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markets why not. why not what's really happening to the global economy with much stronger or a no holds barred look at the global financial headlines tune into kaiser report on r t. russia hosts the envoys of libyan leader colonel gadhafi and say they are ready for a ceasefire if nato stops bombing and the rebel forces sit down for talks. to me today dominoes afore the e.u. saying looks like the next possible victim of the euro crisis after portugal's a massive bailout package is unanimously agreed. moscow's one hundred all left a trail of human body parts leads to the culture of accountable he cooked a humanist you. try to is ready to spice up the space race making public an ambitious plan to launch its own orbital station to rival the i.s.o.'s. and what
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will happen next for the parties involved in the failed arctic exploration deal will bring the full story in the business bulletin around twenty minutes time. here with r.t. live from moscow where it's not just stuffed three pm on tuesday now moscow has called on the regime of colonel gadhafi to stop killing civilians and observe a u.n. mandate and libya but envoys sent by khadafi to moscow say they will meet with these times rather when nato stops its bombing campaign russia's foreign minister sergei lavrov has been meeting the libyan leader's representatives right here in moscow. house more on this point minister lavrov described source with libyan authorities as productive he's managed to convince them to pull the u.n. security council's their solutions to. eight safety zones in the country to
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cooperate with the u.n. security council on distribution of humanitarian aid throughout the country to follow the road map presented by the african union and to let international observers inside the country that would be monitoring how those resolutions are fulfilled however in a very sure and libyan authorities has conditions under which they will introduce that the people who go to use tripoli is willing to consider approaches based on the african union road map for peace they are ready to fully meet the requirements of the un resolution only what's in it was necessary for the opposition to make similar moves and for nato to stop stalling turn into a lover of once again stressed that nato is actions in libya to be younger solutions of the un security council and that there is no military solution to this whole thing and even though russia is not a mediator in this particular conflict it does agree with the road map presented by
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the african union opposition members are also to come to moscow to hold talks with foreign minister lavrov over the visit has been postponed it was supposed to come to morrow nonetheless they're still coming to mostly they're still willing to talk however many are saying that there's some clear cut reasons why the rebel government doesn't want a ceasefire washington's were perfect many early via mahmoud jibril the leader of libya's transitional national council leader than studied in the u.s. for years and on his latest visit to washington he didn't fail to show how devoted he is to american values we. really believe and we really aspire that our message will get across to the american public that we are really here to join hands to build a democratic a dream and the libyan soil and washington they join hands with those seeking to replace khadafi and take over power in libya to help prop them up the u.s. pledged to funnel billions of dollars of could up its frozen assets to the
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transitional council i am currently drafting legislation at the request of the state department and the administration that will authorize the transfer of available cash assets to the council but the support from washington comes not only in money and tomahawk missiles but also in military command one of the commanders of the lead in rebel r.t. is gen calif i have to her a long time gadhafi to factor he leave you know washington suburb for the last twenty years just minutes away from cia headquarters although any intelligence connections have never been officially confirmed at the moment we have cia operatives all over eastern syria and i can cia agents already there even before obama recognize it and who has been for him so used in libya along working alongside french intelligence and british s.e.'s as well they are manipulating the agenda of this transitional council some analysts say the u.s.
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is using the turmoil in libya to propel through power people who would be loyal to their interests you look at this collection of gibril joe yunus and if there are these people are foreign agents they are nato stooges there they are completely controlled and they will never be able to assert any kind of independent autonomous libya in the groups of the puppet regime and that this would generate into chaos and number of leaders who were propped up by washington have faced popular discontent in egypt hosni mubarak had been extensively supported by the. u.s. for decades despite the mess they've disapproval of his policies yemen has seen violent protests over the rule of its president who many believe has managed to hold on to power only things to u.s. support and the government of hamid karzai in afghanistan has been struggling with hardly discontent for years the u.s. and its allies will go into this there were some sort of
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a regime that we approve of but the process is not going to be a democratic one and in the long run the odds are overwhelming that the libyan people will reject that regime having clearly taken sides in the league and civil war washington is now seeking to forge strong ties with whoever might come to power there but analysts say such an overwhelming support financial military and political never comes without strings attached and bonus check our reporting from washington r.t. . means i'm on the ground in libya nato air strike caused fires of a security services building and the headquarters of the country's and see corruption agency officials claim the coalition was trying to destroy files linked to corruption cases against the rebel leadership the two buildings are close to the residence of libyan leader moammar gadhafi which has been hit constantly by nato bombs pollution investigative journalist attorney khosla says it's not could be the should be targeted but rather the alliance itself. nato has shown in other
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campaigns around the world but it starts off with this sort of pretense that they want to have a short sharp war and what it happens is it turns into a long protracted. war where actually what who does right out of this the military industrial complex these massive military companies who are supplying all this weaponry tonight oh they're the people who do best out of any fact both sides. military congress from both sides do well so i think that i don't think that the nato side really wants to make this a sure thing at all they actually would like a long protracted conflict and they would like ultimately to take a. roll over libya's oil and libya's finances which is what this is all about we don't see colonel gadhafi going into foreign countries invading them bombing them attacking them we don't see these long protracted wars carried out by colonel gadhafi i think he's the least of our problems and we should see tony blair and george bush in the dock at the international criminal court. you could r.t.
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it's good to have your company today and still to come on the program here a space time table. the chinese hoping to land a man on the moon by twenty twenty five and a man on mars by twenty forty china joins the space race with an ambitious plan and it's ready to offer some stiff competition to the superpowers. now e.u. finance ministers you know mostly back to a one hundred ten billion dollar bailout package for that stricken portugal there's still debate surrounding greece which despite receiving a one hundred fifty five billion dollar bailout last year is still in no better shape now concern surrounds spain and whether one of europe's or rather biggest economies might soon need a financial lifeline of its own daniel bushell reports. the eurozone is in serious trouble there's a storm of controversy already growing over the seventy eight billion euro rescue package for portugal which has just been agreed by the finance ministers of the european union here in brussels several states have already come out and openly
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criticized finland being among them and one dutch m.p. here told me it's really not the job of the prudence states in the european union to be restoring those countries which have been more ridiculous for example portugal now the i.m.f. the international monetary fund is supposed to be coordinating this rescue package it's also supposed to stump up a third of that cash but its head dominique strauss kahn has just been arrested on sexual assault charges in new york so there's two more there as well greece is a country that's already received a bailout but it's already are asking saying it needs more cash now we're there it's clear how taxpayers across the rest of the e.u. will react at this time of economic difficulty to having to bailout those countries and the belgian the finance me is there has said that he really wants to see greece sorting out its problems first before it gets more money now the four critically
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ill economies of the european union and known as the pigs that's portugal ireland greece and spain and by far the biggest economy and therefore of the biggest concern is spain there's really growing concern over the economic situation there we've got horrible statistics local most of one in two young people in spain are out of work the question is being too big to fail that maybe it's saving grace that the euro zone countries simply called the forward to let a big country as spain go by the wayside and fall as well. it is only push right there now reckless austerity cuts are going to preserve an already flawed euro that's according to we have to have ours a member of the european parliament from portugal. the writing is on the wall since a year ago since these euro crisis starts it's the original sin is we'll be out at the actual weaknesses of zero at the euro itself he said in a complete experiment the other one says that we can you know
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a farce our way out of this through austerity and that we can't service our debts through such can't see in public budgets what i think that ultimately will carry the response is it is reality this path is clearly unsustainable so it will break the back of the camel sooner or later and you know it should be sooner that the european governments specially france and germany says once and i reckon as that's reality. u.s. meantime has reached its debt ceiling over fourteen point three trillion dollars and it's now making emergency cuts to avoid defaulting the government is likely to take the loans from two pension funds to help keep it afloat for a few more weeks earlier this year the i.m.f. warned washington had cogently needed to deal with its national debt congress is not negotiating with the white house to see what america can borrow investment by roger daltry told r.t. that the country doesn't have a leader of leaders are brave enough to tackle america's crisis. but what all of
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this will amount to is eventually the death of the dollar you know when the united states doesn't have a revenue problem and we have a real spending problem you know as dr mark probert said you know we're really in the end game here you know unless we really start to rebalance ourselves there won't be anyone to show up to treasury auctions i mean this isn't a bad way style economics pretty soon if we don't get this issue in order no one is going to be showing up i mean what kind of message are we really sending out to our creditors here i mean if you were the leader of a company whose tributes covenants just about every quarter i mean do you think your creditors or shareholders will continue to finance your business i mean what this will amount to is a decrease in standard of living if we don't raise the debt ceiling but that's reality you know we're broke i mean that the woman has already been raised ten times over the past fifteen years and meanwhile the national debt is triple you know it's clear that these politicians have no real intention of going to the real fundamental issue at hand and that is we're already spent and we're over leverage here as a nation and it's clear that they have no intention of paying this bag without
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a monetized you know from dominic sex crimes of the tax evader himself to me gee you know we don't have a real leader out there was really really ready to talk about the real issues at hand here. the u.s. dollar has actually surged recently sparking speculation of what is causing it and as always aussies max keiser has his own take on the situation you can follow the latest scandals from wall street and around the world with the kaiser report that's coming your way in about fifteen minutes time. right about the dollar enjoying a bit of a bounce recently tied exactly to the moment when bin ladin spectacle stance a bully pakistan's violent films are alive and you american state sanctioned terrorist blood guts pentagon armed military conflict the military industrial complex i.e. you did are you d s it's a huge splatter fest that we've seen which is the basis for the rally in the dollar
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there's no jobs there there's no manufacturing there good thing back in the dollar this broken state sanctioned terrorist act that's what the dollars all the. time you can see the cars are fourteen about sixteen minutes time now a couple has been arrested in moscow just as he was about to eat the liver was dismembered fiction he's put all of his all the details of his gruesome story for us and peter so tell us how police actually managed to find the kind of. well over the past two weeks dismembered body parts being found in me here but the by the moscow river as well as here in western moscow where i am right now now one of those body parts that was found was partially harmed and investigators were able to use to get fingerprints to positively identify the victim as one
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goal of a forty year old man they then went around to talk to his circle of friends which led them here. see this apartment building where they questioned eventually arrested nicholai showed that in no show did in i had admitted to the the officers who arrested him that it was he who had murdered you got off he also admitted to having beaten parts of the victims of body and in fact in the apartment where he was arrested police recovered the the tools that were used to dismember his victim and also and also parts of a human liver that had been cut up being cooked in a stew the charger and had been eating now the arrest took place in the early hours of this morning in sharjah had been described by people in this area as somebody who had a history of mental illness and the the manager of the apartment building was actually. at the scene for the arrest and saw him being taken away.
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from an interview his mother had asked him to open the door because he wouldn't open up to the police i came to the door asked him to open but he wouldn't so we kicked it in but first he claimed he hadn't done anything then police found a liver in his refrigerator tests showed it was human after that he started telling the truth about what happened he couldn't remember half of it because he was drunk when he did it the victim he remembered was from rostov and had recently got out of jail and didn't have a home to go to invited the man to his apartment he would invite anyone who offered to buy him alcohol. peter any reaction of this point from the neighbors. this is a very busy residential area of western moscow and i'm talking to the neighbors and other people who live around this area we're building up a picture of a very disturbed individual we've heard tales of of shuttering having
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tortured a dog brutally before throwing it from the balcony of his apartment also many tales of antisocial behavior. alcoholic alcohol abuse really and then he was very prone to inviting homeless men back to his apartment for long drinking sessions and he admitted to the officers who were arrested this was how he was able to to entice. back to his his flat in order to commit this murder that he was homeless see we offered him to come back and drink with him but for some of the and that's when he decided he was going to carry out his murder however some of the neighbors that we have spoken to said that they really can't believe that this is happening not only in their in their local area but somebody who lived so close to them could have carried it out whereas others have said that they suspected this child that in hard to be up to something for quite a long time. you know i was cleaning the rubbish
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bin and the container was full so i tried to press it down it was then i saw the books covered in plastic bags and i tried to leave it and saw some hand sticking out but he was really completely just we just can't believe this this person has lived next to us for so many years and all of a sudden he does this he's a sick person he's a schizophrenia and then it turns out he's actually knew it and even someone. oh i doubt he's patrolling thanks. are not as good as some other international headlines for you and the irish army has defused a pipe bomb found close to dublin after an anonymous caller tipped off police it comes as the british queen makes the first official royal visit to the country in one hundred years the trip has been labeled historic following decades of animosity between the two countries police say a number of other bomb threats were called in but turned out to be hoaxes. right now are continuing here with one of those one or two younger pakistan will
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return every of the unmanned helicopter which went down during the raid on osama bin laden's compound the choppers thought have been equipped with a secret stealth technology the american is seal team and tried to destroy it but some parts were later covered up by pakistani troops. and the bird shuttle endeavor that blasted off from cape canaveral yesterday has successfully reached orbit on its sixteen day mission it will reach the international space station on wednesday delivering a two billion us dollars cosmic ray detector the site is hoped will help them discover the origin of the universe the flight was initially show you all an april but was postponed due to a problem in a power unit is about to end its thirty year old shuttle program its last project the shuttle atlantis is expected to launch into life. but just as the u.s. cuts back on its space program china has announced plans to put its own space station in orbit the sixty tunney construction will be almost seven times lighter
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from the international space station if indeed all goes to plan with a focus being on experiments in space however the involvement of the chinese military is causing some concern. paging space city opening its doors to the media as china announces its intention to build its own space station by twenty twenty to rival the international space station and while some see chinese advances in space travel as a potential for it officials here are keen to stress the spirit of cooperation they say is behind china's space program. we're looking people were cooperating with other countries in the field of space exploration and we're also looking forward to getting more countries during this work so we can promote the common goals of mankind honestly for the moment though china's space program is doing very well on its own since becoming only the first country in the world to send a man into space in two thousand and three the chinese also carried out a space walk in two thousand and eight and the country isn't going to stop. trying
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as extraterrestrial ambitions go far beyond the launching of the space station the chinese hoping to land a man on the moon by twenty twenty five and a man on mars by twenty forty an ambitious timetable by anyone's standards. however it's the very speed and nature of china's space program that has some including the u.s. worried most of the tens of billions of dollars that the chinese have spent on these projects has come from the country's military budget and with china's downing of a damaged weather satellite it using a ballistic missile back in two thousand and seven some are now talking of the potential for a new space arms race. janus is developing in cities like any other superpower this technology is the most advanced and mostly used during peacetime but if needed some technologies could also be used during the.
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chinese officials deny the country's manned space program has any military uses several european countries are expressing interest in using any future space station for research and paid. jim says that it's currently working with russia on its mission to put a man on mars and remorse in north sea beijing. and europe is another space power with growing up missions despite the economic crisis the continent aims to increase its missions to what it had on he talks to the european space agency chief that's. where you think the connection a flight to mars we have. to solve on planet earth. below from planet earth and this is a new priority of the priority but manned space flight is little small part of that it's not the player we do but it's an important part of space because us hundreds. of space on planet earth and the whole prism of the all of the world we are working
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together there is no more notion that the on board the space station. i time now for the latest update with katrina. thanks roy harper and welcome to our business report for this hour b.p. and rosneft arctic exploration and share spot deal has collapsed sources close to rosneft say it will be looking for a new partner to explore the arctic the failure of its agreement with b.p. comes after b.p.'s current partner in russia they are reportedly rejected a thirty two billion dollars offer to buy it stake in t.n. k b p a r has consistently objected to the nature of the deal saying it broke its shareholder agreement with b.p. however sources suggest a are is still prepared to negotiate if the conditions can be met for an hour sun
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during down the street i constantly see not head of the national energy security fund thank you so much for joining us and hopefully can shed some light on this deal for us now tell me is this the end was a possibly just another twist in the negotiating process so i called into my informational sniffed didn't see and a few surprises from well so that is why it's my personal view on this case in my opinion of course. all the stories there will be more of a deal between the amberson left and wade because you mentioned about thirty two billion dollars as a proposal of the. so in my opinion it was and there are some proposals that way because you're going to remember the price of b.p. at the beginning of this year the whole company was forty one billion dollars so they said that we're going to give you thirty people billion dollars for because of the company so it's an excellent deal but you didn't mention one thing it was not
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the only world yes we decided to give more them six percent of the sales will be new companies because you know that they're doing this for months of a lot of rumors about the position of but their position toward the big. our consortium said that we want not only yes we want some serendipity company we said ok we'll give you six percent of our company but not really be selfish you want to do if there was no company so that is like my idea is very simple. has no economic reasons for its position so that is why it's politically motivated decision it's politically motivated here this is the way the main idea. is to destroy these deal between b.p. and wisner that is why in my opinion. a very is no reason to continue this negotiation because they are in my opinion to give an extra excellent proposal and if they. decide to say no they will say no for all ideas or begin with new
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facilities well i'm sure that it's the end of this story so this is that is are the reasons behind decision. reasoning for doing what they did was front and i am i have previously threatened to sue b.p. for compensation does either of these companies have a case and what might the t.c. stand to lose. so they said in my opinion so the. main motivation of. it was not money saw him going with the original also destroyed his group so. it's very interesting right private companies what people disapprove of the partnership between b.p. and the sniff and why they do that want to see if it was near to the shareholder of b.p. company but we see that it was the real policy i can't give the answer what is the final motivation what was the for and the reason of. for short of the what it will destroy this council so. because in my opinion you were speaking about would be the
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main the main of course idea maybe the main reason of b.p. in this do was to pick up in this arctic projects the main reason the first sniff of course was to take these five percent of the big companies because it was important we were speaking about people. between russian companies and foreign companies. but. of course it's very just what would be the course of this deal so you don't think they're in a position to be saying either. company now i don't know what will be reaction of here because b.p. in my opinion made a serious mistake they didn't ask the signature because i absolutely sure. had information about these them before before it's clear that the meeting that mr friedman. if you should be. but in my opinion be the behavior of people is like you know. i thin you're right behave in russia so they didn't ask
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the signature it was like the. informal you can say our formal agreement of freedom of the civil to you guys i'm not against it but then he began to behave as you would see a businessman who is my signature was go to the court them insult and now it's interesting if you go to because of course. the very serious consideration because in my opinion there are a lot of arguments to explain their position and the real reason. was not to take part in this deal was not to be the sort of the story about who destroyed is the and that is why was the if you ask for this is convincing than it sounds like a reason to do that is one of substance also said that rosneft is looking for a new partner who do you think that's the bill for that it's an interesting question because i absolutely sure that there are a lot of foreign companies which want to play a part in this arctic deal because arctic is the future of the oil industry and
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that is why i think all european and american measures they can be the part in this story but there is one serious problem who will give you so because i have some of the. it's not a problem before and just to put up the main idea was not. to find a partner in this. world this was in the bottom seat so. the reason was to find a partner who will give you. comfort so. that the main problem find the company which can give you five percent or so if you have sinned against the right battle thank you so much for your time q ok and that's all we have time for business this hour we'll be back next hour. wealthy british science.


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