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Collection of 7 Video/Reports and Analysis on the Zion/Yankee project of aggression against Libya, Syria, Middle East and Iran: final target Russia

A Collection of Video/Reports and Analysis on the Zion/Yankee project of aggression against libya, Syria, Middle East and Iran: final target Russia

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Collection from Russia Today up to December 29, 2011

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Start a war to avoid a war? ‘No assault on Iran acceptable’

The Arab Spring, Iran’s nuclear programme and the ongoing Middle East turmoil are just three things that put the world in a spin during 2011 – and got tempers flaring at the UN’s most-powerful body. Next, RT hears how reacting to these major events will pan out in 2012, with a man at the heart of it all – Russia’s Ambassador to the UN, Vitaly Churkin.

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Tariq Ali: Arab League pathetic, works as West’s NGO

The head of the Arab League observer mission in Syria has described the situation in the restive city of Homs as “reassuring so far”.
The flashpoint city was the monitors’ first stop to investigate the government’s response to the anti-regime unrest. Their arrival was met by a massive demonstration, with tens of thousands demanding international protection. RT talks to author and Middle East expert Tariq Ali who’s in London.

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Should Syria help US figure out OWS?

The ongoing situation in Syria looks set to dominate those talks in Moscow. In the latest development, tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets of Syria’s third-largest city of Homs, demanding international protection. It happened after the Arab League’s monitoring team visited the area. The observers mission is to assess the situation in the country, and ensure President Assad’s compliance with a regional plan to end the bloodshed. RT talks to James Corbett, editor of the independent news website Corbett Report.com based in Japan.

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Iran threatens oil artery shut-off if sanctioned

Oil prices have surged after Iran threatened to block shipments through one of the world’s busiest waterways, if new Western sanctions cripple its own exports. And the country’s navy commander says the cutoff will be easy to inflict. RT gets some analysis from political analyst Chris Bambery in London.

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Escobar: Syrian rag-tag bands & tanks to face investigation

Thousands of people have rallied in the Syrian city of Homs, emboldened by the Arab League observers’ visit to the country. But journalist Pepe Escobar says the monitors will have to investigate both the official and the opposition armies.

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Destination – Islamic Emirates: Syria insurgents spark religious war

RT talks to a French journalist Thierry Meyssan, who’s been reporting from the country throughout the conflict, and shares now his first-hand impressions, on what’s really happening there.

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‘Time to separate Syrian civilians from insurgents!’

With more than 20 people reportedly killed in fresh violence in Syria, fifty Arab league monitors are heading to the most turbulent city, of Homs. The director of the Beirut-based Center for Middle East Studies Dr Hisham Jaber has been telling RT how he hopes the observers can tell the difference between armed insurgents and peaceful civilians.

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Collection from Russia Today up to December 29, 2011

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