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egypt's opposition groups slap their demands on president morsi after a night of clashes reportedly forced him to sneak out of the barn door of his own presidential palace. in the hands of the past to the white house small thing serious this is a rebel function as a terrorist organization and i don't expect an aid pledge to opposition three. days are over here is they were brand new on calls to reveal the truth about its nuclear program refusing to our knowledge of atomic weapons or provide proof to our .
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international news live from moscow this is all she was me you there thanks for joining it's opposition groups in egypt have a true set of demands to the country's president mohamed morsi aimed at scrapping his latest political drives this follows a fierce standoff outside the presidential palace in cairo which reportedly forced the egyptian leader to flee the building and kyra based reporter about true. i was that in the march ten tens of thousands of protesters coming from various locations in cairo and converging in front of the presidential palace in this suburb of cairo when they got there they were greeted by police behind barbed wire and really i mean speaking of the protesters they felt like they wanted to protest the walls of the presidential palace to the president not to what they said was a bunch of police so what happened is they broke through the barbed wire which obviously was meant to tear gas so quite close to you guys by the police who
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actually fled eventually the tens of thousands of protesters continue and had their protest in front of the rules right now as you can see behind me got an ongoing sit in the hundreds that sleeping in paris square in addition we've got hundreds outside the presidential palace also staging a sit in the national salvation front which is the kurdish the opposition forces they have three points they put towards a president morsi the first one is for this contentious constitutional declaration which she issued last week which awards him sweeping powers to be rescinded the second one is the referendum on the constitution what's happened recently is of course that the egypt's constitution was written very fast who passed by the president to put to referendum which many people see quite a bad move by the president if they believe that the assembly that wrote the constitution is in fact the descendants so they're asking for this referendum which
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is due to take place next week to be canceled the third point is for a new constituent assembly one representative of egypt what happens was during that the process of drafting the constitution the majority of the leftist liberals and church representatives staged a mass walk out of the assembly saying that they were quite believed by the islamist dominated body into writing a kind of constitution they don't like we've got quite a few major sectors of egypt. i t which are joining the protests for example yesterday we saw a journalist striking at least fourteen newspapers and different need t.v. channels refused to publish yesterday in protest of what they said was impingement on press freedoms and freedoms of expression in addition we have judicial strike which has been ongoing now since the constitution that gratian was announced we have also seen supports our view of presidents and the brotherhood to his organization we still must run these on sunday organized by the regime brotherhood
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an ultra conservative groups so we're really seeing is a divided country and human rights activist how many believes they are with throw up president morsi once in a result of the crisis which is being seen by many egyptians as a relapse into the country's uprising last year. it's a cover hard situation if whether it was morsi or any other candidates. this confusion has started with the military council taking over and in all the constitutional declaration that came afterwards for doing the work today nation so i think it's a built up to what we have been going through since the initial uprising in generally to say lebanon even if the opposition some of the opposition i think you know but over so in him i do think there is a general population that seems to want more stability and economic instability in one to end it's the political turmoil in the overthrew him now do we do have to go through another circle of elections again in like four months i do think that the
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majority of people would like to go with this option. when reaching for the skies it's not a bad idea to ask friends for help but sometimes even from tough like what's in it later on washington is having trouble venting its allies to into subsystems or on trips outside. the cream of syria's rebel functions the nusra front will soon reports claim be designated a terrorist organization by the united states behind line islamist group has been at the forefront of recent rebel victories in syria where some describing it as the most elite of all the anti assad forces the group said to have been behind a slew of suicide bombings and filmed executions but has avoided any serious scrutiny from foreign backers until now while nato has promised to station patriot ante and missiles in turkey at the request of ankara a move that some have dubbed and tactic. every best secure their happens
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anywhere in the suburbs of damascus we will use our people there by islamist games as well and some drugs. both these were the games themselves border but so you reveal some logistical support by by turkey. weapons in the black market in the middle east and as far as the ukraine is we already know we have to analyze the picture of missiles at the border with that too late just how high why do you usually hear only u.s. officials for chemical weapons being deployed both of our shots are just completely absurd hype are you saying that they are ready weeks you look not only the components you mix the one you already have a weapon already loaded with this components which are kept separate and then the chemical reaction south happens inside the riffle after it has been or your body is mixing and is saying at the moment what we need to speculate but with
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a certain degree of reason is that the league moving some of its chemical weapons so the won't be captured by some of this is not missed gangs in fact beacher missile isn't that attack weapon is not a deterrent and also especially considering that the syrian army would never launch missiles across the border against turkey because the normal they will be attacking our nato allies. supporting the rebels as one thing but pursing sparks in our son's wills is not that america has been demanding iraq search planes for weapons going so far as to call an end to ground passing chats but as a partner of course there's not a whole other thing as asking for that and back down. as the syrian government struggles to stay in power fighting against rebels backed by the west america is also attempting to suffocate the alleged weapons flying into damascus washington accuses iran of being the key arms supplier to assad forces and to stop the
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transfer the u.s. is now reportedly demanding that baghdad inspect planes flying from iran over its airspace into syria and the american government for sure. very strong. many other countries this is just one more amazing thing is that government is saying that they can control flights over countries in force . force and. by doing so the u.s. has created something of a paradox forcing iraq to prevent iran from dealing with syria by bringing up this issue of so-called weapons supplied to just another way to pressure the baghdad regime united states feel that it's not invested blood and treasure in terms of overthrowing saddam hussein that it has the right if not the obligation to then order the internal affairs of the baghdad regime obviously. objects to this kind of
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approach and i daresay that the iraqi people object to that approach as well unnamed u.s. officials have complained that baghdad is not doing enough to cooperate with washington's demands since september iraq has only managed to allegedly inspect two iranian planes baghdad does not have an air force and grounding planes is proving too costly as they must be refueled after each check recently iraq made it clear that it is not willing to march to the beat of america's drum in an interview with the new york times iraq's minister of transportation said quote we are an independent country and our stance is clear we will search whichever plane. we want whenever we want we will not take orders i think they're expecting one else to take our most countries doing it in a sanctions or treatment on the american government so. there's shock that the iraq
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don't feel the same want to. look at them in iraq is. even before the war started with the sanctions and the killing of children by lack of medicine all the way through. other countries including syria nearly one decade after saddam hussein was ousted by the u.s. led invasion into your block washington is pressuring a new government of the very same country to help move the leader of a different one as america continues supporting syria's opposition in part by police if you want iraq's refusal to march in lock step with orders has created something of a middle east trying all the white house may not be able to navigate bring up or not artsy the. now big brother turns its all seeing eye to the u.k. trying to build that government to people's taxes he's promised privacy concerns
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secretary labor and everyone labeling everyone else to terrorists beat up my. feet no one should be proud of heaps of scrap metal littering pristine arctic landscape building stilton over their foundation pipes spewing black smoke over the snow covered peaks the traces of the soviet industrial activity on the spitzbergen archipelago don't make a pretty picture of the guiding principle here is the worst the better that can do nine hundred eighty s. bearings work was a burgeoning mining community. union was determined to maintain at all costs. half way between north america and western europe bergen archipelago is part of norway with a special status that allows other countries to set up industrial bases here in the
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middle of the cold war it served as the us is ours westernmost outpost now it's one of the last preserved relics. it is essentially a picture of what would have happened to the soviet union if it was cut off from any financial support for two decades it's a curious site for western tourists and i think it could be even more appealing for russian travellers the local administration is increasingly under pressure to bring the infrastructure up to more than standards these modernization efforts are not very popular with tourists if you come into a very authentic place like. it should stay the way it is that would be my wish i mean that's the part of the let you know authentic tradition here. i should not i would not like to have it in a shiny condition to be honest this time to change even for the better is not always good for business something that even a local band has become attuned to when they try to add morning russian songs to
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their repertoire the audience called all they wanted to hear it was a song comfortably familiar. more news today. these are the images. from the streets of. operation. sure is that so much given to each musician. in the market the urge would seem to
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see only two years ago could become a reality very soon with a strong sense of identity and straight across the middle east to. welcome back this is people in britain phrase being branded terrorists a paedophiles if they refused to allow the government to pry into the internet. at least that's according to the u.k.'s home secretary of the she said anyone opposed to the communications data bill fell into one of those groups pointed out the story . the way it would work if possed is that the police and security services would have unbridled access to your internet data by obliging mobile phone service
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providers and internet providers to store that internet history your data for yeah now the government say that it's a necessary move in order to safeguard the public and to fight crime that's being organized through the internet increasingly such as that extremism and paedophile rings but civil liberties groups are up in arms about it they say it's an in and infringement of your civil rights they've called it the snoopers charter and we hit the streets of london a little bit earlier to talk to the general public about what they thought of the prospect of the government being able to snoop in on the e-mail history of their web browsing history and their social networking history let's take a listen to what they told us how would you feel about the police having access to internet search history not so good without my consent i think it's something like my concern i wouldn't mind right to privacy just. with the.
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i would mind but only. on the very condition i think you have to have control of one area of your life or let them in one area just they have access to areas that i am secretary to reason may she's behind the draft bill and she's been lobbying it quite aggressively and some critics saying in rather a bizarre fashion actually she said in an interview with the sun the criminals terrorists and paedophiles will want m.p.'s to vote against this bill whereas victims of crime police and the public will want them to vote for it and it's a question of whose side you're on now i've got nick pickles who's the director of civil liberties group big brother watch in the studio here with me now nick here's something to you on are all the people opposed to this legislation criminals terrorists and paedophiles. the home secretary suggests that it's politically ridiculous to say that everybody opposed this bill force in those categories there
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are people from every political party senior law enforcement officers technical experts so i think it was a very crude argument but with the. secretary but we've got interpol saying that cyber crime is now one of the fastest growing criminal activities on the planet i mean the government's right to looking for some sort of solution to this growing problem well in the big thing about this bill is if you're looking for a lead with a haystack you don't solve a problem but there are lots more hope we should have a new powers but they should be used against individuals no operations what this bill proposes is that everybody in the country behavior is monitored and we're all treif the suspects or there you have it a very controversial idea from the home office and one that might not go down too well with the rest of the government we've got reports that deputy prime minister nick clegg is preparing to oppose it because of the prospect of infringement of civil rights here in the u.k. and staying with the u.k. where separate his sentiment is on the rise as the london call for
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a referendum on whether britain should come back its ties with the e.u. like my groundswell of public support for a complete withdrawal from the bloc that's ahead. the united nations general assembly is pressing israel to reveal its nuclear arsenal israel has lashed out against they overwhelmingly approval of the resolution which calls for international inspectors to be allowed to examine its atomic program its foreign minister said the vote was meaningless the country also rejected a u. one backed conference on a new free middle east israel denies it has nuclear weapons but refuses to provide proof that it doesn't. try to live the veil surrounding israel's atomic program. it's a story that has all the ingredients and the truth of a hollywood blockbuster nuclear smuggling a hollywood. and in the israeli prime minister it's a story that here in tel aviv the authorities don't want to talk about that too is
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waning americans have put pen to paper it's probably the least best kept secret in the world on center stage is on on mulch and a hollywood producer and israeli undercover agent who is alleged to have smuggled nuclear triggers from the united states into israel a california engineer richard kelly smith says he was recruited by most in the early seventy's smith was later convicted in the united states of running an american front company to help move. the story first surface to be i falls' released at the end of last year and in joseph goldman's tell all book confidential this was a very limited operation in fact when the account which is the hebrew acronym for science liaison with the nablus even the mossad with unaware of its existence and only it was basically created behind the back of this will security establishment only of this year the f.b.i. released these documents from a seven year investigation which began in one thousand nine hundred five they show how
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a network of front companies connected to these weighty defense ministry smuggled nuclear triggers out of the united states to israel what's apparent in the documents is that the israeli ministry of defense would place an order for prohibited items with an israeli company called he light trading the light trading is where benjamin netanyahu worked and would meet with richard kelly smith. when he visited israel then they would transfer the order to an organization called milko in california to fulfill the order violating export control act and shipping the triggers out of the united states they called it the operation project pinto all the allegations are based on smith's testimony and many have been surprised by the detail if you take a look at the documents netanyahu is definitely mentioned in the document and that's what surprised us because typically. you get two types of sensors of this type of document sometimes a block off an entire page sometimes of just block off
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a name in this case netanyahu his name is clearly stated in the documents in the documents it is alleged netanyahu asked mulch and the hollywood producer not to discuss the matter publicly in a written response to r.t. the israeli foreign ministry denied all allegations which is hardly a surprise as television's official position is neither to confirm nor deny position of nuclear arms relatively few people have overall knowledge of these raiding nuclear program and there are few leaks the last time an israeli insider leaked confidential information was way back in one nine hundred eighty six nuclear technician to modify vanunu was subsequently kidnapped by israeli agents in italy and brought back to israel to face trial convicted and served eighteen years of jail time much of it in solitary confinement and that their operation went on for many years in israel exactly achieve the technology in the materials necessary to
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obtain the nuclear deterrence arsenal that it has today probably the fifth largest article in the world on the other side of the story aside from the leaked documents washington to is keeping quiet israeli nuclear capabilities are some of the most guarded secrets the u.s. government holds far more secret some would argue than information it. but for the foreseeable future the book on israel's nuclear secrets is closed. r.t. israel. and on r.t. dot com disguises disposable cell phones and other deception it's a hit and run story abolish the murder and antivirus inventor john mcafee takes a look at something the bottom line there that's not as prosecution believes where his neighbor was. maybe gas has and sounds authorities are proposing to have big residents with a breadboard of harassment to separate homes where they live in converted to shipping containers that are more pointing out. of
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london that has suggested the u.k. should significantly power back its ties with the e.u. dubbing the euro as a calamitous project and he called it a referendum on the role of the country in the blog robert oulds director of the bridge group think tank size the mayor has struck a chord with the british people as the majority want the u.k. out of the you once and for all according to the opinion polls most people in britain do want the u.k. out of the european union they think the e.u. is a massive burden both in terms of tax amount of money you have to pay to see you each year and of course it regularly treat burden trade with other businesses individuals on the continent will always continue whether we're in the you whether we're out of the year you remember the european economic area britain has global trading links we don't really need to be run by brussels and the institutions of ukraine union telling this country what to do we're big enough to manage our own affairs the economic evidence is really pointing towards if it were to leave the
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european union it would be actually help the british economy it would actually help our economy to grow and it would reduce the burden on the british taxpayer. and listens capital account is up next. well. science technology innovation all the list i'm elements from around russia we've got the future are covered.
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good afternoon welcome to capital account i'm lauren lyster here in washington d.c. these are your headlines for tuesday december fourth two thousand and twelve the g.o.p. has made a counteroffer to the white house on the fiscal cliff and the endless conversation continues today with president obama giving his first post-election one on one interview here's a snippet i think the issue right now and when will the two of you sit down in around the you know i don't think that the issue right now has to do with sitting
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in a room. there was plenty of that throughout the interview but do these twenty four seven deficit debates do you want to undermine perceptions of america and the dollars position in the international monetary system then they do to address the nation's growing debt we'll discuss uncle sam's exorbitant privilege despite the budget woes and assess the competitive currency landscape plus the dollar fell against other currencies to a six week low this morning according to reuters which cited concerns over a fiscal cliff deal but what does this so-called dollar index really gauge when it comes to the greenbacks true value will break it down and word of the day and paying people to track that comings and goings of private corporate jets in the big woods on them amounts to this. material nonpublic information which is different as the information that the average investor doesn't have the capability of an insider trading case pretty standard. there is
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a debate we'll talk about it and loose change let's get to today's capital account . well this whole cliff debate seems to consume the domestic airwaves it also reverberated around the global echo chamber providing the baseline for headlines like this that we found a day in the english edition of the chinese government news source no deal in sight on the u.s. fiscal cliff to the international edition of the german paper der spiegel budget disarray us set to restage greek tragedy now it may not represent the same type of threat but it is reminiscent of the debt ceiling debate in the summer of two thousand.


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