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a respect for human and individual rates everyone agreed. in the need to have a european vision. a common responsibility to a common challenge dull court examines the points of contention that are fueling the animosity between some of us. europe is very divided over the migration crisis and any agreements that are made between the e.u. member states are bound to be met with contradiction agree the czech republic slovakia and poland they outright refused to attend today's summit they said it was a power move by merkel to control their domestic political situation and then you have other countries that are refusing to take in migrants outright italy last week refused a migrant vessel that was forced to land in spain while just a couple days ago malta also refused another migrant vessel and you know these actions they're not going on notice to e.u. leaders like emanuel macron i'm in favor of having mechanisms that take this into
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account we cannot have gum trees that massively benefit from e.u. so the dead and who massively claim their national selfishness when it comes to the topic of migration now at the conclusion of the summit merkel said the e.u. needs to focus on their agreement with turkey as a framework for agreements with other migrant origin countries but let's not forget how much this cost the e.u. that was three billion euros this sternly still a lot at stake for merkel because she actually just had a political standoff with her internal minister he wanted to turn away migrants at the german border even though they had been registered in other e.u. countries so with the vision apparent across europe it's hard to see how individual agreements between member states and more spending is going to do anything other than drive a wedge deeper within the heart of the e.u. so much of european had thought prosy needed to be put away namely the
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understanding that all the refugees who wanted to come to europe would get accepted in europe get a fair or legal procedure and then be distributed across a continent this was absolutely illusory from the outset and this truth now if it comes to being faced even by the government well actually. is there is not yet a solution inside it's only a tory compromise in political formulae and one will see at the next weekend whether out of contradictory statements something reliable will emerge. over eighteen months on from the syrian army's liberation of aleppo life in the city is gradually improving for its residents and some of the scars of war beginning to fade their course have been telling us about the transformation they are witnessing our last hopes for the future.
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what is different is safety when we walk in here we are safe we are happy the safe is back again see. that's for the western media i think they're being unfair to us because they still show barefooted children in the streets the state of homelessness and beggars they treat aleppo's if it is still in ruins and like this. we are the people of the country and it is really who are going to restore it and make it grow the west says everything is destroyed but no one cares about this country except for us the people.
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of it back in a few minutes after this break. does he should he go to one of them or something beyond what because. this mean what i mean i well me and i don't know but that's mostly. what i was was a. double movement. in school i'm. only
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in the studio john boehner is an engine of instead of a watch musical blood coming from the. winter with him and oh is that and there have none he moved can you hear me shall i him a national anthem wish him join me every thursday on the alex salmond show and i'll be speaking to guest of the world of politics sport this list i'm showbusiness i'll see that.
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i played for many clubs over the years so i know the game and so i got. the ball isn't only about what happens on the pitch or the final school it's about the passion from the fans it's the age of the shaper money killed in the longest and spending to the twenty million. it's an experience like nothing else really because i want to share what i think what i know about the beautiful day. great so what chance for. so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have it's crazy on sunday shouldn't let it be an arms race is on offer and spearing dramatic development only mostly i'm going to resist i don't see how that strategy will be successful very
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critical time time to sit down and talk. welcome back to the program saudi arabia is reportedly considering further isolating qatar by digging a canal along the country's shared border affectively turning into an island saudi state media says the construction of the channel will take a year several international companies were reportedly invited to compete for the project that deadline for proposal submissions has passed reports say it could cost riyadh as much as seven hundred fifty million dollars the government has not yet officially confirmed the plan. has more details. the saudis are not settling down for anything but the best your dinner inas and beachfront resorts are said to be built along the canal after all tourism promotion is how we're fishel explain the
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project because opinion of all the commotion on its border is on no but is a list of concerns does the construction of the canal contradict international law decide to rebid have the right to wreck the military base there does it have the right to install a nuclear reactor there and organize a nuclear waste dump of course it has ten thousand percent right to do so that sovereignty in its full sense. and it's difficult to see this canal as anything else a bud saudi arabia having your tea nother dig at its neighbor in june last year the gulf kingdom and its best buddies announced a full blockade to qatar accusing it of sponsoring terrorism then they confronted doha with a list of quote you merely demands that included severing ties with iran and shutting down the t.v. station which qatar rejected with the canal in place cancer will lose the only land link it to has on top of that the can now might not be the only plan saudi arabia
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has for the border area some reports suggest that riyadh adding insult to injury intends to build a military base on the side of the canal that's closer to qatar while also using parts of that side as a nuclear waste dump so in this way they're just trying to launch even more escalation saudi arabia the u.a.e. along with their allies this time it's not just political but i think it's physical or geographic or way of truth for that i salute but again i don't think that this would be a very successful as world war i don't think the saudis are right to use it would achieve their goals because copper the house and other allies in the region first and foremost turkey and also iran so i think this would only further lead to divisions within the gulf it softly even amongst g.c.c. countries i don't think good call on necessarily a view of it such
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a hostile way like the u.a.e. and saudi arabia does the saudis apparently aiming for the troll of the year award are hoping for the canal to be operational as soon as next year as for cancer it can't do much here apart from getting used to the island mentality and looking at this as a free moat. some people are coming to russia for the football this summer others don't need a special occasion to travel around the world's biggest country one canadian woman is proving that adventure has no age limit. i came by to visit my motorcycle because i think it is the very best way to feel a concrete to discover a country it is like imax cinema when you are sitting on the motorcycle.
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i have been riding a motorcycle since i was sixteen years old when i get on a motorcycle i become the. third draws. he couldn't believe it they thought i was crazy and that's fine i remember quite happy to be that way to. top of the pyramid was my arrival in vladivostok we were on the edge of the ocean with our feet in the water and they gave me a bouquet of roses and i think russians are so sweet and gallant.
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well they bring the only updates on the two world cup games unleashing at the moment shortly after this break. right we are all set to start in five. how does that signal. he's not going to talk about that no fly just leave it right after the morris explorers one who would have their own unique. record. to six point three zero. zero zero zero. zero welcome to sophie and tell him says he shevardnadze and today
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i woke up lots to talk about in our program and our gas to. the uk that. has become quite fashionable in the political left to call anyone you don't like to not sleep or hitler why is it come to this why all the demonization after all words have meaning and much much more on this edition of crossfire. hosts seemed wrong. roles just don't hold. any belief yet to shape out this day comes to educate and engage with equals betrayal. when so many find themselves worlds apart we choose to look for common ground.
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win to determine if that. and there have none he moved can you here michel i became a national cancer most and. 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 peach bowl the final school it's about the passion from the fans it's the age of the super money kill the narrowness and spend each image of the twenty million and one player. it's an experience like nothing else on it because i want to share what i think of what i know about the beautiful guy a great so will transfer. and thinks it's going to take.
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more than three hundred world rushing mantras architects visionary stuff the largest international congress on the development of magazine july seventeenth twenty second serratia park business program interactive exhibition urban festival details on my servant forum dot com. go on enjoy it feast your eyes it is something to behold i know we see it every night pretty much like we've been in st petersburg and we did message but it's good to be enjoying once again beautiful moscow skyline a beautiful world cup and some very exciting match using greek play tonight it's portugal against iran spain against morocco we have had goals and they're very significant in every single one of them because we don't know who's going through in these much easier piece no we don't so spain morocco it's one apiece.
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and it was actually morocco taking the lead and no surprise they had played on board till the moment they scored they had played well they had been the better team spain looked a little bit nervous i have to say but in the fourteenth minute you have. a clear run i can stay. here and you know you come from this situation you've got to put it the way if you're a top player and he showed that he was so america was one and you know it lasted all of five minutes well this shows the quality spain doesn't it has some teams may have panicked but i don't think he even had time to panic in just the five minutes before so this was disco popping up for spain level things thank you look at how this happened this is all created by yes you got the ball up the line and made two
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three one two ended up in the pile and i just very very simple pass back to east go to the good touch waited for the goalkeeper to commit himself and up in the top corner and back on level terms and from that moment on spain were the dominant side. and acted had the sniff not great opportunities but a little stiff than you think in. ok it's a matter of time and then spain will get the second goal but the biggest chance after that actually fell for a rocker again and again it was a one on one with with a dive at the pier but this time we saved it and i have to say that the that the sort of the statue ramos consolation then there in look it looks a bit rough in there a little bit shaky it's like he's nervous he's making uncharacteristically. cuts or istic mistakes. and something he needs to work on for the second half obsoleted be sure but this game is by no means oh well spain is not winning this on the fold
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they have we said that we would find out very shortly after kick off whether this was morocco we're going to turn up playing for pride some passion for them for the fans or if they were just going to resign themselves to a failed campaign i think we have to say no and they play with a lot of spirit as well it's very and when they score that celebration show that this means something you know look at that you know team scores and just turn around walk up to the halfway line and get that they get the ball restarted these guys they like that goal and it was a great celebration and you know it's a completely open game which also means it's a completely open group well there was a moment that women were ahead so this spain were in serious danger of you know maybe not even making it through the moroccan founds going crazy when they when they scored that goal they have ya know oh should i do this should i do this i wanted to say they have been my favorite set of fans out of all but it's like hard to choose when they've all been so fantastic the moroccan fans have been fantastic ones that i've seen really full of life here in big numbers but both teams credit
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to me than about a lot of fantastic support ahead of this game we call them on camera singing and dancing and just enjoying the whole experience. and in the long run and in lieu of. he wasn't in the oh no i can. see i can unload a little. having a great time and then every time i see those red shirts i'm thinking detainees friends are here because they play loose niggas they can tomorrow to play against france but it's not thing these fans i have seen very few i hope they all come in on planes and however they get here by tomorrow because they're not really need
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some support against france was always a qualified then like nice minimum of a point but can also qualify if peru beats australia but that's a game that i'm the only game in the whole tournament that i'm actually going to watch live and you have to do this on your own now i'm coming with you so we'll get it we'll get to be tame in the sun in france now cause another very significant game around portugal around need a victory and push the ball but settle for a point probably in the surrounds corrina and that has painted a goal and it is gone supports the goal but the biggest surprise it wasn't over now that it came right at the fed another night like goal and that's saying. that's when you try to predict what's going to happen you come out with things like with portugal they've only put use one chance so far that hasn't fallen from rinaldo but this one felt full recount occurs when we start this game boy the first time the
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existence of this world cup but that is a cracker and that was in forty five plus two minutes so you can say that portugal left it late and with that goal we were in the thirty six game of this tournament this world cup and we're now beating the old record of consecutive goals scored by ten games. how good it is and he knows how long this will continue long may carry on like this and i suspect we will see more goals do you think now we will finally see ran from the hack conference. it's a very even game that has to be said playing well i like the way they're playing for a long long time portugal didn't look that they were settled in the game then they play at times end up with five at the back and three in front of those five but most of the time the half full and then one set in front of them and then another three which makes the area in front of the pens o'clock for very compressed and as
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was talked about before portugal's team is not it hasn't hasn't jelled yet it's not really playing and playing to what we expect the theory peen champions that stand and we've what we've seen so far is you know everything that's come through now that all good things portugal has done is come through and out of today you know it's a little break and that christmas goal that was was for fantastic and now that they've gone in half time one. we also know with portugal that tactically. astute fernandez than to some the manager is he is considered a tactical genius when he was a manager of porto he guided them to too many championships. he went to sporting event a chance he had very much success in the in the champions league by being tactical to shoot and he is he had them all the way to the european championship two years ago but not way and this is shared by not winning
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a single match so all the games were draws and the ones that they had to settle was and pedants is and the and in the final of course they scored and they're in extra time so i suspect i suspect that they will now go out protect that one they leave and make sure that they come away with at least. these the poor and then hopefully maybe ronaldo on his own announcements we mentioned where the color scarcely around manager had a plan to keep announcer quiet seems on the done a pretty good job but then if someone like. you got the goal scorers they caressed an aerosmith thank you because we only ever talk about ronaldo charisma comes on and then scores a goal like that chipping of the outside of the then it doesn't matter how great you plan for now there's a nothing you could really do about that no i mean this is this is what portugal is it's it's the. lives of individual skills and individual performances so today it
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was pressman that pops up with with a goal which is as i just sort of tried to explain is very significant because it gives portugal now an opportunity to come out in the second half and be very tactical and play for the result that they already have so at the moment they have three points and they will now we're good judgement call are we good enough not to concede a goal in the second half if we are yes then we go out and protect that and we get three points and win this game and win the group i think we're going to save around for of course into the wind that's my prediction i think there's going to be your goals in this both matches should be absolute belters and a lot for the fans to be cheering about so we've seen some really of these these guys down below as they just don't give up and some of the fans why would you when you've gone to such amazing lengths just to come here and see your country play check this.
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out. and a quick reminder of the big game in group a earlier you were in o'neal was there for the russia europe ryan match in sonar and we also got a reaction from russia's tournament tennis cherish if. there's any dream all fun is just coming out from this some more i read behind me a lot of them in sky blue jerseys love a year ago wind farms just waiting around boss king in the glory or.


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