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the lebanese opposition calls for more rallies in the country over ride in gold by violent protests all after friday's deadly cold blast an apparent result of the sea are in crisis but. i return to chaos small civilians including children killed in libya as government militia shell the tal traditionally loyal to the old regime a year after gadhafi was killed. also this hour the scuffle with police this turns up thousands march against austerity in london the closures i go events in athens as greece suffers a nationwide strike souring the mood of an e.u. crisis summit in. london you attempts to breach the blockade of gaza
israeli forces stop a humanitarian ship and the rest of the activists on board. the latest news and the week's top stories this is the weekly on our sea. that welcome thousands of people in the been and are expected to join the funeral of a top intelligence official killed by a bomb in beirut on friday the massive turnout is being encouraged by the opposition declared a day of rage against the regime in neighboring syria which they blamed for that time and they split sentiment on the streets already strained to the limit as. reports. the situation in lebanon remains far from easy in fact it has been exasperated by the explosion during the rush hour of course there was the horrific scene which followed and then almost immediately of course during the night the
people started people started pouring out on the streets resurrecting the old tensions between the sunni and the shia muslims which have been kind of a back burner for a little while in the country but now it seems like there is a go ahead to the tension in the country there is there are calls from the march fourteenth movement to stage a day of rage on sunday and they are now openly expressing the fact that they believe all of this is the doing of the syrian government they were forced reminding of them all the people who were killed on i think it's all for a police official who is known for this severe and to syria now people are saying basically that they want the government to step down the prime minister has there filed a petition for his admission to the president but the president refused that and a lot of people at this point already starting to express their worry that the conflict in syria inadvertently or purposefully is being spilled into the
neighboring country into lebanon. with a historian and visiting professor of international relations that bill can to university into a case a syrian rebels benefit from turbulence in neighboring states. it's possibly an internal in lebanese the it's possibly even a criminal act just over some sort i fit in but the most likely explanation is that it's linked to the syrian crisis the location where the bomb went off seems very close to an important syrian based bank and in a way what we're seeing is really a gradual extension of the conflict in syria outside the church in syria and it's not just that this is a kind of natural process that there are overlaps of various groups over the borders of syria and lebanon and it's also that perhaps in the interests of one side to really international as this crisis of the opposition has been constantly calling for international assistance and international intervention and the more the neighbors are serous seem to be destabilized by the fighting inside syria then
of course the easier it is to make an argument that some kind of international intervention must come about in order to preserve the peace. and in the midst of serious spiraling civil conflict. and once again people reported killed in a comp lost in central damascus that comes as the syrian president discussed these partings of a conflict with international peace and avoid a may that's made more reports of weapons flowing into the hands of al-qaeda backed rebels are coming to light. up reports now from smuggling spot on the syrian border . training for war getting ready for battle and possibly their deaths these young recruits are preparing for what their instructors call a campaign to rid syria of tyranny. some of these student to be fighters haven't even held a gun until now. this is the first time i use weapons there was no need for them before the revolution now we carry weapons to get rid of assad. weapons have yet to
topple the government of president bashar al assad but they're flowing into the country with ease it's a trend that has some officials worried those who will provide arms to either side are only a contributing to for the majority and the risk of unintended consequences porous borders with its neighbors make the flow of arms almost impossible to stop and lebanon's town of is one of the main gateways behind me is the way to one of the illegal border crossings between lebanon and syria weapons fighters and supplies go in to syria while refugees fleeing the violence come out but by no means is this a safe or easy journey frequent shelling as well as a large minefield on the syrian side of the border crossings like these a deadly gamble a gamble that lebanese sympathizers of syria's opposition are more than willing to make. this is five thousand dollars thirteen hundred eighteen hundred and two
thousand in tripoli r.t. spoke to this arms dealer whose business was booming. people come or call. for me every day we have a revolution next door for sure we are with them will help them topple assad told they do it. the weapons may be easy to come by the harder part is understanding exactly where they go a classified report uncovered in the new york times reveals that many of the arms sent to syrian rebels are ending up in the hands of hardline islamic jihad one of the leaders of the f.s.a. said you know we admit that we infiltrated jihadi jihad these are coming. from all over. but we don't know exactly who they are back in syria both in the training camps and in the battlefield rebels talk of high hopes for a bright future. i hope that there will be free elections that the syrian people will be able to choose the officials they want and that we will win back our rights freedom of expression and political freedom exactly what that freedom looks like
may depend on who's getting the guns. you see caffein of r t lebanon. taking deceptive another syria bound plane flying for its airspace earlier this week to search its cargo and i mean taking aides to aleppo was grounded and checked for weapons of the second case of its kind last week a syrian passenger flight from moscow was also forced to land and money you know a writer editor in chief of a german news magazine says talk of behavior is a part of a proxy war in syria. it's a complete pro-creation syria about not just a more serious also appropriation well cohorts the peace in the middle east region and so provocation. the soup of life in general or what turkey does right now this is this complete propaganda of our it's not new who the billions going from western countries from states to the syrian rebels we are not discussing about the
whore material we're not discussing about the weapons that i'm in mission and of course the communication technology which is delivered to those who the rebels in syria by other governments know we are discussing now about two planes. by turkey and this should be the international affair this is what the us government is doing there it's part of the propaganda war we witness since a long time. still ahead for you iran learns a lesson in censorship almost never have terror on state t.v. and radio channels were taken off in europe we'll bring you one expert's analysis of what's behind the bomb. leave there bitter violence has resumed and you might find some of the following images disturbing at least twenty six people have been killed in the latest of time by pro-government militia against a stronghold of the former regime the youngest son of the slain leader moammar gadhafi economists has reported never mind that the town of bani walid has been under siege for over two weeks now and the suffering from severe shortages of food water and medicine a political activist. who left around
a year ago says the state hasn't recovered from the devastation the nato backed rebels. division not only view going to be for. the militias not of their couldn't very well you know which is you know highly populated area. of course. also. for. people inside the city but these militias are. the ones going through in control of the consumer in libya. or possibly means. opposition. is not really covering. the situation in libya because they want to set this example for what we succeed in libya so we will succeed in syria. but. there will be over the top of my
point of view. massive crowds numbering in the tens of thousands have filled the streets of london. the coalition government scuffles erupted in the aftermath of the rally as demonstrators started had coffee shops and the some more hotel the march was organized by the trade unions and attracted people from across the country prime minister david cameron whistleblower board of long term decisions for the. the economy. was in the crowd. thousands of people have taken to the streets of london and announced he'll start the much older lies by the trade unions. many. message is against the cuts they say flatlining the economy and other people from all walks of life said there are nurses worried about the n.h.s. there are police officers all feed the room worried about cuts so frontline services amongst the people you see marching here today many many families all across the age range but they've been affected in some way by the continued cuts my
parents rely on the n.h.s. who can see can't get worse my son to stephen he's paying nine grand a year in fees i work in the tree sector and legal aid is being called so we were very vulnerable people and i won't be able to get the same help for my next year they just protect the rich they protect the interests of the rich i'm a bit of fear in the people who are rich who are marching against the cuts and she's marching for the future situations where. marching say my future is banks now cause it's not just person that's been affected they all start because they've had a europe wide effect of the euro crisis rumbles always seem to start taking great the specially in the last month in spain in greece all across the year you say people simply saying that they've had enough here in london i think that possibly into the hundreds of thousands maybe even more that have come out here to march against the austerity. a service he was on that where in europe this week the e.u.
summit in brussels european leaders have agreed on a deal that would bring centralised banking supervision to the continent however the summit was marred by fresh protests in europe tens of thousands of greece descended on our phones as a nationwide strike go away clashing with police one protester died over a time in scuffles in madrid parents teachers and students rushed in condemnation of impending government come. education capping three days of industry. there is one thing that we've learned over the past couple of years is that when european leaders say something about this crazy they usually mean the exact opposite. of on this saying that the end of the crisis is inside probably means that spain and greece are slipping into depression and that greece by next year one of the contract to the economy with a contract roughly twenty percent but unemployment stands at twenty five percent but given the regions in spain which are demanding secession you have actually seen your fascist forces on the rise in every city in the move that we haven't seen
since the one nine hundred thirty four i think really what's happening here is that this crisis is actually spinning out of control things are getting a lot worse and the summit completely fails to address any of the structural problems which include most importantly the deadly embrace between financial sector which is completely insolvent and a series of states which are completely or in debt and plenty more ahead coming out after the short break. homeland security now has robot tunas seriously robot fish the drones in the sky spying on you just weren't good enough effect they've revealed that they're going to be using robotic hummingbirds soon who how cute these things can only see you though above the water now during the one percent or less of your life that you
spend swimming homeland security will be keeping you safe since nine eleven we've heard ad nauseum that we need to be kept safe so americans have given up their rights but if things got that much safer honestly has any of the stuff ushered in some sort of peaceful utopia no it hasn't the best terrorism prevention would be to not bomb secular regimes in other countries like libya so that some fanatical wackos come to power that would help way more than robotic spy fish i hear a lot of people talk about personal responsibility in a lot of speeches and yes personal responsibility is a key component of the american way slit people provide for their own defense what is going to protect you more a shotgun under the bed or terminator tune so homeland security can the two are right but i just might bring.
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of ashdod with thirty appropriate seen an activist arrested israeli defense forces claim the ship had no humanitarian aid on board activists say soldiers captured the vessel outside gaza able border the boy the latest attempts to breach the israeli blockade which has been in place for the last five years it comes to years after the so-called freedom for tina was attacked with nine on armed activists killed by israeli commandos but victoria's trond a spokesperson for the latest battle says their mission is to bring international attention to the injustice of the israeli blockade of gaza. we can achieve that we can make the international community to focus on the fact that the blockade still is going on all that it is a cd called me to get it is getting worse year by year and do what we are doing is actually walk to w.h.o. new niece said save the children learn fifty yarder in june sorry saying that. the blockade has to end it is now its sixth year and he also say that there are.
to walk through a situation fuel situation the health situation is deteriorating dettori eighteen all the time. the build up of tension is speaking ahead of the u.s. presidential election the two top runners will face off on monday in their last televised debate democrat barack obama and republican me trannies seem to be getting older and time ahead of theirs they aren't the only participants third party and independent candidates have to struggle for attention this week the green party is jill stein was arrested together with a running mate while trying to get entrance to the latest debate that's despite signs name as nearing an eighty five percent of the ballots across the country and the green party is pain management believes that the party domination is you to outdated laws and corporate control. the reality is that there's nothing in our constitution which prevents a multi-party system from emerging here in the u.s.
but we do have laws on the books all across the country and we also have the actions of private corporations that have grown up over the last sixty years to prevent independent parties from challenging the two establishment parties here in the united states the laws that we have in the books prevent or make it very difficult for independent parties to get on the ballot to give voters that choice those laws date from the cold war they date from the mccarthy era in which there was a fear of communism and socialism and they tried to make it very difficult for progressive parties in particular to emerge here at the green party we have overcome many of those challenges joel stein is on eighty five percent of the ballots yet they're still preventing him from taking part in the debate if you look at the success of the green party despite all the obstacles we face it says that there is a great demand for the greens people vote for the greens here in the u.s. independent candidates will be getting their own platform for debate with the help of on tuesday and of course we're keeping
a close eye on that tuning on monday and to make a call for our special coverage of the race for the white. will there be war on iraq. china friend or foe is missile defense offensive. where you're trying to date stamp your selection of close october twenty second on our team. the european commission has been trying to brush off accusations that ordered a ban on more than a dozen of iran's state t.v. and radio stations it said that satellite providers acted on their own accord this came out of the e.u. approved a new set of sanctions on iran as western nations continue to struggle its economy strangle its economy over fears of tehran atomic ambitions and they say the punishment targets mainly iran's financial and trade sectors but political analyst chris bambery doesn't buy such. don't have to be a conspiracy theorist to think that by buying media nineteen t.v.
and radio stations from access to europe it does look like you for the step towards military intervention against iran given it happens on the same day that the pauses for the sanctions are around against the background of a continuing military buildup by america but as british and french allies in the persian gulf and the siren calls from told the four american action against against the run and therefore it seems to me are for the ramping up of this and this was a decision to not just buy a private satellite company to withdraw access. and now to the ugly side of the beautiful game three masked men have fired paintball pellets at football is from the russian premier league side to normal during a training session no one was badly hurt but the instant has sparked an outcry jeter sinister threats made against the players his andrew farmer has been following the story. dinara is a club have issued a statement that says that these were the actions of idiots in that unama fans have
nothing in common with those that were involved but it is important also to stress that this has happened just a month after an extraordinary episode that happened at the training ground just as i say four weeks ago and then the club did allow some supporters to address the players and issue violent traits in the hope it would improve performances and results the whole thing was recorded and put on you tube which we translated for you. now listen rb you guys i'm warning you if you keep screwing up like this we'll show you some different treatment if we catch any of you in a nightclub enjoying yourselves the way garani and a boa spotted doing doing all of you hang out all the time will be out of you right there on the sports minutes in addition to that the incident that took place on friday leaflets were also left at the ground showing the faces of poor in our midst foreign clayson alongside their faces were the words we do not want charity with leaders anymore it would be noble warnings if you read it read it so you can say so
very intimidating stuff on the general point you could argue that perhaps the forum plays were shown were highlighted there because they are amongst the highest at the club to our fans the whole after straight to the moment because it is it's seen with great history in russia but it has lost what it has only won three of the last nine games in the russian crimea leaving the d.c. third from bottom in the table that there is concern amongst the players for what's happened as we say over the last twenty four hours but also coming on the back of that series instead into were extraordinary instant patch as you call it that took place but their training ground last month. was coming out what could have started a walled war three would take an in-depth look at the cuban missile crisis after the break. looking at some dogs you simply do not believe they come speak and goodness how
they can wrong oh. it's an international sled dog race with those driving the dogs. coming from as far away as a strand in canada and the us i come to russia and everybody is so very friendly they welcomed me with open arms and the scenery is so beautiful it's very much like a laska and so i felt at home the first blood joke was brought here from australia now astray as come to this remote russian village to take part in the race it's not surprising they love it this scenery and trail are amazing but even more amazing is the story of how racing first started here atoll it wasn't the top. grazing who set the trail of place but a nun and for all phones who brought their dia to life. five years ago. built a dock kennel in the village kids from the local open age came around to take care
of the dogs and one day they state their life might seem extreme to some the boys wake up at six to feed the dogs before school in the evening they spend up to three hours training their full legged friends but smother her schedule also encourages her kids to become depth hands on the computer and internet the boys who regularly update their websites and they're in touch with the busy mother twenty four seven on the phone itself but children are the most important thing my own interests not play any rule any more and regardless of whether parsky has huskies win the race or not she hopes the competition will take place in the village next year. but called these dogs and the children it really is not the weaning but truly just the taking part that counts.
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oh. this club is hosting a tournament in which teenagers are taking part they are playing a computer game a touch of the caribbean crisis or as its better known the cuban missile crisis the game has a historical setting in the united states in the former u.s.s.r. of fighting battles at sea in the air and on the ground do we got there but everybody's dead this video game is based on the actual events of october one thousand nine hundred sixty two a period of confrontation between then u.s. president john kennedy and soviet leader nikita for short in response to the american deployment of ballistic missiles in turkey targeted that may just soviet cities the soviet union retaliated the stationing their own missiles in cuba about time the world found itself one step away from the start of global nuclear war.
the way of life in this small village never changes that's why the appearance of any newcomer is outskirts is a big event. when the first soviet specialists came to the village in august one thousand nine hundred sixty two the locals were told to keep their mouths shut. a large plot of land in the village outskirts was fenced off with barbed wire what went on inside that enclosure was kept secret for a long time today an old bunker is in ruins the residents have found a use for everything they could take from those ruins. here for example you see all these places all this are now iran were set up all the by russian i'm. not even came here now you can see the.