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france threatens to pull out of the shiny and travel zone unless tougher border powers are granted within the e.u. initiative critics say undermines the bloke's principle of european unity. in egypt thousands of businesses are expected to descend on time square for the third friday in a rally they say in the holding revolution but many feel the fight for democracy has been replaced by a scramble for power. also the arrests of more than eighty university students friday against jewish hikes in canada warnings that police tactics will only drive discontent and fuel national protests. across the father of the former security officer alexander litvinenko who died in london of radioactive poisoning tells r.t. he was responsible for his son's murder.
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you're watching r t a very warm welcome to. france talks tough and either europe tackles in legal immigration or paris pulls out of the travels that according to president nicolas sarkozy stance has already caused a stir among some members with belgium saying french electoral concerns are now playing a bigger role there so because he is facing a hard fight in the presidential runoff vote a week on sunday. reports. they say it's better to travel than to arrive but for european unity the ride has been bumpy to say the least and where could it be headed. the eurozone will implode a considerable number of economist admit when the french of foreign that the eurozone is already dead it will collapse.
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so says the candidate who surprised france by securing almost a fifth of the votes in round one of their presidential race all the other candidates without exception regard the european union as part of the solution or is the main solution she has identified in her campaign the fact that it's actually the cause of the problems much of the french press but also completely wedded to the right project i cannot conceive of a foreign policy or domestic policy which is deeply. rooted in the whole european project one that finds itself in ever more shaky ground the should get agreement one of european integration sacred cows allowing border free travel across the e.u. is under fire. germany and france want member states to have the option to bring back those internal borders for thirty day period if there is
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a threat to security and public order there's a danger and more and more people are also going to start attacking all the good aspects of europe and divisions within the union don't end there amnesty international's recent report documents examples of prejudice in the block against muslims in education and employment by jesus was once a very much on the fringe of the through a political support from going on over being really mainstream in the right so to me it was sort of sort of someone on the left would kind of see that people are more racist so to me not to but there has been some sort of. reuther or wider or fortunately for people to express the hate and through and through in the region to violent behavior so where does that leave europe even the people who are against this kind of europe and against the idea say they want a different kind of europe the e.u. may be trying to say in the past it's to achieve its vision and version of fear of
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the obstacles to getting bigger from voters rallying behind anti brussels candidates to oppose also putting back border controls some e.u. leaders some dismiss them as populist threats but the question is are they merely still threats or is this growing resistance already the tip of an iceberg tell us are still here r t brussels. skepticism a major issue in the french presidential election member states nervously awaiting the outcome of the vote website. we're asking you today the main challenge for the next. spot you say the main task for the u.s. and that of course of you think the most difficult task kickstarting. rest of it so we're equally split between them some see the biggest challenges facing the tension of a nation in foreign. cairo's
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tahrir square will fill with anger again on friday as egyptian is lists of vent their frustrations towards the country's current military rulers however the same people who are condemning the current leaders for failing the demands of the revolution themselves stand accused of trying to monopolize power the center for three ports many egyptians the ongoing political wrangling is pushing democracy to the sidelines. the protests nation after the revolution toppled president barack gyptian siv continued to use people power as a way to force change the sights and sounds of protestors on cairo's tahrir square have become a familiar one more than a good since president back without the from power with presidential elections just around the corner and the activities here have once again taken center stage but if the last years taught us anything is a revolution alone is not a democracy make this why the upcoming elections appraising so important.
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as a discussion group focused on a post arab spring egypt we met a former member of mubarak's regime now a prominent speaker here in egypt the revolution was a must be it's a great action but unfortunately after we have a lot of problems and the challenges we have with the stairs and do we have to reach a vision for. the not everyone will say positive one man asked the panel how they'd feel about the outcome if they'd been one of the young revolutionaries there's an awkward pause but he's not given a clear answer. on forces and the. administration . of. lives in february. eleventh. is a protection food revolution. we will give the people what you want we'll give you
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. freedom we'll give you a democracy he told us of the frustration of many people who turned out to tahrir but now feel they've been left represented with a new struggle for power creating many of the regimes old guard what is a democracy is the. source of course is a common complaint. an equally common answer. but the revolutionary me to its homes can last indefinitely i can see a second wave of lucia but we will expect to know waves of. people who are testing against certain actions and this is the mcchrystal everywhere i'm sure. they would realize that they should have a different way more realistic to understand that and that is this region it's not only slogans or shoutings it's the economy the culture and the politics at the end
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of the thing i us i'm a single thirty in underestimating people has seen regimes across the arab world full now with the announcement of the list of candidates attention turns to the policies as they see might become the next president they'll need to be careful not to allow power to turn out the voices of face who are determined that this time they'll be heard i think we will. get right to choice that if i find the right the right way and. the evolution and this is. this thing. and then where. and then the revolution since i don't know. surface r.t. kyra. later today people of ellen his guests to discuss the oil and power driven
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conflict between sudan and south sudan have seen as the risky to fanatic game played by one of their leaders has threatened to trickle up more. well i think some of care is playing a very dangerous diplomatic strategy here i think is trying to appeal to the international community to show that is a states man to show that he can get a lot of support and show that he's not the aggressor as the victim and i think on the other hand. has been who has not really supported by the west specifically is seen as the aggressor and i think is actually playing on this game plan which is why i think he he went into hadley there and if we must remember it was the south of twenty to the north. of course the rest that we're seeing now is history in the . months of protests in canada boiled over castro students clashed with riot police chief
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mission hike. was. a spray along with other place tactics have resulted in multiple injuries since movement began more than two months ago the government has proposed a tuition increase for the next five minutes once the conscientious but down a way students again the streets to host their frustrations six to demonstrations and since. journalist i know there's no science behind the policing and strengthen the students because. there were relatively minor incidents on our window was broken and then some very close battle lies but the police is using that as a pretext to conduct massive repression and usually the ones who will break your window or not the ones who get caught the police those that have the run faster than the police the ones who get caught there are peaceful protesters and people
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are becoming infuriated by the behavior of the police to where it's peaceful protesters fueling the fire it definitely is well. this has profound the ramifications people are very unhappy about the way their political elites are behaving and the feel that the government is not serving the people at all it's only serving big financial interests this is all those are all very repressive myth and it's only going to fuel more and more and more people are going to join this eventually. what's ahead for you this hour on r.t. . russia and china conclude that major joint military drills we look at their significance in the wake of similar war games conducted by the u.s. . last new cyber security act clears a major hurdle in the u.s. as critics question who the move is meant to protect and how father government will
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go to uphold it. the father of alexander litvinenko the former russian security officer who died of radioactive poisoning in london in two thousand and six says he knows who's behind his son's death he spent forty shortly before british lie detector experts concluded that scotland yard's main suspect in the alleged russian and he undertook a boy was not guilty a correspondent kathleen koch over has more now on the case but so ties between moscow and london plummet to a new low. the promise i'm still not entirely clear you how can you come here and bang the drum for british business while the suspected killer of alexander litvinenko is being protected by the russian state this issue hasn't been pock the fact is that the two governments don't agree and the poor me i would like to remind you that article sixty one of the russian constitution says a russian citizen cannot be extradited to a foreign state for legal proceedings and it will never happen to anyone polonium
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can poison a man and relations between two countries in two thousand and six former russian spy and fierce cramond critic aleksandr litvinenko was poisoned with polonium in a top london hotel briton accuses russian state duma deputy andrey lugovoy of being behind the marder and wants him extradited russia says there are a serious gaps in the case one of the most scandalous killings in recent decades the poisoning of former epis b. officer alexander litvinenko in london remains a permanent fixture in relations between russia and the u.k. and while diplomas struggle to start a thaw it's a man living in this tiny italian town whose shocking revelations could bring the two sides closer together six years after his son was killed seventy three year old while the litvinenko says it's time to speak out because i should be used as
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a witness for alexander died in my arms he wrote important information on a tissue as he died because. you understand through my gesture the room was bugged he didn't want anybody to hear and what was on the tissue when the he wrote to the murder was and the rest are reveal it only in court as up with the u.k. like the truth. it will live the court is objective. and russia. it is even more. the only accusation up to now from alexander litvinenko was that putin ordered the poisoning when you're. this statement revealed after he died it never existed until the very last moment i was there and sasha believed he would recover also he hardly spoke any english and the letter was written in impeccable poetic english someone did it for him before now
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vulture was in line with the victims close circle all point the finger at former f.s.b. officer saying he poured polonium in the victim's t. look avoid didn't kill my son to kill with polonium you need two to three grains that fits in a thimble but large quantities were scattered everywhere it was done on purpose and lugovoy was used as a fall guy when i read it to say this to look upward directly if we call him right now i will happily. the force of the day if you knew me for all the bad things that i said about you i hope you can forgive me you realize of course what sort of people we're dealing with here can you explain to our viewers what exactly you are apologizing for. a slander andrés not guilty these guys have nothing to do with this they were in danger too because
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the polonium was scattered on them as well. and you're a lawyer must meet me do you understand in person. thank you i'm ready to bring walter to court new hearings in london stanton several months important secret documents will have to be revealed by m i six and m i five arena outram the court with her revelations and walter is doing the same they have no choice soon they'll be no more secrets left alive to promises to reveal more secrets in court and makes it clear his son's once close circle of friends won't like them. why didn't you disclose the information to them because if i had do you think i would be sitting here today talking to you if you didn't agree our t.v. montem at channel. remember we have plenty more in store for you twenty four seven at r.t. dot com here's what we have lined up there right now just
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a doomsday or signs of spring bloggers are going. green cloud of pollen. of the russian capital pictures on our website. also the commercial that caused the diplomatic row and adverted edges dutchwoman to stop husbands from twenty twelve. and ukraine find out why. today. again flared up. these are the images the world. trade canada. operation.
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well look. like it's technology innovation all the latest developments from around russia we've got the huge earth covered. the yellow sea has become an area of international focus as russia and china continue to stage military maneuvers it comes right after the u.s. and philippines conducted joint war games in disputed waters not far from the chinese coast raising tensions with beijing parties that has put off ski has been following developments. i'm standing on board the russian destroyer dad we've all been a grad up there just completed its mission as part of joint russian chinese maneuvers
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in the yellow sea the whole russian convoy for a large warships on to support together with the chinese convoy of about twenty warships several thousand sailors took part in the maneuvers there is a deeper meaning of course besides the obvious advantages of performing a large scale joint mabel mission these exercises have given more school in beijing and chance to fly their flags in the asia pacific where the growing presence of the u.s. navy has recently become. china and russia this time the drills concluded with target practice which was by far the most impressive part of the whole five hour crew was given special permission to film and detail what was happening. so the ship can and at least two times the field guns were fired almost instantly upon the target detected by sonars all these weapons have proven extremely useful
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in the gulf of aden where the middle been a ground up has guarded civilian convoys we're told that it usually only takes the you warning shots before the pirate in fear but now at the international headlines medical students in the capital of health crucifixions in a protest having used all extending a doctor's work daylight. this quarter of the resignation of the nation's health minister had signs of it not demonstrations for months by doctors which has forced the closure of several public hospitals in the past few weeks. tens of thousands of norwegians gathered cross the country to sing a children's song in a protest directed against us murderer and this brave it in his testimony last week said the one hundred seventy seven children of the rainbow is being used to brainwash the nation's youth the song is
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a norwegian version of american folk to rainbow race graphics lack of remorse for killing seventy seven people in the bomb and gun attack last july brought leaders together in defiance of his actions. dropping a class without it affecting your academic record is music to college students is so much a new piano drop is held that massachusetts institute of technology to celebrate and get it prime deadline i should say to ditch a subject. this year the musical mash up featured a second piano line for arizona key note says that only other traditionally instance tremendously grand students raced to grab a piece of it with a souvenir. and one hundred seventy. the controversial cyber security act in an assist but is now a step closer to becoming law for the u.s. congress approval process now heads to the senate although the white house has
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already threatened to veto the bill internet users criticize the proposal accusing it of breaching people's privacy what is going to chicken the reports now from washington. cisco would make it legal for service providers like google microsoft facebook to funnel private communications and other user related information to u.s. authorities it would provide the government with unhindered access to private correspondence of every american and mind you it's not just the americans using their services we're talking about your net users from all over the world so that would be done in the name of cyber security they called it cyber intelligence sharing and protection act critics argue who does protect is those providers the likes of microsoft google and others and they are strongly lobbying for the law because analysts say it's not like the companies are not sharing information with u.s. authorities already and your correspondence cannot be monitored it can't but under existing laws the companies can still be liable for sharing private information of their customers so experts say the companies want legal protection for what they're
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already doing that's what the proposed law is about sopa was a different story for them service providers heavily lobbied against it because it would hit their businesses it would easily allow to shut down you tube for example they holds tons of copyrighted material anyway so paul was killed in congress largely because of the huge awareness campaign launched by internet service providers but from consumer's point of view whether it's sold or cispa it's seen as a blatant encroachments on privacy and freedoms so who would have given unprecedented tools to shut down websites cisco would allow to effectively legalize the big brother on the web again it's not as if private correspondence is not being monitored already but would cispa americans would be stripped of their last legal means to protect their privacy on the web. project when it's course our hope is is this knowledge or married there is more bad news for europe. i care i mean do i ever have any good news in the more. europe i don't well this time there is another
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downgrade and ratings agency standard and poor's has lowered the credit rating of spain sued. triple b. plus now what's more it placed spain on a negative outlook which means there is a risk of further downgrades in the future and the agency estimates the spanish economy will shrink by one and a half percent this year and that the country may have to take on more debt to support its banking sector. well here in russia russians are spending more money than before and fact the economic ministry says that they save seven percent more of their income as of march and that's the lowest level in the last three years people sponsored around three percent more than earned in the first quarter and more loans however analysts do say that might need to tighten their belts once again as inflation is expected to grow later in the year. but
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a second look at the currencies that would go the euro is still losing that against the dollar and we have updated figures for the ruble now and its leaders and against both major currencies if we take a look at markets there are a mix this hour as the nikkei closed in the red point of four percent lower and basically investors there are reacting to china announced that it will expand its asset purchase program by sixty billion dollars this should have turned it around for the next day that didn't happen in hong kong we have investors and react in earnings reports by technology and a resource that may just as we can see its point two percent higher this hour and here in russia the markets have a just opens and they are extending to thursday's losses investors are struggling to shake off negative economic data from both europe and the u.s. well in other news russia's investment investment firm male adult are you group has released some upbeat results and its revenues rose forty three percent in the first
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quarter of the year which was above expectations and the company which by the way owns a little over two percent and facebook also said that it's last year's and that one hundred fifty eight percent. so not all of that gets it as you can see there. thanks for that update. in a few minutes we'll bring you all you can see in doing the russian capital is coming your way over to recount. i had lots.
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