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very welcome to this is also your home breaking news story now full of people confirmed dead after iraq's oil rig in the country's fall re sinks during a storm the search operation is continuing throughout the night fourteen people have safe all been rescued but schools remain missing. and today's main news in the week's top stories fresh clashes flare up in western kansas town just days after a demonstration by oil workers ended with and that the people dead. the west and his allies mounting pressure on the syrian regime as russia fights to get its draw off resolution accepted at the u.n.
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aimed at solving the crisis peacefully. plus the weights finally avers russia's accepted as a fully fledged member of the world trade organization after eighteen years of tough towards. next we talked to the e.u. trade commissioner for his perspective on russia's membership. you trade commissioner called the goodies in geneva to welcome russia into the world trade organization he warns it comes at a time when the euro crisis threaten the world with recession mr de gucht leaders are insulting each other the euro's fall into new lows how worried are you about this stage of the euro debt crisis i see that. people some people continue to fing that. sooner or later we will have serious problems with the euro. and that's obviously influencing the debate but this is simply not true i mean the euro is
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going to continue there to stay and europe will do everything that's to see to preserve the european union it's not a matter of choice you know it's not a matter of having different turn of this very clear cut political decision you know is there to say full stop nicolas sarkozy's just call david cameron an obstinate kid while e.u. leaders getting personal lives not up to me to make comments on what president sarkozy is saying but generally i think one should avoid to become personal in that kind of discussions these are difficult discussions for everybody we're going through a tough time and so let's keep cool i mean. i would say don't get personal francis said britain's credit rating should be downgraded before it's do you agree with them when you look at the financial position. of great britain it's not better
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than the let's say consolidated position off of the european monetary union obviously not. the difference is of course that there you have a state with a central bank that is a lender of last resort and that makes the difference look at what the situation of of the dog. i mean and look at the debt situation in the united states it's also certainly not better than the european one nevertheless they don't have problems to borrow money on the international financial markets for exactly the same reason you know and i think we should learn from that and go in the direction of. mutual izing did that then you would see the interest rates going down if they succeed the european central bank should also intervene vigorously and make it clear to the financial markets that is only speculation it's also fear that banks that is in the markets there is no reason for that. ten billion dollars through the to help the e.u. with its debt crisis what role could play in the e.u.
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to me this feels that everybody so old states have an interest that. nothing dramatic happens with the euro because europe is the biggest economy in the world you know so everybody has a clear interest in that so it's not by accident that for example a couple of weeks ago the fed the reason the. british national bank. switzerland japan. are taking together with you to be a central bank were taking concerted efforts to put liquidity in the markets the inside some by accident because obviously this is of major concern to everybody in the world and russia being only our neighbor but also being the major source of
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energy to europe which means that you have the biggest and probably also the best clients they have an obvious interest in not letting degrading the european economy the united states thinks exports to russia can double over the next five years off . how much can you expose to russia will also go up i see several. big advantages in russia becoming a member of the w t o. for example that is part of those accession conditions it's. a completely new set of rules that respect to specify it respect to figure seventeen norms for a for food is also very important what we having concluded proceed back to the old the motive sector where russia had been taking. measures and now well that we have come to and to a compromise on the use that certainly contributes to more trade although that event that i see is that russia it will be possible to attract more foreign capital
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because. their access into the w.t. o. will. give them assurances they were in a. legal environment that is more transparent so than it was so that it was before so i expect. our trade with russia to rise considerably some economists think countries have put in meaningless barriers to stop russia joining with. how fair has the process been i haven't been active in this file for the last eighteen years have been the. steering the process for the last six months let's say. and. i believe fair negotiations yes i mean some time stuff and they go about with if you will by both parties to get to a result there also major interests at stake you know it's not a chat of course it's a negotiation but i believe that they were fairly treated and they were also asking
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us to be let's say lenient and for example in the automotive sector was not easy to come to decision because there was this new scheme with very high level of local companies and so on so it was not easy i think it's a fair deal you know and once you have a concluded the deal you should stop discussing the content of the ones that is a deal is a deal and then you execute it many think they've made too many concessions in agricultural industry to join the how can you show them that's not the case it's certainly not true that they made. too many concessions. we know we already know. russia is a big market for our agriculture products and that has to see also with the fact that they cannot. answer the demands on their own they cannot so they do not produce the necessary food and vegetables and be for their own population but there
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is no reason that they could not develop that industry the same with cars they have to renovate their whole automotive industry because it had become its i believe that it is agreement that we have been making will result in the modern. industry but of course we have been negotiating in a way that also our own interests are protected that's where they go sation is about going to have to negotiate having in mind your own interest but also having and by then also the other party needs to find its interest in the negotiation because if not. even if you were to conclude a negotiation it would never be a fruit off america's jaxon van dijk amendment bulls favorable trade relations with russia has been called a relic of the cold war should washington now get rid of it it's up to the united states to decide that but. i believe such a move. would have quite some traction on the hill is the european union along with
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the united states this fall the most complaints against china since it joined the world trade organization should be treated any differently we treat every ball the exactly in the same way i mean. when we get the complaints. we analyze it very carefully and then you take a decision and whether it's china or russia or even the u.s. that doesn't make a difference i mean once there is a problem we take action and i think we should do that and we do it in i would i say almost. i wouldn't call it automatic but very much. a rules based approach. so we are not so. looking for four victims all enemies i mean we are not interested in that game so for us it's to say whether it's china or russia and only us when china's trade with the jump it's almost three hundred percent in the ten years that it says it joined. how much do you expect russia's trade with the e.u.
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to go up by isn't exactly the same i believe. because. the chinese have been doing. from a historical point of view this is tremendous is developing an economy which is very much across the board. russia's economy yes and much more focused on a more limited number of sectors i think it really depends upon russia action they take if they take the direction of. being involved also in new sectors and probably the agreements to get into the deal will be more food for them but that's up to them in the due process slower than how this be resolved we have. a scheme in accession. whereby they will have to go to market prices over time. so that is not only. by the way
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but was a member of the you know you have to go to market prices and you cannot have a pricing you trade commissioner karel de gucht thank you for speaking with l.t. . was the plant that was responsible for causing the world's worst industrial disaster and now it had been abandoned in a condition where it had become a source of pollution and the most recent study that was done shows that this water pollution and spreading. more than hundred thousand people. to be
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breaking news story four people are confirmed dead off to a russian oil rig in the country's far we sinks injuring a store the search operations continuing throughout the night fourteen people have so far been rescued but schools remain missing. in today's all the main news in the week's top stories are fresh clashes flare up in western kansas just days after a demonstration by oil workers ended with eleven people that. the west and its allies crash on the syrian regime as russia fights to get its draft resolution accepted after you read aimed at solving the crisis peacefully. the wait is finally over as russia's accepted as a fully fledged member of the world trade organization off to eighteen years of
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tough talk. now you know is up next with all the latest for us. thanks alex great to have you with us this is sports very kind your head over the next ten minutes or so including these stories in fleet. street smushed after five games in charge russia's new ice hockey coach in a two hour bellowed enough surface his first defeats to channel one. test of the best football giants barcelona and sun tells are currently going to head to head in the final of the world club cup. on top of the pile unrewarded wins the super six world boxing classic having car frocks w.b.c. belt to his w.p.a. middleweight title in the process. russian ice hockey team head coach zimmer to
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love bill of the office suffered his first defeat since taking over the reins in june the red machine going down to sweden in the second game of their home euro hockey tour tournaments the china one cup constantine but top off watch this one for us. russia and sweden started the clash cautiously however isn't a lobby league team of some and didn't seem to be as solid in the fans as they were in the opening match of the tournament the swedes won't buy a wing on the pressure and finally broke the deadlock midway through the first period stuff from cornwell sent back home up to converting a power play one thing and the guests headed to the dressing room in the right frame of mind in the middle period sweden's defenseman cornwell doubled his tally after a powerful shot from the blueline the russians pulled one back having one man up aleksandr our goal of made it in point pass and sergei should all go found himself a marked on the far poorest and set it to the net three minutes into the third period and the red machine levelled mannerism a power play to the delights of the full back mega sport arena. differ managed to
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fire it into the top corner and there are regularly one more assist the. crowd was still cheering the home favorite but track rumor took the lead again in just a minute carl crossed and dick ochs also include his name on the scoreboard three to gauge shell superstar defenseman cohen well made it two goal lead with his third scoring with a four distance lead shot with ten minutes to go russia threw everything into the final minutes of the game and pulled a goaltender for an extra player but failed to cut the deficit for two was how it finished her skating time. this is a big key to success and we were fortunate to miami and win a lot of parts down the pan there and create a lot of chances for that as well it's hard to name the reasons for our defeat right now we have to analyze our mistakes we shouldn't be too disappointed too we just have to work hard to improve our play so russia suffered their first defeat
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with the help however the head coach was optimistic about the lessons his chargers can learn from this loss i think we deserve this defeat sweden played really well aggressively and put constant pressure on our defense that's why we made so many mistakes we didn't expect the swedes to play like this we have to draw the right conclusions we understand that from now on all our opponents will play in the same manner. russia will be eager to finish their home tournament on a winning note as they face the czech republic on sunday because i am by the time of our team. it's been a hot topic for weeks between two footballing legends the question is neymar a more complete player than leonella messi pele says yes more a domino that argument set to reignite with the per currently facing off in the final of the club world cup in japan now with around seventeen minutes gone it is still anyone's game between messi name ours some toss nil nil the score in tokyo
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bar saving for their second global time in three years there are a little earlier side outside one the third place play off clash against home side because she won't race all on penalties. now watching those clashes in tokyo is fifa president sepp blatter the swiss also stating beforehand he's to meet top government officials from brazil as the country deals with criticism over the rate of progress regarding world cup twenty fourteen. but the executive committee is very to about that but we're not so much very devoted to construction because in all the world cups everybody said they would not be ready the table be ready finally but i would myself now take up the smoke up also on the presidential level and in the first month or second month of this year to go and meet the heads of state. to english football where the top two are in premier league judy on sunday manchester city host arsenal in undoubtedly the much of the day but it is city's
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cross-town rivals united who open proceedings away to new boys q.p.r. after a less than stellar november domestically alex ferguson's side look to be back on track this month they're seeking a third straight league win in london after that villa host liverpool while spurs will be eyeing our third spot at home to sunderland the main course wrapping up some of these games table topping manchester city at home to fifth seeded arsenal the gunners no in confident moots being able to pull seven wins from the previous eight days. we had one turning point you know we're. going to show two goals you have not won the way before. and it's the second biggest years away from home for us it's a massive test and we know off course would you want to be at your best but you are ready for you to physically mentally we are prepared and ready to give between two to win the game. now heading into this we can't reward had not lost in
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the boxing ring since he was fourteen years old the american made sure that didn't end on saturday taking the w.b.c. middleweight belt from carl froch that will be a title holder doing so by winning the years in the making super six world boxing classic englishman froch he could boast a longer reach than his opponent thirty four year old beau on able to land his best shots and wharton smartly stayed on the inside through all right two thousand for the pickle medalist ward frustrating for a walk towards the the latter rounds in particular landing a very impressive forty two percent of his punches that starts helping the judges award the bike to work on a missed decision the fighters were left with plenty of respect for each other afterwards also having some of the shots for a very tricky and close one. and want to work on that machine is going to push towards him when he was tiring. shows together the moves he's had very low moves and don't slips and slides it's just a tough hard night karl is
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a great fighter all these fighters are great fighters what you never give me disrespect to before the fight i know what i'm getting into i just want to be a little better than them on the night of the fight. great news again for. the russian veteran claiming her second gold at the same tournaments the season's third stage and hutch filson zite event taking top spot in the women's pursuit race in style leading from the start to finish in austria the most vital meetings thirty one minutes fifty two seconds to complete the ten kilometer distance sites with us joining this saw him club zero gaming perfectly on all four shootings returns. it's been a great start to the ski cross world cup season for team come over bradley lehman tells the surf climbing on top of the podium in both the men's and women's offense following the opener in italy the men's event seeing leaman get off to a great start against russia's yes any corrupt cough sylvan pushed off all the way during the race but the french been would crush shark leaving the russian with
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silver another comedian david duncan took to the slippery slopes the lower meanwhile in the women's portion three skiers colliding early on before thompson crashed out later that left sure a while all alone to grab. on to cricket where south africa have absolutely thrasher lanka beating the islanders by an innings after just three days of a five day home test for lanka captain me hyla j award team also stopped just inches short of reaching ten thousand test runs on the day pace bowler vernon philander stonewalling the sri lankan doctors a twenty six sure made his test debut last month but now has twenty four wickets in the last three tests he ended up with a stunning ten four hundred two school card. car at just one run for the two will be the i buy my. so africa captain a.b. de villiers almost out of the century going i did nice me close to ninety nine well
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mark boucher was the last with sixty five so the african taken by an innings an eighty one. and finally interest in tennis this year has exploded in china the reason that attributed to lean on was unexpected triumph at wimbledon and former players humping popping up all over the country to help bolster its structure there the biggest of names touching down on chinese soil to help the cause someday don't come much bigger than pete some pris the fourteen time grand slam champion joining up with former world number one court this morning to feel secure only for an exhibition match in the central chinese city of. american someplace showing he still got it teaming up with leith the first ever asian to win a major tennis title for victory in the doubles spectacle. that is all the sport for a nod to be sure is here in the next two hours for more sport whether it is next though.
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