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on the mark when is it. over again the nation's nuclear watchdog the i.a.e.a. claims the new reports that iran is moving ever closer. thank you for joining us here's a quick recap of your top stories on our team the air back summit in a line asia and the pacific rim is most powerful economies start working on a possible in changing free trade zone while on the sidelines of the forum at the russian and u.s. presidents sat down to talk missile defense syria and russia joining the world trade organization. the prime ministers of both italy and greece fall and new governments are appointed as their countries drowning in debt mario monti has taken over in italy and lucas papademos and greece both are likely to head a tough technocratic government and implement unpopular economic reforms. plus
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a un report claims iran might be seeking to obtain a nuclear weapon but tougher on slams the allegations as a u.s. backed smear campaign grainy and lawmakers are now reconsidering their country's cooperation with the i.a.e.a. which they're calling a disappointment. as north stream gas enters europe for the first time we hear from the man who's been in charge of the ambitious project former german chancellor gerhard schroeder tells us why it's so important for all sides involved . gerhard schroeder was charles love germany from nineteen ninety eight to two thousand and five he's now chairman of the board at north stream russia's new gas pipeline under the baltic sea sea europe mr further why should the e.u. increase its dependence on gas per kidney or. opinion. we're not
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talking about russia's dependence we're talking about cooperation between russia on the one side and the european union on the other in the energy sector. is viewed as a priority project both by russia and the oil because it's been part of europe's energy networks since two thousand and six not recognized by the european parliament and the e.u. council of energy. which wasn't from your peers from part i meant born from that and if you minister to north korean pipelines have already been laid what's what's the third one will be added and what will be its capacity we haven't yet started my it survive economically have at least two pipelines with a total capacity of fifty five billion cubic meter article big me the question of whether a third or even like minded political order should be answered by european stock holders of as you know we have gazprom in the order and holland has sunni g.d.s. suez and germany on and the s.f. winter selling only like investors decided to build a third and fourth close to
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a privately financed mine like i we're not talking about snakes mindlessly and then it could be done i do not know whether they will make such a decision as it was not part of my work and i know of. brussels wants all russian energy companies not just gazprom to be allowed to export gas to europe what are the implications of that for gas problem and europe scrutiny. regulator retaliation is not the issue you're not germany and the rest of the nations need gas to sensibly reform that and. russia on the other hand has to sell gas to keep its budget and so there's a. codependency a culture is a good thing of rigi how to be happy to see european companies invest into russia and european markets open up the russian companies it's a good free market economy isn't good for them our picture would you think of the recent raids on gazprom and its partners in europe where you think about just your p.r. guys i think europeans need gas feelers as many years it's a dog with
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a political uncertainty in north africa also good to have a stable partner that you can rely on russia is one of the you know better than anyone else for a space that written recently switched from exports i think it will pop europe will need to gas supply to maintain a stable mix of energy sources and it's climatic conditions but it wants them and to get it it's no way to get outside but also russia's because therefore i think opening the market up to national companies would be the right of. the name to do some officials oppose russia whatever that is is ford's or that's most i guess it is so we have to admit that i hope we will get over it it's understandable and says the european union needs russia geopolitically but the reverse is also true it's not a question but with the time has come to start cooperating and stop looking back at an idea or degree difference here again that was for the could russia switch supply east to china if brussels keeps up its hostility is unknown as it puts your little
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minds of wishes in a situation where it could ship gas to china and all of asia and europe but i hope russia never has to make a choice is the use of the russian government is evidently pro european the europe cannot keep pushing russia away it hurts russians pride then we have to keep in mind that while butter has the alternative of the shipping to asia europe has no such alternative and europe's geopolitical position look only improved if it manages to enter a tiny hard to ship with russia on under the same time ground zero us sessions of turkey no that would be a sound strategy anger into the future of the rest. yesterday's debate i was under goodbye to from guess that if russia does decide to go east could that mean short fall or you're right that's going to sniff you know whether or not happen russia was an exceptionally reliable supplier during soviet times so no one has to worry about that juncture where you will see again that you are at heart it is incredibly important for russia to keep its budget balance a lot of the things out there for we're not talking about a kind of a coda and of
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a certain type of progress in shipping liquefied natural gas. makes europe less dependent on pipelines can that affect this project and. i think i think it would have a negative effect on the project as europe liquefied gas market is quite limited i'm going to move there's no way to sell it in germany or poland has a developing market in port said it's in no way a danger for us now so the reason i'm criticizing is the indication that there are alternative sources of the low spot prices because their duty of the support deals can be of no more gain for long term supply agreements in the short run but they do not offer stability for theatre for play again because in the wake of the fukushima disaster germany is closing all its nuclear power plants do you support that and how will it change your body's energy mix transit have been damaged mind lloyd and so consider this me and my team or the people who originally negotiated that deal with our energy suppliers we had agreed to make
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a sensible exit out of nuclear strategy that was followed by a short period when the federal government fought our agreement should be overturned that i mean they've since gone the other way and started supporting what i had negotiated with this does not mean a breach technologies like nuclear energy cannot be used until energy efficiency is sufficiently developed that we need gas as an interim energy source for the sake of energy security and that's the reason we need to buy gas from new york from other cultures but primarily from russia and the reason we need to build gas power stations and morse. with this debt crisis mr sarkozy says no euro no europe surely europe will survive without the euro so and. i know from where this is a quote from a successor in office for example of course europe's going to have problems if the euro has problems but there's one thing you can be sure of and if the euro is going to survive as a common currency there even if erotically things turn out differently which are
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different very broadly you think we will still have a united europe it is vital in all probable you will child's lot when greece cooked its books to join the euro should you have stopped athens from joining the single currency. on the records you want via i do not think that was our situation of the european commission its employees that had to conduct inspections they had let us know that we could take the responsibility for greece's e.u. a session on our cell and it was a purely preparatory mission conducted by the european commission of the national governments if we had made the decision to take greece in we cannot claim without having the film crew for the information we've got then was on diplomatically speaking not entirely correct very much keep in mind that the european parliament voted in favor of it he says membership almost unanimously including the conservatives who are now trying to distance themselves from that decision you know sometimes in politics you don't want to believe things that he wants condoned or
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actually happening universe and us either the commission was wrong or the handling of greece has been wrong since it ended which which is a matter cleansing we're going to shift to really up a lot it's pointless to talk about how things were not passed we're talking about the future here and i hope we manage to keep greece in the euro zone so that to help us the new greek government would have to be nonpartisan uninfluenced by debates provoked by right one hundred thirty one for me i hope the package of aid agreements that european leaders have got real it implement package if that's the case then i think we can start taking care of stabilizing my lucky. well the great deal of help from greece are here for there is one point i would like to make a free country should not be broken down not only does greece need budget discipline which is of course trivial should what greece needs new york city or investment course that invest in would be good to see wealthy greek citizens who are currently lessening abroad with pay taxes in their own country and instead of looking for investment opportunities or strong was
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a good imo thought doubling as the red line beyond which german thursday we're not going to bail out southern europe anymore or does germany have a historic that europe has from it's been there gave it a bad i'm not against discussing a red line the problem is that if you start to talk about a red line then you'd eventually have to correct it in the end of a german is interested both politically and economically in a functioning europe a good economic interest is easily explained that forty percent of our export goes to the european union and beyond that is there if those countries are hit by a crisis and so is germany your secondly or the lesson we learned in the past and our prospects for the future dictates that germany is not strong enough geopolitical to play a significant role in a game where the u.s. is one superpower and an asian leader of a like in this case china is the other you know european state is in the and only a united europe can take on a role like that if that's why germany is interested in n.i. to us out not just because of the past with you know for the sake of our citizens
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future i'll have to confront a lot of being to small question many german people many finns are angry at having to pay. are they wrong that's clear enough for it saying i can understand that but i have to explain it very consistently to the current generation of political leaders clearly it's with in our own interests to maintain stability in other countries as germany is a nation that relies hugely on actually here if markets around us crumble it harms us we have to explain it to our people the new generation of the prospects for long lasting. peace allies in europe were in effect clear and when you serve the german chancellor there was no question of receiving financial aid from china or russia directly or indirectly through the i.m.f. do you regret that's happening potentially and what would be the implication i think it doesn't make a dollar i don't think we should feel bad about other nations get out stronger be they russians chinese brazilians south africans or indians should not concern us
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because these countries offer us more opportunity to export our products as they develop vicar. but that's only the case if we stay stay more innovative when we fulfill our agenda of twenty china and sort out our social policies and germany is the only country that understood back in two thousand and three that for an aging country to maintain prosperity as it must provide for chiang think of our i wonder if the rest of the e.u. states having understood this a decade later we'll manage to take the action needed to maintain prosperity eyes on the other hand we have an understanding that an aging society with a decreasing number of people who are deployed has problems over. there so we started taking care of our problems in time as the rest will aggressively be forced to take on harder mission this goes for everyone not just the sound of all plus this but if they've been ignored it goes for the chairman of the board for the north stream gas pipeline thank you for speaking with ulti.
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from los angeles to chicago to birmingham twenty trauma centers have closed since two thousand three hundred one is not enough in patient beds not enough urgency department beds and not enough nurses commandos that's to take care of all the people who are here the only real health care system that we have in the city of los angeles is the los angeles fire department in fact when i started my venture is a firefighter i didn't want to tear your ass so i started out going to just do fire fighting it's about eighty two percent of what we do the fire the problem is medical that a rescue couple weeks away for hours for a bit i waited sometimes three hours but i wouldn't say it's a francis and we went for four hours and fifty minutes telling us there was a patient and we have a federal law that mandates that if you can turn the light away six care in the
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emergency room. we have the most expensive health care system in the world and it's probably in value in the least theoretically. looming. just simply. c c. c c. c
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. the latest news around the week's top stories on our t v eight summit in online sees asia and the pacific brands most powerful economies start working on a possible game changing free trade zone on the sidelines of the forum the russian and u.s. presidents sat down to talk missile defense syria and russia joining the world trade organization. the prime ministers of both italy and greece fall and new governments are appointed as their countries are drowning in debt mario monti has taken over in italy and lucas papademos in greece both are likely to head a tough technocratic governments and implement unpopular economic reforms. plus a un report claims around might be seeking to obtain a nuclear weapon but check cross runs the allegations as
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a us patent smear campaign iranian lawmakers are now reconsidering their country's cooperation with the way which they're calling a disappointment. i'll have more news for you in about fifteen minutes time next escape with all the latest action from the world of sports. hello and welcome to the sports news and these are the top stories does it delights mclaren's lewis hamilton wins the abu dhabi grand prix from ferrari's fernando alonso after sebastian vettel retires with a first lap puncher. while thriller down under local boy great trauma survives a final eight run by tiger woods in a gripping last round in his second australian open.
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and relief in manila found celebrators money pacquiao retains his w b a welterweight title a controversial points when my mum office. from the start was formula one where mclaren's lewis hamilton returned to for his third win of the season with a victory at the abu dhabi grand prix after sebastian vettel retired on the first lap red bulls newly crowned world champion picked up the second corner it was battles first retirement since korea last year and ended his run as the only driver this season to finish every race is wrong is going on since michael schumacher his record still timbuktu's moon season no meanwhile ferrari's fernando alonso trying to take the lead at the final pitstop finished nine seconds behind hundreds and mclaren's jenson button success for red bulls mark webber is a must for this fish. and it's now and well done before roger federer has won his
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first ever paris masters spinal with a straight sets win over french when joe wilfried tsonga better at surviving to break points in a clean game problem at sea champion before racing through the first set six one in just half an hour the third seed then took a four love lead in the second set tie break before wrapping up his eighteenth monsters title in an hour. in twenty five minutes it was also thirty year old federer is sixteen i'd strongly success and victory number eight hundred two in his career. to ice hockey now where russia have won the car the other cup in finland after coming from behind to snatch a vital two one victory in the dying seconds of the czech republic the czechs took the lead in the second period with a wrist shot from thirty nine of seven hundred forty play to canada then the red machine managed to level in the closing period as alex and i do not scored his fourth goal to torment it with just ten seconds to go until the final buzzer junior
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championship game because it saw snatch the winner rush out one of the side we godless of the later result in defending champions in sweden which the swedes won four three. gods now and local man greg chalmers survived a tiger woods fight back in a thrilling final round to win his second the straight and the single shot while woods finished third behind johnson then the spider final round of sixty seven after a disappointing third round of seventy five that saw wood struck two joints eight format while the number one came roaring back close to clinching his first win in two years carving an eagle and five birdies five under par round but that wasn't quite enough to win as australian charmers enjoyed a confident performance finishing three straight pass for a final round of sixty nine however the thirty eight year old was forced to watch nervously as overnight lead a second and went close with a thirty five birdie at the eighteenth which would have taken it into
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a playoff but his effort just missed to give an emotional traumas the second the straight and open title in three years. i got the short straw i got the really hard one to travel with my wife got me right here all back in dallas he had to stay in school that i got my dog year old boy and i'd be great if everyone could be here but i have a son and that's correct. football man frank lampard says desire was the major factor as the midfielder celebrated finding the england captain zone banned by scoring his science and i won the victory over world and european champions spain when great it was england's first victory for spain for ten years and the first time to three lines before the reigning world champion since one thousand nine hundred ninety three to argentina also grandly led his country in the absence of the rest of john terry headed in from close range fourteen minutes off the barren trying to construct the woodwork explained someone i said possessions
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a long periods of almost equalized late only about his gear struck a post and substitute excess proper grass place to the chants but english resolutely held on for a confidence boosting with. his little guy hand we didn't play spine but we think we have to understand this one it's a great time problem free where we defended our commitment to the character of a large crowd because. we can only carry over so we're not at the baby i don't know executive found. that we're very proud and very proudly victory because for a god i'm very proud for. being france he got an article one night we can celebrate the world champion. staying with local and with a euro twenty two hour preparations now well on the way to god because russia are improving with every game i play after drawing one one in a friendly with greece in athens on friday night as the head coach spoke with our teams which i'm hopeful that it is a really good test for russia today i mean you probably learn a lot from say tonight very comfortable carries on the game yeah well as i do every
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day do we get out of the team so we can play did a part in the game will be good little of you showed it is a very physical team like. delusionary for the future i mean high pressure he and he had a few divisions so i mean kerkorian personally very valuable to that they were a part of the team and there's always a portly do a little known there and just so close to. good result i was pleased with i've seen the first game is always difficult but i mean i am also i mean you've said you've got three games the head of the european championships in two thousand and twelve has a team progressing because you did look very good tonight as well we've already from the from the beginning it is a real team and there's a reason i have also some problems to change because the team looks very good for the lies and jens is. full for chances we had three goals for voter rest are we improving yet you have had whiteness as
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a coach do you have a sample scored because i mean very few coaches run europe can call on such a few group of players would you have done the last few years does your basic is great your score yeah yeah definitely. the majority of the players knows what i want a see the big in the games that simple doesn't that's important and we can only do better still. high i mean obviously the likes of a shot in. country to get figurehead to your team i mean how disappointing is it for years ahead coach have been all getting a lot of game time in england a moment that only played today ninety minutes. i didn't want to tell you this was roman was back because it is important you become fit and sharp again so we are still timing of. books you cannot go long break until next year when you play over here camomile friendlies i mean which seems you are looking to play in my time
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or do you not decide decided there's a possibility of leg unstuck even if there were but i don't know we're going to have a day off the result of some rides home a loss for you know tonight against croatia probably won't be a rendition of you and mr getting. requests what to do so we will see if we can. exhaust. boxing is convinced he was the winner after the thirty two year old filipino defended his w.b. a welterweight title due to a controversial majority decision of the mexico's clan manuel marquez in las vegas . but it's bigger than i want to fight it is very clear and you know i. most of the founders of marcus. you said you want to leave absolutely no doubt however the audience has a go do you think that you really left no doubt this time around that you market well we had our share of that market is not easy upon it is
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a good player but you know i want to. you know the guy did. well meanwhile there was relief for back as fans of miller after the outcome was identical to the pairs last meeting in two thousand and eight despite a strong finish from thirty eight year old has two of the three judges narrowly ruled in the filipinos favor of the third couldn't separate the two after the final round both fighters adopted a victory pose but pacquiao got the notes to the fury of the crowd and marcus who stormed out of the ring in the philippines victory was all that matters. the point was equal but more of his last minute i'm not used to seeing murray much gunshy so much which is why i am surprised that she won but i am happy. despite mixed fortunes at this year's world championships to make as you same boat has been named as male athlete of the year for the third time by the international athletics federations well despite being the overwhelming favorite wells was eliminated from
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the one hundred meters in guy gave her a false start however he cruised to gold in the two hundred meters also helps to make a second world record in the four by one hundred meters really like. it was in this season but i promise next year. and definitely down the valuable for me to season. we should have a body for coming out this. burthen tall people and. i don't know jamaicans going through everything. on the women's side accolades went to sally pearson of australia who recorded the fourth fastest time in the history of the one hundred meter hurdles and ten victories out of eleven races season. again thank you everyone for coming tonight it truly means a lot to all the athletes here i'm sure because we work so hard for what we get results in the sport and have not said this means a lot to us it feels that our results have been appreciated. and that's all the
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