.b.c.
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georgia if you want to know the current state of play in other countries that used to be part of the soviet union we're keeping up with our series of reports on. states those focuses ukraine you can catch our documentary later here on r.t. . twenty years ago the largest country in the us to some degree says this is. what the. speech energy. where did it take. take a look now at some other stories making headlines across the globe at least two people have been killed dozens more injured when a tornado tore through auckland new zealand this amateur footage captured the twister as it made its way through the country's largest city witnesses reported cars flipped over roofs ripped clean from buildings. angry mobs in argentina torched train carriages at a railway stations near the capital buenos aires trouble started after
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a direct train caused delays during morning rush hour police say at least eight carriages at three stations were burnt they've also got reports of attacks on train conductors and it offices. electronics giant sony has admitted a fresh massive leak of personal information of its customers the company says hackers have stolen the data from almost twenty five million more online gamers that follows last week's announcement of the theft of the details of seventy seven million playstation videogame users sony says thousands of bank cards bank card numbers have also been compromised. three years before the winter olympics in the russian city of sochi the local souvenir markets and shops are already full to bursting with merchandise there's artie's dennis ross europe or it's none of it would win gold medals for authenticity. when such he was announced as the home for the two thousand and fourteen winter olympics. it was music to the ears of many entrepreneurs
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a tidal wave of investment promised booming business for everyone including those who like to cash in with no official right to do so last year we confiscated over two hundred forty items of merchandise which had olympic symbols illegally applied this who tells boone replace the olympic sign on his gates. to attract customers he's now facing a fine for copyright violation and so should police say he's just one of many thirty souvenir stands are full of sports goods most of them great here say either sochi or city of the future or have logos resembling the olympic emblem but officially they are not good legs since none of these goods carry all the elements which would make them full of copyright. but after these funny little creatures were picked in a nationwide televised boot it didn't take much to inspire the copyright boy leaders to produce their own versions and now custom sells us a full of unofficial bears hares and snow leopard veges but not all vendors seem to
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want to sell them i mean do you have the olympic memorabilia here. no of course we don't i don't even like this mask i voted for the both north keys you know. as full scale official souvenir sales won't start until later this year moves to visitors these asian tourists simply pick what's available you make a fine admiral kept them sats are in good supply this spring despite all the counterfeit frenzy the organizers seem not to be too alarmed there's still about a thousand days to go before the big event plenty of time to set the room olympic sales record that is below its key r t sochi. more along with latest news we've also got. and videos for you to check out here's what's online for you right now pictures of an airplane spinning out of control or one of nascar's airports it could certainly turn your stomach to find out how the pilot
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managed to land safely plus. ecologists fighting against ocean pollution me soon resort to bugs for help as scientists discover a bacteria which is feeding feeding on plastic garbage from. the trees up next with the business update stay with us here on our. thanks matt a huge oil and gas field in russia's far east look set to come online earlier than expected gazprom says it will be drilling its first production well and certainly in three this year the gas giant had planned to start production and towards the fourteen however the shared view was sped up due to growing demand from asia gazprom also wants to get production underway in time for the asia pacific economic cooperation summit that will be held in russia in twenty twelve. russia's largest private oil company lukoil says the current oil price is not just
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a fight the government plans to listen to hong kong or the head of lukoil like it that he says it will only happen when the market stabilizes linnik we can use the markets rather the world saw the currency all prices he believed that about twenty percent of the price is speculative capital the current price of about one hundred ten dollars a barrel is perhaps the price to reflect the current costs and the current situation on the market so we would like to wait until the situation becomes stable and the dynamic development of the industry begins and if you notice the death of osama bin laden those caused multiple swings on equity commodity and currency markets with some analysts expecting further impact however the recipient of the nobel prize in economics robert mundell says bin laden's demise will have no substantial effect on the u.s. economy. but i don't think there's going to be any transfer in that and i think those are quite separate things i think everyone is relieved that this episode trade you can't be sued in your life is over and that there's still course remains
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our creator which is a dangerous enemy and a danger but at least doing it to see the end of bin laden is the beginning of the end i don't know if it's going up because of that but maybe people think that it will go up because it was national through it by repeated it to produce. the elimination of religion and me. clear things away from the united states through. take a look at the market reaction that we're seeing right now and while prices have been dropping dramatically second day in a row now amid good news of bin laden's death the terrorist in my eyes led to swings and come out if he says trade is wagered on how it will affect the major oil producing regions of the east and north africa. european stocks down a bit south both of them for seats finally come down into negative territory germany's
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dax is down almost at a cent shares and call producers are among the key decline is with b.m.w. down until point eight percent here in russia change from bad to worse the r.t.s. is down one hundred percent my six down two percent actually opened in positive territory after a long weekend second look at some of the stocks on the my sex moving the markets and first up in line banking stocks that down two percent both from the t.v. and through its banks lou correlate that one point four percent of course in declining zero will prices but growth semiconscious pairing better than the market is down by just not trial rockets pulling one up. and russia is trading on a week short week of course after public holidays next week will also be short you're going to have an alpha capital police training will be knowledge and. we're going to see some significant activity in russian market because of long holidays
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and we expect trading volumes to be really low and of course see no matter whether we see any positive news for you the from the u.s. or from europe or from russia itself we're not going to see a real a strong market moves probably will go on consolidating at current levels probably will make a little make an attempt to go be higher however it's not going to be a rally but still again the bell a chanst remain positive and the overall sentiment in global markets also remain positive we have already seen last week some positive signals on the federal reserve policy on the economy on earnings so i think that we're going to consolidate now probably some local players will make their positions and i believe we're going to go higher so at least we will have to perform in comparison
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to be developed markets and also given the fact that we've been lagging during the last month. and other news russian manufacturing growth showed its sharpest drop in april more than two years rising producer prices and a fall in exports what is seen as key factors restraining both investment in production and output. russia's top lenders burbank may not list the seven point six percent stake at once as was planned of the privatization program and that's believe low investor demand will oblige the company to offer a smaller tranche of shares to avoid depreciation the price final decision is yet to be made ahead of its burbank herman graph says the company is doing its utmost to widen the number of potential investors. and that's a good the president says from so the price number of shares will depend on the market situation we are a market based company more than half of our capital is being traded on the market
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that's why deciding the price will not be a problem for us and two months time will aim to get older necessary or through walls and to start resting or a.d.r.'s and london this will significantly widen the range of potential investors. business i think we'll be back in fifty five minutes time with the headlines and i guess with that i say but i think.
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