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fresh protests they carry the threat of more violence in egypt that supporters of the president plan a rally near his palace the opposition has camped out there promising their own demo. week a government's policy of the population online may be used by a draft poll which the government says only those siding with terrorists and paedophiles will object. and israel refuses to comply with u.n. demands that it open is on acknowledge to the cities for inspection joining the nonproliferation treaty calling the general assembly a good boy. it's
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five pm here in moscow you live with us on archie good to have you with us the standoff between mohamed morsi and egypt's opposition threatens to cause new all breaks of violence the muslim brotherhood which supports the country's leader is planning a mess rally at the presidential palace or come face to face with opponents all of morsi hundreds of which i camped outside the palace and are also following more protests cairo based reporter bill truth has more. why 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 this suburb of cairo when they got there they were greeted by police behind barbed wire and really i mean speaking to 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
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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 thousands of protesters continue and had their protest there in front of the walls 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 the 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is for this contentious constitutional declaration which she issued last week which awards him sweeping powers to be rescinded but the second one is the referendum on the constitution what's happened recently is of course that the egypt's constitution was written very fast we passed by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 if they believe that the assembly that wrote the
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constitution is in fact in just a minute so they're asking for this referendum which 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 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 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's. which are joining the protests for example yesterday we saw a journalist striking at least fourteen newspapers in different need t.v. channels refused to publish yesterday in protest of what they said was impingement of press freedoms and freedoms of expression in addition we have a judicial strike which has been ongoing there are since the constitution that gratian was announced we have also seen supports of the president's on the
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brotherhood his organization we saw mass rallies on suffer day organized by division by the conservative groups so we're really seeing is a divided country. and we're getting reports that new clashes have already broken out between supporters and opponents of president morsi and the long of the deadlock between president and opposition in egypt goes on the greater the danger things could spiral out of control that is where you think the standoff might actually lead by taking part in our poll and actually talk calmly and here's all the votes look so so far thirty of those who had their say believe the dictionary don't want cancel his new decrees in order to stay in office just over a quarter think the new wave of anti-government protests will result in further instability leading to a libya style with slightly less us a b. current situation will lead to the military and its president mubarak's cliquey coming back to power and finally less than fifteen percent are convinced also his resignation and new elections i inevitably let us know what you think get our teeth
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dot com. the u.s. is preparing to send patriot missiles to turkey after nato approves a plan to defend itself against potential missile attacks from inside syria and america is also pressuring iraq to surge syria ban planes for weapons even demanding the grants pass in jets but baghdad is an enthusiastic as marine of the designer ports. 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 u.s. is now reportedly demanding that baghdad inspect planes flying from iran over its airspace into syria and the american government for sure.
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many other countries this is just more. amazing thing is the government is saying that they can control flights over countries in force. force or. 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 applied to just another way to pressure the baghdad regime united states feels that since 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
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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. our most countries during the ordination treatment of the american government. shocked the iraq. don't feel the same we're. the only one decade after saddam hussein was ousted by the us led invasion into iraq washington is pressuring a new governor of the very same country to help the leader of a different as america continue supporting syria's opposition in part by police in
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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 artsy new york. turkish troops and helicopters have pondered the could area near the border with syria killing thirteen suspected militants the crisis in syria is being seen as a chance for good as braces for independence and statehood and whether the turks are actually shooting themselves in the foot of by supporting the syrian uprising is the subject up for debate in the latest episode of crossed up coming up later today. opposing 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 bridges home secretary who's determined to push through the controversial bill which could see
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all web communications stored and made available to police without a warrant. 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 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 that e-mail history of their web browsing history and their social networking history let's take
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a listen to what they told us how would you feel about the police having access to the internet search history not so good without more concern i think some things like my concern i wouldn't mind seeing right to privacy just. would not be. i would mind but only. on the very condition i think you have to have control of one area of your life or look them in one area there just to 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 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 is the director of civil liberties group big brother watch in the studio here with me now and then
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here's something to you on are all the people opposed to this legislation criminals terrorists and paedophiles. as 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 there looking for some sort of solution to this growing problem well in the big thing about this bill is that if you're looking for a needle in a haystack you don't solve the problem but i think it looks more we should have a new powers but they should be used against individuals 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 some virtual idea from the home office and one that might all go to
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down to 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. . we've all from the u.k. ahead with a look at how london's mayor has voiced what many brits have long been thinking about the continuing financial crisis the head of the british capital words they paid to hold a referendum over the country's membership making it exits like. china's relives are planning an image of rebound from a growing criticism of the government's extravaganza lifestyle that's after a short break. on this is day starts at five am even earlier in the winter tending to his flock of story hundred sheep in the mountains and plains of t.v.
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thirty five years old it wasn't the life he dreamt of having studied accounting but he dition unfamiliar duty dictated that he would take on the care of these animals after his father has just made camp at their winter farm stage setting up his ute the traditional two fenian round tent made of disc ins he's pleased to be back amongst his family as his job is a lonely one and tough going out in all weathers braving extremes of plus to minus forty degrees celcius says there are still there are certain difficulties there's not enough time for everything i'm almost alone my sister works with my mother my mother is seventy five she's very old and i miss mountains when i'm in town and i spend a lot of time here right now probably sort on most of us simply carrying out the work that his father did and his father before him nothing has changed over many many centuries and that's half the problem it's hard work and many people don't want to come into the industry now and it's really fit there could die out
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altogether. it's difficult to manage everything alone i used to have people who helped me but they were no good they didn't take care of the sheep with all their heart they hurt the cattle truth of skittles and produce food more people leaving than coming to the countryside the region's government is having to act making the life of a herd and more attractive they're promising largest subsidies for produce and livestock and organizing cooperatives for the sale of day products to ensure the herd it gets a higher fair price i sympathize with those youngsters leaving for an easier more profitable life day in their publics capital because ill but he no longer wishes to join them he enjoys his pastoral way of life then looking for a helper who shares his enthusiasm but more time on his hands he says matter of fact you can start to look for a new wife. you're
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watching our two china's new government is ready for all make over promising to revamp its image for degas and crack down on corruption so it's out of the huge entourages and bankers and the red carpets will be rolled up and stored the aim is to save money and prevent any more the recent high level politicians scandals doesn't shine gang from the national university of singapore believes it's all june pressure. of course a new leadership on a stance. call noonish funny now i was faced a big problem in its crisis which means actually poverty ruled it out among the social media cost of war and more dollars on the corrupt us and lavish lifestyle. communist party congress we also
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witness to. a serious reports five international media talking all about. scandals and the corrupt do a.v.'s relate it to the communist party. officials so i think you see it's a kind of also i'm not response to the international critics. are a. minority don't call the hit and run story of alleged murder john not my fault you don't mind well we've lined up the latest about the formatting putin virus on japan how moving is i believe still stayed kept saying the countries. that noisy neighbors in the netherlands and the way arresting the people living next door could see your eyes out from the city centers and force and even basic contain this and the police station dead more on that and i keep.
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the mayor of london wants the u.k. to significantly reduce its ties with the calling for in all out referendum on membership and the influential voice johnson called the single currency eurozone calamitous project analyst robert all the says the mayor has struck a chord with the british people and the majority one out of the e.u. 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 you each year and of course it's regular tree verdant the trade links would always continue will always be buying german cars or french wine and french cheese and and will be
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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 cease or we can drastically reduce that we don't really need to be run by brussels and needs to should have you been you to this country what to do we are big enough to manage our own affairs. some other international news in brief typhoon bopha which is currently battering the philippines has claimed more than two hundred eighty lives tens of thousands fled their homes as a strong role to across southern and central areas cutting off power into entire provinces rescue teams are working in the worst hit areas but it's feared the number of casualties will rise the storm is expected to move into the south china sea on thursday. serbia's embassador junaid branislav a milinkevich a has committed suicide in brussels he leaped to his death from an
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airport car park eight meters high and i'm named a serbian official said he jumped while waiting for foreign military staff would util talks with nato officials the fifty two year old envoy leaves behind six months. in the u.k. two australian deejays pretending to be the queen and prince charles of course a royal rumpus they phoned the hospital where the pregnant kate middleton this day and chatted with the nurse about her condition is a manage to get a full update on the duchess of cambridge's condition she is not to be less than twelve weeks pregnant and was admitted to hospital on monday with severe morning sickness. ride the painstaking search for peace in colombia continues with the latest round of negotiations between the government and far guerrilla rebels the talks come amid the deadliest military raid against armed insurgents is discussions began in october during an exclusive individual r t a top thought of fishelson is
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that they want peace but claims are being forced to fight for it. people columbia 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 scoop elders to do so. israel has dismissed a un resolution calling on it to open up its nuclear facilities for inspection as a meaningless and mechanical vote the general assembly overwhelmingly backed a proposal calling on israel to join the nuclear nonproliferation treaty israel has never all specially admitted it possesses atomic weapons although
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a few doubt it's 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 then the 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's 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 files 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 crown which is the hebrew acronym for
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science liaison bureau with the nablus even the mossad with unaware of its existence and only it was basically created behind the back of this with the purity of. 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 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
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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 documents and that's what surprises 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. the israeli foreign ministry denied all allegations 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 secrets some would argue than information it has about iran but for the foreseeable future the book on israel's nuclear secrets is closed
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policia r.t. israel. shortly would take you to a wooden city that emerges only once a year and only for a week before once again be wiped without a trace from the face of the coming up. finishes it sigrid laboratory to mccurry was able to build a new most sophisticated robot which on fortunately doesn't give a darn about anything tim's mission to teach music creation why it should care about humans and world events this is why you should care watch only on the r.-g. dot com. the gold fever.
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turns out of its interests late. my father but also my brother involved in the mines and since i started working at the mine i stated i look at it and feel multinationals. made a cash cow to be milked dry and if i think that in this country is gold medal logie as an environmental cost which is unacceptable no to jesus was labeled illegal and controlled by criminals you know in order to protect our lives our families and to work in peace. most of us don't we are forced to pay protection to illegal groups what are prices columbia going to pay. the people. the modest affect on our t.v. .
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he. quit. just be the jolly champ was created in the fifty's and mass produced i think came out of the camp and it was on the front covers of battery powered. toys that when you turned it on he clapped a cymbals together all crazy crutch this year i'm in a funny movie and i decided i wanted to make the most some noise thing i could think of it represents me in so many ways. that.
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that's annoying to get big. as far as i am concerned i'm a virtuous person i know i just don't have any money but i live in one of the most beautiful places i've ever seen i'm with the people who love me the most and i get to. do this art form that i've come up i've started doing in the last four years and it's just opened my eyes to so many different things and it was all inspired by burning ram and it was just a coincidence because i was making costumes for myself and i had decided to make myself a coat and as i was finishing it the first person the came over to visit me said what is that and i said the. that's my royal road because i had realized when i had put it on it wasn't just a fur coat it actually was
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a royal row and that's when i became. so the first person who came in and said i want one of those and i said well it's going to be for five hundred dollars because it's expensive to me he said no problem. and he had me custom it so he could put his ball cap on and put the bill of his cabin side to head so i have this little pocket here form and then. this is so. the reason i open the store was i do a lot of business online all over the world but i don't have a great connection with my community so i figured if i open the store and was visible the people that i want to connect with will come in. i didn't start this is crazy like we were just driving my friends i was very very ma'am nice got to call
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head guy and then i had too many free things so i deserved making for other people and it's also now my way there hundred posts i've made in four years and i've got all these people on towards nations d. jack black in progress it's. slow and the people. i am in the trained arborist a tree surgeon and i have had my own business for the last thirteen years and my job is to keep the trees up not cutting down because of the economy when we had this depression we were in it's basically chilled nine out of ten small tree businesses so people like myself have been run out of business.


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