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the rates top stories on our team greece is involved in part of protests as the prime minister reshuffle the cabinet in a bid to push through a fresh austerity package to secure mutely new beta. blockers efforts to broker peace and maybe a sort of first signs of dialogue between the warring sides even as i'm going to head to rest for i expect deaths than usual to cancel one of the country. understates role in russia's economy that's to. get it speaks out to international economic importance and pieces put committing himself. in crushing.
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here watching r.t. and our weekly news review welcome to the program the man who has taken up the poison chalice of greece's new finance minister has admitted he faces a real war his biggest challenge is convincing angry greeks to face some austerity cuts to secure a new bailout from europe meanwhile a cabinet reshuffle was among the desperate measures used to appease those offering fierce resistance on the streets of the capital. sara furthur was caught up in the middle of the violent protests. that turned up nothing. they're managing by the looks of things that the police
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actually also said to scare itself with a lot of the protesters who throwing things so i guess. we spoke to some of the main organized in the teens who would like the protests today and they said that they wanted it to be peaceful until the end of kenya so any of the tensions will cause see the police the letting of take us into the crowd that. early in the day street right now it's very hard to locate the parade want to see this this a different property on the streets right now we've got to find that hey you got to take out from. you've got the biggest. car you got the phrase has. nothing at the end of the last number of these people actually preventing the police he can see them. like he did post another one maybe trying to stop the film they. hadn't paid up lately a guy got fried. rice. got bailed out we paid the price and the
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other three still classy out there did it very hard to breathe for a lot of these people who are providing it didn't even want to see so we had to because people are. gonna be this way it's still the general strike he blames international bankers for their real. estate. we cannot pay all the money they hear it's they interest rates all the money we take is in order to pay the high interest rates this is this is robbery this is theft this is swindle i can't describe it any more and the problem for them now is that people know that they realized they see their income gone going down they see taxes taxes taxes and nothing else their money does not go to the real economy period then everybody knows that if they don't come with a solution and they decide right we give you time to repay your loans but up or
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same time we help you in this specific factor of your economy to recover and now at the moment you see hundreds of thousands of people greek people that they know they demonstrate they know that there is no tomorrow they know that they have no income unemployment you think unemployment is this is what they telling you no real unemployment will reach twenty five percent and this is a chaotic situation and the only responsible for this situation is the international monetary fund the minister of finance i hear now that they will change him but it's too late somehow you know this government has failed. well while great sex press their anger at facing further cuts germans are no less furious about having to pay for it again when next hour german m.p. class peter welsh explains why he thinks your country should look after themselves . when the treaty. was regulated that
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there must be any bailout because otherwise you will be clear finances those countries are contributing to it as long as each country is responsible for its budget it's to take full responsibility and the only right answer to that is no bailout. at least four civilians have reportedly been killed in libya by nato air strike overnight earlier the alliance has confirmed it mistakenly attacked a rebel forces in libya the number killed in a friendly fire incident has not been revealed in financial reports from tripoli. residents of the regime a district here in st louis have been working up a strike in the middle of the night for several months london here this story as you can see behind me some rural three story buildings as we were told at least food families have been living in the damaged houses which is from twelve to
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fourteen people some of the people are still missing as you can see behind me the rescue operation is that under going to people here on the ground saying that there is little hope that's someone could be alive the buildings on the opposite side of this street have also been partially damaged but we were told that no one has been living demonstrate person the time has come since to tell this happened and he has faced the military front in the fight maintain try to win a tux by look at some the sky people were killed children with my own hands with my own eyes still i'm helping our parents who were killed and getting boys the father the mother june the families manage to this time you cannot just because the target of. this is the competition for this incidence consummates continuing intense bombardment of the river in
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a time bombs are actually being dropped day and night we are all the time hearing sounds of having explosions russia which has always been against ministry means to stifle the protests and live in conflict has recently signed a peace mediator to leave it to try to explain the war in size to start talking often missing the rebels in benghazi and proof enough the people here in st louis make a money off of it he believes there is for peaceful solution of this prize faced with both sides saying they are ready for negotiations with the means are now ready to provide an appropriate location for tolls. what's what we're seeing on the wrong we've made to continue some bad ones and people feeling exhausted and angry it was made it very clear we can say for sure compromise could be possible but this is a very long way to go it may have some of the largest oil reserves on the planet
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but these days leave is also god some of the longest queues at its cattle stations the international sanctions imposed on the battles colonels regime and not include a few and. that nato is targeting tanker lorries if this passes the fuel might be used by gadhafi as military forces with roads closed factories at a stop and foreign workers losses gone from the war stricken country is facing its worst energy crisis ever the new realities wouldn't really be in clubbers nose and balls to mom's time hearing for a few months ago this. country people have been lining up to fill up their cars even days but this line is a little different compared to the gas station at the end of a few is human only and barker is a university student and has volunteered here to how to organize the proces she
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stamps a few russian boots which allow individuals thirty five liters a week she believes it's a great idea to have we met on the station this. the women have too many things to do it they don't fight each other was queuing and never should change of the year is now in the year so we're able to serve a few nine hundred cars for the day in the field in a field of need this line is long others are even longer laterals to cheaper than the water here just a few cents for a liter it's just that is often a short supply. if there is no fuel we have to live our cars and return wintry appeal cities. women only gas stations is one of many innovations supposed to ease people's lives in a country that has their also special problems for ambulances and police cars. are left out of the middle surrounded us but we should we try to do our best to help
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people get by if we give up the life of the lives here a lot of those seeking to oust colonel gadhafi may have be hoping the hardships will incite people to rise up against their leader but instead it only seems to be fueling people's hatred towards what they feel is western imperially small. need to nato damages our city destroyed our life they told us they want to save a little is that the way to see the people and tell me whether this is just a crime to eat while the war in size trying to find their way out of months of devastating conflict ordinary people looking for a way to just leave the everyday lives dreaming about times when these nightmare would be with a distant memory the race nationality tripoli. libya reaches its like today deadline on sunday the group of congressmen are suing president obama for assaulting to reaction without official approval but
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a voice of russia radio host. says he doesn't believe congress will pull the plug on the strikes. the problem is that when there was a prior lawsuit during clinton's our foray into the former yugoslavia dennis consideration of a group of other congressmen and even at that time the very similar lawsuit saying that it was illegal and they went to a district court for the district court said in the individual congressmen did not have any sort of standing the reality is i think still a majority of congressmen are going to support the actions in libya and afghanistan and so on congress is not going to. come and say that we shouldn't be doing this and try to defund it and besides obama is currently using discretionary department of funds discretionary funds to get around it anyway so you know it's a question of how effective it would be if it were you know to their benefit we do live in a military industrial complex type of world where they have they have the purse
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strings they have the power. the u.s. military is also moving into yemen. the west goes in with arms starts bombing on behalf of unclear who then i think that will make the situation markedly worse. program when you look at how the super launching pad but on land drone attacks could affect the already dangerous situation. last summer months behind the russians frightened to some sort. of all court. and state should have less of an influence in russia's economy or present a better vision of the nation's future and outline that the international economic forum in st petersburg this week he joins his knees leaders and politicians to discuss ways about showing the world should be developing their economy. modernization based on stifling corruption catalyzing power and government reforms
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all golf course by president majid at this year's international economic forum here is where how rough it is going to become one of the world's biggest. economies was laid out. we shouldn't hesitate to say goodbye to many bad habits in leadership we can focus only on the stand why should a different question it's a mistake when looking at it we should focus on the following improving the investment climate in russia is to create new jobs in the regions and making progress in the fight against corruption the creation of a more police service and over security forces succeeded more is improving the effectiveness of the justice system and finally she can modernization of government commission applying modern approaches and the decentralizing of powers of snow which is of course the main bad habit as the president calls it corruption which he says is you choking the condemnation and that's what his imagine it's to the country in the shoulder and it don't do business according to the law. the noose
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around of the neck of those who practice corruption should be tightened and the whole of russia or agrees with this without any exception is but corruption is very difficult to deal with it's own in the government should be purged of corruption in a more decisive way and for that purpose we should enhanced the way those suspected of corruption are dismissed from public service another issue that's hampering russia's economic development is it not being a member of the world trade organization lately we're hearing from a lot of officials that excitement to the w.t. over russia is possible by the end of this year the president agrees but says only under very specific circumstances. where we have long been ready to join the w t o more than many other countries small or large everyone is perfectly aware of that still we are asked to make an unseemly large number of concessions this kind of approach is unacceptable russia will not agree to any evidently unfavorable solutions and of course presumably the one question on all of the minds of the business executive innovators and world leaders will president medvedev run for
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reelection well it was there for yourself the question of forums and this is what made it if. the. shoe when i consider it appropriate to tell you whether i will do it or not which i will come out and say it this forum is not the best place for that one thing you can be sure of is that i will be able to avoid making that statement and i will have to tell the people of russia and anyone else who is interested about my decision it was for him it will not have to wait much longer. every story requires some kind of intrigue otherwise they'll be no interest in living i know it to you but so let's keep the intrigue a bit longer. and certainly no intrigue surrounding what platform it would run on if he doesn't know it's he's running for reelection it'll be all about modernization reporting from st petersburg and it's the way r.t. . ten uniform. was the chinese leader who jintao he said the world economy is still
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recovering slowly their reform of the global financial system is needed if you've held last major energy deal with russia it was on the table the thirty year supply contract wasn't signed however the price for the russian gas system to be read the true leaders did put pen to paper the number of the secretive deals and single one of the world big read that the countries involved in the libyan conflict must stick to your resolution allies in the struggle for his visit times question about since china is ready for a new global role. james chaney's said national security russia and central asia are getting we need we were into it and well it'd be nice is small compared to the middle east and the persian gulf it's a long term strategy they discuss this in their five year plans and this strategy goes on until the end of the twenty first century so yes russia and china are well
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aware of russia sees d.s.t.o. as a jew strategic priority very important terms of not only countering the favorite ways of the country and letting the influence a nation as a whole and china still views the su as a truly a lake or any preparation mecca this be a very reticent to create a second and grow that wouldn't that amaze us the immediately you know it's a very central to our strategy as well and it's not only that related to central asia it's really to the negotiators the chinese knew the words to have a very strong reason saying we need an ocean and actually we really need see this got back to the chinese territory in the long run. yes he will get espresso were considering the fact that made you say well general in the pentagon if you took step that there are strange no ideas. why the outlook on how
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the emerging powers could reshape the financial landscape check out our website. business section for the expert opinion on the latest updates writing in with the perspective of what's going on in the global economy right. now on to our team talk on the scene for. the operator of japan's crippled fukushima nuclear plant says it may take several days before the system to decontaminate radioactive water we started. high radiation levels are now far beyond safety limits it's. over for a week isn't around the latest search for some national energy agency or criticize the government's slow response to me was by no tsunami james corbet editor for. these web sites says the risk to people's health remains very real.
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any new leaks of any kind are going to be an incredible burden on the efforts that are already underway to try to clean up the water contaminated because they are now running out of space to actually story be contaminated water in the fukushima in the immediate vicinity of the plant and i believe within two weeks they're actually going to run out of space so they're trying to get the system online for treating the water but apparently the test for that is going to be pushed back another few days it's already been pushed back from last friday so there is no such thing it's a safe level of radiation exposure that any level of radiation exposure increases the risk of cancer and however negligible that risk may be with any particular person on any particular day at any particular spot when it's averaged out over a large population like it's living in the fukushima region unfortunately means there will be over time increase in cancer rates there and it's really just a question of how many. this week or. ports emerged that the cia is building
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a new air base to go on unmanned drone attacks on targets in yemen the u.s. is reportedly concerned the american action could step into that however. richard corben told r.t. it's a sign that the west is close to peterborough mistakes in the country if the west goes in with our starts bombing on behalf of unclear who then i think that will make the situation worse yemen has huge poverty and social issues it's the poorest country in the region it's a median age a population is less than eighty and it has the greatest social discrepancies of any country in the whole region but the last thing it needs is more bombing needs it's peaceful needs people coming together and it needs overseas aid to help in any political. class to bring together all of the facts is and it will be interesting.
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i cannot believe that drones are likely to bring this about and in their haste to be involved with us to make. all the mistakes they made in afghanistan. you know i mean they rushed in as part of the cold war armed anyone that turned up for him to fight on their behalf and thus was born the taliban. over the last century the u.s. has established hundreds of venture bases around the world about ten minutes time we'll bring you a special report on this expanding web of the risks posed to the countries whose tingle. to a substantial degree and one problem or another socialism has spread the shadow of human regimentation over most of the nations of europe and the shadow isn't protruding from. the early twenty first century military bases the network of military bases all around the former sleepy empire that the united states is trying to build it's astonishing most americans have no
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idea there are more than a quarter of a million a more than two hundred fifty thousand u.s. troops stationed on these bases all around. we don't care for our bases america we don't have any british base we don't have any korean base we don't have any french bases or you know we just all american bases in frost all bases of i hear the noise is wrong or it's another bomb the us at all because they're all bases for other people it's almost like a cancer here for these fields. since the into world war two the spaces i've been. working here to provide a safe and secure environment for everybody. the questions the appeals you get everything you needed. rusher is plagued by one of
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the worst rates of teen suicide in the world four times higher than europe some blame parents for not seeing the problems staring and face. off on the boy to reports many other forces at work. just days before final exams in a t.v. crew was reporting a students gearing up for the gulp laws that only had a band the teachers wanted to believe that brought a student who it seemed that her future figured out which way should play station it's become a journalist because it's a very interesting and creative profession here which is a contrast to the washable made in the book this yet but instead of just living sound three hundred police classmates gathering like a funeral something she may not be the past she added eric and hank herself. when getting ready for the example we was the one who was it hard to. tell how you don't matter and she was very much she wanted to graduate in a grade student here in many countries this chasseur exams in late december and
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early june sees peaks in the number of children taking their own lives but in russia it's a year round problem roughly one and a half thousand children and teenagers kill themselves every year that's much higher than the average c. in the united states and britain the. problem is so out of hand that when i was on the president's advantage as he found it hard to believe that the figures are truly frightening every year thousands children make attempts on their lives this is a girls are up to four times more likely to act cancer aside it is still boys who by a long way actually succeed in killing themselves eager is to find his try to take his life three times the latest that time just six months ago. i just had enough i was tired of fighting with my mom my girlfriend left me was that it was starting a constant seeing the streets and hearing all this noise i just wanted everything
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that i want to piece what's driving the problem and brushes what experts call a lone emotional with fifty psychological or so. catch a cold is under the collar been northeasterly available down there in the. committed industry to the motion. over time. parents many would rather ignore them to take their kid to a psychologist and psychiatrist which actually added to the continuing social and economic shifts people need order for parents to provide for their children moving little time for talking listening this morning meant is that it catered to children who fall in victim to adult bars this alcoholism drug abuse prosecution and i want to go is can drive a child to take his or her own life but in the center of this overly wicked figure
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spends one that since policy progeny almost commonplace yet it represents what x.-press say is the main reason why russia is living here up in the number of sides and that is indifference seeing no evil hearing now cries. artsy. a recap of our top stories is coming your way just a few minutes tables here. we'll
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. bring you the latest in science and technology from the ground floor. we've got the future covered. seventy six hours of intense fighting. six thousand dead at the beach front panel field several kilometers long. and now there is only one person
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who cares. to see we are surrounded by grabbers everywhere but also there are. on this beach which of course is the most appropriate city significator in a symbol of everything that's wrong with our goddamn government allowing not only garbage but go. where so many guys died. a new battle is going on. will the history be protected. returned to tara was really young cooper story on our team. on. good. mood.
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