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Sophie Shevarnadze

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Russia Today

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Russia Today is an autonomous, nonprofit television news organization established in Spring 2005 on the base of RIA"Novosti." The Russia Today news channel, which broadcasts in English 24 hours a day to Europe, North America, Asia, and Africa, went on air Dec.... more.

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The Space Review: Sarah Brightman chases her dream to the International Space Station

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When this question was put to Brightman by Russia Today reporter Sophie Shevarnadze, the soprano responded, "Some people want to give money to their children, buy houses, go on a holiday-whatever it is that they want to invest in.


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Founder and Director Mustapha Tlili was interviewed by Russia Today's Sophie Shevardnadze on the topic of "Islamists exploit Arab Spring aftermath to seize power".


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SophieCo. | Tune in for the interview show SophieCo with its charming host Sophie Shevardnadze and enjoy good talk. Solid facts, uncommon opinions, thou... | Russia Today - SophieCo. | Tune in for the interview show SophieCo with its charming host Sophie Shevardnadze and enjoy good talk. Solid facts, uncommon opinions, thou...
SophieCo. | Tune in for the interview show SophieCo with its charming host Sophie Shevardnadze and enjoy good talk. Solid facts, uncommon opinions, thou... | Russia Today - SophieCo. | Tune in for the interview show SophieCo with its charming host Sophie Shevardnadze and enjoy good talk. Solid facts, uncommon opinions, thou... 8Tune in for the interview show SophieCo with its charming host Sophie Shevardnadze and enjoy good talk. Solid facts, uncommon opinions, thoughtful observations. Every Monday and Friday on RT.


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In the interview with Russia Today correspondent Sophie Shevarnadze recorded in Damascus, he also denied Syria was in a state of "civil war" - rather, a new kind of battle he calls "terrorism through proxies" - but said the conflict could be "a long-term war" if the rebels continued to receive support from abroad.
"You have divisions, but division does not mean civil war," he said. Al-Assad described as "unprecedented" the support that he said the rebels were receiving from abroad in terms of arms, money and political backing. "So, you have to expect that it is going to be a tough war and a difficult war. You do not expect a small country like Syria to defeat all those countries that have been fighting us through proxies just in days or weeks," he said. If the support for rebels from abroad stopped, he said, "I can tell that in weeks we can finish everything." "But as long as you have a continuous supply in terrorists, armaments, logistics and everything else, it is going to be a long-term war," he said. Al-Assad was seen in a gray suit and tie, casually talking and also walking with Shevarnadze outside a house. Shevarnadze said during the broadcast that she met al-Assad in a "newly renovated" presidential palace in Damascus.


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Watch him tell Russia Today's Sophie Shevardnadze why he thinks China will not "lead the world forever and ever" or be "the centre of the world's economic future.
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