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at eight pm moscow time international condemnation of israel grows with france and britain summoning it sound bass it is to protest plans to colonize more palestinian lands and with threw away. the un say israeli settlement expansion could deal and almost. all the details coming out. of the headlines tonight russia and turkey pen lucrative new business deals as president putin says the two countries are looking at new ways to solve the syrian conflict warning against a military buildup in the region. and the british jobs program is just not working as it's revealed the scheme actually makes it even less likely to keep people employed.
this is kevin owen it's good to have you with us now from some britain of some of the israeli ambassadors to their countries to get over why more settlements have been authorized in disputed lands near east jerusalem the u.n. in the you've also said that israel's construction plans pose a threat to future peace negotiations more from a middle east correspondent paula. that's happening in an area known as anyone and what it effectively means is that the waste that income will be cutoff on the streets to them this announcement is why be conceived as punishment against the palestinians for number one going to the un was with us for the number two winning it essentially winning a bird that sees the palestinian state being recognized within nine hundred sixty seven borders and given non observer nonmember observer status at the united nations now we're also hearing criticism of some european ambassadors european
diplomats warning that he would encourage certain moves against israel now we're also hearing from the un secretary-general ban ki moon to quote him he says that this has developed and almost fatal blow to the remaining chances of securing a two state solution amongst the punishment that the israeli government has taken is that they have frozen some one hundred million dollars in tax money that is welcome it's on behalf of the palestinian authority has built a painful blow to the p.a. because essentially can only cover around seventeen percent of its needs the rest of the money comes from this tax money comes from the united states from the european union if you look at the sick the population in this country they too also unhappy they do not believe that the israeli prime minister netanyahu will go ahead with building these units they believe that it's almost a cheap route by netanyahu to try and gain support ahead of january's elections and
that this is an internal matter to try and really build votes the middle yahoo government essentially sees this but and perhaps i should say not just in the tunnel government but many israelis feel that it was a one sided resolution that was put forward at the united nations and the point being made by the government is that they cannot be any kind of human lateral moves on the palestinian side there needs to first be negotiations and only then can that lead to talks there needs to be direct talks between both sides. israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu is brushing off criticism at home that he's worst in the country's diplomatic isolation he's vowing to press ahead anyway and build more settlements israeli academic miri eisin told me any viable peace solution needs work from both sides the decision that was made on thursday from my point of view was an israeli was anti israel not just pro palestinian i want to see something which is a win win situation one that's vote pro palestinian that goes towards an independent
state not just in rhetoric and that not just in declarations but in actuality and to do so those same palestinians have to come back to the negotiation table for the last four years they have refused to do so in israel we look at things from a security point of view for a variety of reasons you can critique us about that i understand but that's what we're looking at i think that this government has stated clearly that they're willing to negotiate that they're willing to come to a compromise that they want to see a two state solution but now without negotiations without us as a partner to do a one sided to impose it on israel and they feel the strong need to give a response as an israeli i can say that has to do with domestic politics personally i don't necessarily adhered about stuff i think you've heard a lot of criticism here in israel in linking it in such a way but that is also about politics. russia and turkey are aiming to boot their trade boost their trade turnover to over one hundred billion dollars next year just
one of the big business announcements made just now during president putin's a visit to istanbul where the two top trading partners rebel at logan heads over how best to solve the conflict in syria which with which neighbors turkey now putin says that while moscow and anchor agree on bringing peace to the region it's the methods of getting there the different mostly to that that the proposals on ending the conflict are now being considered the russian president also warned that the planned deployment of nato missiles in turkey will only serve to escalate the condition. snow talked to our correspondent ridiculous because she's in istanbul oh no indeed we'll be talking to a very short i can tell you that so go crystal hostiles on the line now the talk about something completely different germany is considering deploying a two hundred seventy soldiers as part of the nato mission to set up those patridge defense missiles on the turkish border with syria despite more than sixty percent of germans being against the move according to a poll last week more now than there were government on prisoners' consultant
christophe or slim berlin i gather is on the line hi christophe good to see you tonight i there is germany trying to show its a face full nato member then why is it getting involved like this. well what we what we have here is that our chancellor mrs merkel is obviously preparing for a battle about power in germany in next year that the election campaign which is starting internationally by over fulfilling and prematurely fulfilling washington's wishes by sending a patriot system or two of these batteries to turkey which is completely against the will of the people and sixty percent by the way is i think not the correct figure it should be seventy percent but i think there was a little change in the background in the back office of that institution that made the pull the deployment of german and dutch patriot systems as you'd be voted on them by those nations parliaments later this week will germany ignore its people
sentiments you think again please that the proposal to bring in those missiles you'd be voted on by the parliament later this week do you think germany will ignore the sentiment of the german population. you see this is a regular tradition in our days that the parliament overrides the wishes of the people so many people here do not trust the parliament they do not trust the government and they do not trust the media and what we have here is you know you know eighty percent were against the afghanistan issue and we sent our troops against their wishes then we you know paying into the bankrupt euro currency to get a game against eighty percent of the wishes of the people and now we are sending these patriot systems and that's by the way i made a mistake in the past i said after syria it's iran now in fact after syria it's also russia russia will be under attack from nato from within through foreign agents and that is a very bad situation and unfortunately i think it's
a waste of time to talk to the assad government which as you know i'm consulted rebels are making gains in recent weeks seizing armed bases across syria and the assad government battle both the militias and the west and political pressure now all at once to think. you see nowadays with the modern ways we head look at me for example i am working only with alternative media in germany with the last trip because i have more than two million spectators without investing a single penny of money and that can happen you know at a much larger scale if things are done well but unfortunately. countries like iran and russia are conducting foreign policy in the style of eighty years ago and they have nothing. as a counterweight to what mater was doing with in russia with iran and of course within syria militarily so we have talked about this at length in the past so with
this kind of imbalance of course there's no good to be had on no thought like picking brains and u.s. intelligence said today that it spotted the movement of chemical weapons parts in recent days in syria so the reason for turkey to worry about that. no reason for turkey to worry about that what syria certainly doing is trying to make sure that no foreign agent how well equipped. can you know get into the position of these weapons that's the main concern of the syrian government of course they're not planning to use it against the foreign enemies in their territories norway and all these things i think kind of invention of foreign and western. thanks ever so much for your thoughts crystal horseless appreciate it
. now let's go back and talk to our correspondent she's covering that summit we showed you last russia in turkey aiming to boost the trade too and i would have one hundred billion dollars a year just one of the big business announcements made during president putin's visit or i'd really good to see you being with us take us through what's been said by president putin and. foreign policy from them first of all. of course syria dominated the press conference the russian and turkish leaders to quote president putin we russia and turkey have common goals when it comes to syria but it's the methods of are reaching that solution peaceful solution and that we cannot really quite agree on just yet other than that of course he also spoke about the necessity of keeping the syrian issue there was a question. with a turkish journalist who said that there is a possibility that syria will attack
a notion which the russian president dismissed saying that syria has too much going on inside its borders right now to even think about possibly going outside and attacking somebody he said that notion is simply preposterous he also expressed. the negative opinion requested to place missiles on its border with syria the russian. said that there is a high chance. present they will actually shoot. help in stabilizing the situation in the region only exasperated make it worse because the presence of patriot missiles. are actively seeking a common. way to bring about a peaceful solution to the conflict in syria will be different.
there was a quite a few business deals and memorandum is being signed you just mentioned turkey are hoping to reach a hundred billion. turkish prime minister said to russia is the country's second major business partner and he hopes that russia will that the relations between the two countries will only get better and more active helping turkey to build its first. nuclear power plant. and of course they also talked about all sorts of energy resources being delivered through turkey to turkey from russia and so it was really did seem like the. meeting between the two leaders who went by in a very amicable atmosphere in fact. the prime minister has called. friends every speck full every speck even honorable friend. underlined this friendship.
will. soon get in britain's unemployed into jobs is proving to be a costly failure more than three quarters of a million people joined the program don't you. fred. previous. high levels. is that me in that what. the rider that takes your breath away through eating across the scholar's those are monish who do know the biggest salt lake in europe and more than two hundred
species of birds that are also are on the verge of extinction on these islands in the south of russia they find shelter before migrating to other parts of the world paladins as well as other species of the monish who do low feed and face these words are waiting for their parents to bring them food to the best cash for them is in a small area is a lake with the water it is relatively fresh as fish cannot survive in the salty a part of the month and the lakes getting salt every year the monish to dealers and all to fishel reservoir which was field in the nineteen fifties in the areas hot climate the evaporates quickly and the local saw is natural sultanate steaks over a possum birds the drying out of the lake cool so stretching one of the world's biggest populations of mustangs. their mills in four hundred years the animals here theories are protected. it's a place of peace and calm in recent decades dozens of canals of being dug around
here to cultivate the locals taps broad grassy plains this may be useful for humans but it does badly hit many species as the animals here for instance. just some forty years ago there were more than two million. living in asia and nowhere else in the world but now people. the species to the brink of extinction this region has been reaching life for thousands of years but now in a relatively short space of time it's a vibrant diversity of creatures is threatened all fronts by man and nature itself . britain's new work program supposed to get the unemployed into jobs but it's having
less success than people look for themselves apparently the five billion pound program so far only got around three percent of job seekers off welfare sarah first story. for months now twenty five year old jay paxton's been keeping a video diary about his experiences on the government's work program. usually the work programs the government's flagship scheme that pays private sector organizations to place people at work they called it a revolution in welfare the first figures released since its launch revealed a resoundingly failure something that hasn't surprise j. slightest save left a to going keep his appointment now it seems pretty tightly regimented we've watched people running in all morning to keep that appointment been coming to this job center once a fortnight for the past six months that he's been on the government's work
programme in the time he hasn't found a single job unfortunately that's not uncommon the latest figures released by the department of work and pensions say the job is just one of hundreds of thousands of people signed up to that work program skein he found absolutely nothing. in fact between gene two thousand and eleven and july this year of all the people he was signed up to the work program only three point four percent were found work below the targets of five point five percent which is the number of people he find work without any sort of program it means that people like the typically less likely to find the mr all new work program whatsoever can you talk as he is to the last six months what has the experience been and on a daily basis with this work. well. the definition of
insanity is to do one thing. and expect a different result and after doing the same thing going in the same results for six months i'm starting to feel pretty insane and it is maddening the frustration be anguish despair most of the time the job in the experience is having serious effects are actually gone to the doctors a couple of times because of our sleeping cycle problems i'm sleeping way too much and i should be the doctor's them sounds interesting from sounds pretty terrific when you fill in the field in the chart listeners like you got clinical depression . figures. at the start i was like yeah draw on science i'm going to be the next greatest thing show the world and now it's like i don't want to take these pills i'd rather do something more constructive things are
pretty much where it's gone both the shift malik tells us that the one size fits all formats is the work program is stifling the individuality of young. people i speak to quite intelligent quite bright some of them have to grease of them. and some of them are quite well skilled and they hate being told what to do and they like to take appropriate action. quite good at finding work for themselves . it is difficult with a work program what we see now is that in fact when you get the best of the private sector involved when you pay them lots of money they actually do worse than doing nothing at all we asked the government why the program was pretty poor results and why the thing is they really seem designed musk the chicks and the failure he responded saying it's ridiculous to suggest the work program is not helping people into work despite being faced with their aims should cummings it seems the
government still doesn't want to listen to people like a telling loud and clear i regret to inform you that on this occasion you have been unsuccessful. r.t. london. and so disheartening for the on our website talk about hungary and foreign leaders suggesting the jews should be screened obviously that's got a good reaction among reporting have sparked a thousand strong demonstration in the past and read of more about that. also told well a huge traffic jam too in russia it's paralyzed a major highway leaving thousands of people trapped in their cars since. it's all caused by snow and bad weather freezing cold air fun of more cannot go on. spain has made a formal request for e.u. funds to help its battered banks the deals being discussed in other eurozone finance meeting currently underway in brussels just last week the european commission approved a thirty seven point five billion euro bailout package for the country's banking
sector stressing that madrid has met all conditions now to receive the tranche marco pierre poly economist and financial consultant believes this bailout won't do spaniards any good though. back in june. the spanish government had requested an independent audit on their banking system. and. came up with a number of sixty two billion euros that that was needed. and many at the time thought that that was again quite a conservative number expecting the economy to do better and any since then of course situation has deteriorated in spain unemployment has risen especially youth unemployment and i have heard figures that the banking system will need to shrink by something like sixty thousand. people caught all of.
these banks will need to shrink an extra sixty thousand unemployed in spain will be will be paying for it is some of the world uses south korea says it's looking to reroute all passenger planes over the yellow sea it's to avoid any possible collision with debris from a long range missile that most korea is planning to launch later this month meantime japan's deploy missile interceptors saying they're prepared to down the rocket if it poses a threat and says the rocket will take the satellite into orbit but the u.s. south korea and japan claim it's carrying out intercontinental ballistic missile tests. two offices have died in northwest pakistan when an explosion hit a police that the vehicle was patrolling the outskirts of the city of however it's unclear how the bomb was detonated the city's located in pakistan's volatile tribal region it's often targeted by taliban militants. cash from qatar's been flowing into france for some time the latest being
a huge time to pump vital funds into struggling small businesses but the ghost is generosity is now being met with increasing high level suspicion and lectures ask explains bit more. france is already no stranger to qatari dollars fans of parisian football club present your man cannot believe their luck ever since middle east and shakes invested into the team they've bought world class players and hired a top coach now this small business owner hopes he can also have a slice of the pie and huge economic crisis financing from governments are. too big to be obtained talking about cuts are we are talking about business we don't have any finance so we have the financing of financial. we can go ahead and that may soon happen nicolas sarkozy's administration cemented ties with doha placing a military base in the gulf state and signing an investment deal now qatar is to
invest fifty million euros into the french economy primarily to help small businesses and rebuild parisian slums mostly inhabited by immigrants from arabic and african state. who oversaw the deal says this will help many the songis maybe solution that will help these youth. to escape the special circle because when people have a job their vision of life is totally different when the strong people have no job they go into religion they go into violence and terror and that's terrible for the republic and that's terrible for france but after francois hollande came to power this love affair with qatar got called despite that the new administration said the deal with qatar would still go ahead things are not looking as optimistic as they were during the sarkozy era every step of the guitar ambassador in paris is being
closely watched by the french media and some members of parliament are even calling to investigate the actions of qatar and frogs security experts believe that qatar's initiative is not. as innocent as it may first appear security service perfectly know that catcher as a dual strategy on one hand and culture as a purely economic strategy to find all the sectors to invest in and to make money the other strategy has got there is really just the end geopolitically driven it's mean that it's subject if it is to explain radical islamism it means one how business in the freakout in the middle east in central asia as well and so these days yet and to develop such a strategy that the west and will to keep in century nationalist forces say the developing suburbs is only a cover up for investment into radical islamic groups that i was investing against they've been regime even if you are the best guy actually addition to fearing we
have a civil war involving a lot of islamist presence as in syria today we know that is investing in. groups and arming them so. qatar is a bit not so close so good partner for us and stories like that of mohamed merah a shooter from toulouse who killed seven juice this spring stirred the debate he came from one of the troubled areas where qatar is planning to invest in public discourse on the matter suggests that people in france are not certain whether the oil rich state would cure such a problem or aggravate it. alexy russian of ski auntie reporting from paris. next in a few minutes we continue to explore the dangers living just heard such a u.s. marine bombing range interesting program coming up very shortly on a. wedge
issues do just what their name implies they get between people and drive them apart like a wedge and these issues seem to always take the forefront in the media things like abortion gun rights marijuana legalization and the weather well the weather isn't really a wedge issue but people sure talk about it way too much there's only so much room with the national discourse and the switch issues just eat up all the time and attention but the thing is that there's a little something called the tenth amendment you know the one that says that any powers that are specifically delegated the federal government are reserved for the states and last time i checked the constitution doesn't have a special weed cause saying that marijuana has to be an all or nothing a national proposal and that goes for abortion and most of the wedge issues also there's a simple answer all these wedge issues just left the states make up their own minds
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