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chemical weapons are reportedly found in the possession of syrian militants arrested in turkey as concern of growers of the rebels we use the nerve agent to create a pretext for foreign military intervention. the hunger strike at one time will be a prison shows very signs of ending despite president obama's promise to speed up its closure r.t. talks to the father of a detainee about how his son's condition has deteriorated. and cracks across the blog of the launches a legal battle against britain over migrant benefits rules while the franco german powerhouse crumbles with paris refusing to dance to berlin.
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it's ten am here in moscow good morning to you if you've just joined us i'm to bomb the day let's take a look at the news this hour suspected syrian militants have reportedly been detained in turkey with a sin and highly poisonous sarin gas found in their possession those arrested are believed to be members of the al qaeda linked al nusra front earlier this month u.n. investigators a voice suspicion the nerve agent was being used by opposition fighters moscow is concerned the use of chemical weapons could prompt a foreign military intervention in syria archie's middle east correspondent paula syria has the details. the group was seized in southern turkey and that is according to local media reports the media also saying that they carried a two kilograms seven day with the nerve agent sarin now turkish authorities haven't yet commented on this report and we are waiting to hear from them russians
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the united states and france in the past have said that they believe it is a sound however that is using chemical weapons but they haven't been able to prove to produce any kind of evidence to prove this the british government has written to the united nations banking new alleging we knew incidents of chemical use by assad's forces and at the same time the french government says that it is testing samples of f. were smuggled out by journalists but all of this is hearsay at the moment whereas on the other hand we have them here what we're seeing is fighters from the al nusra front allied with the syrian rebels court with the sarin nerve agent gas it is important also to point out and remind our viewers that the united nations did launch an independent investigation and what that investigation concluded was that there were signs that rebels have been using these sounds nerve agent in a matter of investigation that was initiated by the u.n. chief thank you move that was criticized by damascus because they said that what
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banking really was hoping to do was to investigate every site in syria and these three instead of reminded them of the iraqi style investigation into weapons of mass destruction the use of chemical weapons is balland under international law and there are concerns by many people that the arguments that they are being used could trigger some kind of international intervention reports of sarin gas found in rebels positions as seems to be falling on deaf ears in the west although it is one told us earlier not even the threat of chemical weapon use can shake it support for the syrian opposition. if the syrian government had been caught with certain gas we would have heard from washington london and paris but of course this should not come as a surprise to anyone been paying attention we know that the internationally respected civil servant carla del ponte a had basically made a similar discovery and revelation on behalf of united nations jets weeks ago which
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then was refuted by the white house we also know that in recent days senator john mccain of arizona entered syria illegally and news reports indicate that he consulted with the white house before answering syria this is a very dangerous trying to balance it's clear that there are those in washington who would like to intervene in syria on behalf of the rebels which is quite curious since al nusra front which has been designated as a terrorist organization by washington is at the tip of the spear of the opposition against president al assad meanwhile syria's main opposition group the syrian national coalition says it will not participate in the international peace conference proposed by russia and the u.s. the group scientist has been in iranian forces fighting alongside the syrian military as a reason for rejecting the meeting as reports emerged that a u.s. and british citizen have been killed in syria while fighting for the rebels it is you've got a piece going up takes
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a look now at the syrian opposition and those who might be armed and that's behalf . since britain and france blocked attempts to extend the e.u. embargo on supplying on's to the syrian rebels there have been growing fears that the weapons could end up in the wrong hands and this is why the syrian opposition is made up of many divided and often competing factions and clearly there is no force that can represent it as a whole there is the syrian national council the national coalition for syrian revolutionary and opposition forces the supreme military council the free syrian army the international coordination committee the jobber or the brigade and many more like to point out that only the n.c.c. says it's open to dialogue with the authorities while all the others have officially proclaimed their goal is to topple the regime the only difference being how extreme their approaches are and here is where these two rebel groups stand out . is officially recognized as a terror organization by the u.s.
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it's also known for its links to al-qaeda and for being among the most highly trained rebel forces currently on the ground in syria and the fire brigade perhaps just as notorious after one of its leading commanders was shown eating the body parts of a dead syrian soldier on video but despite warnings raised by international human rights groups including the international and human rights watch the rebels have been receiving weapons for some time now according to western media reports the rebels have received one hundred sixty planeloads of arms shipments from jordan saudi arabia quarter via turkey and then with a cargo smuggled across the border here with syria but no matter which rebel group or the arms may be destined for it's also why we recognize that they usually end up in the hands of the best trained and most radical brigades. we've done more on the
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developments in iran syria on our web site also there is some interesting opinion in op ed section one of the latest entries compares of the waves of a regime changes in the arab world where the plot of an i got the christie novel of all that on r.t. dot com. and another sign of wining cracks between britain and the e.u. the european commission is taking the u.k. to court over the rights of the e.u. citizens living in the country britain is accused of discriminating against people from the blog while london in response is calling the move a land grab and says it will find every step of the way artie's tests are cilia reports. the european commission is once again looking more closely at the affairs of its member states now one that's making particular noise especially among the citizens of that country is the commission's decision to lodge a case against the u.k. of the european court of justice because the commission says that the u.k. has the discriminatory against nationals of other e.u.
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countries in receiving welfare now there's already been reaction from the u.k. particularly angry was from the government i want to from the work and pensions secretary who says that he will want to cave in he says a brussels is once again launching a land grab and over reaching its areas of responsibilities and meddling into the affairs of national governments now we have spoken to a legal expert to explain to us why the commission has done what it has the commission can start an action against member states not for treaty obligations we have an article in the treaty on the functioning of the european union specifically for that action this is a case where the commission has found out that the u.k. is not fulfilling its really operations we know the statements of cameron we know that he wants to have a referendum in two thousand and seventeen you want to renegotiate the tradition that's i mean the british government in the past has criticised the court of justice but if the law is there the law is respected to this latest move by brussels has once again brought to the forefront issues like sovereignty of member
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states immigration or the pressure put on social welfare systems the very issues that really have led to would increase and support for your skeptic parties and countries like the u.k. now can the commission is looking also at another country spain it says that it has received. card which is supposed to entitle you citizens to free health care in public hospitals while they're traveling to other countries with the walk it has been refused by some spanish hospitals oh this is once again an issue of decisions made and agreed upon here in brussels and the implementation across the block so one the one hand you have the commission maintaining that it's simply implementing the rules on the other you have accusations that brussels is once again dipping into the affairs of national governments and in the context of the great economic crisis in very public displays of social dissatisfaction this is yet another stress test for the e.u. as it tries to move forward reporting from brussels i'm just or cilia let me be
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paul not from the came dependence on to says the rao is another sign that it's time for britain to go it alone when you're in a recession and this country is in a double dip recession at the moment when you have huge amounts of youth unemployment when you have british people being pulled out so when you have british people whose wages are being reduced significantly because oversaturation of the employment market it makes absolutely no sense whatsoever to have an open border policy to the government and a totally false position on this they're making noises. saying that they want to put even more restrictions in place but the problem that they've got about this country the e.u. law and basically tells you is that it's a little reason why we should get out of european union and get out now. there's also no unity in what is to be a powerhouse do what in europe germany and france are at loggerheads following a meeting with chancellor angela merkel and president francois hollande in paris
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along conceded that france should meet its deficit goals in two years but refuse to accept easy interference on how to implement the reforms marcus caballe who's a professor of public finance and political economy says that germany is wary of france are refusing to play by the rules. this visit is a very particular one because even the german public understands that france is no longer part of the european concept of europe with a stability union with a policy fiscal policy governed by rules and that france continuously claims an exception for herself and this is something the chancellor cannot tolerate because the germ population is very much upset against france always claiming for herself a special road it's for the others today it's for them to go astray and. the public knows and is conscious that france has become the free ride of the montra union so from america is in
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a pre-election complain to she will try in her very soft. methods and style to play things a little down and to keep it cool but not only on the face of it but fundamentally speaking the two countries are going to be apart. i made the division and on top of the ease financial woes are there still countries who are not deterred by the blocs problems like serbia and while some even members have been accused of hiding their budget shortfalls when they joined so maybe as president has admitted in an interview with r.t. that the country's the troubles are far worse than europe could ever imagine. so he's not in the same situation as the serbs i'd say that somebody you countries haven't been on or just enough they don't overspend and send fake budget reports to that part was many europeans were spoiled by their governments the e.u. exploited the whole world to provide a better life and huge welfare benefits for its citizens but now the reckoning is
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over in june is a time to customs and a time to gather them you may enjoy a free ride for a while but one day you'll have to pay and now unemployed e.u. citizens are at a loss how come they no longer have an extra seven or eight hundred euros at hand how come there are no more social benefits free of charge accommodation electricity or natural gas or the situation in serbia is different it would take a long time before the e.u. degenerated into the poverty that we were in the moment. still ahead for you this ah is a wide shot of the u.k. glance as a self-proclaimed matter of from this by going public pressure of the homeland security that and more walk to the break.
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welcome back oh this is our team it's been more than a week since barack obama promised to speed up closing guantanamo bay prison but the situation at the hunger striking camp has only deteriorated it's not a single prisoner believes a pledge is enough to break the a months long protest against mistreat women and indefinite detention in addition to the number of hunger strikers who are being force fed has reached a new high with thirty six detainees now subjected to a procedure condemned by the un as torture the number of those in hospital has also increased david rahm's a lawyer representing more than a dozen guntown emoted amy says well the lack of concrete action is promising
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speech looks more and more exposed and maris for one thing president obama keeps blaming congress for preventing him from transferring detainees as long as he puts the responsibility on congress it's unlikely that he'll make major moves in addition. he set up this new system for releasing yemenis whereby they have to go through yet another review process which is likely to take a long time if it happens at all so i think that. what he said sounded good as usual but once again. it only provides the illusion of movement it's that men face a very weak circumstance in guantanamo in terms of being transferred. already also told to the father of a one ton of a prisoner who also heads of the kuwaiti detainees in guantanamo committee he described his son's condition is after almost four months on hunger strike. my son
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been there for eleven years without having justice and he is there. without committing any crime no charges again it's against him it is very difficult for him to tell me what's going on there because there is violence on the there is the district for all the detainees not to talk about the conditions inside the camp but i can tell by the way he looks he was so skinny this is the first time for him to put some glasses on his. looks he looks horrible. he could not concentrate while he's talking to me. i have sometimes to repeat simple sentences to him.
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to old to three times just to bring his attention so he could understand what i am saying he has a lack of nutrition it affected his body his thinking his brain it which is really really we are very concerned very concerned about his life. have you ever thought of investing in tons of metal and concrete to well here's your thought on new york's iconic landmark of the empire state building is should be offered on the stock market we've got the price tag on our website. at an asian families from the famine group of fools in the full force of the law after the first topless stunt in an arabic country check out what that look like on our teeth dot com.
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thank you thank you thank you. thank. so many of the famed jim pake impeccability of the u.k.'s justice system stands as a shining example but as a country grieves for soldier lee rigby to death with a cleaver in broad daylight bridging continues to allow its self come first murderer to make a home and they are disappointed by the reports. he says he's murdered up to four hundred people with a machete and his native kenya killed police and taken part in female genital mutilation but a court ruled that twenty seven year old. is free to stay in the u.k. he arrived illegally back in two thousand and three but when the home office trying to deport him he appealed and an immigration tribunals ruled that hugo suffers from
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schizophrenia and had made up the atrocities he was granted leave to remain in the u.k. because he's at risk of committing suicide if he returns to kenya you would think. if you look at the european convention of human rights it is possible for him to stay here because criminal of this. we've seen. he's going to be. the fust potentially dangerous individual that the home office of tried and failed to deport jordanian terror suspect abu qatada has avoided extradition for over a decade as the lawyers argue it's against his human rights to return to georgian
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where he could face torture not all the countries signed up to the european convention on human rights choose to follow it the french and italian governments deport dangerous individuals first and then hear their appeals i think one of the problems we have this country. is. wrong we don't seem to want to find the solution. for the problem. all this problem is bigger. in the sense that some. people but it did happen. to death in broad daylight by two men. wielding meat cleavers the murder shook the country the suspects have been known for morrissey's and questions have been asked about whether or not the police could have done more to prevent the murder and yet a week later we learned that a mentally unstable man who claims to have killed hundreds of people gets to stay in the u.k. r t contacted the home office they suggested we drop the story because
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a judge had ruled the claims of committing murder were false but the ruling once again raises questions about his safety the british immigration judges are protecting. r.t. london. a second look at other stories making headlines around the world police in turkey have raided a protest to camp in istanbul where demonstrators were protecting the one of the city's central park from being demolished the incident happened during a third consecutive night of protest plans to build a shopping arcade at this board cause outrage among activist opposition leaders have already voice of their support for the rarely saying it will help stop a development. that wildfires continue to rage in california forcing almost a thousand people to be evacuated from the area the latest blazes started in the los angeles and national forest and quickly spread to cover two point five square kilometers amid high temperatures and gusting winds it melts threatens
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a dozens of homes and power lines. reports i have surfers to that a church and man was unarmed when he was killed by the f.b.i. in the florida in his florida home he was being interviewed over his alleged links with the main suspects in the boston bombings earlier it is issued conflicting accounts of what happened with one claiming it bring him to dodger attacked ages with a knife his father however finds the allegations hard to believe. from the photographs that were sent to me it's evident he was shot six times to the body and wants to the head at the back of the head it looks like a finishing shot of an assassination to me it looks as if they came to his house like bandits and shot him in cold blood from the photos his house looked like it had been robbed he was questioned for eight hours without witnesses or a lawyer no one can tell for sure what happened there until there is an official investigation the agents say my son attacked them but there were several armed and
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well trained men even if he lost his temper and became violent they could have restrained him or wound him shoot him in the leg or the arm or the shoulder but what happened was murder complete with a finishing shot maybe my son knew something the police didn't want to come out and they killed him to keep him silent. the f.b.i. says i mean internal investigation into the incident would take months to complete it is marina but look at a weather bureau car insistence on the issue. but that time of the shooting up to half a dozen law enforcement officials including two massachusetts state police troopers and an f.b.i. agent from the agency's boston division were present at the florida condo which was not far from universal studios but the f.b.i. has provided you details after the shooting saying that the matter is being investigated by a specific f.b.i. review team and the f.b.i. may not finish its probe for several months now the f.b.i.
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meanwhile has been under enormous scrutiny for missing several warnings about tomorrow on the biggest warnings coming from a russian intelligence officials years ago indicating that may have links to extremist groups the f.b.i. for whatever reasons did not follow up in the matter to the fullest extent and that some would say led to the the execution of the boston marathon. bombings and now we have this development unfolding where our man that was shot and killed by f.b.i. agents turns out according to the washington post to have been on the arm so clearly the f.b.i. is going to have a lot of questions to answer in the coming days with these new developments on this story coming up after the break r.t. talks to the serbian president tomislav nicholas on his country's. tough
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compromises to amended by brussels in exchange for membership. a billion views from the. events that continue to change join me kevin owen for more on how you've helped make the first global news channel to reach.
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out to meet speak or language. programs and documentaries in arabic it's all here on. reporting from the world's hot spots fifty yard p. interviews intriguing stories are you. in trouble. because it. mr president welcome to r.t.m. thank you for talking to us it's been eight years since you took office looking back what have you managed to achieve during those first twelve months and how do you assess your work in general rules of the world it was a productive year for me and the serbian government for example we've successfully reduced crime we've also been trying to find a solution to the issue of serbs in kosovo
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a solution that would rest on two principles first should be able to live there in peace and second serbia will never recognize the independence of kosovo furthermore we want albanians to stop expropriating land and for serbs to stay where they are i think we've made great progress unfortunately our economy is extremely weak and it will be a long time before we'll see any real improvement a budget relies on consumption not production and this is one area where the government hasn't been able to make any significant headway i hope that the date to start membership negotiations with the european union will be announced soon that will be a sign of best ability and send a positive signal to foreign investors that would help us repair sobeys economy. so that's a lot of it is the visits of delegations from serbia to russia have become more frequent lately but the dogs have been held behind closed doors what is russia's response to service closer ties to the e.u.
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and those complicated compromises that serbia has to make with us a little serbia will never have as close and as strong relations with the west as russia does cooperation with russia doesn't mean we have turned away from the u. cooperation with the e.u. doesn't mean we've turned away from russia moscow has never told serbia directly or indirectly that it shouldn't cooperate with the e.u. russia wants the serbian government to do whatever it takes to improve the living standards about people we're leaning towards europe simply because of a geographic location we're in the heart of you. surrounded by e.u. countries that's why european standards the benchmark for us to becoming an e.u. member is not important in itself a primary goal is to catch up with the developed european countries and if we succeed the lives of our people will definitely improve the earlier relations with the west boils down to serbia doing what the west says but i refuse to go along with such an approach and then drafted a platform which served as the basis for
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a major very solution in the status of kosovo serbs serbia had to face new conditions regularly being placed on it now we've said that on conditions you must have seen how the talks in brussels went it's no longer easy to twist serbia around their fingers we ready for discussion provided that everything is in compliance with international law. with the e.u. now and it crisis what does serb expect from joining doesn't the situation in spain greece and portugal scare you. to post orders. well there's no obvious difference serbia's not in the same situation as the you say that some e.u. countries haven't been honest enough they'd overspend and send fake budget reports to their partners many europeans were spoiled by their governments the e.u. exploited the whole world to provide a better life and huge welfare benefits for its citizens but now the reckoning is overdue there's a time to customs and a time to gather them you may enjoy
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a free ride for a while but one day you'll have to pay and now an employee you citizens are at a loss how come they no longer have an extra seven or eight hundred euros at hand how come there are no more social benefits free of charge accommodation electricity or natural gas the situation in serbia is different it would take a long time before the e.u. degenerated into the poverty that we're in at the moment we don't really care. destruction is one thing the media does very well we all tend to focus on one spicy issue of the moment and ignore the rest jill those are definitely worth the media attention but let's not ignore the fact that the food people eat around the world is an attack from multiple fronts antibiotics are often overused in cattle which
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can and eventually sadly will lead to anti biotics resistant bacteria evolving animals are also injected with various hormones which can make their way into our stomachs and speaking of mysterious things getting into our body pretty much any crops that you we are doused with all sorts of pesticides and sit on top of powerful fertilizers which can affect bodies of water far beyond the fence of the farm see below. and that's what you said being government always puts a strong focus on so basic session to the e.u. what if it doesn't happen is there a plan b. . if you saw a little bit right now we're not part of the over the last year i've been able to restore a lot of friendships with those who do serbia as a successor to yugoslavia i mean the arab world asia africa latin america and others they were very keen to revive ever lay sions we do have a plan b.
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we enjoy excellent cooperation with russia which heavily invests into serbia we're also partners with china latin america the united arab emirates other countries of the arab world in israel joining the e.u. isn't a question of life and death rather it's a question of a better life because of that if i basically say no school is an alternative plan for a because it provides investment and loans and i don't see this is an alternative these two blessings and not mutually exclusive. do you mean that said to has no need to choose between east and west. and you know to the video you could serbia will never choose between east and west it wants to be part of both this idea is nothing new it was suggested by the serbian socialist two centuries ago yes we were slavic off the docks country but we've bordered by western europe and while that might not feel like our natural environment we have to deal with it of course we have longstanding friends with whom we share a common past
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a common language and religion but it won't do any good for serbia to look in one direction only sadly enough serbia russian relations have never been truly sincere because there were always people who thought they might be harmful to serbia i think that those who want us to look in only one direction don't have the interests of serbia at heart. if that's going back to the course of the talks in brussels i don't know which it is said to have talked to you during this talks what did he tell you he backed the agreement. will. we spend a lot of time discussing the current situation possible scenarios and steps that serbia might take president putin has never interfered in our internal affairs both he and the russian government are ready to help serbia but serbia is alone in this battle unfortunately when the talks started serbia decided to talk with bush deano within the e.u. framework and never asked for someone to stand up for its interests that's why
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quite often these days serbia has to face several opponents alone the representatives from the e.u. and prishtina often share the same stance sometimes they will bring documents to the table which they clearly drafted together so we're left in the minority but if anyone thought that to join the e.u. we'd be willing to make concessions or that it was just a question of time before we changed our minds sorely mistaken or not do with the previous government did as for russia it will support any stance that serbia takes russia has made it very clear that it will never recognize an independent kosovo and. that means a lot to us it's one thing to be the only country that refuses to recognize kosovo and metohija it's a totally different thing when you are supported by other powerful countries that haven't recognized either of those involved include first and foremost russia and of course we also sought to resolve the issue of kosovo at the un security council when the last russian troops were pulling out of kosovo i was in the opposition and
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i realize that we have only nato troops to rely on in terms of security i still regret that a lot because i believe that things would have been totally different if russian forces as they unfortunately this is only wishful thinking so serbia has to work with nato the only military power that can ensure the security of serbs and other non albanian ethnicities in kosovo we introduced a provision into our agreement under which nato was to prevent any military intervention from prishtina in the area populated by serbs at least over the next ten years. seven goes around happy with the brussels deal but this had been delegation insists that was the most downgrade could get at this time why is it so important to solve this matter now do you think serbia could wait and get a better deal. time is not on the side of kosovo it's on the side of the albanians they enjoy overwhelming support the serbian population in
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kosovo is declining they've been living in these terrible conditions for thirteen years we have to convince them that this is the only possible solution at the moment my idea is to form a serbian autonomy that would be totally independent from prishtina they'd have an independent budget take care of their own security they have serbian or enforcement serbian courts education and health care if we recognize kosovo's unique status and find a way to include it in that constitution they would then we would ask pristina to recognize a unit. status of the serbian community to recognize its right to function independently it's a defacto situation in northern kosovo right now but it's not legalized for everyone to texas and we fear that it any moment albanian supported by nato another forces may gain control over northern kosovo the countries that have recognized kosovo so the preceding that has the right to control the northern territories the agreement
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signed in brussels will help us to legalize serbian autonomy and the course of o. will no longer be able to exercise its control over northern kosovo and over four serbian communities in the south i believe we can achieve this and the serbs in kosovo realise that. they don't want the credit that this doesn't mean that survey has lost the cost around that existed before the born in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine for good. so this is a very complicated question serbia will never lose kosovo but on the other hand i'm not the president in prishtina this is painful but unfortunately there's nothing i can do about it it would certainly be willing to recognize course of us independence if you get autonomy in the not no no no. we can't be that selfish actually only a third of serbs who live in kosovo or in the north the other two thirds live in
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the south and nobody has ever cared about them the international community even russia is unaware of the serbs who live in the south of kosovo i always think of all the kosovo serbs and i try to ensure they get equal rights the issue of serbs in the north of the republic is just brazenly cut off from that of the serbs living in the south and the question remains open we can either leave them to the mercy of the or thirty's and christina or make the move to the north this is a very complicated issue you can't simply swap the north from recognition of course of those independence. in my view serbia should never recognize kosovo we should discuss this situation with our friends all over the world i had to write letters to the presidents of all countries which had not recognized kosovo's independence when the agreement was signed in brussels i had to explain to them that this didn't mean that we recognized kosovo's independence and at that time albanians along with their western allies began pressuring those states saying look serbia has
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recognized kosovo and so should you. that we have numerous difficulties and a lot of work to do in regard of this matter several days ago i visited turkey and spoke openly to our turkish friends i said you've recognized kosovo's independence you even hard to be the first to do so but now you should stop insisting that other muslim countries do the saying this isn't a nice thing to do this would impact of relations serbia cooperates with both of those who have and who haven't recognized kosovo's independence but we don't want our friends who have taken this step to try and expand the list we don't want kosovo to use it in this state who bid with the u.n. general assembly. when we spoke a year ago you told me you would respect the will of the people when deciding on close in a status i am considering holding address random on this issue thus the most loyal to him but we first have to pick the right time for a referendum and decide what exactly we should us the people thank you very much
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thank you. distraction is one thing the media does very well we all tend to focus on one spicy issue of the moment and ignore the rest jill those are definitely worth the media attention but let's not ignore the fact that the food people eat around the world is an attack from multiple fronts antibiotics are often overused in cattle which can and eventually sadly will lead to anti biotics resistant bacteria evolving animals are also injected with various hormones which can make their way into our stomachs and speaking of mysterious things getting into our body pretty much any crops and you we are doused with all sorts of pesticides and sit on top of powerful fertilizers which can affect bodies of water far beyond the fence of the farm
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obviously technology has been and should be used in farming so we all don't starve i get why pesticides exist and why they start giving diseased animals antibiotics but there comes a point where outputting a lot of poisonous food will kill you just as dead as slowly starving will there is a healthy middle ground out there somewhere but if we only worry about just the g m o's and only win that battle then we'll still be eating food loaded with bad stuff just other bad stuff but that's just my opinion. well paul told me my language is all but i will only react to situations i have read the reports to let you know for instance when no i will leave them to the state department to comment on your letter point of the month to say it is mr kerry l.h.r. is on the docket no gotta. go no more weasel words
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when you have a direct question be prepared for a change when you throw a punch be ready for a battle freedom of speech means little down the freedom to cross. well i've done your bushel monday's bradley manning troll the tipping point for the obama administration worldwide coming on. a duty to disobey orders. this alice in wonderland presidency. and question for terrorism by association.
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barack obama pick this alice in wonderland theme for a wild secret policy paid by the public the mud has to dust on the white house state table while destroying punch from blood boils turning the presidential residence into a house of horrors but obama fishel is advised him that with eighty two million americans unemployed and the economy down the rabbit hole the feast must be kept secret from the public but bizarrely full rubella alice in wonderland followed by a huge coverup is the recurring theme his grown killing americans without trial was called by the judge an alice in wonderland catch twenty two manning's kind grew cool to come straight from the fairy tale says kevin zeese kevin thanks a lot for coming on can you take us through it all in book and also wanted a. certain point where there's. also some trouble with the queen.


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