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iran evolves to retaliate if attacked up to israel draws a clear red line in calling for tougher u.n. action against islamic states of tomic of the sions. fighting so far reported in syria as russia says its peacemaking efforts while falling on deaf and defiant. and georgia both so a recent terror alteration on the border with russia comes under fire from a former church and militant who calls it
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a stage of musgrave. twenty falls a day seven days a week this is our first iran says it will not fire first in any military confrontation but is strong enough to repel an attack and would hit back with deadly force the statement comes in response of to the israeli prime minister's speech at the u.n. where he called for tougher international action to strangle iranian nuclear research and development his argy is mired in a but now from new. israel's prime minister benjamin netanyahu took to the podium to address the international body and presented somewhat of a show wintel his diplomatic approach this year in his speech was to hold up somewhat of a cartoonish figure of a bomb to indicate what he believes is iran's nuclear program he was holding
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up this drawing literally drew a red line and he indicated israelis believe that iran has enriched seventy percent enough. to make a bomb and at the ninety percent line the israeli prime minister drew a red line with a marker to indicate that the international community he says should draw that line and if you run verses that line it would lead to military intervention benjamin netanyahu says that sanctions over the past seven years that have been placed on tehran has not deterred them from continuing their nuclear program and so he was trying to rally the world body to take a more forceful actions against iran but clearly this was a different tactic that most representatives take whether addressing the
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international community usually they give somewhat of a speech there is some tension rising between the u.s. and israel over iran because the u.s. has not been as forceful with this red line rhetoric as israel has been and israel is hoping that the u.s. will be more aggressive in setting in which there could be. consequences put upon iran if iran continues its nuclear program so clearly a lot of issues being discussed at the u.n. as all these world leaders are meeting in new york for the week. the conflict in syria is also up for debate in new york way washington's just pledge forty five million dollars worth of extra support to the rebels this awhile a surge of funking in syria's second city has reportedly reach a stalemate talked of fierce clashes on friday the two month long battle for aleppo is said to have ended its decisive phase where the latest violence described as
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unprecedented i mean the escalation the un human rights council has extended its many best gave war crimes in the country the forty seven member body also calls a resolution that condemns what it called widespread violations of by syrian gone. back to the text made no mention of the leisure rebel. force in russia and china among others to vote against what they consider an unbalanced motion most was trying to mediate a peaceful solution to the conflict but the russian foreign minister says outside interests in ongoing blush at his part of sergei lavrov the interview with u.s. talk show host charlie rose when we fellow opposition partners syrian opposition representatives that we believe that you should forget you know about you know who is. more important in the opposition movement you shouldn't forget about your personal hatred why don't you think about your
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people why don't you stop fighting and they have been telling us and in response you know but as a. foreign buckminster followers they give us a different advice they tell us keep fighting until the end. raise your voice saying that russia must topple and you will and you will prevail coming up later in the program of forgotten that promises. governments have been cutting and cutting and cutting mostly expenses to balance the budget but in fact the more they cut the slower the economic growth and consequently the more cuts this will be a catastrophic budget of to prove french president francois hollande announces the country's suffered budgets in decades with ex-pats become even stronger measures will only make things worse. almost immediately after georgia began boasting it had wiped out a dozen suspected militants who had allegedly cross russia's border last month
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doubtless being cost on the operation now former georgia back to chechen militant is claiming the whole operation was an elaborate hoax to discredit russia is a god of peace gone off investigates. the outcome of a recent alleged police operation you're georgia's border with russia's republic of dagestan eleven suspected terrorist dead he says that the armed men were chechens who crossed into georgian territory and kidnapped around ten locals before being caught by police the news spreads quickly but not everyone is buying it. this was all organized by georgian security services the lack of transparency and details about the incident has led many to believe the full so-called n.t. terror operation was a complete hoax georgian authorities have been very successful in creating an image of a modern western civilised state a beacon of freedom if george w.
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bush once called it but in this case the opposition's accusations are fighting supporters on the other side of the caucasus meet his duty on them he spent two decades fighting on the side of chechen militants against moscow officially representing them in georgia he also has downs about what really happened at this latest border operation. their weapons were american made second none of them fired off a single shot last not so the uniforms of the so-called fighters were brand new that was saakashvili plan he sent his guys across the border into russia and then had them shot by the georgian police this was a setup just to frame russia no one will ever be able to prove anything of course. he said he cleans the beaches for dijon with terrorists began in the ninety's when he personally helped chechen separatists by delivering weapons and aid from georgia . surely the pankisi gorge in georgia is really close to chechnya it takes just ten
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minutes to fly across the border by helicopter so we helped our warriors from georgian territory from the gorge we delivered weapons money to the injured and then send them all around the world for treat. and with the help of georgian security services and. we got the weapons from the depository of the georgian terrace center our guys came there with cash were able to choose whichever weapons they wanted and bought the. album of says the really interesting didn't even after president saakashvili came to power a man often bridge street as an envoy of democracy. everything is still controlled by the anti-terrorist center. dean and the gym marks are in its hands they are their people any chechen who lives in georgia and wants to study in an islamic country has to go through the anti terror center they tell you to tbilisi you go to
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the center meet with some official and they won't let you go into you say yes to us free to work for them although of graeme's that his knowledge almost cost him his life following an assassination attempt he was allowed to return to church now with a green light from russian authorities after he asked for forgiveness now he plans to reveal everything he knows you want to spin off r.t. rosalee the chechen republic. some other world news in brief now a prison break in the iraqi city of tikrit as claimed the lives of at least twelve people clashes began late on thursday night after a suicide bomb attack at the prison gate the ministry has regained control of the facility and caught at these a thirty three inmates who escaped although some studies say five us still at large the attack comes after al qaeda in iraq announced plans to regain territory and free its members who'd been jailed. thousands of workers have
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marched through central rome as part of a nationwide one day strike against austerity which will lead to a downsizing of the public sector but government postulator spending cuts in august in a bid to avoid debt disaster meanwhile the country continues to slide deeper into recession with unemployment at its highest level since two thousand and four. k. as military has launched an offensive on the last stronghold of al-qaeda linked insurgents in somalia the surprise operation against al shabaab militants began before dawn when troops are went ashore in the port city of kismayo or visuals have also claimed that other african union troops are pro-choice in the city by land fighters have denied that the city house for live in the french cabinet has approved the country's toughest a budget in decades included promises to tax the rich and cut public spending but
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the people are growing alarmed by increasing unemployment and the lack of growth of both of which president francois long promised to address artie's maria reports. this was. also seem a. young destroys year or shows about overbought visit out there i believe the time of crisis is over it's now time for france's president francois hollande to perform a miracle this is how some allegedly not a task facing all along in his first annual budget and the country's image in the faltering euro zone is also at stake the government needs to save thirty billion euros in twelve months to reduce the deficit from this year's four and a half percent to three percent the e.u. ceiling for member countries higher taxes for business and wealthy individuals are expected to bring twenty billion and all and has outlined a plan to save the other ten billion by cutting public spending was so you know has
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worked in the hunt for french ministries over the last twenty years he says france is currently there may fall into the same trap many of his predecessors did. the past decades of governments have been cutting and cutting and cutting the state's expenses to balance budgets but in fact the more they cut the slower the economic growth and consequently more cuts this will be a catastrophic budget i think taxing the rich and unprecedented seventy five percent for those that earn however a million euros a year was one of our lands crucial election promises allow a publisher editor and a french millionaire says the move is nothing but a political game. he did this to make his electorate come down to make an impression he's doing something but this is all bluff it can't help it's simply not enough there's not that many rich people and friends while we sit in a man's house in belgium where the businessman moves to avoid high taxes at home
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which tells me many of france's rich and their money will follow suit distributed at worst as the people who are now happy that the rich are opinions on issues. don't understand huge the government will start with the rich when the deal can succeed and i'm one hundred percent certain no fail to all descend on the totem pole and tax the poor of it's a circle too casual some experts warn that not only french money but foreign capital will also flee with such a gloomy outlook projected for the future the current situation is not too bright either last week the country's unemployed supposed three million for the first time in years french president francois hollande campaign slogan was change is now today four months on the right indeed signs of many changes here in the country but while france is economically struggling with an enormous dat huge budget deficit and at an employment level the highest it's been in more than a decade the question is whether the change that people here voted for has been for
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the better. or if notional paris france. still to come this crops up that hill gruesome discoveries made by french scientists at casa de duck said the american food giant wanted something. brittania. written by i mean it's it's a very iconic association with the british empire festival. plus the report on how the latest additions to the u.k. citizenship has proved to be tricky not only for those seeking a new passport this story in detail and mall in just a couple of minutes. on
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the mall undergone these men and women are walking one of the longest incredibly the loneliest road in the world they reenacting the march into exile made by thousands of czarist russia. if i was his three hundred years ago jaime's disappeared my local lord and they have deserted from the army or a variety of other crimes the result was the same flight my fellow prisoners around me i've got a long and very cold walk ahead into exile in siberia it took them years to get there summers and winters entire years a lot of people died on the way this group in the western siberian region of almost discovered the living on the only surviving stretch of the original nine thousand kilometers of the siberian exiles track has had no modern changes made to it he is going to discover that he's descended from some of these exiles and decided to build a museum telling a story he and his re-enact is now receiving from all over the world to show them
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what it was like with these bodies going to sleep it's scary to put the shackles on of course but it's in. distinct if we don't remember our history we will have no future reward great it's a monument to one of the risk russia's cruelest chapters. the city served as the capital of anti communist white russian leader admiral culture shock in the civil war from one thousand nine hundred to nine hundred nineteen whilst in residence he lived here there's a study of the man like the maintenance of this building has remained a taboo right up until the present day or we still receive hate mail saying that he hanged a lot of people and was famous for severe punishment it's all true but it was at a time of civil war both sides were monstrously cruel it is sadly the theme of cruelty which links so much of history to the rest of russia's particularly of exile where they were not a criminal. russia's
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interests in which brighton if you knew all about song from focused impressions. moves from the start all team dot com. it's easy to. believe.
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there was a large good to have you with us russia is waging war on genetically modified corn it was discoveries by france scientists that suggests you was a good cultured giant to monsanto already involved in a number of health scandals is producing dangerous products some thomas has a story. this all stems from a french study that was released in mid september that is now become known as the infamous rat tumor study in the study they took the genetically modified corn encased six o three from monsanto and placed it against natural corn over a two year period and what they found is that rats fed on a diet of months scent of corn had a higher rate of occurrences of untimely death organ failure and tumor growth now as a result russia has banned monsanto corn from being imported in to russia and they have also asked of their own scientists to take a look at the study conduct their own tests monsanto has of course gone against the
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study saying that it doesn't even meet the bare minimum requirements of scientific research and they've also kind of neglected it saying that this isn't going to have a real impact on their sales because russia is a net grain exporter rather than an importer russia also already has in place a ban on the for genetically modified products so it's not expected to have a large impact in russia as well but if you look at what france is doing they're taking a look at the study they themselves are in the process of considering a ban which is believed to that could spark a european wide trend to ban them and central point that is something that the company is not looking at favorably but also if you look at overall products this isn't just corn on the cob we have corn syrup and the sweeteners that are used to sweeten many soft drinks around the world so this could have a much larger effect as well now if you look at monsanto corporation united states they have some troubles there as well more than two thousand farmers have signed a petition to get the u.s. government to study further this specific type of genetically modified corn also in
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california there's proposition thirty seven which would require food labels to say hey this is been genetically modified monsanto doesn't want that they've actually lobbied against proposition thirty seven by putting more than four million of their own money against prop thirty seven so they've got their own troubles in the states and here as well right now this temporary ban is in effect until russia can take a look at it and determine the safety of fact of this corn here in russia. the vice president of the european parliament has reportedly called on the spanish prime minister marianna to consider sending in troops to prevent a referendum in catalonia that's also the regional parliament voted to stage a vote on self-determination a massive march for independence took place in catalonia earlier this month it's spain's most prosperous region but is suffering huge debts partly due to the fact it pays more taxes than any other part of the country marco guerrero author awful
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professor of international finance adn european university believes the central government is draining the catalonia region. we are so the most patient few days ago in our national day the length of september and there was around two million people out of a population of seven million or how out of catalonia it means a lot of people is asking for the right of self-determination in a democratic and peaceful way we think on this there will be better off we have this cult reign in catalonia of eleven percent this is unique in the wall that we are reaching the territory in the world based more and receive less by their own estate and that's one of one of the reasons not the only one but one of the reasons that people in catalonia or creating a new estate in europe and from barcelona and catalan we complain about this one is government position within that they should do more things changing the structural programs of of of the country and they are not doing this that way we are
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complaining about. we ask them just to go on to work and you have actions and take measures. appearing on american t.v. proved to be an awkward experience for british prime minister david cameron ifill to answer some key questions and i mock the u.k. citizenship test set up by the host david letterman but he is probably boyko found out the prime minister is not alone when it comes to gaps in historical knowledge. the life in the u.k. citizenship test a must for anyone wanting to qualify for a british possible according to the government studying for it is meant to help all those hoping to make the u.k. their home integrate better into british society just last year prime minister david cameron in paris changes to the full amount of the exam saying that instead of honoring questions on european institutions british culture and history needed
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to take priority and during his car visit to the us mr cameron made an appearance at the david letterman show where he was faced with the u.k. citizenship test of his own. a lorry brittania. written by home i mean it's it's the iconic association with the british empire from your testing me that. i'll go i'll go for magna carta literally means great for the great charter and as we pointed out the seeds of democracy really brittania which is a beautiful refrain. based on appalled by james thompson a familiar with james thompson well i'm not. the british media had a field day over the oxford an eton educated lead as epic fail over the questions about the magna carta and the rule britannia one of the real questions on the u.k. citizenship test all six how many parliamentary constituencies there are in the
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united kingdom the correct answer six hundred and fifty now we've come to the u.k.'s national library to find out if the london is ten can answer that question correctly thirty constituencies out there in the u.k. three hundred sixty five hundred three hundred somewhere around six group. fifty something in that region. would you be able to tell me how many constituencies there are in the united kingdom constituencies i have no clue about fifteen. fifteen. so it looks like david cameron is not the only one to struggle with the un says every year over one hundred thousand people take the test with as many as one in three failing fortunately for them unlike the british prime minister who joked that his career had ended during the show they can enjoy as many retakes as they like. over on our website or right now great pictures from moscow's annual light and laser extravaganza
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a massive festival is illuminating the russian capital log on to our website to watch and live for just as a number of historic sites have been turned into a virtual canvases for innovative works. plus a costly blackout a drunken brokers says he can't remember why you love seven million barrels of crude oil market to an eight month high overnight. and stealing the spotlight brushes astronomers discover a comet bright enough to sign the moon in twenty third. you're watching artsy financial news and market figures are coming up in our business update right after this short break. in japan the average height for men is one hundred eighty two centimeters ten
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centimeters shorter because of that some employers refused to hire me one of them even told me directly that i was too short to deal with the clients could you just already spend three months in this hospital and plans to stay for another four to add the coveted seven santa majors to his stature invented by the famed soviet orthopedic is because we will result in the nineteen fifties these frames were initially used to treat fractures in deformities by cutting bones and slowly pulling them up or therefore stimulating tissue regeneration it was out of was able to reshape arms and legs and people who thought they were crippled for life be sent to the other patients and in many cases their shattered lives will go when professing designed his first brain using bicycle parts sixty years later as his invention is increasingly being used to help people what eager to fracture their legs to become a few centimeters taller than the ultimate goal is still the same six thing
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somebody is live both literally and figuratively about a third of patients admitted he was out of center now days seeking series three focus medical reasons most of them a man and most are not what you would call vertically challenged professor novick of who operated on many of them says it usually comes down to a man's pride some of the first patient to turn to us with a leg length i mean a quest to meet his fifteen centimeters to still want to surgery because panos tool than him we like to say that we need to break their legs in order to fix their head maybe nothing wrong with them from an orthopedic point of view but there is something psychological that prevents them from living their lives fully being happy and we fix it like lengthening surgeries are banned in many countries and even the out there press. expensive in russia the entire course costs eleven thousand dollars about one tenth of the similar package in the united states.
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financial considerations were one of the reasons that brought this washington state native to western siberia if his main motive for the surgery had to do with how he fared in the auditors in america average height is one seventy five i was one sixty seven or one sixty eight in so one eight centimeters would have brought me right to average users wanted to be average for women height isn't so important you know i think girl can be sure it's not a big deal why do you guys it's like expect to be taller just before the operation most mad a russian girl who found he's a regional hide why didn't dering if he still want to have read this surgery adding seven more centimeters to the self-confidence she took told me the whole time you're crazy you're normal you're perfect. so now or should i call you so what a compliment for somebody who's used to falling short of his own expectations.
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i welcome to business an unexpected twist in the london cool case which seemed to brush his name as hours before the legal battle was due to resume. that a pass to have done a deal in the world's top. johnny had claimed. twenty percent of the back in the nine days and wanted a billion dollar compensation roussel makes nine percent of the men in using construction and call making the company is now was some eight and a health billion dollars business because of our expose aroma surrounding the sessions. put another one a billion dollars out why would anyone want to drop the case surely my.


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