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for the full story we've got. the biggest issues get the human voice face to face with the news makers. you're watching our live from moscow let's now take a look at our top stories and first off the view of russian president dmitry medvedev in the wake of a terror attack on moscow's biggest airport that killed at least thirty five and injuring one hundred eighty dozens of people remain hospitalized in critical condition and a suicide bomber is believed to be behind it and experts say international terrorism orchestrated the a tap. musicals and that all those responsible for taking decisions so diligent about hear more of its management must be brought to account. and the new
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russian american strategic arms reduction treaty is in the homestretch the state duma in moscow prepares for the final reading to ratify it after months of discussion and a man and. an organ trafficking accusations against the highest ranking officials of cost of art to be discussed in the council of europe as it sits down to debate a report by a swiss investigator. our correspondent spoke to today iran's and going to the international atomic energy agency and he has called on international powers to supply of fuel for iran's nuclear reactor otherwise it will use its own and ridged iranian which would prove to be a barrier for further talks and watch the full interview right now. you characterize sanctions imposed on your country as illegal is there any proof of that and you have the what. the heart of that is. based on the four pieces
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of evidence announced in vienna i mean team that the reason they opposed the national sanctions on us is illegal i ask international lawyers to correct me if i'm wrong because in proof number one they impose sanctions not comply with pasta policy of the charter international inspectors have visited the reactors they have documentation and samples of the tests if they found inconsistency they would have sounded really word to the agency's director they just the director would have presented the report today i manage my watch and which of presenting the report to the security council that never took place in iran in two thousand and three would discuss these issues with the i.a.e.a. director and inspectors on of them side to work and one consistency is more inspections were performed with three european states france the u.k. and germany with the assistance of the usa put pressure on the i am here and report was given to the security council that's out of accord with the decision of the
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i.a.e.a. and its charter secondly a report as presented to the i.a.e.a. management team in place there is evidence of changing of the nuclear program work for military purposes but in reports presented by the agency over the past eight years there was always a phrase stating the openness of their iran nuclear program pursuing military aims not been detected and i appeal to this team viewers to read the reports on the i wept site on the internet iran does not violate any laws and reports should not be presented to the management chain and thirdly if a state does not let inspectors onto its territory and the reactor stereotype. or interferes with their work the issues you would be the security council i'd like to was with north korea where it's a different situation with iran and iran inspectors did their job and agency's director confirmed this but they were not truthful and lastly on the decision of
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sanctions prepared by three countries before it was sent to be your one there was a very important phrase the discontinuation of uranium enrichment was voluntarily and not obligatory by law this phrase appears in the decree under pressure from the countries which is not joining us so how can they say that we're born in guns the law will we stop to remember each time there is fond reactor but they want us to stop their nuclear research. have it at the cottage because there were many reports about a virus found in the realities and bullshit and it sounds to me how could it get into the computer system of iran's reactions and how did you fix it and have and who did you blame saw me donny haas get bass of us that it you know that they have been speaking a binary virus on our computer system for several years some invented viruses either find ways to resist them our computer system continues to work and your premium in richmond continues without any problems but this fire is did not affect
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anything even the centrifuge my commision which usually makes one thousand revolutions per second in the bush era power plants are france specialist from russia together with their rain and scientists control the process and have the system it's possible to do americans and there's rarely is or trying to stop or nuclear program they fail to do so by the means of sanctions and other china to do it with the help of by isis or by man as of terror actions and attempts on the lives of the scientists the entire world countdown that because everyone respects scientists for the world's wealth this only street and the determination of the reign of peoples our people carefully check on their rights fulfillment and we continue to corporate with the i.a.e.a. . in iraq. about the ten around react you need you can continue working with this power plant what are the details of this reactors operation which you are allowed to share and adopt model that the muscle that act on it. is for the to chronic power plant which was built by the americans before the revolution back then i mean
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before the revolution i worked for that i am not here agreement on your fuel production was signed back then but unfortunately the us did not allow the correspondent company to pass this fuel to watch although we already paid over two hundred million dollars for it to did not give us the fuel or return the money twenty years ago i was iran's representative and i and i as the director general are very going to station to ask other countries to help us get the fuel but none of them agreed at that time argentina analysis that it had succeeded in the iranian enrichment on its own we signed an agreement never sends to iran and reactor it on working on argentina on fuel received with the i.a.e.a. has ears assistant in two thousand and nine we submit an application to mr by day the director general of the i.a.e.a. and ask for fuel and then the go she was with russia france and the us we agreed under sea world if you will but they put forward
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a condition that apart from my need we were to give them a low enriched uranium in the equivalent of the sun and so we worked under the supervision of the i ninety eight and were prepared that russia would give the fuel to france in order to charge for not a nuclear fuel bottles but they did not agree to that before the signing of the to conscientious and the president said we had to stand. on turkey we were ready to resume talks it was a huge country and we agreed to give turkey one hundred years of low english to rename to receive back from eight hundred and twenty kilos of twenty percent enriched uranium then russia was to give it to france so that it would transform it into nuclear fuel buyers could. have become a great i can show you a shot we have to enrich uranium up to twenty percent on our own fortunately we have forty kilos of highly enriched uranium and we can form a nuclear fuel of ours but i said in my words were misinterpreted some reports that
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in a piece we produce nuclear fuel on our own talks will be useless time flies by fast so before it's too late let's gather the negotiations to provide us with the fuel for them to cry on reactor which is designed for an article of human carrion perhaps it is designed to cheat one man any cancer patients this fact is to be a stimulus for russia america and france to show their political battle for talks on the basis of that to crohn's agreement but that the contrary is still on the table and what i have to be some arraigning officials point to the fact that the west does its best to prevent iran from possessing odd nuclear technology including nuclear arms and all the other nuclear power stations on iranian territory and your opinion is that so and if yes how can you comment on the position of the west not to be mad well of on a yank what that process has say i'm an expert in nuclear power and i tell you that the nuclear technology is an indicator of progress i doubt relevant if a country wants to enter the sphere of nuclear technology to build
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a reactor or obtain a nuclear program and must use the best professionals and engineers this country will develop and work using highly precise parameters and figures the development will go fast. that's the reason why i am not surprised by the fact that iran lived amid satellite and space iran is a country of development of technologies and that's the food of obtaining nuclear technologies a country is entering the nuclear field will have high tech industry and its universities will be at the higher level too the country will become the leading one some countries do not want to iran to be among the leaders and be strong in a sphere of technology so they know that we do not want to have nuclear weapons but they do not want us to. become strong in the spheres of technology. if i thought i was a future of the iranian nuclear program do you see what's around to do and the end . you know we hope that the countries which committed
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a historic mistake them involved the year one and that will admit to this fact we demanded they should stop talks in the north as soon as possible so there will be able to be no corporation with the height of the topic they're discussing there is a fiction about a laptop a line to be the west we hope that our friends including about shock will assist freezing detoxed a moment let us think that i am a prisoner and of america will not going to but i spat political organization as a responsible state we are ready for all kinds of corporation we hope that talks are not clear from the for them to find reactors will become a new way to diplomacy with hope but they will listen far and eyes are on the moon from confrontation all sanctions to constructive for precision of compliance with the i.a.e.a. you some of us. thank you very much. wealthy
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british. markets why not. find out what's really happening to the global economy with mike's cause or there are no holds barred look at the global financial headlines tune into kaiser report. what's the strangest attempt of a military takeover of. the u.s.
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president trying to overthrow a foreign country's government but his strategic game was lost. and america recognized its defeat. question is if cuba managed to cope with its victory all don't. forget autumn. i leave you think you are you go but the rajab either live in the cuban missile crisis games and reality t.v. .
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more news today violence has once again flared up the film these are the images the world has been seeing from the streets of canada after. china operations are offered a. chance
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to be so much brighter. about sons from funniest impressions. starts on t.v. don't come. these
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intervals are meant to teach all those responsible for taking decisions. it's managed. and that's the view of russian president dmitry medvedev in the wake of a terror attack on moscow's biggest airport that killed at least thirty five and injuring one hundred eighty dozens of people remain hospitalized in critical condition a suicide bomber is believed to be behind it and experts say international terrorists orchestrate of the attack. the new russian american strategic arms reduction treaty is in the homestretch the state duma and moscow prepares for the final reading to ratify it after months of discussion and a man. and organ trafficking accusations against the highest ranking officials of
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casa are to be discussed in the council of europe as it sits down to debate a report by swiss investigators. now it's time for the sports update do you know neil don't go away. yes this is sports really i mean these are some of the stories we're covering this are. full steam ahead defending champion roger federer blitzes his way into the extremely open semifinals at the expense of compact. final russian football champions and he moved to within the game of the year for silverware following up to no win over persepolis in the bike. games it's pittsburgh versus green bay in the super bowl this year following the n.f.l. conference. let's start. roger
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federer is on track for his twenty third major final dispatching compactor franca in the quarterfinals federer aiming to become the only player in open history to win five titles in melbourne a couple of swiss fans in attendance simply hoping to see their first ever grand slam last a clash between. the founding champion federer and st semi appearance was at stake. six shell shocked the brink of more of the same in the ensuing sets with the maestro orchestrating another impressive win six one six three six three. over the doubles partner going with the frankie. later world number three novak djokovic to join federer in the last for two thousand and eight winner of melbourne park
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a tough task ahead though in the form of a six seeded czech thomas. over the women's side of beef in the first period with her semifinal berth the chinese taking care of me. shop as victor in the previous trial i was under a peck of h. in straight sets while world number one caroline wozniacki is fighting to keep in the tournament the dana set down against francesca schiavone with the store in the second actually they've just tied it was an iraqi is one two one game for the good i should say in the third set. that match ongoing heralded one of the biggest celebrations in recent russian memory and now it's official the eyes have been dotted on the t.'s crossed as fifa hundred over the rights to the twentieth in world cup finals to russia in st petersburg on sunday richard poor fleet was there for us this was before marcy kaptur almost two years of work for a russian bid committee as the country officially received the right to host the
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two thousand and eighteen world cup. it is a great moment for a fee for but it's also a great moment for russia when. coming together here. to put the no official signature. on the decision taken by the. executive committee on the second of december last year. to in the election more than a vote in the election to give the organization of. twenty eighteen to the russian football union russia of course one but votes ahead of the likes of england and spain and portugal and see the president is confident the right decision was made to bring football's biggest event to eastern europe the first time all the russian people. to
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have now the right to privilege but also their responsibility to organize. us flagship which is people spoke up i'm sure that our decision was to write one and witness an absolute outstanding cooperation between the fifth. and the russian football union and the local organizing committee work now starts in earnest for russia as they prepare to host what will be the country's biggest ever sporting event in seven years time and of its c.e.o. aleksey said all kin of the russian delegation will meet with fifa soon for the first steps will be taken to get everything up and running we are finishing up the formation of the organizing meeting next week a delegation. of future organizers will be in three four to find the specifics of
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the next steps that they have to be taken here parameters. for the future world cup putting the organization aspects marketing sponsorship for security finance everything. once we get back to the services having settled obviously those who will stop start work immediately like were promised three third been a lot of concerns about racism in the hooliganism in russia after a number of high profile incidents recently for vitali mccaw who is one of the fief executive committee members says this problem will be tackled crises more they're pleased with what's in their lives when racism the nationalism don't have a nationality the thing is that there should be some tolerance and we can use the world cup for this sport in general helps cultivate tolan's and country it is and i think it's unique because when an athlete win something for his country nobody pays attention to his nationality people just forget about nationality and a proud of his victory and of course lee support him and his achievements after the
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signing ceremony blatter attended the final of the c.i.s. cup which pitted azerbaijan's interest in check for bella reuss which thankfully played indoors given that outside the temperature was minus fifteen the formalities have been completed and now russia can get on with the task of preparing to host the two thousand and eighteen world cup seven years very this will be no easy task as numerous stadiums have to be belt of the country's infrastructure has to be completely upgraded bridges are both laid out in some people. now it's a neat spirit weren't in st petersburg to witness not handover instead they were busy qualifying for the final of the by cup. knew exactly what was necessary going into their last game against around persepolis. and they were ready for this final against saudi arabian champions and our thing started writing for the russians. alexander project off the slopes home with a little help from the persepolis defense no one became to eleven minutes from time
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a full house from shay's resigned finds alice on the rez enough to lose it in the pocket so yes some of the city's not the first type of the season i ninety minutes away from. moving to chelsea thrush bolton for now on monday it marks the first time since october the blues have managed to string together two straight wins in the premier league this fight undergoing a relatively visible run of form recently chelsea went into the clash with high hopes of they haven't lost the reebok stadium in. the a drug with the nerves of eleven minutes in the thirty yard score before farnham alluded to double the visitors' advantage four minutes from the break a similar pattern followed suit in the second half with calls from nicolas anelka and ramirez putting the tie to bed sheltering me in fourth four points behind manchester. over an american football we now know who'll be slugging it out for
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super bowl honors this year the green bay packers in the pittsburgh steelers tench in the n.f.c. and a.f.c. titles respectively on sunday even sikorsky refuse how the night unfolded. but. other than. his. test. for. the defense of captain. the. tackling linebacker. terms of. the free. intercepting the ball.
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field. that proved to be the final. ask. the back or something. the first half to forget for the. break mark sanchez. sanchez visibly shaken. the.
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second half. the first half hamstring injury making the score twenty four and nineteen that was the final difference however as antonio brown made a crucial first down catch which allowed pittsburgh to the clock so another lamar hunt trophy for the a.f.c. winning steelers and a chance now to win their third super bowl in six years. gorski archie. seraph i'll be back in just under two hours time with more sport where weather is coming up just around the corner now the. hunger for the full story we've got it first has the biggest issues get a human voice face to face with the news makers. what's the
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strangest attempt of a military takeover of. the u.s. president trying to overthrow a foreign country's government but his strategic games must. undergo a recognized it's difficult. question if cuba managed to cope with its victory all don't talk to all call god pick i leave you go but the roger. the cuban missile crisis games and reality t.v. . is the.
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