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feed. more unrest is expected in crisis tony but the new draft constitution on the way and phase it will reflect the vision of the nation's future. about not grading the palestinian state as it is expected to go in favor of the autonomy despite staunch resistance from israel and the u.s. . and germany's put its goal business in lashes out at the country's leaders for a long about the true cost of the greek rescue was the german parliament is set to vote on the like just a teacher for the struggling you remember. and
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i welcome you watching live from moscow. in a further escalation of the crisis in egypt opposition activists are planning more mass rallies against president morsi to create you that greatly large his power morsi has moved set off a nationwide wave of anger with tens of thousands of egyptians calling for the islamist leader to stand down joining me now is journalist bell true in cairo. thank you for joining us so we are expecting a draft of egypt's new constitution to be completed today is this likely to ease the tension. unfortunately i don't think it will the opposition forces themselves launched this this protest against the heart of the issue really started with the constitution unfortunately the opposition forces really see the constituent assembly is writing the constitution as not being representative egypt particularly if there's been a mass walkout by key representatives such as the church and also the liberal
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leftist forces with this new constitution being pushed through right now when they're still sitting in the rear and hundreds of thousands of people expected in the streets on friday i think they're going to find this very this is good to be opposed quite considerably by different groups of course in the constitution back to ration the president did say that once the constitution is written he will remove his extra powers but i was really yet to be seen. well with the level of anger there showing no signs of abating do you think we could see more violence. absolutely we have a protest call today by opposition and pro morsi supporters which if we if they meet we expect to see quite a lot of clashes on the streets this is also already been very violent we've seen the death of at least one protester in these clashes between rival protest this protest a fifteen year old boy died in the nile delta a few days ago and actually as we speak right now clashes continue between
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protesters and police which is entering its ten day. i would really excessive use of force by the police i myself have been in these clashes since the beginning of the week and we've been using a lot of tear gas which rights groups have been condemning the tear gas itself is very very strong in the air in downtown really as things even if you approach the front lines and that you really can't we all and you see protest is dropping like flies but taking the field hospitals where there are revived i would buy drugs this has resulted in the death of at least one protester he died a few days ago just on the free and the excessive use of tear gas suffocated him and he reportedly had a heart attack so really what we're seeing is very violent scenes on top where expected violent scenes across the country in the course i would friday's protest and saturday's protest led by both the opposition forces and the brotherhood we expect more clashes on the streets of egypt. well while the thumb key for that
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update that was true in cairo. well blogger and journalist while as skandha says there is a growing feeling in egypt that there's a long way to go to real democracy. the fact of the matter is that everything is going in the opposite direction of what the revolution is called for the constituent assembly itself is a reflection of how unwilling to share power the muslim brotherhood are and along with mohamed morsi. he says that he will give back powers as soon as a parliament is elected but he's not allowing the gyptian to share in writing the constitution so this to me seems like a false promise about giving back power because the one thing he can do is allow dipshits to write their own constitution and share power and he's not doing that the judiciary have been a tool for the mubarak regime but if we come to think of it when people protested mubarak they were protesting police brutality and we see that morsi is giving promises to the police that they will act with impunity and does not want to bring
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anyone to justice for the crimes they've done and we are asking what will the anger over more seize power grab ultimately lead to head to r.t. dot com and have your say right now. where palestinians are eagerly anticipating thursday's un vote that could lead to the territory being granted statehood the autonomy is hoping to be upgraded from observer status to that of a known member of the state and there appears to be international support for the proposal despite strong opposition from israel and the united states activist and filmmaker harry failure is in gaza. the end of the day we have in here in the middle east we have an israeli state and then we have a normal palestinian state or simply palestinian territories the palestinian people do not have rights like israelis do as a result of the the status of national entity and so this is a bid. to upgrade the status of the palestinian territories. to
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try and move towards a recognition of the palestinian territories as palestine and here in gaza this has a lot of significance because the palestinian territories geographically noncontiguous we have the west bank and gaza in the west bank particular associated with the power of mahmoud abbas and here in gaza particular associated with the power of hamas now recently of course we've had the two thousand and twelve gaza war seven eight day war with the state of israel and palestinian resistance groups including the resistance wing of hamas as part of the brigades used force against the state of israel in that conflict that is starkly different in terms of positioning with the state of israel in terms of engaging with the state of israel in comparison to mahmoud abbas who is seen in the western world as much more moderate in comparison to have mass presenting a more hardline position including armed resistance against the state of israel so
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what we have here is a palestinian political dynamic as well if the western world and indeed the u.n. does not support this increased status for the palestinian people then what will almost certainly happen will be that mahmoud abbas is seen as even weaker a palestinian national representative and hamas will be further strengthened to the dismay of israel and the united states. now to further discuss the implications of the palestinians pursuit of statehood let's go live to tell of even talk to get in levy he's a journalist and columnist for the israeli how that newspaper let me thank you for joining us it is widely expected that the palestinian bid will receive overwhelming support at the u.n. what's the feeling in each frail regarding this prospect. but sort of your vision is to go. into this. trying to throw the palestinian authority. trying to. downgrade the old seeing you.
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talk as if it is. why. you keep this look. so we're. going to do for you because most of these rallies noble troops and the jews. more or executor. so why exactly do you think israel and the u.s. are expressing such harsh opposition. basically because he does not want. to british. troops is. only well after all i mean what better option do the u.s. and israel have given the circumstances of his failure at the u.n. would lead to him losing support him and how mass gaining more power wouldn't it. absolutely mall of the israel says no to be blown as it says yes to
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terror i mean that palestinians will continue to fight for their freedom and their way to school basic ways to do so one through be brought to see and it was here shows and the other ones were there oh these are the cities no two balls and this is very great. when israel and and the us have been saying the palestinian bid is harming prospects for peace in this region how is that. this is so ridiculous i mean they claim that this is one sided. the palestinian thinking you know if the u.s. but the settlements are much more one sided than even you're a verse of the the state i mean. the spirit sion from locals because she asians he was ready to move your ship he instantly serves very logical ones like freezing the settlements israel says lol freezing the
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certain brands so we are all going for him except they're going to be international community. for recognition israel should have supported in the united states for sure shalit supporters. and if if the palestinian administration gets the no member observer state status second we expect them to take a siege to the international criminal court such as alleged war crimes and israelis and legal settlements. i don't know sure they would go so far at this stage but they're all the way open for them to do so i'm not sure that will they go so far because they still want to open leave some generous open both with israel and was directed state so they will keep it there's an option but they will do it with more on the way. so can we sum up hemingway do you see the israel palestinian
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relation standing if the palestinian bid it's thirty four. unfortunately just. in a very very very long way. i don't see too much really because finally. in the west and will continue to be. made. and islam is this. normal solution in the. story for us. mr levy thank you very much for your thoughts that was given levy a journalist and columnist for the israeli newspaper. well the latest greek rescue deal has been hailed as a breakthrough in brussels but now it's time for the greenman to pass three
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national parliaments in germany there's a growing chorus of among lawmakers about the deal which is estimated to cost burley in hundreds of millions if you are a pita oliver reports the opposition members of the social democrat party. center right coalition that's the bundestag is not really a rubber stamping service and if they want to push through this latest package they're going to have to prove to m.p.'s it's in the best interest of germany what this latest package contains is a bond buy back scheme low interest rates on meet the debts that greece has as well as the hunting over of profit from. what they see and truly means though is that for twenty thirteen germany is set to lose around seven hundred and thirty million euros due to implementing these latest measures all of that of course not making
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great reading for chancellor merkel she said time and time again that the german taxpayer would lose. b. hit financially by germany giving help to greece now they have to admit that is going to happen and this is all happening on the basis that greece can pay some of it back by twenty sixteen where it should be back on its feet almost considering the current state of the greek economy not a mystic statement to make the opposition i mentioned the social democrats they're saying that they need to. restructuring for greece will have to wait until after the general election takes place here. with the chancellor with the election starting to come into view and. then she being politically embarrassed by having to go back on a promise she's made all stone to be a very interesting to pay when german politicians discuss the latest financial aid package for greece. two hours time max keiser and stacy herbert expose bank
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damaging economies all the way from africa to. congo rebels around central banking goma they're looting the bank a u.n. source said later another u.n. source denied that there had been money in the bags insisting they were full of being a lot of the central banks are collateralized by beans that's similar to the bank of england mark carney is going to be arriving to the bank of england in a few short months and else find that involves bags. and some of boris johnson's winks but other than that there's nothing to collateralize his bank so yes of course you've got incredible similarities central banks are being looted the rebels whether they're in africa or in england. the motive is the same.
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and we'll be back with more international news in just a few minutes. a lovely quiet morning a family gently sleeps in district heights maryland when fifty armed f.b.i. agents storm the house and guns drawn despite the family pleading that they were unarmed the law enforcement agents opened fire on a weaponless teenager my asian huli thankfully sholay suffered minor flesh wounds but the key issue is that it remains unknown as to why the house was stormed so here in america for no reason guys in black uniform storm someone's house a loaded some rounds and left with no justification or explanation yes the family still doesn't know why this happened the f.b.i. is remaining silent you know i understand that there are some very bad individuals
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out there doing some very bad stuff at home but if you don't even really know whose house you're storming or why you're storming it then maybe you should lay off the siege for a while you know what take a few minutes to think it over have a cup of coffee and maybe even do a little google search about the fourth amendment but that's just my opinion. well to the. audience technology innovation all the news developments from around russia we've got the future covered.
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the great russian warriors. prevailing over hazards and asperity. to reenact an epic parade through paris. can make complete. with people's admiration the two hundred. vote.
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more news today violence is once again flared up. these are the images cobol has been seeing from the streets of canada. china operations are all day. welcome back you're watching r.t. now the syrian opposition based within the country is accusing two key of allowing foreign ministry's access through its territory into syria to cause more violence the group also warned western and arab states against meddling in serious affairs by backing rebel factions turkey france britain and the persian gulf war the case have given their full indorsement for a fallen face opposition coalition pledging the more support from abroad in their fight against the government the international community remains divided as to how
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to end the syrian crisis a key player key regional player iran is looking to play a greater role in resolving the conflict. over reports. the conflict in syria sees no end but iran a key regional power and indicated syria is continuing and intensifying its efforts for a peaceful resolution to undermine their diplomatic mission to find north violent and to civil war on its doorstep seven offered to host representatives from all sides of the fighting in syria at a closed door today gathering dubbed no to violence yes democracy took his request for an aid to missiles to be deployed on its border with syria drew the scorn of iran's foreign ministry was that all that would do is aggravate tensions across the whole region and violence has actually already intensified following the latest interventions from western and some arab diplomats when the syrian opposition formed the syrian national coalition as and see it quickly received recognition as
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legitimate voice of the people from the likes of britain and france which even back its conviction by confirming it would send one to help million dollars to get the new organization up and running the dividing lines inside syria have been played out and told the wider by the international community and its divided approach was no coronation. the ordinary syrians caught up in the crossfire don't know where they stand apart from one day hail of shells and bullets more international t.v. reporting from iran. and there is plenty of other news online at r.t. dot com find out why there's one less witness in the high profile multi-million dollar money laundering case here in russia that after the mysterious death of one exiled russian businessman he was expected to deliver a key evidence to the investigation plus a stream and billion dollar gas deal between ukraine and a spanish contract is up in the air with kiev clueless as to why they actually done
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business with. the defense team for u.s. soldier bradley manning who's accused of releasing secret army files to wiki leaks claims he was abused in detention attorney kenzie's believes manning started paying for his alleged crimes long before the trial for nine months he was held in marine base in quantico which i mention really because manning is in the army's there's already strained now this marine brig he was held in solitary confinement very restricted schedule he was no other do exercise in a cell he was now allowed to lie down in the cell all day of the sit up without leaned back against the wall all day he got out one hour a day for exercise and so it was a very restrictive environment are no good reason off the military says is the protect him and the bradley merely because they do it in his in his lawyer who it was punishment for for a crime which would violate the military code of justice so. there's
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a motion to dismiss has been filed and that's what's being already this week dismissed because of pretrial punishment. a moscow court has ruled that videos by the notorious russian punk band pussy riot are extremists and that access to them should be limited among the banned videos is one that shows the group performing an obscenity laced song in russia's main off the docks cathedral calling incident three female members of the band were sentenced to two years in jail for hooliganism motivated by religious hatred when pleaded not guilty to the charges insisting their stand was a political protest against the government after an appeal hearing one of them was released on parole their performance caused outrage among russia's religious community with the trial splitting public opinion. now let's take a look at some other international yeas a series of blasts targeting shiite muslims in iraq southern cities have killed at
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least thirty one people and left dozens wounded a car bomb exploded in karbala which is being visited by thousands of shiite pilgrims during the holy month of more while twin explosions also occurred in the predominately shia muslim city of healer no group has yet claimed responsibility. and u.n. court is acquitted kosovo's former prime minister of war crimes for a second time. was facing charges of murdering and torturing suing the war in yugoslavia at the end of the nine hundred ninety s. his retrial the first day of the un cotton was ordered after the previous process was branded a miscarriage of justice all those a number of generals have been found guilty of war crimes is acquittal means no high profile kosovo albanians have yet been convicted. and a wide reaching report into u.k. media standards is to be published today amid fears it could give the green light for the tightening of press regulations the much anticipated document follows
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a yearlong inquiry into a phone hacking case against former tabloid paper the news of the world which led to charges against high ranking politicians executives and. journalists the report is expected to include recommend ations for reforming the press. coming up after a short break r.t. special report on iraq. it's perched atop a jar drug under view from the tobolsk prevalence stretches as far as the eye can see up for a city that chilled all of siberia for centuries. it lost its economic importance even before it was bypassed by the chance i bear in railway but the a spiritual center.
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eat. things like these are a yearly occurrence thousands of orthodox worshippers themselves and blessid water to commemorate the baptism of jesus. it doesn't matter if it's minus thirty it's a siberian tradition i do it myself every year for everyone to overcome their worst fears it is desirable to take a plunge. but that's picture postcard churches the story of a city built by opportunist explorers political exiles and crafty fur traders. in the fifteen eighties the russians had only just conquered siberia taking it from the muslim. surrounded by enemies to be their stronghold constructed on top of the
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city but soon enough it became an economic hub siberian fire was the oil of its time bringing in a third of all russia's state revenue but the location head of the says for the russians are the. to moscow is one of the most popular places to send political dissent is not any people were exiled that once a giant bell that was used to incite riots was supposed to set a three hundred ten. the russian heiress across who led a revolt against the eight hundred twenty five known as the decembrists worse than heroin drove. there they created a replica high society adopting the latest fashions as soon as they came out or at least once they made it from paris to siberia. but the city also serves up some bit of irony for the russian role family after the bolshevik revolution this is the office was nicholas the second spend most of the last year of his life his whole family had been exiled here and they led a fairly comfortable existence this was
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a big house but they weren't allowed to see visitors or go outside themselves leaving this ordinary normal countryside lifestyle they even had thoughts of escape but within the year bizarre and his family would be dead. never again its political significance but the streets will always echo with a glorious past. like you provide the livelihood for some habitants in the future. early that morning he was. about four thirty. we had to be out of our trucks by seventy and we already knew what we were going on our mission we were told at seven
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pm the night before. the soldier that was sketching a map with the gravel. next to his vehicle some of us saw part of some of the roads are rich and i was sure would read man we left the post. nearing eleven o'clock we're going down the road and we got pretty close to the i believe that the grubby prison and also the traffic there's no traffic. and right about then. i mean bullets came from everywhere souter's like we were in a hail storm there were coming through my doors and he might tanker it in the windshield or pull into it in the. you could hear it coming through one door hit the other door with a large tree and on a dare just come in everywhere and that it just it reached
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a crescendo it just seemed like it never stopped after that. they're going to hear the man. crying on the radio yelling for help burning down burning help me help me please don't let me die interact friends that i had promised before that. you know if they broke down or something happened i wouldn't leave from here and scream and. head to head help me help me please i don't want to die here i was completely saturated with blood on my parents or soaked with blood my sure you said from derek there was just absolutely just sheer terror. just absolutely positively horrifying. i still feel i just still have that chafey sort of thing in me that's like said here right now it's like i'm i'm still here.


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