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and around the clock this is our team welcome to the program the late colonel gadhafi son and key right hand man saif al islam has reportedly crossed the border from the libyan desert into new gerry it's believed that he's trying to negotiate a surrender to hand him self in to the international criminal court if he does eventually stand trial he could get spilled some of the secrets of the regime's murky dealings with the same governments that helped topple his father auntie's other bennett reports. to some market deaf people demand too much secrets which will supposedly he bury it with him and i think that there were tremendous sighs of relief all over capitals in western europe this is somebody who cut all sorts of deals with the french but also the british and the italians and to a certain extent the americans as well i think they did not want him put on trial for any reason and i am not misled is that surprised that he was captured alive if
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you very quickly ended up dead is that gadhafi returning from diplomatic saw was spectacular hugs handshakes and kisses from the heads of countries which denounced him gadhafi is now silenced but the suspicion around those who laid out the welcome mat op is far from buried i don't feel his close to his grave to see it but the shooter dealing with him is constant and it. will go away and persist because that this is also the situation was suspicious the proving cruel tricks that men are a romantic lead to a situation they could never see were true veterans then british prime minister tony blair was instrumental in get deaf mutes rehabilitation bringing him in from the cold in two thousand and seven that play didn't lead empty handed trade between flourished so did the cozy relationship there was six more secret meetings off the player left office his people denying they were about releasing the lucky boma
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abdel baset al mcgraw he or britain would lose its lucrative libyan deals i regret myself enormously that gadhafi was but should he should have been said to the international criminal court put all the trial and force to all its the questions for all the terrible things he did and if it davidge viva contemporary world leaders or previous regimes leaders tough. we. walked in with. some details of the murky dealings have already emerged claiming the reputation of one of britain's leading universities the london school of economics agreed a contract to begin acting regime worth over two million pounds to educate hundreds of its future civil servants the director was forced to resign and now the university of tripoli is demanding the money back french leader nicolas sarkozy was
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never shy in routine get daffy even letting him pitches tend to nearly safe palace apparently for bankrolling sarkozy's path to the presidency so says this man the one who could still tell all that because he had go ahead sarkozy must give back the money he took from libya to finance his electoral campaign we funded it and we have all the details and a ready to reveal and. saif al islam gadhafi son and key right hand man reportedly ready to surrender to the war crimes court saif is going to have learned from asia and now i think we're so used that tony blair intervened formed to help him get his dodgy ph d. degree from the london school of economics one. degree or apparently was plagiarized there's a lot of things that have gone on that so you knows about so i get that he's wanted to answer for his own actions in libya is drawn out battle for control but it's what he could reveal about the diplomatic deals with his father keeping the western
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power players sweating after bennett r.t. london. and libya's interim authorities will take on full responsibility for security in the country starting from next month as after the u.n. security council voted to end the no fly zone and halt netas campaign. but we expect the nato council to act in accordance with this decision of the security council of the united nations and to suspend its operation at midnight of october thirty one so we hope that indeed a new chapter is being opened in libya and the libyan people will be able to take advantage of the new situation to build a new libya they desire. well the plan proposed by russia comes off the coast gadhafi was killed last week and then his hometown of sirte nato which has been operating in the country since march accused of breaching the u.n. mandate its official goal was to protect civilians but many people died in the
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airstrikes the end of the aerial campaign will mean more responsibility to the british and. rebuilding restoring order. much of the civilian population is zero. zero zero zero zero zero zero zero zero. zero grease to the year is ten years ago was a mistake according to french president nicolas sarkozy who says the country provided false figures when it was allowed in he spoke of the talks in brussels where he would he does agree to a set of measures to deal with greek debt those measures included banks writing off fifty percent of greek debt. possible losses and expanding the bailout fund to one trillion euros to you it has been met with germany the biggest contributor to the bailout fund the test is there spoke out against the plan which creates it. mexico is a sense of the euro zone needing deeper trouble. it's
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a debt problem that they're going to cure by adding more debt that one trillion euros the president of the e.u. herman van rompuy has already said that they can leverage up to five trillion euros that will be and they whine and so they're trying to solve a debt problem with more debt you're guaranteeing economic collapse by adding more debt this is why this should should be stopped in the next couple of months you're going to be able to say that we staved off the task for two months but if you were truly interested in solving this problem greeks would default a hundred percent on their fraudulent debt they would contain their sovereignty and banks would be forced to deal with the bad loans that they may. mollycoddling banks why are we giving them one set of laws and everyone else has a separate set of laws it's because the i.m.f. and their bragging friends have taken a position above this far and see very these countries they're not all like that
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officials and if there are. terms to these these people these countries they're guaranteeing full overall financial catastrophe by letting these charlatans pose these theories that adding debt doing debt problem is going to increase stability that's insane. to expand the bailout fund to a staggering one trillion euros the e.u. is hoping to attract investment from asia the head of europe's rescue fund is no visiting china to try and persuade beijing to contribute to saving the currency. from the scope of the institute for market studies says the e.u. has no choice but to turn to asia for help they want to increase the size of the far left march so we have to seek help i think there will be in world some degree for the european market the major export market of chinese of course china needs to worry about the possible default china needs to make sure that it doesn't lose
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money because of the turbulence in the european currency. well the economy continues to spot heated debate around the world including major cities in the u.s. where protesters are preparing a peaceful yet or bust response to the wave of the hundred police crackdowns on the occupied with. us on the only route newly introduced islam classes in german schools are meant to build the visions not want to cultivate conflict instead of details just ahead. georgia likes to present an image as a fledgling democracy and a free and open society but persistent stories of state interference in the media changing that perception many journalists saying they're being bullied by the authorities told botan hears from one reporter he says the situation has become so bad that he's seeking political asylum. recently those who make the news in
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georgia have been becoming the news john doe nona touch the founder of an opposition t.v. station applied for french political asylum just days before nicolas sarkozy arrived on a visit but he was disappointed. i contacted the french embassy and i was sure my problem would be resolved quickly but i was mistaken they didn't make an appointment and i've had no news from them if they don't contact me in the near future i'm determined to go to other embassies. tria letty t.v. is a small station in the north of georgia john doe and his staff say it's mikhail saakashvili as government that's pushed him to apply for asylum he says they're putting pressure on him because of his channels criticism of policy and for showing the opposition views as well as those of the government or the he is them alone we have to work in difficult conditions as we cannot get any comments at all from officials
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when a government official gives a press conference reporters from other channels are allowed inside to do their job but your letter reporters are denied entry we are clearly being discriminated against and the georgian government strenuously denies the claims and others doubt his sincerity sunburn john doe no attash believes asylum request are published that he stunned but he's deadly serious consistent with jordan all four of these are after him just because of what he and his channel say and judging by the record in recent years he's not the only one in two thousand and nine the widow of former georgian president appealed to germany's angela merkel for asylum a numerous others have left the country korea letty has need of the resources nor the audience to seriously compete with a large pro-government channels but john doe's say's he's sure about the government's reasons. it's because we're in opposition. station they want us to
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give in and work for them to promote their message but i can't stoop to that. and this is the symbolism of the frustration felt by mr now attash villi and his fellow opposition media a mock funeral for the mentoring as they put it the death of georgian free media. tamati party. and on our website you can always find plenty more analysis interviews news and much more here's a taste of what's at r.t. dot com right now cleared over notorious murder actually investigated say that neither the name and in all kremlin officials in order to shoot the last disaster family also. the u.s. pastor who first called for people around the world to set fire to the qur'an wants to run for the presidency get the details on our website at r.t. dot com. a b. and c. corporate occupy wall street movement is organizing
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a general strike next week in response to another rally with police brutality during a rally in oakland california iraq war veteran was badly injured when police crackdown on thousands of activists well it's easy to see tough enough as the latest on the protests that have been growing for the past several weeks. but we now have all of these giant tents that have popped up across the park liberty plaza like to call it and that raises some interesting issues have spoken to at least three different protesters who now came out specifically because they were shocked to see this kind of level of crackdown in their own country before essentially nonviolent actions it has been sort of interesting to see how it's changed the nature of the protests here some of the organizers that have been here in new york from day one said that this sort of they do a lot of this nonviolent training where you know they ask people to stay calm and sort of make their get their message across without actually getting aggressive with the police and a lot of that they said went out the window last night where several hundred if not
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a thousand protesters marched across new york getting a little bit more aggressive police shaking barricades in some cases pulling netting the infamous are internetting out of the police hands and what many protesters said to me is that they were really surprised by the sort of mild unusually mild response by the police force here because remember this is the same police force that pepper sprayed women drove a scooter over a scooter over an attorney's leg and beat several protesters down the road here in the park is quite wary there isn't a mass sort of action plans along the line likes of what we saw with the brooklyn bridge rally or times square but they're doing a lot of sort of defensive training because again as i mentioned the general mood here is that something is going to happen so i guess wednesday the you know the november second general strike would be a day to watch for but a lot of focus also later in november november seventeenth and twenty eighth mass rallies are planned not just here in new york or across the country and the world
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so we'll have to see how that plays out. yes in the. form of the developments all of the occupy wall street protests on his twitter page they could use updates from . now the latest show for spike police has led to solidarity protests springing up across the us author and a radio show host david sirota says these demonstrations will only get stronger if the police crackdown continues in the same vein this is the way the establishment is responding to peaceful mass protests it is responding with police force and what i suspect will happen elsewhere like in places like oakland in places like new york is that the stronger of the forcible response by the establishment the stronger the movement will get the larger the protests will become to the larger question of why is the reaction been so intense i think it's because this movement is fundamentally challenging the political establishment
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a base of power its legitimacy in the sense that most of the people in office were deploying the police against these protesters are people who represent the wealthiest most powerful people in this country because it was our own governor going to go back to colorado where he said his biggest fear was that this is something that would catch on those are his words so i think the reason you've seen such a swift reaction is because those in power realize it is asking fundamental taboo questions that the establishment does not want to ask. germany the government's attempts to unite different just groups seem to be turning sour introducing islam classes in schools was meant to help educate long was thems as a teesdale bushell reports the measure is bringing a very different result. a typical german school. teacher is preaching hate vice christians who go to discos drink alcohol and have a boyfriend they perform evolved christians and jews says alan i believe in the
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qur'an before it destroys your faces germany started islam classes in schools think the religion spreads peace you won't find. a phrase a sentence of koran. to persecute. members of other religions when you. find them hit them yes muslims admit the close is a fall from suv tensions so relations between zero officials and. communities are not so good should really is a code of conduct in arab states where punishments can include i'm pretty sure and stoning campaigners war muslim youths are trying to spread shari'a across europe they teach them that they. people. have more rights than the
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nonbelievers and the nonbelievers can be treated like picks and young muslim say how law be higher then law that is not possible therefore we must install the sharia everywhere followers like perino the christian parents he's converted to islam every muslim here must want german laws for sure real he says and chop of hands stone adulterers and flawed homosexuals germany's policy of islam. may not be going to plan muslim students are leaving europe schools radicalized by their lessons this move by authorities is well meaning but it may instead be producing a generation. of extremists who detest the worst anti immigrant parties are seeing a surge in popularity in frankfurt almost whole for the residents of four of the free voters group is getting elected with this message from muslims integrate all
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leave our country more and more young man but also young women. which were born who were born in germany go to the extremists government efforts were made to heal conflict with germany's three million muslims but the experts say the country splitting apart it's a pro and anti islam camps the new bushell r.t. frankfurt's. coming up in just a few minutes on historic unveiling moscow's world renowned also theater opens its doors and a huge excitement at eight years of lavish restoration. russia's intercontinental ballistic missile. has been successfully test launch from a submarine in waters off the country's far east coast. ten warheads as long as eight thousand kilometers and designed to withstand nuclear blasts become
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a fundamental part of russia's nuclear arsenal. a successful launch in june two decided to put the missile into mass production. after that brief other headlines from around the world this hour. the first democratic elections in tunisia since the arab spring uprising the moderate islamist party to power its perceptive one ninety off two hundred seventeen seats in the country's assembly which now has to draft a new constitution the coming weeks. overthrew longtime leader ben ali nine months ago a move that sparked similar uprisings in neighboring countries like egypt and libya . a thirteen year old boy has been rescued from under. debbie of a collapsed building days off the powerful earthquake struck eastern time rescue crews have been working around the clock to find survivors of the five hundred people have been confirmed dead end and a half thousand injured schools more left without shelter.
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bangkok arrest and so bracing themselves for rising floodwaters coming in the next twenty four hours thousands of residents are pitching in to fortify the city's defenses as local businesses do all they can to save their shops flooding intolerant has claimed three hundred sixty dollars since we're just it's also caused billions of dollars worth of damage was edging homes trees and historic sites. it's taken six years during which time there's been plenty of delays drama and scandal but most of those historic theater is finally reopening today after a spectacular the whole country which over the first look ahead of the glittering performance. the red and gold curtain will raise for the first time in six years at the legendary bolshoi theater revealing a restoration that ranks as the most meticulous and expensive in the theaters
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history at over seven hundred million dollars the restoration was directly a supervised by the kremlin which sits nearby built in eighteen twenty five the theater of was almost destroyed by fire thirty years later it was bombed by the germans during world war two and was a political gathering place in saudia times. restoration has been painstaking for many reasons the blinds were set and me shortly upon the closing of the theater in two thousand and five shocked and genius found wide cracks running through the walls of the building and foundations reduced largely to dust actually the bolshoi theater could collapse at any moment and the site workers joked only electrical wiring was holding it up until the office of the president took control of the project management it was a mad house with different departments issuing competing directives and working at cross purposes prosecutors opened
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a criminal investigation for possible embezzlement saying the state had paid a contractor three times for the same work for a total of thirty one million dollars. the first guests to officially visit the newly reopened phaedra on its first night will be the russian president german chancellor angela merkel and the hands of the law scholar theater the vienna state oprah and covent garden russia opening night tickets were available for the wealthy and well connected will be office of the president and for others happy to watch oprah was long and in the cold the opening night gala concert will be shown on giant television screens installed in pronto of the run of a to restored bolshoi theater exceeding the great show of our t.v. . news that the few minutes we discussed where the eurozone summits can achieve anything more than just calming the markets for these updates with korea.
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they're welcome to our business news this hour some progress appears to have been made on russia's efforts to join the world trade organization georgia the only country would still opposes russia's accession has agreed to new proposals from swiss mediators in the negotiations or says it will need some time to consider the source proposals and u.s. law first of all it from god's bank outlines the benefits the country is likely to get after joining the world trade organization. one of the key benefits of russia's accession to w would be the ability to diversify its economy by exploiting more goods and services abroad better known oil specifically this would refer to sectors such as steel such as fertilizers chemicals but would also probably with time refer to a. broader scope of sectors including agricultural goods including perhaps. some of the high tech products that russia could offer as part of its modernization
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drive but another aspect that i think will be very important is russia's capability after w two accession to forge alliances trade alliances across the globe. to look at the market's performance as oil is lower after the biggest weekly gain since february weighing on the sentiments are reports saying japanese industrial output fell in september i must expect a further decline include prices next week there are concerns the recent debt resolution effort by the european leaders might provide limited relief brant blend is trading had over one hundred eleven dollars per barrel while as it around one thousand three dollars per barrel. now it's turned to asia where markets wise for the second day japan's nikkei is up one point three percent in the hong kong's hang seng is down one is up one point seven percent this hour banks on the main advancers after the european measures were announced hong kong heavyweight h.s.b.c. climbed three percent bank of china rose two and
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a half percent carmakers were gaining in japan along with other exporters shares of honda motor climbed over three percent and to your motor improved like to see. and hear a figures from europe where markets opened higher friday we see that puts you on the dax are both trading in the blackest hour and here in russia markets are in the black as well as the third day of gains for russian stocks that are heading for their strongest. closing levels since september eighth now let's take a look at some individual shamrocks on the x. this hour energy majors makes to look was getting wrong point two percent just a notch in the red and metal mind m.k. is also down the company has reached fifty five million dollars in the first nine months of the year but that's according to russian accounting standards. and russia's biggest silver mine appalling metal has priced it shares at the lower end of the initial range to head over to london i.p.o.
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the price per share has been set at forty dollars meaning the whole company will be valued and five and a half billion dollars the placement is part of the metals effort to get better access to foreign investors. the world's disney's to become the largest foreign investor in the russian media market the company has agreed to buy a forty nine percent stake in the country's free to air television channel seven t.v. the deal is worth around three hundred million dollars seventy will be rebranded as the disney channel which will be able to reach seventy five percent of russia's audience say the us media conglomerate will now have the infrastructure to build a national t.v. network and russia disney has long been hoping to cash in russian t.v. market early wanted to buy the country's holding media one which controls thirty regional t.v. stations however the deal was blocked by russia. for this hour but don't forget i was back in less than one hour with more business news here in our watch.
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just so. pleased.
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to. see. that time for a look now at the main stories we've been covering for you this. is a song reportedly agrees. with the international criminal court in exchange for his
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safety for some leaders in the west that means there are links to the old regime could get getting very public airing. the french president says allowing greece into the e.u. it was a mistake to new leaders hundred ounce of deal to stave off the debt crisis threatening to engulf the entire eurozone all hopes and. china to help. theater reopens in its precinct. on friday. a massive renovation with. allegations of corruption. crosstalk. asks his guests whether the agreement reached by even leaders is enough to save the euro.


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