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unfortunately. bringing you the latest in science and technology from the realms. of the future are covered. with art to you live from moscow to news now i read our top stories moscow the jackson u.n. resolution against syria warning it could be a prelude to an aggressive libya style intervention but the u.k. and france are committed to putting more pressure on damascus in response to its crackdown on protests and. nato challenges its members to be more active in the aerial bombardments of colonel gadhafi forces russia which is trying to mediate a sense of the new libyan leader and the rebels says both sides want the
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nonmilitary played out. earlier i spoke to nato secretary general anders fogh rasmussen up next is that interview in full or he insists the alliance has no clouds to act in syria and defends the actions being taken in libya. thank you very much for joining us here in our it's much appreciated i want to get straight to our first question the u.k. and france want a u.n. security council resolution condemning the syrian government in your opinion are we heading for libya two point zero here no i would like to stress that nato has no intention whatsoever to intervene in a syria at the same time lots of critics expect that that could be the case if we see a resolution russell saying that the fact that it's even being debated is going to cause more violence in syria. there might be some kind of intervention do you think
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not if the u.n. goes had it goes ahead rather and approves that resolution once again let me stress we have no intention to intervene in syria having said that it's sheer international condemnation of the brutal attacks against the civilian population in syria the only way forward is to accommodate. the aspirations of the syrian people let's look at the lack of an entry strategy into libya it could be said that you were dragged into this rushing to regime change have you accidently gone to war in libya definitely not on the contrary we considered this a very carefully. we laid out certain conditions that should be fulfilled before we took action and the decisive factor was that the united nations richard roth correct me if i'm wrong but obviously the u.n. resolution was laid out for
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a no fly zone and lots of people would consider what's happening in libya to be much more than a no fly zone actually the u.n. security council resolution goes beyond a no fly zone according to the u.n. security council resolution we are mandated to. protect the civilian population in libya taking all necessary measures and that's exactly what we're doing right now now all necessary measures if i might speak of what our admiral pollo has legitimize strikes on any command center in libya i just want to clarify for some of our viewers who have seen holmes bombs on they've seen civilian buildings blown to pieces there is. in a car on a phone or at a hospital on a phone constitute a command center for your purposes when you say any. i would like to stress that we are not targeting individuals we hate. military. targets. and of course mind control centers can be used to and
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organize attacks against civilians show amount of controlled and to commit military targets that's what i'd like to read a question to you that was written to us by one of our viewers on facebook. from paris france wants to know why nato is bombing metropolitan areas in libya and civilians are being killed what do you say to. we do all we can to avoid civilian casualties we are in libya to protect civilians against attacks and this is the reason why our commanders are very very careful in identifying legitimate military targets. have to mediate in libya they sent an envoy and as mikhail margelov arrived intensified bombing of libya begad why is that. there's no link between the two events
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we appreciate all attempts to find a political solution to the crisis in libya because obviously there is no military solution only we need a political process having said that i still think that it's a strong military pressure under good after regime will facilitate a fruitful political process mr rangel of yesterday in fact stated and you just mentioning that that that the military conflict doesn't have to be there means that it could be resolved peacefully he's stating that he believes that both the rebels and the regime forces are ready to negotiate that they both play their war is not the way out of this conflict so why are you still gone in libya with this information coming from the russian envoy that both sides are are ready to talk. we are continuing our regime because we still see gadhafi regime attacking each own
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population and each absolutely outrageous and. has mandated an operation to protect civilians and we will continue. as long as the regime still tax on people you met with the russian defense minister sort of call of yesterday and he believes that troops on the ground in libya are now a possibility do you think there will be troops under your command in the future. we have no intention to pull troops on the ground in libya what if gadhafi doesn't back down. well i do believe that the combination of a strong military pressure and the reinforced political pressure will eventually lead to the collapse of the regime it may happen tomorrow it may take some weeks but we would stay committed until we have fulfilled three very clear military actives firstly a complete end to all attacks against civilians secondly
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a withdrawal of military forces and paramilitary forces to their parents and certainly immediate and on hindered humanitarian access to the people in need we will continue our gratian until these are met. talk of the post-war libya seems crematoria doesn't it given the william hague and him seeing stating that nato as he sees it will be there until after christmas this of course are all despite a ninety day deadline do you think you'll leave the libyan people at peace. well i'm not going to guess about any time frame. what i can say is that we are prepared to stay committed as long as it takes to fully implement the u.n. mandate and that is to protect the civilian population against any attack what about the civilians that are being attacked in syria in yemen in bahrain.
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yeah of course let's that's a legitimate question the difference is in libya we are operating on the basis of a u.n. mandate and was strong support from contras in the region actually and number of countries in the region contribute actively to our operations for these reasons we are in libya. what do you say to critics who aren't convinced that nato is and goal is to protect civilians and that in fact is a regime change. we have been very open about our military objectives. to compete in attacks against civilians withdrawal of gadhafi forces and humanitarian access these are all military objectives and we will continue until they are met. in parallel there is a political track. fine for i the international community. recently
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the g eight group including the russian president called on. to leave power. and. these two tracks are separate a military truck and a political track but having said that i think it's hard to imagine a complete end to attacks against civilians in libya as long as gadhafi remains in power i'd like to move on to missile defense in europe if i may sense minister circuit court also said yesterday that he's good largely ignored by you in your plans for a.m.d. over europe of course you wouldn't accept that but the facts they certainly at this stage speak for themselves don't they. no russia is definitely not ignored on the contrary we have invited russia to cooperate on missile defense the fact is that nato has decided to develop an n.h.l.
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based missile defense system because we want to protect our populations against. some who but we would all like to corporates russia we are faced with some who from russia. we are faced with a common threat and this is the reason why we would like to see two independent missile defense systems a russian system and a nato system corporator for instance by exchanging data the whole system would be called much more effective that way for the benefit of the russian population and population nato countries you do understand that it sounds a little bit of a contradiction there you talk about joint trust about a mutual threat and then about separate systems why want one system between nato and russia be acceptable to protect both sides from any kind of threat because i don't think at the end of the day. the russian government and the russian people
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would accept to be shopped to a common command. i think. the russian nation has such would insist on having control of its own missile defense system and this is the reason why the most realistic approach would be to have two independent systems but with a common purpose but this is particularly our populations now mr rasmussen has been proposing a joint european defense system which is. and i think the best way to join efforts would be to relay to independent systems cooperate there with the aim to protect the russian people as well as people who are nato countries russia constantly claims that nato can't guarantee it that its interests that be protected why can't nato in some of these guarantees the best guarantee whatsoever
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would be to engage in close cooperation because close cooperation between russia and nato would clearly demonstrate. our missile defense is really a defense and it's not aimed at russia. let's face it. we do not consider russia threats to nato and nato does not constitute a threat to russia so let's join efforts let us cooperate for us is these it are as they can't go forward on promises like put you down to the roster on paper that a missile defense system would not be directed towards them. you have a very easy to guarantee it because we do not we don't have any intention to attack russia not whatsoever but to the best guarantee russia could get would be to engage in a close cooperation and for instance this step is very common to join center where
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we could exchange data that would clearly demonstrate that this system is not aimed at russia. mr rasmussen the facts might demonstrate otherwise thank you very much for taking the time out to be live with us from brussels it's very much appreciated hope to see you again. it was created to serve public interests to inform and to entertain. these days there's nothing easier than opening up a new media outlet but there is nothing harder than revoking its license in case of corruption. and trouble.
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the problem is you can involve in a community where you have one large corporation controlling the daily newspapers radio stations television stations cable outlets you told me that that sounds like democracy public opinion versus f.c.c. broadcast blues the marching.
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nato secretary general tells our team that the alliance has no intention of going into syria this is moscow or jackson a u.n. resolution against a mask that warns it could be a prelude to an aggressive libya style beachfront. kaito challenges its members to be more active in the aerial bombardments of colonel gadhafi its forces abroad so which is trying to mediate a ceasefire between the libyan leader and the rebels says both sides want a non military way out. and the use of an animal drugs execute death row inmates in the few western parts that outcry from human rights groups experts say that that incident could actually be torturing control to death and. up next is all the
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latest in the world of sports with the tiger. thanks and he says this is the sport and personnel said look i'll have lies this hour spartak moscow are fine for the bad behavior found in st petersburg last month they've also been threatened with having to play a whole match behind closed doors if there is any repeat. counting down the games the want to go milestone because that's why it's well european football championships in ukraine and poland in kiev. and also make sure you're ensured that we investigate those responsible for taking care of russian athletes who've suffered from health problems during this calls. but let's begin stateside where the stanley cup final between boston and vancouver sits all square at two games apiece now team thomas recording
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a shout out for the bruins as they crushed the visiting candidates by four thirty eight saves in the hole for the informed gold sounds though with blank over a star studded said the twins once again unable to put the down three in the tanks that founds brothers hand recount danielle combining for just two points in the series so far however the home crowd could be counted swell with both teams two victories away from the title this series moves back to canada for game five on friday. you don't get to where you are without going through adversity whether it's in the past years whether it's through the seasons that's how you grow and when you've been through a lot of different things you're capable of learning from those things and growing from those things and that's what i'd like to attribute this to is that we've been through some tough times where there's been in the playoffs or even generally she's and you know we have our ups and downs and we got about all through those moments and when you when you do that you certainly become a better team. and things could hardly be better for boston's plays both sides of
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the red sox once again defeating arch rivals new york in the end all be leapfrogging the yankees for first place in the east in the process they were teased mated three nothing before jacob els praised the visitors lead to six zero with a sad heart boston determined to get this going from eight of new york this year and they did just that j.d. drew putting an explanation mark on the game with two runs. to six red sox how it would eventually finish in the big apple. russian football and spartak moscow have been fined an estimated seventeen thousand dollars for the fans unruly behavior at last month's is in need much insane through this big incident happened at the end of a game in which spartacus opponents terminated throughout eventually we need three male angry visiting support from all schools set off fireworks several times during the match forcing it to be stopped at one stage spartak have also received a suspended punishment should there be any repeat of founds and if that happens the
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russian weiss will have to play one game behind those tools. some transfer news now and one of europe's most sought after goalkeepers not has finally completed his move from shall key to buy in munich the german international going to go on wednesday to finalize the deal neuer cost eighteen million euros he is now if you to spend five years in munich the move comes after weeks of speculation linking with manchester united. men while liverpool have snapped up rising star jewels and henderson from sunderland the reds initial offer of twenty six million those for the twenty year old midfielder had been rejected with a new agree to pull him up to be around thirty two million davies and gould is now expected to move in the opposite direction. and like ben's field jones meanwhile has turned down the chance to join hands or seen the time. heading to arch rivals man united instead of the nineteen year old the founder holding the magical to old
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trafford also in one state the move will cost the english champions almost twenty eight million dollars they will get a player who's been tipped to eventually replace the aging rio ferdinand's and now the euro is once it's well football championships in poland and ukraine key call for a year from now a giant countdown clock unveiled in kiev allows fans to keep track of the upcoming spectacle starts so i says well it will be a leap year so the clock was displaying three hundred sixty six days to go however the tournament still officially begins on june the eighth the final will then take place and even the first of july concern has been raised about the haste of construction in ukraine some buildings including the olympic stadium still distance from completion but you gave us stated on the plan stay there dallas had been quote like that out. in basketball russia have unveiled their expanded lineup for next week's european women's championships to play as well still need to be a cult though giving head coach body sokolsky plenty of food for thought with that
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sentiment fast approaching. just before we're through and we'll have another chris conference where we'll announce the fine line up for the european championships no one sixteen please it's our disposal trying to get it and are preparing for the upcoming tournament no don't all of them are worth who represented russia at the european championships but only fourteen of them will go to poland. and in the meantime a huge diet of welterweight boxing takes place on july twenty third in las vegas w b a title holder. champion judical lives in the squared circle for unification valve's khan is big favorites but former undisputed welterweight champion judo isn't short of confidence. this is going to come true for me to become a six time champ with three different weight classes. twenty world titles in one year this is going to be beautiful i know this is a tough fight against not judah. but we all quit tricky so.
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many world titles i don't think this is time. we fly in for the double be an i.d.f. tyo. you know i think. of i don't think he can take the towel off me now it's been a tough last twelve months for tyson gay but it looks as if the one hundred meter specialist is finally reaching his top level again so it's eighty year old record at the blistering nine point seven to nine second run last week and is now looking forward to meeting the same bolt in august a man he's had to play second fiddle to for some time. being second best. can excel for nor reason for potential and right now knows when to stop him from me from running so right now you know until our run one on him he'll come to for whom this will happen. but as
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a noun you're an american we don't want to be second best. and over the last couple of years insurance for sports man and women has become a top a hot topic in russia following a number of high profile incidents our correspondent richard brown poor third car with one of the country's top sports lawyers the same changes are being made to try and protect the korea sent pictures of russia's top athletes. but you know scott sold his life was turned upside down and defended two thousand and nine she suffered horrific injuries for no fault of their own accord say collided with another stray it's easy to mistake an official who allowed her switch to run on a red light and one point she feared she might lose her leg at a physical injuries was not universal but she had to overcome the new dish on the corporal's there have been problems with ensuring our sportsmen and women for instance an insurance policy could cause just a few roubles at the keys for her in the sport so she was insured under a tourist policy which would only pay out
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a few thousand years in case of after just a few days of treatment that her insurance funds that had already dried up mission . the feeling is eventually build run into hundreds of thousands of euros however it was a happy ending as a media campaign brought up points of a nation and medical costs were eventually paid scott told us case also had a positive effect for future russian sportsmen who were seriously injured in january this year the tally would call unknownst in a meeting with vladimir putin oh afy travelling abroad will not be ensured of three hundred fires and euros this may be all well and good for a top sportsman but one of russia's top sports lawyers says children are being put off going in sports. kids are afraid of aging up in the same situation as arenas courts and are therefore being put off going into sports but sports or was held by the amount of media coverage which helped to raise the money she needed however serious injuries happen often but no one knows about them and there is no system in
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place to help them or one of the most dangerous sports is gymnastics due to the stress which is put on one's body and the dangers of landing russia's prime to start early and mustafina could have had affliction career ended just a couple of months ago when she suffered crew should mean ligament damage though though she's well on her way to recovery however china sung lund wasn't so lucky she broke her neck in one thousand nine hundred eighty one competing at the goodwill games the incident left her confined to a wheelchair and she's now filing a one point eight billion dollar lawsuit against the likes of ted turner who founded the games to the likes of a.o.l. time warner who won the games after the chinese linda committee failed to help arrived. while in one hand our top athletes are struggling to win gold medals a great number of entrants just because we don't have a good insurance system having difficulties to find a job and to make a living let alone those who have injuries. trying to make sure that the situation
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but a picture that he was caught solvable not a problem again so galaxy it was called free medical care and lonely life leads the steps also being made to help sportsmen develop a career woman stay rich. are still going to need to be done but at least it seems the russians are finally moving in the right direction i should dump will see. as he does latest polls with a solid i'm not sure about the. more than a month. one of the most extreme environments on the planet this is and charged up
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and people have to be aware that they're far away from civilization sean thomas discovers what makes sense arctic is so special and instructive for many wildlife in antarctica is the closest. friends of. expedition to the bottom appear on our teams.
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