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the attached a never ending legacy on. the earth or she's attempts to restore order in central kiev leads to a lengthy standoff with protesters with riot police stand by demonstrators while trying to retake city hall. also this hour russia's foreign minister is in iran to follow up on last month's diplomatic breakthrough to curb terence nuclear program and partially lift sanctions in the deal to push through. and its politics on ice in the arctic come and lays claim to parts of the region that russia says it has rights to.
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and welcome to see international twenty following news live from moscow by name as you know of all let's go to our main story now. riot police are leaving the main site of antigovernment process in the ukrainian capital after hours of a tense standoff with demonstrators special forces moved into the square in the early hours to remove barricades blocking traffic but the opposition claims it was a failed attempt to disperse the protesters. his post court has been following developments for us in kiev. police are maintaining their operation was to remove the blockades that have been strangling and suffocating in central kiev in recent days they said maintain that they have and had no intention of removing the protest tent city the camp that you can see behind me in independence square and shortly after one am local time they began that operation now that was to push the
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protesters back into independence square the demonstrators reinforced their barricades and took up that position expecting a full dispersal i then saw police proceeds to push the protesters back and although you are predominantly by side resisted the use of force some scuffles and some clashes did break out well opposition leaders have responded to two events overnights of italy klitschko the heavyweight boxing world champion and of course one high profile opposition leader saying in a tweet that we can't make a compromise with folks in dictators we should get rid of them the number one issue now is the resignation of president and what he calls his putrid administration so it seems the main demand of the opposition now is a complete overhaul of the government now this morning we've seen police try and take back control of the city administrative building but they were met by. things resistance really from the protesters and then retreated from the area and
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looking down at the square behind me it seems as if police have now but often retreated from down from independence square having removed those barricades on the times the situation over night. was tense and it did threaten to spill into our right violence intentions were particularly high at the moment the police began the operation was the. deal really all of the hearts of the protest movements over the last few weeks so far as i say protesters have resisted using force the police have they lost them by. now if you take a look just to my right side you can see that's exactly where the barricades were that's this is the area that the protest was held right now the place of the protesters back now the police are formed out here as you can see it's my last time so i right now we're in the area that's been held by the protesters over the last
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week or so but it's quite clear that the police want to try and clear the area but for some reason they've stopped what they are right now the protest on state of continuing and we're left with a note the slightly ted standoff. the west has a ready expressed outrage of the actions of the ukrainian authorities the u.s. secretary of state john kerry giving his opinion in the strongest terms as an she's got her to carry reports now from washington. it's not often that you hear the word discuss that from a diplomat it's usually reserved for some horrendous events while john kerry just used it to describe the decision of the ukrainian leadership to dismantle protesters barricades in the center of key of and here's what he said the united states expresses its disgust with the decision of ukrainian authorities to meet the peaceful protest in queues my ground square with riot police bulldozers and baton
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is rather then with respect for democratic rights and human dignity of course secretary kerry speaks so it sounds like he speaks from a position that the u.s. would never do anything like that but apparently completely forgot how two years ago riot police. in the year was dismantled ten single arrested hundreds of occupy protesters across the country citing local anti-gay campaign laws already forgot how aggressively riot police dispersed the protesting clinton for example with regard to ukraine washington made no secret that it wanted this deal to happen a free trade agreement between ukraine and the e.u. could later fit into a much larger free trade agreement that is now being negotiated between the e.u. and the west but of course in its statement as the u.s. state department focuses on the right ines for asians of ukrainian protesters that support comes that just the words but also we actions the state department is deploying the assistant secretary of state or you know money to the streets of kiev
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to cheer up the protesters as well as told meetings with the opposition and government officials in order to push this deal forward and it seems the stakes are high for washington in ukraine at the moment. as if to stress just how closely involved washington is the u.s. assistant secretary of state is back on independence square this time of bring support and kay's the e.u.'s foreign affairs chief has also been meeting with representatives of both sides but alexander who is a legal expert and blogger says not stop this is by high profile foreign politicians and more a case of meddling than trying to find peace i can actually imagine such a thing i can imagine a situation where they say there was a. big protest in central london and let's say somebody from of gondry say russia came along and you do negotiate with the
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government is use most strange to me i have to say i wonder whether it's a tool why is there actually it seems to me that when outsiders involve themselves in the. phares of the country which they don't always understand very well let's remember mr ashton doesn't speak ukrainian she doesn't speak russian she's probably not very familiar with the political internal political situation in the ukraine one wonders what possible compromise will solution they can help to. ukraine's prime minister says the process preventing key payments from being made to keep society running find out how the government struggling to keep the economy alive at r.t. dot com. russia's foreign minister is in iran his first official visit that since
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a diplomatic breakthrough on terror rons nuclear program last month sanctions are being eased in return for a reduction in the enrichment of uranium over the next six months in a deal most could have been pushing for. and the iranian capital far too. this is the highest level russian delegation to visit iran since president hassan rouhani took power bringing with him an approach that has led to a real significant diplomatic movement after just several months in power at breakthrough talks in geneva early in november the new administration in tiger and agreed to either freeze or curb parts of its nuclear program the payback was limited relieve from the international sanctions which have severely hampered the country's economy already we know that a group of international inspectors has been allowed to visit the iraq plant here in iran which is at the center of suspicions about iran's motives for have
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a nuclear program it's been shut down search fall for at least six months a cauldron to geneva deal russia's massive is that goodwill is key to hold in this together it once foreign minister has already warned that if the last senate decides to introduce new sanctions and this is something that is now being discussed in america all diplomatic achievements already reached between the signs will be done and this is very dangerous sergey lavrov russia's foreign minister will seek a sure is that iran is keeping its and of the deal to the next few months rehabilitation on the international could include syria in just a month's time diplomats have back to switzerland to participate in geneva to syria peace talks and at this stage all the major powers involved in the protective crisis in this. country will be there but not iran and this is something most who
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is very concerned about and wants to change it wants to get involved too that will be another important part of the discussions here integrand today will have a joint news briefing later today from both countries officials will keep you updated. essential forceful intervention in syria was avoided in september after the government agreed to destroy its toxic arsenal to rid the middle east of chemical weapons are being held by israel and egypt refusal to join the international convention but with syria now on board there is little space left for countries to maneuver as policy and now explain. this could soon be a thing of the past is radios queuing for gas masks in the pipeline a recommendation to the cabinet to stop manufacturing them for civilians so is dismantling of its chemical weapons also seems to have lifted the edge of his way to fears of a chemical strike well as a few months ago kids were spilling into the streets today the paranoia has died
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down. it comes after syria destroyed all of its chemical weapons production facilities the country's on track to eliminate its entire stockpile by the middle of next year the chemical weapons are among the most or of weapons ever known to man and we were made for the world had agreed to abandon that weaponry a long time ago only two countries in the middle east haven't come on board egypt and israel tell of it was actually signed but not ratified the chemical weapons convention that outlaws the production stockpiling and use of chemical weapons the reason that one there is still some chemical weapons in the region and also does not want again from reasons of deterrence to reveal and to discover its capabilities tel aviv has always been vague
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on the topic of chemical weapons according to foreign media reports israel has a stockpile of various weapons but is ready public's always shied away from asking too many questions the same reason if it's security issue we don't have to deal with we have the differences. nor the doing we don't have to do anything about it but with syria out of the picture israel's argument is weaker and the organization that controls chemical weapons is keeping up the pressure we regulars. and letters to the non-state parties including israel and encourage you to join by. without joining the convention it means your p.c. has no legal mandate to undertake verification activities to verify the compliance but as another chemical weapons arsenal in the middle east is dismantled with the power of diplomacy these way the government is facing growing international pressure to come on board. tel aviv.
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stories and right now you're watching live pictures from tehran right now the foreign ministers of russia and iran are holding a news conference after that. i'm reading sources that are. creating a welcome to the respect of the russians the foreign minister in. question by. sort of running for a news network. so they think that that it will come to that mr i want to know what was the most important to the axis of negotiations during this round of talks and what issues did you come to agreement also for mr leverett a for my question is. as a member of entropy five plus one major is an effort school that may in order to
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better put into effect the geneva conference where they will be doing. that. thank you. so you. this questions that we have had today revolved around. long term and cited in compass of relation to iran and the russian federation. is numerated to end. what was the topic to reduce. the long term economic. cooperation. major global issues cooperation the nuclear.
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also. and i'm leery so. any importance to us in all these areas which is just. there in the first place and ordered to carry carry on to with political consultations with. the schedule and the timetable. sort of these consultations could be conducted much more extensively and more regularly and based on you know the organizing matter but from the officials of both countries. joint. parsers are both going through. various issues could be followed up that way and some other areas where you can. issues we agreed to have this joint this is the live news conference by the russian and ukrainian foreign ministers right now and you know english
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translation it's coming cassy. press t.v. thank you very much and of course will be keeping you updated on this developing story you're watching international still ahead for you this hour at dublin looting and spreads in argentina after police officers walks out of a low paid people up tweaking the chance taking the chance to rate supermarkets and homes across the country plus. i used to peek through here a lot more skeptical know these regulations proportionate. more rules less business u.k. employees complain brussels trade policies that post. in the future at risk all of us after the break. sigrid laboratory to mccurry was able to build the world's most sophisticated
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welcome back to all seem to national russia has promised to defend its national interests and security saying the arctic to an injury trajan is contested by many countries including canada which claimed a large area including the north pole for itself on monday. moscow says the sport is an extension of russia's continental shelf and conducted an expedition back in two thousand and seven to prove that it can paint culminated in russia planting its flag on the seabed beneath the north pole of the four thousand meters underwater also wants to step up its military presence in the region russia canada the us and norway and denmark all border the arctic which is believed to contain billions of dollars worth of oil and gas despite the posturing and leading canadian research believes common sense will prevail in. the future of the world economy to some
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extent is dependent on the arctic and i think you know russia and canada the united states and norway and denmark are very interested in exploiting these resources i think you know common sense will probably prevail in that you know that it's not the interest of any of these are countries to go to war over those resources and i think there is mechanisms at play through the arctic council through a number of different pre-treating processes for cooperation to get this resolved while the un convention on the law of the sea makes its decisions but i think the problem is that you know in the meantime countries can sometimes to play to the politics of their of their nations i think you know in russia we're seeing a military invasion of the arctic and care that we're seeing canada claim the north pole when in fact their scientific committee really didn't include in the draft that they were going to send to the united nations convention so this kind of
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posturing i think can be very dangerous. and online feel right now a renting prison cells on r.c. dot com will tell you when norway is planning to send its inmates with the country's prison simply running out of space. and a nice space maybe the wrong occasion a selfie taken by some top wild leaders during the memorial service have now. mandella causes an online stat. right from the sea. first street. and i think that you're. an army corps player. and instrument. the enemy.
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at least eleven people have died in argentina and a wave of looting and robberies in the midst of a police trying to pay the walkout began last week in one of the provinces before spreading to most of the country authorities say the west is treason and have accused police of holding the government to ransom punish correspondent ignacio you beer reports now from what has eyes. looting is spreading across the country as people take advantage of a police strike to smash their way into shops and steal whatever they can they've been seen making off with all sorts of goods like mobile phones much receipts and even beer some people are locking themselves in their homes and businesses and trying to keep out of the street others are arming themselves for their own security forces have been sent into some areas where by alliance has broken out and the government blames the situation on the looters it says they're trying to cause chaos before the thirtieth anniversary of argentina's return to democracy on
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tuesday this all started a week ago when police went on strike in the city of cordova in the center of the country two people died in the violence that broke out as mobs attacked stores and basically says the governor gave bin and double police pay to almost two thousand dollars a month to get them back to work strikes then spread and. now security forces in almost eighty percent of argentina's regions of the jobs crisis of retail goods are rising rapidly by twenty five percent each year making it difficult for many people to make do on small salaries this equation could get farther out of control right spread from police to nurses from other groups and lawyers by the government. and political analyst a drone cell but she says the government in argentina should have seen this coming . this is the result of thirty years of democracy so-called democracy because it's
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basically a system whereby people who are supported by the money powers finally get into power and they're specially ten years of the curious interim government that have done everything possible to lower the educational basis of the people as mom about the real needs of the people would rather common looting because they have been seeing so much government corruption deals with the huge dinners that in no way lol the people seem to be sitting well if they are stealing so many billions of dollars from government national provincial level maybe we should do the same. and some other news making global headlines right now u.s. lawmakers have reached a two year but you're dealing which will avoid another shutdown when government funding runs out in mid january when approved by congress there will be an easing of spending cuts and a significant reduction of the deficit the government shutdown enough sober hit america's economic reputation hard and sound at least eight hundred thousand
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federal employees home without pay. our loan has defended the french intervention in the central african republic as necessary during a visit to the country just hours earlier two french soldiers had been killed by a gun a time the u.s. is planning to send sixty million dollars in financial aid to the african union led mission foreign troops were first sound following the ousting of the country's president in march that triggered a deadly confrontation between muslims and christians. the e.u. is open borders promised members full access to the world's biggest market for anyone with something to sell but in the u.k. many fronts say the avalanche of rules imposed by brussels is making it hard to do any business at all point to buy a small or. simon york likes cheese he and his partners have built up a thriving businesses wholesalers of the stuff part of their success simon says is
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down to the single market importing french products or exporting british ones couldn't be easier were steered clear of american cars this inquiry's of the complexity of doing it for me how hard it is to export whereas here your goods very easy because you know you just make sure it's just a security guard and trying to transport is where it's abou diaby of the idea of what the price for this is well the key the cost and also it's distributed within and outside of britain and although the big cheese of this company says that being part of the e.u. brings much good benefits to the way that they export their own drugs nor will businesses in the u.k. a so called only european union. have come to a small movie in wales to talk to a business that says it's under threat because the restrictions being can fit in brussels james done with cells and electronic cigarettes online and in shops around
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wales the business is growing fast as most smokers try to kick the habit that brussels is trying to regulate the industry is considering costing the devices as medicinal products if the e.u. insists on regulating in cigarettes as medicinal products licenses for this stock would cost tens of millions of pounds the company would basically be out of business the problem is the cost and the bureaucracy involved it's just not possible for small or medium size companies to get these this license so what you'd be looking at is the big tobacco companies taking over their electronic cigarette industry of course they have the least motivation to push electronics industry forward james says the company. pays extra for short leases on my shop space in case the business is forced to shut down at any moment for since chamber of
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commerce say that companies complain increasingly about the burden of european regulation making them less competitive in the global market our use of preprogramed and i'm a lot more skeptical now these regulations is disproportionate they're going to force businesses out of business they're also potentially going to cost many millions of lives obviously that makes you more skeptical it is of course a case of apples and oranges or rather cheese handy cigarettes but a reminder about how differently the european union is viewed in british business. r.t. london. and coming up on l.c. international a look at the breathtaking stunts performed by kids in the circus and for you in the u.k. it's optional at times say his show going out to. right
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