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this is t w news live from berlin heartache for germany as the women's soccer team is knocked out of the world cup order finals. the 2 time winners take the lead but their dreams are dashed is sweeping him back to prevail today one. italian authorities arrest the skipper of a ship carrying migrants rescued in the mediterranean sea captain correct had to have defied in order to stay away from italian courts now she could be facing up to 10 years in jail. and pride around the world 15 years after
new york's stop so wall riots sparked the gay rights movement people are on the streets to celebrate diversity of men equality. i'm exposer welcome to the program germany is out of the women's soccer world cup after a tight $21.00 defeat by sweden in the quarter finals germany took the lead in scorching heat in france but sweden hit back with a goal in each half it means one of the pre-term and favorites is heading home. the german women lined up for a shot at the world cup semifinal in the absence of jennifer matters shaan the 2 young teammates withstood scorching french heat and an early swedish onslaught to take the lead up to 15 minutes one nil to germany. being
a man who with his 2nd goal of the tournament and one of the best in france a fuck up 6 minutes later however the swedish women used the direct route to find an equalizer a mistake by germany at the back and sophia jakobsen school was one all of the break yacob son ashamed her role as the most dangerous forward on the pitch in the 2nd tough she was involved in a well constructed build up before stina black stimulus netted sweden 2nd to give his side a crucial lead was germany had plenty of time to find the level but despite some close calls in the dying minutes the 2 time world cup winners heading home. and sweeten a marching on to a semi fun jonathan craven sports joins me now. what happened well what happened indeed massive disappointment for germany one of the frito favorites it's started so well for them of course they took the lead and i hate to say i told you so but i
was worried about germany's defense and ultimately they were undone by that defensive frailties beetson as well by the better team on the day i mean never really threatens their rights at the end when they were throwing everything at sweden had a couple of head is maybe could have scored with one of them but unfortunately they go out of the tournament they also will not qualify for next year's olympics and how much of a disappointment will this be in germany it's going to be a huge disappointment as i said they were one of the pretty favorites and germany had to be going from strength to strength in this tournament they were getting better with every game but those differences frailties they were talking about course out by a long ball for the 1st goal then bore watching for the 2nd one so huge disappointment could they have started with jennifer marriage on that plane because she'd been recovering from a broken toe they sent the missed creates if that person is important for her to i spoke to her before the tournament she said she was dreaming of playing on that side club side that's where the semifinals and finals are going to be but take nothing away from sweden they thoroughly deserved to go through the fs competitive
victory over germany in 24 he is well so looking forward to having greed for germany no sweden versus the netherlands. how did they get through their game earlier today yeah that's the other semifinal game we played in the on wednesday night the netherlands really most as a contender in women's football in recent is that the reigning european champions it was difficult game against it's really a case tough but eventually they proved too strong and made the breakthrough in 70 minutes that set the on the. scoring she raised the heisman set piece and then they sealed the wing 10 minutes later. it was a mirror of this for us but from the other side free kick from the right and i was stephanie on the ground with the head. since their 1st ever women's world cup semifinal in the dark courses in this tournament and they're accompanied by so many fans it's not just played in the last just across the border from the netherlands
thousands of them came over a sea of orange it really was a sight to behold great football they're great goals thank you. italian police have arrested the captain of a migrant rescue ship after it entered the port of lampedusa without permission. it was detained for refusing to obey a military vessel a crime for which he could face 10 years in prison. it's the end of the mediterranean all to see. finally migrants from sea watch 3 set foot on italian soil. a few hours earlier. the 31 year old german captain of the risky ship was arrested supporters had gathered in the harbor but also opponents. of our country's being overrun israelis being overrun by them don't let the captain get away otherwise it's the end of the world he must tongue cover now. we've got.
those on board see watch 3 languished for more than 2 weeks. several had to be evacuated for medical reasons. briquettes it declared a state of emergency but the italian government continued to refuse permission to enter lampedusa the nearest port. nothing for we're still waiting for a solution which unfortunately hasn't materialized that's why i've decided to talk in the pores which is quite empty at night gets caught in not by us. the surprise maneuver was a success but sea watch 3 bumped into a small police boat while docking italy's interior minister material salvini from the right wing populist leg of party accused the captain of aggression. first that will this is a criminal act a war like that where she was arrested and is now under house arrest on lampedusa
now the italian traditionary has 48 hours to decide whether sure remain under arrest. now faces 3 to 10 years in jail she's accused of resisting the commands of a military ship it's still unclear what will happen to the migrants several european countries including germany have offered to take them in. time to take a look now at some of the other stories making news around the world severe flooding has killed at least 3 people and submerged thousands of homes in russia's south eastern region around 100 people have been hospitalized rescue teams deployed boats and helicopters to bring residents to safety the floods affected around 50 communities more rain is forecast for the region. thousands marched in the georgian capital tbilisi calling for the resignation of the country's interior
minister they blamed. for a police crackdown on demonstrators last week at least 240 people were injured when riot police fired tear gas water cannon and rubber bullets at protesters. south korean president has welcomed his u.s. counterpart donald trump in the capital seoul trump has offered to meet with north korean leader kim jong un he goes to the demilitarized zone on sunday moved welcomed the idea but there is no indication from north korea that such a meeting will happen. hundreds of demonstrators have taken to the streets of sudan calling for the ruling military council to hand over power to a civilian administration at the rally near the capital khartoum took place on the eve of a planned mass protest organized by the opposition. at the g 20 summit in osaka japan u.s. president donald trump hailed an agreement to restart trade talks with china the 2
countries nearly a year long trade dispute has disrupted the globe. colony slowing growth and affecting investment decisions max huff and reported on the summit from beginning to the final communique. this was the handshake the world had been waiting for so much hinged on the bilateral meeting of the 2 presidents that you could almost hear a sigh of relief going through world markets when donald trump said it was this we had a great meeting and we will be continuing to negotiate and i promise that for. at least the time being we're not going to be lifting tariffs on china and addition of the focus here of course being on the wording tremendous or at least the time being $50000000000.00 at last year's g 20 summit
donald trump said something very similar but that didn't keep us chinese relations from deteriorating afterwards the e.u. had much more solid results to share with the world after 20 years of negotiating finally an agreement with the south american trade bloc. you steve. yes the real message in support of open fair sustainable and to space 3 because 2 it creates good jobs. for all concerned it shows that in this total of modes agreements can be reached mutely belief issue compromises can be felt. but it's getting harder the negotiations to reach agreement on the final communique were tougher than ever before and lasted through 2 nights straight to the sides trade there was another contentious topic. climate change
the united states wanted to kick the topic out of the communique altogether but in the end there was just too much opposition. in the end 19 countries supported the paris agreement that's supposed to limit global warming to under 2 degrees and one country didn't in these times this qualifies as success. this is not next mission until after negotiating day and night it's not possible to have an $1000.00 plus one statement. in which the 1960 trees of the paris agreement commit themselves to the same things we did and when a serious we say this process is a reversible puts is. so overall the worst outcome was averted but this can't hide the fact that each year the g 20 is under increasing pressure.
also at the g 20 summit german chancellor anger methyl made her 1st public comments about her health since experiencing a 2nd bout of shaking at a function before heading to japan responding to a reporter's question she played down the incident insisting that she felt fine. these kinds of jubilation does i can tell you that firstly i understand your question but i have nothing special to tell you except the time well i'm convinced that just as this reaction came up by it will also go away again. cities around the world have been celebrating pride this weekend 50 years after the stonewall riots in new york sparks the gay rights movement. writes for l g b t q people are now being enshrined in law in many places but in others they are under threat. it was a 1st for north macedonia. occupied as well sculpted pride i think you can see there are many people here and it's the 1st time something like this is happening in
scope you see that push but i'd. move over the 1st troy the sphere is great there are far more people than we anticipated and it's beautiful we hate speech coming from those who wanted to frighten people seeing that this is against their interests not only didn't frighten anyone but irritated many who came to show support. around the world pretty much as celebrates it and demanded great a recognition in the pool and here in the philippines on friday new york's mayor mark the moment where it all began 50 years ago the stonewall riots sparks the gay rights movement. there this is your doing here i proclaimed as one of the kids running around here this is your dad stonewall. there was celebrations in europe currently experiencing the new normal dangerous heat waves. in portugal.
and in france. in finland where and hearing that was the 1st ever prime minister to join the much. pride celebrations a growing and appearing in more and more cities around the world l g b t q. plus rights of being formally protected in many places while in the fight for equality is still an uphill battle. and a reminder of the top stories we're following for you. sweden has knocked germany out of the women's football world cup by germany's early lead at the swedish team scored a 21 victory over their rivals they'll now face the netherlands in the semifinals. and don't forget you can always get t w news on the go just download our app from google play or from the apple store to give you access to all the latest news from around the world as well as push notifications for any breaking news we also used