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this is. from berlin tonight the unthinkable has happened at soccer's world cup at reigning champions germany have been knocked out of the tournament germany supporters around the country and around the world heartbroken to the bitter end and in the last dying minutes they expected. to deliver and advance to the next day but it just wasn't meant to be germany lost to south korea in a win or go home game and now they're going home after the first stage of the turn and it's germany's worst world cup performance in eighty years.
good to have you with us we start with a world cup shock here in germany the national team reigning world champions have been knocked out of the world cup tournaments it is a devastating outcome for a nation that is crazy over soccer i'll be doing a post-mortem on germany's loss to south korea with our sports team in just a moment but to put today's los in historical context the last time that team germany went out of the world cup tournament this early was in one thousand nine hundred thirty eight we have this report now on germany's ninety nine minutes of agony on the pitch. for midway through the first half it became clear it was not to be germany soft and even kept manuel neuer nervous at the start of the second half
of the german side managed to moan some pressure on the south korean goal but failed to capitalise on the chances time and time again nervous it's a back end novus in front of the opponents goal. is a dying minutes of the game germany's afternoon became even worse. you mean one kim surprised an inept offense to put south korea as. much as the delights of his incredulous teammates i and it's a six minute all stoppage time human son added to the misery of the german side that already stopped believing in their work cut comparing. the ones i think somebody saw the sixty fifth minute we started to get really hectic we lost all a tech to get set up when he came in while you take a little misplaced passes did run into some incredible counter text which i hope i can say we stood you fended well but somehow we lost i was struck so this is a very big moment for us and all of germany france very very very big to even in.
the time to hold us humiliated krrish cup is lost in group f. . you know to help us dissect this crash now i'm joined here at the big table by a pub a. shot from our sports team well i mean i wish we were saying hello under different circumstances i think i speak for a lot of people tonight i know that you thought that team germany had refill needs mojo after their win against sweet that's right i mean they look like a kind of a new team to a degree but let's not forget that for the majority of that match against sweden they really did struggle so in many ways yes they had found it but then it was sort of that touchy we'll say and there's many elements that game against sweden at the end the day of course germany beat them two one but it was on the very last minute
that they actually beat them and at half time they're actually facing an early exit which now is happens but they're facing an early exit because sweden actually went ahead because of a mistake by toni cross who went and went on to actually you know scored that last minute winner but there were many issues in the team unity looked like it was a team that sort of lacked drive in. they looked a little bit a little bit lazy at times and it looked like they didn't really want to win it really there's been lots of questions about this team compared to the team in two thousand and fourteen and we actually even heard someone say today that the last good performance that we saw from this team was at the end of two thousand and seventeen i mean was this was it would be almost condemned from the start but i think one of the key factors in them crashing out so early was their mentality they didn't look like they were on the pitch to win these games it didn't look like they had much to fight for from the first game on words against mexico already they looked complacent they looked as if the fact that their reigning world champions would carry them all the way through to the final which is not how football works
but obviously they weren't told that obviously the they couldn't have thought that i mean do you really think that they had that mind game you know taking place that they could sit on their laurels from twenty fourteen well it can happen and i mean you know in many respects it's not that uncommon to see something like this happen spain crushed out in twenty air and twenty fourteen of course after they'd won in two thousand and ten italy crushed then twenty ten after they'd won in twenty two there is a person being courteous and understanding going a little bit kind of big for your boots you know and they went in and like i said before they helped a little bit lazy they they kind of had a lot of issues in the team how much of this can we trace back to because well at the end of the day there's always a players who are on the field and who have to put in the performance but there are some decisions that you know him and of can make to help his team and it doesn't look like he really supported his team in this there were some controversial dishes and decisions from before the world cup or already like which players he ended up taking he left at home a promising young talent. which many heavily criticized he left at home the the
goal scorer of two thousand and fourteen of the final. he basically brought them the title with his goal get a goal in the last minute of the final against argentina so there's some controversy about that for sure do you think the last really puts the final nail in the coffin for the error of. in terms of germans i'm not sure whether i would say it's a nail in the coffin really i think it's time for him to step down yes i think it's time for something new in germany but we can't forget that he did make them world champion i mean under you know he moved right germany experienced a very very big high so i think now is just a time for something new but will you watch the other games i did indeed i was in that i was in an odd situation where i had to watch both games at once and i was sort of watching i was watching mexico and sweden of course mexico let's not forget the chairman and sweden were incredibly hungry for this they went out there they really wanted to win and they ended up you know were performing incredibly well as
were they are they are they that much better than germany do you think or is it the determination to win that is. partly what you do in the pitch as in physically but a lot of what football has to do is what's going to appear on how you you know act at there and whether you're hungry for it and whether you're as a team work together obviously germany has a fantastic is a plethora of amazing players so you can say it's that they don't have the talent there the problem is how do you bring those people together how do you drive them how do you make sure that they when they're out there they work together they can understand each other they can read each other and it looked today particular with that match between mexico and sweden that's we've really had all the elements there and that's why they deserved three nil when. he said you know nonetheless either way you look at it for the for team germany tonight. thank you very much thank you and the disappointment is clearly being felt among germany supporters we went to the fan while here in berlin to get their reactions take
a look. i mean defect misunderstood just wasn't on our side we had our chances we had a shots on goal that the german team had to press forward and that was when south korea landed their shots and we didn't get a chance in the last minutes of overtime so it was just bad luck that flashing a few time and of a single. i think the last report that. disappointment horror. but it's really sad we had such high hopes especially here in the fans only the mood was so good we hope to get in like the last game in the last second was disappointing. all right joining me now for more on germany's shocking exit from the world company is our sports correspondent alina we're talking earlier you were right inside that fan while today you survived did you call your mother and tell are you surprised yet i still after calling about obviously i made it out alive why would you do that and how did the fans how did
they take this loss ok initially obviously disbelief a lot it was like a long moment of silence and a lot of fans have the headstone and a lot of them also in stoppage time when germany didn't have that a lot of them will hope and feel like a moment of magic to happen again and they cried inside the fan mile in or does it in stoppage time you had a lot of sense of a city even had this house on top ready to record another magical moment it didn't happen i mean it did happen but it was talk that scored and i'm but i also have to say note here we do see france crying here and initially that was the case but i have to say brant at the end we had a lot of smiling pants once it sank in why these and then there's more of it i think it's also because you know this time in twenty fourteen they won the world cup and if they have won it again this time around it would have been almost like a bonus i think people are always talking about like the players beings are motivated or they didn't quite have the motivation this time they went really
hungry enough some of these fans i have to say also rant that hungry and a lot of them are basically saying look four years from now we'll be back and you think that's really it's the psychology here that is i mean that's really most important on the pitch today that if you've tasted victory once then the hunger for a second time may not be as strong well yes. no but then for example if we look at the temp incident and we look at real madrid you're kind of like three in a row i mean those guys continued being hungry i think there are a lot of reasons this time around why it didn't happen for germany but at halftime when i was talking to a lot of these fans i mean a lot of them were still really confident they were going to turn this around in the second half it's germany they always take a bit of time to get the game going it didn't happen it didn't happen and if you look at the last three propriety performances let's be honest let's be objective jada's it was not about performance where they were better if they were towing the fee that you just talk about the impact that it's had on society today i mean i
when i was driving into the office this afternoon to exist during the game and it was palpable there was a quiet on the street and i knew one thins things are not going to be one thing well yeah and did you sense that i mean could you could you almost feel in the air was it almost tangible yeah and certainly from the get go there was a nervousness even like inside the the crowd and you sensed that and i think i remember even saying that when i did the frist life hit is that south korea in one way they had nothing to lose that nothing in a way to pay for but they did want to go and south korea policy do want to go back home at least with a point with the goal of conservation when they got it but look if you can't win against south korea you probably don't deserve to be yeth good it's like us. that's been saying that the man talking is always good to have you have the big day but thank you. flo as we said germany finished
a lasting group and failed to advance in group ybor a zil and switzerland both advance to the knockout rounds which will end courtesy of a two two draw against costa rica while five time world champions brazil went through as group leaders they had to know when against serbia. skilful finnish provided open up after thirty six minutes defender at the. scored the second for me prior to this ill meet mexico in the ground sixty in the other match dermot was on target first richards a second goal and it was in the eighty eighth minute a two two draw against those rica was enough for switzerland to go through and they'll face sweet in the knockout round. a rescue ship stranded for days in the mediterranean with more than two hundred migrants on board has arrived in malta the ship called lifeline is run by a german charity it's now been allowed to dock after a group of e.u.
states agreed to accept those migrants who qualify for refugee status the maltese government had initially refused entry and is now threatening the ship's crew with legal action. arrived but on welcome a week after being rescued from the sea migrants on board the lifeline finally reach a safe harbor. following an international standoff malta allowed the ship to dock but only after several european countries agreed to accept the migrants the ship's crew now face repercussions for their rescue mission the m.v. lifeline will be detained pending the necessary investigations according to national and international rules the situation has been caused by a decision of the captain of the said vessel who went against international rules and ignored directions being given by the italian authorities who were coordinating the rescue. maltese authorities allege the ship was improperly registered and that
the crew switched off its transponder the lifelines german based charity operator denies any wrongdoing. by sarkar to be honest i'm ashamed and i'm close to tears to see other people who are treated everyone is talking about trump in mexico on the wall but i think europe isn't any better as. the crew has been caring for hundreds of migrants many sick across days of uncertainty and rough weather those rescued by the lifeline describe harrowing stories of their journey. in the us he said he passed through several places that were like prisons. prisons prisons like prisons he says. they will now be registered and transferred to several european countries or deported if they're found to have no asylum claim the european partners insist this will be a one off solution but it's the second time that a rescue ship has itself had to be rescued so far this month and
a long term solution is still out of sight. and for german chancellor angela merkel the next few days will be decisive she is under massive pressure. betty because her conservative bavarian sister party the c.s.u. is demanding a hard line on refugee policy and it wants to turn migrants back at the country's border but merkel wants a european solution on thursday she heads to brussels for a crucial summit on migration if the results of that summit fail to appease her critics sure return to a crisis here in berlin that could topple the government. fast diplomacy e.u. commission chief sean claude young spanish prime minister people sanchez french president even when marco. nieto european allies now. however you look at it migration is a european challenge at the moment perhaps the greatest challenge and the cohesion
of this european union is at stake. when you. merkel is backed by a french president in one remark or in her search for a european solution that to reprise in the hard core of a multilateral you wrote. following the same line other bene look states also spain portugal and greece the mediterranean countries especially do not want to have to cope with the refugee problem alone. metals method gets clear when it comes to spain. germany promises to help out at the spanish border and in return the spanish prime minister will support me actually. there's a lot of course we will work with chancellor merkel and to the german government on a common solution to the migration issue i have a range this with the chancellor and i can gladly confirm this here. but the tone
coming from austria and italy is less kind to american. austrian chancellor sébastien chords is chief critique of asylum policy he sympathizes with e.u. countries wanting to seal off their national borders his fuse align with those of america still mesti components the very unstable premier market suit of the c.s.u. and his supporters. of me i am grateful that i have always received supported above area for my stance and i believe that we had a very similar position in twenty fifteen or twenty sixteen when many refugees reproached us. so you don't. greatest freeze lie to the east poland hungary the czech republic and slovakia. group. they refused to accept migrants.
and refugee camps outside the e.u. . read least all agree on securing the european union's perry and strengthening the border protection agency for one takes. continues but time is running out. making headlines around the world in the united states supreme court justice anthony kennedy says that he plans to retire after three decades on the court the eighty one year old is a conservative but he's often sided with liberal justices on issues such as abortion rights the move gives president trump of chance to cement conservative control of the high court when he nominates a new justice deadly. the
region and its main city. say that dozens of civilians have been killed since the offensive began a week ago with up to fifty thousand people uprooted by the. the government in south sudan has agreed to a permanent ceasefire with the country's president salva kiir signed the peace agreement days of talks in. the capital of neighboring sudan it could bring an end to more than four years of civil war which is left tens of thousands dead. has ordered the release of journalist. he was sentenced to life in prison months ago on charges of aiding the failed coup attempt in the country back in two thousand and sixteen more than fifty thousand people have been arrested in the since that coup attempt including more than one hundred twenty journalists. in thailand officials say that time is running out in the search for twelve boys and their football coach who are believed to be trapped in
a cave system that has now flooded the coach took the boys exploring after a training session they've been missing since saturday. the boy spikes left at the mouth of the cave the last indication that they were here for four days rescue teams have been working nonstop to locate them and their coach these trucks relatives have been waiting stoically in the rain praying. i hope that today with the full team helping inside my son will be saved. or thore to say they still hope to find the boys alive but heavy rains keep hampering rescue efforts with water levels in the cavern getting dangerously high. using pumps rescuers have been trying to drain off some of the watering site and they've been looking for other ways to access the cave.
with you know every direction where there was an entry to the quay yesterday we found. but it was a dead end and. the complex set of caves is situated in a forest park in the northern province of xiang right and it's popular with tourists and locals the boys came here on saturday to explore it with their coach after a football match but people are warned not to visit them during the monsoon season which runs from may to looked over and here is why to wrench a reins constrictive turn the area into a deadly sea of mud the interior minister said rescuers are set to start drilling a hole into the caves hole on thursday. disney is taking a big step to making a mega takeover a reality day that's right a huge regulatory approval today brand walt disney has been given the go ahead to
bid for assets belonging to twenty first century fox and the trust regulators did lay down some conditions though ordering disney to sell its regional sports networks within ninety days the bid worth more than seventy billion dollars it's for assets that include the f.x. network and the studio that houses the x.-men franchise and to our own market superhero now and scott is watching this from wall street so yes regulatory approval a big step of course in any takeover so is this a done deal. not quite definitely got the big step closer to actually do the biggest acquisition in walt disney's history of they have been on of buying spree they bought the superhero loaded marvel entertainment french they've bought lucas film and with that the rights to the star wars empire but there is still a chance that their cable operator comcast actually could try to come up with
a higher bit more original e in december it is newport down fifty two billion dollars on the table then comcast actually said they're going to pay cash sixty five billion dollars now we are at a good seventy one billion dollars so it's not a done deal yet but disney did get a step closer and the stock was well not down as much as the broader market ok in oil has hit its best closing price since twenty fourteen does this mean big bucks for us shale oil or is a sign the country isn't producing an awful well who knows even both. well i mean one thing is certain that the demand for oil is still pretty high and then with the announcement of possible sanctions if countries import oil from iran starting november is causing some turmoil on the oil market i was already up quite a bit in the two stairs session and now on wednesday we hit as you mentioned the
highest level since two thousand and fourteen well the u.s. is exporting a record amount of oil but the problem with oil as oil is not all there's so many different varieties and you can't just replace one all by the other and then by the way there was also news that saudi arabia is thinking about to actually pump eleven million dollars of barrels of oil a day that would be a record but still prices are reaching more to your height so the bottleneck in oil is tightening but that won't remain that way for long guns called thank you very much and speaking of oil looks like diesel gate is clogging up volkswagen supply chain they're so unprepared for the amount of emissions testing that's actually required they're renting vast swathes of space at berlin's unfinished new airport. a much delayed airport losing money by the
day and unbuckled car giant in desperate need of storage space two national embarrassments that have however implausibly come to a mutually beneficial arrangement berlin's future airport has to store thousands of fog stock cars as they await new emissions tests so how is the idea going down. if it means that berlin takes in more money which can then be used to refinance the airport then i'm in favor of it being used as a parking lot for v.w. . it will take a while before the airports ready and there's enough space so why not make use of us. on. the diesel emissions scandal forms the backdrop to the story from september first vehicles that haven't passed tough new emissions tests won't be allowed on the road b.w. has been busy money factoring cars designed to pass the tests but since so many of them haven't been given the green light yes it's not facing the problem of where to store them in the interim delivery of some two hundred fifty thousand vehicles
could be delayed as a result. my bones dime learned b.m.w. are ahead of b.w. with several models are already approved. says the delays are partly due to complications of writing from the emissions. as for the air force authorities now hope it will open in twenty twenty nine years behind schedule. another german embarrassment now commiserations of poor ringing in from around the world after this world cup disaster. of. action in the wake of. the defending world cup football home. state. that was.
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truth detectives starts june thirtieth on t w. they were ninety nine minutes of torture germany the reigning world cup champions today knocked out of the tournament by south korea the last time that team germany performed this poorly at a world cup was in nineteen thirty eight so the light victors defeated and writing songs are history for all the wrong reasons i'm burned off in berlin this is the day.