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this is t w news coming to you live from berlin a dangerous crisis escalates after russia seizes three ukrainian naval ships russia opens fire the vessels near its new bridge dominating the narrow strait for the next crimean peninsula moscow claims the bessel entered its waters it legally moved these two angry protests in kiev where the ukraine government says it could introduce martial law. also on the program. on her return from brussels british prime minister theresa may faces the mammoth task of persuading u.k.
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lawmakers to back her breaks a deal if she'll tell them it's the only option on the table. and a landing on mars starting today the spacecraft called insights is set to offer just that to scientists breathlessly awaiting its data on the bridge planet the probe will look beneath the martian surface to explain how the planet was formed illions five years ago. well i'm terry martin thanks for joining us united nations security council is called an emergency meeting after russia fired on and seized three ukrainian ships off the coast of the crimean peninsula ukraine called the incident an act of aggression and has proposed introducing martial law to put the country on a war footing the clash happened in a narrow strait between russia and crimea
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a point of international tension since russia annexed the region four years ago. a confrontation at sea russia cuse the ukrainian navy of acting like bandits what followed state ukraine was an act of russian aggression. a russian coastguard ship opened fire on then seized three ukrainian vessels. it happened in the black sea off the coast of crimea after the russian ships blocked access to the sea of as of via the narrow carriage street which separates the crimean peninsula from the russian mainland although a bilateral treaty gives both russia and ukraine access tensions are very in the sea have escalated since russia's annexation of crimea in twenty fourteen and the opening of a bridge linking the two earlier this year this latest incident has led ukraine's
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president to ask parliament to consider drastic action yannis time with itself which martial law would be introduced in order to strengthen ukraine's defense capabilities increasing aggression and according to international law a cold act of aggression by the russian federation martial law would not mean a refusal to resolve the issue of liberating ukrainian territory by political and diplomatic means. not through. russia anger outside the russian embassy in kiev protesters shouting death to russia officials from both countries have accused the other of provocative behavior nato and the european union have called for restraint as fears grow that tensions in the region could escalate further. for more on this developing story i'm joined now by our correspondents david stern in kiev and nick calmly who's in our moscow studio good to see you both let's start with you david strong words from portion as we just
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heard in the report he is proposing martial law what more can you tell us about that. indeed strong words it remains to be seen what exactly this martial law entails now parliament the better hold norada will have to vote on it later today it will be a closed session what we can say is that potentially this may involve a postponement of the presidential elections which are scheduled for march also a question is how much or whether any civil liberties will be curtailed now the president has said that there won't be any reduction of civil liberties but there is some speculation that there could be a form of censorship limitations on public gatherings perhaps on freedom of movement but again as i said the president has said that there won't be any any curtailment of people's rights also this is going to be for sixty days and we'll see if indeed this is the case and then obviously at the end of sixty days if they
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extend it over to you nick in moscow ukraine says that russia has committed an act of aggression is considering imposing martial law as we just heard what is russia saying about all of this. good morning terry well the line from moscow has been fairly consistent and yesterday a provocation from the ukrainian side is what the russian security service is a calling this they say that the coach straight was closed they had closed the go straight to civilian and military shipping on sunday and that the ukrainians had failed to heed this they obviously assert their right to control transit through the strait given that they control the eastern side of the strait and crimea something obviously that kiev and the west doesn't see as legitimate following the annexation of crimea in twenty fourteen but they have also been fairly consistent in stressing the fact they have provided medical support to three wounded
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ukrainians say listen trying to diffuse the tone a bit there but really placing the blame with kiev for what they call a provocation david the russian navy recently escorted a ukrainian vessel through the carriage straight seeming to assert its dominance in the region is kiev worried that moscow may be trying to take control of these shared waters. well yes the ukrainians concerns are many one of each is that the russians are trying to control the see cut off mahdi hoople which is one of ukraine's main ports but obviously the ukrainians are concerned as well that this could be a another area of conflict between between kiev and moscow in addition to the fighting that's been going on in eastern ukraine between ukrainian forces and the russian backed and russian supported rebels back to you nic in moscow for a final question both sides have called for an emergency u.n.
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security council meeting today could that defuse this escalating situation. well there has been speculation we might see some kind of relatively rapid to monetary and solution maybe even some early release of those ukrainian sail as if you know the ships but that doesn't take away the underlying problem that david mentioned that all of this conflict over control of the sea of as all of the russians de facto control access to the sea specially since they built the bridge over the strait and this is something that is wider than crimea this is also about eastern ukraine the ukrainian controlled part of don't bass is economically dependent on those ports in the sea of as over tens of thousands of jobs at risk if they see it as it becomes a military zone that is prone to these kind of conflicts so we could definitely be seeing tensions ratcheting up there and a knock on effect beyond crimea nick thank you so much for that was nick connelly in moscow and in kiev david stern thanks to both of you.
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check on some of the other stories making headlines today mexico has vowed to beef up security at its border with the united states after a peaceful protest descended into chaos u.s. guards fired tear gas into the mexican town of want to stop migrants trying to breach the border all mexican police arrested dozens of migrants. taking to the people who take to the streets across the globe to mark the international day for the elimination of violence against women one of the largest rallies was in madrid where tens of thousands turned out to protest against domestic abuse the u.n. says one in three women worldwide will experience violence in her lifetime. and up to one hundred forty five pilot whales have died in a mass stranding on a remote beach in new zealand half of the whales were already dead when they were
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found the other had to be put down. british prime minister theresa may is to warn lawmakers that her brags that deal is the best and the only possible deal for the country may faces a difficult challenge convincing skeptical m.p.'s to back the plan before a likely december vote after twenty seven e.u. states approve the deal on sunday chief called it a sad moment and a tragedy but he urged u.k. lawmakers to back corner shortly after the deal was approved at least on the e.u. side journalists the british prime minister well the she too felt it was a sad occasion well no but i recognize that others do i think that's the the i recognize some european leaders os at this moment but also some people back home in the u.k. will be sad at this moment but the way i look at it is actually this is for us now
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to move on to the next stage to move on as i said i am full of optimism about the future of our country our correspondent barbara bezel has been following the bridge that negotiations closely she joins us now from london barbara given the opposition that theresa may is facing in getting her break to deal through parliament does she really have any reason to be optimistic the way she sounded in that sound bite. it's just a tad artificial there i mean of course she needs to know her dear oh dear and everybody agrees here in britain that it's going to be a hard sell tourism a at her at the best of times is not a great communicator now she goes around and says i'm so optimistic at being all smiley on stage and trying to tell people you have to seize the chances that breaks it opens at a moment when nobody really can see the chances and figure out what they could possibly be it is really very difficult to count among her own party m.p.'s at the
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moment who would vote against her deal stands at ninety now if you commission president john claude young he made it clear that there would be no renegotiations of the break the deal let's have a listen. i'm invited to go. to work if i just did you know i was of comes to say. this is the best move for which i'm just the best to push a button for europe just. due course. barbara you doing theresa may any favors making statements like we just heard there from the commission president. they're trying their best because they're trying to help her sell the deal in the way that she needs to say to everybody around here in britain listen this whole idea about going back and renegotiating as labor for instance
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constantly repeats it it's a dream it will not happen however nobody at home here in britain listens it seemed just a few hours yesterday and now we have to go back and we have to somehow do something else in her own party in her own cabinet even if there is now a small group of remainders trying for rebellion after the deal has failed in parliament and they say they want then to go for a much softer break that norway style so the story here isn't over far from it oh well it's not over indeed teresa mayes now back in the u.k. what lies ahead for her now in trying to get break finally done. difficult days and difficult two weeks she's now trying to tour the country going around wales to scotland island where the complaints really have been coming thick and fast that we haven't been heard people say our our problems haven't been considered and so on and so forth they left feel left behind by this whole breaks
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a deal and then she needs to go to argentina because there is the g twenty gathering and then when she comes back at the beginning of next week it leaves her just one more week to somehow make an inroad in this wall of position in parliament here that has risen and that is rising against her and whether she can do it it is extremely doubtful and bed news is also coming for instance from the economic forecasters the only her own national institute for economic research has just published a study that says everybody is going to be by a thousand pounds poorer after a break said no that is i'd welcome news for terry's amazing true reason may indeed barbara thank you so much did obvious barbara basal there in london. and as were mentioned a lot of people are crunching the numbers on break to try to figure out what is really going to cost and care about my research suggests going to be more expensive than people thought adrian he does sound like it because one hundred billion pounds
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per year by twenty thirty that's what breaks it will cost the british people according to a new study commissioned by a group calling for a second briggs it referendum. if he's a number of economic blows in the u.k. suture if it goes ahead with its divorce from the e.u. a clue drops in trade and foreign direct investment overall g.d.p. is to drop to the tune of around forbes. and the clock is ticking. so it's not as black friday last friday and that's over but cyber monday is just beginning that means you can skip the queues at the shops and score huge deals online retailers are promising online bargains on
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a whole range of products from clothing to the tronics in the u.s. alone cyber monday is expected to bring in seven point eight billion dollars this year. if you didn't buy a new t.v. set a laptop on black friday you can make that good on cyber monday retailers by the dozen of pumping out office and discounts online bunsen enticing idea for many browsing the web to find the best deals from the comfort of one's own home i don't do miles i can't handle the traffic the lines of people others however clearly can some die hard bargain hunters even spent thanksgiving night camping outside stools to increase their chances of coming away with the best black friday buys we kind of like the rush but according to data analyst adobe analytics this year's black friday crowds were down in america the u.s. online sales on the other hand hit a record six point two billion dollars that day and nearly
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a third of the purchases were made on small phones convenient seems is everything when it comes to holiday shopping. the clock is ticking for embattled mitsubishi jamma carlos ghosn as we speak them it's a busy board of directors is set to go on that emergency meeting go on has been under fire over accusations he under-reported his salary to japanese authorities by forty four million dollars over several years he was arrested but has yet to be formally charged goan has denied all allegations last week mitsubishi part and this one i was to go on as a chat is on hold trolling stake in mitsubishi motors. back to our top story which is of course of course breaks it and we can all talk to the mountain she's with the broad goals that you think tank and joins us now from brussels. as we heard in our earlier report one hundred billion yen damage to the
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british economy do you think that is realistic. well it's a bit ties if you compare it to the numbers that we have seen prior to the referendum there was a range of studies of was done by then in which the current number would compare on the other side of that of course now we have a lot more information a lot more detail in terms of what breaks it would and tail and therefore perhaps is not quite so surprising that the numbers are as high as they are and you think the constant are you what we're looking at there what the leaders have signed off on is that the best possible case for the british economy overall is not the best case for the british economy the best case would be for the u.k. to stay in the u. that would be the best case however given that we are leaving because of the u.k.'s leaving this is a very hard deal struck and i don't know how you can make it even better but the right comparison would be what would happen to the u.k. if it were to go back to double duty
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a rules if it was to have no deal what we now know was the hardbacks it that will be the real comparison and if you compare the current numbers to that i think these are pretty good numbers. does this what we have now already give more certainty to businesses across europe. i should hope so the current deal what we've seen so far is about of the how are we going to separate our assets and our liabilities is really really about how we're going to transition into something which will be the deal at the very long term that has not been negotiated yet and the political agreement that has been made at this point looks very promising in the sense that there is a lot of very good will to try and cut out a deal that is beneficial for both both of the you have hope for the u.k. so i think that if you give it time we'll be able to find an economic deal that is beneficial to both of you have recently said that europe should not lose hope that the u.k. will change its mind do you think the brits will come knocking on the door to be let in again. yes security i'm still hoping that this will stall prior know that
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they won't and we are very good that the deal of a strike yesterday is just another step in that direction but i think the demographics will answer your question simply because the young did not vote for bracks it so ten years from now fifteen years from now i'm sure the young would be coming back to the you simply because it is good for the u.k. to be. right about says thank you very much for those notices. by me and it had another bonus legal weekend to forget the german champions who were held three three at home by default or crisis. from v.w. sports left stick or slap stick what is going on there what's wrong a bias well you know clearly other teams have kryptonite in their boots because byron munich just are not the superman we're used to seeing them be in the bundesliga you know they're there speak up front live and off he is not as
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productive as he's been in years past and at the back model and is not the invincible goalkeeper any longer drone tangled shaky must humbles let's slow you know their their idea and bring it in nico kobach a man with me s. on me history is there he coaches hasn't really worked out it's not he's not translating you know whatever plan he has it's not been executed on the pitch the club president has always supported his guy koba until recently he's the one who called the match slap stick it gives dusseldorf and he actually hinted that they might have to move in another direction if things don't work out well you know with buyers hosting been feek in the champions league we have sound following their draw with dusseldorf from. nico kovach himself who was expressing his discontent let's take a listen. we obviously can't be happy with this result there's definitely a need for internal discussions to be faced with. and i'm very annoyed
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consummate you know how angry i am in size and i could really fly off the handle so chris we've got by and staying in fifth place then we've got dortmund still in the top slot after their win on saturday but there's another interesting team in the title mix collab. suite went on sunday's game yeah well here's a brief history of over the summer they made they decided to make some tactical changes they change their formation from a traditional one to a more dynamic attacking one and they had some great signings over the summer allison a player has been remarkable up front. is also a scoring threat for their side and completing the attacking trail is you want to hoffman you know that team has been you know proving dividends and plus at home they're simply unbeatable when they get behind they're quick to respond we have a match report on their latest victory let's take a look. you have to go back to two thousand and ten for hanif as rost when it
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mentioned glad back it lost every single game here since something they immediately try to rectify what we would get up to just twenty two seconds the quickest gold of the season so far. back shaken not stirred they needed just six minutes to equalize troops who are going to. find finished with flowing moves. there was no free cake for this foul we can line prophecy from the referee's advantage and some slack defending. his first goal for the crowd back he went into one up at the break. that's only fueled the hosts hunger for more goals the third another example of some excellent team play as outs cross you probably believe how you buy lost in the now will go on. tends to carry a rounded off the spring moments after coming on as a sub for one back easily maintained
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a one hundred percent leak homewrecker which. ok so clearly we see victorious once again and as i mentioned there's a team that's unbeatable at home and one thing helping glad is they have less on their plate they're not in the german cup they're not in europe so they could focus primarily on the bundesliga their most recent opponent hand over the team i like to define is a rocky road team they have yet to pick up a win on the road so it wasn't a big shock that they lost once again glad bubble before have a difficult road schedule themselves they have to go out to leipsic they have got to have an eye and they have to go out to signal they do not park the home of the table leaders don't mean so it so interesting to see how things will play out with quest thank you so much chris harrison from did obvious sports ok. the planet mars will be receiving a new guest today the billion dollar spacecraft called inside is on its final
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approach to the red planet and should touchdown later it's taken six and a half months to get there but scientists predict that once it lens inside it will provide them with dust or they've dreamed up for decades. this latest mission to mars is designed to unlock the mysteries of the planet's deep interior researchers like tilman sean are awaiting the data with great anticipation. they hope it will give them a better understanding of how mars developed when it was formed some four and a half billion years ago. what we now bring into mas of a standardized methods which we measure the earth. and energy. we haven't done that on mars yet. nasa tested the mission step by step in its labs the space crafts robotic arm is the quipped with cameras and will
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deploy to key instruments if all goes to plan the seismometer will be installed in december it's the mission's most important fact finder with the ability to measure even miniscule planetary tremors it's hoped that it will record enough such mars quakes to produce a sonogram of the planet. the second instrument is set to start work in january developed by tilman sean and his team it's a probe that can sense the flow of the planet's heat. like a mold the rock will borrow five meters below the surface. sensors along its tether will measure how the temperature changes with depth. a third instrument will track how much mars wobbles in its orbit around the sun then with you'll get rid of this mission is about more the mas. is actually a mission to a terrestrial earth like planet earth mosse just happens to be the easiest of earth
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like planets to get to know i'm full to a growing list of those. tilman spawn is convinced the data from mars will advance understanding of how all rocky planets formed and evolved including our own. and others out there orbiting alien suns and still be on the reach of human space travel. but first insight will have to parachute to a safe landing. the descent will take seven long minutes the craft has to master the landing without human help performing many small maneuvers at exactly the right time and without any mistakes until touchdown. fascinating. just remind of our top stories that we're following for you here today on d w next a confrontation near russia's new bridge to the annexed crimean peninsula has
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sparked a diplomatic crisis the russian coast guard fired upon three ukrainian ships claiming they were illegally entering russian waters. and british prime minister to resign may is set to begin a final push to pass or break the deal she'll tell you k. lawmakers that it's for the hernia was the only option on the table after it was approved by the e.u. leaders on some. soil years from now you'll find much more of course on our web site at g.w. dot com we'll be back next hour.
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