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yes it's thought colonel gadhafi most influential son aside fall islam has fled tonight here and is looking to hand himself over to the war crimes court prosecutors say they're in talks to bring him in but what's keeping western leaders nervous is that saif could then spill the beans on the recent deals they've made with his father bennett explains. to some momo gadhafi was a man too much secrets which will supposedly be buried 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 you very quickly ended up dead return from diplomatic saul was spectacular hugs
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handshakes and kisses from the heads of countries which denounced him get effie's now silenced but the suspicion around those who laid out the welcome mat is far from buried gadhafi has close to his grave to see with but the shooter dealing with him is constant and it. would go way over seriously because that is also the situation was fishing the proving cruel trick sit near a romantic lead to a situation they could never see were through veterans then british prime minister tony blair was instrumental in get definite rehabilitation in bringing him in from the cold in two thousand and seven to play didn't leave 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 them locally boma abdel baset al mcgraw he or britain would lose its lucrative libyan deals i regret
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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 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 never shy in greeting good daffyd even letting him pitches tend to nearly safe palace apparently for bankrolling sarkozy's path to the presidency so says this man
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the one who could still tell you have never had 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 are ready to reveal everything. seinfeld islam gadhafi son and key right hand man reportedly ready to surrender to the war crimes court so you've is going to have low information on that i think was so huge 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 daffy'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 power players sweating after bennett r.t. london. on their toes agreed to ship out of libya by monday after the un decided to
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cancel the alliances that date russia's envoy to the world body says this should pave the way to an independent country. 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. alliance has been a bombing libya since march under a un resolution to protect civilians it carried out nearly ten thousand air strikes one of the last of which voice carrying colonel gadhafi allowed him to be captured and killed but the intervention doesn't end there qatar is now proposing to head international operations in libya once nato pulls out doha claims it's already deployed hundreds of troops on a support mission to the country that moves not the sanction by the u.s. which is yet to respond to protonix offer. and up ahead at this hour the freedom of selective speech we're in georgia where media feeds say speaking off means being
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hounded out to seek asylum by the government doesn't like what you say. the french president is gunning for greece saying letting the beleaguered country join the euro was quote a mistake speaking after the emergency brussels summit. greek membership of the currency club has pushed europe to the brink leaders decided on thursday to have agreed to private sector debt to one hundred billion euros after banks agreed to write off fifty percent of what their own european banks must also have a bigger cash while to guard against another crisis while the emergency bailout fund will be expanded to one trillion euros it means germany's got to dig deep again as the biggest contributor to the bailout fund adding fuel to protests there again creating yet more debt arches for national pundits max kaiser says it will only love the euro zone trouble. it's a debt problem that they're going to cure by adding more debt that one trillion
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euros the president of the e.u. . has already said that they can leverage up to five trillion euro that will be a one and so they're trying to solve the debt problem with more debt you're guaranteeing economic collapse by ending more debt this is why this should be. stop it in the next couple of months your so you're going to be able to say that we staved off catastrophe for two months but if you were truly interested in solving this problem greeks would default on a percent on the fraudulent debt they would contain their sovereignty and banks would be forced to deal with the bad loans that they may why we 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 of any of these countries they're not elected
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officials and if there are dictating terms to these these people these countries you're guaranteeing global financial catastrophe by letting the charlatans pose these theories that ending debt to a debt problem is good for increased ability that's insane that's tyrone a goal that's absurd and of not only that it's going to collapse it doesn't work on the europe's got to find the money hits first stop china the bailout fund trying to persuade beijing to help finance the huge year of rescue economists there see the e.u. having little choice but to turn to asia for help they want clean crisp the side of the phone next march so we have to seek out help i think china will be mobile some degree for the european market the major export the market of chinese of course china needs to worry about the possible default china needs to make sure that it doesn't lose money because of the turbulence in the.
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european currency. and coming up later in the program a report on russia's wealthiest ten most wanted woman and why interpol could be asked to track down the wife of the disgraced ex mayor of moscow. now it's taken to six years of refurbishment delays drama and scandal but moscow's legendary bolshoi theater is finally bouncing back into the limelight along. side as the red carpet unfolds ahead of tonight's show. the opening ceremony of course an exclusive event we can see the activity there behind you getting more exciting i suppose and of course every ticket should or should have been sold out a months ago how do the rest of us get to enjoy it. while you can already see the crowds gathering outside the front of the potion. very able to watch for the exclusive. pictures from inside the theater. people taken to
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the stage at the bolshoi in the course of its history that's playing out on the big screens people around the world are going to be able to watch it will cause life and each event of course is also able to be accessed by life with women so all web site is called we've got lots of exclusive insights and information on the bolshoi as well they were actually given a sneak preview of tonight's performance at the rehearsals yesterday simply stunning a load of big names in the world taking to the stage is i suppose. this is the first time in six years it's been a very low very expensive restoration but that's not going to have been wasn't the way the style of the taking to the very top at the moment head of the film is going to start at seven o'clock. and it's being attended by the russian president dmitri medvedev and a host of other big names from the well another one that's live just
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a day. from the direct to speak. to the people who say he's giving them a few directions and point is telling them to remember to smile i'm sure though they need to remind us tonight because everyone said versus bill's nice a spectacular performance that is it's really been a long time coming but what they have to look forward to tonight is a kind of production through the ages of the bolshoi and there's loads of fragments of various famous productions from the one nine hundred fifty eight percent equal performance treats more recent ones such as tchaikovsky's swan lake performed in the bolshoi in the ninety thousand and one of the couple surprises in store as well as also a tribute from some of the big names that have the form to the bolshoi we're hearing from some of them at the moment on the big screens that just saying exactly what the bolshoi meant to ben describing how taking to the stage at the ocean really it is like no other stage other than the bolshoi really is in the hearts of those not
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just the russian people but around the world as well it's a virgin ounds world renowned. his night people taking to the streets a very excited thinking to be a part of both sets to be a new phase in the boat show its history and as the opening got a night gets underway my colleague katrina has been taking a look at just what it is that makes the bolshoi such an institution. the red and gold curtain will raise for the first time in six years at the legendary bolshoi theatre preventing a restoration that ranks as the most meticulous and expensive in the theatres history at over seven hundred million dollars the restoration was directed 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 formed by the germans during world war two and was
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a political gathering place in soviet 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 were used largely to dust actually the bolshoi theatre could collapse at any moment and the site workers only electrical wiring was holding it up. indeed the building was in a conscious tropic state and the last season before closing the theater we would admit audiences through side entrances because we were afraid of the portugal collapsing plus we wouldn't let people sit in the balconies it's hard to do without the theater hadn't seen reconstruction in one hundred fifty years until the office of the president took control of the project management it was a madhouse with different departments 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. no expense was spared paramount was that the theater of be recreated according to their original vision of the stars so no detail was considered too expansive for challenging hundreds of spools would panels were imported all strung out to replace those ripped out by the bolsheviks silk decorations were also rebated from scratch in a special workshop in a moscow one of st and above all the original hammer and sickle was replaced with a valuable how to eagle we amble of the ramana venus to which pride of place of a bizarre xbox the first guests to officially visit the newly reopened theater 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.
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the russian revolution. the bolshoi is. looking more splendid than the. grand decorum czarist time this dancing the audience again after a six year week. long awaited resurrection of the bolshoi theatre. on the marquee. all you've got a front row seat for the bolshoi is gala opening who are streaming right now live at r.t.e. dot com well here's what else you can discover while you're there watch this amazing aladdin by the pilot of an iranian airliner one has jets front wheels deployed so the one hundred thirteen people on board. and the police messed with the wrong guy when they fired at this iraq war veteran
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marine at a wall street protest and now his military buddies are moving in joining the campaign. georgia works hard to maintain a positive image of a country that welcomes free speech and open minds but that's not the experience of local media there many of whom feel how their shoulder first saying quote the wrong things artie's time board reports. recently those who make the news in georgia have been becoming the news john doe nine a touch of the leader with 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
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problem would be resolved quickly but i was mistaken they didn't make an appointment and i 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 pressure in opposition views as well as those of the government one of the he is the most we have to work in difficult conditions as we cannot get any comments at all from officials when a government official gives a press conference to reporters from other channels are allowed inside to do their job but to lead to reporters are denied entry we are clearly being discriminated against and the georgian government strenuously denies the claims but others doubt his sincerity sunburn john doe no attash believes asylum request are published that
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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 give in and work for them to promote their message but i can't stoop to that. this is the symbolism of the frustration felt by mr billy and his fellow opposition media a mock funeral for the mentoring as they put it the death of georgian free media.
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a key suspect has now been charged in the murder case of russian journalists on up when it. was charged on friday with being one of the reporters killers investigators allege she was part of a group contracted to kill the journalist in july two thousand and six and was promised a reward for the murder suspect denies the charges of the murder was linked to her work as an investigative journalist she was shot in october two thousand and six outside her apartment block. russia's richest woman could soon be on the world's most wanted list but that it is the wife of disgraced moscow mayor. who was sacked last year and i she is wanted for questioning about how she got her billions and interpol could be brought in to fight her going off has the details. according to forbes in two thousand and ten you know about that in there was the world's third richest woman her estimated total wealth was around three billion u.s.
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dollars her former company in that goal to go on some of the most attractive construction projects in the city one billion about to this husband was moscow's mere impressive and attractive projects like this entirely new residential block in the city but it seems in now these days of glory are going to the past since both you know the market in the end getting the schools are wanted for questioning in connection with a very high profile investment case the story was. the bank of moscow received around half a billion euros dollars from the city's budget this was at the peak of the economic crisis and it gave a loan warthe over four hundred million euros dollars to a small unknown company shortly after this deal about the same amount of money appeared on you don't know about that in this personal bank account at the moment the couple is outside of russia and back to the field to show at the questioning
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sessions in february in march and in april and now authorities say that they may get interpol involved in the situation to get here in moscow for questioning yet about today's currently reported to be in london you do in austria they've been informing the authorities that they can't show at these questions sessions because of that through their representatives but to the authorities say this still doesn't make it legal but according to the latest reports from you people scoffs lawyer he is planning to attend questioning session on the fifteenth of november here in moscow. let's check elsewhere around the world now and we'll start in its new show where troubles erupted following the country's first democratic elections results troops fired into the air and used tear gas to disperse angry crowds after one party's winning candidates were disqualified they gathered in the town that sparked an uprising which then set off the chain of revolt across the arab world islamize
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party and thus secured forty one percent of parliamentary seats. while water is creeping closer to the center of bangkok with officials desperate for innovative ways to hold back the worst in decades the capital's already undergoing a mass evacuation of this weekend seasonal high tide as well as water heading down from the country's flood drenched plains to disastrous claimed over three hundred seventy lives since august and affected millions of others. syrian security forces have clash with anti-government activists leaving a four people reportedly dead people headed on to the streets after friday prayers again to demonstrate against president assad's regime syrian opposition figures are now calling for a protective no fly zone in the country the u.n. estimates the months of government crackdowns have killed three thousand people.
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of the rules on who can take the british throne or bowing to even rights will get the same succession lights as the men in the monarchy after changes were approved at a commonwealth summit in a stroller also agreed to lift a ban on heirs marrying catholics it will mean updated legislation dating back hundreds of years. i'll be back with a recap of today's headlines in a few minutes but first dmitri is here with all the latest in business. thanks to us earlier and welcome to business and see cracks are beginning to appear in the global equities rally sentiment was given a significant lived by this week's proposals from the leaders on combat saying euro zone debt crisis however as peter weston from mats on suggests the bullish attitude could prove to be short lived. given that a lot of clients are sitting on cash we could see a little bit of
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a continuation of this rally i think it's very weak in term terms foundation the sort of optimism that we've seen on the back of what happened in europe i think is very fragile because now what people will be doing is looking ahead and basically asking ourselves with other countries come knocking on the door for and this kind of help that's what example and then we're back to the same agenda again there are also as far as i understand a few issues regarding the facility increase that has not been decided yet so i don't think we completely out of the woods but for now that seems to be the sentiment and investors are voting with the money and this could maybe continue for a little bit but as i say it looks fragile to me. i think is a good idea to take a look at what is happening at the moment on the markets soil is lower it's paring its biggest weekly gain since march prices are dropping to two percent this hour after japanese factory production declined four percent in september and this expect crude to decline further next week brant right now is even below one hundred
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ten dollars per barrel light sweet still holding up at one thousand three fifth's. u.s. markets of open negative there correcting after a very bullish session on as they nevertheless the dow is still heading for the best monthly gain in the twenty fourth. european markets also down after the previous sessions strong rally banks have been showing strong performance in the morning but since reversed gains h.s.b.c. however remains in positive land on the dax chemical firm linda is gaining around two percent as it confirms its full year outlook. here in russia twenty minutes to go before the end of the year friday's session and of the week there for the r.t.s. is actually point one percent my sixth is shedding around half a percent this is one of the best weeks. in the last two years freight rates if we look at the individual share movements most energy mages are up after is up half
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a percent this out just make a film stand that is also on the rise the company's the sales rose by a third during the first nine months of the year and also russia's burbank is down this hour it's down around one percent the company's head says the bank would be ready for the privatization of seven point six percent of its shares if the share price reaches around one hundred rubles. and. russia's biggest silver mine a polymath so has priced those shares at the lower end of the initial range head of its london i.p.o. the price per share been set at around fourteen dollars meaning the whole company would be valued at five whole billion dollars the placement is part of twenty metals efforts to get better access to form. and russia's richest man was even nice and has won an auction to buy the country's biggest caldo railway operates a freight want these acquired the seventy five percent stake from russian railways were reports of four point two billion dollars the company currently controls
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around twenty three percent of the country's rail freight. right there so for now we will be back in around fifty five minutes trying to bring you an update of latest business news.
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top stories. this day in court international prosecutors say they're holding. a hate he's wanted for war crimes. join the euro was a mistake the french president doesn't hold back on his. cawley leaders signed off on another massive rescue deal. to. start with a bailout fund. to ask for help to save the euro. and the bolshoi is a back you're looking have live pictures now of what's going on in front of the bolshoi theater it's the day millions have been waiting for as moscow's allowed market theatre sets the stage for its first performance in six years that's after a massive refurbishment once again you're looking at la.


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