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this is due to the news coming to you live from britain and germany have survived a huge scare in the world called a very late goal by tony pro state germany to end your proceedings with one game left in the group stage germany now have a chance to defend their proud cup title. also coming up the stakes are high in turkey's elections polls opened earlier this morning for a vote which marks president bachelet tired heard a long think is an electoral challenge in fifteen years of ruling the country whoever wins the take charge with sweeping new presidential powers. and more
migrants are still in the mediterranean as european countries clash over who should examine them today a select group of e.u. leaders will lease in brussels for crisis talks on migration. a we're going to start off with the world cup of course and russia now where germany survived a huge scare after beating sweden and what was probably the game of the tournament so far we'll hear reaction from amman and saatchi in just a moment but i have. to do with me here from the sports desk how though i'm almost in swedish colors this morning you are almost like it was a very close shave it was a very close shave indeed and it was there was no shortage of drama everyone was on the edge of their seats here in germany and of course germany from across the planet of the best thing we need to do is really take a look at all the action. germany started furiously pinning sweden back right from
the start but lacked precision in front of goal and they lacked precision in their passing to tony cause as misplaced bull gave sweden an opportunity to supply. who made no mistake. sweden ahead against the run of play in germany in deep trouble after the first goal was my mistake no question but when you play four hundred passes one or two might go astray you need to have your guts to play such as second half after that mistake. was a second half they played three minutes in a mako royce netted the equalizer was. but then a setback as jerome book saying was sent off after a second yellow card time was running out of on we were a man down for the last ten fifteen minutes but even then we did not stop playing football he switched a couple of positions and then tony strike on this what can you say honest tony
cross free kick in the ninety fifth minute saves both the day and the world cup for germany by. a brilliant routine teed up by marco royce turned tony cross from zero to hero was of the zero to hero indeed because at the end of the day he did make that mistake which of course he acknowledged and then of course everybody no one to be talking about the state could be talking at that goal and that's one of those world cup moments of people remember they don't call it that was one of the crackers from the world cup and of course it's a huge choice really for us the move of course because you know the german team had long with the force to germany manager and south were under a lot of pressure to perform and they waited practically until the end to confirm what they really needed which is of course a win and you know keep the man with a very good chance and moving through to the next round absolutely there is nothing like a goal in the dying minutes of let's get
a saatchi to jonathan harding who is standing by after that a safe this nice well johnson was jubilation are just really from the team. i think it was a combination of both i think jubilation us probably just described certainly in the moments off that i go it's just one of those brilliant moments at a world cup where a dramatic late goal that wins the game i think jubilation is the only thing that you can feel but with more time posturing i think there's certainly an element of relief and maybe even some determination and defiance from this germany team tony crow said afterwards that he thought that there was a feeling that maybe some people in germany almost wanted them to lose this game because of the way that they played but they haven't made it easy for themselves but they got the result that they needed i think that's the most important thing moving forward that's right they just never gave up and the german team is by no means through to the next rounds yet are they. you know things could get complicated if sweden win in their last game as well as germany because then they
would be three teams in the group on six points but i think the assumption is that if germany can get their job done against south korea which means a win then hopefully from germany's perspective mexico will be able to stop sweden from winning and i thought point in germany are going to go through but they'll obviously have more concerns it's a go through second because that means they might end up playing brazil in an all count rounds but once there are just a time south korea next. ok jonathan i know you have to catch a flight now so back off you go to the counter near moscow and we'll be talking to you again and major johnson harding of the sports team in tsotsi a slice of last night's make a match and probably the result most of come as a massive relief the fans here want to reckon there was there was i mean plenty of people and it wasn't the nicest of nights now saturday night in berlin it was broken down wrangle people went out they watched the match in places like the brandenburg tor and all their bars and restaurants across the city i think we need
to take a look at how dramatic it was for them. it was the germany fan's worst nightmare as sweden went ahead a nail biting wait five before palin's fan mile erupted as marco royce equalized for germany early in the second toss my. and finally jubilation the agonizing prospect of a draw or forgotten as toni kroos sealed a miracle victory in extra time. a guy just amazing we pulled it off at the last minute incredible i can't believe it was fantastic. this. it's really overwhelming we're just so happy we couldn't believe it would happen but then we did it i don't have any now i'm. amazing brilliant we kept hoping that right till the end we can handle it germany can win
again my. chance for trainer yogi lurve the hero of the hour. with the cup still theoretically within reach for these fans at least anything is possible. for. there you have an older there celebrate most often through germany finds my way home from work last night and you know they're the next match and i was the twenty seventh of june is of course germany faced south korea and as jonathan said there it's all to play for essentially a mark group so the drama isn't over just yet not just talk here on wednesday so watch how to fully inmates from the date of the sports. polls have opened and turkey's presidential and parliamentary elections and come but later batch of tayyip erdogan and his party are facing a tight race with a revitalized opposition opposition candidates mauro n.j. from the secular republican people's party has votes his is hoping to force her to
wanted to a second round runoff and has held huge campaign rallies in recent days turkish voters are concerned over a weakening economy and the ruling parties increasingly across a group that has bolstered the opposition. and he w correspondent during jones is with us now from outside a polling center in istanbul durian can you give us a sense of what's happening where you are right now. well that's been the city's stream of photos since the polling station here opened at around eight o'clock now traditionally voters do in here in turkey vote late turkey does have a very high petition participation rate one of the highest in the world over eighty percent normally and turnout is seen as key to this election the opposition have been pushing hard for their or their supporters to return back from holidays and in fact we're hearing reports that many most of turkey's holiday resorts are empty as
voters return back to place their vote now supporters have concerns about their turnout and in fact the president in his last day of campaigning all his voting strongholds in istanbul and his message was turn out and vote and given up. to be a very closely fought campaign turnout could be proved key to the outcome of these elections. and it's still looking relatively quiet there as we mentioned this is looking like the closest election race since everyone came to power fifteen years ago how confident would you say is the opposition. well i think they are aware the old one is undoubtedly the frontrunner but what we have seen in this campaign is that the opposition have been remarkably galvanized led by more i mean. a series over one hundred meetings all across the country culminating in a series of make a rally in the last few days during millions of people the last one in istanbul but
they really believe that they do have the momentum although they are aware that one is still ahead what they will be pushing for is to prevent them from getting more than fifty percent of the vote forcing a second round runoff that is a priority and it is expected to be a very close contest. and the result of course may depend on whether these elections are free and fair dorie and what are you hearing on the ground. well certainly that is the concern about the fairness. the polls last year's referendum to extend president old ones powers was modern allocation fault and there is this massive mobilization this time overhaul the millions from all the opposition parties all focusing on all the ballot stations to ensure a fair turnout this is a major concern we're getting reports of people of voting here in istanbul leaving the city for fear of what could happen in the evening everyone is very nervous
about what will happen in the next few hours and the main challenge or more i mean has called for a mobilization of all its supporters for the next thirty six hours dorian jones in istanbul thank you for that update. and to some of the other stories making news around the world. women in saudi arabia took to the roads for the first time in decades as the world's only ban on women motorists was lifted made nice the overwhelming majority of saudi women still don't have driver's licenses and there are long waiting lists for. an explosion at a rally in the said bob wayne city of when a whale has injured the country's vice president the president emerson man and god has said this on her has been on her brother and in god what was addressing his supporters stadium ahead of nationwide elections in july power at last remember
after zimbabwe's long time leader robert mugabe was. tens of thousands of supporters of the european union have gathered in central london to call for a final vote on the terms of brightness the rally comes exactly two years to the day that britain held its referendum on leaving the e.u. marj organization organizers say that the public deserves the final word and he brags that dia. and as tensions flare over migration to the e.u. leaders of member nations are preparing to gather in brussels for a mini summit on sunday their goal to decide how to deal with the influx of migrants seeking new life in europe and so much was triggered by the events of the past few weeks several rescue boats carrying migrants were stranded at sea after one country after another refused to allow the vessels to dock on their territory. another boat stranded in the mediterranean sea carrying rescued migrants with
nowhere to don't get this german ship lifeline is the latest vessel to be refused permission by the new its honey and government to use one of the country's ports the migrants influx to the south of italy has seen the country's government toughen it stands on an issue which has defined it the european union. people should be in europe the times are over when france and germany decided refugee policy when they told your political what they had to pay and which migrants they had to take in. celgene is tough talk has struck a chord with austria he met with his austrian counterpart in rome and heard of an emergency mini summit being held in brussels on sunday. for game in stark contrast to vienna and rome strong anti immigrant policy french president m.
and while macro has joined german chancellor angela merkel's call for other e.u. countries to take their fair share of migrants. that's. the topic which currently concerns us all is migration. we see it as a common challenge the first have to make sure that the cause behind migration is eliminated was the one that's the one because i think. they appear to have one at least on saturday in macau welcome spain's new prime minister pedro sanchez to paris the week after madrid so i can almost see.