tv [untitled] December 11, 2011 1:30pm-2:00pm EST
the latest news and the week's top stories this is their weekly here naughty top stories now russia sees the biggest protests in his recent history as people unhappy with the parliamentary election results a revote isn't to be ordered an investigation into all claims of violations during last week's poll. a fresh rift within the e.u. britain vetoes a new treaty tightening fiscal rules for block numbers and a move that many believe is a first step for the u.k. towards the exit door. brussels control budgets.
liberated desperate for money leaving authorities flew to the un to release billions of the country's assets still frozen months after the end of the military conflict that's as the country's cash strapped government struggles with paying salaries and providing subsidies. i think that with another summary of many stories about fifteen minutes from now in the meantime the future of afghanistan is once again been up for debate and in a week when brutal attacks claimed more than fifty lives fears over the stability there are running high than ever stay with us for the views of russia's spokes person on afghanistan next on alt. thank you. so many a couple of freshman president special envoy to afghanistan thank you very much for
being with us today both of you so you just recently came back from the bonn conference where here a pain leaders delivered a grand promises to afghanistan in helping to rebuild its current me and security and then very next day sixty afghans were killed by suicide bombers allegedly from pakistan how much of a reality check is that really for those leaders who make this huge plans for this country but indeed they are going to storm who is going to go on the one conference was designed to demo three. international communities solidarity with our gun people and government. was to design to ensure. our gun people the day will be not left alone after twenty fourteen where i'm from official processes or let's examine the whole transition withdrawal process from different sites after the us killing of twenty four pakistani soldiers
ration should between the two count countries sharply deteriorated well that have any consequence or impact on the us withdrawal from afghanistan i don't think that we all have a direct impact on from the solution process but of course we'll complicate that transition process of i'm gonna start because pakistan is a very important actor in the region on its immediate neighbor all four of them got lost and know all these problems including perceive. untile of itself. subject of terrorist attacks because those extremists who we call. they have a like mind that fellow's pakistan the taleban while fighting their own government . is. for the same cause but over to to
keep players like said pakistan and taliban ignored the bonn conference what signals is that sending to international community do you think pakistan is now part of the problem or solution i wouldn't say good pakistan or part of the problem it's a pakistani government boycott of the conference because of these unfortunate attacks on pakistani border guards in their front yard and we can understand the sentiments and feelings. by the same time we very much for all that pakistan will continue to corporate. or that our government the international community in order to stabilize the situation not only you have got to stand in the regional as a whole but this recent events to us friendly fire in pakistan and the recent bombings there really playing in the hands of those who want americans to stay in
afghanistan can the u.s. change their mind or thought and who would really benefit from it nor would they will benefit free from from. these. american server belonging to. a lot of us through ups but not all of them. transition process c. in their mind doesn't include all the problems of united states. of the face to leapfrog up of them we know about plans of americans to establish autumn and tame but that will say a number of military bases around the system will spread substantial force us deployed didn't. that that's a question for us and the russian government of all for russian pres the foreign
minister many times to made these points about we want to have about transparent picture. for all these military bases there what impact will those military bases have on russian position in the region but first of all any foreign military. bases in this region special and i've got we believe will not. will not the. stability of the region as a whole. specially when they don't go the final roles and i journaled all those troops out of this for us and that we cannot clearly on the stand anymore for all of these bases because if one hundredths of an american troops failed to struggle a special i've got a system plus so they have almost fifty thousand on the other part
deployed so you have got most of them imagine these one hundred fifty thousand one hundred fifty seven troops could not stop the lies i'm going to somehow hold these remaining fifty or i don't know maybe before the american troops are deployed on the fivesome signal there but it was can stabilize the patient that's an evening my question mark for us we would like to hear. an answer but talk of not being able to stabilize the situation do you see it like we're seeing a repeat of a soviet scenario here where an army goes in it wins but it's i'm able to hold on to its victory is that true for a nato led operation there is certain similarity. but again if you compare the history of. deployment and withdrawal i should just remind that. was there or will.
the knowledgeable regime could stand alone in the gun and. almost for three years. what i mean i mean that. the quality or that i'm forced left behind if i may put that by the soviet union was so high that they were able with some support in sense of logistics to provide security in the country and they. stay along. against all odds. one of the camps to if to put the parallel with the current issue i'm not quite sure that the car and the argonne national army and i will make sure the police have already these level of care by billet the to do it
alone. that's why we're all this made the point there first of all russia for the ocean doesn't want any original military force to stay a long lip along the fall river where you got them by the same time we don't want them around the way living everything behind complete that's. what we want the least from lucian process. a vision of security of the armed. forces should. be similar pain use was building really capable of force on us this one second any military force us of any country requires a budget. only economy a nation like on that he can build up such a much so conclusion. those who are living our goals not they should help
to build a sustainable economy that can car our mall security and other requirements of the country that's our position. that's where unfortunately we can see you that's for the more months i'm going they shall army and police are not able to stay a long and to control the company to provide security and etc how much of a threat is that to president karzai and his allies actually once the nato with dos is his secure safe then we'll see if you want to do but more or less i mean they're covered by nato what happens when nato leaves but that's was talking before that it's important then the debt of the for two held government of over. to have for not only. loyal military
forces national force but the same time to have a sustainable working economy but can provide the budget and expenditures of such force ok that's happened over speaking but the reality is different so what's going to happen in the. twenty fourteen when nato withdraws if things go with the reeds going in. those. there are the prospects of chaos but there's still hope there's still time we have more than two we're still there and of twenty fourteen to correct mistakes have been made and to conduct all operations in better management and there's also one little point i know that a lot of critical infrastructure a lot of afghan cities where we built by the u.s.s.r.
in the eighty's what state you're leaving behind that's a good question that with all due respect i'll try to find. for the time being. i cannot present to you or long least of i regard struction and the will of projects we know that american see in the west a quite a lot of money into building schools and some other social structural work but it's very difficult for me to recall any industrial or infrastructure projects that can support their nation or economy. that's for sure there should be not only asked about the task for you it's a couple of thank you very much for this and my pleasure thank you very much.
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the latest news in the week's top stories russia sees the biggest protests in its recent history as people unhappy with the parliamentary election results. ordered an investigation into. last week's poll. a fresh rift within the e.u. britain has a new treaty fiscal rules. and a move that many believe is a first step. towards the. control of the budgets. of the countries still frozen to the end of the. as the country's cash struggles
with paying salaries and providing subsidies. stories in fifteen minutes from now with me in the. next with the. sports are not to good to the company again and in this culture. russian vacillates come home second in the men's relay race at the world cup stage in whole foods and while the ladies take groans. and a story doubling gold englishman luke donald becomes the first man to talk the monolith on the european and p.g.a. to. leading by example we'll look at how the biggest tragedy in russian sports history prompted the wife and i can show play to help those affected . so they start with birth and why russia have taken silver in the men's relay race
at the second stage of the world cup in. the quartet of untold. and dimitri finished second losing fourteen seconds to the winner is gold went to see no way in before more than a standout and it had with spence and tara while the french bank completed the podium finishing thirty one seconds behind the in a wage and. meanwhile the russian ladies warmed braun's at the women's event. and. lost to norway and france who claimed gold and silver respectively. let's move now to the hard wood where it's finally happened to have lost a possible game and in the seventeen game winning streak in the moscow region former n.b.a. star director lanka was pretty much ineffective in his brief return to the court if he didn't score tall in seven minutes of action muscovites opening quarter
eighteenth ten mainly thanks to sergei moore who eventually finished with nineteen points but called their opponents in. second to have a thirty twenty five time they most courageous extended their budget to free to the period and they were also in the final one adding seven points more than taste part to claim a seventy five sixty five victory i thought the coach united grieved that i was still limited action in russia and of the upcoming your early contest as my shoulder is still not one hundred percent ready tonight both teams played well defensively but we just didn't convert enough off instantly in a game like this effort also comes into play and you have to give credit to him for outplayed us down the stretch in football barcelona have gone top of the league a standing stats are saying the biggest rivals real madrid away three one it wasn't
looking to for the best karim benzema scoring the fastest. with just twenty three seconds. to the first half after the break they put us in france but fabregas say the final score. sixty six minutes. now talk of the standings on goal difference from the losers do hold a game in hand. you know nobody i've never been to a match where you just play easily and real madrid does not create opportunities it doesn't happen like that i mean what we have to do which is trying to intimidate them as well generate our own duty's and that's what we did overall i'm more than delighted with our performance. this one is that it's obviously we're not happy because if you lose you're not happy we're feeling dellums you know there's still much to play in if you don't lose the will the revolution christmas holidays in
first position. in formula one world champion sebastian vettel and his fellow red bull driver mark webber have celebrated the team's success of the season the two paraded through the streets of newton keynes in england to the joy of around sixty thousand spectators who turned out to mark the chairman of the team remember world champ and won his second title in a row while australian webber had finished third overall was able to and the high notes with his victory at the blues and then promptly. leave pretty local as well so it's an added sort of interest to me and it's just a nice way to give something back to the community you know this huge amount of air france fans who live in the u.k. but celso locally to say well it's great to be here and you know obviously this is where our cars are built and where all the people the people come to work here to to make their cars nice to come here and you know drive down the roads that we know
so well yes they say thank you great also to see a lot of people on the roads from is appeals or you know around the area. spanish gold for all of our aquarius has won the dubai world championship chorus concluded with a long egle part at the last finishing on five under par sixty seven at nineteen and two shots clear for a second in the final standings donald became the first man to talk to a minor lists on the euro paint and p.j. ters in the strange part of the second successive sixty six and third place in the tournament for the marquee of northern ireland finished eleventh on nine hundred pot. in surfing american john john florence has claimed the twenty eleven events triple crown despite going down to his compatriot kelly slater at the season ending event in hawaii in the quarter final florence who was leading this season's title race set an impressive score of sixteen point seven to beat the eleven time world
champion slater managed to pull off an incredible ride and supports the young and at the end of the day there were two australians and they were in peril fighting for the victory at the age their winning first trophy in many eyes along with a seventy five thousand dollars prize after all its nineteen year old florence who celebrates the hawaiian series triumph. this coming why this year will more focus on anything really helped her friends family and just a whole year on terming home and surf and relaxing and surfing. even though it isn't been firing anyone serving a while you know especially for a contest. and finally the ice hockey world is still reeling from the plane crash which took the lives of the entire locomotive your slow team in september the disaster living families devastated across europe a situation which prompted the why for permanent action. has more.
i was traveling from kazakstan to riga. september seventh and i was in the airplane and when i found out that the k. . team had crashed it was the biggest charge of the average to heed this poor out of ice hockey two hundred fifty kilometers from moscow on september seventh a plane crash killed forty four of the forty five people on board to seven from from a village much if you die slowly club and interior team walked out in an instant the world watched to speak choose emerged from the wreckage the news getting worse as the days bossed next came through the grief stricken images of wives and children lived without their husbands and fathers left with oh the breadwinner it was their thought which spurred station delman into action sis is married to kevin
dolman former n.h.l. player incurring defenseman for body system mind that can see the hockey league she's also a mother to two young children days are kept busy with a very annoyed by the american was determined to find the time to help those directly affected by the look of my chief plane crash she's doing jobs that establishing a charity fund in north america or europe involves a relatively straightforward approach to get help from those who done it before in kazakhstan there is no such luxury stays she would have to start from scratch i felt. obligated to do something for them because i knew how it felt that way and i lost my own father and in a car accident and i was seventeen when back then to so i remember how my mom first of all. without a single parent with a family to raise with no income coming in anymore with
a little help from her friends and support from spouses or father hard to play. where's the league much of wife's fund was launched the idea just hit me i could just make a facebook page and people post don't worry if they won so i made facebook page and . it just took off i have like two thousand fans and family members and followers and people don't lie as much money as they can or as little as they can. so it's really an eye opening experience seeing how. i guess seeing how people can pull together previously stations computer was used mainly for keeping in touch with relatives back home but now stacy has a vibe store the main aspect of this site is to collect donations but plans are you food just sell jerseys items such as bracelets and even junos and then the child
product auctions every last send me and rubel will go to the families of the deceased looking much of blair's and cultures the page which now has the support of old over eight hundred ladies has grown into something evil the united hug your wife's fund whose mission is to quote improve the lives of ice hockey families and there are saucy it's through relief education and opportunity it brings together wives from all over the world committed to helping their contre bars whose lives were changed forever that september day it was decided that maybe we should make a hockey wives foundation so if anything like this would ever happen again or an unhappy family. who needed help we would already all be together and we could just pull the other really quickly to help them whereas right now it's taken some time united in vision and determined never to forget those left behind stacy dolman is
the person who made it all happen and american living in kazakhstan giving new hope to russian ice hockey team and unlikely story but proof that even out of unspeakable tragedy hope can still be found ascot's on our team. ok that's all this false news for no more into i stand here not say goodbye. world. science technology innovation all the latest developments from around russia we've got the future covered.