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godard his son reportedly tries to arrange a surrender to the international criminal court meaning western links to the old regime could get get to very topic areas. because sarkozy says greece is if you're a membership was a mistake it's a deal to bet that process is finalized all hopes now indonesia. they want us to give it and work for them to promote the message i can stoop to the . journalists in georgia saying they're being bullied by the government won't tolerate a criticism some saying it's become so bad they're seeking some other elsewhere. and store to its former glory russia's legendary bolshoi theatre reopens in full seats and she's learned after a massive overhaul. seven hundred million dollars after years of delays scandal and repairs a woman charges russia's crown jewel. is finally start to reopen tonight's. twelve
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noon here in moscow you're watching r.t.l. straight to our top story now the late colonel gadhafi son and key right hand man saif al islam has reportedly crossed the border from the libyan desert and jack is believes he's trying to negotiate a surrender and himself in the international criminal court if he does eventually stand trial he could spill some of the secrets of the regime's murky dealings with the same governments that helped top of his father. ivor bennett reports. son mark a deaf ear was a man too much secrets which will supposedly be buried with him i think that there were tremendous sighs of relief all over capitol so in western
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europe this is somebody who cut all sorts of deals with the french but also the great ish and the italians and to a certain extent the americans as well i think they did not want him put on trial for any greeks and i am not mislaid a spit surprised that he was captured alive if you very quickly ended up getting it look after his return from diplomatic exile was spectacular hugs handshakes and kisses from the heads of countries which denounced him but that he's now silenced by the suspicion around those who laid out the welcome mat is far from buried i don't feel as mortal his gritty existence with it but the. dealing with it was constant and. will go away obviously because that is also the situation was fishing who probably grew up near sharon acutely interests wish you were there
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and then british prime minister tony blair was instrumental in get effie's rehabilitation bringing him in from the cold in two thousand and seven for play didn't leave empty handed trade between flourished so did because the relationship it was six more secret meetings after clare left office his people denying they were about releasing the look at the palmer abdel baset on the grotty or britain would lose its lucrative levy in deals i regret myself enormously that gadhafi was put should he should have been said to the church for probable cause put on trial for starts the questions for all the terrible things he did and if it gabby should be the contemporary world leader for the previous regime salute is tough. we need to know. what he's done. 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
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a contract to get back the regime with over two million pounds to educate hundreds this 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 never shy in greeting good daffyd even letting him pitches tend to nearly say palace apparently bankrolling sarkozy's party to the presidency so says this man the one who could still tell all the cars you have ever had because you must give back the money he took from libya to finance his electoral campaign we funded and we have all the details and are ready to reveal everything had. signed a good happy son and key right hand man reportedly ready to surrender to the war crimes court site is going to have low information on now i think you are so you have there tony blair intervened formed to help him get his dodgy ph d. degree from the london school of economics when. he was plagiarized there's
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a lot of things that have gone on saif al gadhafi knows about so i could dampen 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 is keeping the western power players are going it are taking london. by libya's interim authorities will take on full responsibility for security in a country starting from next month that's after the u.n. security council voted to end the no fly zone alternators 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 with. indeed a new chapter is being opened. the libyan people will be able to take advantage of the new situation to build
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a new libya they desire. well the plan proposed by russia comes after colonel gadhafi was killed last week in his hometown of sirte which has been operating in the country since march take used a u.n. mandate its initial goal was to protect civilians and. strikes the end of the aerial campaign will mean more sponsibility leadership asked rebuilding a story the country where much of the civilian populations are. but knitting greece to the euro zone ten years ago it was a mistake to french president nicolas sarkozy says the country provided false focus when it was a down day in and spoke out of talks in brussels with you that is agreed a set of measures to deal with the greek debt those nations and can continue to say . we can't rise ation of european banks so they can cope with the losses expanding the beta to one trillion euros the us that's what i'm doing germany the biggest
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contributor to the bailout for protesters there spoke out against the plan which creates would it. actually pundits and kaiser report says it will be there euro zone even deeper trouble. it's 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 it in the next couple of months you're so if you're going to be able to say that we staved off the task if you for two months but if you were truly interested in solving this problem greeks would default one hundred percent on their fraudulent debt they would contain their
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sovereignty and banks would be forced to deal with the bad loans that they may laurie mollycoddling banks why are we giving them one set of laws and everyone else has a separate set of laws is because the i.m.f. and their banking friends have taken a position above the sovereignty by these coteries they're not all like that officials and yet there are dictating terms of these these people these countries you're guaranteeing pull financial catastrophe by letting the charlatans. these theories that everything doing that problem is going to increase the ability that's insane. to expand the bailout fund to a staggering one trillion euros the e.u. is hoping to attract investments from asia the head of europe's rescue fund has visited china to try and persuade beijing to contribute to saving the currency but it's you from the skolkovo institute for emerging market studies says the e.u. has no choice but to turn to asia for help we want to increase the size of the
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found that march so we have to seek outside help i think china will be involved in some degree up or the european market the nature export market of china fool of course china needs to worry about the possible default trying to need to make sure that. we lose money because of the turbulence in the in the european currency. still ahead for you this hour the world economy continues to spiral it is a great around the globe including major cities in the u.s. representatives are preparing for your last response the way that we try to put these crackdowns on the private. bus and on holy ground newly introduced islam classes in german schools are due to patients find out why they're contemplating conflict instead he tells just ahead. georgia
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likes to present an image as a fledgling democracy and a free and open society a persistent stories of state interference in the media changing that perception when journalists are being polluted by the authorities tom goldman is from one reporter who says the situation has become so bad seeking political asylum. recently those who make the news in georgia have been becoming the news john doe no natasha clearly 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. reality t.v. is a small station in the north of georgia john doe and his staff say it's mikhail saakashvili
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as government has 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 body of the family we have to work on difficult conditions as we cannot get any comment at all from officials when a government official gives a press conference reporters from other channels are allowed inside to do their job but still it are reporters are denied entry we are clearly being discriminated against. the georgian government strenuously denies the claims but others doubt his sincerity summer and john boehner attached release asylum requests a public that is stunned but he's deadly serious and says the gotten more thorough these are after him just because of what his channel say and took him 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
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a numerous others have left the country trio letty has need of the resources nor the audience to seriously compete with the 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. they want us to give it 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 going to trash billy and his fellow opposition media a mock funeral lamenting as they put it the death of georgian free media. talk about a party. and of course over at our website you can always find plenty more analysis interviews news and much more as a taste of what's to go cold right now clear in the chorus mood russian investigators say that the the. crimean officials the last songs finally also.
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the u.s. poster who first called for people around the world to set fire to the koran the ones to run for the presidency get the details on our website people. corporate occupy wall street is organizing a general strike next week responds to another rally with police brutality during a rally in oakland california an iraq war veteran was badly injured and police crackdown on thousands of activists well it seems to sink off enough i think system of protests that have been growing for the past five weeks but we now have all of these giant tents that have popped up across the park liberty plaza as i 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. especially nonviolent actions it has been sort of interesting to see how it's changed the nature of the protests
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here and 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 nonviolence 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 not a thousand protesters marched. across new york getting a little bit more aggressive police shaking barricades in some cases pulling netting the us 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 in 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 like that 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
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here is that something's going to happen so i guess wednesday the november second general strike would be a day to watch war 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 to look to see how that plays out. is following the developments over the occupy wall street protests on her twitter page and you can get a date system we can stop it's at least a couple. so this is so forced by police as not to solidarity protests springing up across the u.s. and radio show host david souter says these demonstrations will only get stronger if these crackdown continues in same vein. this is the way the establishment is responding to peaceful mass protests it is responding with police force but what i suspect will happen elsewhere like in places like oakland in places like new york is that the stronger of the forcible response five establishment the stronger the
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movement will get and the larger the protests will become to go 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 the base of power its legitimacy in the sense that most of the people in office who are 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 up those are his words so i think the reason you seem such a swift reaction is because those in power realize that it is asking problem to meddle taboo questions of the establishment does not want to ask. to germany now where the government's attempts to unite to different interest groups seem to be turning sour and she's saying it's none classes in schools was meant to help educate non muslims as are teens then bush reports the better system in different
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results. that is a typical german school but here this teacher is preaching hate christians who go to discos drink alcohol and have a boyfriend they perform evil deeds christians and jews says i believe in the qur'an before it destroys your faces germany started islam classes in schools with ortiz think the religion spreads peace you won't find. a phrase a sentence of koran which tells the deal builders you have to persecute. their members of other really when you. find them it then gets muslims admit because it's a fall from suv tensions so relations between zero officials and systemic gay communities are not so good should really is a code of conduct in arab states where punishments can include m p t and storming
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campaign as war muslim youths are trying to spread shari'a across europe they catch them they. class of people. with more rights than the nonbelievers and the nonbelievers can be treated like pigs and young was limited to say how. be higher then. 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 swap german laws for sure rio he says chop of hands store an adulterous and flawed homosexuals germany's policy of islam opposition 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 be producing
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a generator. of extremists who detest the worst m c immigrant parties or see a surge in popularity in frankfurt almost whole for the residents of florida the free vote getting elected with this message for muslims integrate all leave our country more and more young man but also young women. who were born in germany go to the extremists government puts women to heel conflict with germany three million muslims who to experts say the country splitting apart it's a pro and anti islam camps bushell r.t. frankfurt's but coming up in just a few minutes and historical unveiling goes well beyond also i think it's a reopened it was a huge excitement of here at this restoration. russia's
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intercontinental ballistic missile boulevard has been successfully test launch from submarine waters off the country's far east coast intissar can deliver ten warheads is eight thousand ounces designed to withstand a blast become the fundamental part of russia's hostile after successful launch in june to the side to put this out into mass production. nothing in brief but other world news this hour the first democratic elections in tunis years since the arab spring uprising moderate islamist party to power represents there's one ninety or one hundred seventeen seats in the country assembly. draft a new constitution permits and isn't overthrew longtime leader ben ali nine months ago start similar uprisings in neighboring countries but egypt and libya.
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the thirteen year old boy has been rescued from the date with a collapsed building days off of work and. rescue crews have been working around the clock to find survivors five hundred seventy people confirmed dead and two thousand injured many more missing and. bangkok residents are bracing themselves for a rise in floodwaters coming in next twenty four hours thousands of residents of which again before the city's defenses this is to be very careful see the shops flooding in thailand has claimed three hundred sixty lives since august it's also means of those were damaged goods that vision homes trees and storage sites. but it's taken six years during which time there have been plenty of delays drama and scandal but most of those historic bolshoi theater is finally reopening today after a spectacular overhaul parties entering the groucho over has had
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a first look ahead of the conjecturing before. the rugged gold curtain will raise for the first time in six years i've been let in very bolshoi theater revealing a restoration that ranks as the most meticulous and expansive in the theatres history and over seven hundred million dollars the restoration was directly supervised by the kremlin which sits nearby built in eighteen twenty five the theatre 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 saudi a times. restoration has been painstaking for many reasons the blinds were set and me so shortly upon the closing of the theater in two thousand and five shocked engineers found wide cracks running through the walls of the building and foundations wood used largely to dust actually the bolshoi theater could collapse at any moment the underside workers choked on the
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electrical wiring was holding it out 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 a criminal investigation for possible embezzlement saying the state had paid a contract or three times for the same work for a total of thirty one million dollars the president officially visit the newly reopened piedra 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 common garden pressures opening night tickets were available for the wealthy and well connected through the office of the president and others happy to watch oprah was long and with the cold the opening night gala concert will be shown on giant television screens and sold in front of the renovated restored bolshoi theater if
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they do the actual art. well sunny's justin a man found guilty of the murder of a football fan in moscow triggering massive on rest has been sentenced to twenty years behind bars and she really found presidential can so see. it will be read of last week of the commuters have landed in jail for twenty three years of last december this is new to an argument turned on it his murder sparked massive race riots when i wasn't scared and sometimes most and crashed. but it's time for business news now with kareen.
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hello and welcome to our business program the south thanks for joining me some progress appears to have been made on russia's efforts to join the world trade organization georgia the only country which is still opposes russia's access and has agreed to new proposals from swiss mediators. russia says it believes some time to consider its first proposal and your stop loss of all it from georgia back meanwhile outlines the benefits the country is likely to get out of joining. one of the key benefits rushes of social w. would be the ability to diversify its economy by exploiting more goods and services abroad better not oil specifically this would refer to structure such as steel such as fertilizers chemicals but would also probably with time refer to a. broader scope of sectors including our cultural goods including perhaps. some of the high tech products that russia could offer as part of its modernization but
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another aspect that i think will be very important is russia's capability out for wu accession to forge alliances trade alliances across the globe. it's time to look at the markets now oil is lower after the biggest weekly gain since february wearing out a sentiment or reports saying japanese industrial output fell in september honest expect a further decline in crude prices next week there are concerns about the recent debt resolution effort by the european leaders might provide limited relief brant brant is trading at over one hundred and eleven dollars per barrel. is that around ninety three and a half dollars per barrel now let's turn to asia will mark its rise for the second day japan's nikkei finished one point thirty nine percent at home kong's hang seng was gaining almost one point eight percent banks are demanding answers after the european measures were announced hong kong's heavyweights h.s.b.c. and bank of china climbed three and two have sat respectively car makers were
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gaining on along in japan along with other exporters present honda motor climb three percent to your motor. was up by two percent the european stock markets swing between small gains and losses up to the previous sessions rally traders a tight testing more corporate results bank shares extended this strong gains from the previous session with a pretty likely call it being popping by. growth around four percent and pirates now is look at raw serve where markets are in the black would be r t s up over two percent on the my six gaining one and a half percent that sort of was the strongest gain strongest closing level since september eighth now with take a look at some individual channels on the my xox this hour energy majors on the rise with wilson have been one and a half percent in banking stocks are also off with russia second lender. one point six percent in the black metal mine at m.k.
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is no exception the company has posted a two hundred eighty six million dollars net loss in the third quarter of the year that's according to russia's accounting standards. and russia's biggest silver monopole in metal has priced the chairs at the lower end of the initial range ahead of its london i.p.o. the price per share has been set out around forty dollars meaning the whole company would be valued at five and a half billion dollars the placement as part of poly metals efforts to get better outs as more investments. well that's all for now but i'll be back with more in about forty five minutes to stay with us for headline news coming up next.
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