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PCN-TV - RT weekly news 2014 003 (2014 01 19) ENGL

 

 Main topics of the week:

Geneva II/ Syria/ Guantanamo/ NSA/ British soldiers in ICC/

PCN-TV with RT – PCN-SPO / 2014 01 22/

The Russian TV channel ‘RT’ news – former ‘Russia Today’ – for an alternative information to the dual language, double standards, lies and propaganda of the NATO’s medias …

Video on:

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Main topics of the week:

RT News – January 19, 2014/

GENEVA II & SYRIA/ After months of hesitation and pressure from its Western backers, Syria’s main opposition group WILL attend peace talks in Geneva aimed at finding a political way out of the conflict. Amid internal disputes and divisions, Syria’s National Coalition finally agrees to attend Geneva peace talks as some key rebel fighter groups reject the conference.

NSA SLENDER/ The American President promises to restrain the surveillance habits of the NSA – but critics say the proposed reforms won’t change a thing. The U.S. President assures Americans that the NSA’s use of wholesale private data will be reined in – but critics say the long-awaited announcement is seriously lacking in substance.

BRITISH SOLDIERS IN ICC ?/ The International Criminal Court may soon see top British military officials in the dock for the first time in history over accusations of war crimes committed by troops during the Iraq war. Torture, beatings and even sexual assault – British senior military figures are accused of widespread abuse during the Iraq War which began in 2003, and could stand trial in the Hague.

GUANTANAMO/ Top Moscow officials gain access to Guantanamo Bay in a bid to win the release of the only Russian inmate held in the facility. They also join the chorus of voices calling for an end to the prison.

RT / PCN-TV

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