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ten thirty am in moscow we're bring you today's top stories here on r t no withdrawal from the last three protestors pardon there was all of the movement grows nationwide and becomes difficult for the government to ignore heavy handed police tactics against the rally are seen more people joining the demonstration. the u.s. led war in afghanistan enters its second decade the white house dashing hopes of a total pullout saying cia and special forces may be there to stay this is violence reaches a peak with twenty eleven becoming the deadliest year yet. a slew of fresh credit
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rating cuts hit in europe as spain italy and british banks take a huge hit from investors they're increasingly worried that greece's debt contagion may have spread to ride lead or ballots to be that. russia and china vetoed the u.n. resolution on syria calling for a political dialogue instead of tough sanctions on president assad's regime meanwhile the syrian government says terrorist groups are active in the country and targeting military leaders and intellectual. up next the view from inside syria from someone who has the president's ear r.t. speaks with his political and press advisor about the beleaguered country situation . are there this is the third time that the security council has failed to adopt a resolution criticizing syria as russia and china use their powers of veto joining
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us today to discuss this and the general situation in the country is political and media advisor to syria's president talked about spain a shotgun mr van gaal can tell program party is that the position taken by russia and there's a curator council to blog the resolution criticize in syria what information did syrian authorities give russia to support its position. we welcome the positions taken by russia and china and their use of the veto in the interests of syria and its people the information provided was just about the reality of the state of affairs the point is that decisions taken by western countries are based not on real events in syria but rather on the task of suppressing syria as an arab state that plays an important role in resistance at the same time unfortunately they draw conclusions from reports a few self-seeking arabic media outlets who act as their accomplices in covering violence in a crime committed by terrorists and militants in syria now that's another attempt
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adopting a tough resolution against syria has failed what do you expect the international community to do in order to exert pressure on damascus. i believe that october fifth two thousand and eleven when russia and china blocked the un resolution was a historic day and i hope it will be remembered the fact that russia and china use their veto for the good of the people has enabled us to feel for the first time that there is a different force in the world one that stands for justice neutrality culture and civilization and this forest stepped onto the international stage to stand equal to western power i personally believe that the future belongs to the east to russia and china it is a crucial moment in history. when a new force has emerged to say to the west you are wrong and the west is definitely a problem because its leader share a colonialist attitude not only regarding syria but we're be entire region if what do you think the international community will do next. i don't think the
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international community has many options a new force supporting reform and pluralism in syria has appeared in the international arena that's the path we follow the majority of laws that should have been passed are now adopted work to amend the constitution is underway we're moving forward towards reform and pluralism the problem is that some states fund and arm terrorist groups operating in our towns and villages this makes ordinary people's lives very difficult and puts them in real danger the position of the western countries encourages these terrorist groups completely but you recently visited moscow and the russian authorities are the should you again the dialogue was the only way out of the crisis that syria find without them will you invite all local opposition forces or even public representatives to dialogue in which all levels inside of the syrian population could participate would be nothing about how we did invite them i personally met with
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a number of opposition representatives and so did many members of the syrian government when we suggested that they should participate in the dialogue some accepted this proposal and others didn't syria doesn't have just one opposition but many opposition movements representatives of most of these movements were present at a joint conferences and a consultation meeting charity i had mr farouk i'll share a while others ignored it i don't understand what reforms they want to see without entering dialogue we share russia and china's feel that it's impossible to move forward without dialogue the path of discussion is the path of reform the alternative is blood spilling civil war and religious clashes and this isn't at all what syrian. it's up to the syrian opposition to protest against foreign interference the opposition should participate in dialogue with the goal of reform and building a new better syria it shouldn't listen to those who would turn it against dialogue with the government but the national council was established in istanbul what do
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you expect from this organization if it gets international recognition would you expect something similar to the events in libya if there is made on protecting civilians could this be used as a pretext for a military operation or international interference. another mother i believe that's all in the past a thousand people cannot speak for twenty three million syrian citizens i am speaking on behalf of many opposition activists who are syria patriots and they say that most members of this council belong to the muslim brotherhood these people don't represent syria or its people how can you position yourself as a representative of the syrian people when you've spent the last thirty years living in paris it just doesn't work that way i don't think people share a future with the people of syria who follow the arm for the plate who are these still united promise and most of probably after the alabama both the armed forces
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and the state are united all of these rumors are being framed out like the case of say not al hosni two weeks ago i gave an interview to the b.b.c. i was mainly asked how can i protect women's rights without appearing on satellite channels to defend our house who was allegedly tortured and killed by syrian security forces i have no doubt that you saw zeinab al hosny on t.v. and confirmed she was safe and sound so all the rumors about her were alive today lies in the media have gone beyond common sense some arab television channels have lost all shame and professionalism but the almighty allah shows them what they are doing thanks to allah the truth speaks for itself every day. i hope something delays of the un gives them as leaders time to improve things in the country will the managers present the cross the country be peeled back the one the ban we wouldn't mind if a security forces mission ended today do you know what i heard from my relatives in homs who phoned me at eleven pm last night they said fifty five people representing
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different religious communities have been kidnapped in just one day there abducting people of various creeds in order to sow sectarian hatred in homs and what are we as a responsible government expected to do to safeguard the security of citizens it's what would you do in our place would you just abandon these people or would you send law enforcers to fight the terrorists you'd better address this question to those who are armed gangs and seeding evil in our country that doesn't mean we should give up our campaign against corruption start government reform or revolutionary change in the spheres of culture and education our people are demanding all of this and it's necessary for serious prosperity that terror and direct or indirect western support for terror is in keeping reform while the positions of russia and china are stimulating that they are giving the syrian people a chance and helping them follow the path of change so that syrians can have better
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lives in their own country. some analytical articles in the western press said that the situation in medic parts of syria including the town of homs looks very much like a civil war there have such areas. yes i do we who are representatives of various communities religions and ethnic groups live together in ours we've been living as one family throughout history syria is a diverse country it's the cradle of three world religions our main task was to continue living in love in peace the united states to use its veto right fifty times to deprive the palestinians of their legitimate right to create a state on their land isn't that a violation of human rights eleven thousand inmates are less. rushing in presence of the occupying regime in this way this state is trying to dismember the region into small model ethnic and mana religious states this is its plan look what's happened in sudan and what's happening in libya and iraq our peoples and our land are in their sights all this is aimed against civilization culture and identity
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even when we build democracy we build our own arab democracy based on our own religious cultural and civilisational values of which we're proud i don't want to be a western man's replica i am proud of being arab i like being an arab woman whether muslim or christian i am an arab woman first i speak arabic and i want my culture my mind and my clothes to reflect my national identity while the west wants us to become fascist smells of what they call western democracy really arabs can hardly make ends meet while israel dominates the middle east all this is well known we realize this looming threat and so do the residents of our own us and those who so discord you've seen their photos extremists zealots and terrorists whatever crimes they commit will never end lest our people support the good of a predictable thing a shop on the but it's economy to despise it to the syrian president thank you very
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much for your interview. thank you very much i would like to thank once again the leadership and people of russia for their wise decision that contributes to the cause of defending syria and its people let me express my gratitude on their behalf this helps the syrian people to return their genuine arab look to our region and thank you once again was a high lot of pressure to. on . a very warm welcome to you this is your news today protesters on the walls streets they have. ladies and gentlemen your chance to choose just to get with the status of the human experiment
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take. the drug industry's gone from the chain the most once a trophy to the world's nazi hunters. how the escobar greystones and parties. today's news in the week's top stories no withdrawal from wall street anti-drug protesters harden their resolve this the movement grows nationwide becoming difficult for the government to ignore heavy handed police tactics against the rally are seen more people going to demonstrations. u.s. led war in afghanistan enters a second decade with the white house dashing the hopes of a total pullout saying the cia and special forces are there to stay yes as the violence reaches up peak with two thousand and eleven coming this year yeah. russia and china vetoed a u.n. resolution on syria policy for political dialogue instead of tough sanctions on
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president assad's regime here while the syrian government says terrorist groups are active in the country and targeting military leaders and intellectual. a slew of fresh credit rating cuts made in europe as spain italy and british banks take a few tips from investors they're increasingly concerned that greece's debt contagion may have spread too far for balance to be affected. and drew up next with sports stay with us here on r.t. . hello there thanks for watching this force and make all the headlines back in charge of the courts is the skipper the all blacks against argentina in the world cup quarterfinals as a strategy a take on defending champion south africa. plus on the brink of glory sebastian vettel needs just a point in japan to retain his pulled me to one crown we've the latest from tokyo.
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where andy murray fighting for revenge against bogey man rafael nadal if you can find. the start over the rugby world cup first strike you are taking on defending champion south africa in the quarter finals in south africa have come from behind to lead by nine so strongly a story now leading by eleven points to nine after south africa had come from behind to lead down for the wallabies are ahead after a try from jane's call will early on the full time whistle fast approaching in that game. while the winner of that game will play the winner of the other quarterfinal with the new zealand and argentina that kicks off shortly in wellington with all blacks captain richie mccaw declaring himself fit for the match as a skipper recovering from a niggling foot injury while flyhalf collins slate deputize is to be injured dan carter the all blacks of the hosts and are the overwhelming favorites for this one and say they will cope with the expectation. to those. for sure
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we're not going to school a draw when you're not going to go so well so you go to your opportunity and a new look at what we've got as a rugby prize at the top of what was a much you would put it before you. there's no. not fair on but we've had a lot of big riches in the past and the scripts been through a lot of them with the sort of grand slams rule there's like cops or whatever have been big rich and famous is not a big. the morals coach warren gatland has called his players fantastic ambassadors after his side beat ireland on saturday to set up a semifinal with france the irish entered the clash is life favorites but it was their opponents who started as they meant to go on shane williams is try this so touchdown of the first half wells going in at the break ten three teams were level five minutes into the second period when he went over but that was to be lee's
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highlight but he does the point when eventually secured with wales the try of the day i don't think david's schoolwork you. know there's a lot of very generous or suppose a bit crowed to kerry is. that the midfielder you know cook good food as well so we're going to have more incentive really try to check away or slow you're just taking your feet from straightaway when you give your heart and soul something doesn't work oh shit it's just disappointing. for good men don't start. it all england's rugby chase have promised a robust review of the size performance at the world cup by lost nine hundred twelve to france in the last day on saturday with the blues getting tries three vincy plaque and maxine. did make a game of it in the second half but the damage was already done by the time ben foden mark where they went over france taking nine hundred twelve is not yet playing and when coach martin johnson will step down as
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a result he's been in charge since two thousand and eight and skated his country to world cup nori and think that is not free. now in other news for anyone sebastian vettel is on course to claim a second straight world championship today he was quitting qualifying started on pole for the basic pang grand prix and the second half trying to add a fifty three red bull drive a nice the finish in the top ten for things will crank but unless the race at the moment i'm mathematically is the only man can catch back for the five races that but it's. it's impossible for that to happen and vettel will also win the world around the finish among the points today. will keep you posted now in football scotland have kept alive their chances of reaching next summer's european championships for their one there when. craig mchale smith from brighton and hove albion scoring the only goal guarantee scotland in the second place one point ahead of the czech republic in cream pie with one game left scotland next race pain away
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though and how much the result of the czechs in their final game against the freeway to qualify. and by the stadium which will host the euro two thousand and twelve final has been officially open the national sports complex in kiev was packed with sixty thousand spectators for a special celebration to mark the occasion colombia singing here it was the star attraction enough forty minute concert the stadium cost four hundred seventeen million dollars to build and host a friendly between ukraine and germany on november eleventh. now meanwhile logistics will be one of the most difficult problems for russian hosting the twenty eighteen world cup that is according to many offspring marketing director by later we caught up with a german in moscow and our first question was one close to his heart of investment . if i would have wondered when you're in there you can spend three most important points for that simple way of so to speak the legs of the water infrastructure let
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you see the stadium and about the brain for a minute sure i would spend that one million euro dollar for brains. might do something very interesting and very very very let me say exciting but i think in terms of sustainability of like grizzlies a little question mark whether this is a feasible approach i don't know for sure the secret to five years whether this breakup is the wrong things have shifted by the think you know you have morse code looks good for some people whether they're well north or with the words mean body but these other clubs have to build a brand that is quite critical if you can make it happen with one huge promise failed which given you a lot of what we see press coverage. than what you always very closely how measures the city's public image is it is
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a very old club with knowledge beyond the soul that it's perhaps a blending process that this club which has a name already known for years injected it's now with a new money coming all over the middle east is getting up to speed it will be a little iffy a contender for a while of a chimp it's going to read like you look at how different labs and other clubs which have a lot of money all of a sudden afraid of those they have to this kind of brand and i think that's an uphill battle and that's very critical to to accomplish. with a look at the huge country of russia and i think it will be a challenge to funnel the quarter specifically from europe in one place to the other and also between the games there are three four days they're staying over here or they're flying in and out so i would be very interested. the city the system or the program believe in the future how to do with the crowds and i don't
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know how this will how this will work because for me as a german look at russia i know most of us beautiful from petersburg but then when you're getting a little bit most of the distance between cities if that's for me something which is more or less aggression of infrastructure i think it through a lot of work but i'm convinced that most of the world probably felt the rachel from poland will support for all the world. views now in tennis rafa nadal is aiming to retain his japan open title and is taking on britain's andy murray in the final in tokyo this is the dullest first tournament since is the fate in the u.s. open final and the world number two is a set up again second season murray started taking the six games to three although murray is four one ahead in the second ameri had entered this tournament in good form having won the title and opened last week one in beijing's checksums goodish the jol free to song of the france and set up a final with marion chiles the crowd defeated ligatures straight sets in his salmon
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farm. and the women started in beijing will feature and repaired give each and. give each thing here pass remaining monica the cholesky sixty six love to make the final the fifth that the germans career but she'll have a job against advanced hole in form after her triumph at last week's and pacific open and she grazed past friday in at a sixty six four and last ball clash. now going twelve years without a win is quite a try but go for bernie baird has given himself a great chance of ending the long wait on the p.g.a. tour he'll take a shot lead going into the final round of the frys dot com open in california after hitting a seven under par sixty four on the third day the american has never tasted big screen three hundred forty seven tones and overtook paul casey at the top of the lead to go. the englishman that started his pronouncement ran with a two shot advantage but he's not tied in second place with any els while tiger
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woods back to back rounds in the sixty's for the first time since the start of the season but he's still nine shots off the late. and england's least lasley had the madrid masters by a couple of shots his three and a par sixty nine keeping him ahead of the strike is. on the rounds a godly number one and six shots back. and i've just got time to tell you that destroyed think in south africa and the quarter finals at the world cup eleven point nine the way it finished i'll have more details on next but it. it was a privilege to serve the public interest to inform and to entertain. these days there's nothing easier than opening up a new media outlet but there is nothing then revoking its license in case of
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