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the foreign minister. from one. in london with the top stories on al-jazeera israel's defense minister has rejected international calls for an investigation into the killing of sixteen palestinians during a land day protests on the gaza border i believe him and says the troops acted appropriately firing only at palestinian protesters who posed
a threat and twelve year old boy hit by israeli gunfire says he was about thirty meters away from the border and thought he would be safe as long as he didn't touch the feria or throw stones. or i was just standing there when i felt so many more legs and it pushed me to the ground. a hospital singles are all struggling to cope with the influx of palestinian casualties nearly fifteen hundred people have reportedly been injured in the violence doctors say very running out of medicine and supplies to treat patients many of whom were wounded by live ammunition al-jazeera zaha the abdel-hamid is in gaza she's been talking to injure people. does for those here in gaza overwhelmed health officials say that eight hundred and five people were injured by live ammunition now the doctors i spoke to say that it seems that the israeli soldiers have used high caliber bullets they deduct that from the extent of the wounds that they have seen on many of the patients now
speaking to. do wounded some of them will tell you that they never expected such a response from the israeli soldiers i spoke to some that said that they actually did rule some stones but they were quite far away from the fence at least about a hundred meters away one girl said that she was carrying her flag she even went to the extent of taking off for a backpack for the soldiers not just think that she was carrying something suspicious and she stood there and that's when she got shot actually her blood was caught on video. when you ask people are you going to go back to defense are you going to continue that six week long sit in which is dubbed as the long march of return and well everybody seems to say yes they will they say that they have no other means at this point to negotiate for themselves that they have been under
siege now for more than a decade that nothing is getting better and is actually no hope for them when they look to the future so they say that they will continue doing that research and we also heard from the had a mass is my believe there said that friday was the first step that actually the palestinians have showed restraint last friday but they don't know what will happen next that was probably in retaliation to the statement issued by the israeli army just a day before which the army also said that it had showed restraint and if this situation and that tension continues of the border it will actually also retaliate with force. at least four civilians have died in a massive and to india protests which broke out in the southern villages of indian minister kashmir demonstrations broke out after indian forces launched
a counterinsurgency operation overnight killing at least thirteen rebels three soldiers also died in the gun battle at least ten people have died after a hotel collapsed in the indian city of indo local officials say up to five people may still be trapped under the rubble four story building reportedly came down after it was found by a vehicle. north korean leader kim jong un and his wife refold you have attended a performance by south korean k. pop singers in pyongyang kim who is the first north korean leader to attend a concert by south korean performers reportedly enjoying the performance. and the syrian rebel group in charge of the last opposition stronghold in eastern guta is denying reports it has agreed to evacuate josh says reports by the syrian government and has bala are false and it's not allowing its members to leave duma for rebel held areas in the north coming up on al-jazeera looks at the devastating
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hit greece there was no money but in the midst of the economic downturn voters rewarded pasok for its pre-election spending promises up on the rail became greece's new prime minister winning nearly forty four percent of the popular vote. long before the election andrea was told by the governor of the bank of greece about the dire state of public finances it was the result of long term fiscal mismanagement tax evasion and planting these policies practiced by the pasok and new democracy parties that had ruled greece for decades.
and you have your management there are. brought in. buffing the top to the left and . the good is that was that i was give oprah or beers blair midway forty fifth best of the ticket it's about us. on the other side of the atlantic harvard economist at richard parker who sees a code from an old friend of. greece's prime minister asks for his help. when he was elected i got a call from him saying would you be willing to come over and serve as an informal economic advisor he said look. there are indications that the deficit is worse than we thought we don't know how much worse yet. and papa constantino is trying to find
out what's good what's what's going on so i agreed to serve. a series of meetings takes place behind closed doors at the finance ministry. to suggest getting on the phone to call it what began as the euro group this ecosystem ignores it and like you know one thing investors here where more and more may are today lima a faster comes that. finance ministers and european union officials are stunned the new greek finance minister tells than the deficit was not the six percent previously announced it's more than double that. i would say that this was absolutely extraordinary. and
this is precisely the moment where we hear lies that that nothing was first in weeks and that of course was not imagined x n t x and they will thought that we could all i would say trust the figures. this wasn't the first time greek politicians presented false figures to the europeans. in two thousand and four then finance minister george a local school fees did the same thing revealing what he claims were irregularities in the previous government's budget. and a new study hand that actually can support it with most of us start actually
gardens do not of these but a gilligan's eighteen or a these are all of us lowly the blue any given is the bombing he wins after dr stockmann. almost eight million people so you go sort of goes well what they let me go the most part of the. news and i see a post with because just because a gun or the my youth of the year it will be the ticket it isn't a basket of list of anything that actually killed quite excess of the thing the bacon this is the first final trick in the book you think the cameras come out of the motel apostasy by the by michael after objection. nobody expected europe's reaction in two thousand and nine to be the same as it was in two thousand and four this time european leaders were justified in blaming
greece for systematic deception repeated fraud and unreliable statistics. he made the game is over we need serious statistics. in the me. the two years of your group and i know this is the backs of whatever may have been better than. jeff turkey yourself. so nothing has come to get attention during all these years as you know the capacity for anybody to haiti check not on i would say on the basis of fives but on the spot happened after it was impossible before and one of the eason why was that the major countries in europe and the big countries in particular didn't like that the commission and the year was that to go too far inside the
controlling if i may of the various fields. of the markets got the message greece was unreliable. borrowing costs begin to skyrocket the sources from which cheap borrowed money used to flow dry up the greek economy is targeted and that puts the entire eurozone endangered. he's on now to see only the. bad and i doubt i will. know for sure there is very. it's
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money without new loans bankruptcy becomes a real risk however nobody seems to grasp the gravity of the situation. even in december two thousand and nine the greek prime minister continues to claim he would fulfill his pre-election spending promises. kill it when the body of lies you can build humus for later on be said to fill your theological is what is on our leases for years for the first couple i would tissue in panic over this but still she is a myth or a myth i don't feel there should be as she would have a partner. bill to cringe when we ship it whether it's fully a priest could i do nobody admit that i've stood up. moment. since we think you are going to push with us. if you should push if immigration is brutal of.
everybody else in making the jury what you're giving him best here giving him in the corner you the most know some of this is a matter of in the here. is the legal form again of what is sort of excess of. your love of. something which when to pull the. plug from you should ask me a convenient you're the parent. the same however was happening in europe the eurozone was also slow to react the markets smelled blood grease was going up in flames and the eurozone was caught without a fire extinguisher. is there would be a then step because if the biggest action then if that here is the. risk of a master at the you have the modesty i mean as he goes on are up in aesthetics and other now that they've been i've been with years and up let my name sounds more professional years. evel jordan is less of
a political football or the only stand on national horse map with tennis money but actual netting a lot of actual what ifs in the crisis became visible became tangible but the feeling. we solve all problems together was replaced by everybody must sort of his problems you had this peculiar situation in which miracle was holding on to control of a minority government and had very little wiggle room with elections coming up. sarkozy's popularity was already deteriorating quickly and so he had problems everyone felt in his own or her own position very constrained in terms of what they could do it's certainly the case that when you look at the unfolding of events i would say every body was very slow that's absolutely clear because it was
a totally new universe you know you have to remember that until and over nine greece was considered as good as gold case was considered as good as i would say germany or as good as the united states of america so we were before this thing unfortunately in a universe of benign neglect not only at the appeal never at the group level. yes. and the land is yelling at me to put in montezuma my tsunami and the mound in the mountain home on my mind of the amount of time accomplished on man on the ground on the man on the earth. was a man. to relate. to me. but for you it was.
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short documentaries from around the wilds that celebrate the human spirit against the arts. i saw the. al-jazeera selects express yourself. hello i'm suited in london with the top stories on al-jazeera israel's defense minister has rejected international calls for an investigation into the killing of sixteen palestinians during landay protests on the gaza border every day or lieberman says the troops acted appropriately filing firing only at palestinian protesters who posted threats and twelve year old boy hit by israeli gunfire says
he was about thirty meters away from the border and thought he would be safe as long as he didn't touch the barrier or throw stones meanwhile hospitals in girls are struggling to cope with an influx of palestinians injured during fighting with israeli troops nearly fifteen hundred people have reportedly been injured since friday doctors say they're running out of medicine and supplies to treat patients. away. from day one of the protests the strategic stock at the hospitals especially sheaffer hospital have been running out of because of that we're calling on donors to supply hospitals with medicine and other medical supplies for the sensitive departments like emergency operation rooms in the intensive care rooms in order to be able to continue serving these injured people at least four civilians have died in massive and to india protests which broke out in the southern villages of indian administered kashmir demonstrations broke out after indian forces launched
a counterinsurgency operation overnight killing at least thirteen rebels three soldiers also done it in the gun battle and at least ten people have died after a hotel collapsed in the indian city of indoor local officials say up to five people may still be trapped under the rubble the four story building reportedly came down after it was round by a vehicle. north korean leader kim jong un and his wife we sold june have attended a performance by south korean k. pop singers in pyongyang came here is the first north korean leader to attend a concert by south korean performers reportedly enjoyed the two hour concept time with same clapping alone to some of the sounds of the syrian rebel group in charge of the last opposition stronghold any single is denying reports it has agreed to evacuate josh al islam says reports by the syrian government and hezbollah are all false and is not allowing its members to the duma for rebel held areas in the north
that letter from white rang on and they've got what is going on i'm right living here knowing like i'm in another. thread that. greece is granted a mammoth loan of a hundred and ten being in zeros the largest ever received by any country. eighty billion euros and the i.m.f. thirty billion euros. according to stereotypical beliefs wealthy european taxpayers have saved the lazy greeks from bankruptcy. but was this really the case . it was not on the lease that was
a stake it was the closest the. major german and french banks were exposed to greek debt. if greece we're seeing in europe's financial system would also be a danger. frankly but greece wasn't the problem greece was never the problem greece is a tiny. economy the panic at the northern ministry of finances and prime minister's office was that greece would tip over a closer examination of the bank assets there were held in the major european banks and start a panic in the credit markets that was the problem. the
european governments had two choices they could let greece go bankrupt which would be disastrous for the global economy and for sabina the futility of banks or they could keep greece afloat savings european banks from collapse. both options require taxpayer money both options involved the banks. why the people of europe have to save the banks. because the banks are too big to fail. to save the banks that means also the fed to save the deposits of ordinary citizens we save capitalists speculates yes but we saved also all the there we said that the other side of them and the banks are too big to fail about if
any effect can be said of any firm in any market then it means there's something wrong with the market and it has left us with a very big danger because if the banks know they are too big to fail then they can go to misbehave again and though they will be bailed out i think that some of the lord's banks should have just been formally nationalized and britain did that the united states did that the europeans including greece didn't follow that. why because i think that it should have been the burden of the shareholders of the banks to suffer losses. rather than make it simply the taxpayers who are essentially bearing the burden of recapitalizing the banks and that's been what's going on and over much of this period it's presented to voters as recapitalizing in effect paying off the debts of their state of their democratic state when in fact the money comes in from the i.m.f. it lands an account in athens and it turns right around and goes back to the
bondholders in which were the banks which. for every hundred euros loaned by the european taxpayer to greece only one point eight euros flowed into the real economy the remaining ninety eight point two went back to the banks and other lenders with interest if he's to get a man no get out of his moment of little named yet that value closer than you didn't get the most you document with the most you know about whatever the tax will be yet the in and as of on you see the same goes for me but none of us in this document thought it was you being implemented what part of the president did up with the them so he did what a man he put in one of the me and get them visas get an odyssey. signal going to get their yeah obviously i've got no money given no get back to me i'm a bit of a. greek
taxpayers had to pay a high price for this no harsh a stereotype. a stereotype as far as the eye could see. behind the will stare at c strategy is also a kind of strategy that says that people must be punished i mean if they find things hot then they will work harder but that is not been the problem the problem was a a relationship between banks very happy to lend money and governments very happy to solve their problems by going into relationships with their banks and political leaders are the people who needed to learn less ordinary greeks italian spanish
portuguese people work just as hard if the aga the people everywhere else. i said mr public radio you can go to the germans and remind them of what the americans did at the end of the second world war go to the germans remind them of what wasn't done at the end of the first world war and then ask them to compare which they want to see reason your go through. i personally would have preferred a solution it's. believed it was also in international frames is a question of both of.
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very nice vision and there are more women out there called my stick to him that he's not even if he has got beat but if you come up here we've got a reason for what we all laughed but every night you know that. the bill that will be discussed today in parliament has a nice name big time program for financial stability. it's an endless new lists of taxes which target the week for the first time public property goes under the hammer. and there's a widespread feeling that the country's leaders have failed to negotiate that they're simply taking orders from greece's lenders signing what they are given and handing over and. greece could have been lehmann brothers laman two point zero
and could have blown up the entire european financial system and it wasn't about the greek fiscal system i mean the first will be some after those the other might have to go hunting then a measure. to cover but up and get this clear stash it on the other man on the do more to. get that element that specialness michel we got it was you know to push it down after nickel get me out of it i want them if they get me in a moment if give me just use that sheesh but you men are not exist fellas with us for that. babyface is exhibit a of the great every one of us here live out here then a pretty good morning to us so he looked up as i did point of images made to pull the out of other trees no more of them cost us they could just drop us a nice commutable the bottom of the keys here on course just because of this little media it's that item and if you keep it going up and that's
a good if men in the business now that we're going to say good looking men must not be any fees and especially among them you could start your own sex that he likes you could live to another store and take the car chemical chemical good if you know where you get your brother's abuse i think that this is then fell on me here last night the skewness i did things with levy and loving. i asked in a mirror that almost stopped all in a few bad stuff as me there was more and i was buzzing about the him of them after he left it up a few. not exactly. i . was the angry clashes that broke out in those days simply highlighting the growing rift between society and those elected to serve.
see her you can't think you'll be coming back up i feel a little it look ugly i know that this is going to cause the feeling of let's feel i i took a little later step right so much time at that enough girl i love i think i don't. this. after two days of here splashes police take over the square of. the list with new taxes and harsh austerity measures passes and becomes law of the state. and the masses just go back to their. retreat into despair. this leads one of the great tragedies what has happened to this generation who actually dared to hope
to. the matter. hello the queen zoned is facing yet more flooding so thanks to this area of cloud that's making its way towards the northeastern parts of australia it's already giving us a little bit of wet weather and there's plenty more rain still to come probably the worst of the weather will be centered around the queen's ville area where they could be around three hundred millimeters more rain and the ground has already saturated after the recent flooding that we saw so plenty more wet weather exactly
where we don't need it there is likely to be a problem here for the south and generally it's looking fine temperatures down a little bit now in melbourne twenty one degrees. and if we head over towards the east we can see that here we've got another cycling with us as well that this does a blob of cloud just to the south of fiji now it's going to run away from us down towards the southeast but still is trailing plenty of cloud plenty of wet weather behind it and said there is likely to be more very heavy downpours over toma and fiji as we head through the next few days meanwhile forcing new zealand is fine and dry fourth in the north island oakland there but twenty one degrees the south island though have more cloud more rain that's gradually pushing its way northward but it is breaking up a little bit as it does say if we head up towards the northern parts of asia it's turning a lot cooler here and that's thanks to this weather front that's pushing southwards and the temperatures are tumbling.
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