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with germany still without a government setting up a temporary fix just to keep parliament ticking over we look at how the french president might seize the chance to become the kingpin. to head. the high security facility from which russia's most dangerous criminals can never escape. unique access to see what life is like inside the country's toughest prison it is. some of the country's worst maniacs. terrorists and he would have. held. up saudi officials or seem to visit a synagogue in what's being seen as another sign that saudi arabia and israel once bitter rivals might be maneuvering to secure a regional power position. just
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after paulo ten pm in melbourne two in the afternoon here in moscow this friday november the twenty fourth time you know neal welcome to the program our top story this hour germany's role as the main player is looking shaky squabbling over coalition terms continues to leave the country without a functioning government for a special puddles being set up just so that parliament can keep working but it's taking berlin's attention away from its power position at brussels top table and not could mean opportunities for others also europe correspondent thanks don. it's not often in the game of cards that a joke beats a queen but in the game of power poker
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a money call may be trying to do just last and use. coal is the use de facto leader not so long ago this would have been unthinkable as uncle merkel was proclaimed foreign white as the leader of the free world. the chancellor's attention focused firmly on her failure to form a government following the breakdown of coalition talks means that crown looks decidedly steady and. steps forward the french president is one of the youngest leaders in the world at thirty nine and he comes with some ambitious plans on how
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he says the european union needs to change. i want a true european asylum office to be created we should progressively establish a european border police. a budget can only go hand in hand with strong political leadership led by a common finance minister europe must have a joint intervention force a common defense budget and a joint doctrine of action his plans are expansive and would result in more powers going to brussels germany isn't on side with all of his ideas but should that be a shift in the power dynamic between the two countries that might not matter at all france at the helm of europe exercising its dominance certainly rings a bell if you look back through the history books lynn and once welcomed another young french leader who had big ideas on how to change europe peter all of a r.t. berlin. widely seen as another win for president mccraw is not the london based
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european banking authority will move to paris when britain exits the bloc political philosopher tom brooks from durham law school sais that if mccrone strengthens his hand up the e.u. breaks it talks will get a whole lot tougher. with the problems that may's been having at home with the week minority government we look across to europe with merkel having trouble other problems with other european countries looking strong it's not a good time to want to to go she new things with europe when europe has many other things on its plate the real problem here the real headache for the british and theresa may with mccrone is that mccrone ran on a platform of being very pro european and he's very much euro filed support to greater coordination of europe europe coming closer together so i think again bad news for the prime minister with certainty hanging over our position and
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a possible snap election you can watch sophie shevardnadze later today go head to head with the deputy leader of the alternative for germany party which made on preceded gains at the expense all of the german chancellor she believes merkel doesn't have the country's best interests at heart. any other solution almost would be better than merkel so there's no reason to stick to her because she has damaged our country in a way no one ever did it i don't want to have even germany influencing even there the european union with the visions of our chancellor we want to have someone in place who has visions who wants to change the this system of the european union how it works how it functions and then take a more responsible role she manages power this is what she is doing but she has not the interest of the country in her mind no one no one knows what these what she's thinking she's not coming with a vision she has not a vision for the country she's not taking any decision she's not sticking to values
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she has not a program for her far country the only program she has is the program to save her political power that's all. a special report and a unique look inside one of the most highly secured locations in the world rushes that block dolphin prison bars as some of the country's most dangerous and violent criminals. of a facility is first mentioned in history books back in the eighteenth century today it holds hundreds have been mates and is known for its brutal rules or to broadcast
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the it was given exclusive access to the site. in this provincial town at the edge of siberia is a prison but it's no ordinary prison this was city has spawned legends meets scandals and investigations the mere sight of this statue has broken the most so lists butchers the black doll thing russia's highest security prison it is here that some of the country's worst maniacs serial killers terrorists and even cannibals held in this cell a man who raped a fourteen for minors and killed five children aged seven to eleven some of the people in this prison will never be allowed out so we dread for the things that they've done and then the man in a drunken killing frenzy killed six of his friends in this cell
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a murderer killed eleven people. seven hundred inmates sentenced to life between them they've killed almost four thousand people everything is procedural everything intended to minimize risk from sleeping schedules to how inmates are a school that bend to the waist and blindfolded so they can't memorize the prisons layout. it may seem excessive humiliating even but do not forget what these people did to be here to that end every cell door has a description of the inmates crimes any sympathy the guards might feel disappears immediately. you ask me if i do it again i've thought about it it would have been better if i died with them i probably wouldn't have done it it
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is better to die than sacrifice others eagle was just over twenty when he and his father took on a rival gang after killing their enemies they attempted to get rid of witnesses ordinary civilians in a restaurant seven dead eight injured both he and his father and castrated here do see each other sometimes when he fell ill they transferred me to help him for a while the most important thing is to avoid becoming him bitted it is so easy to turn into an animal here but staying human that's harder that's why we try both with each other and with the administration to stay human some say a life sentence is worse than the death penalty. i've been here for seventeen years and i've never heard anyone say they don't regret it or they'd kill more i'm sorry but that's nonsense. and i regret it everything is lost the years go by your health worsens everything passes by i think there are
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a few people left in here who think they did the right thing they are show you that you were wrong totally wrong you can't do that. dimitri saluted his family his father his mother and his brother he was twenty now he's forty five. because we watch t.v. we see people who have committed two or three murders get sentenced to seventeen or nineteen years that isn't so terrible yes we are guilty before the law yes we are guilty before the public but if they're left out after twenty years why are there fraid of letting us out who in their fifty's could be bothered to do anything all they would want is a normal life here the difference is that life sentences are mostly reserved for crimes of such brutality that they escape reason for individuals deemed a permanent danger to society one inmate released early from the black dolphin
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committed the murder on the very train that was taking him home most will never see release. inmates can pick where to work in the wood shop or on the suing machines they earn money with which they can buy extra food personal items make calls and pay compensation to their victims they even have visits four times a year with one last thing up to three days i think that. if you take the period when we came into solvent and compare it to know the conditions are entirely different now we have work a particular self-improvement access to the media. prisoners now have special terminals where they could review their cases complain about abuse or apply for work they have a library a small church which was built and painted by the inmates themselves i was that
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wasn't even the walls have to be painted in light colors so that they lessen the psychological stress on and mates and staff they can also take walks sort of. the exercise yard isn't anything to write home about but every prisoner has the right this bend and now or another are here every day walking around exercising or just sitting still so long as they don't mind being watched a far cry from the infamous hell hole described a decade ago but control is total god's check on everyone every fifteen minutes in cell cameras and monitored twenty four seven and there's three doors to every cell this is a cell for those sentenced to life it's locked with
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a full metal door a cage door and another one for complete security we essentially have a cell within a cell it's easy to see why no one has ever escaped from the black dolphin and for most the uni sure way out is in a coffin or i guess the of see from solar let's russia. the israeli prime minister has opened up about the country's covert operations with a number of arab nations and said tell of eva's seeking to expand its work practice corporation with arab countries is usually covert i believe that this relations will continue to develop and that they will be a fruit for the expansion of the peace orbit however some of the cooperation doesn't seem that covert after all in a perhaps symbolic public display to saudi officials have been seen visiting a synagogue in parlous with the media calling it
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a nod to israel. well it comes after the israeli defense forces chief said his nation was ready to share intelligence on iran with saudi arabia. looks into why tell of even the riyadh could be willing to overlook their differences. israel has been a thorn in the side of a number of middle eastern states for what feels like forever singled out and attacked it was just a fact of life. we are freezing all the forms and levels of communication between the israeli enemy and any arab countries while until israel is going ahead with its crimes against the arab people of palestine and lebanon taking advantage of the silence of countries worldwide. yes should i let the world is witnessing the reality and the nature of israeli occupation the cruelty and barbarism of this race is regime committing war crimes and crimes against humanity just a few years ago the idea of saudi arabia and israel getting into bed together would have been shocking to say the least but now they look to be on the same page or the
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times they are changing and whispers of growing ties between israel and the arab world are getting louder respect the other side's wish when ties are developing whether it's we saudi arabia or with other arab countries we are willing to exchange information with moderate arab countries including intelligence information there are many common interests between us. a high ranking israeli military official has even been quoted as saying that he agreed with every word his saudi counterpart said at a conference in d.c. adding he felt like they could have been his own words being read by the saudi chief now there is a clear reason for this shift remember the old adage of the enemy of my enemy is my friend i think this is a wake up call for everyone when israelis and arabs and it's all the arabs and israel i want to agree on one thing. people should pay attention we should stop the syrian takeover so the motivating factor for these are likely bedfellows is iran's
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and the fear of tehran's growing influence in the region is so strong that it has even elbowed aside the question of palestine it's quite obvious that the saudis would consider today that the major threat in the area is the iranian and that's why they were looking for any allies in the in the area also to be against iran in this matter differently that was absolutely israel which we're launching a huge campaign since ages since years against iran so there will be a kind of closeness between israel and saudi arabia thinking both that the major enemy in the region is iran and that's why we believe that you know this i would these are willing to negotiate even the arab initiative to start with the normalization with israel even before they are addressing the palestinian question and this is absolutely is not acceptable iran has even tried to bring palestine back into focus today the issue of palestine is the primary issue within the muslim
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world while it seems not anymore. the arjun telling navy seabees that a short violin sign was detected near the last known location of one of its submarines in the south atlantic believed to be an explosion the sub has now been missing for over a week with numerous countries helping in the search operation. russia is among those hoping to recover the forty four missing crew members and a central research ship equipped with deep seen fit. the situation is critical and we're guessing i'm more worried about it well today's
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a seven day that submarine has an oxygen supply. sider going to annie and we know that they will return. where he can and has some devious shoppers plan to make off with so he's told. our.
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global war hawks sell you on the idea that dropping bombs brings police to the chicken hawks forcing you to fight the battles that still. produce oxford to tell you the bottom off the bad guys and tell me you are not cool enough to buy their product. all the hawks that we along with all the walking. twenty minutes into the program welcome back four russian athletes are facing more extensive bombs based on an earlier suspension by the international olympic committee the international bobsleigh and skeleton federation also one hundred temporary bans in all competitions not just the olympics the i.o.c.
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how it already impose lifetime bans on the four libyans after it said they were part of an alleged state sponsored doping scheme in russia two of them were also stripped of the medals not they one of the twenty fourteen winter games one of the disqualified outlets told us she feels is politically motivated. because i knew. i got a call from an unknown number who asked me to comment on the i.o.c. decision i told him that i knew nothing about this no one told me i was completely shocked by this news it's very painful i just wanted to shout trying to prove that i'm not guilty i still can't believe it this is very sad can you just imagine a lifetime ban you know of those who do intentionally we're going to court and found guilty and disqualified come back later to the sport and i'm disqualified from life and for nothing i don't understand this decision at all there is no evidence i don't know how they are going to prove it and why their decision is
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based on some man's words and on some expertise they should have made such decisions individually but they threw us all together it seems like the already made the decision a long time ago and all these sessions are just a formality it looks like politics is involved in the decision making. muslim girls who were a huge job in england's primary schools are to be arsed why they're wearing the religious head scarves it's led to an angry reaction from persons to the scribe the education watchdogs movers are wrong and dangerous for some of the pupils themselves it's a question of choice well self-confidence. i am a ten year old british four muslim guy who chose to wear the hijab and know that when you look at me you instantly see him that my parents forced me to read that you could not be more wrong you are doing that it's ruining my confidence and self-esteem is the young girl in the confidence of many other little. school inspectors see the moves about monitoring whether wearing might be interpreted as
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the sexualization of young girls and warns that parents should speak of it if they're concerned about fundamentalist groups influencing school policy. this law make human rights campaigner that we spoke to see children's clothes are not the government's business. this is something that should be a free choice between the parents and the children and it should be something personal and it's not for the state to intervene in such an issue well it's not necessarily them being made to wear it sometimes it's many girls choice choices i have young girls in my family who chose to wear the headscarf at the age of eight or nine i personally see this this is another reason for for institutional islam a phobia where where really. as a muslim community first we heard about trojan horse now we're hearing about muslim young women being targeted when is this going to stop when are we just going to be accepted as being british as being part of this society being allowed to the
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freedom to practice our faith as long as we're not harming the other individuals. one of the industry's busiest days of the year is seeing employees looking to cash in as well to help get your hands on some of the best deals a black friday has to offer some employees in the us have been selling off their uniforms to help shoppers skip the queues on the checkout. you. know with me it was. before.
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it was confirmed by police in london last week that the gren felt tower fire claimed seventy one lives devastating images of the blaze horrified the world and
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many rally to support victims' families and those left homeless in the shadow of the ruins stars from the worlds of showbiz and sport played out a charity football match in front of a sellout crowd r.t. stunned cullimore took to the pitch in his show today he talks to the other star players. if the if i can. give up i. don't. think i should. rather good and i always lose on penalties so that's nothing new for me. it was important to me that we didn't forget and for the survivors over there i want to make sure they had a family here we community is a chance for us to show to see to it which i mean it's also a chance for us to raise up a few quid to help them you know they need it you know when you look at how they need everybody to be i was never going to miss out so i started q.p.r.
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and i grew up in a live just down the road so full of friends and family of so you keep you off funds and come to the games. you know we've got the full program in two hours time here on r t and that is all the news for me again and half an hour's time for more global news from r t h q. here's what people have been saying about redacted and i suspect it's the long. bill the show i go out of my way to find you know what it is that really packs a punch. yampa is the john oliver of r t america is doing the same we are apparently better than booth. i see people you've never heard of love back to the night president of the world bank paid. seriously he sent us an
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a population of three hundred thousand that the university of kentucky company found. it is barely nine in the morning david and brandon two festina students are in the middle of a video game. jewel as a warm up before the first match of the season for they you know. the city's american football team the wildcats are going to drink a beer before you can start the race so you're waiting to hear cheers and all of. these students have found themselves a great way of supporting their team since breakfast is into. a large supply of strawberry banana flavored vodka david and brandon down four shots in less than two minutes on empty stomachs good images. was good. for the students university sport events are a great chance to get away from the pressure of their studies but also
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