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the world's leading. technology innovation holding these developments around russia we've got this huge earth hubbard. hello and welcome to our team karen taraji with your top stories fresh trouble calls for a no fly zone over syria both still reluctant to get directly involved the u.s. house voiced support for the move even if it means bypassing the u.n. but reports of the opposition's alleged atrocities are forcing activists to turn their backs on the rebellion. egypt's islamised president moves to assert his power over the military as he sacks both the defense minister and the chief of staff
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that's amid a growing military presence in the sinai region but sixteen border guards gunned down. and with the region in chaos isolated israel is taking steps to keep its borders safe with billions going into defense washington looks set to keep up support for revolutions even if they threaten its ally. next a former syrian politician persecuted and forced underground for more than ten years tells us what he thinks is going wrong with his country. he was a critic of the syrian authorities long before it was safe to do that spending fourteen years in prison for his political activism dr abdul aziz al hayat a prominent member of syria's domestic position is joining us now on r.t. thank you very much for a time sir for receiving syrian opposition has so many faces at this moment they
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are bearded men with kalashnikovs there are some people who are trying to direct the uprising from abroad you represent grassroots opposition do you think that your long time goals for this country of the future that he and visit. is actually being served by the ongoing question well it's a very important. question thank you for that. you know it's not easy now to decide that. what we've struggled for a long time to achieve in syria is within reach nowadays because too many complications happened in the uprising of syria when i said you must have the uprising started peacefully or do you really didn't predict towards freedom and dignity and percy. but. there was a curve the events because the regime decided to treat that was to wish him only by military means us forcing syrians to hold arms to defend themselves at the
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beginning and then there was a chance really an important chance for extremists and the opposition to enlarge their forces and to. gain support from some regional states and maybe global as well their national i mean. that's who are the things started to get. worse and worse but we still stick to hope because we have to and we are still fighting to gain a peaceful political process in order to preserve the syrian people aims from their uprising do you have any specific idea how we can farther you can start this political process because everybody is talking about every conflation but nobody knows how to carry this out. we are
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trying to. sort out any kind of understanding and a kind of agreement on the. international scale to calm things of the political parties involved including the americas versions trying is there a principle there of. the states that it's still way sure that everybody is losing and the result of the situation if it goes on will be a lose lose situation and no one will benefit from that. and that's why everybody must cooperate. to congress the military groups first of all the regime second round groups all the opposition that it's time it's high time indeed to come to
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a cease fire and to start negotiations about what to do and how to arrange some peaceful future for the country of course this includes the president and his from the must step aside at least for a while. and the power must be passed on to some acceptable personnel from the regime acceptable to the regime and accepted to the opposition as well. to start a presentation of period in which. some new constitution and some new legality will be established in the country if those transparent elections here in visiting . would result in the current president assad getting the majority of votes would that be acceptable to you and i guess most importantly would that be acceptable acceptable to the world one says. any person accepts the
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principle of voting and the voting is really legal and transparent everyone must accept the results the outcome of the elections you spent fourteen years in prison and definitely your have an axe to grind with family why are you not among those who are carrying arms at this point why no you're not fighting him because first of all being a studying and practicing politics for decades and i came to the conclusion which is the only logical conclusion that arms will lead to the destruction of the country and not to democracy that's why it's harmful way it's useless and it will. support the extremists on both sides that's why from the very beginning it was very
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clear for me and for others that peaceful struggle is the only way towards. the democratic future of the country you know in the western eyes the home grown civil of position and armed groups are perceived as allies given what you just said why haven't you or groups who support you been more vocal in trying to distance themselves from using terror for achieving political goals among the armed opposition you have different political goals. and different political attitudes i believe in many groups through the armed opposition declared. they will be. in favor of a political circus on certain terms and conditions of course what others will not
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respond to that we have some stellar fifths some that is an islamist will have their own agendas so among the syrian real and peaceful opposition. there are really connections with some armed. opposition groups. and there is a common understanding. among them not to harm the civilians and not to attack any. infrastructure establishment or it's only. illegal to use arms to defend lives and civilians now from the very beginning you've been strongly against. international intervention into syria in the forest and one can argue
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that what we have now in syria is a form of government military intervention because you have lower forms going through your borders even you admit that there are some foreign nationals fighting the syrian army in the north rich do you think is more damaging the open libyan style military intervention or covered by its so lasting intervention in the form of supplying arms believe. it is. completely imaginary when you are right up like in syria it's impossible. the excess circumstances of the syrian lead to. circumstances what happened and why we're here to answer number two yes day after day the struggle and the fighting in syria is. coming some kind of
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a proxy war now day after day that he seems number one and the only group in the opposition. becoming more and more hostages in the hands of that are like. we are losing that. independent decision. they cannot apply what they think or believe and. because they need support in arms nomination and fine until. it's at or etc etc freedom can mean very different things to. many different people and the footage that we often get from the north of the fighters. shouting allahu akbar. there are also reports that they are fighting for the creation of their islamic state. and my question to you is is there any danger that in search for
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greater political freedoms syria may lose other forms of freedom for example social religious gender for them and you know all those other aspects of dignity and freedom is simply very frankly yes there is a possibility now and it was not. created just to accommodate through days that the syrians may risk some of the freedoms that they are used to it's a possibility but there are other possibilities as well that's why we say now you cannot preserve your rights by just being afraid of what it you must be active. we believe that the majority of the syrians would not true was any kind of original state i sometimes get an impression that here in syria the hatred for their opponent within some people is chong the law for their own country and they would
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rather be right than merciful to people around them how can you in the current circumstances and given your experience how can you foster this period of conciliation given how far this situation has gone already among some serious the majority of the syrians among the active. syria's not. the majority is not active yet and those. of us who has to go from time to time what on earth is going on how are you doing that yes we are questioning themselves but i believe this is a reaction will come there which will come to an end sooner or later because it's not there you culture or that reads this. history or the
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steps to keep its border safe with billions going into the plants on washington book set to keep up support for revolutions even if they threaten its ally. up next it's all a sports news with paul. thank you very much karen welcome along to the sports headlines here is what we've got for you don under dusted russia secure all three goals on the final day of the london olympic games to finish fourth in the overall standings. king of the swingers rory mcilroy wins the final major of the golfing season as the p.g.a. championship by a sensational eight strokes. and hard court king joke of a twins is the title of two thousand and twelve as he defends his rogers cup crown into long time. side of the
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london two thousand and twelve summer olympics have come to a close the final day of the gangs saying team russia three more goals on a bronze to the whole meaning they did after all improve on their performance four years ago in beijing from london robert daniel reports. the men's volleyball final tyndale to be a real thriller with left as man producing a stunning comeback against the sport's powerhouse brazil and making history the russians became the first team ever to win the men's olympic volleyball final from two says down and brought the country its first ever olympic volleyball gold. and russia have finally claimed a gold medal in boxing at these olympics the country's newest a limp dick champ and you go to me handsome he battled it out against gaza stands at belbek me as i'm better off in a very judgments light heavyweight final. meanwhile in rhythmic gymnastics russia
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has been a dominant force for decades after you've got to know it was gold in the individual all around event and certainly the russians proved their class in the group competition this was russia's fourth consecutive gold in the discipline one moment for russia on the day game in the men's basketball undertaking and managed to collect themselves after their disappointing defeat from spain in the semifinals and securing a bronze medal with and they do want to serve the seven who in argentina this was also russia's first olympic medal in this of bombs well the london olympics are over now and russia's final stats are twenty four golds twenty five still worse and thirty three bronze medals just won gold and nine medals more than in beijing four years ago however in two thousand eight washer finished third in the world medal
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standings while here in london it was the hosts deserves a place on the global olympic podium just behind china and the u.s. see. this is how the top of the medals table looks at me and russia just behind me top three one goal short of their target of twenty five the standings though great viewing for the usa the country back on top after china pushed them into second place four years ago this time is the chinese who have to settle for overall silver of great britain and northern ireland's extraordinary games or them finish in place . so the olympic project proving to be a major success story for london the city itself also closely watched by organizers of the next olympics and twenty fourteen winter games due to take place in the russian city of sochi constitute a top of takes up the story. the london games have come to an end and eyes will now turn on the russian city of sochi as the black sea resort prepares to host the next winter games in just eighteen months hi. however these games in london have been
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crucial to such an organizing committee who say they've learned a vital lessons one hundred fifty specialists from such organization committed learning from the experience of london again as theirs and of course the way our colleagues. treated the challenges they faced deserve on the marks. this is similar to where we have to bring into the structure those problems included ticketing issues at the start of the games and there were empty seats at some then use however the problem was quickly result secondly there were concerns about congestion in the center of london and that didn't turn out to be a problem and that was in no small things to the thousands of volunteers who guided to and from various so things to learn there but such organizers have taken comfort from the fact that the development of the black sea resort is similar to the
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development of the olympic park in london like in so in london in a way to the most depressive region of london. into the region with a well developed infrastructure for the south of london just like i say in such a way of creating the new city. in the middle of nowhere which will turn such into the all year around to sort the international winter sport just a nation what to do with these venues after the olympics is always a key issue in london many will be used for years to come and if they're not they will be removed and that's also something such organizers want to copy but it's not on the tangible legacy like new roads airports or power station all the new hotels and the venues it's much more be on. going green construction. we have
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change the attitude toward people with disabilities create a new standard all the better free environment for those whose disability assembly created the home there isn't as a culture which didn't exist in our country before once the queen elizabeth olympic paul he's fully we. will attract we estimate nine million visitors a year to become one of the top ten must see sights in. russia alembic chiefs i regret to repeat the overwhelming success we've seen here over the past three weeks and leave london believing they now have everything required to make such one of the best winter games in history come sunday about the r.t. london. now to golf where rory mcilroy has blown away the rest of the field to win the final major of the season that's the p.g.a. and championship after a weather delayed saturday there was
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a whole lot of golf to be played on sunday mcelroy seizing the initiative to move away from joint overnight leaving jason and secure a three shot advantage at the end of the third round and so i want a round for him poulter started brightly moving to within one shot of mcelroy however a series of birdies at the start of the back nine would ruin his chances another englishman heralded david lynn had a late run to finish second but the day was definitely to belong to mcelroy the northern irishman simply in scorching form a closing birdie completing a bogey free round of sixty six to claim a massive eight stroke win over the rest of the field last year's us open one of the us now adding the p.g.a. championship to his c.v. his second major at the age of twenty three not. just an incredible day you know it you know i just sort of continued on from there in the lead last night and. you know played some pitiful golf on the back nine this
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morning even though i didn't study hall and he held a couple parts but could have been a bit better and you know went out there this afternoon just trying to play solid golf and i set myself a target i said look if i got to twelve under par no one's going to catch me. and i was able to go one better than that. now just days ahead of russia's a first match and a new manager fabio capello and the national football team of convened at a training complex just outside of moscow the former england boss still to meet all of the players the team all trying to gather on tuesday before taking on the ivory coast in a friendly on wednesday evening the italian has repeatedly stressed the importance of bringing back the passion to the national side after a disappointing euro two thousand and twelve one player who feels he'll have a point to prove his bloody nearby throve he was left out of the car because squad for those neuritis. but also i'm feeling great i've been called up to play for the national team so i've had a chance to meet the needs virgin staff and the manager he's already laid down some
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ground rules but it's still early days so hopefully we'll use our time well just quite amazing sport complex but of course we'll be working on improving and foremost something that maybe the lads lacked at the euros elsewhere manchester city fans have a double reason to celebrate this weekend following their victory in the community shield over chelsea on sunday the club also confirmed their first summer signing everton's jack rodwell arriving for a reported fifteen million pounds they on a five year contract his new teammate ya tory says he'll be a welcome addition to the premier league champions. pretty good it's pretty worked up just because we see in movies but let's look a few years to me especially is when i speak to you. and i think you know the team is going to be much because it's finally in tennis novak djokovic has taken advantage of the absence of his rivals to retain his rogers cup title he beat frenchman richard gascoigne in straight sets in the final six three six to the
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defending champion was overwhelming favorite to win the crown for a second consecutive year and it's roger federer rafael nadal and andy murray all missing the competition the final time now to be a one sided affair against twenty six year old gasket as the plane has called for title of the impressive display having only one last weekend already last weekend from the start i've been in pics on the grass of. those facts make my make my title here even more special you know this is a big tournament it's a thousand event i'm very happy to to be able to to play to where played in the last two days meanwhile the fun of the women's event will be between patrick of it and lee not the competition has been plagued by bad weather and has rolled over an extra day in montreal with her big former world number one caroline wozniacki who had to come from behind three six six two six three the final score while in the other semifinal lean also came from a set down the new season front of
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a three six six three seven five. and that is all from the world of sports now but i'll have plenty more in just under two hours time here on r.t. to join that.
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