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parliament members say you risked his freedom to protect the rights of others who murphy an irish m.e.p. from that group the snowden's chances of getting the prize the slim but it's not all about winning. will this nomination doesn't call unfortunately from the leadership of the european union who i think would certainly prefer to avoid the embarrassment of him winning the prize but it comes from the left in the european union which has consistently supported edward snowden he deserves to win the prize because he's a hero and he's a hero for putting his freedom on the line and it's still on the line in reality i think he's only likely to win and i think the greens are the green group inside the parliament also support for edward snowden but i fear that certainly the big groups will not wants the so-called embarrassment of choosing edward snowden because of the impact that that would have in relations with the us the reason you know a very practical reason that we're proposing to him is to try to pressure on
countries to grant him permanent asylum we don't think he should be a man without a visa is a visa for the courts of them for a year now but after that he has. no definite future so it's designed to add pressure on to embarrass the us. the french government has called on consumers to be more patriotic buying from domestic produces what's intended as a lifeline for french industries he's proven to be an unwelcome but none people's wallets it's all syria looks into the initiative when france's industry minister struck a pose looking as french as one could meet consumer affairs minister bid one more thought it was a joke. this is a real photo of on new moon. i don't believe it was only when the value. in fact of what it was message was serious choose french products over four and made ones to help more of their countrymen and keep jobs and appeal to french patriotism
in the face of a thirteen year high unemployment rate with the number of jobless hitting three million for the first time a move that comes as france talks about reforms to restore global competitiveness a critical priority says the international monetary fund. a recent study suggests that if consumers were to buy only french made goods they would have to spend between one hundred three hundred euros more each month and amount that would squeeze an already weakened purchasing power because of all the publicity the french are even more aware now are made in france products versus those coming from the outside but most of the time the difference could really be seen in the prices of the goods now this one for example is peaches from spain it costs for ninety five per kilo rob this one which is clearly marked made in france cost six and ninety five per kilo that's a two year old difference so the question here is how well it will decide do you
sell to the french. differently no i won't spend three hundred extra you have to find this manifests. yes if i have the money certainly. it is no i think globalization allows us to find cheaper goods. when you look at the product you know some of those short or whatever. bottle has been dug into in france but bought over the been done as well in fact the french political parties have been accused of hypocrisy as the local newspapers investigation last year showed election campaign materials had been made in china valid morocco you name it. here for example this little case is made in china so i'm not afraid buying seeings in china that's the part the point is we have. no hope in france at all as a d.c.m.
is a brand that takes pride in having its manufacturing base in france its director says the study more is an important point that paying more to support their own industries creates local jobs it is far less of an economic burden than the cost of three point two million unemployed big amount of those ducks are of course to. the social care we have in france and a big moment of the social care is employment so we'd move we would be much more healthier in france and with lower deficit public deficit if everyone was to have. a job the world trade organization has criticized this campaign as patriotic protectionism as france's economic why why is getting treated here to manage politicians seem to be grasping at straws the government's new call to arms may look good on paper but its critics point out it could end up an
economic fall power. does or sylvia r.t. paris. or some other news from around the world this hour starting with iraq or at least thirty five people have been killed in the latest wave of insurgent attacks and want to claim responsibility for the blasts which targeted commercial areas in parking lots mostly shiite dominated cities across the country comes less than twenty four hours after a suicide bomber attacked a funeral in northern iraq the country's weathering its deadliest spout of violence in half a decade for deaths and simple. a massive rescue operation is in full swing across the u.s. state of colorado with deadly floods. already killed five people left hundreds unaccounted for thousands of been forced to evacuate from the deluge there there's an america bomber signed a major emergency order for the battered state of proving that federal disaster aid
with us to free has been branded an historic one hundred year flood the cost of repairs estimated at fifteen times the state's a new budget more downpours last awful cost. and violence have gathered in the city of montreal and canada to express their anger against a controversial proposed charter of values draw floor is supposed to prohibit public employees from wearing the hijab or other religious clothing in a workplace protest organizers criticize the state premier pauline marois calling her plans racist and discriminatory and opinion polls however have shown that there is considerable support for the charter among critics electorate. a study of a man who was behind some of the august policies of apartheid stearns just a stone's throw from south africa's capital and it's not just a monument to past injustices gobs of whites and we'll play artie's khosla takes up
the story of. a half hour drive north of south africa's capital petrolia and you'll be forgiven for thinking you've traveled back in time it might be two decades since nelson mandela was sworn in as the country's first black president but communities hankering after south africa's apartheid past when racial segregation was enshrined in law are starting to wave their nationalistic color is when white people first advanced into the interior of south african eighteen hundreds this is what they saw before them vast dissolute stretches of land and now one hundred fifty years later they were turning to the dreams of a forefathers to create an independent entity with their own laws flag and language . well come to claim fontayne an aspiring whites only enclave if you're black you can visit but only for a few hours and with special permission well there's a little. we don't know if you say that. if you go
to work you can come in the first thing that greets you as you come into came from tain is a bust of hendrix a vote the former south african prime minister considered the architect of a party ate all of us signposts are written off the cons the language spoken by the town's one thousand inhabitants who can all trace their lineage back to the european settlers who arrived here in the sixteen hundreds residents insist they are not racist it's just that they don't welcome jews catholics or any english speakers either merissa has lived in came from tain for six years she says she feels safe here there's no crime and she enjoys being part of a community that shares the same culture and history this is private property so we're not taking anything from anybody else so we don't think i think it's a racial but we are we feel strongly about our identity and we want to protect that and preserve it claim for danes residents include professors engineers and other middle class professionals they pay fees to a copper to board that gives them water and electricity the community has survived
largely without the help of the government it has its own water pumps and a natural reservoir and there's a shopping center a bank a school overtime and center and several small businesses it's residence aid self-sufficiency born out of necessity they dream is to create their own flag and currency the problem we have is that many of the law a bicycle race. benefit a certain racial group. economic involvement never young people that weren't even born in the aborted don't have access to work that don't have access to education. iliza smith moved here after being unable to find work she now cleans houses a job she's very grateful to have my skin as well that i am not black abroad for work or work and then my freedom get their work. and that's when we come back
you're under a party to the white of economy government force black south africans to live in homelands now decades later the dices turned and many white often corners feel that white homelands are the only solution but many south africans fear their communities that came from tain a merely lingering outposts of the apartheid era threatening to return the country back to the dark days of its racist past policy r.t. came from tain south africa. i'll be back with more news in just a few minutes stay with us. ok. i dave a croc a welcome here to ted you're all of virginia it's a little while in the middle of the chesapeake bay on the virginia. lack of back out on. a rampage here all in the chesapeake bay probably one of the best areas in
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on. the latest news on the week's top stories sealed with a handshake moscow and washington agree on a roadmap to eliminate chemical weapons from syria butting for no u.s. strike on the country. front line fights hawks he brings even latest from the syrian footage of monitor government troops have pushed the rebels out of the ancient christian that they're still holed up in there by mountains. and we take a look at europe's drift so the right support is to unsee migration policy in norway which must move and there's brave it was once a member of it's set to play a key role in the country's government.