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This is World News Today,. At last, a deal. Angela Merkel and Nicolas

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Sarkozy announced their plans for EU treaty change. TRANSLATION: This

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package shows we are absolutely determined to do everything we can

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to keep the euro stable. A victory, but a poor one pulled a

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bout of near cutin's party wins national elections in Russia, but

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with a big drop and questioned about fraud, what does this mean

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for another presidential term? Are your diamonds ready Queen --

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clean? A leading charity withdraws from the diamond -- Kimberley

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Process saying it is outdated and a failure.

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The fight to save the world's second largest rainforest. We

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report from the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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And jumping from the page to the stage, and now, the big screen. The

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book War Horse gets a Steven Welcome. After months of delay and

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prevarication, Angela Merkel and Nicolas Sarkozy today finally

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announced a joint plan to secure the eight year-old up after crisis

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talks in Paris, they announce the details which announced a treaty

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change and sanctions for states to break the strict new deficit will.

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Eurobond are off the table. It is a victory for Angela Merkel, but she

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still has to prevent -- persuade other European leaders.

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This was the start of a crucial week for the eurozone, with key

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summit. The curtain-raiser was here at the Elysee Palace, with a

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meeting between the leaders of France and Germany, the two most

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powerful country in the eurozone. They embraced and called for a new

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treaty which would insure that overspending never happened again,

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with automatic sanctions for those countries who broke the rules. The

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two leaders wanted to stress their determination to do what was needed

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to fix the crisis. TRANSLATION: Of Our Will is to go on eight faults

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March to week establish our confidence in the euro and the

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eurozone. -- go on a march. We are aware of the seriousness of the

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situation and the responsibility that lies on our solders.

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German Chancellor said she would prefer that all 27 members of the

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European Union signed up for a treaty change but would accept it

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if it was limited to countries in the eurozone. We are open to

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changes for the changes for the 27, but also 17 eurozone members if

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necessary. We are absolutely determined to keep the euro as a

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stable currency and an important contributor to stability. The two

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leaders want an agreement by March. They had by signing up to a tough

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deal on spending limits, it will make it easier for the European

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Central Bank to help the country's struggling to finance their debts.

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What has been agreed? These two leaders are set on arguing for an

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EU treaty, although many details remain unclear, will there will be

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strict budget limit. Deficit will not be able to exceed 3% of GDP,

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and there will be automatic sanctions for those who break the

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rules. Entrance, there is huge concern that these changes will

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impinge on national sovereignty -- in France. Those sanctions will

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rely on Brussels. The opposition fears that any oversight of budgets

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in European Court will weaken the will of Parliament in France.

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in the euro, expecting discipline, but not mean we lose control of our

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own economic policy. It a European summit to decide on Friday to seek

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treaty change with the backing of all 27 members, then Britain as

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well will have to give its support. Some countries may decide to hold

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referendums. Asked about the likelihood of that in Britain, the

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Prime Minister said he did not think the issue would arise.

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approach is very simple, we have legislated now so it is impossible

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for a British Government to pass power from Britain to Brussels

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without asking the British people in the referendum first. At a

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summit later this week, the French and Germans will seek approval from

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the other European Union members for treaty change. The big question

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is how long will all this take, and whether it addresses the

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fundamental problem of debt and low growth.

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Let's go to Paris and speak to our Correspondent there. Prior to this

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meeting today, Angela Merkel and Sarkozy were divided on issues. How

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much ground has President Sarkozy given? If you listen to the

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Socialist Party in France, he has given quite a lot of ground. We

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have had a statement saying he has given ground on automatic penalties,

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the eurobond, and the role -- the role of the European Central Bank.

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In the words of the European -- the Socialist Party, he has surrendered

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to the might of the German Chancellor. You have to put this in

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the context of an election battle which is already under way. And the

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timing of this treaty, March, as President Sarkozy says, that is

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just a munched -- a month before they go to the polls. There is a

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time-frame for the President witches important. On the front

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page of one of the highbrow newspapers here in France, one in

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three people say they would like the return of the franc, and that

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tells you how much Euro-scepticism there is in front at the moment.

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had been pushing for the ECB to be the lender of last resort. The

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wording that came out today it was that the ECB can step in a more

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forcefully, what does that mean exactly? The new head of the ECB

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said last week there was important sequencing or graphic --

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choreography, if you want. They want to get the longer term picture

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right first, and other things flow from that. Confidence flows

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backward, said the head of the bank. We have already seen that happening

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today. Italian yields have fallen below 6% for the first time in

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weeks, the market have responded positively. It you get the long-

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term picture right, it will have done that pressure will lead it,

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yield prices will go down. When that with austerity packages we

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have seen in Italy, Spain and Greece recently, we have a response

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from the politicians, a response from the banks. The one unknown

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factor, it comes back to the front page of the newspaper, is what the

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people may commit. A lot of things that have happened in the eurozone

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in recent months are pretty on constitutional in terms of

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technocrat government. That opinion of the people has not been tested.

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Once the austerity missions kick in in the next few years, we will see

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what people make of it and how much appetite there is for the eurozone

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in these countries. Let's speak to the journalist,

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author and commentator John. 0 eurozone meltdown averted today?

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That evening. One of the curiosities of this long-running

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crisis is that failure is playing for everybody to see. Market's

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collapse, riots take place on the street. It is very tangible when

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leaders do not get it right. It is much harder to determine went

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leaders do get it right, when they do come to agreement, because such

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is the nature of various European institutions that this will be a

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slow burn. Whether it takes referendums or parliamentary

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approval in either that 17 or 27 countries, this is not going to

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happen overnight. Are their most fundamental task, Angela Merkel and

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President Sarkozy today, was to avoid that Ovett failure. Italy is

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now out of the danger zone, in tandem with what Mario Monti has

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been saying. Absolutely, Italy and Spain, the yields have been coming

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down. Anything can still happen over the next few months. It is not

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as if they have waved a magic wand and all these economic problems

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have gone. We really are going to get into an interesting new phase.

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I am sure this agreement will come into being roughly, give or take a

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few weeks, around my option. The bigger question is, what -- around

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March. But what will public opinion think of short-term austerity, not

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just that, but fundamentally a whole new way of being? And also

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members of the population, rightly or wrongly, the advent of the

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European Union was not just European integration, it was the

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perception of a better lifestyle and that has been put on hold for

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countries around the union. AUC it as a victory for Angela Merkel

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today in terms of what has been agreed? -- book you see it as a

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victory? How would you react to Eurosceptic commentators who say

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their aim -- she may be shoring up her position domestically at the

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expense of the eurozone? Indubitably, she has one. I do not

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think German commentators will say this is a victory, it was just

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avoiding defeat. There is a different criticism of Germany

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which is fundamentally it economic stability, indeed success, over the

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last few years, has been to create a Chinese style a surplus and get

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other people to buy its goods or currency which was fundamentally

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devalued, because the German economy is so much stronger than

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the others. That was for the past. It is a new situation, and Merkel

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is very much there first among equals, even with the French. In

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many ways, those countries that wish to state in the core of the

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European Union are going to have to accept it, with it -- whatever the

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gripes of commentators and opposition politicians.

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Let's have a look at the other news. The man who used to lead Ivory

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Coast, Laurent Gbagbo, has appeared before the international crime of

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human right at the Hague. He is charged with crimes of humanity. He

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is the first former head of state to be tried since the court's

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inception in 2002. Large quantities of radioactive

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water have escaped from the crippled figure she met nuclear

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parts in Japan and state -- some may have leaked into the Pacific.

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45 tons of water was found at side of a purification device at the

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weekend. Scientists have discovered that

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people's and need for sleep might be linked to their genes. They find

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that people carried a variant of a certain gene required almost 30

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minutes more sleep each night than others. British and German

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researchers found that almost a 5th of the people in Europe carry that

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very and 18. The American -- that a variant team.

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The American space energy Nasser has discovered another planet that

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may have water in liquid form. It lies in what is known as the

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habitable zone around a star. Scientists are excited because it

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is the first planet to a 7 -- resemble Earth in its size and

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orbit. Thousands of protest and it's up on

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-- thousands of protesters are on the streets of Moscow this evening

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demanding honest elections after Vladamir Putin won the election but

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with serious questions about fairness. United Russia one but

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with a significantly smaller share of the vote. Mr Putin is running

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for president in March with the hope of returning officer for a

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decade. In Moscow today, they were

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rebuilding the Kremlin. But Russia's most powerful politician

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has a tough job ahead. Trying to restore his own popularity. In

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parliamentary elections, Vladamir Putin's party received a surprise

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setback. It was victorious but with less votes than last time and it

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will have few MPs. Mr Putin was clearly an amused by the result. It

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is the latest sign that Russians may be losing patience with him.

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And here is another. Last month, Vladamir Putin was booed and hissed

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when he put in an appearance at a martial arts fight. The Russian

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Prime Minister intends to run for president again next spring. It was

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not an encouraging start to the campaign trail. Vladamir Putin is

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still expected to win the presidential election next March.

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But these signs in a drop in support will be a worry for him as

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he prepares to launch his campaign to get back into the Kremlin. There

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was more criticism today. International observers said Mr

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Peter and's party had had an unfair advantage in the election. The vote

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was slanted in favour of the ruling party. As evidenced for the lack of

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independence for the election administration, the partiality of

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most media, and the undue interference of State authorities

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at different levels. But these people do not agree. It is the

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Kremlin ponds and -- gremlin sponsored youth movement. Their

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party to mark the end of the elections and to support to tempt

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and President Medvedev. His -- Vladamir Putin's challenge is to

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get the wider population on side. The deputy director of transparency

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International in Russia joins us now, you have seen demonstrations

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this evening. Is the writing on the wall for Prime Minister Vladimir

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Putin? I have just come back from the demonstration, which took place

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in the centre of Moscow. I would say it was the biggest

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demonstration in Moscow in the last, I don't know, the last 10 years,

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probably. How much of a threat is this for United Russia, and what

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examples have you got about the electoral process been flawed?

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this is just, well, this is not the end of Vladamir Putin whatsoever.

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That is for sure. This is just a signal for him that he is losing

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his popularity he used to have. Last elections were, well, people

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were just ignoring them, more or less, and just agreed with whatever

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results was drawn. This time, it was not so. But if you are talking

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about fraud during the elections, we should be looking at the broader

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picture, not only on the day of the elections, but also on the previous

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work which has been done. There was a lot of mist use of administrative

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resources. Have you submitted reports to the upright is about

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that? Had you raised this at an official level and what response

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did you get? Yes. We have sent quite a number of complaints,

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starting from the complaint in particular issues, for example, a

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city mayor was promoting the United Russia party ought the principle at

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school was promoting that party. Misusing their administrative

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resources and positions as officials. We did not at any

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responses so far. This mare, for example, he was fined for a small

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sum of money for -- by his prosecutor office. As a final

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thought, if you strip away all of the result that you think are

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questionable, would this invalidate united Russia's a win today? It is

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really hard to estimate exact numbers. They will not have the

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majority Paul Shaw, and they will be be probably at the same level as

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the Communist Party, that is our estimation. Also, there are two

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parts of the fraud. The fraud which has been taking part -- taking

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place during the whole campaign, when it TV ads of the opposition

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party were taken away from the airwaves, when officials were

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promoting parties. And also the frauds that had been done during

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the election days. Reports have been, on the internet, a lot, and I

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hope the parties have would submit as complaints. The problem is,

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independent observers cannot submit complaints, only political parties

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Thank you very much for joining us. Eight years ago, we saw the

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creation of the Kimberley Process, a government-led certification

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scheme designed to eradicate the trade in conflict or blood diamonds.

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Today, one of the charities involved in setting it up says it

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will walk out. Global Witness claims some of the governments

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involved in Kimberley have no interest in reforming it.

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These are diamond field tos in Zimbabwe. They are among the

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richest in the world and were taken over by the Zimbabwe military.

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Exports have been suspended following reports of human rights

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abuses. Earlier this year, the Camberley process, set up to stop

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diamonds are funding some of Africa's most brutal civil wars,

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allowed to Zimbabwe to start exporting from here again. Global

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Witness has said this is like Diamond on the ring. They say the

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scheme is a failure. Christine Gordon has written

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extensively about the diamond industry and is an observer of the

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Kimberley Process. She joins me now via webcam.

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On what grounds do you think the Kimberley Process has now stalled?

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It is not so much stalled, reforms that have been asked for several

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years now appear to be going nowhere. That appears to be why

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Global Witness has pulled out. The Canberra process had these flaws at

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the very start, but there has been a universal frustration with the

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failure to close the loopholes in the Kimberley Process, in

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particular, the capacity to trade diamonds from the point of origin.

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Has the Kimberley Process never worked efficiently? Yes, I would

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say it has never work to officially as it should be able to do.

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people buying diamonds now, thinking the our ethical diamonds,

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could well be purchasing stocks that have been traded for...?

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and the jewellers Brander their diamonds so you have a better idea

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of where they are coming from. But there are a lot of diamonds were

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people do not know where they have come from. The point of the

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certification is that the diamonds are certified with up -- with a

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country of origin. His is Zimbabwe the critical country here? It is

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not only about Zimbabwe. It is in part, because there has been so

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much diamond smuggling. Conflict diamonds from Zimbabwe have been

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sold in Antwerp. Many loopholes have remained in place. Smuggling

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in general, the loopholes do remain. They are big enough, not that huge

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quantities of diamonds can get through, but that quantities from

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Zimbabwe can they get through. There are serious issues here.

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Thank you very much for joining us. Major international talks aimed at

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tackling global climate change have entered a second decisive week in

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South Africa. 194 countries are taking part in negotiations to

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rescue the only treaty on curbing future emissions of greenhouse

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gases. One of several proposals is to pay countries to protect the

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forests which play a crucial role in absorbing greenhouse gases. The

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Congo Basin forms the world's second largest tropical rainforest

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covering an area bigger than Spain. Our Africa Correspondent Andrew

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Harding has travelled to the Congo where the army have now joined the

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fight to save the jungle. In the green heart of Africa, more

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than 1 billion it square miles of rainforest. But will it survive? --

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1 million square miles. Congolese soldiers at now guard one corner of

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the rainforest, but they are battling against many different

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elements. We lost 12 what Rangers this year protecting the park.

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managing to win this battle? Yes, we have to, there is no other

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choice. For now, poverty, the lack of roads, conflict, have all kept

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huge powers of the Forest out of reach. But Africa's economy is now

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booming and the Forest is now at risk. You can say do not build

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roads or create economic activity. You have it to identify the most

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fragile and by a diverse place and try and protect that. -- In by a

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diverse. Like this. A project to make fuel efficient and stoves. It

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could halve it the number of trees cut for charcoal. It is part of a

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giant plant to protect Congo's rain forest and our planet. A Prime be -

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- a plan being debated this week could see billions are being poured

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into the Congo. But it is complicated. It will be that

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nothing is done as we expected. will be chaos? Yes. For now, the

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poorly funded are made us what it can. Call got needs it more outside

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help. But this is a tough place for anyone to operate. -- Congo. The

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idea is to pay Congo to employ its soldiers to protect the forest. But

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it is proving to be slow, risky and chaotic. The motivation is there.

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Bigger money may be coming. But the fight to save this rain forest is

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War Horse, the story of the relationship between a young

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English boy and his horse during the First World War, has become one

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of the most popular British plays ever staged. Now it's been made

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into a Stephen Spielberg movie. The film had its world premiere in New

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York last night. Tom Brook reports. It was a big night for Stephen

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Spielberg, the launch of War Horse. It is a story that has resonated

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for one of Hollywood's most celebrated directors. People see an

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animal like this and they see it, they see how we forget our

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animosity, are hatred and are issues with each other. We turn our

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full attention on to helping the horse. You can see the healing that

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takes place. He has kept the integrity of what it is. It is epic,

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very beautiful, horrifying, I was very moved. I lost myself in it

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completely. The success of the whole production it depended it not

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only on their talent of the horses, but also on the little-known

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British actor charged with carrying the picture. I was playing a tree

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on the stage production. I was working in commercials. Getting

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this part is something I did not even contemplate. The bigger

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question is, cannot War Horse get Hollywood's top of ward? -- the top

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award. A reminder of our main news. The

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leaders of France and Germany say they want a tough new treaty to

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restore confidence in the eurozone. After meeting in Paris, Nicolas

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Sarkozy and Angela Merkel said they wanted the treaty agreed by March

:26:41.:26:44.

next year and they'd accept one signed just by eurozone members if

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they couldn't get the approval of the full EU. That is it from the

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We have had a wintry feel to the weather for 24 hours. Tomorrow will

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quieten down for some of us, many places will be dry it with sunshine.

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The wintry showers continue through the night, especially across

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northern and western areas. As a result the tempters will drop below

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freezing. The Met Office have put out warnings about ice on Tuesday

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morning. We will see some showers at towards the north and west but

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not so many by the afternoon, they will fade away. For many places

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will be sunny but cold, and then maybe the odd shower creeping

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towards the Midlands. Most places on the south coast will be dry,

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further rain showers across parts of south-west England and Wales

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through the afternoon. Still quite breezy, the breeze coming in from

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the north and west through the day. Cloudy skies around parts of

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Cardigan Bay. For more than Ireland, a few showers, not as many as

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Monday but there will be a couple towards the north and west, and

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still a possibility of wintry showers for western Scotland but

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