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amid allegations of the ruling military's body practice is a different question whether the revolution for justice and democracy has only put in place another dictatorship. economy to security the leaders of russia china iran and afghanistan joined their central asian counterparts towards the summit focusing on the challenges facing the region. and of these are live pictures or more anger spilled onto the streets of greece in the face of public odds as people trust in the government plummets with the economy.
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what you want your life from moscow the jailing of at least seven thousand people by egypt's military rulers will be reviewed by the nation's interim leaders i mean allegations of torture and abuse the behavior of the army since taking over from the ousted hosni mubarak is causing anger amongst those who took part in the revolution many are skeptical whether the channels are able or even willing to bring about the democratic changes so many die for his more international reports. that a speech. the aging the uprising that ousted president mubarak has woken up the hell nation this has become a common scene here and this to amnesty international estimates at least eight hundred forty people were killed and more than six thousand wounded during the protest that forced a tyrant to step down but even in
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a barrack free country the resume for fear and frustration. read his brother was among fifteen young men killed in the violent religious strife at his cairo just weeks after the revolution egyptian christians and muslims clashed following reports that a young christian woman was kidnapped and held in a coptic george after she married a muslim and converted to islam even though he was a christian coptic it wasn't a muslim that's killed read his brother. and my brother dead the bullet went through his forehead and it came out on the other side and i saw it that no one here has a weapon like this on a soldier's do it's hard to grasp what happened. rather blames the army for taking the life of his younger brother and the revolution for giving the army so much power. and as with us we expected the army to intervene to protect people just that
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while and instead they started to kill people themselves we didn't explain that at all that the people of egypt didn't expect many things they didn't expect the economy to collapse they didn't imagine the path to a free and democratic society would be such a bloody and painful one they just wanted to free from dictatorship and didn't expect it all to find themselves under yet another one in military one the power in egypt now mubarak is out rest firmly in the hands of the military. they were sitting literally in the pentagon war room when the twitter revolution started and they are running the show there has been oldest question about military power but this is a washington installed as i call it in my book full spectrum dominance totalitarian democracy the people who stood on the fears square were jubilant the regime that oppressed them for more than three decades was going on with ira how pharaoh as
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they call the dictator would soon finally face justice for what he's done but months on the revolutionary euphoria has got as well and people are asking themselves was that's really worth the hundreds of victims and did they really get a better country in. egypt is at the crossroads if you go towards chaos or democracy the worst scenario would be the army continues to rule and the country sinks into blood from the civil war it's up to the people to decide. a month since the field shook the whole arab world it's clear the revolution i mean now be a part of history of the fight is far from over if an option r t cairo. here eyes watch dogs report a little sign of positive change in egypt since president mubarak was forced to leave activists david keyes says there's growing evidence of crimes committed by the military some have been jailed simply for criticizing the government others
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have been brought up on spiritus charges of quote unquote insulting the military but increasingly and certainly given the incredible high number of detentions to pensions of civilians and pensions of people who have you know tried to undermine the regime but people simply criticizing the military this is a very dangerous trend egyptian dissidents and bloggers who are imprisoned in military prisons and they describe incredible torture they describe electrocution they describe waterboarding to describe the regular beatings and this was the egyptian military stood behind mubarak until the last minute so while there have been gains and we hope that egypt has a broader future ahead of it there are still many many challenges that it still has to overcome if you ship is going to move towards democracy and liberalism and openness in the west in fact is a very important role to play. human rights activists david he's commenting on reports thousands been arrested in egypt by the military rulers since taking over
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from alice that hosni mubarak. group of influential central asian states including regional heavyweights russia and china are meeting in kansas stan to discuss the fight against terrorism in an area with more than its share is an issue as pakistan and afghanistan in the neighborhood shanghai cooperation organization faces a number of challenges archie says our civilian is following the annual gathering and explains what we are. the presence of countries such as pakistan iran and of ghana stand here will certainly bring a whole range of issues to the table however before these countries as well as other participants join the original six members which include of course china russia india s.d.o. summit the original members will sit together and a look at the past ten years this is the right of verse three see what they have actually accomplished and redefine the goals they have for the future because these goals definitely have is now going far beyond the original goals of five to terrorism and extremism although still these are very important issues as well as
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cross border talks but they have extended as you mentioned earlier it to the economy and the economic trade deals that they have set up even in our cooperation in energy sectors even education and culture and view these countries will also come together to have a common approach to world affairs such as the situation in the middle east and in north africa now with regard to the presence of iran here it is expected that they will be talking for example of the nuclear program of the country. is in town although an observer state that is it does seek a full membership however there are un sanctions against it this can prove to be quite a hurdle because there are u.n. representatives here m.p.'s e.o. does want to work continuous relationship with the un as well as a c.n.n. c.i.s. countries but with the presence of afghanistan the country is here as a guest now and it is very timely because the s.c. or members do want to discuss a post nato afghanistan after nato troops withdraw all day there have been doubts
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expressed that have got a side may not be ready and so they want to discuss what is the future plan of the country in dealing with the threat the bay think is going to be dangerous to the stability of this region and this grouping also in relation to russia's concerned russia is looking forward to the approval of the five year anti drug strategy we know that ninety percent of the drugs in russia does come from afghanistan so the persons. all of the presidents of the country here is very welcome a lot of important issues they want to lay out on the table as are so you reporting there and you have for you in the program including why the u.s. is building a secret cia drone base in the persian gulf to fight militants in yemen. was he went to the waters of the arctic and plunged down to have the titanic but what were the two russian many stops doing at the bar of one of europe's largest flights. the greek prime minister is facing tough opposition as he tries to push through
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more cuts to persuade europe to hand over more billions in a new bailout demonstrators gathering in the heart of athens one to prevent a vote on the steering measures by stopping him piece from answering parliament party sarah ferguson is there for us. latins is widely expected to receive a. package for this year is aimed paul is today in fact european finance hammering out the details of that rest at the moment trying to prevent year areas. opinions on whether greece is going to default the pain is very widely some people say it's fantasy to much you know be allowed to happen now that people are saying really now it's a question of when and will still be happening hit the streets of greece where here this impact with protests huge numbers. taking to the streets and the name calling it builds a protesting against the proposals full of these new austerity measures that they say completely unreasonable now they said the anger is really been building for
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a year they've come up against incredibly tough economic conditions there's a huge number of unemployed relates biggest say the sixteen percent pulls out of the job so really the thought of new measures being put in place to that is unreasonable and that's been loads of people are asking when the troika that's the year of his central bank and the either. provided that initial to the chief at one hundred ten billion a year i get a little hoss. and move on supply and be because the thought equates to money is another bet up part isn't payback for a lot of people is the be i'm realistic in the process of the been happening half outside the parliament buildings have been compared to the arab spring uprisings what's so interesting about the places we've seen happening in these very thing countries like spain like greece is that these are countries within to stop this democracy many people consider greece the best place to mostly say what people hare
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saying is a wise inning in the cab this week what the government implements a what the electorate according full in the thirty thirty five years of group or parliamentary democracy in greece there has never been a government freezing a crisis of legitimacy it's an open political crisis here the government is trying to grow but the people refuse to be governed in this way and what they're saying is that when you have literally millions of people taking to the streets and protesting against these measures and the government is still pushing ahead with them well at that point you really have to not to see any more messages very clear that until there's a pocket and there are patients who will be bringing you all the latest from the states about this later on today there first reporting there from greece and your spam master germany is expected to bear the brunt of greece a second be allowed german m.p.
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calls peter welsh the people in your country aren't happy about footing the bill and doubts whether it will have any effect anyway. treaties it was regulated that there must be any bailout because. otherwise. you wouldn't. the. sign says. that it's time for the circle. and that's along. each country is responsible for it's not just. to take food from spirit. and we'll leave a right answer to that is no but we decided to say ok we have to work out its use and then. you can talk to the straight people when you get the reports from. the resource so. you have rich working. people so
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that's what you get if you for. can watch the full interview with german m.p. calls peter was in just fifteen minutes time here on our t.v. . yemen's government says dozens of people have been killed in u.s. drone attacks in the country over the last few weeks many of them civilians washington recently resumed its own official military campaign against al qaida terrorists near fearing they make spoil the current unrest in yemen to seize power the cia is also reportedly building a secret air base in the persian gulf to target militants and as artie's guided to count says introducing cia spokes will move the operation into the legal shadows. the decision to cast the cia with tracing down al qaida yemen marks a major escalation of america's covert war in yemen which is not really covert it's one of the on an undeclared wars that the u.s.
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is waging against hurt but up to this day in yemen it's been the u.s. military that was running the show that was carrying out the drone strikes sort of in cooperation with the yemeni counterterrorism units but now with the power vacuum and all the political turmoil in yemen the cooperation is falling apart and according to u.s. officials because the cia operates under different legal. then the military the cia will have greater latitude to carry out strikes no matter what the political climate here greater latitude in other words they don't have to ask anybody's permission to go in the country the yemeni leader who is now out of the country after months of violent popular revolt against him and his government for many years had been supported by the u.s. in exchange for letting americans go after all quieting yemen as we can leaks cables often taking credit for the u.s. drone strikes we have to remember that scores of civilians were killed in those strikes so the support of the yemeni authorities was much needed for the u.s.
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should carry on with the operations on the other hand the government of alley abu. salim who's been in power for some thirty years was so unpopular in recent years among the people of yemen that they analysts say he was only due to the u.s. support that sally had stayed in power for so long if we year sally needed the u.s. and the u.s. needed solly but now with the political turmoil there the u.s. trolls they will continue to bomb yemen whether or not they have the commission to do so from actually the people of this country pakistan is one example of popular revolt against cia drone strikes thousands of civilians were killed by the u.s. . drone attacks and no one was held responsible for that even though the pakistani parliament has been managed to stop the strikes the country's leadership continues to allow the americans to carry out the operations although the pakistani leadership criticizes the killing of civilians but they little to stop it many
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analysts say their support for the bombings will continue as long as they continue to receive billions of dollars from washington people there are fewer years in one year the u.s. u.s. drone drones killed seven hundred civilians in pakistan but the netted only five actual militant leaders numbers that some experts are giving more gruesome form achieve counterinsurgency strategy. it's with the u.s. they department has estimated that drone attacks kill fifty nine targeted persons for each intended target nonetheless we now see the rapid expansion of the cia drone war. reporting there and you can also catch up with the stories we're covering online at r t v dot com there's plenty for you to explore for instance money never sleeps u.s. auditors look into the disappearance of more than six billion dollars meant for iraq with the cash now accounted for. and saw diplomacy finished diplomats are awarded a steamy prize for promoting song culture abroad and helping for international
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relations i doubt more than our t. dot com. and i was take a look at some other stories from around the world nato warplanes bombed tripoli overnight as the rebels move closer to the capital by forcing back progress in troops smoke and fire were seen rising from a number of areas across the sea state t.v. said the blasts have rocked military and civilian areas although there were no immediate reports of casualties. pakistan's top spy agency has arrested five people accused of informing the cia ahead of the rate at which some of the blog was killed the owner of a safe house rented by the cia to watchman lon's compound is believed to be one of the detainees another is an army major who reportedly copied the license plate numbers of cars visiting the leader's compound the director of the cia raised the issue during a surprise visit to pakistan last week. having used the sudanese government of blocking a deliveries to thousands of people fleeing fighting in the disputed region u.s.
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president barack obama has called for a cease fire following a devastating bombing campaign near the north south border almost one hundred fifty thousand people have been displaced on either side of the border because of tensions ahead of south sudan's formal independence which comes into force on the ninth of july. syrian authorities are being accused of using a scorched earth strategy to suppress anti-government rebels in border areas according to activists over fourteen hundred people have died since the beginning of the uprising in march united states is trying to put more pressure on president assad saying washington of course what's happening but russia and china oppose any attempts to intervene in serious internal affairs through the u.n. . they dived into the icy waters of the arctic saw the rack of the titanic and went to the bottom of by call the world's largest fresh lake now two state of the art russian many subs are plumbing the depths of switzerland's lake geneva.
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explains why. the first time ever two russian subs the legend three meters have made it to the bore some of the largest water to gain a better idea about its job contamination levels of lake geneva within the next two months the research is from russia switzerland germany france and the united states will carry out physical chemical might provide logical experiments given that lake geneva is the main source of potable water in the region well the nearest probably most of all small used to call in siberia they also reached the border some or all key ocean in two thousand and seven and how did the russian expedition presidential envoy to the north and south poles. plan to that titanium capsule on the arctic ocean floor to symbolically what could be an itchy reserves beneath the sea and again this time a capsule of the russian graphical society was planted on the lake geneva in
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a servant you second year russia's number one goal amounts that he was willing to take to the depths once again. as a politician i feel is better. than compare. well and one of the participants of today's type comes from a renowned family which actually invented it but you scout tell mr pickard i know you tell us more about your father or knowledge grandfather but my grandfather or. me first first ride to the stratosphere with a pressurized cabin that he had invented and then he invented about this cave to go to the deepest spot in the ocean he built it with my father and then my father in one thousand sixty together with don walsh who is one of the greatest friends of my family he gave me the deepest dives to the absolute bottom of the ocean eleven thousand meters in the married us trench so nobody father has passed away and we
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made the dive you know you're there. so that was really great and all the chits a part in a legend rick's position and the fans died in the marianna trench tell us what does the wolves look like from the boys from from down there different inner space is another planet. and we saw another space ship while we were down there are trying it the other near submersible coming out of the dark with the lights on just like a hollywood movie you know getting closer and closer into space ships meeting at the bottom of the sea amazing thank you so much oh definitely historic events both for the russian researches and the people of geneva that dives will shut lights on the deep dark secrets of one of the biggest and the most beautiful lakes in the world because the russian subs made it bare no details exploration of late geneva had been done before. they're now in just a few minutes we'll talk to
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a drone politician who is less than happy at the aid packages being offered to the euro zone's weaker members and that's after the subway with katrina. hello and welcome to the business person here on r.t. russia is full speed ahead in its bid to become europe's largest come market and car income a key is getting in on the act six leading producers have agreed to strongly boost russian output in exchange for tax benefits age of them has to produce three hundred thousand vehicles a year it's not that the russian market can handle that ambitious figure because it's still relatively unsaturated but. if you look at the current age of the car park if you look at the current. number of cars in her inhabitants there russia is still a long way to go to reach the levels like you have another on the eastern european
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countries and. this of course is the great potential that makes russia for its own . and volkswagen is one of those six companies it's agreed to jointly produce new cars with gas group which makes the gazelle and volgograd total investment will be up to two hundred million euros with the german company contributing more than half that amount the firms will assemble got five and skoda models the first vehicles juicer roll off the production line that's something they have galbraith explained why the company has chosen both working as a partner. we have been very successful with our l.c.d. production and sales. secondly we had an issue what to do with or personal core. capacity and here we look at different options of course like getting became the best option. and in this deal we will produce on the down two thousand vehicles for eighty years for target and we did invest some goals repeats i mean you are. the
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twenty five percent rise in the oil price this year has not seen a similar rally in russian oil stocks according to constantine seaman off at the national. energy security found this is because a hike is still not enough for oil companies to come comfortably develop new fields . the more scaffold also the reason for the producers is price corridor from where the. blog is not more because bryce will do well for if you feel. it's a good forcible to invest mobile new greenfields. to share. what you feel the more expensive to buy some good in the rest of the big. production for you of course it's not the best and therefore the produced for. let's have a look at how the markets are performing now crude is struggling for direction concerns about rising demand or supporting the price as the american petroleum
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institute reports a decline in u.s. inventories for the last week limiting the gains so is the news that u.s. retail sales are not as bad as expected. in asia trucks are mixed with the nikkei closed in the black with strong well prices supporting energy firms in hong kong banks are leading the losses as the people's bank of china raised reserve requirement ratios for lenders bank of china is down more than one percent heavyweight b.c. is also losing nearly one percent. european markets are making a soft science of the day concerns that discussions about a bailout package for greece may be more attractive than originally thought are also sorry sentiment the banks especially are way down by the inability of e.u. officials to come to an agreement over greece the footsie is down point two percent on the dax point three of a percent and here in russia the markets had a subdued start to the trading day as well with my six out of a percent and the other two years it is flat to positive. now let's have
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a look at some individual share moves gazprom is lower as investors are concerned about potential losses. the company could suffer from an increase in tax burden banks are mostly in the red bank is flat to negative despite reports as more than double the net profit in the first five months of the year and this is a concern the growth of profits is slowing down and the electricity sector into round is on the rise on reports about the company's possible cooperation with chinese change your. russia is becoming more attractive to foreign companies with many expanding operations in the country as one of those companies it's hoping to tap into the market through its know how in power management and electrical systems the company is aiming to reach two hundred fifty million in revenues by two thousand and fifteen but the expansion is not it's not without its challenges as the c.e.o. explains. it one of the large challenges right now obviously is
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a many people understand us as an experience being in a craft a marketplace sort of tracking probably qualified local employees is a significant challenge we want to ramp up very quickly we want to be in twenty cities by the end of this year we're active interest for today and so it's a very number one challenge is finding those individuals who want to join a multinational company a really exciting career and we're proud that we offer that kind of opportunity for people but we need to get people hired. the russian government has put its shares and its seven airlines up for sale for the third time this time the government has valued the company at two hundred sixty two million dollars making its twenty five point five percent blocking stake with sixty seven million this is about a third cheaper than when it was put up for sale in two thousand and seven analysts believe continued negative sentiment towards russia's aviation industry is behind the failure to sell its stake in the past an auction will begin on the twenty seventh of july. and that brings you up to date with business i'll be back in just
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under an hour with more stay with us the headlines next. to s m stanchfield agree and one farm or another socialism has spread the shadow of human regimentation over most of the nations of europe and the shadow is i'm quoting up on all the. leave early twenty first century military bases a network of military bases all around the forms of the empire that the united states is trying to do that's astonishing most americans have no idea there are more than a quarter of a million more than two hundred fifty thousand us troops stationed on these bases all around us. we don't have far bases in america we don't have any british base we
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don't have any korean base we don't have any french bases or you know we just all american bases in in our bases of a lot of the noise is our north so doesn't bother us at all because they're all bases but for other people it's almost like a cancer here for them speed. since the end of world war two the spaces i've been. working here to provide a safe and secure environment for everybody. the questions the other thing else you get everything you needed. to show is that so much for me personally i mean even like to have a real training is being described as one of the worst meetings we've ever had is the organization of petroleum exporting countries or opec in crisis if it is does have. a mission free accreditation free.


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