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by tomorrow nato will be out of posts gadhafi in libya but the regime that helped him to power is left with a nationwide gun problem the late colonel's arsenal was plundered during eight months of civil war and how those who were once united to defeat him are split over their agendas international observers say infighting is already happening between former rebels who are armed to the teeth artie's and he said ali reports now from libya. the war is over but the weapons are fully loaded. human rights watch has expressed grave concern about leftover arm in libya their number one fear warehouses thought to hold ground to air missiles which could in the wrong hands take down passenger aircraft it's through mates oh and nato allies in the region which these weapons have been flooding libya and also libya is quite a world country anyway the population has has quite a lot of light weapons in its possession and those light weapons are becoming
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a heavy burden on the national transitional council now relying on an army of former rebels for security we try to control the bends and we check if there is somebody has work and we ask him if he has a shoe in for this we are not. checkpoints have been set up across tripoli to check that those carrying weapons have proper documentation and those who do have the paperwork are being called on by the national transition committee to return their arms the question now what if they don't and what does that mean for parts gadhafi libya and its stability and now as you can see is being secured here everything is under control and the only word thing that you will make some mechanism how to give back the weapons but we see something very different i asked the head commander what the plan is to disarm the population. i swear i don't
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know if you. could let the select the internet as i said at the home we have some of the. tents. and a makeshift arms collection center that covers one neighborhood in the capital we are shown there. these are the weapons people brought to me today not many walk down one block in tripoli and you'll see twice as many fire. so you know how many weapons there are in libya i think just like have to have incentive yeah i think everybody have a weapon some think the front of arms in the country could spell disaster ahead in the vacuum after gadaffi imposed revolt chaos as groups fight out vicious battles of power. what you have now in libya is scores of armed factions who have no respect for each other and who have no respect for mates
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or actually either they've opportunistically used to achieve some aims and nato has been foolish enough to go along with this so i think what we're going to see now is an intensification of the civil war between increasingly the factions which have overthrown but the gadhafi regime. and he's now a r t tripoli. libya's national transitional council which was never elected is now in power well some of its members are ex gadhafi loyalists and many of us fighters have links to al qaeda middle east commentator call cheryl thinks libya started into a volatile country. people have way too much faith in the n t c which is quite obviously not in control of this generation on the ground in libya at the moment and in fact you can see the sentient between the entity command and some of the more islamist led groups on the ground and in fact if you see some of the fighters on the ground they have the characteristics of islamic fighters that had
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a long kind of history of from afghanistan onwards so this is all original identity has full control on the ground is not actually correct and i would say that the events that we are seeing them could be personal vendettas could be their normal run of wars but maybe another party in libya could of the presented their evolution of the aspirations of the villages imitation for change better that and done that entity that still has a lot of former gadhafi associates and cronies within it so that's really the nub of the problem. well colonel gadhafi may be dead and buried but for some western leaders there are some skeletons that probably won't stay in the closet the late dictator's most influential song signals self over to the war crimes court and could spill the beans on how liberal cash was supported to help local law sarkozy into power among others more than that and hour's time on our team. syria's president is warning western nations that intervening in his country will
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cause an earthquake that will tear the middle east but charlotte told britain's sunday telegraph newspaper that international involvement could turn his country into another afghanistan his comments follow the u.n. latest call for the repression is to end after a week and a clash was claimed a reported fifty five arab league's also weigh in and with strong criticism and would lead syrian officials later on sunday the u.n. that believes more than three thousand people have perished in the unrest since march but this is a serious writer and democracy can be an artificial kyllo things most people there don't want a military solution to the crisis reza something we're against military intervention whether it's a day tomorrow or in ten years' time even if the regime is to ny late every one of us would still be against military intervention we fight for freedom and we don't want to add external slavery to our domestic law we don't want it to become a part of the struggle between the international and internal forces syrians are
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peaceful they want to progress under conditions of freedom and development and they don't want to turn into a concentration camp a poly gone philology country. brian becker from the u.s. based antiwar coalition answer believes that unlike libya syria is too strong for the alliance to intervene and that's why the west wants to spark a civil war to bring about regime change. more using the same lingo the same scenario the syrian opposition is borrowing a page from the playbook for libya they know that they can come to power only with the advance with the support with the intervention to multiple means of the nato powers of the western powers and i think what we can tell the syrian people is look at what happened in libya the issue of a no fly zone sounds like a way to defend civilians it's really a way to begin the war to begin military operations against the syrian air force or
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air defenses i think the first step and this is the plan of the obama administration is not direct military intervention but to promote a civil war inside of syria i think they realize that the syrian government is substantially stronger militarily and within the arab world as compared to khadafi but they can use the human beings who have grievances valid or not to be the human materiel for a civil war and i think the u.s. government officials signaling the syrian opposition and the syrian president that they should learn the lesson of libya is a clear message begin the civil war they want to weaken syria first as a as a prelude to a more direct intervention for regime change. still to come this hour on our team another outbreak of violence in the middle east report on how a deadly exchange of fire between israel and gaza is overshadowed installed bounced protests at government spending. and the whistle is blown over
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the side this forces suspend operations as it struggles to five growing financial pressure. first score some demonstrators supporting the occupy wall street movement have been arrested across the u.s. overnight riot police in denver moved detaining activists who refused to leave their camp and earlier police used pepper spray to disperse the crowds while at least thirty people were arrested in the states of portland tennessee and california after police want to enforce curfews removing protesters belongings it was made sure threatening demas in new york after the city was hit by a seasonal snow blizzard however the activists say they're ready to and stab harsh weather conditions to make their point and as reports from washington the occupy protesters are serious and their determination. the peace nationwide movement
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that turned violent overnight in oakland. police attacked protesters with tear gas stun grenades. flash bombs and rubber bullets we had been there for weeks we had been taking care of ourselves there been no incidents with the police and they came in one of the most terrifying shows of force that i've ever seen in my entire life and they came in and they either flushed everyone out of the camp or the rest of them and then they began to systematically sample all of the tents cut them apart and just need people really really angry a former u.s. marine an iraqi war veteran was seriously injured by a tear gas canister that police fired. footage of the wounded veteran and police brutality spread quickly. the shock of it galvanizing the nation and the occupy movement across the country. google says the company received requests from local law enforcement agencies to remove youtube videos of police brutality they did not
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comply the stronger of forcible response five establishment the stronger the movement will get the larger the protest will become the protesters through these past six weeks of being careful not to taint the movements reputation with violence by a march most reports suggest that this movement has been almost entirely peaceful but some in the u.s. media use the night of violence you know clinton to portray the protesters as radicals and more violence from the occupiers a lot of these people are professional agitators a good number of these people are radicals no doubt about it you might ask how radical was this elderly woman in a wheelchair who was tear gassed by police or jasper father of two who's working on his ph d. at the university of california berkeley you know they characterize you know. the. perspective of the movement as the marginal and radical and fringe in order to
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discredit it this moment really is about all americans it's not just about people that have a story we've been poor this is about now it's to the middle class that is starting to feel the impact of corporate greed that has run this country for so long as the movement grows bigger and more structured it's becoming harder to ignore the message of the campaigners who call themselves the ninety nine percent and protest against corporate crime and government complicity protesters tends marshner and throughout the country there will be more the movement is only expanding several weeks ago police crackdown on protesters with pepper spray this week it was tear gas and stun grenades protesters now want to hit big business where it hurts a general strike next week demanding banks and corporations shut down. for a day but will the police response be anyone more brutal crackdown i'm going to check our reporting for washing our teeth. over keeping a close eye on the protests that are hitting the united states from coast to coast
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just ahead on live from more of our coverage. of the. marching in harmony head for all. the challenges which the occupy protesters are using to rouse the rallies across. the news today violence flared up. these are the images the world has been seeing from the streets of canada. trying to corporations rule the day. palestinian militants in gaza are calling for
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a cease fire with israel as an exchange of deadly far between the two sides has continued into a second day israeli air strikes have killed at least nine people they came in response to rocket attacks to the south of the country that left one person dead and earlier brokered a cease fire that now appears to have faltered is the worst escalation of violence between israel and gaza in weeks the story dominates global headlines the mainstream media is overlooking a resumption of protests and government spending in tel aviv where thousands have taken to the streets party's policy or was there for the start of the road. the last demonstration back in september and early september a million people come to the streets in the pentagon i was satisfied with back turnout. and after that a lot of the protesters many of them are university students return to process and things had to take a little bit over an hour with me to talk about this is nicholas simmons who is one of the social protesters why are you back on the streets after
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a two month. knesset the parliament is returning from his recess we just hope that they'll reconsider their budgetary considerations the problem has been that the budgetary considerations have been about parties and politics they've been about leaving the tycoons he seemed to control everything we want the budgetary considerations to consider just the general good of the country here in israel it's very very important to realize we are not in economic recession our problem isn't that we don't have enough money our problem is that it's being mismanaged the government decisions about what to do with the money is bad but the lives that are . thirty when you hear the cries of people here and really they slogan is the people demand of social justice people here saying that the government can do what it wants to attract attention but they certainly will not give up on what they say are very legitimate demands. and coming up in a few minutes and israeli politician explains what's hampering
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a peace settlement between a tell of this and the palestinians. also ahead for you this hour the goods are on their way. our russian space module sets off from the baikonur cosmodrome in kazakhstan and carrying tons of vital supplies to the international space station. e.u. leaders managed to strike a last minute deal on the eurozone debt crisis on thursday to try to save greece and avoid further collapse the banks have a bitter pill to swallow they ended up agreeing to write off fifty percent of what greece owes them after euro zone leaders decided to have the country's private sector debt to one hundred billion euros europe's emergency pot of cash will also swell to want trillion euros after the summit in brussels french president nicolas sarkozy said allowing greece to join the euro was quote a mistake had got over it felt too rushed to have belgium's leading business
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magazines believes it's only a sticking plaster solution and greece needs agitating from the euro zone. it's just buying time this is really not the everybody has been asking for i would describe it as a water pistol is of course prevents for the moment that we really get to a kind of thing escalation of the greek adept level which is now growing in the direction of hundred and eighty percent of g.d.p. but you cannot call this a structural resolution to the different greek problems they are a little bit afraid to really bite the bullet here because if you look at it closely there is only one solution for greece and the truth has been put on the table already several months ago that for greece to leave the euro zone but that is a decision everybody's afraid of and what has for example not been discussed now but which is fairly much on the minds of several of the european leaders is that
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there is a huge problem brewing in portugal because this country is going down to greet the greek growth quite rapidly now so if one does the action today on greece one immediately has to put a similar kind of action into operation with respect the board to go. well the e.u. may have agreed how big the bailout basket should be but now it has to fill it with cash and to do with leaders are looking to china and set the fund chief there to generate a bit of economic enthusiasm but beijing's hardly jumping at the chance economists there believe china is treading carefully so it doesn't throw good money after bad . we'll draw in the back of all the savior is bob china will not be a white knight in this regard because china is not very satisfied satisfied with the. those that the austerity plan didn't come on the right time and there are still the war between different stakeholders within within this form not.
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on the other hand the in the size of the slow pacing of their members particularly those leading members in solving those issues so that really saves several taj a number of people in terms of their patients to come up to the rescue plan well in a few minutes report from the most anticipated cultural event in the russian capital in the years. the bolshoi back if they've made music theatre in lovers had been waiting for as moscow's a landmark theatre unveiled its first book in sixty years after the massacre. now live russian a cargo space ship is on its way to be international space station delivering tons of supplies for the orbiting crew. so is rockets the progress mogul from the baikonur cosmodrome in kazakhstan just
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a few hours ago well it should reach the eye assess in three days delivering food and fuel and other supplies for the three astronauts who are currently there are russian and american and the japanese there's only half the normal crew there right now after a similar supply module crashed after blastoff in august temporarily suspending flights since the end of nasa shuttle program in july this is the only transportation to the space station. get the back story on this so use missions as the space station's only lifeline at r.t.e. dot com and more there for you to discover as well on this area fifty years ago the soviet set off the most powerful explosion in human history flexing its nuclear muscles with a device it was never going to put to real use had to be a rest so previous section or for more. also the pyramid returns russia's most notorious for national policy skiing that robbed millions of their
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life savings in the ninety's is back this time in ukraine and it's getting surprising number of investors all the details and the small print around r t v dot com. the whistle blowing web site wiki leaks temporarily suspended publications on monday in order to raise funds and we're going to zation has been under heavy financial pressure after a boycott by finance giants such as the bank of america these are at it pay pal they stopped doing business with the site to after a long trail of secret u.s. diplomatic cables were made public the founder of the web site julian assange claimed the freeze was illegal and. promise to take the matter to court the president of the british national union of journalists donica de long says hitting
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out of wiki leaks will not deter others from publishing sensitive material online. these acts have been taken outside of any legal process side of any international political agreements yet they seem to have the ability to shut down a website that some governments find troubling. it's very unclear exactly what the motivations for the power behind them and it is it would steeply unsettling because there were of the very beginning of the situation questions about. tension members of the u.s. government had suggested or asked companies like amazon which was the first to take action against wiki leaks because they were hosting the size and what they may have been asked by individuals within the u.s. government so. obviously one of the issues is that there aren't really any rules regarding what companies can can or cannot do with their customers companies are generally entitled to reject customers if unfortunately wiki leaks was forced close down that we would see other sides seeking to do the same kind of thing and getting
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around the restrictions of wiki leaks face. voters in the central asian nation of kyrgyzstan are casting their ballots in the first presidential election since a bloody uprising toppled a former leader of last spring current interim leader goes out of via stepped out later this year to make way for the winner well out of the three main contenders the front runner is the country's former prime minister a wealthy businessman who promises to bring stability and prosperity to the nation the vote is seen as both a democratic milestone and a vital part of the country's dangerous north south divide in april last year at least ninety people were killed in the capital and the unrest that ousted but you have elected massive ethnic clashes in the south of the country that left more than four hundred people dead. and now more of today's world news and in pakistan six militants have been killed in a suspected drone attack by saudi officials say they think that u.s. aircraft fired missiles at a vehicle near the afghan border it happened in part of north waziristan which
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serves as a base for many it's all about al qaeda militants the u.s. has carried out many strikes in the area in recent years but officials never publicly acknowledged having a cia drone program in pakistan. presidential loyalists troops in yemen have reportedly shelled a petrol station killing at least four people mostly children dozens of others were injured in the attack north of the capital where local tribesmen now back. yemen's endured months of violence that's left more than seventeen hundred people dead and on the verge of civil war the un's pushing for president saleh to leave for the gulf states transition. to a stroll in prime minister has called for an end to the strikes which have seen all quantas wise grounded around the world the company says its planes will return to the skies if an emergency arbitration hearing ordered by government rules that the
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dust rule action must end. almost seventy thousand passengers have been affected among those stranded were seventeen a world leader who bit. of a legendary glamour of sars the ballet has made a big comeback to the heart of the russian capital as a ball for theater reopened this week after years of renovation. the exclusive grad relaunch event to find out whether the wait at the fortune spent was worth it. just remade from scratch it seems hard to pay for it are jews in reality over seven hundred million dollars of state money and six years of work to bring back and glory to russia. even the president side with. the. it's been a painstaking process going through this nightmare it was not only into theater
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company but also the government and the construction or it likes. site workers were the first to the theaters focus truck sang an ode to. a real truck driven onto the stage just showed the scale of renovation the theater underwent unesco has already taxed the works as unique the stage has doubled in size and not by growing wider the bolshoi has remained in its historic contours but by growing underground i think it's absolutely wise choice to try budapest within the old tools of the building and try to water as it without making it a modern building and modern looking it is definitely not kilo's of braided gold tons of crystal and hundreds of metres of silk woven by monks all setting the scene for some of the world's greatest beauties i think. there is nothing.
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at all right. here. is what is the word bolshoi associated with in the west of course they use this a ballet. this is a. this a chandelier. that credible standard. and of course this is a rush to see the stage with old soviet symbols now removed came the last president of the u.s.s.r. gorbachev bela legend maya p.c. at school as well as directives from the competition world class values including law scholar the vienna oprah and covent garden precious opening night tickets for the wealthy and well connected only were exclusively available for the president's office and for others copy to watch in the cheek autumn and the opening night show
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gala concert was displayed on giant t.v. screens. and as the curtain came down the cheers rabble from outside could be heard ringing inside be renovated restored. exiting the groucho art. i'll do stick around dimitris got the sports in around twenty minutes including the fierce tussle for the top in russian premier league football and i'll be back with an update shortly.
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the latest news and the week's top stories on our t.v. there is no farewell to arms in libya as nato pulls out the country's new leaders to tackle a heavily armed conflict to secure peace during the kernel could fail to prevent one of his sons from revealing all about western leaders shady dealings with the dictator. wall street protesters resisted police pressure despite the arrests of activists who refused to pack up their encampments or they're vowing to continue even though the weather gets them on seasonal there's a. fire between israel and gaza has left at least ten people dead. there and beat thousands returned to the streets to protest against government spending in favor of the military. lost the curtains up on russia's legendary hole of the finest. of the bolshoi theatre a real.


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