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netanyahu there were many who stayed in that netanyahu his 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. without 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 their relationship it's 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 you not think a bomb has lost credibility in the arab world that there was so much hope when he came to power and he certainly seems to have remained
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a very close friend of israel as you say i think. 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 a course to become a full members of the will of the nations so you know the trust that the obama is at the moment in trying to achieve peace in the region in they know that he is trying to perceive 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 palestinian state was already announced in one thousand eighty eight by yasser arafat and nothing different so. this can happen again and again will not gain
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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 pilot 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 body land in the speech which was two states for two countries but also the way that he acted in freezing for ten months the building in the settlements which no current no government did ever before why then do we hear so much about settlement building taking place despite the construction freeze that there was not the continuation of the building in those ten months but in those ten months what happened was the
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palestinians they don't move in spite of the fact the the freeze 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 palestinians sit on their hands a abu mazin said it in so many words he said the obama put us on a tree he went down from the settlements you know the only resistance there is this thing on me is stopping or freezing the building and i was left on the tree this is what i wasn't himself said so with the phrase did not help in the for the last two years or even more since gus led operation we did not have any peace talks do you think of the door lieberman can. foreign minister is good for israel he was
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appointed by. a government that was elected in the democratic 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 the 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 nine hundred sixty seven borders what is the benefit to him of sameness in public you know that 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. representative of the of the lies the way the cheek acts united nations the way that she acts the
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way that she embraces the way that she engaged in they really want to be an honest broker in the middle east and not to be perceived as they were for so many years being one sided and supporting on israel i think this is his idea in a new way this is what former minnesota szell 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 is that we need in the israeli army is 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 he said. looking objectively i don't think it's us to blame i think the palestinians. now israel and they have
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a strategy of to legitimize ing the state of israel they favor in the walls they failed in their cannot make boy called a cultural boy called they failed a trying. to tell all in the streets and the buses all over israel now they have a diplomatic comparing 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 the i think this is why we are being the legitimized in the hope and they know that only the peace talks once they will be started when bring us back to the right track in the keep this stop this kind of tenet of some
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of the state should the palestinians unilaterally declare a palestinian state what 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 i still hope that the palestinian will understand that this kind of unilateral declaration will bring them nowhere this is not the way to achieve what everybody wants which is peace with least some kind of security in the. suffering. clashes that we saw 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 really really.
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me who. has some we're going to put a sting in there that promotes and politicians and they say that he's a free and they come september. they'll be the one and that's one of the curation always nothing would happen. the young students who are the palestinians still schoolbooks look around and see what happens in their words and 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 wall when i hope that the army and there will be france and the intelligence people will know how to avoid it because war is something that nobody in each side of the border really wants all we be getting anything out of it professor thank you very much for joining us here on r.t.
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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 for the nazi troops on their way to moscow. sunders and restless were dying one by one under seize the sun without food water and. in the last shelter an unnamed soldier left a few simple words farewell motherland i'm dying but i'm not surrendering. more than a month. in one of the most extreme environments on the planet this is antarctica
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and people have to be aware that they're far away from civilization sean thomas discovers flood make sounds articles so special and attractive for many wildlife in antarctica is a both and such an. expedition to the bottom of the earth an artsy.
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party's top stories bad weather conditions and human error could be to blame for a plane crash in northwestern russia forty four people died in the incident while eight survived and some of the injured were flown to moscow through treatment. at least fifteen more civilians killed as nato bombers miss a top gadhafi aide but instead hit the birthday party of his four year old grandson prompting libyans to question the intervention tasked with protecting them. and showdown in the greek parliament pm faces a no confidence vote on whether to tap savage new austerity cuts in return for an e.u. cash lifeline to become the first euro zone nation to default on its debt. up next it's all day to sport with kate.
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hello welcome to the sports news on day two at wimbledon and here are the top stories. the queen is back serina williams fights back from a second set wobble to beat out about the rose law in round one and kick starts the defense of her wimbledon crown. long taking control new russia ice hockey coach and going to lobby i did not resign his post to fall straight down to concentrate on the national side. and three in town hall with one's most decorated team arrives in moscow for the first time headed that historic drive around the kremlin. we start though with the sad news that one of russia's top football referees was among the forty four people killed in the plane crash in northwest russia on monday night but he may have had side died when the plane crash landed in the republic of color earlier that approached his hometown airport approaches overall it's the thirty eight year old had been a referee fifty first since last year and had officiated in one hundred russian
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premier league games was due to referee spartak moscow versus just off game solution if you stadium on sunday he leaves a wife and two children the president of the russian football union said to go for sinker described the death as a great tragedy adding the are a few would do all it could to help mr pettus family. tennis now in defending champion serena williams overcame a punishing first round encounter with a french woman out of a resigned to go through to the second round at wimbledon williams having lost in the first round of any of her previous forty four grand slams after returning from a year long injury layoff she was pushed hard before winning six three three six six one in just over an hour and a half the result of the world number sixty one counted serena's powerful ground strokes to take the seconds that she lost her momentum in this region broke twice and dropped up victory also in court this tuesday as world number one caroline wozniacki and former champion maria sharapova thanks to patrick and the chocolate sounds that while there have been mixed results for all the russians to time
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quarterfinals nadia petrova cruz policy does not belong in a pool russians match i'll be able to shove in a crash as soon as he leaves rebirth of him she also in straight sets however honest to see a positive change about managed to battle past last year to yank it from ukraine six four seven six. turned on the men's side roger federer faces alex jones. while russia's top man make up against argentina's one monarchos. struggling against australia and teenager tom each other three time finalist andy roddick is true to beating germany's andreas back in straight sets. well meanwhile the first day passed without any major upsets with five russians reaching the second round including second seeded as well moreover although it wasn't all plain sailing from last year's finalist from the rover had to recover from a wayward second set six love three six six to win american allyson risk.
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next up as follow that is by the russian elena vesnina on the straights that when he spends a lot of clues to other russians making it into the next round includes that line the kuznetsova twelfth seed came back from a set down to be china's schweiger however twenty eight seed katherine in the cot of us lost to christina mchale but it's and you've got. that produced a bit of an upset beating israel's shark it was the twenty second seed. while french finest francesca schiavone also progressed the italian needed three sets against australia as a line or jock itch six four one six six three six four in this one. i'm happy to win. this match was a really tough for me. so i think keeping going playing. much more chance to play better so for next. to improve while stealing plenty of the limelight was five time former champion
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venus williams you trained a straight forward against was back there at goal amanmuradova and was pleased to get through the pressure of the first round. going into any major you know there's a little bit of. tension. alive a lot of exploitation in play as a dual practice which i've been hitting the ball really well. you know especially haven't played a lot too it's you know a little pressure of lead to come in swinging as usual. i mean while the men's defending champion rafael nadal took a little time to settle against his first round opponent he trailed america's michael russell fourteen in the first set but came back to win six four six two six two in one hour and fifty eight minutes said it wasn't all that it actually that's one of. the best because that is the i never bled in a god like this was
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a big commotion. with the first player. to play in this so i will score so. so there was a. feeling. i'm bursting to look at it. see the quality in that really really perfect conditions. may have if anything and finishing off the center court action on day one was highly favored andy murray gave the crowd a little scared of losing the first set six four to spain's daniel him in the clever for taking the next three with ease including a run of fifteen successive games and for this one but when you closed ranks with the right you fell. the roof it changes the conditions it's not the same conditions different. if anything is. always too perfect you know there's no or there's no win no sun no sort of elements to contend with you know it's different different
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grass court tournaments and like you saw in the first you know he was able to hit a lot of huge four hands which you know it's normally harder to do when it's a little bit breezy or. whatever but as stephanie saw the court on a little bit. but it was just as good good standard a merchant good atmosphere in the. i saw can and it's been confirmed the new coach of the russian national team will step down from his club commitments in the k h l to take up his new post so it's a lot of denorfia have managed champions at bars last season but russia sports minister vitaly what co insists it's impossible to continue that role in tandem with the national job decision came after such russia coach has just love because trying to juggle the job with his coaching role it tastes and then it's a lie if he was axed following russia's fourth place finish at the recent world championships in sweden. football now and jack warner has quit as fee for vice-president he has been suspended from the sport's governing body pending an
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investigation into bribery allegations however his departure means all charges against him will now be dropped with jesus saying he will be presumed innocent the sixty eight year old along with fee for presidential candidate mohammed bin hammam were accused of bribing caribbean football chiefs in the run up to the feat of presidential elections or not was the longest serving member of feet as executive committee after joining the board back in one thousand nine hundred eighty three he has also stepped down as congress after president look out in the meantime europe's hottest coach under a bow us has courses trainer of portuguese champions porto i mean speculation has seen takeovers manager of chelsea he has a twenty one million dollars buyout clause in his contract and reports suggest the thirty three year old could pay the cash himself however russian and chelsea are reportedly also prepared to pay the sum to near the in demand coach lashkar someone a trouble with porto last season taking the domestic league title and cup as well as the europa league crown former russia coach bruce hiddink has also been linked
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to the chelsea job it's been vacant since the sacking of call on chalabi last month . while also a manager has been officially presented as another top flight english club alex mcleish is unlikely to be totally relaxed in the role at least in the beginning of his reign at aston villa after arriving from arch rivals birmingham city the move has enraged fans from bison. however the fifty two year old scott seems almost phased. control. you know i can understand people's feelings. nor have i heard it before yes. come out of it stronger yes sure but i really look forward to the challenge of monday most fantastic football. formula one now and you're just straight years to go until the debut of the russian grand prix in such a for already have come to the capitol for the first time to take part in the annual moscow city racing event set within the picturesque backdrop of red square
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in the fourth straight year the high octane events have taken place the kremlin walls will rumble to the sound of three formula one teams like clarens former world champion jenson button will be behind the wheel for the second year running back to shatter. will try to light us but to the delight of the fans ferrari will hit the capital's rights for the first time thirty eight year old john carter physicality will represent a once most famous and successful team on the islands that anything musser taking a break had of july's is a shadow. we believe that this event piece an opportunity to make. the no religion in the culture of our sport from one who grew up in new countries. meet. the support of the more understandable and more close to the fans which is the fundamental thing for someone. and finally the champagne corks have been popping in the hometown of goals new u.s.
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open champion rory mcilroy this was the moment of the twenty two year old sank the winning pots lang's his first major title and 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 at the age of seven he showed such promise the club broke its own rules to allow him to become a member and i can't be more glad that they did showering the eighteenth hole with champagne after his victory with roy's uncle at the center of the media spotlight. was on the you never experienced going like that you know sort of. emotionless you know and i was you would assume. your first three four years hollywood you're in there and you know crematoriums skimming is what is going to be. and that's see again in two hours.
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nineteen forty five gold dot com. three people out of iraq each another man reached out his hand told me but i couldn't make it to him everything still is exploding i could no getting me closer everything was engulfed by tragedy in northwest as a passenger plane crashes onto our highway killing forty four people early reports suggest pilot error and bad weather are to blame. at least fifteen more civilians killed as nato bombers mr tompkins asked the aid but instead at the birthday party of his four year old grandson. and so down in the greek parliament the pm sobs new austerity cuts face a no confidence vote but the country on the brink of becoming the first euro zone nation to default. in business the closing bell so bus russian markets in the
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black tuesday positive sentiment coming from a rebound in crude. twenty minutes time. you're watching live from moscow where it's seven pm on the news now with our top story officials say bad weather and pilot error the likely causes of a plane crash which killed forty four people and left eight injured in northwest russia on sunday night the roots air flight on route from moscow to crashed onto a road just one kilometer from its destination our correspondent. is at the crash site. right here at the scene you can still see behind me be emergency services so they are still picking up parts of the plane that we saw earlier well from what we know the early reports that we know the a plane was flying from moscow to here in the northwest of the country and if you
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can see behind me there's a road it had landed perpendicular to the road it was on its way to the airport which is to my left it's about two kilometers to the left very close and right behind right beside this rogue rather are homes residential homes which luckily were not hit now. in terms of survivors recent reports we have five of those survivors already in moscow to be treated for their injuries but three of them are still in very critical condition and will be staying here at local hospitals for the time being now there were also for foreigners on board there was one suite a dutchman as well as two ukrainians at a family of four with dual citizenship u.s. russian citizenship now of the first on the scene right now is very busy but the first on the scene because it happened just before midnight local time just before eight g.m.t. the first on the scene where witnesses and they did try those who could try to save as many people as they can. three people.


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