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and for then belgium on top because of goal difference and alongside that it's going to be a very interesting third game for both of those teams you'd expect him to teach part of the peter you'd expect belgium to see often is he wouldn't you in the second round for a full chinese in the second half they they pick up some confidence and so that again they were trying to take the game to england. as we said before that with the game that but some of the best players are not even in the squad sure injury so it was kind of feeling their way forward in the first they were all over the place they got organized so maybe just maybe it's a tougher test for posing that it was for a good today but belgium i mean that's a say one of the favorites to win the world cup they should be tunisia just own up belgium have never won a world cup are they of the team at. the may break that duck and run and actually add to that list of illustrious winners have won the world cup are they good enough to go all the way if you look if you go through the list of players they have you
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know you see you stop just every single player this is the teenager. what the problem posed to him very often is that it's a belgium is divided into two we've got a friend he's part in the got a french fry and at times the infighting between the two groups has caused that it was all to be. not so good but the most innocent the manager has worked very very hard of that and claims that's a really good team spirit within that in the squad and that's what you need to win any kind of tournament you need to have the chief working with you so it's to the you know it's a long way to go away but they're looking alright so far three know the win in the bike well in the first five days of this world cup it's going fast peter is not five days in at we have seen the big boys fail to impress underdogs like iceland and a run securing some at big scalps on the two million fans here. flocked to russia
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to witness the action well they'll be left disappointed. oh. oh. oh please.
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any rumors about like russian hooligans or russian hackers while in america. russian spy how many people are spying on you right now. probably like a living telling people are watching the stock when you get the same old sport that i see in the open tonight. could cope with the stuff as i know every.
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syria our heat out of course our earlier job was shifted to what am i to. be. i. think about. the. another icon of the game to give us his predictions was manchester united bolsters
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a merino who was looking ahead to tomorrow's clash between host nation russia and egypt. i think that's the match that's the magic that is going to decide in qualifies for the. for the next for the next round normally the bowls would get three points against saudi she sees their match because you do what i think is a different level of experience and mental ready for the world for this level of competition so this is a big match russia has to stop solid because southern makes that makes the difference and has to impose the use physicality as one of the most important points for the mattress. and also shows they for his thoughts on how the group stand and how the championship is going so far. ok now before all this storm it started make some
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predictions for us didn't you mike and i was going to predictions. for now a little i think a little bit. of a funny feeling and trying to bring some well some salt and pepper to it some of the great take away we know that yes i there was a prince in europe why and russia would get activity there it is russian it's a draw against egypt and job done and it's unjust. to want to. like a great leader and let's go into great big joe as i said spain and portugal and it's only one game so if i ran portugal but nothing to it we just need you just need to be careful when you play against iran if it on the six points is full of fights and one of the big ones results saying let's have a look at that one. jos i said france australia the title says france denmark yeah but you saw how they lost yes australia lost not deserving to lose in my opinion
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and if they compete that's where you're going strong i still think the can do obviously a better result against against the group so my protection you steal bookies is great saying argentina nigeria. in here i think i'm going to lose with nigeria not just because they lost the match but specially because the way they lost when i looked to paper i like many of the players i like. the names i saw nigerians typically strong african country i was disappointed so let's move on to creeping here it is. serbia brazil city didn't get i didn't serve did look good so i told the media my prediction is that i was not thinking that serbia was going home i was wishing serbia was going home which is a different thing because i want i want to go on on
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a holiday. you could see that when switzerland got a point to consider as you obviously can get three against costa rica probably they can get one against serbia and then if they go to five. my prediction can steal can still go with brazil and and switzerland but i have to confess i want my play to go on all of that let's move on banker i f. j s a said germany and mexico germany part of that group. yeah a long way to go germany i think is going to qualify with six points. and and mexico has a big chance now to qualify even with fife so you from mexico doesn't lose against three of them which is very possible and doesn't lose against south korea which is very possible all lose one between the other ones which is also normal as in mexico
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but if i would five or six points and i don't believe that you're going to have a football scandal with germany going home so i think my prediction will be correct finally you being with us what five days it is your last day today just tell us what have been you your impressions of moscow and also the world cup you know the. the atmosphere in the city amazing and you know where we are just in the most iconic place in in the city where of everybody is coming i can imagine sort of two nationalities probably even more on the streets that mysterious fantastic that the city is beautiful the weather is amazing i will stude you i have to believe that these are the best to do in in their dream in their television present amazing experience for me but now i need a little bit of work you need a little bit of holiday but i will be back. with r.t.
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for. some of the final. leg. of.
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the trumpet juggernaut continues on all fronts is he remaking the western world or merely isolating the u.s. also is north korea coming out of the cold much much more on this edition of crossfire. welcome back to our world news headlines now donald trump has called on star for the washington post to go on strike against the newspaper's billionaire owner to mirror con reports from the u.s. capitol hill this is yet another dispute between the washington post and its employees but to remind the viewers the washington post is owned by jeff bezos the founder of amazon and the richest man alive according to forbes he purchased the
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paperback in twenty thirteen for two hundred fifty million dollars and the story transfer for him to sort of with the washington post union publicly calling on bezos to provide better working conditions and better pay for their workers i'm fighting for a decent raise because i believe everyone has contributed to the post success deserves a sure that i'm fighting for a better retirement benefits i'm fighting and retain some amount of job security but this isn't the first time bezos has been publicly called out for not providing suitable working conditions when he visited germany back in april to actually receive an award for business innovation and social responsibility ironically he was met with protests by local amazon employees and bases responded to the protest saying quote i am very proud of our working conditions and i'm very proud of the wages that we pay claiming that his companies pay much higher wages compared to others but this petition signed by four hundred washington post employee is was indorsed by the president of the united states via twitter of course now he tweeted
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a washington post employees want to go on strike because baze us isn't paying them enough i think a really long strike would be a great idea employers would get more money and we'd get rid of fake news for an extended period of time but for some quick background trump has publicly feuded with the washington post who he calls fake news for writing negative stories about him. the washington post union didn't appreciate trump's support saying that it wasn't helpful for their cause given that the present support is really just an attempt to attack the paper and its mission but the washington post union at the even though they're raising concerns about workplace issues it doesn't undermine their support for bases and fellow journalists in their fight to bring truth to light so considering that they turn down such a significant endorsement from the president the united states it remains to be seen whether or not the world's richest man will acquiesce to their demands. for me to control this he has raised many questions for example how long can you stay at a coworker before being accused of sexual harassment online t.v.
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show provided netflix apparently has the answer artie's nuff to check in and explain. oh oh sorry i didn't mean to sexually harass you netflix have reportedly introduced a policy advise in their employees not to stare at each other for longer than five seconds this has neither been confirmed nor denied by the company but the general idea is allegedly inspired by the me too movement toward sexual harassment in the workplace according to netflix employees quoted by the press this five second staring back as part of a package of no lingering hugs no asking for phone numbers and no flirting we're proud of the end to your usman training we offer to our productions we want every netflix production to be a safe and respectful working environment but do you think about when you think about the five second rule i have no idea what the five second rule if you were to
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take a guess would you think it would be about i can eat something after i fall after after i drop it on the floor but only before it's placed there for five seconds so we have a three second rule in norway so we have what you have to have three seconds between your car and the next car. in time oh really you guys were talking today people about netflix you know never play again ok so they have reportedly introduced this new policy where they're after people who work with them to not stare at each other for longer than five seconds. told one sexual harassment really ridiculous company by the. nonsense that you want to try it sounds like small amount of time but it's actually longer really it. seems ok let's start each other let's do that. like the next miley we have to do whatever you think. seems somewhat counterproductive in
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every single way seems a bit stupid really. just looking at people isn't sexual harassment if you and i work together we can. i look at each other for longer than five seconds because then it creates like an uncomfortable environment apparently at the y. you don't have to look at me i'm all right now i don't find uncomfortable just one i think it sounds a little bit odd that you can't have a corporation with anybody and then be afraid of sexual harassment i mean that would just be weird i think it's stupid it's people work together and no look at each other. thank you for choosing our international with you at the top of the hour. for a world cup twenty eight team coverage we've signed one of the greatest goalkeepers of all time but there was one more question and by the way who's going to be our coach. guys i know you are nervous he's
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a huge star and the huge amount of pressure you have to go to the center of the beach but always will and we will show you all the great game the great game you are the rock at the back nobody gets past you we need you to get the ball going let's go. alone. and i'm really happy to join the for the two thousand and three and world cup in russia meet the special one come on south appreciate me to just say the review beyond the team's latest edition to make it up as we go so i need to just say look . i've been saying the numbers mean something they matter us is over one trillion dollars in debt more than ten thousand dollars fine tempting each day. eighty five percent of global will you longs to be ultra rich eight point six percent market saw thirty percent minus one
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is your home with four hundred to five hundred three per second per second and bitcoin rose to twenty thousand dollars. china. building two point one billion dollar ai industrial park but don't let the numbers overwhelm. the only number you need to remember in one one business shows you can't afford to miss the one and only. you know world a big part of new things. and conspiracy it's time to wake up to dig deeper to hit the stories that mainstream media refuses to tell more than ever we need to be smarter we need to stop slamming the door on the bad and shouting past each other it's time for critical thinking it's time to fight for the middle for the truth the time is now for watching closely watching the hawks.
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play for many clubs over the years so i know the game inside guides. football isn't only about what happens on the pitch for the final school it's about the passion from the fans it's the age of the super money kill the narrowness and spending it sure didn't twenty million one player. book it's an experience like nothing else going to be true so i want to share what i think of what i know about the beautiful game great so well paul chimes with. the thinks it's minute.
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nineteen seventy eight. to ninety nine and i i serve better execution. i perform sixty next years in the seventeen years. for that recommend the death penalty in theory the judge that they had performed the execution i think that they were. in light a different story on giving a definite it when.
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the united states is the last country in the developed west to execute criminals. about fifty percent of americans are for the death penalty and fifty percent against it. our capital punishment system is flawed this is not a matter of vengeance it's a matter of just that that we believe serves as a turn capital punishment is tainted by racial disparity having my father's killers executed announcing the a sense of closure is it to restore society or is it an issue if you take a life should your life be taken and justice is about us as a society. one
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nine hundred eighty two was my first execution. i was a correctional officer. one of my main jobs were to save lives so when it came down to execution i had to transform myself into a person that would take up like. jerry givens was appointed executioner in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven when the united states reinstated the death penalty. he grew up in the housing projects of richmond virginia. and remembers one tragic night at a party. when i was a teenager i witness a young lady. shot by. i want to mean quite a young lady because. i was. told if. my thing is that if a person take a life of about a person and that person's life should be taken and that's what i believe. jerry
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received training to operate the electric chair and later to administer lethal injections. he became chief executioner in one thousand nine hundred two. i would say my team members take pride in their work their preparations. getting this person and ready for his next step and i prepare him just to see is he it's for the last time or. a last kiss of his mother sister amy's wife or daughter. with all of human you know and this is one human that had made a mistake and we had to carry out the orders. outside of this team of eight jerry told no one about his work as an executioner not even his wife. we'll keep. a secret and i kept it
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a secret from my my family. since one thousand nine hundred seventy seven other executioners across the united states have put over a thousand four hundred sixty people to death it's a punishment supposed to be reserved for the worst of the worst. but it was a gorgeous day it was a beautiful morning we met some friends in boston and. twenty three thousand runners and half a million spectators gathered for the boston marathon. karen brossard her husband and daughter which cheering a friend over the finish line. we were there for maybe ten or fifteen minutes all excited with the crowd watching everybody come through and suddenly it
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was this incredibly loud. explosion. there were seven of us there six of us were injured. one of our their friends lost both of my life that. i knew that my husband was pretty badly injured. my daughter had shrapnel from her hip. and i had trapped both my legs. the two blasts injured over two hundred sixty people and killed three including krystal campbell. and eight year old martin richard.
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police pursuit two brothers in a dramatic manhunt. getting at. twenty six year old tamar alonzo meyer was killed in a shootout. again later police captured the younger brother dzhokhar alive. cool. over the next few months karen braun in their daughter like many of the bombing victims had to undergo multiple surgeries. going to try to not let this change who i am i'm not going to let this prevent me from living the life that i want to live. i'm not going to be afraid. which later that summer karen traveled from a home in new hampshire to boston first are now i observe rayment at the federal
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court. we were all seated together and he walked out he didn't look at any of us but his hand was obviously entered and my immediate response was i hope that her i hope it's possible. that was. not like me. and the recognition of that about me was scared because that isn't who i am. pled not guilty to all thirty counts seventeen punishable by death. the federal prosecutor asked victims if the u.s. should seek the death penalty. i don't know. i don't know. i. i don't know what justice is i got an e-mail.
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terrorist acts are rare much more common are the murders and other violent acts that happen every day across the united states. in philadelphia shannon schieber was finishing her first year of graduate school. she had been up studying it was early thursday morning before i would say it was friday morning. about two o'clock in the morning she was preparing to take a bath. the assailant who who attacked her he pried open her sliding door. she screamed for help as she was being attacked. the next door neighbor heard that he called mind what would. you know. what. he told me that he heard his neighbor she had
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a scream for help and he heard like a choking he said. the police arrived within twenty minutes they not done the door the no one answered. the next day when shannon didn't show up for a lunch date with her brother shawn he drove to her apartment building. or lucy and its neighbors came down and answered the door and sean said i'm trying to reach my sister or i can't reach you. the guy just went pale they say oh my god i called the police last night they were running up the steps they broke open her door and she was laying naked on her bed.
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by the time we got to philadelphia the police were swarming around the apartment building and they let us know immediately that she had been attacked and that she had been murdered. we were beginning to face the fact that part of us had died and i mean it it hit us very quickly. i just remember the prince that we'd be able to gather to get through this. that weekend they attended mass. when we got to the lord's prayer. saying the lord's prayer out loud was a real confrontation. for you.


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