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ripping gary mckinnon music user hacking into the pentagon will remain in the u.k. as the home secretary blocks his extradition to the u.s. . washington reportedly speeds up work to create an elite libyan command beginning to produce another can stream its killing of a u.s. ambassador in benghazi last month. nine hundred state run of radio t.v. and radio stations were taken off air in europe that's on top of fresh sanctions against iran over its suspected nuclear weapons program.
international news and comment live from central moscow this is the with you twenty four hours a day if you just joined it's a very warm welcome britain gary mckinnon who's accused of hacking into the pentagon will not be extradited to the u.s. british home secretary decided that sending the kitten who suffers from asperger syndrome to america carried the risk that he would try to take his own life or his party is in london. waterboarding of the mind that's what gary mckinnon's mother has called the eleven year wait to know what's going to happen to the experience of waiting all that time from when he was arrested back in two thousand and two for hacking into u.s. military computers all that time the u.s. has wanted him to go on trial where he could face a potential tension sixty year sentence now it's a massive side really for mccann and he now knows that he's not facing extradition to resume a said that it would be because of it would be a breach of his human rights to send him because gary mckinnon as many now know he
is mentally ill and he would be at a massive risk of suicide if he were to go to the states now. there's been a strong line of pressure from the united states to send him over so this is very much a difficult decision for the home secretary that she had to make today however she has now made it now means that government mckinnon stays in the u.k. and prosecutors here are going to decide whether or not he should face trial in the u.k. why did repercussions from the decision on gary mckinnon today that's interesting to a lot of observers a lot of people in the u.k. have spoken for a long time now about how unbalanced an undergrad the u.k. u.s. extradition treaty is. nine times many britons go over to the u.s. in the past ten years the u.s. citizens come over to the u.k. to be tried so what the home secretary has suggested is that there is now going to be a forum for anybody who is wanted by the united states and that means in plain terms
it means that anybody wanted by the u.s. is going to have a hearing in the u.k. where judges will decide whether or not it's bad to send a suspect to the states. the pentagon and state department are accelerating efforts to help libya create a commando force to fight islamic extremists according to internal government documents opponents administration redirected nearly eight million dollars initially intended for pakistan to speed up the formation of a five hundred strong elite regiment and want to live his ability to combat another militant group's report suggest measures to fight terrorism in libya will include drone strikes the co-author of pakistan terrorism ground zero told me a little earlier in r.t. that he thinks this shows the u.s. is in the region to stay. there is no functioning street i don't. need to drench country and it's worse of the situation i would also add that the us led
european airlines removed a dictator like manuel because of free reduced number of small dictators small intolerance and warlords who are pushing libya into groups actually in iraq in chaos during. the war on terror if i do strongly demoralize are we going to do it in a parmesan in pakistan in your are but as the americans to apply these jihad these forces or all chill calling america out immediately east as well that is one reason for america to finance from pakistan to b.b. and there's a new reason this is begun clear in the recent years that american strategic priorities are changing at the moment after spending more than a decade in the price of no american strategic foolish is sure to go through it isn't he can you believe in the events of it and i'm sure that americans are used to for a longer period of time when we do least in the asia pacific region. the appeal hearing for a prominent bahraini human rights activists is adjourn till next month was jailed
for three years nor has for organizing and participating in illegal rallies sentence brought hundreds of program demonstrators on to the streets to demand his release but already. in bahrain has been ongoing for more than twenty months with fights between police and demonstrators erupting almost daily around eighty people have been killed since the clashes began and thousands arrested in crackdowns by the sunni rulers of the mostly shia campaign as the possessors of the money more rights equal access to jobs and educational opportunities human rights advocates say you do see if. attended rajab hearing. the judge just a few choose to read or to get into any of that with the state there are many with this book keeping up with just the five kids the money that he was keeping because one of these put them in jeopardy just refused if you want to go to d.c. to if you want to see a community things that are useful you just want to go to everyone he possibly.
this feeling to get a feel for what i mean it seems that the government just do what they want to but i got all that you want to keep this. up was this you can buy it just to get this thing that he wanted and it was made up and it must be i just want to check on that the mistake now talking immediately is that can i find out what that you visited i could get to the body no joke if he wanted to because if you do you get what's happening a lot in that he put out a few kids kids and i think he wants to protect the of that of who she became what it was going to look people see is the key to get with what is and they would not stop. the u.s. has admitted the weapons shipped to the syrian rebels from abroad or bolstering the strength of islamic extremists while washington says is only providing non-lethal aid to the opposition some american officials concede radical elements of poised to take over syria if assad falls off he's an immigrant has the details. the u.s.
has admitted that the aid which they have been sending towards the syrian rebels actually does not end up in the hands of the groups which they were hoping it would end up in quite on the contrary the united states officials are now saying that in fact the money that they keep sending over which then goes towards the purchasing of arms end up in the hands of the islamist extremist groups the arms are being purchased by qatar and saudi arabia which have a tendency to prefer the radical movements such is the cell if these who then end up with these top notch extremely expensive weapons which they then use against the troops of president bashar al said even groups the secular opposition groups within syria itself are saying that they simply cannot afford to buy the same type of arms which are being used by the radicals neither do they can they afford the cameras which are being used by these radical groups such as the free syrian army who are
then using it to broadcast their accomplishments or failures on you tube and the like of course the united states administration at this point is concerned that the arms are ending up in the hands of the extremist groups because they fear of death in the future these groups will turn into insurgencies which then will retaliate against the united states of course there are also other diplomats within the middle eastern circuits who are saying that at this point a lot of people are being frustrated with the syrian opposition who have proven that they unfortunately cannot unite over one plan according to the same name diplomats who has been cited by various media sources they have come to come to the conclusion that the syrian opposition is essentially a large conglomeration of smaller groups who spend their time bickering and cannot come to any one agreement and this very fact that there is no agreement or there is no clear cut plan which is also worrying to the united states now u.s.
officials are saying that it's because there are. no plan as to what's going to happen in the future they fear that if president bashar assad is alstead that will mean that in the turmoil which follows there will be a civil war in which the radical islamist groups that will be much better armed and will be a lot better financed than the secular groups and that will just mean they play out of the libyan scenario all over again. the u.s. is back turkey's move to inspect syria bound jets with one cross saying it will intercept all such flights to he's already grounded two planes and search its cargo for possible military equipment manual fighter he's editor in chief of a german news magazine he's told us that anchor is flexing its muscles because it's already involved in a proxy war with damascus. why should you put two hundred more tanks towards the syrian border why it should turn a key big fortresses why should they discuss how it will now and. again the
syrian parkers is at the syrian side of the border of course it looks like a war preparation and you don't. planning of or syrian war which is going on in syria and not the. proxy war and true he is already very much involved in this war by sending mercenaries by giving me shelter or training pants and by sending more material to syria so he is already you will underscore and what we see here is part of the propaganda war we witness since a long time. iran's media side and still europe as a leading satellite provider takes nineteen stations off air the latest round of sanctions against iran only targeted bank transfers to trade wheels one expert with its leaves a freedom of speech. for millionaires hunting for famous video ads across france are accused of threatening the country's national identity that and other
stories just ahead after a break. a texas mom was arrested and thrown in jail orange jumpsuit and all for neglecting her kids who were playing in front of her house for just a little while a concerned neighbor and sort of say walking across the street you know to talk to an attendant children to find out what's going on went to the total sheep mode and immediately called nine one one because children playing it is truly an emergency worth the police's time but i guess it was worth their time because they showed up and slap the cuffs on the mother who claimed that she was there the whole time and of course to punish you for ignoring your children briefly while they play you'll get thrown behind bars because that makes sense where does this culture of fear
come from if you leave your kids alone on your own property why does that mean that they are certainly going to die there are dangers out there believe me but living in constant fear abuses your children far worse that's just my opinion. mission. cretaceous three years for charges free richmond's free. three stooges free. three broadcast quality video for your media projects free media and on to our teeth dot com. wealthy british.
in the news continues now with nineteen iranian state run t.v. and radio stations have been taken off air in the e.u. the decision by. a leading european satellite provider comes as european officials imposed new sanctions against iran the measures targeting iran's banking sector an energy trading aimed at making curb its suspected nuclear weapons program professor father saadi from the university of tehran says the ban has been a long time coming to some of the european governments the united states government
doesn't like iranian media outlets he went a member in the leaks document we have had cables that you know u.s. officials talk about the iranian channels on talk about thinking about finding ways of stopping their broadcasting and sort of banning them many of these channels that have been banned actually broadcast in farsi for iranian expatriates who live in united states or europe so the situation that we have is obviously contrary to freedom of information that the number of countries all this talk about it's contrary to the issue of freedom of speech that we also hear from united states a number of european countries all the time and i think it basically shows that there's a double assigned when it comes to iranian freedom of speech or dissident voices or progressive voices from iran that has to be banned but the other way is not really to. billionaire blackhearts in the battle for the white house vote or
the brothers that warn their employees there will be layoffs if they support president obama in the twenty twelve election that story on our website at the moment plus. the cyber warfare inflamed a new virus uncovered by russian computer experts could be adding to already heightened tensions in the middle east find out why at r.t. dot com. and some other international stories this hour former bosnian serb leader radovan carriage which denies being guilty of war crimes saying he was a man who promoted peace involved because today in the hague he accused of cruelty against their own people and told the judges he should be rewarded for reducing the atrocities carriage which faces ten charges of genocide crimes against humanity dating back to the war in yugoslavia in the one nine hundred ninety s. with thousands of people killed and millions displaced. the us presidential election candidates barack obama and mitt romney are preparing for
their second t.v. debate this time a verbal focus mostly on domestic policy commentators expect obama to put in a more forceful display after critics awarded the first face to face clash to his republican rival while romney's campaign reportedly raised one hundred seventy million dollars in september setting a new record in american election history. what will change when america picks its president amid muslim rage working the road pushing china and russia as occupy anger spreads the two parties still dictate their future to a selection of close to sixty beginning of october twenty second. the bottle is half empty for some french wine makers they say foreign investors buying up some of the nation's most iconic vineyards are putting centuries of tradition at risk of an ocean reports now a case of sour grapes. wine
the pizza meal french culture pride and prestige but some say the country's national identity is now threatened by foreigners hunting for vineyards all across the country this shot though we've just had to have the vineyards in french burgundy original home to one of the world's famous wines made the headlines after it was purchased by china's entrepreneur former owners forced by financial troubles were forced to sell it and the merchant made an offer for twice the market price and that has worried some in the hysteria that followed the front national france's far right party slender deal as emblematic of the danger threatening french heritage with much bigger chateaus already owned by japanese and russians just next door such a reaction to this particular sale could be taken as an eco or the so-called bear you join or yellow peril in the sixty's that paranoia of asian world dominance political economic and demographic that seems to be making this comeback these days
but there is no smoke without fire michelle the oh no thirty have thirds of shattered only grapes producing two hundred fifty thousand of bottles p. year says the reason problem but it's not that foreigners buy french family vineyards but that the owners have to sell them or with the courts taxes are very high and the hardest thing is to cover inheritance tax or many so part of their forms to overcome that and it's progressive every next generation has to pay more for those too michelle will likely sacrifice one head to toe tooth but he fears in fifty years' time he'll have sold a lot of foreign investors could be playing a negative role here too taxes depend on the region's average sale prices but with some businessman from abroad paying twice or even three times market values the a force in high costs on the locals and many are worried these investors don't care about the industry they have by name too. but there were all these people they come
here and they buy land just like they buy a castle or jewelry are they really good investors the taxes go up because of them but will they keep the wind quality up well we think there should be a state protectionism policy here. but some experts are skeptical of state support saying the french authorities are not only unhelpful but actually trouble making it an issue or a commune that there are many regulations that impede development of pure brick willock things every day enterprise chief has to prove with his lawyers and accountants and then sent to different ministers at least two papers on social environmental or fiscal security can you imagine how much effort that takes while it could be directed to really worthwhile things it's not wise and with the eurozone economies in such trouble greece a high these not twice could become too late the industry seems could well and
truly be over borrow more asian ocean r.t. reporting from france. time to join because you know in business and it's a pretty a break up there should say for investors think way to tell us more about that it is yeah i think one of the reasons is industrial production increased in new u.s. as well as up this but a whole bunch of corporate data coming out as well one of the biggest ones is johnson and johnson reporting strong things and added to that is the spain situation as well the fact that the country is considering your quest for a credit bailout from the a you all of that is fueling the gains that we're looking at right now in the wall street session also as well citigroup house a new boss michael moore but head of europe right now he's going to take over from big brother pounds who led the fight for us he managed to get insult two hundred sixty one million dollars for his troubles we're also going to be able to see the
european markets as one see how they closed up because they did indeed manage she gave us is by raising agency standard and forced out of the rate of fifteen funds francs a day the euro is still continuing is a northward direction investors are they say we've got it e.u. summit is coming up on thursday a big decision is expected to take place there to be restrained the ruble finished up makes the russian exit markets a few finished up on a high really taking their cue from the international markets so we'll be able to see we are on the minds of it. and we're going to stick with russia on talk about why investors were here five minutes ago because five minutes goes or so far years ago because of oil money quick and big returns on investments and booming consumer demand and that's what we learned investors to brush up before the crisis. now got time for so we will dive into that one
a bit later and also do with the consumer demand that safe and i'll be back in about an hour's time i believe it c.-a kaiser report next. well no actually katie you know we're going to go over to washington. we'll see you in about an hour from now you'll definitely there. you see a story. you think you understand it and then something else you hear sees some other part of it and realize everything is. welcome to the big picture. good lumber tour. was able to build the most sophisticated.
the gold fever. turned thousands into slaves. my father but also among brothers involved in the mines and since i started working in the mine i stayed here a look at it and feel multinationals. make it a cash cow to be milked dry and if i think that in this country is gold medal logie as an environmental cost which is unacceptable to local business was labeled illegal and controlled by criminals you know in order to protect our lives our families and to work in peace. most blog post that we are forced to pay protection to illegal groups what price is colombia going to pay for.
the modest effect on r.t. . good afternoon welcome to capital account i'm lauren lyster here in washington d.c. these are your headlines for october fifteenth two thousand and twelve finance chiefs the world over are concerned about another global recession the eurozone crisis the u.s. fiscal cliff and a slowdown in major emerging economies and they totally disagree on their bickering about what to do next this is all according to accounts from the i.m.f. gathering over the weekend in the wall street journal and by bloomberg from
a bird's eye view it's easy to lose sight of some of the new wants is of the world's economy is here to bring us a view from the ground fresh from myanmar is chris mayer and is the c.e.o. of morgan stanley a reformer relative to his too big to fail peers trying to get the bank told a lower risk less complex model well that's how he's been cast by some in the mainstream press but forget about that what about banks that have stuck to a conservative vanilla banking model even during the boom times surviving despite losing major market share to financial sausage factories how does that work we'll hear about a case study of sorts and fed chief ben bernanke east speaks against the benefits of currency management slimming developing economies who are resisting pressures on their appreciating currencies through this case of do is they say not as i do or is bernie he really this clueless we'll talk about it let's get to today's capital account.
so if you look for news on myanmar today you might find reports on thousands of buddhist monks marching in major cities to protest the opening of an organization of islamic cooperation office you might find a story reporting further back on sectarian tensions running high in a western state of the country after clashes in june between buddhists and muslims which left ninety dead and just place tens of thousands now that's obviously a horrible story but so often what you or i may know of a region if we don't have the opportunity to travel is limited to what we read or what the press is reporting and so much gets missed now our guest today travels the
world looking for investment opportunities and economic opportunities in emerging markets and he's pretty excited currently about me and maher so here to talk about why and what lessons we can learn is chris mayer he's managing editor of capital and crisis writer for the daily reckoning and author of the book the world right side up and thank you so much for being back on the show fresh from your recent trip thanks for having me on yes so it's interesting after the i.m.f. this weekend and there is some concern about the major emerging economies that we hear so much about that have been driving global growth and they've slowed down a little bit people are figuring out what to do now with the right policy response that there should be one if you believe that sort of thing you know sometimes we lose we don't hear as much about the emerging markets off the beaten path and one would be myanmar and you were just there and you were pretty excited about it so tell us what's going on there and why you're excited yeah i think the myanmar story is pretty simple really you have an economy of about sixty million people that have been pretty much shut.
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