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also helping china to surpass germany as russia's largest trading partner last year . and ceremony commensurate with the trade volumes meeting for the fifth time this year presidents of russia and china both stressed this to keiji components of their alliance. russia and china are committed to strategic partnership concerning all issues it helps our countries to adjust to a constantly changing geopolitical situation we have good coordination concerning the international agenda and regional issues. or ling the joints of diplomatic corps reality our russian hydrocarbons about four hundred thousand barrels of russian crude crosses the border each day when these pipeline the first between the two neighbors reaches its full capacity next year the amount will triple along to russia among other things to diversify its supply markets away from western europe . we have these alliances not without reservations over the recent years to russia
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scaled back its weapon sales to china due to concerns that beijing may copy the designs and later on in other foreign military markets. trying to buy some more for example before we quit mint and produce those that equipment it's by itself so of course it's also reduces the boredom of military trade between russia and china but there's also something that russia would like to borrow from china back in the fifty's the soviet union spared no means to industrialize its communist neighbor but now it seems the tables have turned the russian officials now preoccupied with an idea of modernization with very much like to copy china's economic miracle. to war in the recent decades china made a breakthrough in high technology and called duration in this field is mutually beneficial for all countries nowadays we both have some ideas and experience to
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share with each other so we have a great to spectate in the high tech. but do you thirds of the cabinet traveling with the president russian delegation in china proved among the largest in recent years and they all did their homework for the course of this visit russian officials took a particular liking to citing confucius china scholar her among other things at the by peaceful or against developing friendship with somebody who can a teacher any good well china is definitely not the case this country has made such a dramatic leap forward that you want to record many of the big brother russia is more than willing to learn from it from a boycott or beijing china. american author on china expert the tong says all unprecedented freedoms is allowing at the far eastern john to thrive we can watch the full interview with him on the political observer doris naismith next hour in here's a quick preview. there's social and personal freedom.
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there is never been before in the history of china that their freedom has allowed the people to contribute to the whole and to create. an ever greater and more prosperous society so every level whatever they're doing more incitement more. of course physical. appearance of a child just gone to the most modern country in the world. josiah activists aboard a boat sailing towards the gaza blockade say they expect israel to intercept them a campaign to say their objective is to show not to support their government's policy towards the palestinians will be attempts to deliver humanitarian aid comes almost a full month fatah and israeli raid on another patella and with nothing activists
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being killed the incident was condemned worldwide and labeled a brutal and this proportionate attack the jewish state still claimed the incident was self-defense and considers the tigers charity which led the flotilla terrorists linked to hamas asses corless near investigates. the pictures that catapulted a relatively little known in go on to the world stage in the world in which we live today where sympathizers or sympathize with are also being called terrorists it's no wonder that i. is being accused in this way the turkish charity first popped up on the cia's radar four years ago it's been banned in israel in germany he states strongly linked with hamas in gaza the last thing is my illness would call him soft as a terrorist he's a father of three and says he boarded a ship for gaza for his three daughters. in a gaza the children should have a right to live freely. so i joined that organization if another event of this kind
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was organized i would go again sit up in the early ninety's to help bosnian muslims the i h h or humanitarian relief fund ation has offices in one hundred twenty countries where are the roads the people in need we will go room shore or solidarity for these people and it's shown solidarity in pakistan ethiopia lebanon indonesia iraq china as well as with the palestinians we help hospitals schools we have impressed. the houses for the pupils callista knew a writer had a commie says israel is trying to portray the group as a terrorist one in order to try and justify the deadly fratello grade in the immediate after most of world condemnation of what israel had done these really is . mounted a defense which was you know we quite clever but with but not based
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on any on any facts it's enough for the investigators to decide tricky israel and the united nations each with their own inquiry policy or r.t. . a recent un report came to the conclusion that israel's military broke international borders while r.t. tortie un wants a group that is part of the american jewish lobby but most of the activity is on the united nations its executive director he led nowhere believes the ongoing investigation is nothing more than another attack on israel. the human rights council held an emergency session only a day or two after the flotilla incident happened they declared israel guilty of quote an outrageous attack so the outcome was entirely pre-determined and this is not something that's exceptional in fact mary robertson who was the un rights chief said that the human rights council has a pattern of acting politically and not for human rights let's remember who the membership is saudi arabia china colonel qadhafi of libya is now
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a member of the human rights council this is not a body that cares about human rights this is a body that is political that is in gauged in a constant campaign to digitalize israel and human rights is the last thing on the minds of members like saudi arabia cuba and saudi and libya the human rights council as kofi annan said it is selective politicized and casts a shadow upon the reputation of the un as a whole. well the outcry over the death did lead to an easing of the gaza blockade to bring some restrictions are still in place and. the united nations relief agency says easing the blockade made little difference to life in gaza are both think the . influence on the humanitarian situation or the circumstances of the people here because we need jobs that we not only we need just to ignore the trucks that fall over normal goods or. visit the grooves or something like that we
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need building materials to get into gaza because we have thousands of homeless people in the guise of a great project for the you are insisting on private completely but our lives and we have more than four thousand products have been destroyed during the war and because the percent of the population is still being in you are in humanitarian aid or going to the. heating. well fall cyrus and russell are trying their luck in politics they're an attempt to legalize the free lease of copyrighted products it comes as no make is that any attempt to strengthen the existing laws against piracy. has gone off the winners and losers and any crackdown on his pirate infested music industry. here you can mr it has been in show business since the late nineteen eighties back then giving away demo tapes was
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the best way to gain fans a few decades his formula seems to be making a comeback. except now to spread the word his music on the web for free so people pay to see him in concert. you see the album was already uploaded and downloaded a hundred times before i even published it i know there's no point in fighting it some going to use it instead. according to some estimates piracy leads to over ten billion dollars in losses globally every year. anything can be found on the internet many musicians are forced to hold more concerts while just a few years ago they were merely the second source of income the. record companies are accusing pirates of stealing their money but there are those who want to draw a fat line between selling counterfeit c.d.'s or d.v.d.'s and sharing files on the internet. just the noncommercial exchange of information being free. by the what
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is the leader of the pirates of russia party. the internet is everywhere i just need to click a button a couple of times and download a movie or some new album i want to listen to all distribution model is timeless now dated. the party wants to see new laws in russia legalizing all nonprofit file sharing on the web formed in july in two thousand and nine it's also one of the founders of the pirates parties international a movement which unites so-called pirates from around fifty countries we need to really take our chance to get to take a stand and also tradition and taking back the freedom that once belonged to us to rephrase somebody's last name that is. and take in that one hundred years for the pirates unite some websites accused of facilitating illegal file sharing in the global copyright movement have millions of registered users and last year two
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members of sweden's pirates party even managed to get two seats in the european parliament. these people are naive and lost with poor knowledge of economics and history a free economy cannot exist criticism supported by some deputies of the stadium or who see by meeting the player is a russian official its organizers could get more than they bargained for the establishment of the pirate party while. liberated this people from. criminal liability for awhile it into law the parents of russia are seeing the current laws are outdated and unfair and claim that we will be back to buy most of the internet users in the country and that is around forty percent of the electorate piracy surely is a controversial subject but let's face it it's now grown into an international phenomenon that some official pirates even getting into european politics but before the pirates of russia can even dream of getting into the state duma deal
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need at least forty five thousand members just to register and the question is even if they do have the right amount of supporters are they ready to come out i mean themselves you've got this kind of orgy. but as well as running past president chavez has won the country's election but the early results so it's missed out on the two thirds needed for an outright majority now position could block fails put forward by the ruling party opposition leaders also claim they won the popular vote which would be a major blow for the country's president the elections all seen as a popularity test for chavez ahead of the twenty twelve presidential election after he had this has been following events in caracas the rumors start to flare on the eve of the election allegations that voting machines were out of order began to circulate on the opposition side. but here at
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a station that is predominately pro opposition there were no complaints did you having trouble voting just now on our program no nothing no problems. very. what has been drilled into their heads is that the opposition will win close to fifty fifty. in the congress and maybe sixty seventy towards the inner city however the crowds display more support for the government. what the opposition claim all along is that media messages they hold a majority on the contrary throughout the borough to live in years to a revolutionary process those who are on reelection and these do is going to be a victory for us. my point station you can hear people saying vote up to the left read the government's party this school is not only one of the most historic landmarks in the city it's also one of the largest voting districts and the opinions here for the most part are somewhat fifty fifty at this polling station
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there were also no problems with voting some were even helping people with how and who to vote for began on the streets of caracas it's almost impossible to avoid election time. the venezuelan people know this election in many ways is an illogical dispute one deeply rooted in the history of latin america and this is more than under the old war it's a war of interests and power the power that the right has always had over latin america more than any of you logical war it's about the right of the people in america to make our own decisions decisions that will eventually reflect after this election is finally over. r t caracas venezuela. and seemingly almost fazed by the technical glitch which threatened their return the i.a.s. ask remembers i've been talking about their experience in orbit their minds on surprising if it saved on the things they missed most whilst in space. you know.
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i love spicy food i make real hot chili sauce myself i missed it badly i finished off all the spicy could jump stock on the isis and shocked everyone by making and eating more subway sandwiches now it's more fuel is good as a rocket. the thing you missed most of all is the i missed smiles i missed trees i even dreamt of them i even hallucinated i thought i smelled a real fire and something being barbecued on it i ended up putting pictures of trees on the walls to cheer myself up you do miss the earth. or the greens furthur turns to on doctor's all in shouting from the international space station failed because of a technical malfunction as a result of two russian cosmonauts and an american astronauts returning home was perspiring by a day in the problem with quickly three crewmembers that landed safely in kathak stand after their six month mission circling. carefully for now while the
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headlines from around the u.s. marines along with the afghan national army were involved enough fire fight against taliban rebels in southern afghanistan the soldiers were forced to take cover as they came under attack from several directions in the town of marjah they responded with about hours of rocket machine gun fire the attack comes during nato is largest military operation in the country say far named drag in the strike the operation is designed to drive militants from the southern taliban heartland of kandahar. palestinian leader would have bouts will wait at least a week before deciding whether to quit peace talks with israel or the expiration of a freeze on jewish settlements in the west bank imposed by israel ten months ago the ban was viewed as a move towards peace talks and palestinian leaders have warned their pullout of the ongoing discussions of building restarts jewish settlers have already. the
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foundations for a new kinda guy. form a serbian lead that either one candidate has appeared in court in the hague to defend himself over charges of crimes and genocide the trial which has been running for almost a year regime solved the defense requested time to review extensive documentation because it is accused of being responsible for the massacre of over seven thousand muslims in the bosnian tallis top of me in one thousand nine hundred five here how safe deny the allegations judges want at the trial could stretch into twenty fourteen of prosecutors and candidates don't speed up the case. north korea's ruling communist policy is preparing for its largest political meeting in decades where the current leader successor could be decided it's predicted jong il will pass key positions to relatives as part of a succession plan we want of his songs expected to the top in ninety eight he took over control of the country from his fall but the first hereditary transfer of
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power in communist history. and coming up in ten minutes time a trip to russia's south on the country's gateway to five different seas known for its whole agricultural land diddles they face a high tech industrial hub want salty to discover the multifaceted cissie are lost on ball valves and all special or poor.
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thank you. and i'm sure you did but that's ok all that exists business days away now with stephanie. hungry for the full stop we've got to. the biggest issues get a human voice face to face with the news makers. every month we give you the future we'll do understand how we'll get there and. the best in some sense going from across russia and around the world. join us. on our g.
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hello and welcome to the business bulletin russia's largest bank sped bank says it has billions of dollars to spend on much as an acquisitions the bank wants to become a bigger global player and is looking to expand in asia eastern europe and c.i.s. countries see graph says while spare bank has lots of money the problem is finding quality assets to invest in. acquired by the russian d.p.s. bank and this can be examining a takeover of ca's extensive e.t.a. . bad debts at russia's top have reached twenty percent of the loan portfolio the highest level since the beginning of the crisis the international finance corporation part of the world bank says russia needs to develop a market for bad debts so banks can clear them from that balance sheets timothy crouse from the i.f.c. spoke to business r.t. about its proposal to jumpstart the system with
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a two hundred million dollar fund. i think that some of the banks here that are trying too hard to collect their loans are not paying attention to their core business and their market share will shrink and they'll be left holding paper that's not worth anything i think the thing is to create a market so to have a market you need buyers and you need sellers so we have plenty of buyers here capitols not the question i see provides financing we also try to match the buyers and the sellers right now we don't have enough sellers there are not enough banks that want to sell their corporate loans so there's loans to small businesses retail loans credit card loans things like this but they won't sell corporate loans yet there is too big of a gap between the price banks think that they should get thirty forty cents on the dollar but buyers that are coming into the market are not willing to pay that yet there is no track record yet we need a precedent we need a first sale to occur and then prices will go up after that when people see that
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you can actually collect on bad loans in russia why hasn't a bad that's markets in russia emerged naturally off its own accord it's a little bit of a cycle psychological issue i think no one wants to admit that they've made bad loans it takes a while to get prepared for this and i think once banks think it through once they see that they're not making progress and restructuring corporate loans once they understand that they're not going to make much progress it makes sense for someone else to give it a try someone that specializes in this business liquidity has long to go up to being the bank's main problem do you really think that clean up balance so how banks lending i think it will because banks don't have to allocate capital to the bad loans that are sitting on their books if their management doesn't have to devote time to the bad assets that are sitting in their bank they can spend time doing what they do best which is to originate new loans there people can go out and figure out which corporate lenders are the ones that are most credit worthy which
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can be their best clients allocate capital to that that's what they need to do. russia is ready to provide china with all the natural gas it needs deputy prime minister igor such and nancy incentives as the countries signed agreements on oil gas coal and nuclear energy russia may start delivering gas to china in two thousand and fifteen if the two countries can agree on all aspects of their corporation contracts with china which include gas pricing terms are expected to be signed by the middle of next year china wants to triple the use of gas to about ten percent of all energy consumption by twenty twenty to cut its reliance on coal and oil. and the russian markets finished low on monday echoing trends in global markets liquid dragged on the my sex it shares were down more than four percent at close banks also under full formed between you showed more than two percent on the my sex lives for about british one point three percent lower but ross telecom
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bucked the trend closing one point four percent in the. profits at the russian oil pipeline monopoly transept plunged by forty eight percent in the second quarter despite stronger sales than that total came in at just under six hundred million dollars alice say the bottom line was hit by rising costs and foreign exchange losses. russia's recall had almost five percent of it shares from conoco phillips for two point four billion dollars it's less than half the stake the american firm put up to sell under an option that expired on saturday because as the able to buy back is to enhance its attractiveness to investors and to support the share price. and finally russia is adding a new natural resource to its long list of exports amid a global ban on elephant ivory the country is digging up mammoth tusks to meet a growing demand for ethical ivory at a price of roughly five hundred twenty dollars
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a kilo sixty tons of the ivory are exported annually to china the world. biggest market scientists believe there should be a plentiful supply of the tusks as they estimate as many as one hundred fifty million mammoths life frozen beneath the siberian tundra. i'm not so the business news for now but you can always find most stories by logging on to our website that's called mint slash business.
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news today violence is once again flared up. these are the images the world has been seeing from the streets of canada. china operations are all day. for the full story we've got it first hand the biggest issues get a human voice face to face with the news makers.
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now while boom welcome back to sell the flow of russian oil to china will triple by next year the target for the need is of both countries as they met to officially open comment on the men's incident. as jewish activists say a public aid to gaza with a humanitarian mission r.t. talks to members of the aid to tell it but by israeli forces came back. on the side of pilots of rupture attempt to get official setting up the political parties who have paid for the legalisation of free fall sorry. for those with a headline specs were off to have some fun in the city of rostov on bone in
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southern russia talking. as one of russia's most important southern cities an industrial and cultural center with more than one point three million people this is a twenty first century town that's proud of its history where you can find cutting edge technology and people that still follow traditions that date back centuries this area is an agricultural jewel covered with rich fertile soil and blessed with a mild climate it's the second most productive region in the country but if you want to appreciate it properly you really need somebody to give you a list. never done this before live in the best way to see the sights and. quite. the weather was perfect and soon i was getting a panoramic view of the nearby farmland although it can be a little hard to concentrate with all the gadgets on display.


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