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egypt's opposition protests against mohamed morsi stripping new powers reach the presidential palace forcing completely out the back to. the u.k. government's policies to monitor the population online may be increased by a draft law which the government says only those finding with terrorists and paedophiles would object. and israel refuses to comply with u.n. demands that it open is ime of knowledge needed facilities for inspection and then the nonproliferation warning the general assembly vote very.
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live from moscow with me to bomb would say the standoff between mohamed morsi and egypt's opposition group continues hundreds of protesters camped outside the presidential palace in cairo suburbs the angry crowds are spread from the iconic squared to the outskirts of the city where the president forced to feed through the back door of the palace and choose day cairo based reporter bell truly is following developments. i was that in the march tenth that tens of thousands of protesters coming from various locations in cairo converging in front of the presidential palace in a 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 met with seven tear gas so quite a lot of take asked by the police who actually fled eventually and the tens of
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thousands of protesters continue and had their protest there in front of the rules right now as you can see behind me got an ongoing sit in the hundreds that sleeping in on tahrir square and in addition we've got hundreds outside the presidential palace also staging a sit in the national salvation front which is the kurdish opposition forces they have three points that they put towards president morsi the first one is for this contentious constitutional declaration which she issued last week which awards him sweeping powers to be rescinded but the second one is the referendum on the constitution what's happened recently is of course that the egypt's constitution was written very fast we passed by the president to put to referendum which many people see quite a bad move by the president as they believe that the assembly that wrote the constitution is in fact in just a minute so they're asking for this referendum which is due to take place next week
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to be canceled the third point is for a new constituent assembly or one representative of egypt what happens was during the process of drafting the constitution the majority of the leftist liberals and church representatives staged a mass recount of the assembly saying that they were quite bullied by the islamist dominated body into writing a kind of constitution they don't like we've got quite a few made to see sectors of egypt. i t which are joining the protests for example yesterday we saw a journalist striking at least fourteen newspapers and different unique t.v. channels refused to publish yesterday in protest of what they said was impingement on press freedoms and freedom of expression in addition we have a judicial strike which has been ongoing there or since the constitution that gratian was announced we have also seen the support of the president and the brotherhood his organization we saw mass rallies on suffer day organized by the mission brotherhood an ultra conservative groups so we're really seeing is
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a divided country. the longer the deadlock between president and the opposition in egypt goes on the greater the danger things could spiral out of control let us know what do you think the stand of might actually lead to by taking part in our poll at our dot com and here's all the big looks a lot of third of those you've had to say believe the gyptian new deal will cancel his new decrees in order to stay in office just over a quarter think the new wave will lead to government protests will result in further instability leading to a libya style or slightly less so say of the current situation will be to the military and acts president mubarak's clique of coming back to co-opt and finally less than fifteen percent i'm convinced morsi is resignation and new elections are inevitable let us know what you think at r.t. dot com. the u.s. is preparing to send patriot missiles to turkey often need to approve the plan to defend itself against potential missile attacks from inside syria and america's
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also pressuring iraq to surge in syria bound planes for weapons even demanding it grounds all passing jets but baghdad isn't enthusiastic as marina but now reports. 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 transfer the us is now reportedly demanding that baghdad inspect planes flying from iran over its airspace into syria and the american government unfortunately. very strong. in many other countries this is just one more amazing thing is the american government is saying that they can control flights over countries in force. force and.
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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 feels that it 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 approach and i daresay that the iraqi people object to that approach as well the names 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
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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 the. treatment of the american government so the. shock the iraq you don't feel the same one why should the nearly one decade after saddam hussein was ousted by the u.s. led invasion into iraq washington are sharing a new cover of the very same country to help the leader of a different one as americans continue supporting syria's opposition in part by police in iran iraq for its all to march in lockstep with borders has pretty something of a middle east triangle the white house may not be able to navigate bring up or not
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artsy new york. turkish troops and helicopters have pounded to the kurdish area near the border with syria killing thirteen suspected militants across as sincere is being seen as a chance for could his aspirations for statehood how and whether that will happen is a subject up for debate in the latest episode of cross talk coming up later today. probably to go on for feels that he has given a lot to kurdish people any feel that kurds must be quite happy for to have kids go to right now and they should stop asking for any further rights or they should stop complaining about their mistreatment so people can romanticize about a larger kurdistan which includes course from you know turkey and syria and iraq and iran and so on so and people think that this is this is their right it may be it may be possible to keep the territorial integrity integrity of turkey syria and iraq is still a kurdish rights and freedoms. opposing
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a new law allowing the government to pry into people's internet activity would be to side with paedophiles and terrorists that's the warning from britain's home secretary who is determined to push through the controversial bill which would see all web communications stored and made available to police without a warrant archies politico explains. 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 providers and internet providers to store that internet history your data for a year and 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
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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 concern i think something like my concern i wouldn't mind seeing right. would not be. i would mind but only if it was authorized by a magistrate on the very condition i think you have to have control of one area of your life or let them in one area they're just they have access to the home 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 criminals
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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 mick 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 no it's politically ridiculous to say that everybody oppose this bill force and those categories there are people from every political party senior law enforcement officers technical experts so i think it was a very crude argument one that didn't help anybody from the home 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 for looking for some sort of solution to this growing problem well in the big thing about this bill
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is if you're looking for a needle in a haystack you don't solve the problem but i think a lot more we should have a new powers but they should be used against individuals a known operations what this bill proposes is that everybody in the country behavior is monitored of which all treats the suspects or they have it a very quiet for virtual idea from the home office and one that might not go to 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. . well there more from the header with a look at how london's may as well is what the brits have long been thinking and they use continued financial crisis ahead of the british capital as the u.k. to hold a referendum over the country's membership making an exit aspect. of . china's rivers are planning any image to revamp amid growing criticism of the government's extravagant lifestyle has also suffered here not.
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tucked in between the russian mainland japan and the sun coming island is the island of minute on named after french seafarer who discovered it it is described as the pride of the sakhalin region we'll take a look at what's in store for us here. until two thousand and four the island was part of the borders own and was completely restricted to visit is no the spectroscope place is open to tourists unique plants and animals are its top attraction. really has been exploring the deaths of the world seas for several decades but it's here at more your own island where here is finally found what he'd been looking for
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. the water here is very clear the visibility is very good and the underwater world here is extremely rich i've been to many diving locations across the planet including the island of bali on top of my list while some go to the cycling region to enjoy the sights others convert the arlen's nature's riches into a healthy dollar it is home to the biggest seafood processing factory in russia the tonight shock hundreds of thousands of tons of fish get caught in the nets too late to produce delicious sell. caviar almost and there is a serious tribute of any feast in russia the owner of the enterprise says a good fishing season can bring in more than one hundred million dollars net profit . and to a large extent this is owed to what cycling offers environmentally they do not shop operates in only and natural habitat and mild climate unique natural sites and delicious seafood succulent can offer a diverse holiday for those who are not afraid to travel ten thousand kilometers
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from europe the question is whether this distant land would ever be able to become a major tourist destination. there was a hearty good to have you with us china's new government is already full soul make i am promising to revamp its image full day kittens and crack down on corruption that's a serious of high right politicians found themselves slumped in scandal delta chan gang from the national university of singapore believes the proposed changes i could be a sign of pressure from the outside. of course the new leadership on the. communist party know i was a big problem a major crisis which means actually poverty ruled it out among
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the social media has cost him more and more dollars on the corrupt and lavish lifestyle. communist party congress we also win is. a serious reports five international media talking about step scandals and the corrupt to be a.v.o.'s related to the communist party. officials so i think you see it's a kind of also i'm not response to the international critics of. ari. on r.t. dot com the hit and run story of a less matter of john makes me go online where we find out the latest about the film and the virus on the net and how you small's ideas to escape capture and then the country. that noisy neighbors in the netherlands be well the rest of
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the people living next door can see you exile from certain centers and forced to live in basic containers under the supervision get on that route. the mayor of london wants to wants the u.k. to significantly reduce its ties with the e.u. calling for and in the all out referendum on membership and the influential bars johnson called the single currency euro zone a calamitous project analyst robert oulds us there's of the mayor has struck a chord with the british people and the majority one out of the e.u.
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according to the opinion polls most people in britain do want the u.k. out of the european union i think the e.u. is a massive burden both in terms of tax amount of money they have to pay to you each year and of course it's very glittery verdant the trade links will always continue will always be buying german cars or french wine or french cheese and and we'll be selling to them financial services and other goods that we make in britain so that won't change course what will change is that the money that britain has to hand over to the european union will see so we can drastically reduce that we don't really need to be run by brussels and needs to sort of you've been you need to country what to do we are big enough to manage our own affairs some international news in brief right now typhoon boppo which is currently battering the philippines has claimed more than two hundred eighty lives tens of thousands fled their homes as the storm rolled across southern and central areas cutting of power into entire provinces two teams are working in the worst hit areas but it's feared the number
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of casualties will rise the storm is expected to move into the south china sea on thursday. so here's an bastard junaid branislav a million coverage has committed suicide in brussels he leaped to his death from an airport carpark eight meters high and on name to serbian officials that he jumped while waiting for foreign ministry staff work who were due to hold talks with nita visuals fifty two year old envoy leaves behind six months. libyan prime minister. has reportedly survived an assassination attempt to was attacked by a group of armed men in the city of our vida two hundred kilometers east of benghazi several cars and his convoy was severely damaged in the attack the primary electorate in october was in the city for talks with the local council. the painstaking search for peace in colombia continues with the latest round of
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negotiations between the government and the guerrilla rebels the talks come amid the deadliest military raid against armed insurgents since discussions began in october judgments close of the interview to r.t. a top part of the szell says they want peace but claims are being forced to fight for it. people who are colombia want to fight for ideas different than a mere liberal ideas are killed so how is it possible to participate in politics if people who are of other ideas are killed we have not taken the arms because we wanted we have taken the arms because the colombian state and the united states imperialism have obliged to compel us to do so. israel has dismissed a un resolution calling monitor opening up its nuclear facilities for inspection as a meaningless and mechanical vote the general assembly overwhelmingly backed
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a proposal calling on israel to join the nuclear nonproliferation treaty israel has never officially admitted it possesses atomic weapons although few doubted fully armed as artie's policia reports. it's a story that has all the ingredients and intrusion of a hollywood blockbuster nucleus nagging a hollywood producer and an israeli prime minister it's a story that here in tel aviv the authorities don't want to talk about but two israeli 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 which had 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 may be i falls'
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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 finally is of bureau with the nablus even the mossad was 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 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
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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 printer 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 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. these really foreign ministry denied all allegations on the other side of the story aside from the leaked documents washington today is keeping quiet is really new
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capabilities of some of the most guarded secrets the u.s. government holds far more secrets some would argue than information it has about iran but for the foreseeable future the book on israel's nuclear secrets is closed police here r.t. israel. and a few minutes archies of breaking the set turns to the volatile middle east as we bring you a complex overview of the latest developments in syria palestine and israel stay with us. culture is there so much given to you should visit israel on the mark when the earth would seem like fantasy only two years ago could become a reality very soon with a strong sense of identity and spread across the middle east because.
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morning news today violence is once again flared up. and these are the images the world has been seeing from the streets of canada. operations around the day.
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you live on one hundred thirty three bucks a month for food i should try it because you know how fabulous i had lunch i got so
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many i mean i have my hands at ten pounds i know that i'm sitting seems really really messed up. and we're all for it so hopefully the people of the. worst are going to. lie down stripped of a. radio guy and for a minute. what. we're about to give you've never seen anything like this i'm told. by some guys i'm having martin so president obama had a meeting today with various governors to discuss ways to keep the economy growing but perhaps we should have just consulted with the white house petitions page because so far over fifteen hundred have signed what they see as this country's best economic stimulus plan construction of a death star yes the fictional space station and super weapon from star wars capable planetary destruction with its super laser is exactly what the american
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empire needs so come on and let's break the set. despite so many diet fad that sweeps across this country every year obesity plagues thirty percent of americans and you can blame it on the fast food industry or lack of exercise but have you ever considered that diet foods themselves might be part of the problem so let me explain the most prevalent artificial sugar on the market is aspartame which is also recognizes nutrasweet or aspartame is in over six thousand products including almost all diet sodas chewing gum frozen desserts yogurt and even vitamins and cough drops but the f.d.a. approved it so it must be safe right because if we know anything but the f.d.a. cares about our health so this is your aspartame one hundred one no one all right
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it was originally discovered by g.d. searle which was later bought out by monsanto our favorite company later its sponsor of to form the nutrasweet company now awaiting for final approval the f.d.a. commissioner analyze some of cyril's aspartame tests which he said were quote at best sloppy and quote revealed a pattern of conduct which compromises the scientific integrity of the study's. compromising scientific integrity meaning that searle's tests were so full laud that they actually found tumors and rats but instead of reporting the tumors they cut them out and discarded them yes it did happen while the flurry of debate about circles tests prompted the f.d.a. to establish a public board of inquiry comprised of independent scientists to rule on safety issues surrounding nutrasweet and in one thousand nine hundred the board concluded that nutrasweet should not be approved.


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