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russian spy how many people are spying on you right now you know probably like living down people are watching the film i struck when you suppose i misspoke and i see in japan. that i mean. to. was really shifted. to it. oh. oh. oh. oh oh. oh
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day six will see colombia take on japan there is uncertainty over whether the colombians will field james rodriguez who was named a best player at the last world cup though he has not been seen in training and then the final match of the. russian and egyptian fans are gearing up for the clash between their national teams that will be. the teams have already held training sessions in the capital the faceoff will take place at stadium and arena that was built specifically for the feat but.
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this will be the second match for both russia and egypt at this world cup last thursday rushers five nil thrashing of saudi arabia in the opening match ultimately electrified supporters old across the country egypt had less luck in. suffering a defeat at the hands of europe why who scored in the ninetieth minute so this is how things look right now in group a russia tops the group on goal difference and today's match with egypt could prove decisive for the host nation a win would pretty much guarantee russia a place in the playoffs. and as the fans descend on some petersburg for tonight's clash we decided to put their knowledge to the test on some curious cultural of
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labs. this thinks this pops one of the most iconic symbols of ancient egypt but this one is actually located here in st petersburg. now ahead of that game between russia and egypt we're going to go out and ask some fun if they can tell the difference between voters monuments in russia and the ones located in egypt. ok so this talk of russia we're having to measure to have agreement that's actually. this is egypt russia well if you would write world let's just see if because of the community. if it's in egypt this would be a little. distance. from russia. he just the feeling on its. own here in the u.s.
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is this enough for you this in egypt. you know it's russia. yes it features but also seeing on no i e give you the. national ocean no the sort of what i would the closest shave the future if you ones that put a dramatic win for egypt on the streets of st petersburg let's see what happens on the pitch when the two sides meet. and egypt pounds of hoping that team star and liverpool strike up a habit sila will secure a victory for the country who missed the game against uruguay due to injury is expected to be not true it is the story of one. most to focus. on is yet another how much soil will be missed it i'll feel that i had the. concern
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i hold your new boss of course i get told. no freedon is the americans i mean and i get mine i don't get my because i'm an idiot but it all fit to this cave. is i mean that was enough for me to put it come set up a command again not because i don't care about the law forms the problem of. throwing down would do with. thinking more. promising enough for me to be done with luciana of the sort of the almost all of them the war on i'll let you cannot just give you any and them on the most on the sabbath you. get it for you alone can you put. a limit maybe because of a little bit a little pup on the phantom pooler. i've been in my youth something for definite also put on any parts of it you can i'm going to do i give up on it i looked at him
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in the cinema would you connect one and them two for the man had not a problem for to get done with the off we stood and that's a good human put it to function i don't clone hell and i will. pick a somewhat of out of the way and that's the. point that i feel i'm at all barking mad to sit with. your voice who we are the end of a good book with. can but then you have this matter of freedom in a place. how does it get a name and also the hand but. not because the moon not all completely but thank you so with anticipation building ahead of the match star pundit josie marino made his predictions for the upcoming game. i think that's the match that's the measure that is going to the sides qualifies for the. for the next. nominee they both will get three points against saudi
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she sees them match because you know what i think is a different level of experience and mental ready for the for this level of competition so this is a big match russia has to step up solid because solid makes the makes the difference and has to impose use physicality as one of the most important points for the match. meanwhile some of the brazilian players brought to the training children and they could be seen here while playing with russian month olds and kicking the ball around the total once favorites are warming up ahead of the game against costa rica on friday we will be bringing you all world cup highlights over the coming.
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seemed wrong. just don't. get to shape out. and in the game equals betrayal. when something find themselves worlds apart. to look for common ground. i played for many clubs over the years so i know the game inside out. football isn't only about what happens on the pitch pull the final school it's about the passion from the fans it's the age of the superman each kill the narrowness and spending two hundred twenty million on one player. so it's an experience like
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nothing else i want to because i want to share what i think what i know about the beautiful game a great one more chance for. a nice minute. let's get to some other international stories for you right now here on our international the united states and south korea say they will not hold joint military exercises which washo jeweled for august north korea deems drills neighborhood school for invasion last month even consoled a meeting with south korea because of the war games a multi tell us now here's oxys correspondent so america. well this comes just a week after the historic summit that took place last week in single core which trump went back and forth on there was some confusion whether or not it would actually take place but just after the summit trump promised to cut back military
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exercises with south korea saying that the costs of war games are too high but given their tense history it's interesting to witness how dramatically trump has shifted in terms of his attitude towards kim in such a short period of time. north korea best know are they getting more interested in art and stated. they will be met with fire of fury rocket man should have been handled more time. this is very telling. that he believes it is going very very well. the white house also said that the drills it would continue to remain a pause so long as the north koreans continue to act in good faith so it seems that there are no winners in this situation especially considering that trump is indeed keeping his word well at least for now so we'll just have to see what happens.
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meanwhile the kim jong un has arrived in china again for a two day visit it is the north korean leader's third trip to the country since much of the visit comes a week off of a summit with donald trump former u.s. diplomat jim john says the whole ting of joint drills does show progress is being made on both sides this actually looks very much what china and russia have been proposing for many months which is a freeze for freeze where they stop their missile and nuclear test we stop our exercises i think there was some trash talk if you will of the kind of thing we see before a prizefighter the rhetoric has changed from kim's side as well he called trumpeters old goat herders something like that but i think that was posturing on both sides i think that would be important thing about this summit is that it was focus on substance and let's remember the first thing one of the first things trump said after the summit is that he would be freezing these exercises which really provoke some outrage here and he even used the word provocative and people said oh you're
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accepting the north korean propaganda term. u.s. president donald trump has announced plans to establish six branches of the armed forces dealing with space warfare a sphere currently overseen by the u.s. air force to trump claims america needs a bigger presence in space he reports the usa already has the army the navy the coast guard the marine corps and there's the u.s. air force but donald trump says that there's one potential conflict zone that's been too long neglected very importantly i'm here by directing the department of defense and pentagon to establish a space force as the sixth branch of the armed forces that's a big statement a new division of the u.s. military dedicated to waging extraterrestrial battles and when it comes to finding a name for it hollywood is full of inspiration. now that you
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tomorrow must travel across the stars to defend. your. let's see if we can get some new ideas from the streets of new york. could be anything to name call a space court u.s. . base forced us to star elite force twitter has gone wild ever since donald trump made the announcement folks online are even taking a stab at designing the logo but here's a question who exactly will the space forces be fighting against you know up in the great beyond. it's not enough that we're fighting with everybody that loves us when
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i would if i didn't speak. and less space. in the all of it probably but nothing else like aliens why is first you going to get a fine you know why outer space trump says this won't just be any intergalactic fighting force it will be number one when it comes to defending america it is not enough to merely have in american presence in space we must have american dominance in space so important now if hollywood has taught us anything it's that trump is going to have plenty of competitors. r.t. new york. photos just showing australian soldiers flying a nazi flag over their vehicle while. in afghanistan the pictures were taken a decade ago during a nato led deployment they were first obtained by australian news network a.b.c.
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. reports. in nato's foreign military quests and scandals revolving around them astray and armed forces have remained more or less invisible but not anymore when this photo emerged the kneejerk reaction of many was to palm it off clearly this was some photoshop is a bad joke a bad joke it was but only in the sense that some astray and soldier back in two thousand and seven thought it was funny to actually wave the nazi banner in the middle of an afghani desert astray and authorities went out of their way to condemn the stunt saying the soldiers were identified and punished completely and utterly unacceptable the flag obviously was removed and the personnel involved were. disciplined but the swastika is only one nail hammered into the coffin of the reputation of the australian defense forces earlier this month the
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fairfax media company published the results of its own investigation into a string of actions in afghanistan it revealed for instance that in two thousand and nine senior officers forced a rookie to kill an unarmed elderly detainee as part of a blooding ritual initiation another soldier nicknamed wanted us apparently machine gun demand with a prosthetic leg which was then removed from the body taken to a strip and used as an improvised beer mug at the s.e.'s headquarters in perth the government takes all of the gay sions about australian forces seriously and would expect this allegation must be thoroughly examined independently from the chain of command but as new evidence continues to surface of the investigation could turn out to be as lengthy as the afghan war itself we spoke to political analyst. who told us what afghans make of the allegations of misconduct by foreign troops in the
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country. the general public do not really. the market are different shared with which soldier belongs to work country and the international forces are seen as one action and probably has really taken these issues seriously and they have been seeing it as the misbehaviors of international forces such cases provides real input and material for the propaganda campaign off taliban such cases it really hurts the you know the confidence of the afghan public and international sources even if the actions are taken this will not help as far as the outline public is concerned because actions are taken back home in the home countries of the soldiers which really doesn't come out in media people do not come to know about what has happened most of search cases happen in areas away of the war has intensified and it is usually difficult for the fact finders the investigation teams to trailer to those geographical areas. thanks for joining us here on r.t.
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international we were turning a half an hour with much more. when the whole make this manufacture consent instant of public wealth. when the ruling classes protect themselves. when the financial merry go round lifts only the one percent. of the time we can all middle of the room signals. going around i mean real news. i've been saying the numbers mean something they matter us is over twenty trillion dollars in debt more than ten white collar crimes happen each day. eighty five
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percent of global wealth you longs to be all for rich eight point six percent market saw a thirty percent rise last year some with four hundred to five hundred trade per second per second and bitcoin roasted twenty thousand dollars. china's building two point one billion dollars a i industrial park but don't let the numbers overwhelm. the only number you need to remember is one in one business shows you can't afford to miss the one and only food but. you know world is a big part of the new things a lot of us 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 back and shouting past each other that it's time for critical thinking it's time to fight for the middle for the truth the time is
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now for watching closely. watching the hawks. nineteen seventy eight. to nineteen ninety nine i said that the execution. up of form sixty two next seventeen years. for that recommend the death penalty and injuring the judge if they had performed the execution i think that they will. in light of different story on given
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a definite it went away. 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 deterrent capital punishment is tainted by racial disparity having my father's killers executed announcing the essence and closure is it to restore society or is
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it to see if you took a life should your life be taken justice is about us as a society. nine hundred eighty two was my first execution. i was a correctional officer. one of my main jobs were to save the lives. so when it came down to execution i had to transform myself into a person that would take a life. 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 to death by poll my. i want to.
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quote a young lady because. i was. told. my thing is that if a person take the life of about a person in that person's life should be taken and that's what i believe. jerry 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 the work that preparations. getting this person brady plays mixed up with my prepare him just to see as kids for the last time and. a last kiss of his mother says to me is the wife or daughter. all of them and you know in this is one human that had made a mistake and we had to carry out the orders.
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outside of his team of eight jerry told no one about his work as an executioner not even his wife. keep it a secret and i kept it a secret from my my family. since one thousand nine hundred seventy seven other executioners across the united states have put over one thousand four hundred sixty people to death it's a punishment supposed to be reserved for the worst of the worst. it was a gorgeous day it was a beautiful morning we met some friends and lost and. twenty three thousand runners and half a million spectators gathered for the boston marathon. karin brossard her
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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 was this incredible loud. explosion. was. seven of us there six of us were injured. one of our friends lost both of my legs that. i knew that my husband was pretty badly injured. from her. and i had trapped.
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the two blasts injured over two hundred sixty people killed three including crystal campbell. and eight year old martin richard. police pursued two brothers in a dramatic manhunt. six year old tamar alonzo mata was killed in a shootout. a day later police captured the younger brother dzhokhar a life. over the next few months karen braun in their daughter like many of the bombing victims had to undergo multiple surgeries. i want to try to not let this. i'm not going to let this prevent me from living
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a life that i want to live. i'm not going to be afraid. later that summer karen traveled from a home in new hampshire to boston for czar naiads arraignment at the federal 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. have 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. were i
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don't know i hear. i don't know. i don't know what justice is i got an e-mail. terrorist acts or where 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 prepared to go by. the assailant who attacked or he pried open her sliding door. she screamed for help but she was being attacked.
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the next door neighbor heard that he called nine one one. that. he told him that he heard his neighbor cheryl scream for help and he heard like a choking he said. the police arrived within twenty minutes they knocked on the door but 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 i can't reach or. the guy just what.


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