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each month free. free. to tide free. download free broadcast quality videos for your media projects a free media gondar teton time. the international peace envoy refined his push for a truce in syria with a new diplomatic burst seeking to end a conflict that's destroying the war weary country. battle of the blacklists the human rights ride between the u.s. and russia results in sanctions and then don't ban evoking sensitive cold war memories. iran rolls out the big guns for new exercises in the vital oil route in the strait of hormuz saying it wants to show it can defend itself while pressure piles up over its nuclear program. bust the pricey parish christmas lights wired the crowds for millions of french in poverty there are dark days ahead.
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and i welcome you watching life from moscow. looking to rejuvenate the un's peace plan for syria international envoy lakhdar brahimi is visiting moscow after american talks in the middle east the push for a truce comes as the wall reaches favor page with terrorist attacks and street battles taking a heavy toll on the syrian people r.t.g. peace kind of has the story and joins us live now. people what are we expecting to hear from the envoy today. is coming to moscow after meeting with president assad in damascus earlier this week very little details have been released about its outcome but he himself has been saying that he
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had a positive feeling and good things were happening there was speculation that they were discussing a piece of this and zisha also our washington involving the creation of a transitional government. including. both sides of the conflict in accordance with the u.n. . russia's foreign minister also earlier this week met with. senior syrian diplomats are behind closed doors but it's most likely that they discussed the same concept hopefully will be able to find out more details after a lab or often right he meet in moscow on saturday it's really not clear if the syrian opposition though would be ready to take part in forming any transitional government since they've been calling strictly for us to step down in fact the leader of the syrian opposition has rejected an invitation to come to moscow saying that no negotiations with the syrian authorities are possible even with russia
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mediating meanwhile the violence continues to escalate in syria there is going to have been more terrorist attacks also the rebels have been targeting military airstrips and government forces have been also replying with the mortar shelling. ok we knew that thinking he got actually got a piece in off in moscow. sectarian cracks in iraq are leading to a surge in violence across the country the sunni who used to hold power now say they are second class citizens in their own nation and they want something done about it as we report shortly. also the public versus politicians later this hour our season end of year series features the events which got russians more fired up over their government. has entered a new phase in its naval war games in the strait of hormuz which is
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a vital oil shipping route the exercise involves warships submarines and jet fighters and aims to show tehran can maintain security in the region around earlier said it could block the strait effectively shutting off a fifth of world oil trade if it is attacked iran is feeling the pressure from the west as the u.s. and its allies pile on the sanctions over its nuclear program soraya poor alric is a writer and global diplomacy specialist she says iran only wants to show it is capable of protecting its borders. thirty two years war the west pacific the united states is the waves of corporate war against iran so you know why it has been preparing itself and demonstrating its group to defend itself i don't believe that you rhymed would ever take action if we see more of naval military exercises right now it's because the media is focusing on iran whereas.
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earlier this month there was operation lucky mariner with twenty seven countries participating. although a lot of them were observers and they were all the way in the persian gulf or in iran as territory and the media was silent on this but when you run demonstrates its readiness to defend its sovereignty and its national interests then there is the media focus on iran. your resolutions are now being ambitious and short lived so should we just give ourselves a break. mezzo a way. forward to. the more promises we will struggle to keep join us in new york the city that really knows how to handle new year. moscow's ban on the adoption of russian children by u.s. citizens will come into effect on new year's day the bill containing the measure
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was signed into law by president putin on friday the legislation also includes travel financial sanctions for certain americans as well as further restrictions for noncommercial organizations working inside russia but always in retaliation for washington's blacklist of russian officials which it links to the death of lawyer segment the magnitsky in two thousand and nine russian studies and history professor stephen f. cohen from new york i'm princeton university says he's never held any illusions about the two countries relations here is an old russian saying we're friends are also deep it's a lot of people in moscow and washington may pass the magnitsky act and now the ban on adoption in moscow may have thought they were just talking showing off playing grandstanding politically as we say in america but these words have consequence they have bet very few all this new cold war atmosphere which is enveloping the relationship between our two countries it's going to affect american relations with
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russia regarding afghanistan regarding missile defense regarding syria regarding iran these are very serious matters but bomber has continued the policy toward moscow begun by president clinton a democrat and continued by president bush a republican that policy is advancing nato toward russia's borders building missile defense on russia's border. interfering in russia's interest politics most recently the street demonstrations this is the same policy we began twenty years ago with the soviet union the fundamental american policy toward russia has not changed so it's ridiculous to call long soft on moscow i mean just because two leaders get together as they always do and say we are friends it doesn't mean reality here is that the partnership we need between washington and moscow to make the world safe for all of us has not existed since the soviet union and we may be farther
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from. today as a result partially of this orphanage where we have been in twenty years. forget anonymity there is one place you need to use the internet and that's china where new rules insists every web user must use their real name online we reported dot com bust the survey that says chris for christians is no longer about the birth of jesus they're not to be struck on sunday. but for most people this week's festivities have meant
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a time for family decoration and the once a year spirit of goodwill in the u.s. so spare a thought for those who have little to cheer such as the eleven million french people living in poverty alexi our shared ski reports from the capital on whether the bright lights are leaving ting many citizens in the dark. it is beyond any doubt that in the daytime paris is one of the most beautiful cities in the world but after dark the french capital lives up to its other name the city of lights. many parisians regard the launch of the christmas elimination as one of the most important events of any year. this year in central paris alone the famous installing christmas lights was a cheap christmas elimination because there on one million euros it shop on the shelves it is contributing to the christmas lighting depending on the number of trees they have in front of their of their shop eighty percent money money from the
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day from the shops of the shows an easy. twenty percent this money city hall but the budget has gone up by a third across the whole country in a year where the average person has struggled financially the authorities say they're splashing out the extra millions to help people forget how little they have . but there is crisis there is financial difficulty people have less money to spend so we have to create a festive atmosphere to give them back the will to buy and celebrate it's clear that you're in crises in developed countries people tend to economize and spend less money so it's important to avoid this negative spiral of the economy under courage people to go ahead and spend a bit. but what if you have nothing to spend françoise cares little about how her city looks or what the biggest christmas sales are for her the whole day is all about bringing her terminally ill daughter to numerous charity events over the
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festive period. to see. my daughter has leave a cancer her medication is being paid by social security but i have to pay the doctor out of my own pocket we are poor and i cannot afford that it's unacceptable they spend so much money on beauty while we are neglected. and. there were hundreds like fronts was that this charity event a recent concerning poverty in france produced some shocking figures we have. to ask the french if they felt they were heading that way only eleven percent of the french consider themselves being below the poverty line but thirty seven percent say they feel they are becoming poor the french feel that their country is slipping into decadence and social stratification is taking place. christmas is many things to many people some of the atmosphere or make you healthy you wrote for others it's about finding survival regardless of the financial state that next year
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will be better than the previous and who knows maybe those in peril now may join those enjoying the. next christmas looks the rush of ski reporting from paris. well max kaiser is a man who lets no one off the hook for cultivating the gap between rich and poor here's what's coming up next hour. after stranger to exploitation of colonisation they've been ignored and they have developed some interesting products in the telecommunications space kenyan phone market is leapfrog over the traditional phone market but again once it hits critical mass it's going to be colonized by the foreigners as usual asia about the asian financial crisis of one nine hundred ninety eight there was a crisis cooked up on wall street the city of london export it to asia and blow up that economy now they're buying dollars to protect themselves against continued marauding by the opium dealing the british people who don't arrive with
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opium to. the residence products for the same effect get junk securities. there is more world news on the way from sky aftershock. if you're from my generation or younger and you were born into the one percent that i have a lot of college debt i sure do you know the deal used to be that you paid a significant amount for education but in turn that gave you a much higher salary later but now the system works in reverse many young americans studied very hard to not make any money at all around nine percent of americans with student loans have defaulted and at least nine but maybe up to eighteen
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percent are ninety days late with their payments given the situation the people at u.c. berkeley were nice enough to give away a million dollars in scholarships for everyone everyone that's an illegal immigrant yeah that's right if you're born in america then pay till you die but jump the border and enjoy the red carpet education treatment the people who will be getting the scholarships are mostly the children of illegal immigrants who spent many of their formative years in america and yeah i could see the logic that could be hard for them to get an education when their when they aren't citizens but they came into the country illegally it isn't taxpayers jobs to help them but wait berkeley is a private institution so i guess they can give out the money to whoever they want whenever they want however they want but berkeley management if you're watching this i would really appreciate if you chose some financial mercy to american citizens it isn't like they don't need the help but that's just my opinion.
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market. come to. find out what's really happening to the global economy with mike's cancer for a no holds barred look at the global financial headlines tune into cars a report. i . welcome back a period of political challenges and a surge of public opinion that is how russians might possibly describe the gathering here today in our series looking at what happened in two thousand and
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twelve we focus on the boost of political energy in russia. presidential election twenty three cameras up on this roof correspondents throughout moscow and i mean you can of course live throughout the night there's a great. little color was right behind us was in it but one point when the team came out to show me like crowds way past the doom of the thousands and thousands of people also celebrating his victory one of the main points the unprecedented protests that took place to. work and protest rallies it never really feels like actually taking part in the event it was during one of the massive protest rallies in moscow square really fifty for the first time when i saw the crowd want to see
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the park right next to ours another station and i realized how. people. really turned uncontrollable. and caught in just as easily you know chaos. of people trying to get political points in the past twelve months. the best way to do that would be. one thing that was important to get across covering it is people's political flavor in this country what they did was deeply offensive to a huge number of people something that. looking at the. press release about our interview with president putin the first that he's ever given he's stirred inauguration we see dozens and dozens of calls from international media representatives and they were all asking us just one question did he say anything about the case nothing. more challenging the conversation would be of
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course not. the big list of my other want to hear about his thoughts on the ongoing syrian conflict also whether the polish one of the pussy riot pump was indeed with hindsight maybe to have we had some interesting comments to make about what he thought about the russian opposition movement one of our big stories of the year the streets are available for protests. and i think it's good that people pontus about politics well politics is not a big deal of money most people who are in this country would want to be given the team's record only be good for society and i think the authorities reacted with road to the world. the world is still none the wiser as to whether america can wrestle a solution to its imminent fiscal cliff which could have far reaching ramifications president obama has charged democratic and republican senate leaders with finding a compromise to the budget impasse
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a raft of tax hikes and social spending cuts come into force automatically on new year's day if the political parties fail to find a way forward a barman says he will call a vote in congress to stop the tax rises if they can't work it out. the victim of a gang rape on a bus that triggered violent protests in india has died in the singapore hospital a body is expected to be flown back to india later on saturday the twenty three year old student was beaten and suffered massive internal injuries before being thrown out onto the road. rage in new delhi with widespread calls for greater measures to protect women. italy's outgoing prime minister says he will lead a coalition of centrist party to after february parliamentary elections and mario monti is not ruling out a return as a as head of state should the alliance be successful he resigned early this month after his government lost its majority amid the country's deepening recession.
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now we're coming up fast so that night of fun fireworks and festivities a fair few of us will also be making some resolutions for twenty thirteen and lori half an ist has been hearing some of the wishful thinking in new york. it's that time of year again when we all make resolutions for the new year so what's your best this week let's talk about the same as always to lose weight lottery a rule for tuning the mega millions that year so you're going to win the lottery and you're going to lose weight and neither of these things are going to happen exactly could just be. kinder gentler and more given how do you do that new york city i live in cincinnati i've been reading about i want to eat
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song going to do it this time and why didn't you eat better and twelve no i mean i read a book about fasting fasting for two days a week so that's what i'm going to get that's not going to work here's resolution eat less muffins you know. to take care of myself better eat less muffin no muffins are great because i guess it gives the gym that's what it usually is but it's nice to last very long. are you going to make the same one that you break from what you think a lot of people do that yanick so that's a piece of art myself joy life that's a good one it's kind of like the anti resolution more like i'm just going to relax a little bit solution that's probably when you can stick to spend more time with my family is that a doable resolution absolutely and is that going to enhance your two thousand and thirteen absolutely you're not going to get more annoyed with your family well.
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of course not but you did think about it i had to think about it. but why don't you start now because i crave cigarettes a lot you still have them so you're going to smoke i'm yeah and i am once you don't have a. what about acquiring the cigarettes you're going to smoke your brains out until january first oh yeah and so january first that safety usually make them no i don't why not because i know very good so why does everyone else in the world keep making them how you know it is only just that ourselves up for massive disappointment as. a terrible way to start the new year absolutely this if you do decide to make a new year's resolution for two thousand and thirteen the bottom line is you're probably not going to keep it so why don't you just resolve to try to be a better you every day of the year happy new year.
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for. him which brightened. the bounce from feinstein crash and. meet friends down totty dot com. you know sometimes you see a story and it seems so for lengthly you think you understand it and then you glimpse something else you hear or see some other part of it and realized everything you thought you knew you don't know i'm tom harpur welcome to the big picture.
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very sort of sleepless at the. worst we're going to. find out six of the. radio guys and four minutes from. what we're about to give you've never seen anything like this i'm told. by days i mean martin unfortunately today could mark the very last episode of breaking the set because you see today may be the very last day here on planet earth that is according to crackpot interpretations of the mayan calendar so and owner of this i've talked to my final show for your doomsday pleasure including a brand new interview with director oliver stone and historian peter president a look at what creepy surveillance we won't have to deal with anymore since the fan of the world and all and then i'll be explaining what the mayans actually meant and
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why we will all be here come tomorrow so let's break the set. another little bit more of the good have you ever seen anything like i'm drunk. so last week i had the great pleasure of having academy award winning director oliver stone and historian peter because next on the show we're here to talk about their new showtime series and book called the untold history of the united states but the part you didn't see is the discussion we had after that interview which i got their opinion on obama's policies the current state of play in the united states take a look. so it took both of you four years to produce the series and almost almost five. and you have a chapter called obama management of a wounded empire where you give a harsh critique of the obama administration.


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