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four thirty am in moscow these here are jihad lines three months on from the fukushima nuclear disaster in japan public anger at the concealment the true size of the catastrophe spills on to the streets as people demand action to end the ongoing crisis in march a huge tsunami swept ashore leaving tens of thousands dead and damaging the fukushima reactors. powerful dangerous possibly illegal that's the view of activists protesting the secretive meeting of some of the world's most influential political and financial leaders at the annual builder bird conference the group claims it offers a useful forum for people in the positions of influence to discuss problems
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candidly outside the media glare. he looks at the large scale modernisation the russian city of sochi is undergoing to make the twenty fourteen paralympic games easily accessible for spectators and participants alike russia's paralympic team has long been placed near the top of the leaderboard at the vancouver games won a total of thirty eight medals twelve of them gold. coming up how do emergency services work in the russian capital find out next in moscow. hello and welcome to the show on this week's program we'll be taking a look at what to do in an emergency here in the russian capital. i'm going to
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services plus a few others and we have a new building of the european medical center. the private clinic has two locations the regional building. and the building located near prospect. are in the city center the e.m.c. here is at the forefront of medical care in russia as one of the first private health centers in russia the clinic comes with more than twenty years of tradition and history. says that it has the country's best operating rooms and intensive care units. twenty four diagnostic department and inpatient and outpatient center children and adults. who are in safe hands with a team. we have. seen around the clock. we have. and although the center here is
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private things are looking up to state when hospitals and clinics to prime minister vladimir putin announced a large scale health care reform. allocates billions of rubles in the next few years to improve health care in the country the aim of most school become a major medical destination for treatment and standards that so many state institutions have a long way to go. the m. c. on the other hand is a different story the european medical center has more than one hundred fifty doctors in both locations i'm from english french german and spanish they speak a range of languages they also pride themselves in the best services and standards the latest technologies and western style personal approach.
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makes up all the. who'll be officially changed here now some west it is i agree my school heard about the fourth of them here in the russian capital but i can honestly say that having lived here for six years i haven't encountered them once well until now for me. so in handbags traffic offenses last post incidents like this happen in every corner of the worlds. it's useful to everyone to have a photocopy of your documents. number from the place if you have any travel insurance claims. to control him he is dealing with various issues from traffic problems to accidents. crime cases. tells of corruption in the history of strict control in the soviet times i agree it is easy to be scared of the police force in russia my suggestion is just stay out of
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trouble don't argue if you ever encounter a conflict the subject of bribes still comes up in twenty eleven i say. it's worse for me that again i don't drive. around sydney. which holds the key to the organization of the entire workforce over one hundred thousand people in the place. i think that the russian capital is far safer than many other major cities around the world take power from a really well this call center here is staffed by twenty five operators number to call is zero to alice with the girls even speak english however if any ex-pats overseas his assistants while they are here it's also recommended that i contact the. embassies as well just in the responsibilities of all officers include gathering information from civilians calling on regarding accidents and crimes
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registered on this information processing it and passing it on to territorial subdivisions who send the nearest police crew to the scene. q. so what other services are enough in the capital has five rescue center deals with many kinds of emergencies including building collapses and potential radiation and chemical attacks teams are also trained to work on cars and railway accident scenes one of the priorities of the rescue is is to rise to measure the site soon as possible as many lives can be saved if first aid is provided immediately. in a city with busy traffic it's not always easy to get around in this case a few special rescue teams and christmas cycles.
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and the reality is it's high rise buildings. so for those who need help on the upper floors special rescue equipment used i decided to take united stylists which rises up to ninety meters. and of course let's not forget about rescue as these trained dogs that help find people. twenty two divisions a special feature of the center. of professionals very tough cookie patients farming. in the summertime many people trying to get to the city's
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beaches and lakes to rest relax and swim part of the water can often be calming a nice but. with this in mind such rescue service. a special teams cd with collision accidents on the water competitions among such lifeguards are often. not only testing the rescue skills but also helping them train until faster in real emergency situations. unfortunately it's impossible to guarantee a high level of safety and everywhere in the russian capital. hundred thirty eight various water reservoirs including one hundred fifteen small rivers and streams stretch of the moscow river alone in the city's territories seventy five kilometers . some people to swim only in those waters where security can be avoided.
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and that it should it needs help there are various battery clinics in the city center which you can call twenty four hours a day and appointments at the clinic or even at your apartments. this one here is located next to the famous in the cooling system for. the animals to be treated by the very special vets here for almost a century. a dog or a cat can't complain headache or that they don't feel well so the most important thing is to find out what's wrong with the animal and make the diagnosis correctly for that's we make all the tests needed to provide such examinations x. rays ultrasound on other. millions of people. in hundreds of buildings in the fiber. city. driving capitals has its has its charms. i've been invited
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to take a look at the station here. it's calm and relaxed the next day can be. chaos and whatever time of day. it's. the fifth. in traffic accidents.
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three months on from the fukushima nuclear catastrophe in japan public anger at the concealment of the true size of the disaster spills onto the streets as people demand action to end the ongoing crisis in march a huge tsunami swept to shore leaving tens of thousands dead and damaging the fukushima reactors. powerful dangerous possibly illegal that's the view of activists protesting the secretive meeting of some of the world's most influential political and financial leaders at the annual builder heard on the group claims it offers a useful forum for people in influential positions to discuss problems candidly outside the media's glare. and our team looks at the large scale modernization the russian city of sochi is undergoing make the two thousand and fourteen paralympic
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games easily accessible for participants and spectators alike russia's paralympic team has long been near the top of the leaderboard ben cooper twenty ten. won a total of thirty eight medals twelve of them gold. and speaking of sports kate partridge is up next with the latest stay with us. hello welcome to the sports areas and these are the top stories. a thousand days to go the can down the such a winter paralympics hits take a long walk as a games ambassador provide inspiration for the disabled. while imperious andy murray cruises past four time champion andy roddick a child who thinks on that base outside of james ward to reach the final at queen's . red bull flying again sebastian vettel takes his six pole
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position for seven races ahead of sunday's canadian crown cray. but first there are one thousand days to go before the twenty fourteen winter paralympics in sochi and russia's world record holding swimming champion a lesser bloody killer spent the day meeting physically challenged people and talking about how she ever came her own horrific injury to become an olympic champion of it but only on reports. the june two thousand and eight the paralympic games will russia's illicit world begin a struggled and so the new world record in the women's one hundred meter breaststroke wood was even more marketable is that the twenty three year old did sue just five months after she'd lost her left arm in a car accident while she was a whole day in thailand and prior to that had contemplated quitting the sport the victory was a triumph of mental strength and she's always ready to share her thoughts with
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those we desperately needed the swimmers know embezzler for the sort of twenty fourteen olympics and with one thousand days to go to the games physically disabled people in one of the most is rehabilitation centers at the chance to see and hear firsthand what it takes to excel the children. of overcoming injuries and winning. the sport is what brought me back to life and made it worth living i managed to return to swimming and win the paralympics that's what inspired me and gave me strength i discovered a new world new people and new goals to achieve. having got to know oliseh. in the engines of whole band which consists of hearing impaired youngsters even those who once might have lost hope might get it back. i believe it's my duty to share my experience and views with anyone who is interested no matter if they have disabilities or not for some of them it could be really encouraging me i know it
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works as i've seen it with my own eyes many times it's like it's very nice and she's a great example for all of us some people would have given up but once they saw her and you her story they didn't she helps us change our life so well done anita. despite her achievements many would still call people like. disabled but in many respects they prove to be more able than all of us. forty and that's cute. tennis now and andy roddick won't be adding a record fist queen's club title to his collection after the american crashed out to local favorite andy murray in the semifinals in west london queens is one of roddick's favorite tournament spots the four time champion could do little against murray he was the faster out of the blocks the while the before breaking roddick straight away to seize the initiative and the scot never looked back the cigar did this is a weapon the american is known for his big serve but could only manage
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a paltry three aces. thirteen to suit the first set six three and the two thousand and nine champion went on to got beat up six three six one in just under an hour as an error prone roddick fails to find his way back into the match. i well next up the morning is joe wilfried tsonga he marched up fourteen aces in his straight set win against local hopeful the other two hundred fifteen james moore after losing the first set six three the lesser known britain did put up strong resistance in the second set he stormed to a four one lead but still lost in a tie break to it sarah will be aiming to clinch his first title in over twenty months after also humbling world number one rafael nadal in the last eight. i. four men are now reigning champion sebastian vettel has taken his six pole out
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of seven races after the german prevailed in qualifying for the canadian grand prix the red bull driver suffered a hefty crash during second practice but he recovered well after that is to take control of the pre-race build up sharing the front row with him will be two time former champion from under long as i want is for our team make the leap a massive with third fastest ahead of the other red bull man mark webber russian batali petrov rounded off the top ten in his running. time in the meantime there's a miraculous escape early in the limo insurance race in france just fifty minutes into the twenty four hour event. twice former champion alan rickman wrote off his audi the scot picked a car while overtaking and went on to hit the barrier in spectacular fashion luckily mcnish emerged from the wreckage fully conscious and seemed to have got away with just bumps and bruises it was still taken to hospital checks. now why motor g.p. former champion casey stoner has taken pole for the british grand prix at silverstone history in piled more pressure on jorge lorenzo with the defending champion
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starting from third place on the grid behind it was marco simoncelli pulses a stoner is just seven points behind needed lorenzo in the standings. while inside the two show right at joachim rodriguez has triumphed at the penultimate stage of the criteria and you don't need a race in france saturday's ride was tainted by a freak accident spain's there hit the ground after a couple of cows caused havoc on the road and he had to pull out however his countryman rodriguez fed better crossing the line thirty one seconds ahead of ray banks robert guessing if you're going to fund and broke of belgium eight seconds further back britain's bradley wiggins finished sixth but increased his overall lead to one minute and twenty six seconds of could del evans. golf now in england's robert rock has remained on course to clinch his maiden title on the european tour by stretching his lead to two strokes after round three of the italian open rock hit five bird is while dropping just one shot to card sixty eight on the day and
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he's top of the leaderboard on sixteen under six players are behind on fourteen number including a local paper francesco molinari also in the chasing pack of jane recruit the south african double bogey at the fourth hole you need to be made up for the split with an eagle on the fifth. now they say it's never too late but swimming champion janet evans is aiming to return to the olympics at the age of thirty nine america's former great is back in the pool and taking part in her first competitive meeting the fifteen years old when. a qualifying the next from this london olympics the freestyle swimmer retired after the nine hundred ninety six games in atlanta it's five and medals and seven world records to hand them one of those records into the beijing games three years ago and other such features would be a huge undertaking but with high tech swimsuits out of the games evidence insists age is just a number. i've got in shape really fast and i've been doing really well and i
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certainly don't feel like i was forty one in the pool i feel kind of like i used to and i think of a pretty good shape finally to basketball as twenty four year old sensitiveness i must go has being back on a visit to russia after starting to make headway with his new n.b.a. side the denver nuggets before the close of the season so we're on course or ever went to chat to the st petersburg native who stands at two meters and sixteen centimeters in height. despite it's not quite making it to the top of the bill just yet city my famous golf had already managed to make the headlines in north america he became part of a blockbuster multiplayer trade i saw him move to denver nuggets and carmella to the new york knicks well mozzies new team were knocked out of the first playoff round in the n.b.a. giving him an opportunity to visit home and prepare for the upcoming european championship in lithuania winning the continental trophy in twenty eleven automatic
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qualification for the london olympics you know. i can't make any promises in regards to the euro basket but i can say that i'm sure the guys will perform at their best and no one will cut corners and i think that the foundry cure and i encourage joins us will have better chances because of his experience will be a great help despite leaving russia still has a large fan base said his previous club called him mas he keeps in touch with them through his online blog and those lucky enough may even catch one of his master classes in the russian capital but where are the fans and. i was dedicated in russia or the united states. when i played for khimki i saw the same people at all the games it was a group of fans who form the majority of the audience and even followed the team to other cities in regards to the n.b.a. well they might have something similar although i personally never came across such a thing you just get a full audience of people who come to support a team but i never saw such
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a thing in the us when an organized group of fans would take up a large share of the audience and root for their team. fans the board is not the only difference between the russian basketball league and the n.b.a. the american schedule is more intense with the regular season games sometimes held four times a week so the studying of the opponent shot practice or simply warm up takes center stage during practice providing plenty of room for individual skills. it is team play no one negates saddle but compared to europe it is somehow more individualized i would say the game is based on single players who play one on one and win it they may score a goal just make a pass european basketball not to mention russia is slightly different people try to find other solutions to the difficulties that arise during the game. the russians will be hoping to qualify for the london olympics by winning the european championship in september it's hope that both russian and be
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a stars and body language and two more famous golf will be available to help the team a little. quiet individual skills from the united states and their home bred team play is expected to be the winning formula. moscow. and that's all from this post as for this bulletin i think. hungry for the full story we've got it first hand the biggest issues get the human voice face to face with the news makers.
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