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he in the overseas market is was a domestic market and is it all about stamping out competition in terms of the russian market i don't think it's about stomping out competition i think you know the basis for a low cost airline is that you grow when you market to encourage people to go from coaches and from trains on to planes so i also i would say to be charitable it's about growing the market as a consumer if i'm going to buy a ticket and i see that era florida offering a certain price their new budget airline offering another much lower price i'm going to go for the lower price here is still a hard concept to understand if you think that the brand of araf lot could be damaged as a result i think it's risky are you are you also sure the brand would be dumb ridged but you're right to raise the question because we've seen i don't know how many fifty sixty seventy examples of foodservice airlines trying to set up low cost airlines. only a handful of been successful because what normally happens is that a low cost airline becomes too successful and it cannibalizes the parent company.
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prime example would be british airways. which we saw fifty years ago but you know there are numerous examples and i think this is the real challenge that arafat will have to face how do they give room for the low cost airline to develop and be successful but not give up their call box so there's a lot that's a challenge that but they will definitely help to to overcome what i think at the end of the day the anywhere now in all of this can be the conceit of us absolutely for all of us that work out thank you very much in body of your time today and you prime just a muscle the time we've got to venture capital for this week thank you very much indeed for oil company i'll be back same place same time and next sunday so i'll see that time.
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i got a big question for you how stupid can stupid terrorist paranoia get according to four progressives dot com the texas department of public safety demanded that any women entering the state senate hand over any tampons or pads before entering wow so why would they do this are they really that scared that some terrorists are playing a sneak a bomb into the place at any cost according to news that yahoo dot com the official reason is that they're afraid of people using projectiles as a form of protest against a law that would really restrict abortions oh well no i kind of see where you abortion is an issue that people really get furious over now it kind of all makes sense but wait wait wait wait what's that they're afraid of projectiles but people with guns were allowed to take them into the senate are you kidding me i think the second amendment does a lot more good than harm by i think it goes without saying that for women to concealed carry their hygiene items they should need a permit or permission from anyone but that's just my opinion.
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it's coming up to ten to five here in moscow you with. this week molly so it's first election since last year's coup that plunged the country into civil war no contender managed to win the vote out right in the two main rivals will now face each other in a runoff the eventual winner will have his hands full though dealing with the consequences of religious and ethnic conflict which is dividing the country. went to mali to find out whether the war is really over. here and then over the country the walls and billboards tell the story of the conflict when m.l.a. took over this part of the country on every road sign they wrote welcome to free as
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i wired somewhere you can still read it then painted their symbols there is no god except in arabic like letters in a white circle the modern flag appeared after the governmental forces together with the french army liberated this area the fragile peace is now being carefully protected checkpoints cover the region's main routes to filter all those passing through the stakes so high memories are still fresh in people's minds from the days when religious radicals took over the country's north spreading the extremist laws if you come to the real like this do you had this bit your basic at least sixty times if you are married they take you to your husband and make him buy and they throw you extremists would impose strict rules of modesty on these women without cross the niger river to go to college or the first to be let in mali is north to openly supports the islamists when they first came and provided them with fighters
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try to find a family whose children joint there. and unkind or affiliated group appeared in mali's north last year and began coordinating with the rebellion of the indigenous african tribal to our regs who sought independence but they soon began infighting after rediculus started imposing sharia law why did they come here in the first place people in this area are very poor this is why we bring in some serve for women and some sweets for kids we visited the chief of the village first the one hundred fifteen year old man says one part of the village strongly supported. al qaida divisions are very close hold interpret. to reach them we cross a dried river the soil in mali is north is far from fertile the land is now. generous to people farm and here we get to a female part of the village in the first house we come across what looks like a women's club the ladies here differ from those who make it on the other side of
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the river when we cover ourselves because this is our tradition our religious tradition we protect our whole bodies to talk with men we go to a male part of the village if they brought weapons and we didn't have a choice but to a big one man confesses his teenage son was inspired by outsiders before he was brought to mali in jail longer they behaved in a dignified manner were never involved in looting but they showed respect to the koran but also they had money that looks very attractive to poor people like us. if the government provides local people with jobs would be less vulnerable and more immune to the islamists we'd speeches or would you please explain who are these people and from where they come they're not from here but we don't know their nationalities we repeat the question to the mayor of gown one of the biggest cities in mali's north and the percent of deadly clashes during the crisis who are now.
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in as he came from afghanistan algeria mauritania but they spent eleven months here and they recruited a lot of of course. this is the conflict now over. the conflict madame has started. but it's far from over when our way back a sense storm begins clouds of dust covered villages and cities peace in this region seems to be as trendy and as blue skies on a sunny day you may think it will remain the way tease for some time but you can never be sure. from mali. the world's biggest financial institutions are poor in billions of euros into the greek economy but the amount it needs to survive keeps increasing the debt ridden country is looking at a funding shortfall of nearly eleven billion euros according to the international monetary fund while the latest tranche of almost six billion has already cost
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thousands of public sector jobs a large share of the installment is funded by the eurozone and the european central bank the international monetary fund is contributing one point eight billion in return athens has to fire four thousand civil servants by the end of the year twenty five thousand more must be redeployed and far from being a medicine the bailout funds are actually ruining greece according to expert patrick young greece was never going to survive as long as it was in bailout mode because the difficulty is that you know throwing vodka at alcoholics just tends to make them more alcoholic and it doesn't affect them and improve their overall condition really what greece is always needed to do was to leave the euro and declare bankruptcy it's the only way that it can feasibly restructure what's going on instead what we have is this absolutely maybe arkell situation where in order to manage to stay in the euro we have a series of political forces in western europe who are desperate not to see their
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lawyers the political experiment failed and therefore greece has been left just like cyprus just like other countries that have received bailouts like ireland they are being sacrificed the altar of a ludicrous national political statement or supra national political statement. the harsh austerity policies implemented by the greek government may not say much economic return but they have had a very real impact on thousands of people's lives many of those out of work find themselves entering into a downward spiral in some cases ending in extreme poverty and substance abuse and authorities are opting for a radical way to deal with the fallout. as the story. used to be out of work now he's still unemployed but also on heroin is homeless and has aids he's already trying chances of getting a job have vanished completely. alone that some start using because they're angry
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at life no work no money for the same reasons many decided to start selling drugs and up using the needle themselves. every day drugs rock the lives of new people with just one many thought they'd hit rock bottom it's very cheap he can find them . and as far as i'm concerned is the worst thing i've learned so far. the leaders hit on the greek drug market is making even the most experienced junkies shiver and with a price tag starting from just two year old produce is becoming increasingly widespread in the crisis hit me shit together with heroin they're now on the key engines behind the spread of a job in factions every day n.g.o.s go into the field to trying to stop the virus spreading so a drug user spots in one of the poorest districts of athens were asked not to film outside in order not to frustrate anyone since it's morning though and clearly many
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users still haven't taken the first dose of the dea but here the procedure is quite simple the social workers collecting syringes and distribute these alcohol wipes some fresh water and syringes for the users to inject just as we thought being on the streets. this is low as a drug addict can get we want to investigate this the greed government's radical approach to tackle what's seen as a scourge on society by forcing addicts off the streets and holding them along with prostitutes and illegal immigrants and special detention centers like this facility where up to five thousand people are believed to be kept hidden from the eyes of the public or at one of these camps outside of athens to the amount of security here is a really impressive several lines of gates the wire and lots of security guards in fact one of them has already asked us to leave so we don't we have that much time to film not much time at all we had to stop filming since our local producer told us we were risking our documents and footage to be taken away i did manage to grab
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a couple of more shots from my phone looks familiar. to. disappoint fierce criticism from human rights organizations greek officials say the populations of these guantanamo lookalikes me soon double and that they should be viewed as a model for the rest of europe you go to school of athens greece. will have the headlines and more news in a couple of minutes. that judges a sense on the side. that killed in the streets. that women are kidnapped and converted to islam by force will there be another layer of mussels from the culture christians of egypt to the cross touches mussulmans future
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victims. the way of the cross. right from the sea. first trip. and i think that you're. honoring foreigners twitter. and instagram. to be in the no movement on law. i would rather as questions for people in positions of power instead of speaking on
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their behalf and that's why you can find my show larry king now right here on our t.v. question more. political . goals. last. good street. with. police. believe good. luck.
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out. there at least. i. think. the week's main headlines in a private bradley manning faces more than one hundred thirty years in prison after being found guilty of the biggest leak in u.s. history. while fellow whistleblower edward snowden breaks his cover spending his first days in russian territory after receiving long awaited paperwork.


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