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bryson. moon and sun moon from sun still gratian these. stunts on t.v. don't come. from us hail russians help in paving the path for a palestinian state as moscow hosts the two recently reconciled parties for talks on the middle east peace process. not just a special but essential relations president obama reaffirms close ties with london during his visit to the u.k. but behind all the smiles and handshakes there are strong differences to overcome. plus an international trio of space voyages landed safely on the classic step for being with them some rather unusual guests mutated fridays from the international space station. and one hours left before young that stops people trading in new
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york this is our t. is more education on the market closely more entrants in minutes. worldwide use of live from moscow this is artsy welcome to the program now two palestinian factions have reaffirmed recently for ties as both fatah and hamas are now in moscow seeking russia's backing for the creation of an independent palestinian state that met with foreign minister sergei lavrov their path towards a resolution of the arab israeli conflict. is following their pursuit. of delegation consisted of members of hamas and fatah now those two organizations decided they were going to work together on the fourth of may they signed an agreement in cairo putting behind them sometimes turbulent history between the two groups they said they've now put that behind them completely and the willing to
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work together in order to achieve a palestinian state and said that they will work together in a state government of a palestinian state now they're going to put forward these plans to the u.n. general assembly in september they met with their foreign minister sergey lavrov to tell him all of this and following that meeting the delegation seemed happy for what they heard from mr lavrov that's russia was ready to give the palestinian state a palestinian state their full backing. we're not planning to proclaim independence unilaterally next september we're going to call on the u.n. to recognize a state and foreign minister sergei lavrov has reaffirmed russia's support for this process. for mr lavrov both in the foreign ministry though to confirm what was said in that meeting israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu really slammed down proposals for a return to nine hundred sixty seven borders now the palestinian delegation that's
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been in moscow at the side of us has said that they will never recognize the state of israel the fatah delegates that have been here said they still view israel as the main stumbling block in the road to peace however both sides just did made up this delegation said that they were happy about mr obama putting forward a. plan that would see a return to one hundred sixty seven borders however that this didn't go far enough for them. it's not the first time the u.s. has made statements on the need to recognize palestine in its nine hundred sixty seven borders in any case this is a positive sign but unfortunately it's not enough because the initiative says nothing about jerusalem. which has been an indispensable part of the palestinian lands occupied in one thousand nine hundred seventy the usa being a key player in the middle east for just observing the big old resolutions made by international institutions and the wall by the un but the latest u.s.
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attempts to rekindle the peace process in the middle east seeming to be days in the water palestinian delegates from hamas and fatah here in moscow to put forward their ideas to bring peace to the region. so he's got all of our reporting right there the israeli prime minister has flatly denied his state would return to the pre nine hundred sixty seven borders with the palestinians that was the solution that barack obama had been calling for twenty minutes netanyahu reaffirmed his position before the u.s. pro israeli lobby head of his an address in the congress he said returning to pre nine hundred sixty seven borders would leave his country indefensible and blame the palestinians unwillingness to recognize the jewish state for the deadlock in the conflict a few days ago barack obama called on israel to accept the proposal backed by the u.n. e.u. and russia israel suggestion with heavy criticism that the deal would mean withdrawing from occupied palestinian territories human rights lawyer nor ever cat says that washington school for peace is just empty rhetoric. when he spoke on thursday his
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speech basically said that he wants to negotiate from the pre nine hundred sixty seven borders with lance wops which already assumes that there would be a recognition of the settlements that exist and that the settlements would go anywhere this by their eagle status under international law but notice that it is apec address he doesn't say anything different he says that it will not be the one nine hundred sixty seven borders because of land swaps lancelot's means nor return to sixty seven borders but your islam and the surrounding settlements that are illegal around jerusalem will become facts on the ground as israel has once it is tried to make reality with the creation of an annexation wall when in fact the basic premise in international law firm the one nine hundred forty nine armistice line as the line along which a palestinian state should be built that said i think that it becomes really irrelevant anyway to discuss this because basically what is are pitiable what the u.s. is offering to the palestinians is not sovereignty our state heard what their average
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offering is a state where they have some sort of autonomy in bulk to stands very similar to black townships in south africa or reservations here in the united states. that was our human rights lawyer nor erica talking about the u.s. is running diplomacy. the american president is in london for the second day of his four nation european trip during his first state visit to the united kingdom obama met with the queen ahead of talks with the prime minister on wednesday however dialogue between the two sides could be strained following disagreements on key issues such as terrorism and foreign policy. matters covering the events from the british capital. president obama will be staying here at buckingham palace as a guest of the queen while he and prime minister david cameron plan to establish closer security ties between greece and the u.s. the idea is to create a joint national security strategy board is a unique arrangements in which the u.s.
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will open up its highly secretive national security council to u.k. officials and it comes at a time when both countries admit they weren't prepared for the uprisings in the middle east and north africa it might not be easy for us there was this a person cuts in defense spending could tom its cooperation with the u.s. in the two sides have been devalued libya with the u.s. more reticent about its involvement than britain myself likes bellows to be talking about afghanistan and the us will be trying to persuade the british army noughts to pull troops out later this year both countries see two thousand and fifteen as the target date for withdrawing troops terrorism will also be on the agenda with the us asking the u.k. to support its tough line on pakistan on harboring terrorists and at all that will be asking cameron to do more to combat british muslim extremism the us will all say oh it's great to reassure russia about this so i think the missile defense shield
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in poland all in all the so-called special relationship between the us that you say is far from over whatever that means to the rest of the world's. lorimer the report from the british capital well. still ahead for you this hour drug dealers being left red faced ritual answers are getting the face of russia's drug dealers forcing the threat off the streets. and find out if a recently returned space crew came back to work with the summer unusual addition to that. in georgia the opposition is determined to carry on with the rallies aimed at overthrowing president saakashvili thousands have been massing on the streets of tbilisi for several days to resign they're pushing for early elections to stop what they say is a quote criminal regime and leading the country into disaster protesters fear that saakashvili may use all means possible to stay on top but as one of the opposition leaders said. they told us here abouts he wrote that the people will continue to
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fight for their freedom despite the threat. and. he would not get paid. not being lit. it is a game we still want to. believe in here i'm absolutely sure we like. fighting each other and everything like you said include being from the field and just peace loving god i mean i know the japanese easy to use any kind of like that they will be share it easy for you to see the light it lets them to see it like that. if. you like people who maybe seriously i think you can't which is coming from. every media that you are receiving and i mean you can get out. even if you played it nevertheless. people.
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may should really be embedded with the actions even. now the georgian opposition says that president saakashvili has actions started the revolution and the country political expert. says the media is rapidly losing what few supporters the house. this support of saakashvili has diminished drastically for several reasons well firstly the war was not that much for your ears in spite of the fact that well georgia in population i'm not speaking even about georgian elite is not pro russian but the results of the war were not satisfactory for the for georgia secondly. the economic situation in the country is not is not good because in the beginning of his presidency the support of the west of the european union and the united states was rather big now it has diminished for several reasons again well there
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was crisis but also the policy of circus really is not wise and it is not that much supported in the west so we may for see that. the group of he is supporters will diminish and it will diminish drastically in the next few days it may be just part of the lead just the power of the opposition is growing and that is our political analyst arena co-operatives kind of keeping her take on be on holding situation in georgia. so iran has announced its planning to impose sanctions against a twenty six u.s. officials for violating human rights it comes as the e.u. agreed to widen sanctions against the country over its nuclear program. says that the government wants to put an end to what it claims is us a lawless ness in the region. i think the view really in iran is that the united states and its allies including members of the you are basically the countries that
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are violating human rights more than any other country in the world they're constantly waging wars in afghanistan and iraq and now and libya. killing and murdering hundreds of thousands of people in addition to that for example the siege on gaza which is illegal and barbaric and where ordinary women and children are made to suffer it is being done with the support of the united states and the you so basically what the iranians want to do is they want to break this culture where the americans and the europeans constantly act as if they are the center of the world as if they are more civilized than others whereas in reality the harm that they've been causing to the world is unprecedented i think what is important not the actual sanctions themselves it is breaking with this year old centric model that has been imposed upon the west and the rest of the world. he with r.t. now nato planes have launched their heaviest air attacks on libya's capital tripoli
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since the start of the coalition's campaign libyan officials say three people killed dozens injured with the main target reported to be a cut off about his compound. and comes as france announced his decision to deploy helicopters to escalate their strike power moscow says the alliance acting in libya has so far failed to act in accordance with the way of preservation of russian foreign minister rebel representatives here in moscow was part of attempted peace negotiations talking about nato to wrapped up an aerial campaign in libya political analyst says he sees no end game for the coalition. who has to be a political solution to this crisis in more brutal brutal blog none of them are the libyan government we're going to. use. and the new two strokes i think the who was the first to use the fall on the side of the
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new book was that it should be the balance of power or who is for you but some flower we go with we've got sufficient capacity both the underground the circle this conflict. once and for all over. the. conquest of the alliance of our political some. i don't see how it was all anything isn't it beautiful. good working with the. lawyers against him so we feel a bit of the mission now is just driven by immersion. only. for more of the libyan stalemate and the unrest in the arab world just log on to our web site that's art you got a comment or text on some of the items we have lined up for you right now. e.u. issues greece a fresh ultimatum saying athens needs to step up economic reforms as it's failing
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to meet a bailout publications. and officials are leaving a moscow dolphinarium to sink or swim a lack of money in the crumbling infrastructure mean it's able to children will lose out on a unique treatment more about everything else that party dot com. the russian authorities are stepping up the war on drugs in the country but for some the speed of progress just isn't fast enough now activists are taking the fight into their own hands but their actions are falling foul of the law. for national reports. it said all is fair in love and war and perhaps even more say in the war on drugs drugs that killed two point five million people every year across the globe and almost two hundred fifty men women and youngsters every day in russia alone some are fighting their own controversial battle against a threat payson as customers they arrange to meet alleged drug dealers and once
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they have satisfied this suspect is a drug pusher they serve them a black mark and leave them red faced. people have to know their enemies would look like people will be free to go because next time police may be there. these guys are not alone in russian there and conventional methods of fighting against drugs their colleagues from the drug free city movement have been accused of torturing addicts after they've used handcuffs to force them to kick their habit they've also marked drug dealers houses to shame them in the community well it is our uprising against the drug dealers do you think it is better to sit at home and watch how the drug dealers will be killing what we manage to unite our forces and declare war to the drug dealers. sociologists a mob just as occurs when people become disillusioned by official efforts but the
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public taking the law into its own hands is an unwelcome trend growth of the north of the border there are a lot of enthusiastic who are striving to eradicate this horrible evil by any means possible when their actions don't comply with the law the law is against them for sure we can eradicate this evil but only by legal methods there are over five million drug users in morden russia past amounts of money has been blown on reducing drug demand and treating addicts as sadistic so just getting more and more gloomy. this is how some of the activists apply. to stop the madness threatening the country with waterproof di they mock stealers they say will have to hide from the public for at least three weeks some are skeptical about their methods agas even accuse them of really getting what the antidrug big event is all give their form of justice is more fit if it helps save at least one life.
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out see most. of the heroin use but i think it's in russia as traffic from afghanistan and pakistan. islamabad anti drug cheap to find out what's being done to stem the flow of narcotics. people just happy with them princes awareness campaigns because it is the easier part of the thing done we have been talking about it all over the world in all the conferences if you have heard this menace it is the same thing is said is t.v. to catch a thief you have to be written for most were to be there and this thing really gordo not be hit hard that is what we are doing and the support there comes from the international community of the countries which are destined for this drug are feeling the heat of it they must do things more in fredrick elite and in order to survive in numbers which is not happening or god i am blaming the international community not for going enough if unity c.
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has been there for about fifty years the question is it has introduced a drug it hasn't united states of america did in a while islam for the last time or so minute via this so much of forces has a duty to do their drugs production that it has not so what can pakistan alone do on the supply. side you can watch the full interview with the head of pakistan's anti drug force in just over an hour's time right here on artsy are not as good as some of international. lines for you in brief this hour the ash cloud from the erupting icelandic volcano is causing further disruption to air travel is it sweeps over europe or the two hundred delays and cancellations have been reported in parts of scandinavia island and scotland while a threat hangs over services currently in england it follows saturday's eruption of the country's most active volcano the largest such event in one hundred years last
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year ash from another icelandic volcano caused one hundred thousand flights to be canceled closed european airspace for an entire week. an explosion has rocked iran's a largest oil refinery shortly before the country's president arrived for a show you will visit in the southwestern city of done one person was killed at least twenty injured in the blast mahmoud ahmadinejad was unhurt the president was expected to make a speech marking the opening of the refinery officials think a gas leak may of course the explosion. the devastating tornado that hit the u.s. city of joplin on sunday has left one hundred sixteen people dead more than four hundred injured thousands of homes and schools churches and businesses were all destroyed full casts say severe weather could probably persist and may reach the east coast by the end of the week almost five hundred people have died in u.s. storms and tornadoes this year. after spending six months in
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space they've finally come back home and american and italian and a russian cosmonaut have landed safely in kazakhstan however the intrepid voyagers did not come back alone as part of their experiments on the international space station they tested the impact of albeit on flies and scientists hope their work will help to understand how conditions in space affect a living organism parties to battle has been following the bush administration the crew of the i assess that have spent six months there have safely landed in the step in kazakhstan as we've been watching on the screens. here in mission control in moscow the craft the module that they came back in departed from the i.s.o.'s a few hours before it came to land then it started its descent reentered the earth's atmosphere came in over the caspian sea then opened its parachute and eventually landed safely in the step in classic stern and teams of helicopters and planes were ready to receive the crew and make sure they were all ok after their
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descent it's the end of the twenty seventh expedition on the i assess this crew be not there for six months and while they've been up there as well as conducting a lot of experiments both on themselves to see how they've responded to the environment of space and also many technical experiments and receiving space vehicles up there they've also seen in some rather interesting anniversaries but the spent the new year up there they sort out multiple times because of the time differences here on earth and they also saw in fifty years since yuri gagarin was the first man in space and they recorded a special video message to thank all those involved and to mark that very special anniversary and they received the last ever u.s. endeavor space shuttle on its mission up there some equipment up to the i assess and then they waved goodbye to that for the last time they've been up there for six months they're now back down safely on earth and all the people down there who have
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just received them in the step in kazakhstan will be trying to make sure that they receive a proper welcome back on earth. right there now in a few minutes here on earth you can catch our interview show spotlight at this time we'll be discussing the future for resource cooperation between beijing and moscow but first union is here with business in just a few moments. circle of the charcoal ski international film festival in the front of russia from may twenty third to twenty nine featuring two hundred films from forty eight countries thirty five russian premieres and fifty prize winners from the berkeley and venice film festival appearances by ray science andre cultural ski don't get dozens of forums discussions of workshops the circolo international film festival fine cinema for a demanding audience. hello
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and a very warm welcome to a business update in just over an hour so it's well stock trading in new york so all eyes are on the young that's what such markets are generally making has raised one point three billion dollars in its i.p.o. . it's the largest global internet company since google went public in two thousand and four and as you can see from these live pictures from times square and that stock is the passing of gradually search for the big moment the gates organize exodus. and they're not ok it's just the thought of an internet companies and the search google once took in two thousand and one and many analysts say the timing could talk to be better for the most popular search engine both of you who doesn't know what you're going to say this is a russian version of google and some people are saying but that's exactly russian google and state so everything is russian that.
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demonstrated by a russian interest in your linked in russian email so what are you seeing so all eyes on now on how trading will start your. time because you can see the light from times square from nasa. on the forces getting ready for the big moment. we hear. russia still production girls six point six percent year on year of those first quarter to almost twenty three million tonnes the report from the us i'm going to just production should surface pre-crisis levels this year boosted by the manufacturing and energy sectors i called rebel or outlines the weaknesses and strengths of the russian still makers. if you pick up the little material self-sustained you know i've got all that i know material taking cold be an important element in the production of steel or
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self-sufficiency because the flipside and probably the disadvantage would be a lot of the plants are probably some investment needs to go into that and that's the remote civilization so you know that all the infrastructure is there to make has officially competitive compared to other countries yet again a saving of a day's labor labor still relatively cheap compared to some of the other regions never. ok let's take a look at the markets now well futures are still thought tracing this hour of light switch more than nineteen million dollars they're all thoughts have bounced back from some of their previous losses helped china's energy to mount a jump. again in the us dollar is limiting to be found. around european shares continue their gains with pharma metal prices supporting minus that c. is a wrong point six percent in the black on the tax point nine percent our own weather investor sentiment remains pretty dry along the system's concerns about the
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eurozone soaring prices. ok and here in moscow the markets are continuing their hearings after monday's major losses with the arches gaining nearly two percent let's take a look at some of the individual. moves on the my six son achieve major among the main cable supported by strong emotion prices rose three percent adelson if gains more than one hundred percent for solid banking stocks also on the rise was around two percent in. russian markets may be on a bit of a rebound to the solid but they've taken a mess of hits in the last month it's been the longest losing streak since two thousand and eight after the first quarter war in see the market has most favorable than must just bizarre jesus on the explains why. as almost always in russia this talk markets follows the oil prize so there is no surprise here oil fell about
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three percent among the trade and the russian stock market fell about the same market which is also say that investors are concerned that europe's debt crisis may hurt the economic recovery and thus they lose abit sides for risky assets russia is still can see there is a risk investments favored by speculators but it's analysts say that speculative capital is leading the contrary scared away by political on certain said before the elections next year and by possible curbing off quantitative easing program in the united states some analysts say that the full will continue they predict the russian are tail still gets below seven hundred points in the near future but the authors say that the trans may soon change op words as such huge capital outflow as we saw last week is often a sign that the markets has reached its bottom. ok that's his business for now and fun so things get on the way they are new york will be talking to the c.e.o. over yonder. in part one last night.
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