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palestinian triumph an israeli diplomatic defeat as the u.n. overwhelmingly votes to recognize palestinian statehood by upgrading its status and the organization. the new draft constitution based on islamic law gets the seal of approval from egypt's muslim lawmakers or the opposition calling for mass protests to boycott the charter. the world's most famous whistleblower julian assange promises more astonishing we can lease revelations as he speaks exclusively to our team at the court there were an embassy in london. this is r.t. coming to life from moscow was marina joshing palestine as one long away the state
recognition at the un after more than just thirds of member states voted in favor of upgrading its status the decision came as a blow to israel and the u.s. who harshly opposed the move and who now say the measure doesn't change anything right after the historic vote my colleague john thomas spoke to our correspondents in new york and tel aviv as well as an activist in gaza. one hundred thirty eight countries including russia voted in support of the draft resolution that now elevates palestine status to non member observer state palestine will be able to join the international criminal court this would allow palestine to press for investigations into israel's practices in the occupied territories it would also be able to join us agencies forty one countries abstained from voting on the resolution and nine countries voted no that includes the u.s. u.s. ambassador to the u.n. susan rice addressed the general assembly calling palestine's un bid of provocative
action and also encouraged palestine and israel to resume direct negotiations clearly this changes the dynamic very much so within the u.n. general assembly while palestine is not considered does not have full membership at the united nations having this member of server status is extremely symbolic and does show at the end of the day where the international community does stand on this issue right now harry you are in gaza as we speak what's the mood there on the ground at the moment and do you see the this good will actually change anything on the ground. gazans obviously jubilant about this result. was and i mean this here in gaza. city was.
to receive the change anything on the ground. in the west going with the illegal settlements. in the city and see if ok ok thing that the army was rolled on that will be rolled back as a result of these. illegal. it will be affected by this and our state. of israel taken the news of this vote so far. well when the israeli ambassador to the united nations one poser put forward his address to the united nations general assembly he was essentially with the same thing what has been and continues to be the israeli point of view he said that the palestinian leadership made a mistake in making this vote in the first place he said that the resolution was one sided and it did not in any way it grace the security concerns and that the state of israel has also said that it would push the peace process forward
backwards rather than move it forward and this is a view that we've heard repeatedly from the israeli prime minister binyamin netanyahu he says that the only way forward for two state solution is to be direct negotiations at the negotiating table between israelis and palestinians and cannot in any decoration of the state are first having these negotiations going through a long lasting peace now we have heard already cold calls for sanctions we certainly have heard earlier this week from the israeli foreign minister avigdor lieberman who says that it needs to be extreme reaction to the palestinians if indeed they go ahead with this but certainly the in the recent days and in the recent now was there has been toned down israeli reaction so if we as a base in there was going to go the direction of the palestinians we know also that the israelis have been scared of making any kind of statements that could be used against him in the future but at the moment in his role the reaction was muted it
was very much expected that the blood would go in this direction. reporting there are tel aviv and marina porton i am new york an activist harry fear in gaza now despite israeli and u.s. claims that the u.n. vote creates obstacles to peace the palestinian leader insists he's a missed a very new life into negotiations and rushes about the u.n. in his interview with r.t. said he agrees the un vote might just be the lever needed to get talks back on track. today is an important day it's sixty five years ago the resolution was adopted by the general assembly about dividing palestine and creating two states only one of them has been created israel now we believe it's high time to move towards. setting up the other state the palestinian state and this appear and opinion obviously is shared by those countries who voted for this resolution the international community is fed up with the conflict countries in the united nations
believe that dramatic steps need to be taken in order to have this conflict resolved so to have the talks move in a way which would have been the preference of most including russia through bilateral channels between the israelis and the palestinians within that it would be very wrong of this for the world to turn or somebody were to try to turn it into further confrontation between the israelis and the palestinians. while the wound vote could be seen as a failure of israeli diplomacy and also cause into question america's policy in the middle east u.s. secretary of state hillary clinton as called the recognition of palestine unfortunate saying it damages hopes of peace but such rhetoric is only damaging washington says ramsey beirut editor at palestine chronicle dot com what hillary clinton has actually said can only be understood within the old context the u.s. is evil to get out of the rot it's political rot of many years partly the united
states its is stuck in its own foreign policy of all it is incapable of adapting to a new middle east to the so-called arab spring to the new realities that are merging from the region it is still trying to side with the lobby is trying to back right or wrong along with you either that or trying to basically exist within within the american politics. it's embarrassing day for american foreign policy today yet they persist and they refuse to depart and leave that or start to school politics today was this this amazing historic chance for the rest of the international community to challenge the u.s. and israel and their dictates and to say in one or more years voice that we do support in principle the establishment of a palestinian state. the historic u.n.
vote and prospects for peace are also the topics up for fierce debate in the latest edition of crossfire here's a taste of what's coming up for you later today. that's not the way to run an issue of the people who want to have a homeland yet people want to have a homeland it's not enough to have declaration you have to build your nature towards that. romney is complete lucidity of my clearly not suffering from. but i'm not sure why he's the problem there is the post in the us won't negotiate if you read through go toward two year record the one conclusion you reach the out there on the conclusion is nothing. it's like the children song the wheels from the bus go round the room and the reason nothing happened is because. let's apply the international law and resolve the conflict and. we reject international law we're going to the sorry resolution the conflict on the
terms that suit us. agents islamist dominated constitutional sample he has passed and new draft constitution opposition leaders are already calling for mass protests against the charter that's based on sharia law saying it cracks down on freedom the country's been shaken by over a week of violent turmoil sparked by president morsi is moved to sunni or absolute power as journalist bell truce says new constitution is only likely to ask a lady on rest well this course if you are the cause which are quite contentious now being discussed today as they were read out while the members of a constituent assembly were voting on them one in particular is out for which awards which is the highest islamic authority legislative we can be another one. which gives the state the ability to maintain moral behavior against quite unclear in addition minutes. trials for civilians are still being allowed in the
constitution this is being only going campaign by revolutionaries since january of two thousand and eleven because it's actually illegal under international law and these this practice of trying to billions from the military judges seems to be very ethical have been ongoing clashes now directly below are just off the square this it continued now on to the cornice. well the growing unrest in egypt as well as protests in the b.n. tunisia manning our us are now questioning just how much change the arab spring has brought to these countries that is gone and she counts found out there are fears that instead of a better and brighter future these nations may actually be sliding towards a grimmer fate. less than two years after egypt from people out. hosni mubarak mohamed morsi granted himself even more power than his predecessor head with a special to create president morsi make sure that no court can challenges decisions . that the president's power grab brought hundreds of thousands of egyptians onto
the street with a shared says that their aspirations were being betrayed. unfortunately replace the corrupt regime of mubarak with a regime that is more strict and violent the draft version of egypt's new constitution inserts new islamic references into the country's system of government and keeps in place an article defining the principles of shari'a as the main source of legislation whether or not the. moderates. in the united states and washington the various islamic organizations that dominate in the us but when they come into power they put a lot grip on power it is socially establish an islamic dictatorship the sense of betrayal and disappointment has not left the stream so. the first country to witness an arab spring uprising unemployment there skyrocketed in the wake of the revolution and is now at eighteen percent of our demands are the same as those that
have been made during the revolution we want jobs development in the region and the equitable sharing of wealth we also demand the dismissal of the governor who has done nothing for this region but it's comprised the development here as the arab spring unfolded less than two years ago the obama administration jumped on the bandwagon of the revolutions hoping to forge better alliances with the new leaders . in review. the u.s. prompted the change with airstrikes in orme supplies were seen polls makers here in washington trying very hard to present the arab spring as a success story up until september washington had the revolution in libya check as a foreign policy victory for president obama after all the u.s. provided most of the firepower which led to the capture and the killing of moammar gadhafi only after the tragic attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi and the murder of the american ambassador there did leave you come back into a spotlight and the chaos that we see there now flies in the face of that success story narrative protests frequently disrupt operations at the main oil refinery in
western libya while the new government in libya has little or no control over the numerous militia groups the civil war has left the country shredded to pieces with radical islam is taking advantage of the chaos so many in the post-revolutionary north african countries despair and violence have replaced the hopes of the arab spring in washington i'm going to check out. our has been inside the ecuadorian embassy in london to speak with julian assange. do you think that something is knowledge is cable kates could ever happen again. what's the time next year we are all the way. in good spirits that we can lease editor sasa he's the least of his concerns when it comes to reaching goals plus. this is all useless we have already given much money and they should start to. put its money germans are becoming increasingly angry greece out of its debt hole this is the country's m.p.'s vote
for an aid package for the struggling state warned that in just a few moments. a lovely quiet morning of. amalie 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
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 it's just my opinion. more news today violence is once again flared up. these are the images the world from history and canada. change operations rule the day.
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which. is programs and documentaries in arabic it's all here on. reporting from the world talks books of b r p interviews intriguing stories are you . been trying. to find out more visit our big teeth dot com. welcome back you're with our tina the world's most famous whistleblower join us on his again in the headlines as the media speculates on the condition of his health meanwhile the sound himself promises more sensational classified disclosures as he speaks to our midst of ecuadorian embassy in london were he's been holed up for almost six months. as any journalist working in london now is i'm pretty familiar
with standing outside the ecuadorian embassy waiting for julian assange is to come out and talk from the balcony just to my right here but this evening i've been inside your embassy to talk to judy and i saw he's recently written a book a book called cypherpunks freedom and the future of the internet and that's what he really wants to talk about at the moment and we did talk about that we talked about how he sees this increase in state surveillance is hugely damaging for the entire fabric of society how companies and governments can minute the internet for data that is placed there willingly but unwittingly boy citizens all over the world let's just listen into a little bit of what he said about that we all think of. some kind of public realm where we can throw ideas and communication with writers and books and exist somewhere out there actually very exist. who are physically controls this
controls the realm of our ideas and communications and whoever is able to sit on those communications channels can intercept entire nations. joining us on it has been cooped up in the embassy behind me for more than five months now and you may have heard reports in the media in the last couple of days that he's developed along condition but in fact his people are saying that there is no lung condition although he does have quite a pervasive cough actually looks pretty pale quite thin but he seems to be in high spirits but the possibility the specter of a serious illness has raised questions about what the government of this country would do if he was ill would there loud medical help to go into the embassy would if he had to get out to go to hospital would they use that as an excuse to arrest him he at this current moment doesn't want to talk about his personal situation he's much more interested in talking about the book that he's just read. of the back of the program that he made but nevertheless. about his general held when i
asked him whether there could ever be as bleak as significant as cable gate of which we've of course just seen the two year anniversary he said that we should watch this space do you think that something has lowered just cable kate could ever happen again and that would have a similar impact. play next year. what's the time next year when you go into. that we should watch out for that you can see my whole interview with judy in ourselves later on in the program. is laura smith there as she just said the full interview was june the sun is coming your way at eleven thirty g.m.t. . how europeans have united for another collector show anger as doctors from all over the continent have been protesting in portugal workers from spain belgium and other east aides have marched to the parliament building in lisbon to protest against looming cuts apparently in protest comes as the latest bailout deal for
greece which remains of the center of the commons debt crisis is set to go through the german parliament there's growing frustration and the powerhouse both among politicians and the people about the cost the country has to bear for the rescue are just we are all over reports. the vote in the german parliament on friday isn't just a vote on greek financial aid it's also been seen very much as a test of calls all forward to. the opposition parties in the parliament. and she's going to have to prove to the latest round of financial aid is in germany's best interest to vote for it what this latest package essentially means is that for twenty thirteen germany is set to lose around seven hundred and thirty million euros due to implementing these latest measure is. that is enough because we won't see this money ever. again. at some point it should be
stopped but it's high time they were capable of helping themselves. but some day we could also go through. this on a speculative this is all used we've already given the so much money and they should start to pay. my opinion and there's nothing more i can say and. it does seem to debate that took place on thursday that the majority of the the social democrats in the green party will get on board with proposed aid package for greece most important for and gloom urkel is making sure they to her own coalition stay on side and stay message in a test vote on this issue that took place earlier in the week we saw ten members of our own party vote against her we're going to see a general election here in germany between september and october of twenty thirty will be looking for. the chancellor and she's going to need the support of her
policy under the bill the qualities that make up the coalition so this vote on a person for greece but especially important for angle of merkel and her hopes of reelection. could all reporting there well and peter is keeping an eye on the upcoming vote of course so you can follow his twitter feed for all the latest developments now let's take a look at some other stories from around the world the syrian government says it has regained control over the road leading to your nation's main international airport after intense fighting with rebel forces earlier several international airlines the span of flights to damascus because of the battles and internet services were also down in the country with the government and the opposition blaming each other for the blackout. the british press need a tougher form of self-regulation under pen by legislation that's according to a much anticipated reported to me a standards which fall the inquiry into phone hacking case against now defunct
tabloid newspaper the news of the world prime minister cameron supports most of the spying. audition more transparent that would suggest they restrict free speech. now stay for a special report cossacks invasion shortly after the break. if you're passing through russia's to be a region you really can walk on the wild side thousands of kilometers of unspoilt countryside make up an area where it's still possible to live off the land such spectacular scenery makes it a paradise for fisherman and provides a business opportunity for hunters there are defined hunting seasons in russia but lax enforcement means many animals are killed out of the allotted times which can leave young animals orphaned and unable to survive the heart of just us forest
provides a sanctuary for the most famous beast in russia it's home to a group who rescue often bear cubs and raise them when they're old enough to fend for themselves the cubs a target taken to a remote location and released back into the wild but it's not just bears who find a haven here this is wolf island here wolf pups who've been captured by hunters or bought from zoos have a second chance at life and conservationists have a unique opportunity to observe them these walls are all around four months old and they'll stay in this area for up to three years then most will go back to the wild for good just viewing them from the car was an experience in itself but then after a bit of a bumpy ride came an opportunity i just couldn't pass up. this is what i was hoping for when i heard i was coming to a place called wolf island a chance to get close and personal with the locals and it's these guys going to act as pasta parents for the next generation will come here using the old walls as
surrogate parents has already proved a successful technique. every year i place infant wolves with one year old wolf cubs his parental instinct is totally shaped and they take them as their own cubs it's going to continue to take time and money to rehabilitate the wolf's reputation in russia. but the keepers here hope their research and dedication will mean that wolf island remains a place where visitors can truly understand the cool of the wilds.
sigrid laboratory. was able to build a new most sophisticated robot which fortunately doesn't sound anything turns mission to teach creation why it should care about humans and. this is why you should care only. in lines of three arms length apart word march. on an ordinary autumn morning in the provincial french town of montrose life is taking its new jle laid back course but today the townsfolk are in for a surprise russian cause that troops from the napoleonic wars have returned and it's a great day. the likes of these men have not been seen here for the past two hundred years it's almost as though a full parade has travelled through time bringing with it all the splendor of the pure bred horses weapons adama but with typical of the day. and the russian
cossacks a hero again marching towards paris. told them fall. asleep it comes from a family of cossacks and he's learned to sing the old version of the must see when his horse became lame during the journey the silly had to trail behind the procession. he still believes the question of who won the battle is relevant. but you would say the battle ended in a draw but it was an honorable droll there's no doubt the french emerged victorious they did override the battlefield and whoever sees the battlefield was the victor but even if it was a victory it was a. good morning well over. at least. the excitement and grandeur of paris has still
a long way in the future. just beginning to get ready for the journey. and it all started here exactly one year ago. on. bacilli is making ready to ride his horse is called. good boy. for a ride down. just like a member of the family they often joked at the horses are even more dead and their wives and children. need to talk to him all the time you see he's just like a toddler he sees the world the same way. from all over the area have come to take part in the journey none of them has their own horse they haven't even seen. until now but still tamed only a short while ago refused even to allow anyone.