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by surprise including the shock. over the.
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week. a welcome to the program. but of course still top stories with the world cup as well which is in full swing and day four will see some highly anticipated matches with three being played across russia. today football's heavy lift is hitting the pitch a. victory against australia for
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a controversial penalty decision. as that. held tina to a draw and denmark took advantage of some sloppy finishing by peru to win the game meanwhile croatia defeated nigeria so here's something much analysis from co-hosts josie marino and peter schmeichel. it was. at. the first.
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i don't think it's a fair result i think after the play at that pass to play the good game they couldn't play better than what they did with the potential they have i'll always like to praise the team that plays in their limits and i was trying to play in their limits frank says players to play them better than what they did and i think they were a little bit a little bit lucky of course the penalties a penalty of course the second goal is a goal but without. dogs really are without goal line technology the result will be different but i'm really happy that technology helped to give the truth of the game. ah the father because. i. loved.
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every front of me actually answered i had everyone said we were coming here against france and to not being there when no one would do if we do if we did something. spicy varosha. messi was always trying to die it was clear that he just wasn't going from us and it just wasn't his times. of course when you miss a penalty. in the world cup in a moment where your. need step the ball of course that affects you. and after that after that moment he was trying but probably even in superman even in super players. they are humans and they have feelings and i think the penalty yes affected him you know you know the syrians have to look ahead i think we deserve three points but we have to keep calm and stay focused i think
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a lot of what we did was good but in any case we just have to try to win the croatian match you know we here on my team came with the determination to win this match we faced a team with a strong defensive structure and lots of people behind the ball so it stopped us from capitalizing on our possession mostly in the second half but well this is a really started. i did my homework i looked at a lot of penalties from messi and also looked at how i have been behaving in the last couple of penalties or tried to get into their minds and. imagine what they would be thinking about me so so i had a good feeling that it would go this way today let's look at some highlights go. through. it where oh here it is a good finish because that one that was after twenty minutes typical of the finishing is absolutely fantastic the problem for argentina was to create chances but. everybody knows that prague is absolutely fantastic and with
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a back to the turns the gravity center very very low very powerful right and left the same so the shop is fantastic now at that point i'm sure i wasn't alone in thinking i k they're going to get a few more now argentina but that didn't happen and iceland got one back very quickly we can see that. a close range but nonetheless takes a strike. yeah as i was saying it's inside of the box on the right side the striker you know it's a good it's a good finishing very confident if i could choose a war to describe their war compact no man to man against mass you know meant for man against anyone of of detecting players from argentina just being compact i think these boys from iceland since they were babies they were eating a lot of meat on breakfast immediately all of them very very strong very very feats and the football they play it's perfectly adapted to the way they be the way they
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are. not. i . it's it's a big day for this michel family and you know if you have a son playing in the world cup like that is that something this is probably the
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wrong word i don't know action sagna is just that's a better word thanks for that i thought i was doing my bit called i'd like to study the long run very i i was really. and nerve wrecking the last period of the game for for me as a fan. and at the same time i have to say it was no classic game it's not one of those you you want to watch a game i think. i haven't found i feel. they were trying to huffing and puffing but nothing really came to have a few chances but i think clearly that the end of the first hour and how that penalty called a wasted opportunity to you didn't it because this is the instance of the penalty itself so so there are three went to. the video system no referee and he
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decided it was a pansy. but i don't know what what he's was doing here i mean the lack of concentration the sort of the stop on the step up but it was. eventually he missed a penalty and i have to say i'm still a little bit in doubt trying to be neutral and objective i'm a little bit in doubt if it really was offensive but then the day he missed a penalty so that's no debate overall the saving are you satisfied with denmark's performance i mean marks out of ten what would you give them in terms of performance yeah in terms of output and game ten in terms of performance half way there i think the five i think this team could do so much more than what really works well today was the defense so they defended really well.
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argentina fans though were left frustrated after the clash with iceland on saturday especially those that had pinned hopes on one player in particular.
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more than two million fans have come to russia to cheer their teams and along with the adults kids too are enjoying to be incredible atmosphere during this world cup . some of the younger fans. good to be out of the body as a subordinate i see you. i started the most but as part of that i see. just that level you show. us that it's a sing a cut dumas got going yes the same is born that i see and i have in japan eyes. to cook nobody else that was i know better in. my house. who's ashes i know the rest of course is right what's your name my name tell you how old are you living right so you are cheering for colombia you're from poland. basically family come here ok so who have it how long have you stayed in moscow so far on the i think one or two
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days ok how do you find moscow on it's really funny it is legal there's a lot of plates here with the world cup it makes an amazing have you heard any rumors about like russian hooligans or russian hackers a while in america of. russian spies how many people are spying on you right now on i'll probably like eleven thousand people are watching me ok so i knew any one of them could be spies yes all right so you're you're suspect of you you're not letting your guard down i'm not. and i still have plenty more to look forward to on sunday to costa rica playing serbia in summer and defending champions germany mexico in the cup while five time champions personal with star struck and they must take on switzerland for the faceoff between the teams will kick off but the real stuff arena in southern russia the stadium was built specially for the world cup.
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so why this of one hundred. for switzerland to have a participate in the tournament now since i will nineteen thirty four the team is ranked sixth in the world after winning nine games in a row in qualifying now there are a last faceoff with brazil was almost seven years ago and it ended in a tie but switzerland will have to give their best performance this time around
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with brazil currently the most successful nation at the tournament the squad was unbeaten in its last twelve world cup group games and they've got some devoted fans to follow that across the ocean. a lot of stuff for. losers. needs to be my first time using them as i'm going to get just because they're talented it seems that reads i know i'm not. here we have some informations about the trip and here we still talking about the
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same cards that is able to buy interest in girls issues three in. all when they become a thing they're always well dressed the way you read clothes see inside the banks a family inserted in the libby so do they still true. this is. the. richest. people. in. the house. and other devoted brazil were on the plane tossed off or gone.
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and legendary brazilian football and pele who helped win his country three world cup trophies spoke to watch co-host on call him all about this time and that world cup win brazil lost at home in the medicare not against uruguay for the first time i saw my father he was with another players in my house to loosen the game good that i wouldn't have to be then i saw my father with that has been to know that i didn't understand as to why my father. because the only as they say to me ok made them to go i made them. so you promised you'll fall that you would win a world cup one day that was a very bold statement for a nine year old's mike father than going to one one woke up before you don't i don't is that what the we were of the woke up was very important to me because the
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last seventy years old and i first will open up the. i was the big game a stroll closer will be joining us special studio in the heart of my. special world cup. for twenty eight team coverage we've signed one of the greatest kill people. but
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there was one more question and by the way who's going to be our coach. guys i know you are nervous he's a huge star and a huge amount of pressure you have to be the center of the beach but how would you . agree. you are the rock at the back nobody gets past you we need you to get down there we go. alone. and i'm really happy to join for the world cup in russia. this special one was also appreciate me to just read you the team's latest edition of make up as we go. look. good and with us today the leaders of the u.s. and north korea have hailed a historic summit held on tuesday
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a success saying it lays the groundwork for the potential denuclearization of the korean peninsula in exchange for kim jong un giving up his nuclear. trump has committed to providing security guarantees for the pyongyang regime a u.s. president suggested after the meeting that the two had formed a strong relationship you know they intend to meet again the turnaround in relations came just months after the pad had been threatening each other with an old war we have developed a very special bond. the north korea best not make any one threats to the united states they will be met with fire and fury and have mad men out there shooting rockets all over the place you will have no choice but to turn. early destroy north korea rocket man is a sick puppy. a frightened dog barks louder i will surely indefinitely tame the
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mentally deranged us do to do with fire. this is street is proven over and over again adversaries can indeed become friends both very honored to sign the document thank you. today we had new story meeting you decided to leave the past behind so we're very proud of what took place today and it worked out for both of us far better than anybody even predicted and it's an honor to be with you .
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the historic talks were first announced and much but in may. of a military drills between south korea and the u.s. and threaten to call the summit off then nine days later trump canceled the meeting accusing him of hostility the next day the white house on pyongyang said things were back on track on the first of june washington officially announced the summit would go ahead while the singapore summit saw trump promise to guarantee the north security in exchange for his deed nuclearize ation john yang a might have reason to remain wary as what i guess the explains. what's not to like a new nuclear disarmament deal potentially one less country with nukes where all bets are off one of us and we have this truly historic moment on film you can. get.
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so why does kim jong jr seem to suspicious could be anything poison assassins or trump just waiting to backstab him the united states will withdraw from the iran nuclear deal come to think of it america's nuclear deal to seem to last exactly as long as the incumbent president take the rainy and deal brought obama his partner has worked on it for years so much work so much effort just for trump to tear it all up don't forget obama negotiated the arendelle one of the worst disasters the dumbest deals ever negotiated except don't feel sorry for
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a bomber just yet george bush his predecessor also struck a nuclear disarmament deal with gadhafi the two leaders discussed this agreement should help to bring a painful chapter in history between our two countries closer to closure. it worked gadhafi gave up his nukes and what does a bomber do well he goes and bombs gadhafi is army ultimately allowing the rebels to gruesomely mud him we came we saw him he died. it's almost like something out of game of thrones and we aren't even done bush screwed over bill clinton stop and roll back north korea's potentially deadly nuclear program we'll continue to implement the agreement we have reached with that nation get smart it's tough clinton had worked for years to make a deal with kim jong un's father to prevent then north korea from making
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a nuclear weapon and bush tore it up as seems to be tradition. north korea is a regime arming with missiles and weapons of mass destruction. while starving. states like these and their terrorist allies constitute an axis of evil trump is one for tradition in fact he has a habit of tearing up documents memos papers when he's done with them he had a bunch of guys at the white house whose job it was to piece back together the papers he shouldn't have torn up literally had to spend hours per day. piecing together the puzzle prior to taking and here we are generations of presidents generations of the trail double crossing and deception and it seems that hasn't been lost on kim. on wednesday
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saudi led forces launched the largest offensive yet on yemen targeting who is the militias in the port city of data the data is a vital gateway for food supplies in the country and its fear the battle for the city could worsen the already critical humanitarian crisis in yemen it's estimated over eight million people there are now on the brink of starvation aid agencies on the united nations have decried the saudi led incursion the united nations envoy to the country has been holding emergency talks in the capital in a bid to broker a cease fire after expressing concern over the escalation of the conflict.
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saudi arabia has defended the cold with the country's. interests so if the yemeni people. now it is our first time the riyadh led coalition of nine arab states has tried to take such a heavily defended city center to incursion started twenty fifty aid organizations working in the country say it's becoming increasingly difficult and even dangerous to work there as more and more civilians are caught in the crossfire. the outsold risk to exacerbate an already cut us traffic humanitarian situation in yemen and indeed their concerns are twofold first of all the six hundred thousand people who live in her data and who must be spared so here we launch an appeal to all those
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fighting in this conflict reminding them of their obligation under international law to spec civilians to spare civilian infrastructure such as hospitals and water and electricity networks aswell as to allow those who would like to free to do so safely but beyond these hoti there is a lifeline for millions and millions of yemenis and later the mindset that yemen is a country of twenty nine million people and three out of each four yemenis need humanitarian aid most of these aid comes through the port of so these aid not be able to flow into these poor it would put that risk literally millions of lives well there are many challenges in the. not enough humanitarian good is being provided. after thirty years of war forty years of war of. these
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if you are in the field you understand that. we need more and more doctors on the ground but we need also the warring parties to respect the humanitarian organizations to respect the population. to. international women. and. allowing of evolution to have access to food water. is not there. and this is our international i thank you for sharing some of your sunday with us here more of the weekly at the top of the hour. and the. whole lot of two of the kids same compensate oh boy
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deny it nobody. even approve of it because. it's not. going to. get this kind of. move on the list i didn't even showed up the movie is because of i'm listening to nicholson on a bill to ensure we're still soft and we must. not come up with the will suffice cause it is a tons of a few puffs it's a millions. i can imagine. i don't know i wasn't there but i can imagine a russia defending its national interests in a way that doesn't help the hawks in the united states but couldn't has this image
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of such a hard guy. and i would only blame him for not caring about american public opinion even more because it seems like no matter what he does there's an unfair response nonetheless what i'm saying is it's gotten very personal.


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