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Strait Jacket: Iran to 'definitely' close Hormuz if EU bans oil

EU nations have formally adopted an unprecedented set of sanctions against Tehran - which include a bloc-wide embargo on Iranian oil. The move targets Iran's nuclear program which, the Islamic Republic insists, is for purely peaceful purposes. To discuss the implications of fresh sanctions against Iran, RT talks to James Corbett - editor of independent news website - 'The Corbett Report' which is based in Japan. RT on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/RTnews RT on Twitter: http://twitter.com/RT_com

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'Many countries need Arab Spring'

The Arab Spring ousted the leaders of Tunisia, Egypt, and finally Libya, while pushing Syria and Yemen to the brink of civil war. In Bahrain protesters were driven from the streets by a massive military force. ­Bahraini Foreign Minister Khalid Ibn Ahmad Al Khalifa told RT that bringing democracy and the rule of law to the Gulf states was never going to be easy. Full text http://on.rt.com/bg1qut RT on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_com RT on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews

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India abandons US dollar to purchase Iranian oil

Every year India spends $12 billion on purchasing oil from Iran, but now it is using gold instead of dollars. India might not be alone; China has suggested it would jump on board with India. New Delhi and Beijing account for 40 percent of the Iranian oil exports. Priya Sridhar gives us her report.

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Pressure Point: US wants China to choke Iranian oil flow

America is piling the pressure on Iran over its nuclear programme and new uranium enrichment facility by seeking global support for its anti-Tehran sanctions. US Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner wants China - the largest consumer of Iranian oil - on their side, and is pushing it to buy less from Tehran. Investment manager Francis Lun believes the US should stop pressuring other countries to do their will. RT on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_com RT on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews

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ISRAEL BOMS IRAN - US DENIES INVOLVEMENT - FKN Newz

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Empire's foreign death squads kill Syrians

In an interview with Press TV, Omar Nashabe, from Al-Akhbar News Paper, shares his opinion on the issue of the foreign aided, month's long Syrian unrest. Following is a rough transcription of the interview. Press TV: Damascus has been rocked in the past two weeks by two deadly terrorist attacks. The immediate question is who and why? Nashabe:Yes, well first of all I think [that] we should wait for the investigation and for the results of the investigation and there are accusations that have been voiced recently by the so-called opposition claiming that the authorities are responsible for that. I think that, that is almost ridiculous and that points that, there is a weakness on the part of these people who are trying to create a chaos in Syria. The Syrian authorities and the Syrian judicial authorities should be allowed to deal with the situation. The army is supposed to back up the police and the judicial authorities and if in doing their job... [This has been going on] I have to provide a general perspective on what has been going on. The Arab League and the other international forces have been asking the Syrians to withdraw the army from the cities. I do not really think that this is feasible or appropriate because when you have people shooting at the army and shooting and using weapons against the government institutions in any country anywhere in the world the job of the army and [the job] of the security forces is to arrest these people and take them to trial. There has been a lot of international involvement[s] in Syrian affairs, asking the Syrian authorities not to arrest people and not to enter the cities and- you know- this has been going on now for more than nine months and these people because, of the external support have gotten more powerful and now there are some military [militarist] groups using similar destructive crimes that have been used and that have been used in Iraq and led to the destruction of Iraq and led to internal problems in Iraq that Iraq is still suffering from, today. So, therefore the fear is that, there would be an international plan led by the United States to actually destroy Syria the same way Iraq was destroyed and that is the big fear. Press TV: This all sounds great on paper which then got executed and you mentioned Libya and of course you mentioned Iraq. Omar Nashabe there is only one problem that I see, I want you to tell us if you agree with this and that is was Libya a success? Was Iraq a success? What happened in Libya with the number of deaths that occurred with that no-fly zone? We did not really know the total deaths occurred based on the casualties because the Western media did not give us that. but give us your reaction to what our guest said there, when he mentions the empire and the plans when the examples to be followed really had not been successes have they? Nashabe: I fully agree with your guest and I think [that] it is up to the Libyans and to the Iraqis to say and I have, I do not know if any of our followers are Iraqis or do know Iraqis. Well they should ask them about the situation in Iraq today after it has been quote unquote 'liberated' and after their 'mission has been accomplished' quote unquote as George W. Bush had declared earlier. In Libya also, I mean as the Libyans let us go and ask. Let us go and see the gunfire's that took place yesterday and the tension rising between different groups of armed men in Tripoli and in other parts of Libya. Let us see where the Libyan money is going, the Libyan oil, the Iraqi oil, the government institutions. You know, Iraq had some of the best hospitals in the world, had some of the best government institutions in the world. Where are they today? What happened to the state of things in Iraq? Anyone who travels to Iraq can see what a destroyed country this is and what is the reason for destruction? I am sure, yes, Saddam Hussein was not a good leader for Iraq and there were some legitimate demands on the part of the Iraqi people for change and there were also legitimate demands in Libya for change and there are today legitimate demands in Syria for improving the services provided by the government for [a] multiparty system, for more democracy for more freedom of expression. These are all legitimate demands but I think [that] the biggest irony and the biggest crime is that when these external forces use these demands and profit from the fact that some Syrian groups of young men and women are taking to the streets asking for basic demands and they use these movements in order to create -to serve the political interests of great powers, to actually use the Syrian people to reach objectives that have nothing to do with the interests of the Syrian people. They can ask the Iraqis and the Libyans.

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