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debt ridden countries watching nervously with that emitted ruling by germany's constitutional court on the legality of giving bailout packages. at least ten people killed more than sixty injured in the high court in new delhi preliminary reports suggest the explosives were left in a suitcase near the building. that calls for independence from the u.k. grow louder in wales where high nationalist sentiment is coupled with a desire to have control over its own economy. and nominees are now at the third annual global policy forum here and aerosols over today's focus is security and multiculturalism join me later in the program for more details.
noon in moscow i match reza good to have you with us here on r t our top story a landmark ruling by the german constitutional court on the legality of the e.u. ballo packages will be delivered shortly the procedure was triggered by a complaint from euro skeptic academics and politicians they argued the first greek bailout and the subsequent created creation of a special rescue fund growth easy to enjoin in the law financial expert fabulous massey tells r.t. there are legal grounds for a bad imbalance but believes that a court is unlikely to do so as that could mean the fall of the government. i think we have a very grave situation right now. like it's not anymore the parliament which is deciding from the budget of the financial markets and this is unacceptable so i think there's a very legitimate reason for that case but quite skeptical whether the judges
will will roof rule in favor of the compliance because if if they if they set the greek bailout is not not legal this would be the end of our current government and i don't think they will do this. meanwhile in italy in spain thousands of people have hit the streets to protest the government's pressure austerity measures italy's forty five billion euro package welcomed by the e.u. includes among other things new tax hikes any raising the retirement age for women in spain the rallies in the head of a crucial vote by it said it out amending the constitution to limit national debt unions and rights groups say the dead cap would guess that made the country's welfare system and hurt the most vulnerable writer and journalist miguel believes it's the markets that should be responsible for a spain's current predicament not the people the markets are not rational they are
driven usually by fear sometimes by greed. they just think they feel that spain could be like greece or. portugal because. country within the euro so so they tend to lump together countries that are very different but they resemble each other because they are part of the periphery and i think that's the history of recently sets a psychological perception and then again it's true that the growth in spain cannot be growth he's not very good so that in the long will be a problem for there we don't have a problem now but we may have it in the future that is true with the financial turmoil raging across europe calls are growing for the worst hit it hard news to abandon the euro and return to their old national currencies but german economic analyst michel broths tells r.t. the only solution if the crisis is if the strong economies leave the eurozone there's not a solution that the weak countries the strong country has to exit if germany for
example pulls out of the euro or the whole problem what you thought of it means that we will have a stronger currency germany can live with it the others then will have a devaluated this is exactly what they need it means all through the. groovy devaluated this is that what they mean and what they mean need and so the situation is why is it worth not legal ones have to pull out but the germans have to put out . europe's economic woes also being felt in the u.k. thriving some parts of it to crave more control over their finances. start to plan becomes independent and the next logical step is for we just becoming japan's into this sentiment intensifies across the u.k. we talk about that later in the program. first though a bomb blast has rocked the indian capital new delhi killing ten and injuring at
least sixty five people outside the city's high court our correspondent has more. that's part first thing the police are saying that this was a high intensity attack that it was a strategic plan to attack there was a bomb that was found in a suitcase near the parking lot of that building the home minister actually did say that today's attack was in fact a terror attack he doesn't know who to hold responsible for it just yet this obviously isn't the first time that india has experienced a terror attack actually this seen exacts building was the target of an attack back in may of this year obviously the biggest of those attacks happened back in two thousand and eight those were a series of ten coordinated attacks and shootings in that in those attacks it was actually the pocket money i.s.i. or their biggest intelligence service that was found responsible for those attacks there is one man who is in custody for those attacks and he said that he actually
wanted to recreate what happened in the united states in our nine eleven here in india for the attacks that happened last month the indian mujahideen was actually held responsible that group is made up of of muslim students all within this country many of them who are actually trains in kashmir so obviously as i said we don't know who told responsible for today's attacks but there's been a lot of speculation that perhaps it could be the pakistani i.s.i. or the indian mujahideen. that we keep you updated on the us and there's also more of our web site or if you've got com. you've also got online to expert opinions reports from the scene and a look back at other terror attacks in years recent history also in our freeview d.-o. search and you can fight pictures from available to download for free all that and more a click away at fourteen. security chief of the ousted libyan leader colonel
moammar gadhafi has fled the country and there's no hiding in neighboring egypt. according to officials cut off he wasn't said to be part of a convoy that crossed the border tuesday was working with also denies claims that it's ready to provide him with asylum before the start of the campaign the us cia and british m i six were largely sending terror suspects to libya for interrogation and torture claims based on diplomatic documents recently found in tripoli have sparked outrage this comes as the rebels now control most of the country bush reports science suggests it's not over for the violence in libya as the real chaos maybe yet to come. home with his son is one of africa's most experienced diplomats just booked from the libyan capital he says the building has turned into a ghost town there is no police. there is no administration there is no there is no
it's called law and order has been replaced by a crew of rebels some fear that the various groups who have emerged might soon start fighting each other. in stores have been raided every man's arms with kalashnikovs if the tribes fight for their independence their country will enter and never ending civil war with brutal urban guerrilla warfare panelists argue that even rebel leaders don't know where their foot as a from. rebel had nothing with joel was a launch to find islam as sleeper cells had joined history play a fanciful and vast parallel structure of competence has appeared we have no idea who is in charge of them later as hopes of a reliable replacement for more of my gadhafi appeared to be fading libya's rebels remain deeply divided while the chaos from the bombing appears to be spreading beyond the country's borders in the turmoil there are fears that religious extremists could be using libya as a base to further their aims in north africa news in. tunisia and
women got abortion rights twenty years before women in belgium under the last regime divorced women good benefits revived arab who just movements and trying to reverse that the week before the war leaders from barack obama to nicolas sarkozy and silvio berlusconi shook and even kissed gadhafi spurned the rebels got the brit carpet treatment in paris but the west will also change tack one expert if libya doesn't go for them as planned according to this man who's just returned from war torn tripoli the message from some locals there is that the conflict may have created a frankenstein's monster for europe they warned us that we don't know what we are creating in libya it will be a free haven of extremist groups which are just on the southern border of europe poirot's from failed somalia made their coast a no. fruits and diplomats no think libya.
but what do lucia have that if you did it in would not be a safe city there will be a part it's and there will be will bloat tickled to the limit if it is to make its if i do through flinch economy can support that with the new intervention in libya has proved large numbers of new fools and so the fool experts feel the silver may come to regret they remove. the new bushel of brussels. artie's website continues following the fate of almost twenty ukrainian citizens who remain in custody in libya as rebels suspect them of being pro the snipers earlier the russian embassy was able to secure the release of two russians any ukrainian couple they say the group is our oil engineers and cops who have nothing to do with his military but for the full story. stay with the region activists in syria say seven people were killed as government forces use armored vehicles in the
besieged city of homs this is the u.n. calls for more pressure to be put on president assad's regime but professor edmund ghareeb an expert in international relations says sanctions won't necessarily bring down the regime but they will make ordinary people suffer. konami case what happened whatever happens the sanctions are clearly a blunt instrument that does not discriminate between the regime and the people and what may end up happening is the people who probably are going to have the price and the regime especially if we take a look at what happened in iraq or what happened with cuba experiment with a very good example of this where some of the harshest sanctions out imposed on any country in history won't close on iraq and despite that. did not succeed in bringing the regime down and they are. rocky public which was
hurt severely as a result of the sanctions so this is. i think is going to raise a lot of questions especially some of them political some of. course more. he has already imposed sanctions on oil imports from syria on our website we're asking what's the true aim of this so far fourteen percent of respondents think president assad is the target seventy percent say the real game is too liberal voters in the e.u. countries almost a third are you to e.u. wants to please the u.s. and about half of taken part in the online poll say the sanctions hit ordinary syrians to provoke more protests. out here say. the central russian city of jaroslav all is becoming a global think tank this week with a third global policy forum inviting the best minds to come up with solutions to some of the world's thorniest problems this year it's multiculturalism that's among the main focal points
a concept that recently got severe blows in europe global security also on the table with debates on syria and libya and the question of how to keep the region safe after data withdraws from afghanistan or he's and he said no way is. this expected that there's going to be some pretty intense debate especially when it comes to global security in terms of what's happening in libya and now syria and like you said in afghanistan in two thousand and fourteen the u.s. and nato troops are expected to withdraw in four countries like russia and its other partners in the collective. security treaty organization which is an organization that focuses in that part of the world is concerned about how they're going to deal with security in the region after if you will post afghanistan not speak more about about that and other issues that are being covered here at the forum this year joining me is adrian pabst is a lecturer in politics at the university account thanks for being with us always a pleasure to have you. let's start with libya and syria what are the main if i can
say the sticking points that we might hear today what are the different views that you think are going to be thrown around on the table discussion that's inevitable e going to happen. you know the intervention riots was the u.n. mandate respected by by nature all in fact was that violates. questions about intervention always come up but i think we should focus on the longer term issues as you mentioned in your introduction it's really about building up societies building out viable political economic and social systems and i think too often people say well if the indian if intervention is wrong in some ways countries get out and you know let societies get on with their lives but you need support you know tradition societies need a lot of support and i can be both a message again from supporters so i think what we should be discussing is a longer term presence especially civil society actors who can help build up the potential in the capacity of transition countries now nato and russia don't know we
see eye to eye it's very not much of a secret but one thing they have been able to cooperate quite significantly on is afghanistan. what happens after afghanistan and what role do you think the collective security treaty organization could write what i think what will happen is that the wind down of military presence would inevitably be a destabilizing factor at first because of canister. isn't fully ready to cope with its own security problems and challenges so i think engagement again longer term engagement is crucial and i think any support for a more stable afghanistan will be welcome but it's mainly vidual countries russia of course being one of the main powers in the region but also perhaps other organizations collective security treaty organization is one shanghai cooperation organization is another one i think the there's engagement and all the rest so it is and i don't think nato anyone should be worried about this of course afghanistan
has to ultimately decide you know what kind of support it wants. the afghan people have to be at the center of this but i think support from regional powers and all of the actions is crucial. well for a better country but not as part of the united kingdom there's a strong sense of national identity in wales which has helped fuel calls for him to achieve independence something similar a following similar cause for the north. played continues raging over whether welsh are driven by economic sense or emotion. welcome to wales part of the u.k. and a proud nation with its own language and customs and the latest voice to call for independence plied comrie which means the party of wales has always argued the country could be better off without the u.k. and it seems increasing numbers are starting to see their point of view our economy has been run from london with the interest of the south east of england to the full
and independent wheels of course would be able to chart a different course. priorities wales is a long way from declaring independence but it's no longer just a pipe dream people here voted overwhelmingly earlier this year in favor of handing the welsh assembly full law making powers that was considered a turning point in welsh nationhood and plights couldn't read the party of wales have undoubtedly taken heart from the surprise victory of the scottish national party that victory in may the s.n.p. an outright majority in the scottish parliament which have many powers devolved from westminster the party's promise to hold a scotland wide referendum on whether to declare independence according to applied comrie that marks the turning of the tide for a unified u.k. people now believe that beginning to to use the word independence in in a welsh context which they they they wouldn't have done
a few years and i stuck to be developed so i think that people in where's going to see that when scotland becomes independent the next logical step back is for becoming dependent. of course separatism is nothing new to the british isles and the thousands of victims of the troubles in northern ireland are testament to how high feelings can run both in the present day and for centuries past while national sentiment may not be a new phenomenon the reasons for its have changed over the years and in these current turbulent economic times money talks scotland has oil and gas but while wales was a proud coal producing nation it's mines and now closed and it's got some of the highest unemployment levels in the u.k. because of that the older generation is reserved when it comes to independence but young people are filled with national fervor for them independence is less about
money and more about nationhood and identity and wales needs to be independent because it is a great country and we do we do in it like. because we're really patriotic i think we're more patriotic than england we have a lot of culture here we should go to seem to be a bit better here at the moment you can get free prescriptions. education seems to be a bit better place comrie says it's going to build on that support providing not just emotional reasons why wales should be independent but concrete economic reasons too and it says wales does have resources particularly land and see for green energy if the scots vote for independence wales might not be far behind. cardiff. turning back now to our top story the german high court has just issued a ruling on the legality of bellows held the country's participation in the euro
zone rescue funds the procedure was triggered by a complaint from euro skeptic academics and politicians. the first and the subsequent group are creation of a special rescue fund. turn. some other stories making headlines across the globe british lawmakers are considering recall in the chairman of news corp james murdoch for further questioning over the phone hacking scandal a day earlier two former employees of the company suggested he misled and he's about his knowledge of widespread hacking at the company james murdoch has maintained that till recently news corp thought the illegal phone hacking was limited to one reporter who was jailed in two thousand and seven murdoch and his father rupert had already faced a comedian and he's over the issue in july. in the us a gunman opened fire on a table of uniformed national guard officers beating four dead and eight injured in the state of nevada two military workers and a civilian woman were killed before the man shot himself dead the motives were
unclear but his family members say you had a history of psychological problems he'd never been in the military and had no known affiliation with anyone inside the restaurant. the trial of ousted egyptian president hosni mubarak over the killing of protesters in february has resumed in cairo hearing will be held off camera unlike previous sessions monday the court adjourned the trial after hearing the testimony of several witnesses but before the session scuffles broke out between pro and anti mubarak protesters outside the court that left ten people injured. the defense team a former yugoslav army general parasite says they'll appeal the verdict of the hague tribunal is after the military leader was said to twenty seven years in prison for war crimes paris which was convicted of abetting atrocities during the balkans war in the ninety's including the massacre of eight thousand muslims in srebrenica as one of several ethnic serbs military officials on the hague political
expert marco gas which believes the west wants serbians to feel guilty for the whole of the yugoslavia war. well we know how those trials are going to go because the script for those trials has been written in advance but i think we need to look actually take a look at the real picture here of what parish which was accused of doing because he was accused in effect of crossing. illegally declared all the borders that had been declared by the spirit by the dictates of western governments particularly germany running the e.c. at the time and subsequently by the us of eight these these governments declared that you could start in border that no longer exist i would be replaced by borders smaller of the secession so this was at the expense of yugoslavia's largest people and i think there is an effort on the part of western governments to persuade the serbian public that in some way they are guilty absolutely for everything how they feel they deserve to be treated worse than the rest of the world but they should be punished that may should be imprisoned that their territory should be carved away
from them this is an attempt to psychologically brainwash the serbian people that they deserve what they get and what they get is going to be very bad sadly i don't see too much opposition so this policy on the part the serbian government which really has a responsibility which it has not exercised to say that the description of the war has been one sided biased and incorrect coming out later the controversial figure of another bosnian serb military leader on trial at the hague is investigating our xcel port. worldwide manhunt for him lance the truth it's genius. and one million new world was on the streets care. little for the west. minions in. general and the surge in the. muslim.
on our cheap. stay with us here on r t business up next with dmitri. hello and welcome to the program moscow's largest construction company and has changed hands mid cap lender been bankrolled ninety five percent of the company from you in about two to now the wife of the former mayor of moscow the banks of the remaining five percent recovery has been valued at one point two billion dollars but given its debts of the value of the deal could be about two hundred million dollars but when it came became the richest woman in russia with a free billion dollar fortune during her husband's stewardship of moscow mayor you do show off was fired last year by president nevada over a lack of trust your from claims his wife's business success had nothing to do with his running russia's biggest city. russia may explode as much as twenty million tons of grain this year the agriculture ministry says august shipments abroad
climbed to a record of two point three million tons russia was the world's second biggest exporter before halting sales last year due to a severe drought now the country is trying to regain its share of the global market by offering the largest discount on grain in four years this makes a russian grain cheaper than french australian supplies and makes shipping to distant countries viable for buyers so i'll move to the markets and we start with commodities or oil is up here's our nymex and brant crude adding significant gains like sweet posting one dollar seven cents and gains brant sixty eight cents that's ahead of an energy department report which is expected to show wind stockpiles as tropical storm and leaves threatening production in the gulf of mexico also hopes that obama's speech will provide a new council this week anomic growth i suppose and among. european markets are rallying after three days of losses mainly driven by global stocks and the last few
minutes of germany's top court has thrown out a lawsuit aimed at. king the country's participation in the euro zone bailout in the case had been brought by a number of euro skeptics who argued that the rescue package pro german and you know all of this will likely provide for the next two steps. in russia the markets are trading strongly in the black very much where they started one point nine percent for the r.c.s. almost to be myself this is on the back of oil prices and positive movement in asia so it is something individual share movies or my six hundred you made is among the main gainers and needs a strong crude cross nafta's up one point six percent of the south you are banking stocks up also supported burbank one half percent fertilizer producer for cider was gaining five percent of the posted strong first start results companies now profits rose two point six pulled to four hundred fifteen million souls. but take
a look at some of the stories in brief brushes leading telecommunications company bill cohen has increased second quarter net profit by forty two percent however the total result three hundred twelve million dollars was nearly half what analysts were expecting and book on operates the beeline mobile phone brand in russia. russian technologies for the ration is the way plans to create a one billion dollar investment fund that was a newspaper reports and will invest in high tech startups could be set up next year russian technologies controls twenty five companies including russian helicopters and titanium giant be a sample of the snow. and france biggest brokerage in them or is reducing its operations in russia media sources say it has trimmed its investment business and the country company says it's not planning to completely withdraw from russia still sees opportunities in the country in the southeast back in fifteen minutes time not great i'll see them doing it again.
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