Monday, November 21, 2011

Hartmann: Everything U Know is Wrong - Beating babies in the name of Jesus?

Frank Schaeffer, author, "Crazy for God" joins Thom Hartmann. Did you know that there's a disturbing connection between child abuse and Christian fundamentalism?


Hartmann: Supreme Court - ObamaCare at Stake?

Thom Hartmann's crazy alert


Hartmann: Should unionization for all be a right not a privilege?

Jamie Weinstein, Daily Caller joins Thom Hartmann. How do you balance the power capital in the workplace & in the nation?


Hartmann: Plot to burn, shred and sabotage Walker recall

Ben Manski, Liberty Tree Foundation joins Thom Hartmann. Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker will have to start fighting for his political life. A breakdown on the progressive recall effort in the Badger State - and what kind of underhanded tactics Walker supporters are resorting to - to make sure the war on labor continues.

Hartmann: Joshua Holland - On the Ground from Occupy Oakland

Joshua Holland, AlterNet is on the ground from Occupy Oakland & joins Thom Hartmann. While one patriot of the Occupy movement was released from the hospital over the weekend - more checked in. Another round of violent police abuse against the Occupy Wall Street movement over the weekend. I'll have the latest updates - and what's next for Occupy Wall Street.

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Occupy Wall Street: NYPD raid on camp in Zuccotti park

Police have begun clearing out 'Occupy' protester camps in New York. There are also claims that pepper spray is being used. The raid comes after activists vowed heightened action this coming Thursday, to mark two months since the movement began. RT's Marina Portnaya reports from New York.


Violent arrests at Occupy Wall Street

Thursday early morning, the NYPD raided Zuccotti Park, forcing the eviction of Occupy Wall Street protesters that has been camping in downtown Manhattan for almost two months. Police dismantled tents and trashed all personal belongings from the park. Over 70 people were arrested during the night.


Pepe Escobar: Pentagon wants war forever

President Obama has been outspoken towards China. Washington has accused China of currency manipulation and wants China to even the playing field. During the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit in Honolulu, President Obama singled China out and stated that China needs to play by the rules. Pepe Escobar, correspondent for the Asia Times, helps us understand why China is continually being singled out by the US.


Word of the Day: Free Trade Area

President Obama pushes for an Asia-Pacific free trade agreement, which would be the biggest U.S. pact since the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement. This creates a free trade area. We break down what that means, and remember the old saying 'there's no such thing as a free lunch'? Well, that applies here. So we also break down the costs.


NYPD raid video: OWS protesters arrested at Zuccotti Park

Video courtesy: John Knefel

Police have cleared out 'Occupy' protester camps in New York, reportedly using pepper spray and tear gas on demonstrators. The raid comes after activists vowed heightened action this coming Thursday, to mark two months since the movement began.

Cities cracking down on Occupy protests?

Over the weekend there was a wave of Occupy Movement crackdowns. From Oakland to St. Louis law enforcement evidicted many occupiers and destroyed tents once again. Protesters were arrested after being repeatedly warned to leave the property. Are these movements costing cities too much money? How much does police manpower cost? Lucy Kafanov, RT producer, helps us answer some of these questions.


Gerald Celente hammers MF Global's "MF'ers" on Capital Account (11/14/11)

Gerald Celente founder and director at Trends Research Institute and publisher of the Trends Journal tells us how he has become a casualty of MF Global's bankruptcy to the tune of six figures! And while MF Global went belly up due to bad bets on European sovereign debt, Celente says the eurozone is next to go. Celente responds to Nouriel Roubini's forecasts of an exit from the eurozone. This after technocrats are installed in Rome and Athens to calm markets. Yet we see Italian and Spanish bond yields on the rise. Meanwhile, Spanish, French and Belgian CDS hit new records.


APEC - US vs China?

Over the weekend more than 20,000 individuals gathered in Honolulu, Hawaii to attend the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit. China was a hot topic at the summit and protesters gathered outside to show their opposition for the country. Also President Obama said the US will continue cultivating a constructive relationship with
China, but will continue to be firm that they operate by the same rules. Here is RT's report.

Полиция разгоняет демонстрантов "Захвати Уолл Стрит"

Полиция снесла палаточный городок сторонников общественного движения "Оккупируй Уолл-стрит" в Нью-Йорке. По словам очевидцев, полиция использовала слезоточивый газ для разгона демонстрантов. 70 человек были задержаны.


Режим США давно потерял свою легитимность.

Американцы нуждаются в революции, смене режима и внешних освободителях.

Дерьмократия во всей её красе!

Видео с места ЧП: Пожар на теплоходе "Сергей Абрамов"

Пожар на первой палубе пришвартованного у причала Северного речного порта в Москве теплохода "Сергей Абрамов" возник в 04:14 утра. К 06.35 площадь пожара возросла до 1,5 тысячи квадратных метров, пожару была присвоена третья категория сложности по пятибалльной шкале. По данным МЧС, два человека пострадали, судьба еще одного остается неизвестной. Лишь спустя более 13 часов сотрудникам МЧС удалось потушить крупнейший за последнее время пожар в Москве.


'Israeli attack on Iran would harm US interests'

If Israel attacks Iran, then Tehran will move straight into Iraq, rendering the US oil bonuses and all the lives lost in two Persian Gulf wars meaningless, believes veteran Russian diplomat Evgeny Primakov. ­Also a former prime minister, Primakov discussed with RT what lessons must be learnt from military campaigns in Iraq and Libya. Full text http://on.rt.com/brlcem


OWS witness: Brutal lockdown in Zuccotti Park to fuel new protests

The birthplace of the anti-corporate 'Occupy' movement in New York has been raided and cleared out by police. Hundreds of protesters who've been camped out in Zuccotti Park for two months have been evicted, and banned from coming back to stay. Officers reportedly used force to kick out some of the activists, with witnesses suggesting pepper spray and tear gas were also used. Authorities removed all tents, citing health and safety concerns. But protesters say that's just an excuse to sabotage a massive demonstration planned for Thursday. An 'Occupy' activist Alexa O'Brien who was in New York at the time of the police raid, says that the authorities' heavy-handed response has been an infringement on civil liberties.


Contract Killing: 'UK bombs its way to Libyan oil'

Libya's got big plans for its post-war future - with hopes of being reborn as the next Dubai. On paper, it's got the qualifications - sun, beaches and rich oil reserves. Western companies are lining up for their stake - but it's the UK that is likely to come out on top. RT's Laura Smith says Libya now grants UK with oil contract for airstrikes London carried out.


Keiser Report: Corporations Fear OWS (E210)

Every week Max Keiser looks at all the scandal behind the financial news headlines. This week, Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, discuss the Good, The Bad and the Schwing Schwing of making companies scared by putting risk back onto their balance sheet. They also discuss clients getting smoked through massive ploys in the commodity markets. In the second half of the show, Max Keiser interviews Mike Maloney of GoldSilver.com about the latest in the precious metals market and about a $15 trillion Dow.


Debt Diets & Riots: Euro Lose/Lose?

New technocrat-led governments in Greece and Italy, are getting down to business to tackle their massive debts. Italy's Prime Minister-designate says it's too early to determine how his country will cope with more anti-crisis measures, but is warning people of sacrifices ahead. Mario Monti is trying to rally parties for support. Some want him to go once reforms are pushed through, although the former EU commissioner plans to stay until the 2013 election. But the clock's ticking for Greece - with the new Prime Minister heading up a 15-week coalition. Lucas Papademos faces a confidence vote on Wednesday, and says securing the next bailout is the priority, and that his country must stick with the Euro. Our business editor Nick Pool explores how the single currency's flaws have led some countries to ruins, rather than riches.


NYPD raid video: OWS protesters arrested at Zuccotti Park

Video courtesy: John Knefel

Police have cleared out 'Occupy' protester camps in New York, reportedly using pepper spray and tear gas on demonstrators. The raid comes after activists vowed heightened action this coming Thursday, to mark two months since the movement began.

Occupy Wall Street: NYPD raid on camp in Zuccotti park

Police have begun clearing out 'Occupy' protester camps in New York. There are also claims that pepper spray is being used. The raid comes after activists vowed heightened action this coming Thursday, to mark two months since the movement began. RT's Marina Portnaya reports from New York.


The Good, the Bad and the Schving Schving

Watch the full Keiser Report E210 on Tuesday... This week Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, discuss the Good, The Bad and the Schving Schving of making companies scared by putting risk back onto their balance sheet. They also discuss clients getting smoked through massive ploys in the commodity markets. In the second half of the show, Max Keiser interviews Mike Maloney of GoldSilver.com about the latest in the precious metals market and about a $15 trillion Dow.


Occupy Oakland crackdown: Riot cops clear out camp

U.S. police are losing patience with the anti-corporate 'Occupy' movement, two months after it flared up and spread across America. Officers in riot gear raided a protester camp in the city of Oakland, dismantling tents and arresting activists. RT's Lucy Kafanov's been covering the 'Occupy' demonstrations.


'West lost Iraq, wants Syria - Arab League plays dirty role'

The U.S. and its allies are more interested in regime change in Syria than a peaceful solution to the unrest - that's according to the Kremlin. Russia's Foreign Minister says Western countries are trying to stir-up Syria's opposition to topple President Bashar al-Assad. Beirut-based political analyst Kamel Wazne says Western countries have lost Iraq and now they want Syria.


Max Keiser: Gold & silver stake for Wall St. zombie bankers!

Italy's new prime minister, Mario Monti, has began work on forming a new 'technocrat' government to tackle the country's towering debt. An economist and former EU-commissioner, he now has to implement structural economic reforms to pull Italy out of its financial chaos. For more on this, RT talks to Max Keiser, financial analyst and host of the Keiser Report.

Occupy Oakland aerial video: Cop crackdown on protester tent camp

Police in Oakland, California have cleared out a weeks-old encampment after issuing several warnings to Occupy demonstrators. Oakland police and officers from several other San Francisco Bay area cities encircled the downtown encampment before dawn and moved in at about 6 a.m. Officers were seen escorting handcuffed protesters away from the camp soon afterward. The action comes a day after police drove hundreds of anti-Wall Street demonstrators from encampments in Portland, Oregon, arresting more than 50 people. Oakland officials insisted on an end to their city's encampment after a man was shot and killed Thursday near the camp.


Syrian Suspense: 'Military intervention definitely on the table'

The U.S. and its allies are more interested in regime change in Syria than a peaceful solution to the unrest - that's according to the Kremlin. Russia's Foreign Minister says Western countries are trying to stir-up Syria's opposition to topple President Bashar al-Assad. Independent web journalist James Corbett thinks the Arab League suspension of Syria means the West is now much closer to achieving its goal of regime change in Damascus.


US vs China: Who rules the roost?

As the gathering of the Pacific Rim's political and economic heavyweights winds down in Hawaii, it's the latest rift between the globe's two centres of financial influence which is dominating. The U.S. has been criticising China for its trade and currency practices. This year the U.S. and China continued to outline competing economic programs. Hu Jintao insisted on more influence for Beijing as a growing power, while Obama zeroed in on China's trading decisions. RT's Oksana Boyko explains the differences that have piled up between the two.


CrossTalk: Iran War Drumbeat

Is the latest IAEA report a case for a war with Iran? Why does the US get to read it first? Is there enough evidence to conclude that Iran's nuclear program goes far beyond peaceful purposes? And why is no-one questioning the credibility of the IAEA?

CrossTalk with Mark Levine, Patrick Hayes and Hooshang Amirahmadi.

Day of Eurocrat: Red tape rogues hijack sovereign states?

It's all change for Europe as technocrat governments take over in Greece and Italy. In Rome, the former EU commissioner, Mario Monti, starts talks to form a new cabinet to tackle the country's huge debt. RT's Sara Firth explores whether the new unelected leaders for can do a better job than the old crew.


Occupy Portland video: Mounted police vs protesters stand-off

In Portland, police in riot gear have surrounded hundreds of Occupy protesters in a central park after they ignored eviction orders. Officers used batons and threatened arrests if the demonstrators failed to comply. The protests are part of the larger movement against social and economic inequality and corporate greed in America and around the world.


Video courtesy: Jamie Francis http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fxbowRmzetY and Steve Schwind http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-F5hgPqc7no

Rattansi: Foreign-fuelled revolt & media games spill Syria blood

Syria has called an emergency meeting of the Arab League, in an attempt to reverse the decision which saw it suspended from the organisation. The freeze on the country's membership and accompanying sanctions received wide support from the EU and the U.S. An overwhelming majority of member states voted for the measure to urge president Bashar al-Assad to stop 8-months of violence. But it also triggered new protests and attacks on the Turkish, French and Saudi Arabian embassies in Damascus. Dozens more people were reportedly killed across the country on Sunday in the latest wave of crackdowns on anti-government protests. Author and journalist Afshin Rattansi thinks the conflict in Syria's being fueled from abroad, and could drag on for some time.


Happy Hour: Cain Knows Nothing about Libya

RT's Jenny Churchill and Tanya Somanader from ThinkProgress.org join happy hour tonight to discuss everything from Chelsea Clinton's new gig at NBC News to President Obama ditching the Hawaiian t-shirts for the APEC world leader's photo.


Tool Time: $1 Trillion War 'Savings', Budgeting Lie

In just about a week and a half, the Super Committee must announce their plan to cut $1.2 trillion from the deficit. It appears they're far from an agreement. And if no deal is reached automatic triggers will kick in. Some lawmakers on Capitol Hill are now suggesting the issue can be resolved by using a budget gimmick. Democrats think the Super Committee should count the money the US will not be spending on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan as savings. Take a look at what South Carolina Congressman James Clyburn said.


FCC's Indecency Rules: Outdated?

The Cato Institute, the Center for Democracy and Technology, Public Knowledge, TechFreedom and the Electronic Frontier Foundation, have filed an amicus brief asking the Supreme Court to declare the FCC's Indecency regulations as unconstitutional. Cato's Julian Sanchez discusses.


You said it, I read it

Alyona takes the time to respond to some of her viewer's comments. The first is from a viewer who watched our interview with Trevor Timm at the EFF over the government's victory in court which forced Twitter to hand over the information of Wikileaks volunteers. The next comment is from a viewer who watched the interview on the defeat of several Republican measures in elections across the country last Wednesday. Plus more from our viewers.


Occupy Oakland Evicted

Police have cleared out the Occupiers from Frank Ogawa Plaza in Oakland, in what comparatively, could be seen as a peaceful event, unlike the original raid weeks ago, or the ending of the General Strike that shut down the port of Oakland. But tonight, protesters at Occupy Oakland are promising to gather at the downtown Oakland library, to figure out their next steps. RT's Lucy Kafanov has the details.


Mass Occupy Evictions Across Country

In Chapel Hill North Carolina, about 50 protesters took over an abandoned the Chrysler building on Saturday night, marking their new territory with signs and banners. However this group, an offshoot of Occupy Chapel Hill, was faced with police using what they say was unnecessary force to get those protesters to leave the empty building and at least 8 people were arrested. In Salt Lake City demonstrators were ordered to leave their camp site in Pioneer Park and about 19 people were arrested. And in Portland Oregon those who have camped out in Lownsdale and Chapman Squares faced eviction from their local police.


GOP Candidates Scary on Foreign Policy

We'll take a look at the GOP Debate from the weekend that focused on Foreign Policy. In certain cases it was obvious the candidates knew very little about what they were asked and in other cases the pro-torture, pro-assassination, pro-war arguments made it seem like those who want to be commander in chief care nothing for the pursuit of peace, or the rule of law. Lawrence Korb, Senior Fellow at CAP discusses.


MSM: GOP Candidates Endorse Torture

This weekend CBS and the National Journal hosted yet another GOP debate and when it comes to foreign policy, which this debate focused on, we can see exactly how clueless, inconsistent, and outright crazy some of the candidates really are. With the exception of Ron Paul and Jon Hunstman, the other candidates all seemed to support waterboarding, which is a form of torture, as an acceptable technique. By today the President had fired back, defending his position. But the mainstream media, that's supposed to be the government watchdog, once again, just starts reporting on these stories as if it's just any old conversation.


The Alyona Show - 11/11/11

We'll take a look at figures that show us that the US is spending more on our nuclear arsenal today, than at the height of the Cold War! And we'll also look at new arms sales in the works, as part of the heated up effort to surround Iran. Then, yesterday there were two deaths at different Occupy camps, which had nothing to do with the Occupiers. But police in Oakland are already using the tragedy to signal that they'll be kicking the protesters out. Also, a federal judge ruled yesterday that Twitter will have to hand over personal account information on three people associated with Wikileaks. We'll talk about what it means for Wikileaks, but even more importantly, for everyone's privacy on the web. And then don't miss our Friday Happy Hour.


Full Show - 11/11/11. Conversations with Great Minds and Weekly Rumble

Author of "Web of Debt", Ellen Brown joins Thom for "Conversations with
Great Minds". They discuss the demise of the U.S. economy, increasing student loan debt and the role of the Federal Reserve.

OMG! First time viewer. Is this how most of the guests are on this show? These poor people are so preoccupied with the "other side" that they cannot see the forest for the trees. silva rhetoricae

I have never before seen a clearer example of this in my life until now. That was absolutely amazing. Thank you!

Hartmann: How a City Thrives or Dies

Why the answer to saving our economy may just be found on your local street corner.


If you want to revitalize cities, end urban sprawl, empty buildings and bring land and housing prices down you need to tax land and other forms of economic rent. Taxes on economic rent (land, monopoly, resources) do not add to price, they are paid out of rents.

See: Hudson, Michael - Simon Patten on Public Infrastructure and Economic Rent Capture (2011)

Hartmann: Big Picture Rumble - 4000+ Occupiers & 0 Banksters Now Arrested

Erikka Knuti, Democratic Strategist & Derek Hunter, Townhall & David Martosko, Daily Caller all join Thom Hartmann. A new report by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities - or CBPP - shows there could be twice as many people in poverty...if Republicans get their way. Around the world - more than 4,000 patriots have been arrested in the OWS movement. How many banksters in the US have been arrested for their crimes on Wall Street though? Gitmo is officially the world's most expensive prison - So if Republicans really care about wasteful spending - why are they obstructing closing down Gitmo? So which one of these 3 things can Rick Perry do to make sure he doesn't repeat this same mistake at the next debate?


Hartmann: Conversations with Great Minds - Ellen Brown, Web of Debt all Partss

For tonight's conversation with Great Minds Thom Hartmann is joined by Ellen Brown. Ellen Brown is an attorney and the president of the Public Banking Institute and Author Web of Debt.

For tonight's conversation with Great Minds Thom Hartmann is joined by Ellen Brown. Ellen Brown is an attorney and the president of the Public Banking Institute and Author Web of Debt.


Hartmann: Conversations with Great Minds - Ellen Brown, Web of Debt (Part 1)





Hartmann: Conversations with Great Minds - Ellen Brown, Web of Debt (Part 2)

Monday, November 14, 2011

EE. UU. y Europa planean debilitar el régimen de Siria, según el analista Nagham Salman

Los países de Occidente incitan a la oposición siria a derrocar al régimen del presidente Bashar al Assad, señaló el ministro de Asuntos Exteriores de Rusia, Serguéi Lavrov, en una entrevista.
El ministro lamentó que su homologo francés, Alain Juppe, hubiera ´enterrado´ el plan de solución de la crisis siria propuesto por la Liga Árabe, tan solo una semana después de haber sido aprobado. Asimismo se mostró preocupado por el llamado de Washington a la oposición siria a no aceptar la propuesta de al Assad de deponer las armas y optar por la amnistía.

"Se trata de instigar a los opositores radicales a derrocar al régimen negándose a cualquier diálogo", sostuvo Lavrov.
Asimismo, el titular de Exteriores afirmó que los extremistas radicales sirios reciben armas de contrabando que vienen de Turquía e Irak, entre otros países. Lavrov señaló que extremistas armados se infiltran en las filas de los manifestantes pacíficos para "provocar la violencia por parte de las autoridades".

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Vídeo de Ocupa Portland: Los manifestantes cercan a la policía

Fuente: Jamie Francis http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fxbowRmzetY and Steve Schwind http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-F5hgPqc7no
En Portland, cientos de manifestantes de "Ocupa Portland" cercaron a la policía antidisturbios en un parque central, tras ignorar las órdenes de desalojo. Los oficiales utilizaron porras pero los activistas siguieron presionándolos hasta que los hicieron retroceder. Las protestas son parte del movimiento contra la desigualdad social y económica y la avaricia corporativa en todo el país y alrededor del mundo.
Este fin de semana varios campamentos de indignados estadounidenses fueron desalojados y cuatro fueron cerrados definitivamente en Portland (Oregón), Salt Lake City (Utah), Saint Louis (Misuri) y Denver (Colorado), donde fueron arrestados más de 60 activistas.


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Fuego en el agua: Un barco-hotel arde en un puerto de Moscú

Un incendio se ha declarado esta noche en el barco de tres cubiertas 'Serguéi Abramov', que hacía las veces de hotel, y se encontraba amarrado a orillas del río Moskova. El incidente dejó a 4 personas heridas.

En el momento de declararse el incendio, a bordo de la nave se encontraban unas 31 personas, todas las cuales fueron evacuadas, según fuentes del Ministerio de Emergencias citando al capitán del barco.

En el lugar de los hechos trabajan unos 20 equipos de bomberos, cuyas labores se han visto complicadas por la leve inclinación del barco, que además deprende una fuerte humareda a pesar de que las llamas abiertas fueron apagadas. Para que el barco se mantenga al flote se efectúa bombeo de agua.

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Primeras imágenes: Al menos siete muertos y 31 heridos en una explosión de un edificio en China

Siete personas murieron y 31 resultaron heridas en una explosión ocurrida hoy en un edificio comercial en la ciudad de Xian, en el centro de China.
La explosión se produjo hacia las 7.30 locales en la ciudad de Xian, en la provincia de Shaanxi, indicó la agencia oficial de prensa China Nueva.
Los heridos están siendo tratados en dos hospitales de Xian, capital de la provincia de Shaanxi y lugar donde se encuentra el célebre Ejército de Terracota, mientras la policía investiga el caso y los bomberos han acordonado la zona por temor a nuevas explosiones.
La explosión también causó daños en los vehículos de las zonas aledañas y lanzó cristales rotos de las ventanas del edificio a más de dos kilómetros de distancia.

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Odisea digital en el espacio: Rusia lanza la última nave Soyuz analógica

Fuente: NASA
La madrugada de este lunes fue lanzada rumbo a la Estación Espacial Internacional (EEI) la Soyuz TMA-22, la última nave espacial rusa provista de control analógico.

El lanzamiento fue efectuado a las 04.14 GMT desde el cosmódromo de Baikonur, en las estepas peladas de Asia Central. La nave despegó con tres tripulantes a bordo, los rusos Antón Shkaplérov y Anatoli Ivanishin, y al astronauta estadounidense Daniel Burbank.

El despegue de la nave fue postergado en dos meses por razones de seguridad, para poder comprobar todos sus sistemas tras la catástrofe del carguero Progress, acaecida en agosto de este año.

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Una foca albina encuentra casa (con piscina) en el Mar Negro

La famosa foquita albina Nafania, rechazada por sus congéneres por no tener el pelaje negro y por sus aletas rosadas y ojos azules, se encuentra sana y salva en su nuevo 'apartamento' con piscina en la ciudad rusa de Sochi.

El cachorro fue abandonado de pequeño por su familia y buscó refugio en isla de Tyuleniy (Lejano Oriente ruso), donde fue creciendo sin cariño hasta que los vecinos locales le salvaron de una muerte inminente.

Un día el animalito, único en su especie según los científicos, fue encontrado por el fotógrafo Anatoly Strákhov. Las fotos dieron la vuelta el mundo y centenas de miles de personas en la red se dispusieron a salvar a la foca albina de su oscuro destino.

Primero le dieron asilo en la región rusa de Primorie (Lejano Oriente ruso) y después se organizó un concurso que ganó el delfinario de Sochi, sede de Olimpiadas 2014 en el sur de Rusia, que preparó pará al pequeño huérfano una casa nueva.

Allí, en las costas del Mar Negro, Nafania dispone de dos apartamentos con una piscina individual y zona de descanso. Los médicos velan por su salud día y noche, ya que, según dicen, los albinos nacen muy débiles y a veces ciegos, algo que aún está por comprobar en el caso de este cachorro.

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Ataques a misiones diplomáticas en Siria por la decisión de la Liga Árabe

Decenas de miles de manifestantes salieron a las calles de la capital siria, Damasco, para apoyar al régimen del presidente Bashar al-Assad y rechazar la resolución de la Liga Árabe de suspender la participación del país en este organismo.

Los desórdenes públicos se extendieron por toda la capital. La multitudinaria manifestación obligó a cortar el tráfico y a cerrar varias tiendas en el centro de la capital. Los participantes asaltaron la embajada saudí y la de Qatar, mientras que los consulados turco y francés también fueron atacados por los manifestantes en Latakia, a 330 kilómetros al norte de Damasco.

Hombres -entre ellos algunos con uniforme militar-, mujeres y estudiantes se manifestaron para denunciar lo que consideran una resolución "ilegal" de la Liga Árabe y una "conspiración" contra Siria. Los participantes en la protesta portaban fotografías de Al-Assad y banderas sirias, mientras cantaban lemas en apoyo al mandatario.

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Pacificación de una de las favelas más emblemáticas de Brasil

Centenares de policías apoyados por blindados de la Infantería de Marina tomaron este domingo, sin encontrar resistencia, la favela de la Rocinha, la más emblemática de Río de Janeiro, para expulsar a los narcotraficantes que desde hace décadas dominan esta zona.

En la llamada 'Operación Choque de Paz', encabezada por más de 300 hombres del Batallón de Operaciones Especiales, cuerpo de élite de la Policía Militarizada de Río de Janeiro, participaron en total más de 1.500 personas. Además, contó con el apoyo de 18 blindados y siete helicópteros.

El ingreso de los policías fue precedido por helicópteros sobrevolando la zona mientras los blindados abrían camino por dos puntos de la favela, sin que se escuchara ni un solo disparo.

Dado el rápido avance de la operación, dos horas después de su inicio la Policía informó de que las favelas ya habían sido completamente tomadas por las fuerzas del orden. Tras apoderarse de sus principales puntos, los agentes se dedicaron a buscar armas y drogas, así como a los sospechosos de formar parte de las bandas de narcotraficantes.

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Primera mirada a Fukushima tras el incidente nuclear

La planta atómica japonesa de Fukushima-1 abre sus puertas por primera vez tras el incidente nuclear del pasado 11 de marzo. Un reducido grupo de periodistas han recorrido las instalaciones de la central nuclear de Fukushima que, según el Gobierno de Japón, ya están estabilizadas. Hasta ahora, la operadora de la planta, Tokyo Electric Power (Tepco), no había permitido la entrada a los medios de comunicación al considerar que los niveles de radiación eran demasiado altos.

Equipados con trajes de protección, los periodistas y funcionarios inspeccionaron el complejo de la central de Fukushima durante unas tres horas de visita guiada y organizada por el Gobierno japonés, y fueron acompañados por el ministro nipón encargado de la crisis nuclear, Goshi Hosono.

Mientras tanto, en un bosque cerca de la central nuclear los periodistas han registrado el máximo nivel de radiación, 300 microsieverts (µSv) por hora, cifra que supera la norma en 850 veces.

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Michael Pento, Eurozone Crisis, US Housing Bailouts? - Capital Account (11/11/11)

Another day, another eurozone headlines...amidst good signs and bad signs, the headlines may change but the economic picture remains the same. And what becomes of Europe's closest economic partner, the US, with financial problems of its own? President Obama is making deals with Asian countries at a summit in Hawaii. Does that say it all? Meanwhile the US continues to be dragged down by the housing market. The government has poured billions of dollars into mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac since taking them over in 2008. Now another federal agency involved in backing mortgages is in trouble and could need a bailout. And when it comes to taking on Wall Street, one matador is taking the bull by the horns.


Watch more of the Capital Account with Lauren Lyster: http://www.youtube.com/capitalaccount

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OWS takes bulls by horn while rest of world goes to crap

The world's most expensive tea and most creative new motorcycle are both fueled by crap. Meanwhile, as protesters say Washington needs to take on Wall Street, an Occupy Wall Street matador takes the bull by the horn.

Watch full episodes of Capital Account with Lauren Lyster: http://www.youtube.com/capitalaccount

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Michael Pento: Demolition the answer to the US housing crisis? (Part 2)

The US housing market still appears in tatters , which is showing up on the books of more federal agencies that have stepped in to back it and may end up needing bailouts. The US has already poured billions of dollars into Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac since taking them over in 2008, and the US Treasury has promised them unlimited aid until the end of 2012. Now a new study shows the Federal Housing Authority which backs one-third of all new mortgages is facing losses of $50 billion in the coming years and could end up needing a bailout. They guarantee $1 trillion dollars in loans. Meanwhile the US job market gains are looking, quite literally, temporary. We talk to Michael Pento, President of Pento Portfolio Strategies, about solutions.

Watch Part 1 @ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JiIus8Y4yxw


Watch full episodes of Capital Account with Lauren Lyster: http://www.youtube.com/capitalaccount

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Protesters defend Occupy Portland from the police

Thousands of protesters flooded streets around the Occupy Portland camp on Saturday, November 12 to protect the heart of city's Occupy Movement from the police. Earlier Mayor Sam Adams threatened to close the camp. Portland Police Department officers were ready to close parks for protesters, but having faced massive resistance they had to retreat.


Video courtesy http://www.youtube.com/user/SteveSchwindt

Next Week on RT

Tune into RT next week for stories you won't see anywhere else.

Protesters nationwide are banding together to support students at UC Berkeley. After the brutal crackdown by police at a peaceful gathering 12 major cities will be showing their support for the Students at Berkeley.


Plus it is the 10 year anniversary of GITMO. President Obama promised to shut down the prison, but has yet to do so. Will GITMO ever close shop? We will fill you in.

Finally we will tell you about another possible Congress shutdown. Again lawmakers are butting heads when it comes to funding. When will Congress get back to work?

These are just some of the stories RT will be bringing you next week, along with more news and in-depth interviews.

Afghan war vet left on the streets

Most veterans who come back home from war usually have a tough time readjusting to civilian life. Veterans returning home usually find themselves in a hard situation with an unemployment rate of about 30 percent. This leads to many living on the streets. Matt Farwell, an Afghanistan war veteran, was one of those soldiers and he tells us how life on the streets was for him.

Follow Kristine on Twitter at http://twitter.com/KristineFrazao

Word of the Day: Monetize

f you want to know how the Federal Reserve performs the financial alchemy of turning debt into cash -- here's all you need to know about monetization in under three minutes.

Watch full episodes of Capital Account with Lauren Lyster: http://www.youtube.com/capitalaccount

Follow Lauren on Twitter: http://twitter.com/LaurenLyster

Michael Pento: French bond yields surge in eurozone crisis, Germany next? (Part 1)

The eurozone debt crisis appears schizophrenic, or at least the markets and the headlines in response are. The front page of the Financial Times reads "Markets Undermine Eurozone Rescue Bid." Only hours later the headline changes to: "Markets Rally as Eurozone Debt Fears Ease." We put the schizophrenia aside and the obsession with every move of investors and traders, and figure out what's really going on here with an analyst whose forecasts on the eurozone have played out. We talk to Michael Pento, President of Pento Portfolio Strategies.

Watch Part 2 @
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uotbgDx-sfA

Watch full episodes of Capital Account with Lauren Lyster: http://www.youtube.com/capitalaccount

Follow Lauren on Twitter: http://twitter.com/LaurenLyster

Italy the next Eurozone victim?

Silvio Berlusconi has resigned after seventeen years in power. Berlusconi's resignation will make way for the new Prime Minister who many Italians hope will be able turn things around for Italy. Is Italy's economy strong enough to withstand the debt crisis? Sara Firth gives us her report.



The Euro is nothing but a failed currency,

America's new red scare

As China continues to rise in the ranks of the global economic stage, is there any reason for the U.S. or the West to be threatened? Some in the U.S. seem to think so. RT's Adriana Usero digs deeper and examines these attitudes.




LIARS! The elite sold us out to save a few bucks and literally gave away all of the west's manufacturing jobs to China. All we have left are service jobs which do nothing for the GDP. As usual, it's all about GREED, satisfying share holders no matter who or what gets sacrificed. The nerve of these politicians who played a pivotal role in this "Free Trade" betrayal. They and their owners are the ones who sold us out for China's success. You can't buy anything that isn't made in China anymore!

APEC hordes Hawaii

Over 20,000 people have gathered in Honolulu, Hawaii to be a part of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit. Tomorrow 21 countries will meet to discuss key economic issues in the Asia-Pacific region. Anastasia Churkina, RT correspondent, gives us the latest from the APEC and fills us in on what topics will be discussed.

Follow Kristine on Twitter at http://twitter.com/KristineFrazao

US veterans battling homelessness

n 2010, over 75,000 Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans were on the streets. Many don't have money to have a place to stay or get the medical attention they need. Many vets say the US Department of Veterans Affairs lacks the resources to provide all vets with adequate care. Matthew Hoh, Iraq war veteran and former US State Department Official, joins us to discuss what is plaguing US veterans.

Follow Kristine on Twitter at http://twitter.com/KristineFrazao

If we would tax those goods coming in this country, they would think twice before leaving here. And most of all, quit picking on Business like Gibson Guitar, and then telling them they would be better to move out of the country to Bangladesh! IT IS OUR GOVT. DOING THIS TO THE PEOPLE!

Saturday, November 12, 2011

Word of the Day: Monetize

If you want to know how the Federal Reserve performs the financial alchemy of turning debt into cash -- here's all you need to know about monetization in under three minutes.

Watch full episodes of Capital Account with Lauren Lyster: http://www.youtube.com/capitalaccount

Follow Lauren on Twitter: http://twitter.com/LaurenLyster

Michael Pento: French bond yields surge in eurozone crisis, Germany next? (Part 1)

The eurozone debt crisis appears schizophrenic, or at least the markets and the headlines in response are. The front page of the Financial Times reads "Markets Undermine Eurozone Rescue Bid." Only hours later the headline changes to: "Markets Rally as Eurozone Debt Fears Ease." We put the schizophrenia aside and the obsession with every move of investors and traders, and figure out what's really going on here with an analyst whose forecasts on the eurozone have played out. We talk to Michael Pento, President of Pento Portfolio Strategies.


Italy the next Eurozone victim?

Silvio Berlusconi has resigned after seventeen years in power. Berlusconi's resignation will make way for the new Prime Minister who many Italians hope will be able turn things around for Italy. Is Italy's economy strong enough to withstand the debt crisis? Sara Firth gives us her report.


America's new red scare

As China continues to rise in the ranks of the global economic stage, is there any reason for the U.S. or the West to be threatened? Some in the U.S. seem to think so. RT's Adriana Usero digs deeper and examines these attitudes.


APEC hordes Hawaii

Over 20,000 people have gathered in Honolulu, Hawaii to be a part of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit. Tomorrow 21 countries will meet to discuss key economic issues in the Asia-Pacific region. Anastasia Churkina, RT correspondent, gives us the latest from the APEC and fills us in on what topics will be discussed.


US veterans battling homelessness

In 2010, over 75,000 Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans were on the streets. Many don't have money to have a place to stay or get the medical attention they need. Many vets say the US Department of Veterans Affairs lacks the resources to provide all vets with adequate care. Matthew Hoh, Iraq war veteran and former US State Department Official, joins us to discuss what is plaguing US veterans.


Ancient spirit and might preserved by indigenous people of Altay

The Altay is one of Russia's highest-lying regions and a place where many cultures mix.

The Telengits are one of the most ancient peoples inhabiting the Mountains of Altay.

They came to the Altay region more than 5,000 years ago but settled down only 200 years ago.

For centuries these nomadic people were valued as excellent warriors -- and until the modern day their traditions and customs are carefully preserved amid the divine natural beauty of Siberia.

Первые секунды землетрясения в Турции с уличных камер

Вечером 9 ноября в провинции Ван произошло землетрясение магнитудой 5,6. Его эпицентр находился в уезде Эдремит. Погибло семь человек, спасено около 30. Большинство из них проживали в четырехэтажном отеле "Байрам", где размещались представители Красного Креста и журналисты. Всего, по разным данным, пострадали более 50 человек.


Русский Warcraft: Медведев - орк, Путин - тролль

Дмитрий Медведев пообещал "включиться" в популярную он-лайн игру "World of Warcraft" в случае, если появится ее российская версия. Такое обещание президент дал на встрече со своими сторонниками - представителями сетевых сообществ в Москве.


Медведев и Меркель запустили "Северный поток"

Президент РФ Дмитрий Медведев, канцлер Германии Ангела Меркель, премьер-министры Нидерландов Марк Рютте и Франции Франсуа Фийон, а также еврокомиссар по энергетике Гюнтер Эттингер в немецком Любмене открыли символический вентильный кран газопровода, по которому Россия будет поставлять газ в Европу, минуя транзитные страны.

US or Them? China the Bogeyman

p for debt stricken countries. But the rise of the Asian giant with its financial might is not met with open arms by the US. As Adriana Usero explains.
Dr Caroline Heldman from Occidental College in Los Angeles says China may become the new enemy for politicians in Washington.

Poland riots video: Clashes with police on Independence Day in Warsaw

of right-wing and left-wing demonstrators after Independence Day observances Friday turned into clashes in which police were attacked by leftist and right-wing marchers.

The November 11 celebration marked the day in 1918 when Poland regained its independence after having been carved up for 123 years by Prussia, Austria, and Russia.

Banks rob savers in slow motion!

Watch the full Keiser Report E209 on Saturday... This week Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, discuss George Osborne's admission that he has no power over bankers and that the population will always have to pay for their crimes. Max and Stacy also discuss the 'slow motion train robbery' of low interest rates and the use of trending topics on Twitter as price propaganda. In the second half of the show, Max Keiser interviews Senator Mike Gravel and his direct democracy initiative and how it could empower the Occupy Wall Street movement.


Dictators by Nature: 'EU enters death agony'

And with the fate of the Eurozone, and perhaps even the EU, now squarely in the hands of Italy and Greece - concerns are growing. But John Laughland, the Director of studies at the Paris Institute of democracy and cooperation, believes that too much blame for the crisis is being put on the weakest nations.

Orange Fresh: Circus cycle carries on in Ukraine

The mid-2000s rule of Ukraine's Orange coalition was among the stormiest and most divisive in the post-Soviet space. The arrival of centrist President Yanukovich last year was to end all that, yet the legacy of instability still stalks Ukraine. ­The era of the Orange leadership in Kiev was marked by protests and clashes on the streets, matched only by brawls inside the Ukrainian parliament.


CrossTalk: China Chin-Up

Are we heading into a China-centric world? Will it threaten or benefit the West? Will China bail out the eurozone, and how will Europe repay? Can China offer the world a new political and economic model?

CrossTalking with Oded Shenkar, Doris Naisbitt and Greg Autry.

CT on FB: http://www.facebook.com/crosstalkrulez

Facebook Switching to Opt-In Privacy Controls?

According to the Wall Street Journal, the Federal Trade Commission is nearing a settlement with Facebook that would protect user's information. It'll essentially require the popular website to create widespread opt-in practices. If this settlement is agreed upon, it would be a huge step in the right direction.


Viral Spiral: Cop REALLY wants to tase someone

In this Viral Spiral; police chase a candy thief but he ends up taking himself out, a cop really wants to tase someone, a crazy environmentalist goes off on a truck owner, a news anchor has a massive fail, a dog has an interesting trick, a cat is really suspicious, the best dodge ball move ever, and finger parkour


Happy Hour: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 breaks records

RT's Andrew Blake and Warren Rojas, Heard on the Hill columnist for Roll Call are on happy hour tonight to talk about everything from a racy United Russia political ad to the Pyramids closing for 11-11-11 due to rumors of rituals.


Fireside: The 1% that fights our wars

On this Veterans' Day, Alyona looks at another 1% that the rest of the country has such a distance from. We'll take a look at a piece that will be coming out in Time Magazine later this month by Mark Thompson where he looks at the number of troops that have fought in our wars since 9/11 in and around Afghanistan and Iraq. That number is about 2.4 million, exactly 1% of the 240 million Americans over the age of 18. Don't let this 1% be separate from the other 99% of us.


Twitter to hand over Wikileaks Associate Info

A federal judge ruled that Twitter will have to reveal information about three of its account holders, in an investigation pertaining to Wikileaks. In court, the petitioners argued that their IP addresses should be considered private information and that the demand was too broad and unrelated to WIkileaks, but the judge begged to differ. So what does this ruling mean for online privacy? EFF's Trevor Timm discusses.


Tool Time: NYPost "Libel" of OWS

The New York Post since the Occupy Wall Street protest began has tried to smear the movement. But their smears have now gone to a new level. The headline reads "NYPD sends elite detectives to Wall St. protests". We'll tell you about how the Post accused OWS protesters of vandalizing the new 9/11 Memorial site at Ground Zero. And how Salon's Justin Elliott points out it's libel.


Hartmann: There are no Free Market Fairies...

We might be on the verge of an unprecedented global economic meltdown. But if you watched the Republican debate and are really, really gullible - you might think there's an easy fix to all our troubles. From the European debt crisis - to the jobs crisis here at home - to the health crisis - to the looming energy crisis - to the housing crisis - to the student loan debt crisis - you name the crisis - there's a one-size-fits-all solution to it - and all the Republicans on stage last night didn't shy away from talking about it. That solution - let the so-called "free market" work.

53 million people uninsured? The free market will fix that!

Greece and Italy are about to drag the entire global banking system into a depression? The free market will fix that too!

Student loan debt topped a trillion bucks for the first time? Leave it up to the free market to fix it.

Republicans have one talking point - just one solution to all our problems - and that's by hyping up the power of the so-called free market - or in Herman Cain's case - hyping up the power of his 9-9-9 plan AND the free market. But let's think about that for a moment - what exactly does it mean? What does "let the free market work" really mean? Does it mean to remove government - and deregulate everything? So when the Republicans talk about letting the free market work - they might as well be saying let the free market fairies wave their magic wand and everything will be just fine.

Hartmann: Your Take/My Take - What is a "me" vs. "we" society?

Your Take, My Take is the segment of the show when we answer your questions, comments, criticisms and opinions heard on "The Big Picture"


Hartmann: Don't OCCUPY a Chertoff X-Ray Porno-Scanner

In this week's Geeky Science - the TSA says that their porno-scanners have less radiation than a banana, but some top scientists are casting new doubts on that claim. Personally - I think I'll take my chances with the fruit


The Good, The Bad, And The Very Very Erythrophobically Ugly

The Good! Occupy Denver. The Mayor of Denver has been demanding that the occupying patriots in the city choose a leader - so they did - Shelby - a three year old border collie. The Bad! John McCain. The former Maverick Senator turned shill for corporations - is pushing a new bill to let corporations bring back all the money they've stashed away in offshore bank account to dodge paying taxes. And the very, very ugly...Brian Kilmeade. This morning on GOP TV's Fox and Friends - Kilmeade explained what a parent's worst nightmare is. No it's not hearing that your child is in jail or injured - instead it's hearing that your child joined Occupy Wall Street..

Hartmann: New Voter Suppression - Bite their Face Off

Count the voters - or down for the count? An Ohio voter is recovering today - after a poll worker attacked him on Tuesday and nearly bit his nose off


Hartmann: Republican debate...more than one oops?

Karl Frisch of Bullfight Strategies & Sam Sacks, Progressive Strategist join Thom Hartmann. The GOP presidential primary debates are back in full-swing. And there was no lack of entertainment at last night's debate on CNBC - although substance was hard to come by. I was completely shocked off the bat with the question on Italy - it was clear the moderators knew far more about the issues than the candidates on stage - through the entire night - why are there no serious questions about whether or not these guys are qualified to be in the White House?


Hartmann: OWS Berkeley - nights sticks violently shoved into their stomachs

Joshua Holland, AlterNet & Yvette Felarca, Participant-Occupy Cal (Berkeley) & Sarah Seltzer, Alternet all join Thom Hartmann. A new video of police brutality at another 99 percent protest in California has surfaced. And we'll be joined by a patriot who was caught in the middle of it all. More video surfaced today of police brutality against peaceful patriots. Those were young women in the crowd who were having nights stick violently shoved into their stomachs. Meanwhile in Oakland - where police brutality was taken to another level two weeks ago when two-time Iraq War veteran Scott Olsen was critically injured and sustained brain damage after police fired a tear gas canister into his head - there are fears that another violent police crackdown could be looming. Yesterday - members of the city council - joined by the local chamber of commerce - held a press briefing - bashing the Occupy Oakland movement - and calling for it to be broken up immediately. With all the violent police action against American patriots who are exercising their first amendment rights around the nation - sadly - Thomas Jefferson is rolling in his grave.


Hartmann: Is Italy too big to fail?

Antonio Tricarico, Italian NGO CRBM (Campaign for World Bank Reform) joins Thom Hartmann. There've been big shakeups at the top in Italy and Greece. Is a change of leadership enough to save the "too big to fail" European nations from collapsing? Or will more cuts and more auterity measures rip apart the Eurozone?


Full Show - 11/10/11. Republican Debate...More than one Oops?

Thom breaks down the lows and embarrassing moments of the GOP debate with his guest panelists. Later in the Daily Take, Thom gives his take why the GOP are unrealistically relying on "magic" to repair the economy.


Thom Hartmann Breaks Down Joe Walsh's Big Fat Lie

Joe Walsh was telling - screaming - the same old lie that the banksters, their bought-off Republican Members of Congress, and pundits on GOP TV - a.k.a Fox so-called News - have been telling for years now. And that is that Wall Street wasn't responsible for the economic crash - that the government - and too much regulation - was responsible - and that poor little Wall Street is just a victim of misguided government policy. It wasn't regulation that caused this mess - that's a lie!

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

A Solas con la primera bailarina del teatro Bolshói, Svetlana Zajárova

En vísperas de la puesta en escena de La bella durmiente - la primera representación en el Teatro Bolshói después de su renovación - la primera bailarina del Teatro y solista del espectáculo, Svetlana Zajárova habla en A Solas de sus expectativas en cuanto a este acontecimiento y de su gira española dentro del Año Dual Rusia-España

La policía dispara balas de goma a manifestantes de Ocupa Oakland

El vídeo de un activista herido por una bala de goma es la prueba de las represiones policiales más agresivas desde el principio de las manifestaciones en Oakland.
Un videasta grababa la huelga general y al pasar frente a los policías les preguntó "¿todo está bien?" cuando recibió por respuesta un disparo disuasivo.
El oficial aún no ha sido identificado.
En la ciudad de Oakland una huelga general pacífica se convirtió en un evento violento en el que se repiten los incidentes de la última semana de octubre. La marcha con más de 4.500 manifestantes se transformó en un hecho cruel y sin compasiones. Las fuerzas de seguridad, que están usando gases lacrimógenos y pistolas con balas de goma contra los activistas, han detenido ya a centenares de participantes de la protesta, mientras que los testigos aseguran de que se puede hablar de decenas de heridos. Varias personas fueron atropelladas por coches de la policía.

Un robot inteligente capaz de ayudar en una crisis nuclear

Honda presentó la versión más nueva de un robot humanoide Asimo que incluso puede ayudar en caso de una crisis nuclear. Asimo, uno de los robots humanoides tecnológicamente más avanzados del mundo, es capaz de andar, correr, subir y bajar escaleras, girarse suavemente e imitar muchos otros movimientos humanos. La nueva versión del robot Asimo ahora es capaz de moverse sin ser controlado todo el tiempo por una persona. Las capacidades intelectuales y físicas le permiten adaptarse rápidamente a todas las situaciones. Según los diseñadores, estos robots pueden convertirse en unos ayudantes muy efectivos de los humanos y alcanzar lugares donde una persona no puede entrar, por ejemplo, una planta nuclear como la que sufrió el reciente accidente nuclear en Japón.

El médico de Michael Jackson, culpable de homicidio involuntario

El médico de Michael Jackson, culpable de homicidio involuntario


El jurado de la Corte Superior de Los Ángeles (EE. UU.) ha declarado culpable por homicidio involuntario del cantante Michael Jackson a su médico personal, Conrad Murray. Este fue inmediatamente puesto bajo custodia y permanecerá en prisión hasta que se dictamine su sentencia el 29 de noviembre.

El veredicto fue anunciado ante los abogados y familiares de los implicados después de que los doce miembros del jurado informaran este lunes que habían llegado a un acuerdo para valorar la responsabilidad que tuvo el médico en el fallecimiento del cantante.

El jurado comenzó a deliberar el viernes pasado, un día después de que la fiscalía y la defensa hicieran sus alegatos finales en el juicio, que comenzó el 27 de septiembre.

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