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this is bbc america. live from london, bbc world news. hello. i'm nik gowing with bbc world news. our top stories. in ukraine, government forces move in on pro russian separatists in the east. president barack obama tells russia it's not doing enough to defuse the crisis. >> we have seen them not a bide by the spirit or letter of the agreement in geneva. afghan security guard kills three american doctors at a hospital run by a u.s. charity in kabul.
one year from the building collapse, victims wait for compensation. we ask why. and a trial in munich for bribery charges which he denies. hello everyone. let's start in ukraine where a tense standoff continues in several cities in the east of the country. the ukrainian government says it now has gained control in the east in the city at mariupol, a port from pro russian separatists holding the hull the last several weeks. in cities like slovyansk and donetsk, russian protestors
occupy government buildings after two weeks. the question remain, how much control does russia, in other words moscow, have over the pro-russian separatists in the cities like this in the east? president barack obama has accused russia for failing to respect the terms of last week's geneva agreement that seemed to offer a chance of defusing tension. >> we have seen them not a bide by the spirit or letter of the agreement in geneva. instead we continue to see militias and armed men taking over buildings, harassing folks who are disagreeing with them. >> this after warning from russia's foreign minister lavrov that will there will be a firm
response from russia if attacked. >> we will certainly respond. if our legitimate interest, interest of russians have been attacked directly like they were before for example, i don't see any other way but to respond in full accordance with international law. russian cities being attack aed is attack against the russian federation. meanwhile in neighboring poland to the west, and the three baltic former soviet states, nato is sending a clear message of concern about security threats from russia as well. the first of 600 troops is now in poland. poland's prime minister says the the real risk of eastern ukraine is breaking away. let's go live to to kiev to
david. is there any sign at all of pro russian acce russian separatists moving to back off? >> reporter: no, nik. just the opposite. neither seems to be backing down. tensions and actions are escalating further. as you mentioned we hear from the government they've retaken the city hall in mariupol. we also hear reports of extensive action around the town the pro russian gunmen and militants have taken over the police station and other buildings. the pro government forces have taken over a check point in the town and there are reports of extensive fighting. the reports of the fighting has not been confirmed. it is coming from numerous people around there including reporters who are on the ground. bbc has not been able to confirm
independently. obviously this is a potential, makes it more difficult to see this agreement in geneva being carried out now especially since we've been hearing the statements coming out of moscow and washington at this moment. >> david, what about the effectiveness of ukrainian forces and civilian forces given it was made clear after easter the counter terror operations was now back in business? >> reporter: that's right nik. they said they had gone on pa e pause. there was an incident easter sunday. the government said they were going to start the antiterrorist operation as they referred to it, again once easter holidays were over. there are great doubts on how successful this can be. we saw the beginning of this operation the previous week which ran into difficulty. the forces were surrounded by civilians, couldn't move
forward. in fact, a number of ukrainian military giving up their weapons and in fact the armed vehicles they were driving. there's a question now what they're going to do and in fact will they take another tactic. not to run into the difficulties they did before. >> the bbc david stern there in kiev. thanks for that update from kiev about what's happening in the east of the country. let's go to afghanistan where the u.s. embassy in kabul has confirmed three american doctors have been killed in an insider attack in a hospital run by the american christian charity cure, specializing in child and maternity health as well as general surgery. the attacker was a member of the afghan police force assigned to guard the hospital. the afghan interior ministry has released more details about the attack. >> this was an unfortunate
incident. the attacker was a police security guard that opened fire on foreign nationals who were there. three of them have been killed. one is injured. the injured has been taken to the hospital. the police have arrested the attacker as well. we will investigate to find out the motives behind this attack. >> let's go to bbc in kabul. what about the kind of hospital this is and the fact this is taken place? >> reporter: well this is a hundred bed hospital taken over by cure, this christian american c carolina -- american charity seven years ago. it provides health care to women and children. more importantly, american expert doctors treating patients
and also providing training and expertise to afghan colleagues. we have also learn ed from the interior ministry that family members of the member of the afghan public protection force are are questioned. the interior ministry is going through his file looking through his details, who vouched for him. who were the government employees that brought him in? was his mental state of health allowing him to serve in this hospital? as we speak, he's treated at the own hospital. he turned his gun on himself failing to kill himself. we're waiting for more details. this is a big blow to foreign aid colleagues that work in the health sector. i was able to speak to the health minister that said this is very unfortunate. health workers bring expertise
and a lot of help. we rely on them to treat in kabul and across the country. >> thank you for that. now on his first full day of a major tour of asia, are president barack obama restated u.s. support for japan. he'll visit malaysia and philippines but not china. one issue overshadows this trip. china's self confidence and island disputes with asian nations including japan. president barack obama has warned if china ever tries to take the islands which which the japanese call senkaku by force, the u.s. will help defend them. we have the latest from tokyo. >> reporter: in bright spring sunshine, president barack obama was welcomed to the imperial
palace in tokyo. it was a welcome filled with all the ceremony you expect for japan's most important ally. prime minister shinzo abe has pushed hard for this to be a state visit, first in 18 years. he wants to show china, japan and united states are united in the claims for the islands in the east china sea. in the joint press conference, mr. abe appeared to get that using the japanese name for the islands senkaku. preident obama said america would defend them. >> they have been administered by japan, and we do not believe that they should be subject to change unilaterally.
>> translator: any unilateral action to undermine the administration of this senkaku islands will be denied by the united states. we agree on this point. stop the hostile rhetoric and stop provoking china. >> in our discussions i emphasized the importance of resolving this issue peacefully, not escalating the situation. keeping rhetoric low, not taking provocative actions. >> here in japan, president barack obama cannot escape the crisis in ukraine. he was asked how he would respond to violence by russian backed militia in eastern ukraine. mr. obama said he's ready to impose fresh sanctions on russia in days. he accused vladimir putin for not sticking to spirit or letter
billion. that's all the money they took in in this three month period to march. it's up 72% on the same time last year. then came the news from another bigger giant. apple, look at. that this made a massive $45.6 billion over the same period. it's the best non holiday quarter ever thanks to booming sales of the iphone in particular in china. this is interesting to note. apple is splitting shares seven ways to wake them more affordable to small investors. an apple share you may be able to grab one $70 a share instead of paying $500 or so. it's returning another $30 billion to investors. all of this aimed to keep the shareholders happy basically. let's move on. euro tunnel benefitting from the
economy. sales rose 8% at the start of the year. more companies moved freight and goods through the tunnel between uk and france. on the euro train they also rose. more than half the traffic between britain and france prompting inquiry by competition watchdogs who fear customers could be getting a raw deal on stock in some ways. there you go. i don't know if this heard that mr. gowing. this man here, the new boss of microsoft, under the spotlight today. it will be wall street's first chance to quiz him on some of the more challenging parts of the businesslike the slowing pc sales and acquisition of nokia. microsoft said earlier this week it will close the controversial deal.
actually tomorrow, friday. we're talking $7.2 billion deal announced in september. it will bring nokia money losing hand set business under microsoft ownership to insure a continued supply of window based smart phones. follow me on twitter. that's it with the business. i was only joking by the way. >> grumpy? >> you? never. never. >> volcanos have nothing on you when it comes to corruptions. >> thanks aaron. stay with bbc news. still to come. a special report from tamil nadu. why the indian state is so important in the world's biggest election. i tell people it's for the climate. the conditions in new york state are great for business. new york is ranked #2 in the nation for new private sector job creation. and now it's even better because they've introduced startup new york - dozens of tax-free zones
ukraine's government has destroyed three check points manned by i illegal armed groups in the eastern city. up to five are described as terrorists were killed. three american doctors have been shot dead at a hospital in kabul. the hospital was run by a united states chair, cure. it is exactly a year since this. the collapse of the plaza closing factory with multiple factories in that building in bang desh that killed many people. not much has improved one year on. family members of those kill ready protesting this week. many have not received compensation. they're angry those responsible have not been punished.
let's go to the bbc. 15 million has been pledged. why have the families received nothing so far? >> reporter: this is a very complicated decision as leaders are saying. the compensation is complex thing. who's to blame for that? i was talking to the ilo. he was telling me everybody should take responsibility. they're blaming the owners. some say international buyers and brands take the responsibility for that. there's a group in bangladesh who says this is the government responsibility. what people are doing here this morning -- i'm standing in front of the rana plaza where building used to be. build are protesting behind me in the road. they're demanding punishment for people responsible for the
collapse and two, for legal compensation and three, safer work place in the industry. they're focussing on the issue. people say the authorities, not the government, factory owners or buyers. they're not giving attention to compensation issue. >> this is a major political issue. an election was boycotted a few months ago. how much is the problem that many of those industrialists with interest in factories are also leading politicians? >> reporter: you know, there are factory owners representing in the parliament office. [ inaudible ]
that is one thing. >> i'm sorry. we're going to have to leave you will there. the sound is broken up with those images of the protests this week about the nonpayment of compensation. now to the criminal trial involving the man that owns formula one motor racing. he's accused of paying to a banker during a take over deal in 2006. he's in court in munich in the south of germany. he denies the charges. well the bbc stephen evans in berlin is following the case. i asked for the background. >> it's complicated. the bank own aid good portion of it years ago and wanted to sell
it. munich want had the sell to go to a particular company to stay in charge of the business. the allegation is he then paid $44 million to one of the bankers in that bank to direct the sale in the direction he wanted it to go. the problem for him is that the banker has been found guilty already of having received the corrupt payments. he says sure, the money was paid but it was above board for understandable and legal reasons. that's the background to the case. the trial has just started. he is denying any wrong doing. before the formal start of proceeding, he seemed chipper, talking to lawyers, smiling for cameras which are allowed in. until the actual case starts. we have this process which will go on once a week so he can continue running the business
but over some months at the end of it, if found guilty, if his version of events is not accepted, then he faces a lengthy prison sentence at the age of 83 or what could be at that stage 84 years of age. >> let's go to wendy where 180 million are heading to polls to cast votes in the marathon general election. it will take five weeks to complete the process of electing a new government in the country. in a moment we go to mumbai where the polls opened several hours ago. in fact won't be going there. first, we report from the crucial state in the deep south. >> reporter: this is the main railway station. it's how most people enter the city, gate way to southern india and capital of the state, one of the most prosperous. it's home to the people with
distinct identity. the language is one of the oldest in the country, dating back 2, 500. there's things that are different. food, people are unlike the rest of the country prefer coffee over tea. lunch is served on leaves and politic, neither two national parties, congress led by gandhi and bjp led by modi. >> people often want rescue for them. two reasons, historically that's not possible because of history of the sentiment that has been in the past. also has to do with the fact i
don't think people here feel a government to be filled by somebody more confident. >> it's a win win situation as far as national parties are concerned and for the people. whichever party wins aligns with the national party. people are in power. >> it's so critical in these elections. it all boils down to numbers. india's parliament has 543 members. to win a majority, a party needs 272. there's 39 members being sent to parliament. it's a critical number. since 1984 no party has won outright majority and had to depend on smaller regional parties to put together a coalition. all eyes are on this woman,
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bbc world news. our top stories. as many as five people described by ukraine as terrorists killed as the government claims to have taken back check points in the east of the country. an afghan security guard kills three americans at a hospital run by a u.s. charity in kabul. president barack obama warns any seize of islands in japan leads to military involvement. one year on from the rana
plaza clothe clothing building collapse, victims wait for compensation. plus ecclestone goes on trial in munich to answer bribery charges which he denies. hello everyone. first breaking news from ukraine where the interim government has been moving to break a series of pro russian occupations in the east of the country. within the past hour, it says it's destroyed three check points manned by illegal arm add groups in the eastern city of slovyansk. ukraine describes them has terrorists. the ukrainian government says it has regained control of the city east of mariupol port. and regained control of pro
russian separatists. in slovyansk, donetsk, mass gunmen and protestors occupy government buildings after two weeks. they refuse to recognize ukraine's go. . the question remains, how much control does russia, moscow, have over the pro russian separatists in the east of ukraine? president barack obama has accused russia of failing to respect the terms of last week's geneva agreement which seemed to often hope for a chance at defusing tensions. >> we have seen them not a bide by the spirit or letter of the agreement in geneva. instead we continue to see militias and arm aed men taking over buildings, harassing folks who are disagreeing with them.
>> this after a warning from russia's foreign minister lavrov that there would be a firm response from russia if interest in eastern ukraine are a attack add. >> if attacked we would certainly respond. if our interests, legitimate interests, interests of russians have been attacked directly like they were for example, i don't see any other way but to respond in full accordance with international law. russian citizens being attacked is attack against the russian federati federation. mp meanwhile in neighboring poland here and three soviet states, nato is sending a clear message of concern about security threats in all these areas. first of 600 u.s. troops have now arrived in poland. poland's prime minister said
there was a real risk of eastern ukraine breaking away. well bbc david stern is now in the ukrainian capital kiev. he's been in the east the past few days. i asked about the tense stand offer between the government and pro russian separatists. is it still continuing? >> reporter: neither side seems to be backing down. if reports from the east now are true, it seems tensions and actions are escalating further. as you mentioned we've seen and hear from the government they've retaken the city hall. the town where pro russian militants and government have taken over police stations and other buildings. the pro government forces have taken over a check point out of the town. there are reports of extensive fighting. this should be said the reports of the fighting has not been confirmed. it isis coming from numerous
people including reporters on the ground. the bbc has not been able to confirm independently. obviously this is a potential -- makes it more difficult to see this agreement in geneva carried out now especially since we've been seeing and hearing the statements coming out of moscow and out of washington at this moment. >> david, what about the effectiveness of ukrainian forces and security forces given that it was made clear a couple of days ago after the end of easter the counter terror operations were back in business? >> reporter: that's right nik. they said they had gone on pause. there was an incident over the weekend in fact on easter sunday. the government said they were going to start the antiterrorist operation as they referred to it again once the easter holidays were over. of course there's great out dos on how successful this can be. we saw the beginning of the operations the previous week
that ran immediately into difficulties. forces were surrounded by civilians that couldn't move forward. in fact a number of ukrainian military giving up their weapons. in fact the armed vehicles that they were driving. there's a question now what they're going to do. in fact will they take another tactic not to run into the difficulties they did before. >> david stern in kiev. in the last few minutes from moscow, russian president vladimir putin said if ukrainian government is using the army against its own people, there would be serious consequences. he called it a serious crime against its own people. he added the dialogue is needed. the u.s. embassy in kabul in afghanistan has confirmed three american doctors have been killed in an insider attack at a hospital in the afghan capital run by the american christian charity cure.
it specializes in child health and maternity. the police force was the attacker who was assigned to guard the hospital. a fourth was wounded in the attack. we have an update on what happened at the. >> reporter: this was a hundred bed hospital taken over by cure, christian charity, seven years ago. this is popular from the districts in kabul. it provides health care to women and children. more importantly it had american expert t doctors who were both treating patients and also providing training and expertise to afghan colleagues. we have learned from the ministry, family members of the member of the afghan public protection force are being questioned. interior ministry is going through his file looking through his details, who were the tribe
who vouched for him, two government employees that brought him in. was his mental state of health allowing him to serve in this hospital? as we speak, he's treated at the same hospital. he turned his gun against himself failing to kill himself. we're waiting for the interior ministry to come with more details. this is a big blow to the confidence of foreign aid workers in kabul especially the health sector. i was able to speak to the health ministry who said this is very unfortunate. all foreign expert health workers we rely on their help to treat patient in kabul and across the country. >> president barack obama restated support for japan in the next few days. he'll visit malaysia and
philippines but not china. the increasingly tense island disputes with asian nations between china and japan is a reason. obama warned if chinese ever try to take the japanese islands, the u.s. will help defend them. his warning has been issued already. >> reporter: in bright spring sunshine, president barack obama was welcomed to the imperial palace in tokyo by the emperor and em press. it was the welcome you would expect for japan's largest ally. the first visit by the u.s. president in 18 years. he wants to show china that japan and america are united in
opposing beijing claims to japanese controlled islands in the east china sea. at their point press conference, mr. abe appeared to get exactly that using the japanese name for islands, president barack obama said america would defend them. >> historically they have been administered by japan. we do not believe that they should be subject to change yuan laterally. >> translator: any unilateral action to undermine the administration of the islands will be opposed by the united states. we agreed on this point. >> reporter: president barack obama had a message for mr. abe. stop hostile rhetoric and stop provoking china. >> in our discussions i emphasized resolving this
peacefully, not taking rhetoric, provocative actions. president barack obama could not escape the questions about the conflict in ukraine. mr. obama said he's ready to impose fresh sanctions on russia within days. he accused russia's president vladimir putin for not sticking to spirit or letter of agreement signed in geneva last week. bbc world news in tokyo. sit exait is exactly a year the collapse of the building including several clothing factories that killed 1,100 people. the attention was brought to clothing business and retailers.
compensation. family members say they're not getting compensation from government or factory owners. the compensation has not been made available for them. i've seen labor organizations chanting against the government factory owners. they're demanding safer work place in the government industry and future. now to the criminal trial involving the man that owns formula one motor racing. bernie is under trial in germany accused of paying bribes to a banker in 2006. he says he will vigorously defend the case and denies all charges. stephen edwards is monitoring the trial in munich from berlin. he gave me the background to the case. >> reporter: background is complicated. a bank owned pay good chunk of
formula one and wanted to sell it. bernie wanted that to go to a particular company to stay in charge of the business. the allegation is he paid $44 million to bankers in that bre var yan bank to prevent the sale. the banker has been found guilty of having received the corrupt payments. he says sure the money was paid, but it was completely above board for understandable and legal reasons. so that's the background to the case. the trial has just started. as you say, he is denying any wrong doing. before the formal start of proceedings, he seemed pretty chipper, talking to lawyers, smiling for cameras which are allowed in until the actual case starts. we have this process which will go on once a week so that he can
continue running the business but over some months at the end of it, if found guilty, if his version of events is not accepted, then he faces a lengthy prison sentence at the age of 83 or what could be at that stage 84 years of age. >> stay with us here on bbc world news. still to come, special report from tamil nadu. why the indian state is so important in the biggest general election. we're live in mumbai. ♪ velocity 1,200 feet per second. [ man #2 ] you're looking great to us, eagle. ♪ 2,000 feet. ♪ still looking very good. 1,400 feet. [ male announcer ] a funny thing happens when you shoot for the moon. ahh, that's affirmative. [ male announcer ] you get there. you're a go for landing, over. [ male announcer ] the all new cadillac cts, the 2014 motor trend car of the year.
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warned of a serious crime if the government used the army against its own people. three american doctors have been shot dead at a hospital in kabul. the attack was carried out by an afghan security guard. it was run by the u.s. charity cure. to india where another 180 million are heading to the polls to cast their votes in the country's mammoth general election. it takes five weeks to complete the process of electing this new government across the hull of india. in a moment we'll be live from mumbai and business center. first the political crucial state. >> this is the main railway station. it's how most people enter the city, gate way to india and second largest economy. it's home to the people with
distinct identity. the language is one of the oldest in the country dating back 2,500 years. it has a rich history they're proud of. there are things different. the food. the fact people here industry coffee over tea. lunch is served on leaves. the politics, neither two national parties, congress led by gandhi and bjp led by modi here. >> for two reasons. one is that historically that is not possible because of history of the state of antisentiment that's been in the past.
also has to do with the fact i don't think people here feel a government factor filled by somebody more competent from elsewhere. >> it's a win win situation as far as national parties are concerned and the people. whichever party wins aligns with the national party. the people are always in power. >> reporter: the turnout is so critical. it all boils down to numbers. parliament has 543 members. to win a majority, a party needs 272. they are sending 39 members to parliament. it's a critical number because since 1984 no party has won an outright majority and had to depend on smaller regional party as to put together a coalition. that's why all eyes are on this
woman. she's a former actress and politician today. she has a strong showing in the polls and could hold the key to the next government. >> let's sample the atmosphere. we can go to two big commercial centers. big commercial center in the west of the country. i'd like to ask you both the same question. what's your impression of how the governing party is doing ten years after first elected? >> reporter: well, this city which has six mp to parliament, it's been strong for allies. all with congress led coalition. this time bjp is trying to make
way. people are fed up with what's been happening over ten years. they want better jobs. these are things that came around. perhaps they're voting for a change. what that change is we don't know. we'll find out 16th of may. we're in a suburb off mumbai. a famous indian actor lives nearby. he cast a vote early this morning. another one down the road from us, he will soon be casting his vote. glamour in mumbai around elections. a grim situation nearby, dozens of farmers are committing suicide because of a hailstorm that destroyed all their crop a month ago. from this election, what they're really hoping for is some help from the government. i traveled to central russia. this is what i found. >> actually i was going to ask
the same question if i may about congress. what's your impression having been there and elsewhere many the election, how about congress is fairing ten years into government? >> reporter: well, nik, i'm in the institution in chennai. we've had a steady stream of votersxd coming in. it's been hot. we've crossed the 60% mark. we have hours left before the polls close. as you heard from the report earlier, all national parties have to rely with regional partner if it wants support from this part of india. congress had a strong part here, regional called dmk. this time they were fighting elections without a partner. consensus here is they're facing a tough battle. the fight is between the two main regional partners.
bjp is trying to make end roads here as well. it's found itself smaller partners to try to piggy back on. that's really the strategy for the national parties. again, when you travel around the country and come down here, the consensus from voters is largely the same. everyone is looking for change. they're worried about the state of the economy. as we pointed out nik, this is a major economic center. this is the second biggest economy in the country. people are concerned the the economy is not growing fast enough. it's a big hub for south japanese companies. all have massive plans here. they're facing a bit of trouble. everyone wants government at the federal level to help companies move along. big companies want to make it easier to operate here. the voter wants simple things like jobs. in this part of the country, power is a big issue. >> the same question to both of
you. brief me if you can. >> modi, chief minister of the state, is it clear what he stands for and what bjp under him stands for? 30 seconds please. >> reporter: well at least here in mumbai, people believe he stands for development. this is the business capital. top business leaders live in this city. most of them believe what he's done, the way he's able to develop the infrastructure and the fact it doesn't have deficit is something they'd like to see around the country. that's what he's selling. that's what business people are certainly buying. >> same question to you. is it clear, modi, chief minister with a certain way of doing poll ticks, what he stands for and what bjp under him would be in government? >> reporter: i think there are a lot of open questions about what bjp under him would look like in government. what is clear is that here, modi
is a name everybody recognizes. everybody is interested seeing what he would do if he comes to power. interesting enough, the politician here was hoping to do business with modi. the one thing she's saying in the campaign is modi may have done well in jobs but i've done pretty well as well. >> interesting there in indian politicians. outside that polling station in mumbai. thank you very much both of you in the heat of india both political and physical. finally t main news at this hour. in ukraine, interior ministry says forces are engaged with troops. it says five were killed described as terrorists at check
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hello. you're watching "gmt" on bbc world news. i'm tim willcox. our top stories. the summit, obama commits the barrier to japan's defense as the row over the disputed islands continues. >> all of us have responsibilities to help maintain basic rules and international order. ukrainian forces move in on the strong hold of slovyansk. up to five pro russians have been killed. president putin warns of serious