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starts tackling russia's big football's greatest pride host the two thousand and
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eighteen world cup o. tea talks to those who have everything to play for. five years on israel. from gaza thousands of jewish people living in the west bank i repeat hundred process also. moscow's prolonged wait has endangered thousands of lives with the brunt of it calling on the elderly . who work around the clock to save lives casualties are hard to avoid when the weather conditions are so extreme. but are there ten am in the russian capital with welcome to the program it's the greatest show on earth and for a country that lives and breathes football russia is determined to net its ultimate
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prize and host the world cup officials are in st petersburg today assessing the bid for two thousand and eighteen torment. bennett reports it's already giving the potential stars of tomorrow the motivation to train harder today. for these boys football is their life they train every single day just twelve years old and if the world cup does come to russia in twenty eighteen the hopes and expectations of the nation resting on their shoulders pressure that would make others of their age crumble but for the boys at spartak moscow is youth academy discipline and desire and more important it's not the fear of failure that drives them is the fear of missing the chance to play in a world cup on home turf i'm still a very simple strategy and i really want russia to host the twenty eighty mile cap is my life's purpose if we keep working hard we have a good chance of making the team but the trainings no walk in the park before they
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can even touch the ball they must ensure a punishing nonstop fitness routine for the first hour the coaches know the boys have talent but it's their hunger that's the key this man is no stranger to that he knows what it takes to play in a world cup. fit with a defender for the u.s.s.r. in the one nine hundred seventy championships bags referred to was real madrid i was gripped by a burning desire to see the world but how could i do that in those days so i told myself that i would be a football player you know i pledged that never in my life would i smoke a cigarette or drink a gram of wine or beer you know he never had the chance to play in a world cup at home but he knows it's something not to be missed and deserving of playing in front of your own fans hearing the whole country support behind you it's something you can't beat because as a footballer you want nothing else i never got the chance but if these boys do it'll change their lives was the bulls
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a matter of national pride in russia this is how the country reacted when the team reached the semifinals of the two thousand and eight european championships i. hope this support will swing fief is vote this. the most important thing is that football is a national sport which is loved in every city in the village in this country with. the found support here is unconditional they just want more to cheer about and no winning this bid will help me over a sea of the with the boredom of a world cup at home would give the youth gorges an added impetus so that by two thousand and eight she won the race several talented young players to defend on our version of football with the emblems of pressure on their chest still not sure it's the only thing these boys a dream. i've been it r.t. moscow. has been a five year since israel pulled out from gaza leaving the strip to the palestinians
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it was hoped the withdrawal would lead the path to peace but instead the move sparked criticism of any israeli government's handling of the process and tel aviv reportedly considering a similar move in the west bank artie's discovered that israelis living there are far from happy with the plans. five years on and the picture is still whole and israeli soldier pitted against israeli citizen is raise it hopes they have a point eight thousand settlers from gaza they'd be extending an olive branch to the palestinians but most underestimated the violence and heartbreak that would follow after. the soldiers came they went to the window and shouted i said why don't you come and knock on the door like normal people they told me you are under arrest you were supposed to have loved guards are already the soldiers were crying the children were crying i was crying i looked at the guards i looked
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at the sea i said that's it it's over. yeah full of run lived in gaza with her husband and nine children for sixteen years until the last moment they refused to pack up and left with nothing more than the clothes on their back. assigned to the house was the only thing they brought with him. five years ago most israelis supported the withdraw but today more than half think it was a mistake throughout israel there are some dozen communities like this where gaza refugees despite the promises made to them are still living in temporary housing and now in settlements across the west bank people are afraid the same fate awaits them. goldstein has been mayor of the settlement block for eleven years he's furious with israeli premier benjamin netanyahu who in his latest bid for peace allegedly offered the palestinians ninety percent of the west bank if they agree to direct talks palestinian president mahmoud abbas is under pressure to give an
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answer in the coming days if the government of israel. would decide to go out of there so why are forming committing suicide there with of israel if we're going to give them our is it came minutes drive for a tank look for a vehicle tearing drive it for ten minutes who can defend it these really government spent more than two billion dollars evacuating a thousand cities from gaza it would need to remove nearly fifty times that number from the west bank a financial and logistical nightmare a more thorough assessment the principle of thing until we thoroughly everything thief numbers will be for location. was the for therm maybe we could reach an agreement. for many of those to the palestinian sovereignty today more than ever israeli settlers in the west bank have the sympathy of the
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israeli public the last thing they want is a repeat of these pictures what the public says nor more. no you know we're not going to do it like this. we're not going to disengage will not be willing to do any concessions it's time of the arabs it's time of the palestinians to do their part in the game and while the israeli government contemplates another withdrawal of ram still waiting to be reimbursed for her home she was promised a new life but he's still living in a caravan five years later policy r.t. keyboards and saw him southern israel also to come on the program of voting starts find out how to make things when they're going to make them. want to learn about a negative reaction. while record breaking temperatures have been torturing russians for over a month since crews are in a tough battle to save people suffering from the heat and smoke but doctors say
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casualties are hard to avoid when the fight is against nature ortiz kind of appalls . bring teena in the van haven't left their partner in for days the husband and wife struggle with the daily heat wave blasting their home but it's better than even thinking about going outside. and you didn't go outside i haven't been out in the street. the heat is so difficult for us it's hard to breathe and you're hard to kill you get struggle with no air conditioning and only one hundred eighty u.s. dollars per month pension even though his wife can only rely on their daughter she hangs what drapes new doorways and perseverance with damp tufts in and attempt to ward off the heat and the trouble it brings. nice and cool. this couple is healing through thanks to their daughter while others are not moscow's prolonged heat wave has endangered thousands of lives with the brunt of it
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fall and the elderly emergency services are getting twice as many fall outs daily as they would in any other month there are no official statistics on how many people have died so. when natural anomalies happen certain complications take place health wise and the death rate is somewhat higher but we don't have the exact statistics and i would not say that the death rate has doubled or tripled and all hospitals are packed with patients i haven't noticed anything like that. medics are working around the clock trying to get every patient on time even private healthcare has seen an increase in calls. and some not from regular clients which we have. and will start the annual insets off sirens screaming but without the weather on their side even the medical men may find themselves fighting a battle they can't win. r.t.
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may be due to the country with origins or trying to resolve potential problems before they turn into something. sent us this report. again all the right notes mozilla has become a success two decades ago philip you ran to study in europe met his wife in italy and moved to england where you continued his education. here then i came direct i was. very busy so didn't have a lot of stress i get a lot of sport dancing. i tried my written off life this speaking six languages it's not been difficult for most and to integrate now he has a two year old daughter and a home in helsinki but not every immigrant in finland is as successful. as
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a local newspaper and claims newcomers are often denied jobs simply because they don't have a finnish name born abroad to a finnish mother she joined up with other immigrants to propose a parliament to fight for the rights of the newcomers. finishes cited systematically not ready to understand that it's changing and even though currently the amount of immigrants is only about three percent of the population if measures are not taken out the problems are only going to. organizers say the immigrant parliament will be an independent nonpolitical organisation but not many finns including this member of parliament from the finnish folk party support the project i don't think it's a good idea for immigration groups and the right people who can't read or count or write are coming into famine than they are not predictable many immigrants or refugees from troubled regions like somalia and iraq and some of them don't speak
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finnish that means they can't find a job so they live on state handouts it's provoked a backlash from the right wing nationalist in the country afloat to support. immigrant problem see me help stop the rise of racial hatred we would like to do the policy so that we can also hear their voice. so i think that this policy and it's a good idea because this gives voice. to migrants and they can act as a kind of device or abort that voting is planned for next year in. every registered immigrant who's eighteen in his name for at least two years we'll be able to take court every person sure we have the right for a decent life and to travel but having this right doesn't mean abusing it living by the means of others feelings may be new to the immigration issue but it's long become a part of the reality for many other european state and now the time has come for
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this country to find its solution before these emerging problems turn into a nationwide crisis you've got this kind of forty helsinki finland. the new commander of american nato forces in afghanistan general petraeus says he won't be bound by the deadline of july two thousand and eleven to start withdrawing u.s. troops but said he was the right to advise president obama against the pullout date if the conditions are right his interview came as american public support for the war reached an all time low the previous month being the deadliest for u.s. troops since the beginning of the war in two thousand and one some experts believe one way to succeed in the campaign against the taliban is to admit the real threat is not just insurgency but also the drugs trade parties and this to any who shot his views on lisa. i have to. train special investigative unit and major crimes task force apprehended afghan national
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security advisor the president accused americans of behaving like russians eluding to the soviet military campaign thirty years ago well comrade karzai in effect could get more than he bargained for it is a bit the irony that in soviet times in afghanistan it could be just in comprehensible even to imagine that some of it backed leaders would be involved less to fall protecting a rampant corruption and drug trafficking and drug production all across the country so that in a way a good bit a measure of success all their lack of it for the american leaders who are trying to recess that date. their political and military campaign in afghanistan while the general petraeus has already initiated an official rate evaluation of u.s.
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policy in afghanistan which has already drifted from the classical counting insurgency to counter terrorism and to counter narcotics it is only one missing element that would provide the new measure of success to regain the momentum that is to meet an openly declare that the terrorism and drug trafficking are just two parts of the same challenge and it should be properly a church attributed and cold as narco terrorism. a quick look now at some other stories making headlines around the world the sounds pakistani authorities are calling the lodging it could add to the current this or this week the country's worst floods on record began more than two weeks ago and so far fifteen hundred people through a visit to devastate the areas the union chief ban ki-moon said it was the worst natural disaster he ever seen and again in the world to speed up
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a difference the estimated twenty million people affected face in this installation . on off road race in southern california has ended in tragedy off the truck crashed into a crowd of spectators killing eight the accident happened moments after the start of the event which off road vehicles reach high speeds and make jumps the race in the desert also the twelve people injured it's not yet known why the truck driver lost control of his vehicle. and south korean and american troops have been the ones to a new round of drills if there were games involved tens of thousands of troops north korea has responded with threats claiming the exercises are her sole for an attack the tensions between young and solar especially high since the sinking this spring with the sounds of. international reports blame the north korean students for. responsibility. well they did today we look at the author effect sort of
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vietnam war the personal recollections of american veterans thirty five years old that's coming up in our special report. she joined the military. because i thought that it was my duty that it was something that i can do to help my country. my government that is necessary for me to feel. there was a lot of. there was a lot of murder of american officers and soldiers there were a lot of. these all the war i was not i wanted to win a lot of medals and to have a lot of desperation. but afterwards i realize that they don't mean anything. that him for. i don't i don't i never check the medal.
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head now with the business news on the stand that one country has found a rather novel way to pay its bills dining halls to pay for russian gas with we'll look at what a little later in the program but first the agricultural bank of china has raised a record twenty two point one billion dollars in additional public offering the country's number three lender braved falling stock markets in shanghai and hong kong to become china's last major financial to list investors have been cheered by double digit growth in the chinese economy for the second quarter. check out the stock markets now japan's being dragged by news of just point for growth in the second quarter confirming china has overtaken it as the world's number two economy exporters are also being hit by the strong yen comic on there is slightly down this hour. here in moscow the r.t.s. is open higher in the first few minutes of trade all judge rules net is a main gainer already up a point two of a percent as it recovers some of friday's losses. russia's number two break d.t.b.
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was to privatized at least ten percent of its shares according to interfax the news comes as the government prepares to sell big stakes in state owned businesses to raise cash earlier this month business all to be revealed in talks with the oil rich states of kuwait about taking a stake. and libya putin is backing the creation of a green exchange to stop shops hiking prices and to monopoly watchdog says the cost of a loaf of bread is going up as russia's drought continues despite sufficient reserves across the country ahead of the watchdog now wants at least fifteen percent of russian game contract to be traded through the public exchange and make pricing transparent. aluminum giant result has hired top banks merrill lynch credit suisse as consultants in the takeover battle for north nickel and billionaire vladimir put on its interests on blocking stakes in one of the world's largest miners but to accuse each other bad management and have both been for a controlling share in
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a statement reseller did the banks will advise on how to bring world class governance to north little. to all known companies of poor law and stakes in russia's top fertiliser producer sylvan it is being reported the buyers of friends of mine karim of owner of rival cali and will sell the shares on to him to create the world's second largest potash mine the government has called for consolidation of russian agriculture so they can compete globally. russia started an internet service for foreign investors to complain about their treatment in the country is part of a big drive to clean up business as you know reports. the public complain is gaining popularity in russia people are posting videos and youtube trying to overcome the very chaotic me him by addressing the president and prime minister directly now a new foreign investor might do the same russia has seen a ten year rally coupled with a massive increase in global investment into what is still seen as an undeveloped market with great potential many of those companies who have made their way in have
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found it rewarding those companies which are already here they know that it is possible to do good business here it's a sound business opportunity here they made good money here that made good margins good profits. i don't know many investors who left this market but at the same time the risk attributed to russia has had a downside it's seen as a lend of open higher margins but also significant risks with administrative and very credit barriers open headlined now the government is making the point a stable political and economic environment is its focus with clarity predictability and a move over to approach to regulation investors see it's long overdue we've got to be more open the problem with the foreigners. with the foreign investors the one no one think they can get scared very fast the government or the companies which is trying to track foreign investors or foreign money patients who very thing very carefully because you know
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a person from other countries is getting scared of everything the slum so investors does and russian troops in the wake of public criticism mention the team keep you out any key is problems in opening new stores the new service is a small step but opening schools for more immediate complain will help bring in new investment environment and they say this will put pressure on all levels of government to account for themselves in a given reader business r.t. . russia's lifting its ban on u.s. chicken after forms promised not to treat the meat with chlorine welch's lifting the ban of the farm said nineteen of eighty seven american poultry producers remain on the blacklist the obama administration says the ban should be fully scrapped. castro bellerose was to pay for russian oil and gas in food the former state says it will give meat milk or grain in exchange for fuel president lukashenko i did the deal makes sense as energy prices are rising while drought has slashed russia's
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harvest. now so for now join us in fifteen minutes the stock markets continue outspoken across the or. the united states of america is waging war within its own army. kill no
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advantage it is on no one sign. and human losses are quite significant. is it possible to win the war against sexual assault in the u.s. armed forces sex in the army on our. morning news today violence is once again flared up the film these are the images the world has been seeing from the streets of canada. trying to cope for a shelter on the day.
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