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if its prime minister is in germany to seek help to. get more cash. iran is key in solving problems in the middle east. right now in tehran. with the us.
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will not. power. a french intelligence service in the region hit by the arab spring. what exactly is going on. in the news. room. well today we're joined by claude money casey is a former member of the french intelligence services also an officer and founder of the european strategic intelligence and security sumter that's a brussels based think tank specializing on terrorism as security issues thanks very much for the same money for joining us today do you spend a lot of time in north africa the middle east so looking at the arab spring did you see it coming where you were expecting this and how much of it. is
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a product of people going against of the oppressive governments and how much of it as some governments claim is the fuel from the outside would probably say things which are really pretty going to go right to the very book without. first of all no we didn't see it arriving we knew clearly that there were so a lot of programs in the in the middle east and in the arab world in north africa from of the social problems into our province problem of the you use without employment and so on and so on and we knew that something was burning and. but we were much more focused on the probably on the risk of the musician down the risk of a so-called arab spring. when it happened. and we saw when we saw the mechanics we understood that it would be
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a large. and deep shock not only for the oblong that's for all the world but the beginning very clearly was not towards it was exasperated and a few people wanting to have a normal life if you exhibit here in egypt for instance if you take the tahrir square at the beginning you very young people graduates most of them most of them had been supported by the united states some of them were trained in the united states were funded by the united states and someone with a very clear and very little idea of the future or the only sad thing is that it didn't happen in the western world button and country where the political agenda was different and we had these people coming from the destroyed but it was a keeper all you have the feudal and everything was like a bit of
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a deal of the day by dishonest by the muslim brothers to see see this as a friend in the region where. hopefully religious leaders coming into power. i wrote personally you thought a long time before the vision elections the. the only possibility is to have the most embarrassing us first but if you've got a formation in egypt i mean everything else was just in both of them because you have a very poor society. allows people who are just not able to read a newspaper. a large an employment number saw everything was in place predicts or missed in itself and not a democrat issue in the in the. in the same in tunisia. and just same from our c.n.n. yes we're looking at the syrian crisis it is complicated and it's far from over and we've heard the last of turkey talking about starting
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a no fly zone and we've also heard from the french defense ministry center france is willing to help in looking at this effort do you think this is where it's headed a similar reagan scenario possible no fly zone i tell you very clearly no one. of the western world the one the one to go in syria but maybe at one point it would be in both even to avoid the reut i don't think so but it's possible if we go into syria i think it would be a nightmare. but we'll see. for the moment we don't see any clear. evolution in syria it seems that's clearly the government going to two in. particular tools. so philip for the moment you are just kidding kidding and this. bomb stuffed all bombs. and no mercy here for consideration because of the base of the problem you don't
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have the problem of of course you have a problem of democrats and so yes but it's not the main point the main point is the problem is that between the sunni and the you know it's which i think percent of the population do. i would say our leading the contrary for twenty years the us and the sunni which are seventy five percent say no it's enough we don't want to anymore but indeed it's not stick somebody or it's not kids on the in the middle east. today in syria for the it's losing the war it was into britain before means dying. i not sure the two mediums i know it's already got to die so didn't ignore the show he's been keeping the power. with the support by doing of the questions you have to me on that i know it's in two million fish them the question very clearly and said yes supporting the
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power because the fear. if they fear to have some problems when the sunni will run the country like defend no christian in egypt is the muslim brothers and them another. today and let us the peace come in iran. today it seemed to be clear that you cannot be. in the midst of movement. i mean yes you can be a single christian and nobody probably will have to you cannot have a missed christian organized community which is pretty. the most fame and with the possibility to have wanted to go activity in the midst of the world today i mean the muslim world today well despite the tough words of some of the western leaders allies have said from syria you still feel that they don't really want to go into syria on a full military still what do you think is holding them we know we think
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and the only thing that syria could be was done and i think basically they're right because they need to get six million people in here yeah we have a. big. in seventeen eighteen and twenty minutes of people we have clearly extremists the media is the border of iran is between iran and israel and you have believe been on. even one problem which is not so far so no one want to be involved the last time. we i mean west down the armies were involved in the area i was there it was easy a just me been on and we leave the ribbon on the body back so for a little soldier. two hundred forty two american marines and sixty two french possible i was there the day i was remembering or my life would be back and it was
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such a very nice experience for us i don't think we don't we want to have this experience again and if we go there we have the risk of this experience again. we cannot it's that again it's not the unknown he was moving with the good guy the good cover he can come make everything down in quiet in the city getting just two or three bad guys and after we were the last at the end of the movie he kissed the beautiful woman the mother in the they have a lot of children it's but read since story it's middle east it's very savage war and after these. what there would be the good the winner would be the winner. after this where you were. there were about six months of cones killing. revenge killing and so on and we don't want to be involved there but
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from the intelligence circles can you confirm that yes model of weapons into syria as well as the process of someone foreign secret service in the country very probably. coming from your for. the government and from so you're a blanket from dividends that's clear i think everyone knows that. some indigenous services in some probably the british where my six. maybe the french. maybe the americans are involved but they're living on the don't live on in the support of the opposition on the one hand you're saying that western leaders and their allies don't want a military operation in syria but at the same time you're also saying that it's very likely that there are foreign secret service agents in the country already but that is getting involved isn't it what's the difference between
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a military operation and having agents on the ground you can deny. you can deny when you send indigenous people even if they're killed in that you can say yes but i don't know you us authorities tell us of illinois and i don't know what i'm looking for news of the secret service the men prospect of you the to the secret service and so good i don't is the post possible you know i don't know them when you go when you go to his arms downs. brains you could've said no it's not my plane let's talk about al qaeda operating in syria is this true or not and if so what can the situation develop into it's probably very true what we know is that syria. at the time of the world. iraq syria swarm of platform for action from. for al qaeda a lot of people coming from europe. from belgium from frost from germany
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came in to went into iraq through syria so it's clear that al qaeda us at the time its own networks. it's clear or so that's a lot of people we don't know much but a lot of people who were involved in the iraqi war today fighting with the opposition against the regime in syria for a very abuse reason. if you remember the people of al-qaeda in iraq were hitting shots as well as so british and american soldiers. in syria the poor is so shit yellow it's a bunch of shiism so for the people of our guard up which are certainly a very strict obedience it's the worst enemy. to kill to kill or she is but i want
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to get a question for them. so. it's a good motivation for them and we have clearly people and we sort of saw some modus operandi. i don't think that we have people of al qaeda involved for instance in the fighting through the fight and because doesn't make sense but we knew we had the bomb the. center of the ball in damascus. a few weeks ago it was. very likely another job at thirty for the moment nobody knows exactly what's the difference tendencies in. the revolt and the opposition. in syria because when you see for instance the people in powers of the in the committed us united states you know the mission of the syrian committee. down very much down down very with speaking
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very democrats and so on what you see the people planting bomb the bombs in the most because it's an i don't eat some of the thing so what is the truth what is the real power of the moderates and the democrats if they exist what is over for the people of al qaeda of the saudis nobody exactly knows and rude to see and we've been noids. after but no one will be this after nobody knows could be tomorrow it could been six months into us to medicaid thanks very much for your time i think you. feel any way.
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around. you're watching. breaking news for you this hour a passenger plane which may have possibly hijacked by terrorists has now landed in the. early reports suggested possibly. according to the country's defense ministry at this point we understand it scrambled fighter jets to accompany the plane which is. a ship full we'll bring you the latest on this breaking news as soon as we get it here on our. borrowing costs portugal ways to find out whether it will get more cash.
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solving problems in the middle east. general. frankie moon is taking part in a gathering of nations in the. u.s. . criticism of. the gathering in general. will not walk free as the country's high court rejects. power. deals with. the sporting headlines now with. thank you very much very welcome along the to the world of sport is what's coming
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up global games london to welcome the sporting world once more to the i mean ceremony at the twenty twelve paralympics taking place later on wednesday. sudden death because of russia's female volleyball team die suddenly at the age of forty three following a disappointing london olympics. gold school all week sixty's deny moscow pick up their first win of the russian premier league season we recap the best of the action in goals goal. on starting with football spot on moscow will be looking to reach the group stages of the champions league later on wednesday the muscovites have a two one lead heading into the second leg of their qualifying tie with fred about say in turkey new spots our manager you know i am on a on those fans making the journey likely to be in for a tense evening from about chase home ground is in istanbul is notorious for its hostile atmosphere the two james coming into the clash on the back of differing
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results from about say beating gaziantep scored three nil at the weekend. missed out on top spot in russia with a two one loss tatic. elsewhere barcelona cannot to rivals real madrid's misery this evening by winning the spanish so you pick up the catalans have a three to lead from the first leg with the galactica is on a run of three games without a win however boston manager tito vilanova says the hosts always pose a goalscoring threat. if you're going to go i think that we all madrid will try to score from the first minute as has happened a lot of other times we played at the burn about scoring a quick google creates doubts in the opposition but i'm convinced that they will try to do this right from the start because they know they need to score now there's only a few hours to go before the start of the twenty twelve paralympic games in london russia and all four thousand two hundred competitors have already settled into the athletes' village following a unique welcome in the english capital roman cost more. it could have been just
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a simple flag raising ceremony but the brits have once again al done themselves putting on a theatrical show to welcome the participating nations at the london to once it's wealth paralympic village living there you go but i think it's a great britain has already built a tradition of creating an environment without barriers for the paralympians sort of we have a similar plan in place for sochi two thousand and fourteen and we've implemented about seventy percent of it already of the russian flag of the national anthem were last but definitely not least in line leading the procession to time paralympic champion. who will also be the country's flag bearer at the opening ceremony later on wednesday i'm also felt it was a to me it's a huge responsibility to have the honorable distinction of being flag bearer for your country i feel completely fired up emotionally the russian national team has a number of athletes who will be making a second at sam to claiming their place on the paralympic podium among them beijing
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gold medalist swimmer they can a who is by the way also an ambassador for the next ones or paralympics to be held in the russian black sea resort of sochi in twenty fourteen. and there's a huge difference between how i see how it's coming into the gene and to date it's difficult to explain but i feel both the pressure and the support which is really making me eager to get into the pool the paralympics will be held until the ninth of september as the streets of london are about to get filled by thousands of athletes and fans from around the world for a spectacle of unparalleled will and strength of character says that this integration of the soviet union allowed to has been done in order to help people with a disability and that's reflected in russia's paralympic medal count and the growing number of athletes as well one hundred sixty three of them are here which is that twenty percent increase from the beijing again and hopefully the additional participants will help russia overcome the eighth place finish. four years ago
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remark author of reporting. from the paralympics in london. to tennis where later on wednesday maria sharapova continues her quest for a second u.s. open title she takes on spain's lord's domingo's lino in a round two afternoon press of when a minute into sync in the first round up of there will be looking to continue her fine for when she takes on the world number seventy eight top seed victoria azarenka is up against belgian kirsten flipkens profit kins compadre kim clijsters playing in her final ever grand slam event places britain's laura robson seed patrick a bit of a goes head to head francis in these coordinate. meanwhile in the men's draw in pick champion andy murray takes some crazy rondo ditch favorite american johnnies not weeks belgium's out the emily's pool of secrets bonnie adopted goes head to head with south africa's kevin anderson we are not going to pass out of its place french when pm are you feeling. now to some sad news from the world of
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volleyball where the head coach of russia's women's team. has died at the age of forty three he passed away in croatia where his side to go were taking part in a training camp there are no details yet on the cause of his sudden death. was appointed boss of the russian national women's team in late two thousand and eleven he was in charge of the recent london olympics but was automatically a disappointing campaign with russia knocked out in the quarter finals to eventual winners brazil. elsewhere golfing pros from all over the world will be convening just outside of moscow in a week's time where they'll be taking part in the annual russian challenge cup the event has been held annually since one thousand nine hundred six was officially included in the european challenge tour six years ago the russian goal for socio asian is stressing the importance of the cup for further promoting the sport in the country russia's climate meaning top class courses are hard to maintain but
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regardless of the potential problems the association is confident golf can continue to grow in russia. that means not only play shots of course there's still a big gap between international courses and those in russia but don't forget golf in russia has only been gaining popularity in the last twenty years which means there's only been twenty years of development so we're still young and are making our first steps towards global integration but i can confidently say that these steps have been very substantial and we've already seen quite a few russian golfers reach podium finishes. and finally to football once more game week six of the russian premier league saw plenty of action with thirty six goals scored in just eight matches that's a record for the russian top flight so i sit back now and enjoy every single one of them this is gold. live
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to clinch live . he lives
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. live. lives i have. plenty of goals that to get your teeth into that's all from the world of sport and i'll be back with plenty more and just on the two hours to enjoying that. question is that so much given to each musician in the final task the defense force revolts from aleutians occupations and regime change are among the most important moments that are making and remaking our world today.
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