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the. libyan government says no ceasefire from the opposition saying it would take the folders out of the cities where they might think i'm going to fear in the capital city of tripoli join me in a few moments i'll bring you more. as it's called take on the middle east unrest the combination of a fairy tale animation and music headlights come together to create an online hit. trouble continues workers prepare to see the breach at japan's stricken nuclear site contaminated water seeps into the pacific ocean. and for a break from the busy life we take you to no frantic ski resort in the girl's sea
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area breaks free of its reputation of an industrial reach. it's eleven am here in the russian government or national news twenty four hours a day this is about. the top story libya's embattled government has flatly rejected rebel calls for a cease fire describing their terms as mad opposition leaders are demanding the regime withdraw its troops from western cities and grant freedoms to citizens insisting colonel gadhafi steps down things point to slip has more from tripoli. spokesperson here in tripoli said it would be mad to expect libyan soldiers to withdraw from cities where there was still fighting and this is almost ironic because it wasn't so long ago that tripoli itself made to cease fire offers and at
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that time the rebels said that these offers were insincere and could not be trusted so certainly a lot of mistrust between both sides neither willing to be the first to lay down arms rather to from actually trying to slightly different picture is emerging we are hearing from the country from the prime minister mr alford baby that lines of communication have been opened and that they're hoping to intensify them they said that they are talking with the british the french and the americans to reach some kind of mutual settlement that would see the stopping of killings of civilians now we are hearing the same line coming out of london it has confirmed that in recent weeks it has been meeting in private with civil high ranking libyan officials we know that just on wednesday mohammed ismail who is a custody aide of gadhafi son was in and i'm going he was trying to organize what we understand some kind of exit strategy for the gadhafi family that landed insisting that any kind of deal any kind of settlement plan would have to include gadhafi himself stepping down we're hearing from doctors on the frontline and some
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of the most recent nato airstrikes at least seven civilians were killed they were children three of them were girls from the same family you know what we've been told in what was to put incidents nature is tried to hit and ammunitions and laurie and the explosions caused two nearby houses to collapse and some of those injuries coming from that overnight friday we're also hearing disturbing reports coming from the western city of misrata residents saying that the government and soldiers there have intensified their shelling that it is very random and a lot of people are dying here in tripoli the air strikes have continued overnight there were missiles that were fired in the east and south and west of the city some other. landing and get up is compounded as asea according to eyewitnesses there were snipers on the boarding and it was blood on the ground the fighting in the frontline into the ground the town of gregor we are hearing though that the rebels
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are slightly better organized that they are now starting to be inexperienced young fighters who showed themselves defeat in the face of chaos and actually reaching the frontline we are also being told that they have new communication instruments with them in the form of satellite phones in the form of radios these have no doubt be provided by the international community were also being told that the rebels have water and some new equipment so that they are stepping up the fight on the ground we are hearing from the european union that if asked it is ready to send a humanitarian mission it will essentially hold a not a military operation that will provide humanitarian assistance in a series of hoping to evacuate displaced people and also provide assistance to humanitarian organizations working here with journalist and author susan says the rebels are too we could disorganized strict conditions to get doctors. will never step down he's a fighter to the end and it seems extraordinary that the losing the opposite
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that the opposition forces while they are losing the war we try to dictate the terms of surrender to the party to its winning which is the united nations has jumped into this conflict before they were before they understood who they were teaming up with they did not understand anything about this opposition force the opposition force is not highly emotive they may be passionate in their politics but they are not highly organized on the battlefield essentially you're going to have to have a ground war to remove gadhafi i mean what some say the policy of double standards they played their hands. criminals while leaders around the world continue to rally against moammar gadhafi parents of the past sometimes it is going to escape punishment for the crimes they commit. and israeli businessmen millions by
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georgia ends up with the subject of dr king's case was corrupted by the country's government to avoid a payday. almost a million views on you tube in less than a week the fairy tale of the three little pigs is enjoying comeback turned into a cartoon by russian illustrator ration satirizes the rest across north africa are important i found out which page house of bricks. a cartoon parody starring pigs. birds and r t possibly the best and shortest explanation summarizing the uprisings in tunisia egypt and libya. three big pigs was created by russian illustrator. a twenty six year old motivated by technology and politics wanted to get
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a fresh game i wanted to do. i just looked at. one of my authority names. for. the same. price for. the revolution and i for. my shop so since in this three little pigs remake libyan strongman moammar gadhafi and the ousted leaders of tunisia and egypt take the form of green pigs hiding in houses angry bird protesters smashed literally and barak but with libya on. this so-called freedom fighters achieve victory with the support of an american eagle wearing a french guy. in less than five days this viral clip has created a global baas and garnered nearly one million hits on you tube says he will likely
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make a second video and has already been approached about turning his cartoon into a game colorful metaphors and imagery illustrating the story of revolutions as the world waits to see how the real end game plays out during a fortnight party. well a shared condemnation of the dark about the international community has given rise to actually sections of hypocrisy recent conflicts suggest that some leaders can skate punishment for their crimes as long as they have the backing of the us. welcome and firm handshakes for someone who just three years ago gave the order that led to the deaths of civilians in the republic of south korea dealing with one of the great leaders of the world the georgian president with his fluent english is a welcome guest on american t.v. shows where he's never asked the question why in the middle of the night on august
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the seventh of two thousand and eight a georgia begin to me george tiller. of the sleeping city of tskhinvali and other peaceful callus the. region which georgia wanted to bring under its control was razed to the ground. hundreds were killed in the attack. nearly lost his daughter in sacrifice really bombings she was visiting relatives in one of the towns in south ossetia i believe scottish really should be removed from office i think you should be tried in international courts for rule crimes but when it comes to me even though the e.u. finding mission determined that he started a war in two thousand and eight and ordered the bloodbath in south of the georgian president is still supported in the west they have no strategic interest in. supporting his overthrow the notion that decisions get made on the basis of humanitarian concerns is simply false it doesn't it's not the basis for the
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decision about libya it's not the basis for decisions about georgia about palestine about kosovo the question of who is held responsible and how is very much a strategic question it's not a legal question as it should be to boost its strategic aims. among other things georgia has dispatched one thousand troops to join allied forces in afghanistan and became the leading troop contributor relative to georgia's overall population of soundless and as this fox news interview shows almost unstoppable praise of the us is also believed to have played a role in the west's according saakashvili no matter what his crimes and there's like because of race numbers and their marriage protection and more we're getting repeat more throughout the religious history there's a fear of regulation in the bastards are you now as the world as the cleared a no fly zone over libya to stop could not feet many wonder why a no fly zone was never on the table when the georgian president launched
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a steadily campaign or when israel bombed the gas it was three weeks in a row on the question for example of gaza where you had a blatant act of aggression clearly a violent massive violation of not only international human rights norms but work crimes crimes against humanity being created fourteen hundred people killed of whom more than nine hundred were civilians more than three hundred were children it was a horrific situation that went on for days the problem there is that israel is the protector protectorate of the united states and the u.s. is not going to allow anyone the united nations or anyone else to actually engage in a serious way in stopping that massacre you would think if a leader commits atrocities he would be treated like they could benefit denounced ben from travel but with results that's not the way politics works the georgian
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president killed scores of civilians but was exonerated by the west politicians accept him as a friend business leaders are looking for the best in his country and it seems the group west is happy to continue turning a blind eye to the blood of separateness heads i'm going to check out reporting from washington r.t. . the comfy. why the u.s. dollar could be out of the picture and the creation of a new clue monetary system. because. we were free country you can. make a million dollars or you can lose it all but you. can't other opinions gathered by the rest of the show host on the streets. and putting the pieces in place we report from the assembly side of the story spacecraft staunchly shuttle to mark the fiftieth anniversary occurrence of first space flight. the stricken from ashima facility are set to see the breach in one of the reactors
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using concrete japan's nuclear officials say highly radioactive water has been seeping through the cracks in the pacific ocean un's top nuclear officials has warned that the operation to solve the crisis at the site will be proved wrong. hands prime minister has visited the damaged facility to boost morale among those working there authorities say they don't plan to expand the twenty kilometer evacuation zone the radiation was registered forty kilometers from the facility. writer and commentator and alex says the government is not doing enough to resolve the crisis. of the biggest problems they are dealing with here is this whole thing is that left in the hands of the electrical company and in most large countries of the world eric if you had a problem of this seriousness you'd have now the central government coming in with all the big resources at their disposal the army the navy the resources of this film company are not up to it they don't have enough cars and vans its own to get
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to the site well them. in a big wealthy country and there are other ways to do it and yet the government just seems to just unwilling to make a move beyond what some direct threats in the electrical company are telling them. there are many problems not only that gratian well one of the curious questions is why are they staying at a facility that is subject to radioactivity just five hundred meters from the site there not to have been ways to bring in tents to go to temporary shelter say one kilometer or even two which we were in al of radioactivity that they're exposed to the issue is not so much what the electrical company did or didn't do but why the central government seems unwilling to step in and not. a scandalous and politically charged trial in georgia has ended with an israeli investor being sentenced to
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seven years in jail twenty foods who is charged with bribery maintains that he was set up at a georgian government which shows the best hundred million dollars which explains. a roni fox is not only a major investor in georgia he's also an on record so in turkey a position combining economic development and all the rocker diplomacy he worked as an all trader in new york for some people teen years and yes see he invested huge amounts of cash in georgia back in the nineteen ninety s. now quite surprisingly for he managed to go last year he received an invitation to visit george air from the prime minister of the country himself now why surprisingly because for some fifteen years rooney folks has been demanding one hundred million dollars from georgia the money which georgia owes him for a bridge to grammont on construction of an oil pipeline back in the ninety's now of
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course in london that year ruled that george indeed should pay the money back for georgian authorities but obviously didn't want to pay that money to any folks here believe that invitation is just a formality to put an end to this fifteen year old dispute well shortly before that visit in quite a rude sea hotel room and turkey there was an unofficial meeting between. the georgian authorities and there they reached a verbal agreement after drinking lots of cognac big roni folks would receive only seventy two million dollars instead of ninety eight with george owed him but on one critical condition in return he gives seven million dollars back now the agreement was reached only one formality was allowed to come over to georgia shake hands with the prime minister and finalize the deal now minutes after that happened in front of georgian t.v. cameras rony folks and his business associates were arrested for the question is
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how did it come that a businessman who georgios that huge amount of cash and up in a prison now the lawyer of it was a trap. we wisely set out by. himself there was in fact the. cooperation of collaboration between four important ministries of the government and probably with the approval of the president of the ministry of finance the ministry of justice the ministry of the interior and the prime minister's office all of which came together with the two and broad issues fuchs was that informed through diplomatic channels that he would not be released until the arbitration award was waived now shortly after his business partner was over they were all for it runs and what could be called a ransom was put on the table now just that he could be released to eat here
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admitted guilt and if he gave the money back but rooney fox refused to do either now we know that your agenda wants the world to believe that it's on a war against corruption and. personally wants to attract foreign investment into the country so of course he has saved this one hundred million dollars obviously but the question is how much will he lose because now foreign investors will have to think twice before bringing money into this country. well the controversial case may well deter other potential investors from doing business in a country that's according to. the leader of the conservative party of georgia. provides no it's a signal not only for israel businessmen but also i think for european or american businessmen if you are looking corruptible links with georgian dorothy came to do business in georgia the same signal was i think it was four years ago the. resource only in the market of stories of who is it was rated right who is supposed if you.
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tried it for georgian economy with no. food drink you especially after this case was moving toward by. israeli government differently than if. that was a leader of the conservative party of georgia well to get somebody who's in feature stories martin you can log on to our website at r.t. dot com and see what's waiting for you there right now as the snow finally melts in . some of the capital's innovators to clear the sailing season and the city. as you've never seen it before check out the spectacular high resolution images captured by russian satellite data and more at our team dot com.
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if. preparations are in full swing for the upcoming so used space not a star from the crew make all the necessary checks for smith takeoff event marks the fiftieth anniversary of the russian cosmonaut yuri gagarin's first strike in space. as well. over a few days before the actual launch of the so used to be twenty one and we have good witnessing the assembly of the rocket the three main modules that make up the spacecraft now according to be a staff here it takes about ten days or more to put together the spacecraft but today what we've seen it took about seven hours just to a put one piece of the structure to be a top most part of the very first module that contains the cabin where the crew will be staying what they put today was a crew escape system and this is very important because should anything go wrong during the launch this will provide them with an escape plan as we were standing here watching the assembly we were able to see very closely the exterior of that
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the module carrying the cabin we saw of course the image of you got it at the number fifty obviously signifying be a fiftieth anniversary of you got its first space flight on april twelfth nineteen a sixty one it was very interesting is the captain of the crew captain and excited there are some of which i've he was known as a little guarded when he was young so it's if you will a coincidence on his part or the other crew members are a cosmonauts adds a very cynical and american astronaut ron garan they're going to be testing themselves are basically going to be lab rats they're going to be testing how the human body can survive for longer in space this is of course a further space exploration to see how long human beings can stay in space and to prolong this capability of human beings another important experiment he will be doing is observing the earth from an ecological points of you know given the natural disasters we've been witnessing recently. instability the middle east and the japanese there's also sparked fears of the new economic crisis the recession
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show host will be home from the stocks in the streets of new york what used to be james who would financial collapse. investor george soros is holding a conference to be attended by the world's richest and most of. and so people up the agenda to reform the global monetary system how do you fix the world's economy this week let's talk about that well number one they're not trying to figure out how to fix the economy they're trying to repair to a what's already going on which is the governments of long since lost control of the monetary wealth and it's because. corporate. when i do i'd actually draw a line between the two. corporations and government which right now their line is very blurry my and most important economic trade which is triple bottom line
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which means you look at what's best for not only the businesses not only for the employees involved businesses the society as well so if that becomes your economic standard then you're improving not only the companies and other global economy but the. area that that that companies working in as well as a lot of people feeling like it's time for the taliban step down because there's always been animosity against the u.s. why. because we're the best. was it jealousy. yeah i do i think a lot of people are jealous of what we have are a free country you can come from nothing and make a million dollars or you can make a million dollars and lose it all but you have opportunity i just about from italy and i got crushed by the. you know thirty percent of the dollars losing weight no matter what we doing well look i remember back then i used to turn a six the yen to the dollar now it's maybe a hundred eight so the. global monetary system now you've been
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either a socialist i can't go down that road no matter what you or i think should be done to improve the global economy the bottom line is those decisions will always be made by those with the most money for better or worse. russia series the team heads off the foothills of siberia to feel relaxed and get away from the knife. yes this time we're in chelyabinsk in the southern uro's a region closed off to foreigners until its recently as a nine hundred ninety s. but today its natural beauty and spend are on display for everyone just a few short years the region has achieved a reputation as a haven for those wanting to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. is
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that. when the soviet union broke up businessmen intially arden's so an opportunity to turn this once closed off region it's a major tourist destination after all a good look around shows and southern euros have much to offer over a three month old with the elaborate was always perceived as a metallurgical regional of course it remains so to this day but many people see that there's more to life than ironworks in places such as this one start to attract thousands of people. i love is a businessman who on a whim invested most of his capital into building a resort near to go national park the russians generally prefer to hit the slopes in europe alexander it's in says the number of visitors to fizzer resort grows every season what with used the word you go to the alps and you love it but you come back again because it's hopeless just two hours from moscow by plane. not to
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mention the fact that you can get away with this at a lot of ski resorts in europe snowboarding stress relief it's just part of these cases in which draws young and old alike the children screech and thank you mr big crowds in places like this you really do relax you get away from the fast of a large city which is totally unnecessary and it's all about resting your mind and body. the landscape in this part of the year old mountains actually goes a long way towards helping the mind unwind of course there are plenty of gorgeous ways in the world that have no but if you want it all russian winter fairytale and to go national park is definitely the place for you here we met another leg the head of their going to travel and the owner of the hiking camps in the national parks grounds. we began building our first thoughts eight years ago literally pulling all the weight we carried all the building materials on our backs but even if you use transportation it's still difficult to get all that to our camp sites
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but thousands of tourists every year do manage because the region previously known as russia's deep and strong hold has too much too been or when it comes to natural beauty interim quality initially in middle school r.t. . but now it's time for some other international stories making headlines this hour more than eight hundred people have been killed during violence in the western ivory coast out of the quake according to the red cross reports say fighting erupted on tuesday a day after the town was taken by opposition supporters they were clashes have been continuing at the country's presidential palace as forces that alter the internationally recognized president alassane ouattara try to bring into power his two entire supporters have so far failed to oust entrenched leader in all. three palestinian men have been killed and one injured in an airstrike unmanned israeli drone in the southern gaza strip on saturday officials say the men were traveling in a car at the time israeli defense officials claim it was
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a preemptive attack on the last group of militants who were eventually telling to kidnap israelis. at least twenty people died and forty seven were wounded after a bus plunged down a ravine in southeastern korea on friday the bus was traveling to cusco city when it left the road. two hundred meters they say the cause of the accident is still. the area has no mobile phone coverage which reportedly didn't date the rival of emergency services. seven un staff members have been killed after crowd of protesters stormed the compound in northern afghanistan. the demonstrators were in a rage to the burning of a caruthers by u.s. pastor last month even security council strongly condemned the attack protester afghanistan have been ongoing for over a week now but been largely peaceful. so stay with us here another tape from
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