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an icy reception a riot police clash with anti-war activists in istanbul furious over guillard guillory clinton's visit who pledged millions of dollars to the syrian opposition stepping up plans for a post assad future. plus a bribe for desertion qatar reportedly offers the syrian ambassador to martini one million dollars and political asylum if he defects and voices his support of the rebel rebels. and the u.s. says it's into tehran shows there is no nuclear weapon in the works yet but a leading paper reports that an israeli strike on iran could be imminent.
and broadcasting live direct from our studios in central moscow this is r.t. glad to have you with us let's take a look at the top stories washington and turkey are weighing up a bringing in a no fly zone over syria as well as getting ready for worst case scenarios including any use of chemical weapons by the assad regime u.s. foreign policy chief hillary clinton has pledged a further five and a half million dollars in aid to syrian rebels during a visit to turkey it brings total funding for the opposition to eighty two million since the conflict began last year in east on bill clinton received a far from warm welcome riot police clashed with turkish anti-war activists from a leftist party trying to reach the building where she was to meet prime minister arrow gun officers responded with the tongs and tear gas injuring at least five people recently stepped up threats to use force in syria if it feels threatened from across the border. while western states are stepping up plans for
a post assad syria journalist don de bar says that by supporting the rebels they are only adding to the violence. there's been some discussion of the possibility of a so-called black ops chemical attack where some of the u.s. agent forces that are on the ground in syria fighting the government would launch a chemical attack and attempt to lay the blame for that on the syrian government i think that's a real possibility it's a very dangerous game to play you on the one hand creating an enemy that has no state is really isn't almost silent anywhere and that just is highly weaponized very angry and extremely religious the conduct of war against the government on the soil where the syrian people live obviously cannot bring peace to the syrian people it's intended to provoke a response from the government the government has the choice of either not responding in allowing armed terrorists to blow things up and blow up their troops
and to blow up and execute civilians all of which has been happening or to fight back which of course means that there are parts of the cities that get bombed and there are people that are displaced these two choices are what are being presented by american policy in syria. the u.n. chief has backed the presence of international monitors in syria which would provide impartial means of assessing the situation on the ground the observers extended mandate expires in less than ten days with a veteran algerian diplomat touted to become the new u.n. and arab league envoy after kofi annan quit here's artie's peter out of. it's not a job many people would have wanted you think but considering the situation in syria but it's that lakhdar brahimi will be taking over from kofi annan as the next special envoy on the syrian crisis now the seventy eight year old former algerian foreign minister does have pedigree when it comes to dealing with serious conflicts he was instrumental in forming a peace in the late one nine hundred eighty s.
in the lebanese civil war in two thousand and one he was sent by the u.n. as the envoy to afghanistan as the states invaded the country following nine eleven he was again sent to iraq in two thousand and three for the invasion of that country representing the u.n. on that occasion but it's also interesting to look at what type of an envoy he will be kofi annan had quite openly spoke to both the syrian rebels and the assad government now if we look a little bit but he means personal life and his personal contacts we might see a different approach from him but he's daughter of former b.b.c. and c.n.n. correspondent is married to where one of the sons of the king of jordan. strong family ties their jordan of course a country that has been linked to the smuggling of weapons and other arms into syria into the hands of the syrian rebels and jordan of course a haven
a place of choice for those defecting from the assad government to go so perhaps we could see or hear me focusing my attention focusing his attention on speaking to the rebels as opposed to the way that kofi annan tried to do it with speaking to both the rebels and the assad government but it looks like he will take over from kofi annan so it looks like the next envoy going to be locked up or he me the former algerian foreign minister taking on that difficult job in syria which is peter oliver reporting for us there now qatar has reportedly tried to bribe the syrian. in march and in the allegedly promising one million dollars and political asylum in exchange for defecting the syrian diplomat is thought to have turned down the offer calling it flagrant interference in syria's internal affairs middle east history and politics professor jeremy salt says the gulf nations are using their huge financial clout to help topple the government of president assad. what it was about the gulf states is they have in the supplies money. to buy people out and
this is the first question that should be asked of all these defectors and how much they pay you how much do you get and there must be some kind of sliding scale i mean what is the ambassador worth what is the foreign minister worth what is a kind of a low level represented mauritania worth i mean he was reportedly been given offered one million dollars plus twenty thousand dollars a month for the next twenty years which you know is pretty good but one would imagine that people would be offered even more than we know the beginning of this whole protest movement qatar is a bribe. the foreign minister tried to buy him out he refused he just rejected it so it's very important possible i mean anyone who's now high up in the syrian government if they want to kind of defect they're going to get a lot of money to shore and they can go live in doha which might not be to have one's taste but they will certainly get a lot of money if they turn their backs on their own government. when you're with r t coming up in the fall out from the revolution in egypt you remain in jerusalem
here ask waiting frets from the countries a new leadership that is cairo's relations with israel sour further. and keeping the internet safe and free but is it really possible to achieve both we investigate in a few minutes. washington says it has visibility inside iran's nuclear program confident it will know if iran moves towards building a bomb the remarks looked to be directed at israel which warned earlier that the international community might not realize in time to prevent iran from acquiring a weapon. israeli media suggests the country could launch an imminent strike on iran before the presidential elections in the united states the plans could it lead to a rift between the allies as the u.s. insists that tightening economic sanctions is enough a new law signed on friday prohibits american entrepreneurs from doing business with the iranian oil sector and also shipping and insurance companies. artie's an associate tricom reports. according to
a major daily israeli newspaper the israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu and his defense minister would like to strike iran as early as before the u.s. presidential elections taking place in november this year now amid escalating media reports and expert predictions that such an attack could in fact be around the corner the peepers front page article on friday offered by its senior commentators and reportedly based off of conversations with israel's defense minister says that if it were up to benjamin netanyahu and his minister of defense israel would cause a military attack on iran sometime within the next several months importantly israel's security cabinet ministers have been resisting such an option for now what's important here is while israel is weighing this option we know of course that iran continues to insist that its nuclear program is for peaceful purposes exclusively and we have seen the obama administration be careful in urging israel
to stick with diplomacy and now of course the big question is whether israel may in fact go ahead with such an attack and whether or not it will wait for a green light from washington importantly experts in this article are quoted to say that if such an attack were to take place before the u.s. presidential elections there this would cause a major embarrassment to barack obama as well as really cast a blow to his success in these elections because as we know his main rival republican mitt romney has never excluded such an option. artie's honest us yet you're going to reporting for us in there from the united states now remember there are always more stories for you at our t.v. dot com here is a look at what you can find there right now. a shocking a finding that during a special operation in central russia and the police discovered a bunker full of cult members and dozens of children that spent ten years in underground cells were found daily. plus social media thrill seekers are paying the
thanks and welcome back you're watching our t.v. where it is to eleven o'clock in the morning here in moscow let's get right back to your stories egypt is that bringing military enforcements into the sinai peninsula where terror attacks have escalated on friday egypt captured six. suspected militant there after an attack last sunday killed sixteen border guards the campaign to hunt down the gunmen was the biggest in the region since the one nine hundred seventy three war with israel this time though the operation was welcomed by the jewish state however the tentative a truce is not helping egypt jewish citizens who say they are living in constant fear the arab spring has made them wary of both their new rulers and their
neighbors as artie's policy reports. alone frightened and struggling one of the last of her people in a land that no longer wants them selene has merely the photos of her did family for comfort she is one of cairo's few remaining jews once there were eighty thousand now there are fewer than twenty and certainly i'm afraid certainly i haven't been as bad i try to be able to forget. she has reason to be wary the new rulers of egypt the muslim brotherhood call for jihad and want the liberation of palestine they've launched a war of words against jews that goes as far as to threaten death it took us a long time to find simeon and when we did even longer to convince her to be interviewed by us she was worried that her neighbors would see her talking to a television crew eventually she agreed to talk to us here on the street but when i walked her back to her building a neighbor spotted us and started screaming obscenities at her that is for not to
persons in my back to. the roots of jewish people run deep in the streets of cairo as far back as the twelfth century pious jews trod these cobbled streets on the way to study with a non-physician rabbi moses been my morn after mitt has collected memories of the many jews who once lived here he proudly shows me articles of those he once knew about. this place used to be fooled jews they were all my friends but they all left in the early fifties sometimes they come back to visit me and then we always see it and talk about the good old times. it was a jewish man who told us that his trade the love of his life was also a jewish woman but his is a rare voice today in these streets it can be dangerous to ask where's the nearest synagogue. certainly i ever heard of those rules that you are going to look at not the but i have they said that your job programming is to do like to resemble
. that little country which few day to mention is israel they may be divisions among egyptians but they are united in their hatred of their neighbor. israel is a racist states which doesn't respect agreements and israeli jew is not welcome in egypt being in the know treats you continue between us i hate dealing with israel and its presence in the region is dangerous but. israel is a cancer our main enemy after the revolution of january it's now possible to cancel the peace agreement with them and so simeon spends her remaining days alone holed up in her apartment and suffering from alzheimer's disease too afraid to venture out and when she does it's only for the shortest time just in the memory of a fast disappearing world policy r.t. cairo. now time to take a look at some other stories making headlines around the world this hour. at least one hundred eighty people have been killed and more than one hundred thousand
excuse me one thousand injured as two strong earthquakes hit northwest iran panicked residents fled the area as aftershocks continued while communications and electricity were cut the quakes happened near the city of tal breeze which has a nuclear research facility however most of the victims were thought to be from nearby smaller towns and villages. a policeman at a road block in afghanistan opened fire on fellow officers killing at least eleven the attacker who is believed to be a taliban infiltrator was killed when police returned fire this comes a day after separate shootings by afghan police one of which whether by a police commander killed of six nato troops attacks by supposed colleagues of the coalition troops have been on the rise as u.s. led forces plan to pull out of the country at the end of two thousand and fourteen . a road accident in northern india has killed at least fifty two people and injured forty six after an overcrowded bus fell into
a deep gorge the driver lost control of vehicle which was carrying passengers on its roof at a sharp bend on a mountain road police figures show india has the world's highest road death toll with more than one hundred thousand casualties each year. the u.s. presidential candidates republican presidential candidate mitt romney has announced his running mate house budget committee chairman paul ryan he's best known for his attempt to slash america's public spending by over five trillion dollars that's being opposed by the democratic minority in congress romney's choice for his number two could prove crucial in his chances of winning the white house in november from barack obama who is ahead in the polls. greece is a struggling to meet its budget targets as it tries to balance austerity to satisfy its e.u. wonders earlier ratings giant standard and poor's lowered its outlook on athens saying it might need another loan to survive later here economist mr bootle tells
r.t. that the only way forward for greece is to abandon of the single currency. i think doubt the greece in my view needs to get out of the euro i cannot see any way in which this current policy of austerity. and really. this is going to be very far from a magic. track record. tries to turn greece is going to go up possibly go wrong so initially living standards are going to be squeezed far from bringing relief do you order a great person it's actually going to make matters worse initially however going forward things are then completely transformed because in a flash greece is more competitive not the grinding deflation they were ten or fifteen years but instant pain is li greece is forty or fifty or sixty percent more competitive and the demand for greek output is going to take off that doesn't happen overnight but in a matter of months that will happen greek exports will start to rise greek imports
will fall and that will generate employment and more income in greece so there's a trade off a difficult period to go through first of all in order to secure later greater prosperity. and you can watch that full interview with economist roger bootle who outlined his view on the least painful way for countries to leave the euro at midnight g.m.t. . protecting your children for pornography and public institutions from cyber terrorism may sound as good reasons to control the internet but where do you draw the line between security and censorship and i too easily see caffein off investigate. it is hard to argue against protecting young ones from dangers like child pornography that's what russia's new internet law aims to do by making it easier to remove harmful content from the web it gives the government new powers to blacklist pages even entire domains bypassing the courts but critics say it could
be used for altogether different purposes russia's wikipedia was one of several websites to go dark and protest about. using this law to protect children men is blocking access to information for everyone including adults and that's not protection that censorship. he could be great britain united states france germany lawmakers say the bill is on par even weaker than what's on the books elsewhere but for online activists countries like the u.s. or britain are case studies in how not to regulate the web you can see the different countries use different tactics whether it's copyright laws or cyber security laws or just using national security as an excuse to go after for screech crease speech may be enshrined in america's constitution but in a world where acts of terror could come not only from a few extremists and suicide vests but from a few keystrokes on the computer the keystrokes of u.s.
citizens are increasingly under suspicion if you see something say something according to the f.b.i. flyers anyone with a passing interest in personal data security could be a potential terrorist report suspicious activity of the authorities. crime detection may be the stuff of fiction the homeland security department is considering a virtual border patrol which would scan billions of bytes and bits to stop cyber crime before it happens that's like sticking a microphone in everyone's living room so you can listen to all the conversations and what is really bad guys internet freedom advocates helped defeat to controversial copyright bills but the u.s. house voted to for. private companies like facebook to share personal data with the government and military when it comes to protecting our civil rights and civil liberties we don't usually give government check and that's really what these bills have done in a lot of ways across the atlantic britain is on the verge of a web why big brother internet and phone providers are reading black boxes to let
the government to monitor every email phone call even s.m.s. this is the first step towards the government taking control of the internet already blocks web pages it deems illegal but under the digital economy act it will soon add copyright violators to the blacklist anyone suspected of illegal downloads could have their internet cut off. the war over how and who should control the internet may have been inevitable you're saying to yourself well no i understand this internet concept a little on the internet. a little better. it's one of the biggest challenges facing governments of today and matter how well intentioned regulations will always be subject to criticism and treading the line between security and censorship while it may be harder than it seems. lisi captain of. the russian air force turns one hundred on sunday celebrating its send ten or even
spectacular style in the skies over the moscow region the grand finale of a three day display will star national and foreign aviation aces performing death defying stunts over one hundred planes and helicopters are taking part in the event including russia's latest state of the art fighter the t fifty the show also includes a restored planes from the first and second world wars the famed russian knights and the swifts will also sword through the skies russian president vladimir putin said that more than six hundred new combat planes and one thousand helicopters will supplement the country's air fleet by two thousand and twenty. the us congress is struggling to pass a hundred a billion dollar a year farm bill which also aims to reduce food stamp fraud over the next five years the industry's big hitters such as those making genetically modified foods are dominating the discussion and of nutrition and health groups but food historian ben bala says the desire for natural products is likely to grow. the
people who hold hands to most of the most. especially. those you know it's intellectual property out there and they don't want other people testing it is something wrong with it there's always a constant tension in not just american families that are around the world is that you have food scientists inventing new things freeing flavors and very consistent things like that that go into our food and have other people who say i just felt this and i'd rather eat whole foods and things that are grown organically or or at least sustainably if you think of this sort trajectory of how our attitude towards changes then we move toward natural who is very big when i was his sixty's and seventy's it's come back now again and people are starting to do things themselves again all their own you know bowls and your meats and the cheese and things like that so this is definitely action against industrial food right now but i think it's going to be the next trend in a major way for the next seven years our pay that's eaten or it's not directly
consumed by humans but it's indirect and down the line the thing is we don't really know what ten years after consuming people find it's that's how the something seeds but the government so far has decided these are virtually quit or you know the corn g.m.o. and the corn that isn't. really you don't have to test that you have a lot of the same organs which i think we might disagree. and staying with nutrition what do you prefer hitting cheap and easy fast food or taking some trouble to keep yourself healthy with organic alternatives or teas resident reporter has been on the streets of new york to see who's keen to be lean and green . are you cheap and easy or all organic when it comes to what you eat this week let's talk about that i don't care you don't care so you don't care what you put into
your body you. do. for the expense of organic food i mean it doesn't to me it doesn't really make a difference i actually started juicing this year and i found out about it when i was getting a facial and there's a place called free foods right down that way and they have the best juices i've ever had in my life kale spinach basal i mean it's like and it's like changing it sounds delicious it's delicious and expensive actually it is expensive but if you think about it a glass of wine is like nine dollars and it costs the same amount why do you think organic costs so much more regulation at least in finland it's really strict on what you can do and how you do it and the crop is smaller so that's the problem doesn't that defy logic shouldn't it be cheaper to eat a tomato yeah yeah. that's the world we live in a medical doctor if they're the food is. let's say polluted or or it's not healthy like contains a lot of trans fats and so on and so on then it can lead to cancer but genetically
modified food cannot lead to consummate this nonsense so there's a lot of people that assert it dies why do you think they get away with that but why does the demo have such a bad rap i think it's mainly some kind of propaganda a lot more people are interested to get healthier and other parts of the world so where do you think america falls in that spectrum very well hopi city is the number one. for kids here is it just that lack of knowledge or do people don't have the money the time. we want to sit down for breakfast this morning any unhealthy just got here could not find everybody's running and grabbing about all the time they are eating better now more again x. an advantage to the people on the streets and there are hundreds of the phrases in tree i know mine the same way if it is not there you won't need it and master password or daughter grow food and whether or not you eat organically the bottom line is you might want to take a minute to consider the old that are at them you are what you eat it's.
in the hundreds. of years. by forty acres and nineteen ninety three and decided it would be a great place to find them build a home and retire. there she is. we call it our new neighbor neighbor nine o seven. we have seventy acres here and i can't convince them that they need to drill somewhere besides two hundred feet from our house. the needs of our growing economy also means expanding our domestic production of oil and natural gas which are vital fuel for transportation electricity and manufacturing this is
before any problems with it before we do the right people and then change. you know our flows are not toxic and we get a lot of there's a lot of mis understanding of what exactly in the flow it's. time to say you can load here unless you come out here and live in my house for a week. i have no rights. to the. wealthy british style society. that's not on. market why not come to. find out what's really happening to the global economy with my stronger.
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