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action to the ways that some jobs gulag marks mines. iran revives ties with the lama's u.n. monitors to visit its nuclear facilities that's despite israeli i'll go over the american led negotiations on tyrone's atomic. clock. is there are those. out there with him for goods and there's people out there everywhere who are appalled and how their proxies online we call him a common profile using pad somewhere else to live is being used in the you asked for adopted children. and with bitcoin prices soaring to a new high which works so goes out of occasionally cyber currency as a charity beacon despite possible safety concerns.
this is all she coming to live from moscow hello and welcome to the program the failure to reach a number of the nuclear agreement with iran last week doesn't stop both science from trying harder to reach a breakthrough on monday to iran signed an agreement with the un's atomic watchdog allowing expanded monitoring of the country's nuclear sites on top of docks the islamic republic is now reviving diplomatic ties with britain aussies soft earth reports now from london. another royal monday names new envoys to each other's countries now that scene is a continuation of this reestablishing of diplomatic ties and coming on the back of course of the meeting at the weekend in geneva. to rome's nuclear program and by and large actually considering the u.k. of course traditionally a very staunch critic of around seemingly very confident in their wording that
there is going to be a deal reached i'm convinced of the agreement we were discussing would be good for the security of the entire world and we will pursue it with energy and persistence but of course those talks ultimately not successful we've seen the finger of blame pointed by farm out front that's largely attributed to the french foreign minister quite publicly making it known his concerns about the proposed agreement saying that he wanted to avoid a fool's game now we've seen the u.k. and u.s. foreign ministers would he try and play down those differences saying that the differences between the western powers are actually very narrow first being said by some experts to be a face saving exercise here and of course as we said the u.k. so certainly much more positive start surrounding the talks looking forward to november the twentieth when those talks will resume we've heard foreign secretary
william hague saying that he's confident that further progress will be made and earlier we spoke to barbara slavin the u.s. state department leading iran expert and a senior fellow at a top u.s. think times of the atlantic council she believes john kerry's latest statement about a united front with runs is a diplomatic maneuver to reduce tensions in the western camp. john kerry is generally quite diplomatic and he wants a deal and if it's france that's in the way he's not going to go out and publicly critics criticize the french he's going to work behind the scenes to try to convince them to sign on now it's iran that's changed its attitude toward the talks most radically let's face it this is foreign minister zarif who came with a new proposal at the last round of talks and who is very serious about wanting to get an agreement for him for rouhani this is a second chance it's what we call
a do over they didn't manage to improve iran's relations with the united states and get a nuclear deal the last time they were in power and i think they're determined to do it now. and iran's supreme leader accused paris on twitter showing open hostility during the weekends talks trend for cost of gerald celente believes arms sales was one of the main reasons while paris broke ranks in tunisia france does a lot of business and wants to continue to do more business with the arab states particularly the saudis in selling them weapons and of course they have a long history as they did during the iraq iran war of supplying weapons in that those days to iraq via the arab nations the sunni asians who look upon iran shia iran as a mortal enemy france has at least three hundred nuclear weapons and they're telling iran that they can't do anything look who invaded mali the french can't get
over their colonial trip and its new colonialism so what they may lose in iraq in car sales auto sales and other sales they'll make up by doing more business with the arab league and more for more power in places where they've lost it since their colonial days. lawmakers on capitol hill have been alerted by the media to the worrying trend of so-called online re homing adopted children the term describes transactions between force to parents who want to get rid of kids they regret adopting to strangers who can't or won't adopt through legal channels marina work nine best a case well turns out to be at thriving practice. animal owners may be familiar with the term private re homey typically it refers to those seeking to give their
pet away but today the practice is reportedly being used by parents looking to give away the child they adopted from overseas and no longer wants an investigation conducted by reuters found that this type of child trafficking is happening largely in cyberspace where parents allegedly advertise their unwanted children through yahoo and facebook groups the lawless atmosphere allows internationally adopted orphans to be passed on to strangers without government scrutiny or even a paper trail as a result many of these children can end up in the custody of criminals sex offenders or abusive adults that would have never been allowed to legally adopt according to the reuters investigation many of the children advertised online for private re homing range between the ages of six to fourteen and had been adopted from abroad including from countries such as russia china ethiopia and ukraine some
of the kids don't even speak english experts say in this expanding underground market of foreign orphans innocent kids are being treated like cattle given away without any legal oversight it poses huge risks right because some of the families into which these children home they're probably perfectly good in the children are doing better perhaps and some of them are not so that the risk is that it's not being done right the risk is that the child is not entering a better situation and certainly as a legal matter again whether that child is yours biologically you're required option however that child got into your family we want legal processes in place so that the rights of those children are protected the lack of oversight and protection of foreign orphans adopted by u.s. parents has faced ongoing criticism as of this. here u.s. citizens are banned from adopting russian orphans since nine hundred ninety one
thousand russian children have reportedly died at the hands of their american adoptive parents according to the u.s. state department nearly eight thousand seven hundred orphans were adopted from foreign countries last year what we don't know is how many of those kids are still living with the american parents that brought them here and how many have been given away reporting from new york marina were nial r.t. . and while many cases of online khomeini go unnoticed and lead to die a cult sequences there are others one human tragedy was not a avoided but only timely measures were taken to respond unless war reports now only one such story dimitris stewart was five years old when he and his brother were adopted from an orphanage in a small town near moscow it would be a rocky road living with his adoptive american parents didn't really feel like. i was there when he was a young teenager after years of strained relations and after his parents had
biological children of their own the stewarts decided it was time to find him a new home and that's when they turned to the internet is that i go underground groups where people want to. destructive adoptions and eventual levy internet search led the stewarts to meghan axon axon moderated a website to help find new homes for children that's how dimitris parents found nicole isa in eastern advertiser self as an aspiring mother that ran a home school dimitri found out that this was far from the truth this is a little tiny basically. him he's serious it was clear that his new home was no home school there isn't even a desk there had to do homework she didn't even make you go to school she gave you the option to go to school and then you had a biological kid that was taken away from them from the stay so they want
a lot to have any more kids and that's why they're doing this underground underground thing the living situation didn't last long a month after being dropped off axon was shocked to learn more information about who the easton's really were nicole had been married to a man who was a pedophile and that she could not get a homestudy due to her finances traditional adoption agencies are becoming a thing of the past you both have to have lawyers you have to do things legally this is not an easy way to adopt these days private adoptions are far more common it's unclear how many of them were facilitated on the internet where it's harder to regulate the transactions between families after the traumatizing ordeal dimitri moved to this group home outside atlanta he feels safe with his new guardians in this quaint home in a nice suburban neighborhood today he has words of caution for families turning to the internet to adopt us never know who's who's going to. be out there
looking for kids and there's people out there everywhere and marietta georgia liz of all are. and of course we'll have more live discussion and analysis only to show you a lying child we're hoping later in the day and also coming up this hour hail analyse it is a blindfold few the central government separatist militants illegal patterns over control of the country's oil production.
a new high is trading prize has almost doubled since october because despite what some users and many analysts considered to be considerable cyber safety concerns its use is still virtually small compared to other currencies but it can pay for a range of products and services and boosting its popularity bitcoins are held in online wallets and traded without control by any central authority and the cyber currency has been gaining new horizons as ati's peter all of an hour reports. in the headlines it's betrayed as a vehicle for drug dealers and potential assassins these people calling in a different light god will only help you if you have your serve so we could do charity to get the possibility to have them so all we have to do to start thinking and make this possible is for is a mixed school and it's already being seen in uganda where supporters of using
recording for charity hope to see one hundred percent of the donation reaching those in need something that other charities can't offer the reason that bitcoin could benefit charity is that every penny of what you donate ends up with those who need it no middleman no admin no cut for anyone else if somebody in somalia has access to the technology and to the hardware. and he needs a shovel for his acre he can put up a charity project that just says i need this is this is my acre i need to grow some food there i need a shovel will cost me two euros and can put that up there getting those in need access to the technology is one of the main challenges that those behind the krypto charity say things are moving along quickly there you've already got i'm on my boat by and there's already people doing it corn payments for my ball fire and so all of this is kind of working itself out just one click in the right place on the website
and your donation is there however those that work with established charity say they are convinced all of the kinks have been worked out in this system just yet this is the so-called will young it's very difficult to control if the money is being spent in the way it was intended at this point i'm skeptical but in the future we'll see. bitcoin advocates are determined to push charity is a use for the cryptocurrency it's peer to peer for months i don't need personal age you can show people this is my face my name my family my village and this is what we need can you please help us it's being portrayed as phones without borders if bitcoins twenty first century philanthropists all right it could help some of those most in need peter all of the r.t. berlin and later on r.t. as the us economy spirals deeper into debt mark skies it takes on the economy it's trying to whitewash inflation. over the past decades after the fall post-war
period. economists writing in mainstream media outlets try to convince the public that what they see is not true don't believe your eyes listen to what we have to say on the pages of these editorials describing what the truth is even though people in their gut and in their heart know that they're being alive to the difference today is you've got other media outlets you've got other social media outlets that are confirming what people know in their hearts they're being freaked up their strength training hard and they want recourse they want answers. greenpeace currier of the arctic sunrise who stormed a russian oil rig in september have reportedly arrived to st petersburg and say joins me now live with more how that tubby is so what's the latest that. the very greenpeace activists indeed arrived in st petersburg on a train from they arrived at twelve eleven local time upon arrival to st petersburg
the train station where they were the carriage was one of the carriages was separated from of the actual train away believe we believe that that is the carries that it was indeed a holding the thirty activists we know that moment had said that they were moving the thirty activists because of the fact that the charges now we're out of the jurisdiction we also know that you know moving them to st petersburg means that they'll be able to see their family far more easily the weather is in petersburg is a little bit better as one moment it's cold it gets dark very early in petersburg it's still a little bit of life even though winter is a arrive so indeed they have arrived so it will say we definitely know for sure that that train arrived in st petersburg this morning right and kind of give us some background here so how did we get all together. well twenty eight to
greenpeace activists including two journalists who were on board the arctic sunrise a vessel that's a vessel led itself. with the team to the. waters of the russia now that's where the oil rig of russia is based they were then asked not to to go on board to the oil rig up on that so they continued to go ahead with without noticing the officials they were then arrested and the vessel was seized we know that they were charged with piracy which holds a minimum of fifteen years in prison but that piracy charges had been downgraded to hooliganism which which hold up to seven years in a prison so right now they're in a simply does detention holding cell awaiting trial here and we know that this case has also caused quite a few diplomatic squabbles as well please tell us more about that. well tensions
have definitely been running high between the netherlands and russia first of all we know that russia had spoken out and said that that they had spoken to the netherlands upon seeing that the arctic sunrise vessel was approaching their waters and asked them to stop the vessel from going any further the netherlands did not respond to those two that they then the netherlands went to the mari time tribe you know and i said russia be forced to relieve the vessel as well as the activists not only those kind of sort of back and forth spend between at the diplomats but also we know that those waters are highly disputed by everyone so indeed not only has it become an environmental issue but it's also become a political issue and it's now up to between the two governments to see how they will work this one out. all right. thank you very much indeed for that.
on our website for you right now one anonymous group takes on another hackers in australia post a video warning by counterparts in indonesia they could be facing an all out cyber war we get to the bottom of the conflict at r.t. dot com for. president assad hands in a shopping list demanding his given dozens of armored vehicles generators and field kitchens i don't lie to find out what he wants them for and why and now this international community is likely to say not. right to see. her story. and i think the truth. on our reporters would.
be a. little. believe in government and some of the rebels who propelled it to power are now on a collision course tripoli has given separatist militants in the country's east a ten day deadline to stand down or face the consequences a powerful warlord has set up a self-proclaimed atoll in this region and taken out a little hope of the country's oil production with a shadow government in place and a private army backing it up the breakaway province is now planning to cash in on the reserves by starting crude export consultant salamat was to blame for the libyan crisis on pointlessly. says the foreign intervention in libya has already brought that she has there should be stopped now adays libya is hardly able to even the sets fly the consumption
and again that bag. ground leave with. the stalled to be explored fourth why it's what. really is in it to me that is the brightest bulbs like the. have for the inflicted on them by western intervention and more international news in brief for you now the one has launched an appeal of dollars in aid for typhoon hit areas in the philippines more than seven hundred people have been confirmed dead after typhoon haiyan batters the country although it's still feared the final toll could get close to ten thousand many people have been left to scavenge for food in the rooms while some have turned to move aid began to pour in on monday while rescue workers are trying to reach remote areas that.
is demanding an official apology and damage arrangements from poland after nationalist protesters are trying to russia's and the same also thousands of demonstrators rounded up on the compound and began throwing fire bombs during an independence day march scuffles broke out and security forces used pepper spray and rubber bullets dozens of arrests were made and a number of people were injured is the thirty eighth in a row when the country's national holiday was broken into running battles with riot police. have been injured in a violent clashes across bangladesh one thousands of garment workers took to the streets demanding higher pay protesters threw stones at security forces who responded with tear gas the rioters also target factories in the country's industrial towns pay and conditions are a major issue in bangladesh which is the second largest garment manufacturer in the
world. ukraine is on the brink of joining a key trade agreement with the european union but tough admission standards are keeping the deal on hold for now or of attention over the former soviet country shunning the a russian led customs union is escalating and my colleagues discuss the details with to people be him. they are indeed brewing these tensions and that's because we've had the latest report that ukraine has stopped by russian gas completely huge revelation considering that they rely on sixty percent. in ukraine so they don't need to buy russian gas now well apparently they've got enough to supply themselves with for this coming winter we know that ukraine rely on russia for their discounts these gas that's right house and all of this is because they have a choice at the moment of joining the russian led customs union or the e.u. free trade zone though get their face at the end of the month right you decided
that the criteria economic analysts very quick do so ukraine is in no position to know absolutely will that's exactly what president putin is saying as well he's saying that in the short term they can't afford to get to their ambition of what they want to do the president of ukraine disagrees the population is pretty mixed as to where they want to go forty percent of all going towards the e.u. thirty five percent are going toward saying with the customs union as well as that it's all about these gas discounts as i say they need those because at the moment the economy is in trouble they just ended their third recession since two thousand and eight since the financial crisis. in the post for your current account as well and it's all about their foreign reserves they've just been dealt three downgrades from the the biggest credit rating agencies here in ukraine to greece borrowing costs in our three year high so the question is can they afford this now also the criteria that the e.u. has set in order for them to enter this is expensive because they would need to
invest in infrastructure the president of ukraine has said that he doesn't see joining the e.u. is the be all and end all he doesn't see it as a breakaway he sees it as a bridge. in about half an hour from now to stare on for a look at the gun industry both who claim it's growing pull the wrong reasons. president obama despite being king liberal loves to flatter the troops he loves their courage selflessness and teamwork as he said in his state of the union address but he doesn't love are there expensive injuries which the troops are going to have to pay three times more for according to yahoo news the president's
administration wants to force military retirees to get out of tri-care their current plan and added to obamacare the plan calls for them to raise premiums from up to ninety to three hundred forty five percent within five years one example provided by the free beacon estimates that a retired army colonel with a family currently paid four hundred sixty dollars a year for health care would have to pay around two thousand dollars make you pay even more for your war injuries apparently that's what obama is actually planning well he is reading those lovely speeches off of teleprompters people who are against the post nine eleven war against who knows what are often told that they don't support the troops well do the people who say bring the troops home never advocate tripling their health care premiums no they don't all of the chicken hawks who send the troops off to die in questionable wars are the ones who want to make them pay even more for their injuries but that's just my opinion.
it's. there are approximately over two hundred eighty million licensed firearms. in the united states of america female owner seem to be more and more common today one in five americans own at least one firearm a phenomenon which didn't exist thirty years ago. i'm not a girl that's for a big until we have a few pieces but i don't wear a lot of it and that what we do together as a family is collect against and target shame. the right to carry a gun is supported by the second amendment of the constitution established in seventeen ninety one by james madison after the war of independence. free
circulation of guns was one of the first flows put in place by the revolutionaries . even if the time of war has ended for many americans carrying a firearm remains and in a right as important as freedom of religion or expression. they carry out on time. a much the same problem or at a time. problem. paradoxically while crime levels have lowered since two thousand and five the sale of guns keeps on rising. the subject divides american society with the pro arms on one side and i'm tired arms on the other. consequently each state has their own legislation for regulating the sale and carrying of guns the twenty seven states in red on the map have lenient laws the twenty three grey ones are more repressive america is divided into. more and more american women see.