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entirely true if you tell me to let your group the fruits of the guru how would international. the cheese every green little chill into. the u.n. nuclear agency this sets a ron's ambitions as some media pounce on a mysterious scientist or mentor ford who is wrongly claimed as being a russian and alleged to have helped iran build up plots. picked out but carrying on the wall street demonstrators demand access to their headquarters after police swept out their new york base following two months of campaigning. as the money men move in to run italy and greece there's concern over whether the technocrats priority is pleasing the banks while the people face further hardship. and out of this world journey reaches its goal three new crew
members get a warm welcome from their cosmic colleagues at the international space station. two pm in moscow i'm at tresor good to have you with us here on r t our top story the u.n. nuclear watchdog is discussing iran after delivering its harshest report yet claiming to iran could be developing an atomic bomb it includes evidence from a foreign expert which western media wrongly claims to be a russian saying he's helping iran build a detonator so he's an isa now a reporter with anti around the sentiments at a high findings could see it following the iraq game plan. iran has long been a hot topic. is. the greatest threat that america in the world faces. at faced with
a nuclear iran but it's heated up since last week's report from the un's nuclear watchdog sparking fears iran was pursuing atomic weapons the i.a.e.a. says iran developed a high explosives initiation system a detonator with the help of a foreign expert questions that aren't expert is called it the mystery science who is the russian by some western media even though the i.a.e.a. report doesn't name him and he's not russian by ukrainian any here's how former weapons inspector david albright suffered in silence his nuclear credential on c.n.n. with weapons showed him how to build of a thin hemispherical shell with holes in it and where the detonation happens and you simultaneously set off explosive pellets in a series of holes in that of a move shell and those explosive pellet pellets in night the high explosive underneath and in a very spiritual way it compresses the core and then you get a nuclear explosion just not many and is a scientist but not
a nuclear specialist those who actually know danny and say this. he worked in a nuclear facility but not every person who does is a nucleus specialist he's actually trained to construct the airplanes to and it's not the i.a.e.a. that is question him now but journalists rodion one hundred the last all right accused of being leon powe who specialized in not only diamonds in iran working with the iranians to help them miniaturize their nuclear warhead so they can put it on top of one of their missiles so it can be fired her own right has that history of pointing fingers just as for iraq was invaded essentially in two thousand and two. in terms of the chemical and biological weapons iraq has those now how many how could they deliver them i mean these are big questions then backtrack to the l.a. times once known come to us. were discovered in iraq. if there are no
weapons of mass destruction i'll be mad as hell i certainly accepted the administration's claims on chemical and biological weapons i figured they were telling the truth and some us politicians think non-truths could be repeating the wrong i'm afraid what's going on right now is similar to the propaganda that we don't want to instill iraqi you know they didn't have. the weapons of mass destruction could be anough official reports implying otherwise in terms of the report there is limited information a lot of the reason it's limited is because it's most likely that iraq does not it is you know it is the case of iran does not have a nuclear weapons program out right there is no magic days of who could be called critics say the public especially in the us are about to be inundated with another flood of so-called expert analysis be aware of a dangerous mideast country that's presumably hiding secret nuclear weapons and may
require a military strike the difference this time in the wrong not iraq and he's now a artsy scout. and we'd like you to tell us how justified you think the nuclear allegations against iran really are so far just over a third of the vote so to see it as a western triggered campaign around a quarter think toronto really is building a bomb the same number think there's not yet enough evidence and just under a fifth are calling for iran to go nuclear well you're a voice to the debate but on our online poll at our tea dot com. you know some other stories we're covering on our team the birthplace of the occupy wall street movement in the u.s. has been cleared out a new york court has banned demonstrators from setting up camp at zuccotti park after their tents were forcibly removed by police activists mounted a legal challenge on the authorities decided they could only were to return it without their tents or sleeping bags or he's worried a port now has the details. the scene here is
a crowded park has literally been turned on its head and that's because all the occupy protesters and activists and supporters are standing on the outside of the park behind barricades and inside of the park if you take a look right over here occupying zuccotti park are police officers in riot gear police officers in regular uniforms and also a what is believed to be private security on behalf of the property owners of the supai mark up quite a stark difference from the past eight weeks that we've seen hundreds of occupy wall street up to this camps out there a pretty good community if you needed to get out the message about wealth inequality but of course that community watch shut down to say one am went off hundreds of police officers raided this area backing away that hundreds of activists are there were boards that police officers even use knives suitable for
the tents that people were sleeping and there were huge clashes between activists that persisted to keep the park and police officers forcing them out heard the reports and video of police using the times for spray maze against our activities that refused to leave ultimately everyone vacated about two hundred people were arrested but the property inside was destroyed and the full to the food and medical supplies new york city mayor michael bloomberg said the park needed to be evacuated temporarily for health concerns he was concerned that it was becoming up concert and so the park was cleaned out mayor michael bloomberg said that these activists could go back it but not with their sleeping bags stop their tents are making it much harder for them to withstand the cold temperatures in the coming weeks the occupy wall street movement a movement that and marking its two month anniversary on thursday. many people
believe that that is the reason why the advice eat not conducted sweeping read because this movement is gaining momentum but it did speak with some of the optimism taking part of the movement about working out a part of the brief that is what occurred as it stands still this campaign is not giving up it is maybe even inspired by the resistance that recently things and of course when it marks you month anniversary they say that the city can expect many more demonstrations about the work i was rooting for him or not i am arguing. it's been a turbulent couple of months for the occupy movement our case christopher is out takes a look at how it started and why it spread so quickly across the country. you could say it started with a whisper a call by canadian activist groups and busters that spread on facebook. this very spot wall street is the site of the meanest crime but before long that
whisper turned into rules. collective anger and wall street corruption a growing income inequality in america and at a system in which government policy is often dictated by corporate greed before long the crowds brought police. and police brought pepper spray. to story brought on more protesters a few days later seven hundred of them were arrested on the brooklyn bridge. instead of scaring people away scenes like this. outrage the masses and before long occupy movements multiplied from los angeles. to chicago. to boston.
and just about everywhere in between the mood grew darker as authorities threaten to clear the tent city at zuccotti park at the last minute they were allowed to remain to clean the park themselves. and could tie times square was next to the front scenes like this doesn't matter where. the government is. iraq war veteran shamar thomas finding what had become in his eyes widespread police brutality he appeared on our show a few days later there saying if you want to fight go to iraq or afghanistan what do you mean by this you know to hurt the citizens that you swear to protect you know this is kind of you know a contradiction to the opus you take and then there was occupy oakland here you see another veteran scott olsen standing peacefully. within moments he was hit in the head with a tear gas canister fracturing the school and left him after the condition what
a lot of which was shot a spotlight now shining bright on the role of police all the while the protests spread much to the dismay of authorities who over the weekend if they did encampments once again in oakland. and in portland. say louis to name a few and new york's zuccotti park the heart of the movement also clear for the first time since the movement began now many worry what's next for occupy d.c. so one of the first things they did here is to clear this part of the park protesters tell me they've moved their tents closer to one another they say they've condensed their efforts because they want to stay focused they want to stay organized if there's a chance that some of the protesters from the other occupations around the country could wind up here on k. street because this is one of the last places a very few clashes with police. in washington pristine friends now r t. still
ahead this hour is syria gets shut out who could be pulling the strings the arab league taking a tough stance on one of its own but we take a look at there may be outside influence on the decision to suspend syria plus. a man so you spacecraft safely delivers its latest crew to the international space station two russian cosmonauts and a u.s. astronaut greet their colleagues in orbit all the details coming up. during an i.v. europe now investor confidence in italy's running dry again as the new italian leader marial monti prepares to reveal his cabinet later on wednesday after getting support from italy's main political parties a day after a disastrous day of trading italian borrowing costs again breached the psychologically important seven percent level but bigger that was the point of no return for greece ireland and portugal but former commissioner mark now says he's sure rome can get back on track and cut its almost two trillion euros of debt
greece in the meantime is for greece in the meantime time is of the essence with the finance minister warning the e.u. rescue package needs rapid ratification to stop the country from going under but as our he's daniel bushels been reporting europeans are convinced the monetary maestros can pull it off. greece's new leader used to be voice president of the european central bank italy's new premier is also an expense and the voice of goldman sachs to so mario monti's first actions in charge prove his bid to help fellow going to north his people one thing one of the first things. we have to see financial stability of course will take care of the social problems predecessor problems we have a government led by a banker that he wasn't even elected in the first place and he's not going to seek reelection so he can do whatever he pleases without having to think he's just going
to go back to this previous post after katrina yes but the suits the e.u. says the institute for democracy in corporations john local and brussels has put into men who continue would. not support a public good way to reduce this is good. actually baucus the moment you suggested a referendum on the debt and under scrutiny actually it's a moment he said that italians should become whole or under the euro be useful to have insisted on elected officials taking charge in italy and greece off to those countries leaders questions the reforms being imposed on them but that's open brought those up to charges of being dictatorial and the democratic one politicians think this is a warning to all e.u. leaders who try to help their population oppose all spending cuts and you have to go well it can be done in italy. it can be done in greece it's only a matter of time. before it can be done anywhere else good financial analyst makes
because of things because of the very worst sort to put in charge at this time people say well the bankers know best what the bankers are the ones who have stolen all the money so are we going to give them more ability to steal more money and oppose more austerity measures that's insane but there are signs the e.u. . they have gone to war with anger boiling over it's there it's images the mold the book crosses seventy people have been injured in protests in italy will greet civil servants and teachers we tell to choose day open and pension because i think it's just gearing up for more violence that's a noble public demonstration on thursday in brussels the new push to forty. as the technocrat take over creeps through the year as only concern first son is that they could do more harm than the elected politicians later i am here explains why those taking charge seem to do more talking than sorting. every time they have
a summit in and they will proclaim that they found a solution a solution only last one or two weeks and then another crisis we have another summit that will now go in leaping from summit to summit the man in the street is worried the man in the street doesn't know where this is going to end and they're worried because of their savings and it is because of their current pensions difficulties and because of their jobs and so are the men in the streets has the real question which is that you are the elite the elite is not in charge and doesn't know where to go and there is not an easy solution but. the european leaders always thought that we are doing the right thing for the citizens and they have to be grateful and we can and should not be challenged and now it is challenged in the streets of greece and italy and at the ballot box in germany and in finland and this is the message i think the appeal it still has to understand.
for more on how europe could pick itself up stay tuned for the first hand thoughts of dutch hero and. that's coming your way in about ten minutes. syria's leadership is set to face an even greater isolation in the coming hours as the arab league meets to formally suspend the country's membership but masked says it will boycott the meeting the decision was made along with other sanctions last saturday it attempt to force the regime to end its violent crackdown on anti-government protests meanwhile syrian defectors have attacked a military base near the capital damascus using rockets and machine guns november already the bloodiest month since the uprising started in march at least one hundred forty people have died in the last three days nato nations and now arab gulf states are long basking the regime neighboring turkey says it will cut electricity supplies and stock joint oil exploration projects if president assad doesn't change course the u.n. nuclear watchdog is also adding pressure on syria for its corporate atomic work and
online journalist patrick hayes use as an extension of the west's will in the area but i think increasingly the arab league hardly represents the many ways over the middle east and people you know you have the arabia bahrain. you know how that is the done similar thing throughout the syrian government is doing now basically acting here is an extension of the international community and i think really in that sense they are effectively kind of pandering to with an interest because it really america is no longer feels they can signify the authority in the region in the same way that you see so you know hide behind groups like the arab league like the u.n. like the i.a.e.a. which we saw the other day. and iran at the moment you know that they're trying to take the plea to find to see. these kind of organizations i don't know if puppet groups but with the with the interests and anything any convention the u.n.
observers or anyone else you start mentally. to do a. serious situation regularly draws comparisons with what happened in libya which is still struggling to restore or store water and the latest armed tribal standoff at least thirteen people have been killed british peace campaigner some kind chimed in says peace won't come easily and what you. nato has influence is only as much as securing knocking out the german government securing the oil fields and that's it it's been a war on the cheap when libya is such a tribal society of over one hundred tribes and many more plans western style democracy being imposed on libya all the m.t.c. still going full steam or prosy is just not going to look there's a lot of blood feuds going on not least more of a good deal if you can sell it for one of the prominent leading members of his tribe so we'll be going to see is an increase in this into tribal warfare which has
a political content is not just in the tribal it represents forces which won't leave you to return to independents and the financial times called the resource nationalism office government and the n.p.c. factions who find it so there is a will who want to sell their country into the game reports on the ground that may through all still being called in by the rebels the right against the resistance and that's developing in libya so this is the situation not. the place and well libya tries to steer itself toward a recovery it does at least have one ace up its sleeve oil arjun got a report on why and how western companies are lining up for their state but it's likely that the u.k. will come out on top by the brits are being favored what's. called the end to loot the russian capital's former mayor answers some uncomfortable questions about a half billion dollars that went missing from the bank of moscow two years ago. you know some other stories making headlines across the globe a mass gathering of afghan elders is underway to talk about how much their country
should stay in trying with the u.s. the grand council will decide the level of washington's involvement once combat troops leave after twenty fourteen president karzai says he wants to restore national sovereignty immediately after the time he recently angry over american military actions that resulted in the civilian deaths he also said u.s. troops should end their night raids home searches and stop detaining afghan civilians. president obama has arrived in australia after twice canceling his as a last year because of problems back home part of the trip is to try and expand america's military presence there by stationing facilities holding joint training exercises and increasing access to bases atala say this would counterbalance china's strong influence in the pacific area. colombia's largest rebel group has chosen a new leader raj reader one gone no better known as collette shango he's accused of being behind some of the most notorious attacks and kidnapping raids previously and was killed two weeks ago in
a massive and operation. well it may be freezing cold in space but there was warm welcome at the international space station for the crew that's just arrived there safely the hatches between the soyuz capsule and the i s s opened a few hours ago ortiz peter alder rose botching the mission. you can see right now the full six months of the s.s. at the moment they're speaking with mission control they arrived well not a long time ago and just basically checking in with mission control stretching their legs you have to remember these guys have been trapped inside a tiny saudis module for the best part of just over two days but you have a look now at the moment when they entered into the international space station for the hatch opening and we should see. the cosmonauts appear the three men that have entered into the international space station have had a bit of a wait to get up there their mission was delayed by two months perth's they did
make up some of that time apparently they were nine minutes early when it came to talking with the space station so i'm torn. up let off easy for me to say i'm mentally ill edition and. all of the international space station safe and sound the reason that this mission was to made by two months was due to the crash of a soyuz rocket carrying a supply module to the international space station at the end of august now that so used rocket is a similar type of rocket that used for months space flight now they were going to take any risks when it came to if there was any technical problems with the soyuz they tested it they took it apart they put it back together they tried several unmanned missions they all went off without any kind of a problem so they decided to go ahead with the manned mission the so you have a twenty two rockets taking off on monday docking successfully with the international space station today all the crew on board safe and sound.
in a few minutes what was housewifery eurozone will ever be able to overcome its debt troubles but first a business i think with you'll you'll stay with us. can . thanks not heard to the program and the top story this hour ukraine and russia have agreed on a new price for natural gas according to a source in the ukrainian ministration quote on interfax the new contracts will this science by early december no precise figures have been leaked but media in kiev suggests the price will be in the region of two hundred thirty dollars for thousand cubic meters that's a substantial reduction on the four hundred dollars plus that it would have had to pay ukraine has already made it clear it is willing to settle accounts in rubles rather than in dollars grains for prime minister yulia timoshenko is serving seven years in jail for abuse of power all relating to the way she negotiated the count's contracts with russia in two thousand and nine. russia could team up with its key
rival in the global natural gas industry is eyeing a stake and russia's top private gas producer norma turk and its yarmuk fortune the arctic area western siberia the project is expected to produce five million tons of liquefied natural gas per year starting in twenty sixteen it should then take two years for production to reach fifteen million tons annually russian officials believe that carter's expertise in arranging liquefied natural gas shipments could be off hughes talks are underway but there's no indication as to how big carter's stay could be. time for a check on the markets oil has dropped from its highest level in more than three months it's in the wake of a report by the american petroleum institute which says crude stockpiles in the. one point three million barrels last week as you can see from the graphic light switches trading at around ninety nine dollars
a barrel while brant is that round one hundred twelve dollars per barrel. and european stocks are higher breaking a two session losing streak as investors digested earnings reports and wanted to developments in jersey markets stuffing firms were in the spotlight wednesday after a bullish note from h.s.b.c. the broker upgraded its rating on branstad holding which has jumped more than three percent. and finally here in moscow both their chairs in the my six are rebounding from an earlier decline still russia which is are trading at their lowest level of the week as well dropped after yet struck by us increased and with europe's debt crisis still dwain when investors here let's have a look at some of the individual show moves in the my it's most of the blue chips are in the red the world's biggest producer of seoul and russia's largest producer of still making called mitchell they're both declining one percent and one point eight percent respectively. is back in the trend with the buyback announcement with
a premium sixty percent of the market core the coal miner has sought by eleven percent. europe's stooping debt crisis stoking concerns of a cash squeeze among russian lenders growing yields on buying bonds have prompted a record injection of cash from the central bank banker sealant over twenty six billion dollars to banks on tuesday the most to nine years analysts say reduced ruble liquidity in russia is making lenders debts more expensive additional pressure is coming from capital flight which may double. this year to seventy billion dollars. and in other news better buying has become europe's third biggest bank by market capitalization valued at around sixty billion dollars the top two are britain has b.c. and spain's bank of santander more than one hundred twenty three and sixty eight billion dollars respectively it has
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