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information about who ordered the murder of the prominent a russian journalist. five years ago this follows the true stories arrest of a former key witness in the case a retired senior police official suspected of organized crime. well as the u.s. civil war rages on in libya many say the country could go the way of egypt and up with a dissolution society impatient for reform but some believe it could be much worse . talk to a newspaper editor. for his views on the recent events. i'm talking to abdel bari atwan who's the editor of the london based on the arabic newspaper could be he is obviously going to be about libya and he says that there's a huge potential for libya to turn into another afghanistan missed out on thank you for talking to r.t. today now explain to me what the fact is all play all comparable between libya and
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afghanistan. there are a lot of similarities here between. afghanistan and libya we have been need to intervention military intervention it is through this intervention is not actually sending troops on the ground but the same. way or another and try to say libya could like afghanistan the other point is you know libya. could turn to a failed state like what happened in afghanistan nobody can predict what will happen after that we know that we would be removed from power because he cannot actually need police and he hasn't got backup abilities but the big question is whether that position and council which is that are presenting that rebel will be able first to contain their differences divisions in a second whether it is capable to run the country and to keep as
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a united states that seems like an accident of the issues. let's talk about the war specifically first of all where do you think gadhafi is at the moment what's he going to do you think you'll fight to the bitter end qaddafi is a very cunning despite to many people and that you know describe him as a crazy mad i met him three times in my life he is you know. politicians whether we like it or not he calculates very well we don't know where he is actually hiding it took the need to american fifteen years to find osama bin laden and kill him i don't know how many months how many weeks how many years you know that it will take them to capture. nobody can kill where about he's hiding that he could be in. about x. minute about x. in paper only he could be in sirte where his hometown he could be in the south
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where. it is there you know his tribe's actually situated so we don't know but definitely he is still alive and definitely used to libya to for his son or his sons actually to to be here to be in playfully itself i think this is a clear indication is that if you could be there you could be in politically it's and as far as the mood on the ground goes what do you think will happen when and if the rebels catch him will they kill him or they they talk big about the international criminal court what do you think will happen it is a huge question is we don't know what will happen if he is captured we have a very bad experience when a better bill actually tried to capture. the chief of staff or that he will army you know shoot him dead. and his bodyguards bodies also so maybe the same thing could happen to get their feet we know that there is a you know
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a sense of revenge spreading on the rebels and libya so it depends who is going to capture him if he is captured by fanatic. groups that are secure or muslim he could be sure that you mention gadhafi. is really his favorite son and was the heir apparent how much power do you think he will to the moment he still actually popular among the loyalists of his father and his father supporter actually so he is an important figure he knows how to communicate with the media itself he's still a very prominent character among. so whether he has military power i don't believe so he has some political part but you know i don't believe that feeling will survive and i think the most he can actually
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to try to negotiate for a safe exit for him and for his family a good death is. presence or not libya is obviously particularly because up till now the rebels have really been united by a common hate deathy how likely now do you think a violent splits in the transitional council is i think the problem after that post got there fair could be more actually problematic than the problem before or before the removal of canberra for the cheap because there is a huge slit split among. themselves and the factions who are participating in this fight. they are united by their hatred toward cut that for you but if that is captured if he is killed i think you know now we will turn against each other and we know that some brigades you know who are fighting with their bills. by the extremist muslim groups and they wouldn't fight with the secular in the same time
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even belief used to talk to those secure those or to those actually liberals they consider them. part of the western conspiracy so maybe those people will turn against each other and also we knew that you know the majority of the people who are fighting muslim extremists or actually. people who believe that they should slip mixtape and how they need to is going to deal with those people after remove all of chemical are they going to legitimize them consider them illegitimate illegitimate after but part on the future libya so there are huge question marks here personally i believe the post will be more problematic than that. david cameron has been talking about sending british troops to libya as a peacekeeping force but will that be enough to keep a lid on what is potentially
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a nation at war if david cameron sent. army. personnel on the banner of keeping peace in post gadhafi era this will be seen in libya and also in the arab words as a foreign intervention exactly like what happened in afghanistan and iraq and this would complicate the whole situation it could actually make some of those muslim extremists among the rebels to turn against the institutional council and also to turn against nato so now we are fighting troops after being finished his job actually they might turn against that british or french troops who will be sent to keep and all that in and post back here are so it could be a huge mistake from from clinton's and from sarkozy to to actually send troops to leave the stakes are massive out there now nato and the u.k.
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specifically is talking about democracy by the libyan people how realistic do you think that is talking about democracy is very easy option actually practicing democracy. it is a very complicated process democracy cannot actually parachuted to the people in the or in iraq or in afghanistan democracy is our culture it is a huge process first you have to start this process in a country like you know for the last forty two years never had the you know multi-party system they never had the parliament been ever had institutions democratic institutions or any institutions so to start the democratic process actually it will take a long time but it is very sweet talks about about democracy and we know that under the banner of democracy in the west and in afghanistan in iraq look what happened for example in august we are going to celebrate the tenth anniversary of that
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invasion and occupation of afghanistan the worst now is our top. to turn up to reinstate taliban in the beginning ten years ago they went there to remove taliban from power. to destroy there and first lecture no it is you know there are thrown the toll there are talking to taliban and they want to have. it from afghanistan they lost or they are losing seven billion dollars a month the same thing in iraq you know now iraq is a completely different story and you know that democracy in iraq is very valuable democracy do you think the rebels basically sold off the oil when they accepted western military support there finitely the need to bombardment played a major role in the success of that able to capture most of the cities of leap year and to advance toward tripoli so. presumably there was
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a deal struck between that and libyan rebel that need to and britain and france in particular we know need to is not a charitable organization we know that britain and france there are looking for contacts we are looking for we are looking for business in libya libya is destroyed completely undercut there for the team there is no infrastructure at all so i believe that libyan kick is very lucrative you know that they want to share how much. business actually was agreed by the transitional council transitional council they need two countries especially britain france we don't know yet but definitely that me too is looking for a price and the libyan future government should pay and will pay a very heavy price for it is not. a free service no definitely there is
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something behind that. i suspect the need to would like to have military bases in libya i suspect that you know british and french company is looking for exploration contracts abdel-bari atwan thank you very much. rolled into the. box m m philosophy. box m m droste. muscle movement efficiency. marksman comfort. monsoon maneuverability motion aviation chiefs into demarks moscow's mode famous here show on technology someday should cheer on a larger we've got the future covered. as
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thank you i just how much time do most of the. libya's rebel forces celebrate storming colonel gadhafi compound in tripoli and once again claim to have control of the city but could actually loyalists continue their resistance with their leader bowing a fight to the death. of kim jong il says north korea is a ready to return to six party talks and could bring back the moratorium on the production and testing of nuclear weapons and follows his meeting with president medvedev during a visit to russia. and russian investigators say they have information about who ordered the murder of a prominent russian journalist on the fall of cops guy five years ago as follows tuesday's a rest of a former key witness in the case a retired it senior police official suspected of organizing the killing. and others
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of the headlines here in our sports news now with andrew and a lot of football to talk about. hello there thanks for watching the sports and these other headlines. heading for russia cameroon striker samuel eto you proposed to join angie after the club agreed to transfer the. plus the netherlands and pains thirteen months reign is football's top ranked team. and broke your cycling team to tell you should celebrate success at the tour of spain is dying of merino when stateful in the ninety's. but he will undergo a medical today is he prepares to join russian premier league side angie they've agreed to buy the cameroon striker from into milan for thirty six million dollars if past fit the thirty year old is set to sign a three year contract and his jew to arrive in russia on thursday to meet his new
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team mates they include brazilian roberto carlos are recent signing you to the net you could even play against rostov on saturday the african star has been offered half a million dollars a week after tax that would make him the world's highest paid player and he was bought by billionaire through the man came out in january then he said he was prepared to do what was necessary to make them a force in football and are currently fourth in the russian premier league. it's also an important day for another russian club rubina trying to qualify for the group stages of the champions league but they have it all to do in the second leg of their play off against me on in cause and tonight needing to overturn a three one deficit from the first game and they will have to do it with that defender alec was mean and there's also a dagger over the fitness of midfield that. the pressure is on the one arsenal boss and also his depleted side travel to even a.z. after a narrow one nil win at the emirates in the first leg the gunners are without midfielders
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some imaginary after agreeing to sell him to manage the city forty one many. in dollars that's on the back of the recent departure of fabregas to barcelona and also missing jack wilshere who's injured one but the good news is that venga will be able to sit in the dug out tonight after all after breaching a touchline ban last week the way for have suspended a further ban while an appeal is heard in the french minutes confident asked to the group stage for a fourteenth season in iraq of course we want to qualify on. one . hand. because we know. but you should both one. in contrast in a.z. have only reached the champions league group stage once that was five years ago and although they finished fourth in syria last season they too have lost key plays notably alex sanchez to barcelona but they'll be fancying their chances against
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arsenal who failed to win two games in the english premier league. games tonight benfica host f.c. twente after the side through the first leg to the wall f.c. copenhagen will have an uphill task despite making the last sixteen last season they need to overturn a three one deficit against czech side victorious goals and somebody bought a solve go to austria to trace the grass in the final game that last night cypriot side up a well made the group stage beating dislike three one to go through three two one aggregate by munich also progress beating the year explain the nominee grads make the group stage two despite losing to you know the swedish champions smell by they scraped through four three two legs belgian champions gang defeat at recovery high fell on penalties to progress while the spanish side very out a safety three after banking back from their first leg think to danish side the day . chelsea are already three to the group stage and have unveiled their two teenage
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signings at their training ground the belgian striker romelu lukaku he's eighteen has a rifle and and elect. he was joined by a nineteen year old spanish midfielder audial who moved from barcelona because it was all good read a happy man that we see can i reps shoulders with his boyhood hero baby a drug that i'm playing what he called the biggest city in the world it will not be as easy. first of all of my average i want to learn from the players over here and after that i would just want to show to the coach. needs me i'm ready but first of all i want to train him to be fitter so responsible. now spain may be the reigning world and european champions but they they are no longer the number one football team in the world according to the latest fee for rankings that only goes to the netherlands they take top spot for the first time ending spain's thirteen months spell at number one that after spain lost to italy in a friendly and the netherlands game was cancelled against england who rides
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a couple of places to number four germany a third in the table which is based on results over the last four years. american success means they're up to fifty to brazil dropping down to six thousand russia five places to take. the right russian side you have got their first win at this year's tour of spain their spanish rider daniel marino winning a grueling mountain stage in fact it was too tough for some riders tour de france green jersey winner mark cavendish unable to keep up with the peloton as it crossed the mountains between. nevada and he abandoned the race with forty kilometers to go at this stage for no such problem so for marino he caught up with the leaders over the last few k. and right at the end it was a fight between himself and chris sorensen of sanctuary banks than god but the man did enough to win by three seconds to have and shovel now takes the overall lead is great years of. defending champion south africa have announced
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a tried and trusted squad for the upcoming rugby world cup captain john smit will again be skipper after leading the side to victory in two thousand and seven in fact eighteen members of that winning side have been included in the thirty man squad wing or duncan he was the only real shock inclusion south africa to the gang will be against wales in september the eleventh before facing maybe a fiji and samoa and hosts new zealand in group d. which is a tough call according to smith. so it's. it's probably going to. help me somewhere so not too much about me maybe but i mean there's a team going to be a. very. serious history you know where you can sort of appeal and you don't want to create for yourself finally to
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a sport that has been played for thousands of years poli but over the last century it has all but faded out same russia or they're not being revived with help from the sports historic powerhouse argentina but i mean as the story. horses count among the most trusted friends of mankind in wildlife this is why polo is one of the most popular sports this game was first played in persia more than two thousand years ago and has only slightly changed since then. it still takes the same skills to score goals with a long handled out on the field that's twice as big as a football pitch. the most important thing in polo is probably the so-called chemistry between the man and the horse they should be sympathetic to each other also it's crucial to learn the equitation in childhood although even adult persons who come to the sport late can reach pretty good results in terms of training hard
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every day back at the turn of the twentieth century polo was quite a popular sport in russia but after the revolution the tradition was broken it was only brought back to life several years ago and the most cool poll club which was established in two thousand and six by look syria is now one of the major centers for the sport it also hosted the russian open championship which was being held for the sixth time you need a lot of players you need a lot of horses you need a lot of competition as in any sport you need to practice practice practice you need to invest invest invest and so for. we're doing what we can but it's all private and it's all based on the enthusiasm of the players themselves and their money. in terms of price horses are like cars it's not only about how expensive it is it's very important to choose the one that would suit you in this respect you should always take an expert's advice as for the price it may be from eight to ten
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thousand dollars sale argentina and up to five hundred thousand dollars it's emotions and human resources are always a crucial factor in this respect call in russia as a competitive advantage the traverso brothers to grandmasters from the sports powerhouse argentina these time around glamorous russian fans of this elite sports have got enoch opportunity to get up close with their known for a short masterclass on the secrets of polo and witness the russian open finals where the tournaments top player and a hundred let his team beluga to victory. however there is still a lot to do to make question pull competitive on the international arena this is a low now because it's new york is a new sport here and we need a lot of work. and we need. to know what is bordeaux because
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a lot of it doesn't know what he is. but i think he's improving. with a publishing deal with this he's possible to become more prepared to play polo has never been only about winning and losing with another member of the winning team russia's top ball practitioner me how you write junker being the best proof of it. the better you treat your horses the better they perform i don't care if i lose or win i just enjoy it it's a team sport and first of all it team here means the horse and the rider and that's the best thing about it. and that idiot which often leaves the fastest way to success. robert but in your own party school region. and that is all we got time for for the moment got the weather coming up next.
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cut cut to libya as a rebel forces celebrate still. in tripoli and once again claim to have control of the city. we shouldn't be naive children and think that these rebels are these nice little folks who want democracy and freedom than mcdonald's exports one of a new a struggle for power between the rebels and a post. also kim jong il says north korea is ready to return to six party. the moratorium on nuclear production. follows his meeting with president in russia. and a major breakthrough in the. case investigators say they know who ordered the russian.


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