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life. video on demand. mind. and feed now in the palm of your. column. and weeks mainly smarting g eight leaders unite to call for corona darkie to go present to mediate a cease fire a new via. u.s. expands its military presence in poland during a head of its own that missile defense shield which russia says could spark a new arms race. for georgian opposition and international observers called tbilisi telling us to gate a brutal independence day crackdown and twisters which left two people dead. and it's been announced today that the president of abkhazia for the republics that
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all three independents and georgia has died in moscow age sixty two. you're watching r.t. i'm kerry johnston and this is all we can news for you colonel gadhafi took a major blow at this week's g. eight summit in france russia joined voices of nato allies calling on him to quit i think led his room illegitimate son discussed ways to broker peace the struggling euro currency was also in the critical list for the world's richest countries and he sonali reports. new world new ideas post france put that concept on the g eight table at a time when it looks like the old ways aren't working a war in libya on the front line with the euro crisis in the background leads to
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questions like this will sarkozy be known as the man who saved tens of thousands of civilians and garcia well he was the man who promised to economic ruin a never ending war in libya he must go g eight leaders agreed word for word in their declaration about gadhafi saying he has lost all legitimacy now it's understood behind closed doors there was harsh debate on the sidelines russia was asked to step in and broker a cease fire and accepted and will send an envoy and we are in touch with most lloyd's the new forces in benghazi and representatives of gadhafi breaking out it's a matter of time but do you think it's useful in any case because we're trying to make closer approaches to the reasons for the escalation of violence which is still go if we discussed it at the g eight nations says that we cannot be regime has lost its legitimacy people got he must step down russia's approach to interfering in the internal affairs of sovereign nations differs dramatically from the west which
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appears eager to back some countries but not others just to intervene in libya it does not show it is intervening in bahrain those and those rational economic is geopolitical it's not about. jade nations agreed a twenty five billion dollars to port package the arab nations that have toppled autocratic regimes and are struggling to build so-called new democracies on the euro there were statements like this. because the euro is you everything to get through it in the future the euro will threaten europe as a whole the whole huge spending cuts continue in attempt to prevent euro extinction so will the mission in libya and because after billions create leaders. might have reached consensus on cadabby but can the west now afford to push pick and choose politics even further russia's deputy foreign minister claims a resolution on syria won't even be read let alone signed by russia after the
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disaster in the bia the question now what will happen to the rest of the arab world facing revolts for now only syria is a possible target with some g. eight leaders going as far to hint a u.n. resolution similar to libya could be an option if damascus doesn't back down something russia is more than likely to oppose reporting from the g. eight and it's now a artsy soviet france. with colonel gadhafi increasingly isolated and nato jets intensifying their attacks some experts believe russian mediation is crucial for peace mark almond will tend to invest in turkey says winnings one point for the alliance the negotiating. the rebels feel they have the support of the nato countries some other arab states so they haven't really shown much interest. at all . in union and i suspect unless countries decided they
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were. also to achieve a military victory that major countries may decide perhaps will rise and russia will be the mediator but i suspect at the moment victories are going to lead to. work and we're going to. pre-order maybe it's more likely. if we end the rebels leader has told r.t. that once that after he is gone what's the cost of peace for interviews coming your way for later this hour here's some of what some stuff. had to say. army requirement is one where gadhafi and his son should leave libya among those who served in the previous government that are many refutable people with whom we are ready to have a dialogue so that they can become members of the executive bodies of the future libya it's colonel gadhafi who is nobbs to get all of this in the first place you prevent us from creating secure corridors for medicine and food supplies to those in need but once he stops playing this role the prospect of
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a dialogue will open up through an intermediary. nato is boosting its military potential near the border with russia despite objections from moscow the u.s. has struck a deal to station fighter jets and president of the also house american interceptor missiles plane during president obama's visit to warsaw saturday missiles which are part of the u.s. defense shield will be put in place by. russia has repeatedly called for a joint system and washington wants to separate himself from thinking it sometime friday russian expressed concern about america's position. says russians is reluctant to provide guarantees that little security at stake. what sort of a border unless we reach a deal before twenty twenty and the u.s. anti-missile systems on last you could trigger
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a new arms race we have to get guarantees that this is still is not a disaster no one gave us any such guarantees of living so it's a get some countries that oppose us through it so when we are skewed these countries are currently keep silent then we are asked to these countries have been dismissals no they do not. russia has in the conclusion is easy and saying to us not likely going to be experts have been telling us you have americans would like to revive the binding guarantees on missile defense is only aimed at stalling talks on a vote system to clear their names divisions within washington and well they are talking about how to make this a joint system the question is what does joint mean at this point they're talking about sharing early warning information and other radar information which would be a step forward but before they can get there before they can get to a shared system russia needs to be reassured that the system is not aimed at it and
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again the nato and the united states need to make a joint statement to russia saying that this system is not aimed at you this is them is no danger to you it's focused on dangers and threats from middle east not from russia there is the obama administration which very much wants a cooperative relationship on missile defense with russia and very much wants another arms control reduction agreement with russia and certain republicans in the u.s. senate do not want those things so we have to make that clear distinction between what the administration wants and what some members of the senate want so focusing on what the administration wants and what russia wants they both want the operational missile defense and they both want to move on to a new arms reduction agreement and given that i think there's enough common interest to move that forward. but in a few minutes the russians who say enough is enough when it comes to drug pushers. this is how the moscow activists are trying to stop the madness threat to the
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country which was approved i. mean the citizen campaigns and leave an indelible mark on dealers make sure everyone knows who they are. is on the way. a flash mob in washington has felt the full force of the law by being forcibly arrested by police for dancing in public they have gathered up the jefferson memorial in defiance of a ban on dancing at the moment but all the money. present on congress he says he was slammed to the ground by officers came in during two thousand and eight when an activist sleep is for the rest of the public balancing say they were paying tribute to her as a champion of the first amendment don't read them. dozens of georgians have known them for this week's heavy handed response to antigovernment protests there is the police used tear gas rubber bullets and water cannons against
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protesters and police say two people were killed in the audience international observers went to georgia to investigate the excessive use of force in the center for three ports. with thousands of down the police closing in on all sides and angry protesters lashing out war cries and main street incivility became a battleground. was the cannons rubber bullets and tear gas to fight indiscriminately into the crowd many people were injured including a number of journalists are seizing spanish correspondent was among those caught in the chaos the policemen appears ok they was very aggressive with the people they started it all the people they don't make any arms with nothing and then suddenly being so big pain in my stomach and realized it needed some kind of effect of politicize the bullet and the kidney and then i started. the prudence of
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the riot police didn't come as a surprise to any of us that it was the scale of the operation that was such a shock. when the police dispersed the crowd as they were following me my friends with the song goal to kill us. have it in a thousand and seven protests they had also resulted in violence so police presence this time is even greater and just as. the violence all the more shocking even the age of many of the demonstrators. there's been some people the silver revolution and the older generation that families see in the crowd people struggling with life and high food prices in the aftermath worried relatives and friends searched the hospitals for missing people. we told them we came to point fifty million between twenty and thirty people died when we don't know where they are on country. and they won't give us any information telling us to ask the
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police the numbers of people injured or arrested of prefix string li hard to care. h. we know a lot of people who are well have been arrested in government giving us any information about that there are now international calls for the government to investigate violations of protestors human rights. and freedom of speech many protesters have paid a high price for trying to have their say and the other. i can't trust anyone anymore i'll never come to a protest rally again i just want to be safe and to lie yet traitor once again taking to the streets despite wednesday's violence people here refusing to be silenced. today's news now the president of the republic has died so. passed away on sunday morning
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hospital here at the helm of the country during its fight for sorenson from georgia and one in two thousand and eight. surrogate gap's came to a moscow hospital last week following surgery it was reported that the he had difficulties recovering from surgery and earlier today it was announced that he had died. was elected to the presidency of our cars here in two thousand and five he led the country throughout these years up to now and through its defining moments in two thousand and eight when the country four to war of independence against neighboring georgia it was a nice answer again but those are the countries when it did so so what now for the future of our well for the next three months his vice president will take over the country until elections are held and the country chooses its next president.
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so we're police are on high alert ahead of a rally against the arrest form a post. claiming that it he was captured on thursday after sixteen years on the run and is waiting to hear when he will be sent to the hague on genocide charges he's indicted for war crimes including the killing of almost eight thousand bosnian muslim men and on its cover there's over reports from belgrade reaction to his arrest has ranged from jubilance to outrage. official belgrade is called the capture of former bosnian gen up on luggage a great thing for their country that sentiment has been echoed by many european officials but with serbia sights set so firmly on the chance of a potential e.u. membership and the billions of dollars worth of grant money that could come with it it seems that they are overlooking the wishes and feelings of the serbian people not a single person we have spoken to here in belgrade have said that they believe arresting
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the former general is a good thing or necessary for serbia to come to terms with its past many calling this farce to say that the real criminal in this situation is current president but as for selling his people. believe he is the biggest clue will. he's a serbian with the serbian blood he's our man he's our general right we could study each visit paris shouldn't repeat what they deem. make the people to hike. the ear of the give to give him the right to create money you know what i mean so far belgrade has reacted quietly to the news of rocket launches arrest and potential extradition to the hague war crimes tribunal but a large rally is scheduled for later on tonight we are expecting thousands of people to gather outside the parliament building in the very heart of the serbian capital belgrade and of course looking back remembering previous rallies when
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a former leader of one project was arrested and extradited to the hague thousands of people took to the streets of the capital they are forced violently dispersed by riot police and many are fearing that this situation could repeat itself if if is in fact extradited to the hague thoughts as some experts believe the artist and this people on the disappointment that they have for their government. well actually keep them off the streets the thing is people have been so all disappointed about the outcomes of all these different demonstrations and unfortunately serbia that there's been lots of reasons for demonstrate over the years that the enthusiasm is dropping a little bit so i think that millions of people are actually are happy but they don't really trust anyone who actually calls them out to the street to demonstrate and they're also actually worried that the government by actually provoked them
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rust in order to make it easier so this may be the strength of russia more than it already is so for that reason it's hard to say the enthusiasm is there but there's a lot of risk a lot of mistrust you know floors opposition politicians originally official belgrade forbade any public gatherings following the news of the technologies arrest here and of course a repeat of the events of a few years ago when that out of the cottage was arrested and extradited to the hague the war crimes tribunals but it does seem that every action undertaken by official belgrade is aimed not at the people of this country but at those within the european union we do have the ability to open its doors for serbia but even with the arrest of rock on luggage and his potential extradition not everyone believes that serbia will finally get its dream e.u. membership. his arrest is another box take for serbia it's again it's membership to
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the european union and on the seven current affairs writer got its new panacea to the struggles. instead of applauding serbia for finally catching large you will see in the western media yet another orgy of serbia phobia reminding everybody of thread. a thousand serbian media more tightly controlled by the government today than they have ever been under milosz repeating in unison that the e.u. is some kind of panacea that will resolve the problems now if serbia does during the i think it will be the first time in history that a rat has turned on a sinking ship in the face of a narcotics epidemic russia has been upping the ante in its fight against drug trafficking and stricter laws and the public awareness campaigns are producing mixed results and that's not enough for some things before national ports on the
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loose it's justice and. it said all is fair in love and war and perhaps even more say in the war on drugs drugs that killed two point five million people every year cross the globe and almost three hundred fifty men women and youngsters every day in russia and some are fighting their own controversial battle against the threat tasers customers they arranged to meet alleged drug dealers and once you satisfy this suspect is a drug pusher they serve them a black mark and leave them red faced. people have to. look like people who've been afraid to go out because next time maybe they're more. these guys are not alone in rushing there and conventional methods of fighting against drugs their colleagues from the drug free city movement have been accused of
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torturing addicts after they've used handcuffs to force them to kick their habit they've also marks drug dealers houses to shame them in the community will go to the wall it is our uprising against the drug dealers do you think it is better to sit at home and watch how the drug dealers will be killing you we managed to unite our forces and declare war to the drug dealers. sociologists a mob just as occurs when people become disillusioned by official efforts but the public taking the law into its own hands is an unwelcome trend but i think there are a lot of enthusiastic striving to eradicate this horrible evil by any means possible of the women actions don't comply with the law the law is against them fish or we can eradicate this evil but only by legal methods there are over five million drug users in more than russia passed amounts of money has been blown on reducing drug demand and treating addicts
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a sadistic so just getting more and more gloomy. this is how some oscar activists a try. to stop the madness threaten the country with waterproof di they must do as they say will have to tell the public protest three weeks some a skeptical about their methods. even accuse them of all the goodies but the antidrug be delighted to argue their form of justice is worth it if it helps save at least one life. mary from r.t. . in a way this hour including a look at what's hot in the frozen ocean. divers discovering the creatures that thrive in the sugary season some of the planet's. traditionally the ghosts of the international monetary fund has always been a european but the four leading emerging economies brazil russia india and china have joined with south africa to say the net should cost y.
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that possible stress that developing countries should get a fair chance in was echoed by understanding that he spoke highly of the french finance minister christine legarde ten of the sea is bad or even members of the second for support to the head of as it stands for national. action for an exclusive interview you know. that god is a favorite son a matter of time before us and not play on the job means. he stated sure. it is very much a message of the developed countries and the european countries would like to maintain the status quo which is not necessarily for here and i think the changes you name have for have already started probably do not go far enough. well there are more today's international stories we're covering for you the south nato air strike in afghanistan all that are held on the province has left at least
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fourteen people dead we're told it was insurgents that instead two civilian homes were struck and cause an insurgent attack on the u.s. marine base in the region on saturday elsewhere a taliban suicide bombing in the northwest killed a senior police chief and five others including nato troops he's commander was on the leaders of the movement lines which brought against militants. yemen's president on the country's tribal chief of agreed a ceasefire after five days of clashes in the capital more than one hundred twenty . one battles began at the present sunday with used to sign a proposal by mediators who rank among this week's supply things don't like them and descend into civil war. as the pressure to go after months of demonstrations to widen an end to his rule. as a wirehead for japan's see many nuclear plants as
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a powerful typhoon heads its way in the next day or so and officials admit that the city is not fully prepared for heavy rain rains some reactor buildings are wide open that's what the storm might send it right here into the sea was a battle of the. league system now back on like. they were a trip to antartica diving into its icy sees you wouldn't be high on your to do list over summer it's all just in a morning's work sure thomas meets those who are looking around the dirt all in the name of science. a backwoods plunge into frigid enjoyed it waters certainly is not for the jelly but this crew is making this dive regular experience all in the name of science. the main purpose of our trip trying to talk to karl is to establish a foundation for monitoring different species living on the bottom of the ocean we
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are studying the distribution of animals that live there and we are studying their nature each day during the short summer season as crew makes multiple trips out to sea where they get a firsthand look at what's below the surface. if you trace one in the same biological community scritches from a depth of five it's almost fifty metres there are certain variations but mostly the picture is the same it's impossible to say anything now it's too early to draw any conclusions we've got too little information just one sectional view working out of the coastal waters of antarctica will not only help scientists identify the types of animals living here but by coming back over time they can study subtle changes in the environment and how the animals are affected by those changes and in three to five years we will repeat our data collection and we can establish whether there have been any changes some animals might have gone and others me have replaced them and we can establish why maybe there are some climatic changes that lead to changes among the populations so it will indicate whether it's got colder
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or warmer here what they come up with can at times seem a bit questionable if not simply messy while other times their trash is quite clear but in all cases important to their research so what is blog and ships to russia what has been catalogued and there are still sometimes new discoveries are made constantly what i'm cataloguing many new types of muscles my colleagues are doing the same we're always finding new and absolutely unknown species proving that there's still much more work to be done in one of the world's coldest ecosystems in antarctica john thomas forty. well that show one's on tartan expedition reports online for you to watch twenty four hours a day and r.t. dot com has my husband got there for you this sunday russia will soon be getting fred on the table again with the new round of world green exports and weeks recess what next also. for the west came easter sunday marks the
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anniversary of an american presence on the reagans and not and said yes it's not about how transatlantic bridges were built i thought some dots cut. by the sports news with andrew farmer later this hour the controversy continues at one football's governing body as a candidate for the top job pulls out of the running but the stuff of headlines next interesting.
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from. more than a mile. in one of the most extreme environments on the plumbers this is charge of up and people have to be aware that they're far away from civilization sean paul is discovers full of make sense articles so special and attractive from many of the wildlife. and the flood zone.
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