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distribute. make. available all the information we got from that call and from our monitoring systems so i think we hope that people can understand that stabilize the situation right now we have to explain in the manner in which people can easily understand the situation that's our task there's a perception out there that the quality of information is coming from the government isn't what it needs to be what do you think this perception exists. it's very difficult to understand for ordinary people how. dangerous those numbers are we think that except for places very close to the nuclear power plant because she made eighty no big risk for the. ordinary people so we should make them understand that point now we were
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in fukushima just a bit ago and there are some spots that we measured personally where the radiation levels are one thousand times the safely recommended dose there are mothers who are concerned that their children go by these hot spots where you have to say to these mothers our government especially ministry of. education is in charge of monitoring all over the out of japan and they and they publish their data they obtained throughout japan and. they asked nuclear safety commission to evaluate their that so. if the commission is publicizing their comments every day i think the problem for matters. is that it's difficult to understand how safe or how dangerous those numbers are. and it's basically it is said that. radiation
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those is more dangerous for children and that's the point that we should. make people understand more by providing them easy easy understand are you planning to expand any of the existing evacuation zones we don't have a. plan to change evacuation area. radical drastically but only example exception is the hot spots we should attack take care of the people living in those places but except for that for them we don't think that we need to change the area of evacuation currently the accepted level is at twenty micro sieverts. which those standards were actually raised to twenty micro secrets from one micro siebert do you think it's responsible to actually change the standards so that. they are now considered to be safe we do not
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say that. twenty meters severity is safe but. it's. a pretty standard in this type of emergency situation from a personal standpoint are you worried about the situation in japan in this country yes of course i'm worried about the people a situation that they're afraid of those radiation those looking back at the past three months what do you think that the japanese government could have done better to handle this tragedy to give people accurate information in a manner easy to understand for them so that's the first point and secondly we should explain what we do. is. think the nuclear power plants. which are people worried the overall budget pan
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. or though they're quite safe right now. what do you think the government has done well in this situation taking the other side we assumed the worst case is and we said. twenty kilometers radius from dayton and we expanded. region and advocated the region i think we have we said evacuations on based on the scientific that is it possible to open up the reaction to the international community we published our report to. the international atomic energy organization. believes in three and it is written in. both japanese and english so you can. read
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from our website our prime minister's office website. report detailed report right after the extent we published. or that in english through our website but scientists say there needs to be more cooperation with outside agencies and outside governments what do you say to these critics they don't know that fact and actually. from the time of the accident we have been consulted with. the united states france and russia and other countries in terms of technical support. equipment machine regular support and we cross the exchanged information regarding the status of plants and possible measures to take can you give me some examples of types of why . operation or equipment that you have received from other countries and we get. us
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now to seize support in technical issues and as you know. france and a korean know of the united states provide their equipment and technical support for water purifying system russia of course provided technical support we took the best. best actions. based on the international support how much information is coming from tepco and the government how much do you say they know about the current situation and then how much of that information is being relayed to the public so on that same scale. what does the government know from top go and what does the public know from the government. i think it's a very rough estimate and my personal one. but i think eighty percent.
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is known by the government and. that twenty percent is for example. the level of. water and containment vessels and how the water came from those visitors to the buildings as a stagnant water those as a sample was unknown for us and we published we have been publishing all the information we get but. it may be difficult for the ordinary people to understand so i. make. the score. for the ordinary people of say. seventy per cent. japan a country which has. to two nuclear tragedies with your she might not psyche there
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are many critics out there who say that it's irresponsible for a country that has experienced such tragedy with the nuclear field to be building nuclear plants. in an area that may be unstable seismically known to have earthquakes what's your response to this so far. we have. forty years of more than forty years of history of safe usage of. to make energy. and this was caused by the unprecedented a tsunami. very heights and i mean nobody. expected that size of a tsunami so you can bring that you failed but this was foreseen by anybody all over the world of course we are responsible for this accent but it should be closely reviewed whether we should we could
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have taken any other measures to prevent this are you saying that you couldn't have done anything better it's of course it's not perfect therefore we had an accident. but based we. designed our plants and our energy system based on the best knowledge of the human humankind. mankind so that's the way japan is doing those scientific meetings so. we. we don't. we should carefully review. what caused the situation and as of right now can you imagine a future japan without nuclear energy moving away from atomic energy altogether and right now no. we depend thirty percent of. if.
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you could so we have to use a new creation in the near future to the east. seventy six hours of intense fighting. six thousand dead. a beach front battlefields several kilometers long. and now there is only one person who cares. if we are surrounded by garbage everywhere but also there are. on this beach which of course is of the most appropriate signification a symbol of everything that's wrong with our goddamn government allowing not only
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garbage but to accumulate where so many guys died. a new battle is going on. will the history be protected. returned to terra with julian cooper story on r t. wealthy british style sun. rises. in. markets why not. why. you know what's really happening to the global economy is
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a report on our. top stories on our t.v. the international atomic energy watchdog prepares to present a report on japan's handling of the fukushima crisis at a nuclear security forum in vienna the review criticizes the japanese authorities for they are slow response to the disaster accusing them of underestimating the risks of radiation leaks. nato admits to killing civilians in sunday's airstrike tripoli blaming a weapons system failure libyan officials claimed there have been more than eight hundred innocent victims of the alliance's bombings since the intervention began in march. next year is a russian presidential election of won't see dmitri medvedev and prime minister putin and going head to head the longstanding speculation was finally ended by the russian president in an interview with
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a british newspaper. i'll be back with those stories in fifteen minutes time but first the sports news for that. hello there thanks for watching the sport good to have you company and they used other headlines. majestic mcelroy becomes the youngest u.s. open champion in almost a century. on the defensive serina williams and rafael nadal play down their chances of retaining their titles has been with them gets under way. our whole shockers in a plan to see you amid claims of policeman in the electric stun gun on strike it down caroline's of age. and treat the world cup touches down in moscow on a two day world when told. the first no knowledge remark to roy has won the u.s.
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open is the first major for the twenty two year old he won by a whopping eight shots making him the youngest winner since bobby jones in nineteen twenty three mcelroy had led from the very first random is a clear the start of the final one and he started it with a birdie and never looked like crumbling under the pressure of topping the leader board if he famously did on the final day of the masters two months ago to prove the point he almost hold this shot on the ten. ball landing on the green and then spinning back to within inches of the cup and from this point no one really got close to him a strike is jason day finished in second and he had his moment to produce a lovely bunker shot only eighteen to save power as he carded a sixty eight. but it was mark arroyo who took the profit and the records sinking this part for a final round of sixty nine to finish on sixteen under overall that smashes the previous lowest score of the us open by four shots and ensures the try it because
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it's northern ireland after graeme mcdowell success last year. you know it'll probably take a little bit of time to sink in. but just to sit here no matter of just one natural free. fall in the footsteps of my you know one of my best friends graeme mcdowell last year pavel. you know it's a great feeling to get my first major championship part of the way quite early on in my career especially after what's happened. over the last couple of months you know feels great you know just looking forward to to put myself in the picture for a more. the third tennis major of the year gets underway today with rafael nadal starting the defense of his wimbledon title against america's michael russell and that is on center court playing the second title at the all england club last year but he suffered a bit of a blow to his grass court preparations for the recent championship at queen's these
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in the quarter finals there to tsonga and adel may have clinched a record calling sixth french open title before that although he doubts he can soon get much closer draw to federal the sixteen grand slam i. will do a bit. about what was going on this is some of. what i did last year is something that for sure don't think. my modest is in the know in other games of note in the many straw andy murray will play there he's the fourth seed up against spain is daniel craig that's also on center court thomas burdick is the six am faces. from italy while andy roddick will play and respect an evil consistent flies to fly from russia through fleeing from the netherlands. while the winds defending champion serina williams kick starts her title defense later this week against french player. it will be only three in the second for the
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car almost a year off because the former world number one is returning after surviving blood clots on along the american made a comeback in spawn early this week losing to be it is one of the all back in the second round repeat of last year's final the younger women sister is a pretty big event but relishes the chance to be playing again. six or seven weeks of just trying to get myself together. tremendous amount of time . i could even. be in a position where i wasn't sure i would have a chance to be again. today is her sister venus williams along with one of the over there the russian world number three playing for america compadre. is up against china while the fast improving russian and see if public change the
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place we see. from. now another new show really are going through the russians probably quite literally at the moment are the champions and he confirmed that star striker. was given an electric shock by a policeman in the wake of the. saturday posted on their website that the striker underwent a medical back in st petersburg where the doctors said last of it will have to be treated for a minor. the twenty eight year old celebrate is a nice big treat by throwing it into the fans but then things got a bit out of hand and he was allegedly assaulted by riot policemen police deny a stun gun was planning to see the attack on the night in the process of gathering evidence was a breach incidentally i don't know if you mean it's back to you when i was told. another football news mexico will be allowed to replace the five players to spend a day with doping playing to their gold cup semifinal with honduras the players
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were dropped from the squad after testing positive for the banned substance clenbuterol mexico blamed the incident on contaminated meat eating by the take half of fish appear to have taken that into consideration saying mexico can bring in replacements for wednesday semifinal with. meanwhile the usa lost semifinal spot after beating to make it to you neal. scoring his first international go start second half dragon then had to maintain a center for a foul on jones with half an hour left but looking at the replay it looked like the ref was cold and a bit there tayla definitely unlucky to get his marching orders and clint dunn dempsey made the most of the extra man seeing the win for the usa ten minutes from the end setting up a semifinal with panama beat them two one in the group stage it's. now russia is hosting the football world cup in twenty eighteen but fans here then have to wait seven years to see the famous trophy it is on display at the moment in moscow
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flanked by security at the r.c. central high speeds eaves of russia and spain are having cross cultural change year at the moment in the legendary trophies here as part of our program spain on the current world champions when you try for the first time in south africa. meanwhile russia's rugby team is gearing up for a first ever world cup appearance this autumn in new zealand we caught up with the secretary general of the international rugby board on a recent trip to moscow and he took the time to answer a few questions we had about the upcoming find. we've actually done very well despite the economic downturn. ticket sales have been very good for rugby around the world governments want to invest in having big rugby tournaments in their countries because they see how beneficial it is there were
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three hundred fifty thousand visitors who came to france from rubber world cup two thousand and seven eighty five thousand coming to new zealand for a liberal cup two thousand and eleven are also much cheaper to run as an event in the olympics or the fee for soccer world cup so yes of course the economic downturn affects everyone but not as much as perhaps other sports have been affected. we chose to world cups at the same time two fifteen which is in england and two nineteen which is in japan our process works extremely well you know rugby is a very clean sport we don't have issues that perhaps other sports might have so we're very happy with the process and very happy also that into nineteen we're branching out into new territory for rugby world cup will be the first time that hasn't been held in one of the traditional rugby countries and so that's pretty exciting for us.
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the gap has been now ring of over the last two world cups that's one of the reasons why we are investing so much in the tear two and tier three countries to ensure that they have the same sort of chance as the tier one countries the same sort of fitness training the same sort of analysis of video so that they can be more or less on a on a par before they get to the to the rugby world cup rugby is a pretty unforgiving game in soccer it's easy to package the fencing to keep the score down in rugby maybe you can stay level for. sixty minutes or so but the last twenty minutes really can really tell. i think the best thing is for people to be able to see it because once they see it very fall in love with it get as much of the on television as you possibly can show people the game. the main thing for the long term future is
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to get it in schools because we know when people play they love it murray going to watch it. interesting stuff to support french and sebastian has won the rally of greece upstaging team mate sebastian he still managed to extend his lead in the drivers' championship the seven time defending world champion. secondly going into the final stage will be struggled on the gravel and who in the end finished two seconds. behind him he's forward and he's seventeen points behind in the overall standings as the season reaches the half price day. and on two wheels american cyclist levi leipheimer has hit form ahead of next month's tour de france winning the tour switzerland by just four seconds from these damiani can a go at the night final stage was a thirty two kilometer time trial and canadian looked like a shoo in for the overall title the twenty nine year old writes from the third
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stage an end to the finale and a seemingly comfortable lead of one minute and thirty six seconds who came in over two minutes behind. to celebrate the second stage when. the third fastest time just thirty seconds behind the pit can i go to the title by an agonizingly slim margin dutchman stephen class by completing the podium in switzerland. that's it for me from here in the next couple of hours with.
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says the international atomic watchdog prepares to present a report on. the nuclear crisis r.t. visits a city declared safe by the authorities defined of radiation levels one thousand times the norm. nato admits to killing civilians since sunday's airstrike on tripoli blaming a weapons failure live on officials claimed there a bit more than eight hundred such deaths since the intervention begad. also next year as russian presidential election won't see dmitri medvedev and prime minister putin going head to head during an interview the russian leader insisted they wouldn't compete for the top job. after the tragic story of a russian mother whose baby died because she asked for help with nearly the
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internet and not a doctor but a disturbing trend where children suffer from their parents' distrust of healthcare services. three pm here in the moscow you're watching r t good to have you with us the japanese a nuclear crime. and international safety are set to dominate talks in vienna at the nuclear security for a full report on the situation in the disaster hit country will be presented in a few hours and it's expected to slam the japanese government for underestimating the risks facing because he was nuclear plant and for a slow response to the events artie's sean thomas visited a city just outside the no go zone where radiation levels are well above the safety limits. of the ominous and constant ticking of geiger counters
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and scientists working in fukushima city concerned. i'm in charge of the group of radiation detection and survey from fukushima university when i was thinking their vacation protocol and process set up by the japanese government is not enough and myself i think i should evacuate from this area but because of my job at the university i can't my family and my friends' families are evacuated. officially fukushima city is in a safe area eighty kilometers from the daiichi plant reactor one and a full sixty kilometers outside the band danger zone but still radiation levels here are much higher than normal because to give you an idea of the consistency right now the delegate count is really pretty quiet tonight micro really it's about thirty times what it is more than the accepted level but if you come down here to where i just saw it all and a lot of it's called to the radiation quickly jumped up and it's still climbing earlier we got a reading of the.


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