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what is your reading of the relationship between obama and the israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu there were many who stayed that netanyahu is a recent visit there so obama backtracking on what he what he said and essentially becoming a puppet of netanyahu you could see the there was not a lot of chemistry in this meeting but i think not too much would be to this kind of music would you say that the relationship between the united states and israel is colder than it's ever been before. with all of the united states we would be in a much more difficult position not only because of the veto but because of the support that we get from them. i think the relationship not only on the political level it's also cultural and ideological. they know that we are so far the only or the most important democracy in the middle east do not think a bomb has lost credibility in the arab world there was so much hope when he came
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to power and he certainly seems to have remained a very close friend of israel as you say i think that. the palestinians put a lot of hope. in the obama administration to be the honest broker. i think they still see this way just this morning we were announced this i believe. the obama administration made it very clear that they are going to veto in the security council. course to become a full members of the unit in the nation so you know the trust that. is at the moment in trying to achieve peace in the region in they know that he is trying to save himself as an honest broker is there the possibility that the united states could veto the establishment of a palestinian state and still the general assembly would recognize that. mission of the list. state was already announced in nineteen eighty eight. and nothing
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happened so this can happen again and again we're not going anything to the palestinians a what can what it can achieve is the continuation of the illegitimate zation of the state of israel and this is something that i think can be avoided only through bilateral talks do you have faith that netanyahu is serious about peace i have faith in him because for the last two years when i served my country is the israeli ambassador to the united nations a saw i watch very clearly not only what he said in the belly landing in first speech which was two states for two countries but also the way that he acted in freezing for ten months building in the settlements which no current no government the ever before why didn't we hear so much about settlement building taking place despite the construction freeze that there was not the continuation of
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the building in those ten months but in those ten months what happened was that the palestinians did not move in spite of the fact the the free there was a freeze which never happened before there were no buildings except maybe some place for expansion and still nothing happened is so it's not us to blame it's the palestinians who did not move for those a whole year and they know peace talks took place in they also think the americans also did their part in making the palestinian sit on their hands a abbas and said it in so many words he said the obama put us on a tree he went down from the settlements you know the whole resistance in resisting on me is stopping all freezing the building and i was left on the tree this is what i wasn't himself said so with the phrase did not appear in the for the last two years or even more since gus. little parisian we did not have any peace talks do
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you think of the dollar lieberman the country's foreign minister is good for israel he was appointed by. a government that was elected with the quality election i know that many people think the he's not the right person to represent israel in the world it what takes place now but this is a decision that was taken by the leadership by an attorney i was the prime minister i'm not going to comment on it the u.s. president barack obama has publicly committed the united states to peace based on the one nine hundred sixty seven borders what is the benefit to him of sameness in public you know the obama administration unlike former administration is very much engaging with the world with the muslim world which is the african and say i could see the way that the obama as a. representative of us of the little susan rice the way the cheek
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acts at the united nations the way that she acts the way that she embraces the way that she engaged in really a want to be an honest broker in the middle east and not to be perceived as they were for so many years is being one sided in supporting only israel i think this is his idea in a new way this is what former administration said as well but he made it very very clear that this would be the basis for the coming peace what is will be secure within pre nine hundred sixty seven borders i think this is for our leaders in the defense minister to decide i think we will get the government does that we need in the israeli army is a very powerful and can put. in any borders you have said that israel's international status is at an all time low do you think that this is because of its settlement building this. looking objectively i don't think it's us to blame i
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think the palestinians are getting israel and they have a strategy of illegitimate easing the state of israel they failed in the walls they failed in their cannot make boy caught a cultural boy called they failed in trying. to tell all in the streets and the buses all over israel now they have a diplomatic complaining against israel and i think they succeeded in showing israel as the occupier. is that powerful a power over in the west bank and especially in gaza and the people in the suffering of the people there which i do not want to belittle but still this is part of the strategy in i think this is why we are being the legitimized in the whole and they know that only the peace talks once they will be started when
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going back to the right track in the keep this in the stop this kind of thing if that was the action of the state should the palestinians unilaterally declare a palestinian state which will israel's reaction be i don't know but you know some people here say that. we can also take unilateral steps. like the disengagement i know that all kinds of unilateral on our side or on the palestinians. going to home and to be an obstacle to the peace in the region in the i don't know how we will react but they still hope that the palestinian will understand that this kind of unilateral declaration will bring them no work this is not the way to achieve what everybody wants which is peace with least some kind of security in the. suffering. the clashes. we saw
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recently along the northern israeli border do you think that this could be a precursor to what we're going to see in september you know it really. assured me. here's someone going to put this thing in the promotes and they say that he's afraid they come september. they'll be they don't and that's one of the curation always nothing would happen and the young students who are the palestinians still schoolbooks look around and see what happens in the region they may rise and there will be. so this is something that i think also should be taken into account and they should be prevented do you think there's a possibility of unease radiative and on the wall when i hope that the army there with the fans and the intelligence people will know how to avoid it because war is something that nobody or each side of the border really wants. or we'd be getting
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anything out of it professor thank you very much for joining us here on r.t. . we.
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today children play war in the old keys me. but in june nine hundred forty one these walls will a first barrier from the nazi troops on their way to moscow. funders and breasts were dying one by one under cecil some. water. in the last shelter an unnamed soldier left a few simple words very well motherland i'm dying but i'm not surrendering.
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seventy six hours of intense fighting. six thousand dead on a beach front battlefields several kilometers long. and now there is only one person who cares. to see we are surrounded by garbage everywhere but also there are . on this beach which of course is very most appropriate sig signification a symbol of everything that's wrong with our goddamn government allowing not only garbage but to a chair we await where so many guys died. a new battle is going on. will the history be protected. return to terra with julian cooper story on our t.v. . hungry for the full story we've got it first the biggest issues. human voice face to face with the news makers.
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forty four people are killed as a passenger plane crash lands in northwest russia eight survivors are hospitalized in critical condition proud whether in the airport systems on the first series of the course of the tragedy. claims of more civilian victims in libya after fresh nato bombing at least fifteen reportedly dead children one of the west of tripoli comes of just a day off the allied submitted to killing civilians while blaming a weapons malfunction. on the prime minister of greece is facing a crucial confidence vote in his recent government the outcome could determine whether he will be able to push through a new austerity package to secure another much needed injection of cash from the new. sports news with.
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hello there you're watching the sport and these are the headlines. cruising is one of the over leads the russian charge into the second round it wimbledon on an opening day a few upset. plus taking the reins in italy had been all these names the new coach of russia's national ice hockey take. the treat for the fans the world cup trophy touches down in moscow on tuesday when. we start though with the sad news that one of russia's top football referees was among the forty four killed in the plane crash in northwest russia last night rather may have pet i died when the plane crash landed in the republic of korea as it approached his hometown airport of pedro's avoids the thirty eight year old had been a referee for a fee for since twenty ten and had officiated one hundred games in the russian
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premier league. now the first day a woman has passed without any major upsets five russians reaching the second round including second seed visitors of only although it wasn't all plain sailing for last year's finalist she had to recover from a wayward second set to clinch a six love three six six three win over americans. all mixed up. but a russian universe nino who had a straight sets win over spain. the russians making it into the next round includes thailand it was nice over the twelve seed coming back from a set down to be trying to shout however twenty eight seeded russian catherine and had over lost still mikael. back produced a bit of an upset beating israel shihab here who was seeded twenty two. well french open finals francesca schiavone also progressed needing three sets against australia dockage six four one six six three the school in this one.
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this match was really tough. so i think keeping going playing. much more chance to play that. next. to prove and stealing plenty of limelight was five time former champion venus williams who got a straightforward win against. a man with a. place to go to get through the pressure of the first right. moment in the major you know there's a little bit of. tension. and lived a lot of exploitation. doing practice which i've been hitting the ball really well . you know especially haven't played a lot too it's
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a little pressure of lead to to come swinging as usual. meanwhile the men's defending champion rafael nadal took time to settle against his first round opponent he trial forty two americas michael russell in the third set but came back to win six four six two six two and one of the many said it was an honor to be told . from boston seriously i never played in a call like this was a big commotion. be the first. to play in this so i will score so. so it was a. feeling. i'm bursting to look or. see the quality in the really really perfect conditions. well finishing off the center court action on day one with home favorite andy murray he gave the crowd a little scared by losing the first set six four to spain's january meena trade for
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taking the next three with a's including a run of fifteen successive gangs and he did it under the new. roof it changes the conditions it's not the same conditions. as. almost too perfect you know there's no there's no work. no sort of elements to turn . you know stuff from different grass court tournaments you saw in the first you know he was able to get a lot of huge for which you don't normally harder to a little bit breezy or. whatever. because on a little. bit it was just good stuff. in other games of night last year's runner up and six three thomas burdick is possibly prevalent griffin is
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a late fee he's got past the. straight sets to ten seed mardy fish also progressing along with russian eagle can see he reached the second man when i have a dutchman eagle sized. revenues that has been confirmed the new coach of the russia ice hockey team will step down from his club commitments in the cage shell to take up his new post sen bill a get then off had managed champions act passed last season but russia's sports minister vitaly insists it's impossible to continue that route in tandem with the national job the decision coming off the site russia could be called trying to juggle the job with his coaching role but he was following russia's fourth place finish at the recent world championships in sweeney. to football now and jack warner has quit is fee for vice president he had been suspended from the sport's governing body pending an investigation into bribery allegations however his departure means all
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charges against him will now be dropped we think the saying he will be presumed innocent of the sixty eight year old was a thief a member along with mohamed bin hammam and we were accused of bribing carabine football chiefs in the run up to defeat the presidential elections warner was the longest serving member is executive committee after all back in the one nine hundred eighty three he's also stepped down as president. of the mean time chelsea say they will reveal their new manager in the next few days of porto's talismanic coach and gravy is bogus the strong favorite there is a twenty one million dollars buyout clause in the portuguese his current contract and there's growing speculation chelsea are about to pay the cash to release the thirty three year old however poor they say they have not yet received an offer from chelsea this bogus one the trouble last year taking the domestic league title and europa league. hitting has also been linked to the chelsea job it has been vacant since the sacking of carlo and she lost the last month. and elsewhere
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a new manager has been officially presented another top flight english club but alex mcleish isn't likely to be relaxed in the role at least at the beginning of his reign at aston villa after arriving from arch rivals city the move has raged friends from both sides however the fifty two year old scott seems to be one face. as long as it goes you can draw. your can understand people's feelings. about how to before you. come out of it stronger yeah sure but i really look forward to the challenge of money the most fantastic. when i rush lokomotiv moscow have. signed nigeria international victor of been he signed a four year deal from syria into milan the twenty four year old spent last season alive that now relegated west ham in the english premier league or stop playing for
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the next month. while russia is hosting the football world cup in twenty eighteen but fans in the capital won't have to wait seven years to see the famous trophy it's now on display in the museum in central moscow the legendary trophy is coming flanked by security artist central high stakes vision center here is part of a cross cultural exchange program between russia and spain who are the reigning world champions after winning the trophy for the first time in south africa last year so far though not saying many fans have turned up to see it however those that have russia have a chance of raising world football's biggest prize at their home championship in twenty i think. i'll just leave that we always hope we can wean him in free for all who big three is the main feature of any is the cool goose when a team wins the fans always see we've won but if they lose they see they lost so i want all the fans to get behind the russian national team and even if we lose say
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that was our loss. and finally the champagne corks have been popping in the hometown of golf's new us open champion rory mcilroy this was the moment the twenty two year old son of winning putt to land his first major title to complete a fairytale story once upon a time this is where it all began for him at his local hollywood golf course back in northern ireland where the age of seven he showed such promise the club broke its rules to allow him to become a member and they can't be more glad they did sharing the eighteenth hole we champagne after his victory with rory's uncle at the center of the media spotlight . was on the move never experienced going where you know sort of. emotional. power to show. for a previous hollywood. crematoriums. it was going to be a fantastic achievement and is all the sport for now as usual this morning to ask
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three people each reached out to me. everything. everything was. forty four people killed as a passenger plane crash lands in northwest russia eight survivors are hospitalized in critical condition. this. libya claims of more civilian victims as a result of. reported leaving fifteen dead including. parents fighting red tape for their children's lives dozens of kids died days from syndrome. if the state funds expensive treatment.
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twenty four hours a day you're watching our table straight to our top story now a plane crash that killed forty four people in northwestern russia may have been caused by a power outage on the ground local officials say the plane itself may have clipped power lines at a runway blackout eight passengers survived the incident being treated in hospital the aircraft on route from moscow crash landed on the highway just one kilometer from its destination airport. following the story. the latest there we're hearing from the. airport in northwest russia where this plane had intended. as the plane was coming down power lines
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a short term blackout before. was able to light up the runway again now this would have only been a very very short blackouts the know and how much i would have affected the situation for all of us had to pull over t. he one three four aircraft were also seeing though the the weight of the crash landed on a highway around a kilometer away from the runway suggest that they really were trying to land almost a highway they had made look to try and make it to the airport on patrols of boards and have been forced to put down basically where they could now whether this is due to the fact that there was no lights on the runway at the time it was have to wait to find out now the black box recorders being recovered from the wreckage of the crash investigators are looking at to try to determine what brought down this flight now they are looking of course the what i said the the blackouts a technical failure there whether that was the cause also looking into whether the weather was a fire.


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