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i would print certainly. in touch with if you tell me touch your kitchen and good how would. the cheese every green chilled. viewing of the fire tensions rise in libya as britain and france plan to dispense a military team to advise the rebels and remove the local government says will you all know. tripoli warns that will prolong the conflict more reaction from me here in london in just a moment. as the world bank warns of a new crisis by nonsense it's time for america to step back from its time the role of the great mccollum e and focus on what you see is a colossal. and in business news russia will become one of the top five global economies in the next decade by means
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a person as he outlines the goals for the country's government and parliament which should be this bill is in the details in about two weeks it's. a very warm welcome to you this is all see live from moscow with me alice said those france is joining the u.k. and sending military officers to to advise the rebel forces where the move is aimed at breaking the stalemate between pro and anti good saffi forces after two months of clashes will announce its decision to deploy up to twenty advisors to apply the un resolution on protecting civilians and schools like. more from the aussies the war and national this north so move would argue that this goes beyond the un resolution on libya how all fronts justifying that decision. well they're saying
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that these are not on the ground they are military advisors they are only to protect themselves according to the u.k. and apparently they're not going to be wearing uniforms and they are to do what's called what's being called organizing the rebel troops as opposed to training or arming the foreign secretary william hague here in the u.k. saying that they're going to be involved mainly in intelligence gathering also in the just sticks and in teaching these rebels how to improve communications strategy now we understand it's not clear what the numbers are but we understand that there are going to be about ten french officers who are being sent and possibly up to twenty put itself in since all the other reports say that the numbers there are all more even but i mean one thing is clear whatever these people are going to do this does are the u.k. and france its commitment to this conflict in libya and many people are saying that this is the biggest move yet to ward putting troops on the ground as most of these
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governments have said that they don't want to do now i spoke to john baron he who is one of only thirteen m.p.'s to have voted against the intervention in libya against a total of five hundred fifty seven who voted he has great worries about how this mission is progressing let's hear what he had to say. but i think the majority of people. who voted for the convention and i respect. assumption. for monetary. or. the u.n. resolution ground. i think would clearly go beyond that resolution becoming apparent is that we now have the no fly zone in effect becoming the force of the rebel fighters and i question whether that was within the spirit. as it was originally defined. i should say that when i spoke to john baron he said that there
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would be huge public outcry if ground troops were deployed in libya but nevertheless there's a lot of worry here in the u.k. government so much so that members of parliament from all parties have requested that parliament be recalled from its easter break to discuss what is happening in libya and whether this does constitute mission creep and what about the libyan government or what is tripoli said about this decision by the nato ally. tripoli's very angry about the foreign minister has come out and said that this could indeed worsen the conflict and in fact move deal a peace deal between the rebels and the current government further into the future he said that it would encourage defiance amongst the rebels if they thought that they were getting an ever increasing amount of support from nato and also that he says that it's a clear violation of the u.n. security council resolution which allows only the protection of civilians he says this is going one step too far as they say lots of division here in the u.k. as well talk of mission creep talk of this being outside the bounds of the u.n.
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security council resolution and of course the ultimate worry that this is just the first that. along the road to sending in ground troops many say that this situation could turn into a similar situation to the one that you see in afghanistan where of course british forces have been involved there for ten years and counting and they're also saying that the u.k. learned nothing from iraq and afghanistan but in fact one prominent politicians campbell went one step further reminding everyone that in fact the sending of military advisers in exactly this situation was what it was the u.s. is first move when they went into vietnam nor many thanks for the course in london. coming up on the program and lost hope in the caucuses. i have. no money and no social supports. all i can do is to deter like you feed my sick child
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impoverished georgians vent their firy out their company which they claim isn't helping them get by despite promises of a better welfare system. global finance ministers of them are doing urgent action to avert another devastating economic crisis the world bank and i.m.f. driven primarily by the us are usually the first port of call for eighty nations looking for financial support but as long as he's up or not i reports washington is in a position to advise others while it struggles to cut its own huge deficit. and you will spring gathering about the world economy produced a dreadful financial forecast we are one shot away from a full grown crisis critics say through the establishment of the international monetary fund and world bank america has positioned itself as an economic dr to the world using the institutions to retain global domination and fulfill the business
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interests of large corporations creating resources belonging to cash strapped countries what they do they very often pressure governments to what we call pro-cyclical the economy is weaker than recession and they want them to cut spending or raise taxes that can be very very dangerous you can slip back into recession makers certain words i tell all too familiar to line america the middle east. and most recently greece. where tens of thousands storm the streets protesting austerity measures public spending cuts and tax hikes . as the largest financial contributor launching to and also wields the largest voting power at the i.m.f. the fern of the i.m.f. it is run program by the u.s. treasury department and with some input from the european country but there tells
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you most of the problem this is supposed to you know hundred eighty something countries and it's run by just a handful or maybe just one and american has always served as president of the world bank since its creation in one nine hundred forty four but now with its own backyard in disarray america is hardly in a position to hand out financial advice to others in two thousand and eleven america's financial management is best defined by a nonstop borrowing binge seat up talk over there it's a running ticker of u.s. debt which has surpassed a ceiling of fourteen points. three trillion dollars now the u.s. navy want to consider investing in a bigger clock with a few more digits on the display problems so bad the u.s. president can't ignore it and the government can't seem to solve it we have to live within our means we have to reduce our deficit republicans have refused to support measures such as raising taxes on the rich or cutting defense spending we're
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approaching arsenal that on a par with the total g.d.p. of the country this is very serious because most economic research suggests that countries tend to decelerate in their growth and have more and more severe economic problems once they get the g.d.p. ratio gets above about ninety percent and we're about to go through that level all eyes are now on the nation that sets the bar for others to see if they get clean up its own bad debts at home or nine r.t. new york. on the way the u.s. looks to improve its economic standing by exploring in the energy resource before it is out why the extraction eases shale gas complete rest in the health of american. plants say they can't find a decent job at home because of the the wall so look we are back in just a few of them. or daughter says it's doing all it can to help the poor
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through hard economic times but not everyone in the government supports thousands live below the poverty line struggling even to afford to put food on the table as a lot of our ports are from tbilisi. the small sunni country of georgia has long been known for its fresh organic produce recently it seems the fruit of georgia's economy has been rotting away. people come to the market and don't buy anything because they can't afford it out of all the goods here only that i knew them potatoes a local everything else is imported from greece and turkey and iran and so overpriced who stay here anyway because we have to try and sell something so we can eat. it yvonne knows all about having nothing to eat she hasn't even been able to afford apples were hand you can't daughter too expensive you know the money i have no home . no money and no social support all i can do is sit outside
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a church and i can feel my sick child the only money we get is my pension around thirty u.s. dollars a month and. altogether it comes out to about seventy five dollars a month so that we have to pay the bills and buy medicine for the area which is impossible for a young has cerebral palsy and is in desperate need of surgery it can only be performed in germany but her family has new hope over raising the money other me on the normal got that she's already had. operations i mean it's five markets but i've almost lost hope i even went to a charity t.v. show if you turn you down. get one and her family live well below the poverty line and in this they're not alone you for a. second percent of. the alarm. thirty five percent.
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percent of. the georgian government has a growing social welfare system that includes cash benefits free or low cost health insurance pensions and souters for getting care the social benefits are aimed at the poorest of the poor however actually thousand and nine world bank poverty assessment showed that only thirty percent of those citizens actually received cash assistance and it seems qualifications don't help either. it is run as a professional singer and in these tough times music is all she and her daughter hallow. the only real music to their ears would be an offer of help something neither has much faith they'll hear anytime soon he government is claiming that it's doing everything possible in the current financial climate to help its people but with more and more georgians clearly have no money for even the basics like food medicine and living like this it's clear that the poverty line is very evident
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in the heart of the georgian capital. cashiers are r.t. b.c. georgia. now only has more than three. united states is that pairing a deep on the ground school exaction and nice as is being given top priority for eg the risks to health and the environment i'm not being taken seriously about i don't know who is corrupt. it's cheap it's readily available and it's made in the united states washington has hailed shield gas as the next big thing for energy development over the past five years the u.s. has invested billions of dollars into the field bringing cheap energy to consumers chil deposits lie deep underground and unlike natural gas cheryl is widely available in the us which means the country doesn't have to pay for imports go out for. the shale revolution stems from high gas prices like the main question right
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now is how will the shale gas industry survive where the gas prices are one hundred two hundred fifty dollars which is four times less than they were say six years ago . this tight back european countries are also looking at potential shale gas resources on their territory albeit with some hesitation rights now it's more holds then facts and we have really just being can realistically about this source of energy we don't want to think in the terms of cause in russia and america have thought another potential plus of shale of course is stopping countries dependence on russia which the players most of europe with natural gas already saying that if shale deposits are found in europe most poor will lose the advantage of supplying gas to other countries what the inhabitants of the gas from
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power don't seem to be losing any sleep over this supposedly right because people here's why. we're watching the situation and we think that local eatery buyable but it will remain a local gas supply in the us it's impossible to extra gas to last for long and if you look at the shale gas players right now you'll see that most of them are losing money. shale gas may be easily available but its development. does not come cheap and if i was what you order to get shale gas you must drill horizontally incessant cap and that means the profit margin of the process gets lost very fast with profile of the put out and though the above on ministration has hailed shale as an environmentally friendly out for the natural gas a recent study this on this question several scandals have already broken out in the us because of the facts of shale gas development only environment and people's health. chill gases extracted by hydro fracking that means special chemicals around
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into the water to break up the rock formations the components of these chemicals are kept secret by the companies in the united states and claim it's a commercial secret water laced with chemicals ends up in drinking water so shale gas development poses a serious threat to the environment and health in the united states may have done russian gas production two years ago but like any seeming miracle cure shale gas may prove yet another thought and dangerous economy. now from all the international news this hour and there's renewed violence in yemen in separate incidents around government protesters killed by mozart gunman was a policeman that died in clashes it comes a day after security this is at the demonstrations in the capital sanaa killing at least. the victims died of gunshot and nine others are in
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a critical condition in mali you know which held a meeting on the crisis in yemen failed to agree a diplomatic response. have gun fire has erupted in the ivory coast capitalist forces loyal to the new government tried to it's launched the militia of the deposed president is part of attempts to reestablish security following heavy fighting earlier this month to oust the long haul he was arrested last week with the help of u.s. and french forces general raid on his residence in abidjan. the european union's executive alma's all for a significant increase in the i know if you budget risking a round with member states the european commission wants a rise of maybe five percent as well above inflation last year the approval of the twenty levon about it so a lengthy standoff between britain and several other member states many countries argue they couldn't pay more while also posable starting cuts at home. while the
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pass rush in sync with the project one hundred south has been delivered to its first customer i mean in the automobile the man in charge of the project. told us the things it's innovation that defines this new chat. for example if you consider the so-called super jet one hundred project it's a craft control system is capable of warning the pilots of every possible sim and so does not have to actually get into the situation it's essentially an act of baby safety system control system capacities to make up with any point state. now tough economic times of that young italian steering nothing it is six just the nuts and we're still seeing the highly educated that being that it has been forced to rely on my parents got an offer of course on last generation. over
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a year now element has been trying to find a decent job with displaying having a degree in linguistics influence speaking german french and spanish the only word she's been able to find short term gauge says hiring interns is simply cheaper for companies well many of those with a higher education are left behind if i can find it. if it doesn't improve it i don't see how it can the only way to find a job is to look for it bright and too tired of looking for it here and read italy . but while many can't find a job this guy doesn't even want to start looking for maybe he's twenty five but still lives with his parents because all his expenses weeping up after me in the event playing his guitar and video games to him illness problems or as unfamiliar as a job application moment crashing in their own bodies again all work his glorying neither
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do i care about politics or the economy this is a free country and everyone can do whatever they want better mr. italy's national statistics agency count that one in five young people in the country is either unemployed or not steady that's over two million people so many are unable to fly a long term work and some not wanting a job at all the statistics are quite grim to such an extent today's it really has been dubbed the last generation something totally incomprehensible to their elders . to learn to spend his whole life working in a post office know in retirement he says that. back in his day it was much easier to find a job and thinks the situation is. pretty. is what life is therefore it doesn't matter why did you want to work what's important is that the government has to do something to provide work and make them interesting. nobody
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not be here central bank says the entire economy is in need of a major legislative overfull especially since the young italians who do good work for earning less than those doing the one nine hundred eighty s. and production output is in decline for one of the world's eight biggest industrialized nations the last thing it needs is a future generation that's floundering while finding a job or flunking out together. now if you want to have your say on any of the stories we're covering things we head to our website health dot com there's plenty more to discover there with explicit coverage videos and opinions at a liberal around the caucuses a quick taste of what's waiting for me right now is going to be a very special easter for christians this that same night this era falls on the same day for catholics and orthodox believe this find out how russia is preparing
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to celebrate this. class of metro trains to become more forest friendly with everything is the ground text said to be translated into english all the details are only a quarter way. mark about at the top stories but first. then welcome to the program russian business and prime minister putin is outlining russia's twelve month economic records a parliament with a clear push to boost the country's output fruit modernization and by attracting foreign money and he's not only no grounds but listening to what the prime minister's been saying. well it was all about summing up and setting goals during
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russia's the prime minister's annual address to the country's law makers last year prime minister putin has promised that his government is going to do everything it can just beat up the bruises over the recovery of russian economy from a global financial crisis and here are some figures for you on that as russia's g.d.p. grew four percent in two thousand pounds and that's more than in any or all of the g. eight countries and the forecast for this year's growth is four point two percent also capitalization over the russian financial markets exceeded the cap capitalization of markets all the great group of countries of emerging economies in two thousand and seven now the forecast for inflation in wash out of this year is from six point five to seven point five percent in comparison to last year's eight point eight percent still government debt in washington in two thousand and ten was just ten percent of the country's g.d.p. while in countries such as the united states for example the government has
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exceeded g.d.p. itself as for the goals the prime minister has said to the russian government and parliaments was indeed increasing a foreign capital into the country up to sixteen seventeen billion u.s. dollars a year from a sweden stressed the need to diversify russian economy from oil and gas sectors and to significantly decrease of russia's aggression economies dependence on them but stood judging by the figures that he's presented today indeed russia has recovered from the global economic crisis with much shell lesser losses than many experts contradict it. japan's exports for march fell for the first time in sixteen years by two point two percent that's one of the first official results following the quake and tsunami disaster the country's trade surplus also fell a drop nearly eighteen percent as you point four billion dollars which is three times lower than previously expected and let's see bleak prospects with recession
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and contraction in the japanese economy continuing in the coming months. two commodities now gold futures have advanced to a new all time record topping fifteen hundred dollars per ounce worldwide inflation and concerns of bolstering precious metals with investors turning to when there's a certain themselves where silver's trading above forty four and a half dollars per hour as its highest level in three decades yet again. continues to recover from earlier losses prices dropped sharply at the beginning of the week as a consequence of new that america's credit rating being downgraded its outlook brant crude is currently trading at more than one hundred twenty two and a half dollars per barrel light sweet one hundred nine in the whole. statement at the stock markets now and it's all positive in europe very rosy footsie and the doubts there are more than that said it's with shares in carmaker persia jumping three and a half percent reported
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a ten percent rise in its first quarter revenue. here in russia the r.t.s. and the my stakes are seeing a second consecutive day of strong gains the r.t.s. is currently above more than that to one and a half percent higher actually more than two thousand points going to some individual stocks gazprom energy majors are among the main gainers as oil prices are continuing to grow and precious metals producers are also on the rise with what is called gaining two point six percent. the truce over control of russia's third biggest. looks to be over now which is part of russia's alfa group plans to dissolve in becomes a structure deal with norway's ten however says it's no longer appropriate for them becomes a merger with egypt or ask was sealed so i don't know oppose the deal and so it's taken the line operates a drop to twenty five percent or something like that of a gazprom bank that leaves all shareholders could benefit each other the reason
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behind it is that the probably decided to tell you more at this particular moment is not the best partner for their interests as a business group with some characters default but pretty much sure that we could work together forever and we will form a very successfully they should be very much value to each other but speak of different approaches in the way that they both write that are very strong and positive for the company for their people gave what will probably the other thing you go through the growth of their business thinking or its debates and everything to be all still for i think he's there sure that i'll never lose this but yet again with some always something happens first of all i will be back in less than one hour's time with an update alice is next with headlines to stay with us.
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