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in touch with the who tell me tonight you're a real bitch and a good girl how would international floods achieve every green laurels are killed in town. poland is counting the votes off the problem in free election on sunday it is expected that prime minister's party is in line for the second power in a row join us for all the latest details. dozens hundreds injured in egypt as peaceful christian marchers against islamic radicalism and descend into the biggest clashes since the revolution which was to president mubarak. we explore the chances of the u.s. taking action against pakistan which is depicted by some as a terrorist safe haven with a nuclear arsenal and friends. and almost but not quite yet hunting for the big foot against the ground inside miri archie joins some experts
say they found evidence of the slippery snowman. and the russian markets are rising in early trading monday off to investors took the chance to buy into russian egg which is at the end of last week though analysts warn volatility will remain this week more in business in about twenty minutes. eleven am in moscow i match reza good to have you with us here on r t our top story poland's prime minister on track to become the first in a generation to be reelected exit polls from sunday's election show that center right party it's almost ten percent ahead of his main rival already served a full term which included efforts to warm relations with russia artie's correspondent alexei has more. from what we see so far there will be no surprises
as to who is going to win the election in poland b. exit poll results which were published straight after the polling stations were closed on sunday night suggested that prime minister been opposed to the civic platform will garner around forty percent of the votes with their main competitors the party of the twin brother of the fall of the late president kaczynski it also will garner around thirty percent with all the votes counted so far these results seem to be proving rather accurate this will not be the straight victory for don't know if you will still have to form a coalition with other parties in order for his party to have the second spell of power in a row but few aspects have any doubts that the prime minister would be able to form a coalition with several other parties and take a second spell at power in poland this in fact is could be approved to be a very historic move because since nine hundred eighty nine polls have been changing their government and the ruling party every single four years with every
election this it'll be the first time since one thousand nine hundred forty has been reelected and the same prime minister will stay power for another four years this is not a surprise to many experts as there have been many surveys in many polls suggesting that poles have been very happy with their government with the way poland handled the global recession and this is probably one of the main factors why the poles have been voting for the prime minister's party even despite that the voter turnout has been rather low for a traditionally politically active cauldron the era of power for the last four years have signified very much improving relations between poland and russia in particular after the tragic smolensk crash which killed most of the country's political elite along with the country's president many experts have been saying that the relations have been improving since then with lots of help coming from the russian side in the investigation. and many good comments coming from the
leadership in poland we are expecting that donald should he be confirmed as the country's prime minister for the second spell that we expect that he would not change his foreign policy maniacs that so be talking about that and the relations with russia will stay on the same level stay with us here on r.t. still to come europeans find that being protected from poverty is becoming an empty pledge financially hard pressed e.u. nathans targeting and basic social programs to balance their books but a good dampener on the block supposed a life together almost missed by twenty fifteen. nato forces have adopted libya's civil war but as r.t. years later troops are hitting civilians instead of moving towards because you're moving the country towards peace we get some expert insight in a few minutes. but first egypt's military rulers have imposed an overnight curfew on cairo's tahrir square and other parts of the capital this follows of violent eruption between coptic christians and security forces that left at least twenty
four dead what started as a peaceful rally calling for justice but were attacks on churches and radicalism and turned into the most violent episodes since february revolution military vehicles clearly seen charging through the crowds and plowing into people while the army infantry fired rubber bullets and tear gas witnesses say escalation was sparked by unconnected troublemakers state owned media blames christian protesters for instigating the violence international relations expert mark allman says the unrest shows egypt's secular status is under threat. the development to this situation is becoming very well known and it's a lawman because of the religious tradition but it also has a well known. selection. can late last few weeks and the scenes of violence between. the pressure and. in cities like police and the. time when people were going really didn't get much
attention then when the revolution pain when it seemed at least in the center of cairo to be peaceful. people who will be. in the room. with the local christian community and it's a routine questions is simple if you. are going to do from being the secular. to being in this intimate conclusion maybe will be many more people who. if there are significant groups campus and civil commission questions were many second rejections when you called and said would find themselves probably could be much less free will they have. such an islamic group and it. documents the timeline of how the revolutionary joy in egypt turned into disillusionment and suspicion that's on our web site r.t. dot com you'll find for several ports on what became the main stumbling block to egypt's democracy and why tahrir square remains a key battle site. and the american heart of inspired by the arab spring the ente
greed wall street campaigners refuse to leave their camps and gaining traction across the u.s. and sparking debate of whether they are actually going to change. europe social worker programs which have been the e.u.'s pride and joy for decades faced the axe as the economic crunch bites deeper among our poverty safety nets that provide food and care for those living on the streets or struggling to make ends meet but argues daniel bushell reports in france there's always a catch to cutting back. the new motion in the european parliament claims that homelessness can be ended in the e.u. boy twenty fifteen but those on the front line helping people living on the streets say this is fantasy with the numbers without
a roof over their heads room with the e.u. itself about to stop a scheme providing free meals things are expected to get even worse. on the european union's ending its food aid program which feeds millions every year yet more people than ever a coming through our doors. protesters are angry that spending cuts target the poor but they're also furious saying they're being lied to me with elections next april the sarkozy of ministration claims poverty on his watch has dropped below fourteen percent charities on the ground see the real people's higher and roy's inforced claiming that one in seven french people now live below the poverty line with state will steer it to moves being blamed for this soup kitchen else like paris social workers say they've shocked by how many now call this their meal the most common reason given is government cuts
to social spending the income below which people are defined officially is living in poverty in france is just under a thousand euros a month the state safety nets well below that meaning many are desperate five hundred euros a month is what i now get from the government to most of them had not enough to eat cash strapped e.u. governments elsewhere across the e.u. are under pressure to get more people off benefits if they don't search for a job or not enough so we can close it and make an end on the. unemployment period with job seekers being squeezed out of social security the face of europe's homeless is getting even younger although. we've got many young able bodied people coming to us for. the first time with the end of e.u. funding we just can't feed them anymore. because of. paul's not good economics the process of treating the crude problems with the streets thought it was
a boycotts of the benefits system certainly support people who are very poor and cannot avoid. france is for charities that would leave a humanitarian crisis as homeless numbers spiral out of control in their parallel world mean world e.u. chiefs congratulate themselves the homelessness is coming to an end don't you bush or. we're apart from so derian a few minutes and join a group that's hoping to bag a beast. thinks this chances are very high to me to get you over there when we cave in. or at least discover some traces of this creature so let's go there. for the world's most elusive creature with specialists who say they're closer than ever to grabbing him. but first with pakistan where i dasn't al qaeda suspects have been arrested after afghanistan demanded the u.s.
put more pressure on his lung a bad to battle terror but it's not enough to eliminate thoughts in the u.s. that pakistan's government may be sheltering terrorists so i'm going to washington or even ready to support action against is all about as. reports. the drums of war beating loud and clear washington calls pakistan a safe haven for terrorists we cannot hear the news coming across the border attacking our forces in. afghanistan and then disappearing into a safe. economy at work for one acts as a parable arm of pakistan's internal services intelligence agency pakistan is furious over the accusations calling them unsubstantiated and saying that washington came very close to losing a major ally in its war on terror if you talk about things i'm quite sure you know it has been said many terrorist organizations around the world which by which we
mean intelligence things over the last ten years pakistan has repeatedly compromised its own sovereignty to help the americans in their operations the u.s. while chasing down suspected terrorists has been bombing pakistan with drones on a regular basis the strikes have killed thousands of civilians youth of going to tax is not against our sovereignty it's also counterproductive and it's the people that we want to build as friends in this fight against terrorism after the latest threats from washington fearing an even tougher assault thousands of pakistanis angrily rallies to say i know is enough for these people the u.s. is a hostile power it's china that they see is a friend and the americans in this one instance have hand it over a major hearts and minds victory to the chinese in pakistan inspiring china officially notified washington that any attack on pakistan will be seen as an act of aggression against beijing the pakistani prime minister praised his country's
relations with china calling them quote higher than mountains deeper than oceans stronger than steel and sweeter than honey washington on the other hand seems to have mastered the art of alienating friends with pakistanis taking. america's accusations that they support terrorists as a way to shift the blame for the failure of u.s. policies on pakistan but the blame game may go up into full scale aggression the experts believe we need to elevate our response it will have a lot of bipartisan support on capitol hill u.s. lawmakers have already signaled that if there is the will for tough action against pakistan they'll support it and when washington says the words safe haven for terrorists that's what you expect tough action and if it does happen pakistan will be the new afghanistan but with china as their friend and nuclear bombs at hand sounds like a deadly combination for the united states i'm trying to check our reporting from washington i think. coming up in about fifteen minutes our t's crossed talk to
baden what's ahead for the u.s. and pakistan relationship. because american and pakistani interests are so different you know afghanistan and with regard to support for these terrorist groups we could see the move of american policy from alliance with pakistan which is a normal alliance or it's annoyance of which both sides lie to each other it's like a very bad marriage where both sides are unfaithful to the other two containment we could see america moving towards a continuing continue but i don't think that's going to happen i think it's most doctors don't need to understand they need a miracle a very good relationship with we culturally politically there's no imperial ambitions there are we trying to get out we're trying to punish the people who attacked the united states we've done some most of that and there's a lot of arguing for getting out very quickly certainly obama and much of the right ministry you know the republicans want to get out of office or very quickly jake if you want to jump in there. steven the government's been killing people for more than ten years how many terrorists do you have to kill before you finally say
enough's enough the government there been no constraints on the number of people that have been able to be killed ten years of this no constraints drone attacks assassinations bombings killing of wedding parties it's. some point isn't it time to say. bigfoot has gone by many names in the subject of many stories but actually setting eyes on one has proved more than that it was given up though a team of specialists zoned in on the creatures where abouts in russia and ocean reports from. the yeti also known as big food. court has been exciting scientists and enthusiasts from all over the world for more than a century but explorers have never had enough evidence to determine that this apparently gigantic creature it's more than just a big legend these beautiful mountains forests in russia siberia i remember
a few places on earth thought to be roamed by yeltsin's and this is where the scientists from around the globe have come for the largest expansion of its kind since the nineteenth fifties to sort out what's never been done before to finally catch the creature. but first we go to a blessing from this land indigenous inhabitants and to list their spiritual support. shaman doesn't have any doubts i'm not shocking to tell you about it but yes he thinks it is. encouraged we continue our journey the path goes through impassable tiger thicket and never has a human stepped from here before as perhaps an altogether larger and harriet
creature has in the hunt for the evidence every minor detail becomes important ranches to mr blakeley is believed to be a key clue to the others existence the scientists say it could not have been done by animals as they don't have hair and or fingers to do and humans cannot do it this way either just not strong enough the deeper we go into the forest the more so cold markers we come across two cards in the middle of the birds in tiger forest are also high interest the disappearance of the expedition are saying it's not just winter for the trees the branches have been put in this way deliberately by someone and other stroke of luck i meet a local who says he saw a tall man like harry creature nearby he points the way theory to make a journey with us. it's a snowman the monster of many saw signs of its presence as if it wants us to know
it exists but it doesn't want them. but they expect ition must go on thanks for saying chances are very high to repeat it over there in the cave a mess or shelter or at least discover some traces of this crater so let's go there . if the snowman or at least new signs of its existence i discovered common knowledge in the study of these creatures could deliver a blow to the many skeptics and sure enough the clues emerge there is what seems to be. told here that even if you just ignore the pretty certainly not a bad the scientists agree while remaining cautious of jumping to conclusions this is beautiful surface for which we're tracking and there's only one interesting one you uncertain here you must be right there. and all right. bigfoot
playing hopscotch sure would like to see a left foot that's the left one has never been discovered and celebrations are put on hold these are the real thing or they're convenient crops to make a very good story but i wouldn't be quick to determine which of those two alternatives is the truth without further. study that will take a while could provide cost i run proof of the yet is existence but there are plenty here who want to be held in their breath. even if i remember snowmen dead or alive x. will say that's a pathology or a mutation or it was a case in the usa it is covered a stranger by the old covered with fur a military helicopter flew took it and we never heard about it since then i think this could be explained by an impotent including financial impotence of the epidemic science then bush is expected to have those involved go in in circles
and so it seems that until concrete evidence is found the discovery of big food remains a big feed and ration option r.t. reporting from siberia. turning now to some other stories making headlines across the globe marine crews are pumping oil from a leaking container ship stranded off these ilands north island shore about thirty tons of crude have already spilled into the sea after the vessel hit a reef worsening weather is hampering hampering and disrupting the operation it's feared the ship could break and cause an environmental disaster. severe flooding has killed more than two hundred fifty people in thailand heavy downpours and overflowing rivers cause hospital evacuations and led to ancient buddhist temples being swan the government is installing four hundred water pumps along the rivers in the capital also digging canals on the city's outskirts about eight million people have been affected by the floods and mudslides in thailand says the ally.
colonel gadhafi is home town is close to falling under control of libya's interim government forces but the national transitional council says it will only declare the country's liberation once the city of sirte is captured heavy civilian casualties being reported thousands of people trying to escape the bloodshed cafe escobar from the age of ties and says the media's attention on the battle means it may be ignoring the high human parts. the only coverage that you see in western mainstream media corporate media is about the advances of this so-called true revolutionary forces this is not a revolution this is a civil war which was taught to buy to nato powers in the us so in terms of its decision population six is a seat agree that there are more than a hundred thousand different incidents and if ten thousand level twenty thousand there still most of the civilian population still there who were bombed by navalny the woman at least half of the city including what they said was kept offering
solutions all across town this is the cluster vol the gulf are two people responsibility to protect weak shwartz theoretically the reason for nato is for humanitarian intervention to libya so if the good guys are being attacked by to the official forces are to be a plus but if the bad guys are ensconced and seriously for instance are to be does not apply so in terms of people receive this beats anything else in the market. next that's where he'll yes stay with us here on r.t. . oh and a very warm welcome to the business program for cars to cash up to seventy nine million dollars may disappear from people's plastic and russia began to be here but has this account. in the first half of this year russian banks have lost seventy percent more money from illegal credit and debit card operations in the same period
last year and this number is actually very alarming considering that the overall number of operations has increased by just thirty seven percent pro-choice of already stolen over a billion rubles for private bank accounts and the forecast is to one point four billion more before the end of the year experts say most people here fall victim of skimming a method used by criminals to capture data from my mother next stripe on the back of a plastic card russian legislation lax measures due back to before i do start a crime the maximum punishment for scammers here is two years in prison although often they manage to get away industry experts point out another reason and that is the bank's attempts to save up on transaction safety special keyboard protectors can cost up to fifty dollars per a.t.m. this indeed could make operating a.t.m. chains more expensive the banks very soon might have to reconsider their safety policy as with every saw six hundred ninety dollars per cash machine for a year for the damage to suffer from stimming might soon exceed the cost of additional safety measures. that's
a look at the markets now oil prices are heading up on optimism that demand why the world's largest consumer would hold off the economic data from the u.s. late fears over a new recession wants which is trading at eighty three dollars a barrel while branches holding up one hundred five dollars per barrel. and in asia japanese markets are closed for a public holiday while hong kong and sun isn't the right resul stocks i'm on the worst performers there as investors concerns of a pro person europe's debt solutions spot fears will be lower demand chinese oil majors to no pikers down just under five percent while the only meaning corporation of china is seven percent in the red. the russian markets are slightly different from early morning fees the minus six is down point four percent while the r.t.s. is flat to negative. let's have a look at some individual share moves in the mice it's all measures are down
supported by crude oil look oil is a third of the sands in the fly across telecom is on the rise any two and a half percent the some of the company is close to by moscow internet provider forty four thirty seven million dollars and receives seven continents as harvard sets up its parent company x five has to synthetic with revenues by thirty two percent. investors took the chance to buy into russia which is last week despite the e.u. is debt was continuing to cost a dark shadow but it's not a risk and i've seen much also as people should start to look to other fundamental stories for investment. keep track or for the stories which are more fundamental you many of economic situations like for example people usually frugal we should have seen on a couple of weeks which are be differential for exporters or goes companies for example for some of the middle companies. who have dollar sales and will cost you can also pay attention to companies with more force in the pipeline more projects
with more foreseeable pipeline of cash approved company like one song was so important government will come for its own. transport and business model is a business model which would be there anywhere since the forms of crisis or anything else will happen and you will be pretty much too close to the consensus of the professional investors you more listen to. one of russia's leading wireless internet providers you know china is such a good self ambitious targets already known for its innovative approach to offering new services it hopes to become one of the world's largest for cheap provide us business archies michael prop asked the company's c.e.o. about you know just listing plants. right now we don't have this idea at all so we don't want to have to go to you right now and the reason for the chorus we are still with the very hyper growth. we don't think that it's right time right now to go to i.p.o. could you tell us how difficult or easy is it doing business in russia russia as
a country for what you just. we're going to give up all of that of course we started our business in the me two thousand and seven and nobody believed that it's possible and the market everybody was talking that it's like it's not meaning. like you. do to retrieve which we do i mean now we are but a successful company i think that russian market is great that's all we have time for not more stories log onto our website archly dot com slash business. at the. enemy to.
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