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and to use them in any shape or form for advertising products is i think obscene but i wasn't surprised because benetton scott form this is the organization that actually has featured a nun kissing a priest and the man kissing a priest people on death row i mean they go out to deliberately to shock and to make people like you and i feel disgusted so we end up giving them a lot of free public to see as we are now by talking about it if they keep doing this they are going to really sicken people and we're going to end up with many people deciding to boycott their goods so we'll have the the the opposite effect of the one that they want. you're watching the weekend from our team of the biggest stories of the past seven days and our continuing well cup coverage more of the week's headline news after the break.
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this manufactured sentenced to public will. when the ruling class is protect themselves. with the fine merry go round be the one percent. we can all middle of the room six. twenty eight team coverage we've signed one of the greatest goalkeepers of all time but there was one more question and by the way it's going to be our coach.
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guys i know you are nervous he's a huge star among us and a huge amount of pressure come out you have to go meet the center of the problem here with you and you go through all the great. good you are the rock at the back nobody gets past you we need you to get left go. alone. and i'm really happy to join the for the two thousand infield the world cup in russia meet the special one it was also appreciated me to say the rio bianchi team's latest edition to make up a bigger. look. in the heart of the swiss alps this is a place probably more secretive than the pentagon small mysterious than the cia and
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better guarded than for knox swiss customs place. is controlled by them and they impose the opening times. opposite it is from is all plus the procedures in place of the strictest in all europe must to pieces by artists like pecan so i'm modigliani i can't boards unsold inside this warehouse that's where the report comes in that it covers up deals which are naturally discreet commercially discreet stealth but also discreet because they concern fraud. some of those paintings are linked to doxy could skate nobody knows how many of these secrets they kept inside the geneva freeport system please understand that you'll never obtain an inventory of all the works in the freeport who knows how many there are three hundred three thousand three hundred thousand is it a matter of confidentiality only is it the world's black box of the art business.
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i played for many clubs over the years so i know the game inside god's. football isn't only about what happens on the pitch for the final school it's about the passion from the fans it's the age of the superman to kill you narrowness and spending stupid twenty million fly a. book it's an experience like nothing else not to because i want to share what i think what i know about the beautiful guy great so what chance for. peace.
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welcome back palestinian families say they've been prevented from entering a public swimming pool in the southern israeli city of carry out gatt the reason it was allegedly given was that they're not residents of the city but the family says they were denied access because of their identity. it was a holiday and we wanted to go out we called the polling period get and they said we can come when we got there someone went out of the office and told us that no one can get inside today except for the residents of curious get young people who are in front of us arabs as well said what do you mean you said we could come in why are you saying no now and i realized that this all happened just at the time when my wife with her headscarf came in that was the moment when he decided not to let anyone in for eleven years i've been working on different projects bringing together jews and arabs and creating conditions for our joint life here for our future. and if i don't understand why they make a difference between jews and arabs we're all children of adam yes we have different religions but we are all people. i was so upset when they didn't let us
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in i felt that it was racist i feel that we arabs are a minority here we are outcasts. contacted the pool of thor it is but they haven't responded to us where there's also been another similar case in the small israeli village of the public swimming pool where allegedly has an undeclared practice of separating jews and bedouin palestinians in the regional council told us that it's the bedouins who asked for separate hours to swim blaming them for the tensions it also says that the request was made on religious grounds a member of the joint list which is an alliance of arab dominated parties in israel said call for a criminal investigation into what he says is discrimination now locals are also divided over whether such a policy is right. it shouldn't be like this and i think this swimming pool should be boycotted and no one needs to go to the swimming pool if the little they did it . is equal for both of the study of the things you quote ok this is really has many
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people living in here and this is very very long to tell people what they should do and shouldn't do people need to live really without anyone telling them when and where they need to go where they can go there is violence between the jews and the business disability and very innocent it's the. other way we talk to each other on the internet these days is elevated way beyond just using words now we deploy a modis gifts and of course maims which borrowed heavily from movies and t.v. shows but then i wonder threat from the e.u.'s legal overseers who are getting tough on copyright infringement especially online quarter explained. the internet as we know it may soon radically change at least in the e.u. with memes facing an excess stench or crisis as a result of new copyright laws that might kill them off.
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a group of european parliament members are pushing for a new rules they would see platforms censor information to avoid copyright infringements now article thirteen is one of the more controversial of the plan it would have platforms install filters to check all the information users upload onto the internet what we're seeing here in this particular instance is this goes against what is the very much the why in which. and social media in particular where it's user generated and many uses the cult of the general is taking snippets from news all schools it's taking. photos and. using those in the. now article eleven or the link tax has also garnered criticism
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it would see online platforms paying news publishers a fee just see if they link to their content now this is already been tried both in germany and in spain failing miserably in both instances and with this new e.u. copyright proposal seemingly on the way there are still a lot of questions as to what actually constitutes a taxable link and what if the government uses it to crackdown on freedom of speech while seventy alarmed internet experts including the founders of the world wide web and wikipedia have written a letter in protest by requiring internet platforms to perform automatic filtering all of the current and that their users of bloat article thirteen takes an unprecedented step towards the transformation of bintan it from an open platform for sharing and innovation into a tool for the automated surveillance and control of its uses. and alarm bells have also been ringing at the united nations human rights council states an
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intergovernmental organizations should refrain from establishing warse arrangements that would require the proactive monitoring filtering of content which is both inconsistent with the right to privacy and likely to mount a pre-publication censorship for the proposal to become law the e.u. parliament will have to vote on it later this year and its critics are dead set on slaying this bill which they say would transform the internet into a tool of surveillance and control donald corridor r.t. berlin. questions are being raised in the u.s. over the treatment of celebrities who make provoke a tiffin of and if public statements so american takes a look at some of the most recent cases. here we have yet another case of liberal hypocrisy two very different cases with two very different outcomes first we have legendary actor peter fonda a staunch liberal who came under fire for a series of unhinged anti-trust tweets in one of those tweets he said that trump's
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twelve year old son should be kidnapped and given to pedophiles saying quote we should rip that barren trump from his mother's arms and put him in a cage with pedophiles this tweet prompted baron trump's mother first lady malani a trump to report fonda to get service then find a delete of the tweet and apologized many conservatives called for fonda to be sacked but sony pictures while condemning find his actions refuse saying that they will not make any changes to the upcoming film because it would affect people who've made the film so no punishment for liberal fonda however when roseanne barr posted a racist tweet about valerie jarrett an african-american obama official saying quote muslim brotherhood and planet of the apes had a baby her t.v. sitcom was canceled many pointed out that liberals ignored roseanne barr's racism until she crossed the obama administration saying that she's previously compared muslims to nazis and referred to supporters of palestinians as nazi helpers most infamously when a university endorsed the boycott divestment sanctions movement roseanne barr
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called for the killing of all non jews on campus tweeting i hope all the jews leave u.c. davis and then it gets nuked somehow this was all ignored but once her racism was geared towards the obama administration that's when liberals drew a line but even after barr apologize for this recent tweet it's been announced that her show will be relaunched without her but the point is when we look at fonda's case and boras case why are the outcomes so different well one is anti trump and the other is pro trump so it looks like we're witnessing a classic example of liberal hypocrisy. ok it's coming up on quarter to four here in moscow and almost the end of the first half nizhny novgorod to add to england have taken a four goal lead in their group game against panama johnstone's up in the scoring there and then doubled their lead from the penalty spot and just moments ago jesselyn god made it three but we're now up to four nil we'll be live in a world cup and some pittsburgh in a few minutes we're having peter schmeichel for the highlights and analysis of that
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game don't go anywhere. in the heart of the swiss alps this is a place probably more secretive than the pentagon more mysterious than the cia and better guarded than for knox ellis was customs are here permanently on the site is controlled by them and they impose the opening times so if you're up with it it was a duty from his office the procedures in place of the strictest in all europe masterpieces by artists like pecan so and modigliani i can't boards and soon will be inside this warehouse that's where the report comes in it covers a deals which are naturally discreet commercially discreet but also discreet because they concern fraud. some of those paintings are linked to dark secrets nobody knows how many of these secrets a kept inside the geneva freeport system closet and you'll never obtain an
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inventory of all the works in the freeport who knows how many there are three hundred three thousand three hundred thousand is it a matter of confidentiality only is it the world's black box of the art business. max keiser financial survival guide stacey let's learn a salad fill out let's say i'm a troika and here please respond thanks for the fight. thank you for helping. destroy that's true. slavery. you know world big partisan lot and conspiracy it's time to wake up to dig deeper to hit the stories that mainstream media refuses to tell more than
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ever we need to be smarter we need to stop slamming the door on the bad and shouting past each other it's time for critical thinking it's time to fight for the middle for the troops the time is now we're watching closely watching the hawks. in the heart of the swiss alps this is a place probably more secretive than the pentagon more mysterious than the cia and better guarded than for knox ellis was customs are here permanently all the science is controlled by them and they impose the opening times so if. it was abducted from his own press the procedures in place of the strictest in all europe must to pieces by artists like picasso and modigliani i can't boards and sold inside this warehouse that's where the report comes in it covers up deals which are naturally discreet commercially discreet felt but also discreet because they concern fraud.
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some of those paintings are linked to dark secrets nobody knows how many of these secrets a kept inside the geneva freeport says reflection that you'll never obtain an inventory of all the works in the freeport who knows how many there are three hundred three thousand three hundred thousands is it a matter of confidentiality only is it the world's black box of the art business. so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have it's crazy from from day shouldn't let it be an arms race is on often spearing dramatic development the only posts i'm going to resist i don't see how that strategy will be successful very critical of time time to sit down and talk. usually when we have brought about a situation within
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a conflict with the enemy or the three decides to go cia the first people to rush into the u.a.e. do then de-boned our departure and as soon as we depart from the forces suddenly it's delayed to other things so as do their budgets. get a phone no i don't have one was the last time you went on the internet no i am not used to meet these village is it safe because. i sure there is no access to music ters other than they are all going to be sure the baby does a class of his that is the. first word on the only thought. is death as part of those of good deeds.
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but that was what i was. previously yes and no they are being false form of where he and his family member of the society. that he left out. i've played for many clubs over the years so i know the game inside i. football isn't only about what happens on the pitch put 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 nothing else i want to get close i want to share what i think what i know about the beautiful guy
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a great one more chance for. the base this minute. good afternoon welcome to aunty's continue coverage of the twenty eight thousand feet for world cup we're in st petersburg it is it's well it's it's very english i would say michel alongside me which takes this perfectly into today's early kick off in. the english weather and it's inspired england perhaps they're playing in plus thirty degrees against panama and we're not making a mistake here i'll have to double check it is england five. nil at half time and to be fair to say you had to believe my predictions that england were going to
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win this comfortably but with all four new prediction you actually under played it i think handphone no. that's not going to happen now can still happen you know and. i mean i knowing then of playing really rock for the screen. and there's a lot of controversy in this game is wrong with the referee and bar in fact far too much to talk about to be honest but i've had to get the book out because somebody goes to write down the. video together the moment they're going to use make it absolutely clear this plan amounts to what you've beaten the united states to this world i have no idea how that happened that is the worst the worst in saudi arabia in the first game that i've ever seen in the world as far as i can remember charles they said souths with what appeared to be six at the back and it even found that as not it's almost as if they lined up as damage limitation because they knew this could be a cricket score well let's go back to to england's first game so the big the big
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talk after in this first game with the two situations where harry king did not get a penalty why was it in and it was basically grabbed him by. that he was taking to the floor fever said we're going to look at this and then very very obvious they've done so in this game and this is the referee right from the first minute of this game and spit on to the defenders about this and the first goal it came from a corner johnstone score said but they defend as they keep pulling hurricane back to keep pulling harry mcguire back and the referee actually stops the pick from being take it a couple of times to see johnstone straw here that's a fine thing at the end of all of that all the attention was on harry came and harry mcquire and no one saw what johnstone to make the run and it was one zero eight minutes into the game and rightly so at that point and it had already had one of two chances and then the next thing is is. from yesterday. that sweden
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didn't get a penalty against germany that's been criticized everywhere today and i think again feet first emphasized to to the referees and the vast you have to look at this you have to give it if it's in doubt and today. yesterday and got i'm not sure about this to be completely honest you know but it is one when we cut it down to the essence of this it is an interpretation thing. so the referee and var they have they've decided that this was a kind of the that's our interpretation i think it's a little bit soft but nevertheless they got the penalty also i would i would say among the fans and the pundits me people don't understand why some decisions are being reviewed others aren't we this is the second goal so this isn't the penalty spot it's very kind a lot of confusion why wasn't it reviewed was. offside when he made the run through but doesn't mess about he's on target if you keep getting this many corners free
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kicks and penalties will be the top scorer in this competition i think by the end of today he will be the top scorer on this is a very poor planning my team and their support. opportunity for one player harry cain that i consider to be you know top three of the superstar potential superstars of this tournament he can score goals like no one else that i've seen so far in the first two rounds and he's got this decide this hunger to score he's very often in the right position ok scores two penalties today and penalty started to goals and penalties but they also have to be taken they also have to be taken that's a lot of pressure he steps up and we saw that there he put it in the top corner and he did that with a second penalty as well this is a top player and he will exploit and will give and do and so i'm sure this is a big statement but by the end there's a day we have a new leader of the golden bold and that is everything this is done on the free and
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this well england up until this point a school for girls and it's one who can set pieces finally together for my complaining was worth waiting for and was just killing god great great goal by jason in god and as i say anyone play really well it's seems like aerosols great he's really got the team to ghana they play the play their style of football which he said i put different about all these boys they've learned in the academy and i call them boys because it is a very young thing average age twenty five he says he's going to have a really really we're talking about a really young team here now what they've done is well they've done a lot of work and there's no doubt about that because it's so obvious that done a lot of work on set pieces and the fourth goal is an absolute beauty and a great example of if you work and say pieces you know what you can achieve and let's just take a look at this it really is a world work for you think first of all you know the falls. into hurricane runs i
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know how you kate and jerry maguire story hits it back to john stone and you know it's a simple tap in for him but the way they work that was beautiful i mean it couldn't get any better it was literally lifted off the training and i just want to. raise the point this moment johnstone's that getting the seconds of the game said just have to meet the match that when they scored from two goals from set pieces from corners he said that down south gate had been doing his research they found that a surprisingly large number of goals in the age of football tournament the school from set pieces and they focused on practicing these they made this a focal point of their attack and this is showing because they scored seven goals six of come from set pieces which is quite phenomenal but i mean fair play to southgate these teams they've done the home absolutely and it's a very big thing with the with the english f.a. that they use the technology that's available so they used to test takes two two and i think games and see where are the little gaps where can we where can we find the one to the five percent that you need to be better than the other thing that
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you're playing now if you think back ten years when guardiola came on the scene the focus was on possession how much can we have the game or how much can we have of the game how much of the ball how many percentage of possession can we get in a game if we get more than sixty then the you know we might create chances out of that so that's been sort of the mantra for that for ten years other coaches has caught on to that now what gareth southgate is doing now so that it's like moneyball a lot of people remember this film but moneyball is all about you know baseball is the testing and it's a little bit like that you go in and you see something different and he's obviously found out that you know the most goals scored from set pieces and it's quite obvious because if you work on these things they are really good situations it's more difficult to create an open chance from open play than it is to create a change from set pieces and we've seen in this game four goals from set pieces.
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one from a corner two from penalties and one from a free kick. and the ball both of the goals he scored the first came from chronic it's not a question and what would you anticipate. but in the second half pound of enough to refit situation now they presumably will just defend to try and sell but there isn't any pride really to say but to stop it getting much worse what about in that hurricane i'm sure would have to be dragged off the pitch in the situation he's looking for the golden boot but southgate will be looking to rest his key players hurricane is a player who plays every minute of every game when he's finished but it's hard when one is very fit every minute and he's done that all the way throughout his career he's no point rest and you'll southgate he must thing you want is an injury to him to take but changing his mind every game every minute he doesn't get injured he's out of things one injury is in this career and that's about it. why would you arrest a player like that the players can play every minute of every game you play them
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certain players you know valuable players. they might have a small knicks you know it's only four days between games and sometimes you take them out as a precaution but i'd be very surprised if it takes harry came out and he's a captain so he will tell his manager this is going to take me off i'm on my way to the golden boot and then i'm going to get that and that will benefit you as a manager. i must be quite incredible scenes for england fans they missed me no grossman a fascinating get in the pitches and i think it's safe to say what will be celebrations after the game we're going to correspond that peter all of a very close to the action as he said and he caught up with fans ahead of this game i wonder if they were feeling that optimistic. to the great state generates the. panamanian fans well generating most of the atmosphere there's been a carnival going on i was in the mansion i've been told to expect that's continue all the way through today they're all no illusions about the limitations of this
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they say to bring calm to russia i spoke to some of the funds for england and for panama rugs and all over the place actually as they made their way into the stadium area they told me about. the atmosphere at the games and being at the told the mint in general and to panama and whining and. how bad. we were to the way. the record was good but i want to. yeah you were going to bring it con of all man. i mean we're going to put up a good fight we have a good physical play we've shown the we've been a very organized squad and hopefully that will fall today i mean six go in the hips are going to jinx a flowing and he's going to win today three nil let's go. we came from soft budrus been all over the country we've covered two thousand kilometers. the best hospital a just amazing atmosphere everyone everyone having a bow i've been
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a first was in brazil and i was that was my first in his very special is very magical and i wondered if i could ever be a quote and if i'm honest i think it succeeded in many ways it's just been spectacular yeah really just a afternoon i was walking through the fun zone here an issue of the old me actually pumped into the mound this you've got it is the greatest economy and player of all time. way he was for his nation playing in the first ever world cup and see just how many of the funds head to head home he it's initiative of the skate you know what else it was really nice competition between the panamanian funds and the england funds it's back to the demand it's pieces keeping up the challenge here in michigan is good at this time the rules a simple one person from each team does the keep the rest of the team they have to keep singing keeps doing well the team is singing count it's a sin.


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