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like across as well so i took a train across and then i would have to walk up the devised to travel on my new zealand passport and stead of on an english possible because if i said that i was an english person i'd get a lot of hate and abuse like the russian people but that's just false i have never felt unsafe every time i say that i i mean bush it's always been fine i was no more fearful of coming here than any any other international tournament really not any problems with the russian people they're all really friendly if we start helpful i think my mom still thinks i'm going to. have to go right to the public media to fix it so some of the that's going to happen but it's not going to address common people to come to the world just enjoy the football especially when england win so people are just people it doesn't matter where you're from. one language we all speak a school paul we all enjoy the guy. we unite around the team is doing well we want to gave two so far. you know. what was bobby's the media told
us. it's a place with a visit it's a recall so off to decades of hurt for english funds the twenty team performance of the team led by a hurricane gives them hope while those who have been turned away from coming here to russia have already missed out on a good portion of fun they still have a chance to shout themselves hoarse at the knockout stages done of from central moscow. well let's cross live now to our alexy at a show ski who's near the luzhniki stadium where france will soon take on denmark i that know the glorious day in moscow for you alexis i was the atmosphere like outside the region aka. the atmosphere is definitely building up a huge contingent of both french and danish supporters were on the way to the stadium as i was walking in very jolly singing their songs and obviously expecting a really good game again. aim which still has some relevance to it. french
obviously the favorites to win it moreover the french are the favorites to win the whole tournament they're one of the favorites to be in the final and potentially could lift the trophy especially with their absolute a scintillating forward line which has chile and mom and obviously and on reason on the danish maybe not so much favorites but there are still favorites to go through from this group unlike australia which at one point currently and the danes are at four points now speaking about the danes actually for one man this game is bigger than anything else it's of course i'm talking about peter schmeichel our very own part of our team and i will present his son kasper smikle is defending the goal for denmark today and for the last two games the previous games in the group as well and interesting enough this game is exactly the same as it was twenty years ago at the only world cup where peter schmeichel played for denmark in one thousand nine
hundred eight this situation moreover in the group was exactly the same france was on six points denmark was on four so back then the danes capitulated to a two one defeat a very close game actually but they still lost but yet made it out of the group from the from the group in the one thousand nine hundred eight the question is whether of course the same will happen today the very strong odds that this will be exactly the same conclusion even if denmark loses to france which is possible because the rupee and swap playing australia are not willing to go easy and they will put up a fight as many pundits have been predicting against the man from the land down under so obviously the game is starting in less than two hours we'll be bringing you all the live updates as it goes and i'll also try to speak to kasper smikle after the game. thanks very much i can see whether history will repeat itself many thanks. stay with us throughout the day for our welcome special coverage with plenty of action to look forward to on day thirteen on the prospect that argentina
might just never live text updates on our website. now let's get back to the news that's been breaking over the past couple of hours artie's correspondent paula slayer has been denied entry to ukraine she was stopped at the border as she was heading to a human rights conference dedicated to press freedom she's currently stuck at the airport and here's what she told us earlier. i'm sitting right now in need a pata knowledge here and i don't know what's going on and they need him around forty minutes ago they gave me my luggage and they just told me to wait i have no plane booked back at the moment i was supposed to fly out tomorrow off to the concert and so at this stage i really am literally in the boat waiting to hear or see what's going on and at the moment there's no border police surrounding me i
arrived at about eight o'clock this morning local time as i'm supposed to be attending a conference organized by the organization for security and cooperation in europe and the conference is devoted to press freedom and media pew ality in ukraine during times of conflict now it's quite ironic that i cannot even attend the conference and it's not only need there's another russian journalist who's also being detained and is being deported so while the deliberations will happen throughout the course of the day and as i'm speaking to you they deliberating media freedom in ukraine we're stuck here they pulled unable to attend because we represent russian networks i had checked in advance if i was on any blacklist because i have reported in ukraine in the past and the information i had was that i was not so it wasn't clear that i would have possible its problems when i arrived a check not possible that was obviously something that flagged an entire travel on a british passport and they pulled me aside and for about an hour and a hoss they kept me off to one when they were checking things they honestly from my personality they asked me while i was buying out was attending and i gave them the
conference and gender and then just suddenly they called me into the room they stated we have all this from that you are being deported you are notional to come back into the country for another five years and you need to sign your there wasn't any explanation given they they explained that what i was signing was essentially what they had told me the ability and then they bought me a vehicle to be fair they treated me ok except for the lack of information back and the whole experience of course is a little bit unnerving purpose of the conferences is to try and create a media climate across countries that is much more free and so. a for journalists to work in but when i come to these comes and says i am a vehicle that other ukrainian contingent they are there we can all me sometimes and laugh when i speak so there is a lot of resistance to watch what russian journalists have to say and sophie representatives from russia are also not here to in the same way that the ukrainian delegation is well as paula said she wasn't given any explanation for why she was
denied entry however under ukrainian law foreigners must be given a reason if they're denied access or poorer has had to leave ukraine before previously because she was getting death threats in twenty fifteen she was covering a story about wildfires sweeping through the area around chernobyl and asking people about how the situation was unfolding a ukrainian journalist unhappy with paula being allowed entry to the country launched an online campaign and called people to kill her and she then started receiving death threats on her twitter account from his followers and subsequently fled the country or its. own human rights organization the o.s.c. has already given its official reaction expressing regret and stressing all participating states should hesitate free travel for journalists across the region as we've asked our number of media organizations to comment on the situation among the reporters without borders and the international association of journalists i'm still waiting for their response the international federation of journalists has
already replied to us those saying that ukraine's actions contradict him ocracy. i'm astonished by ukraine's entry denial of madame slim ukrainian services have to explain the reasons for their decision and stop all the pressure on journalists it completely contradicts how democracy works or poor leslie it wasn't the only journalist who was denied entry to ukraine this tuesday we spoke with a russian journalist you have any primakov was also turned back at the border. who.
well one of the questions raised at the o.s.c. conference where point to stay was headed to was about restrictions on journalists don't you think that ukraine should step away from the policy that we can demin i'm think full to the speaker for condemning the decision of the ukrainian authorities not to allow russian journalist of guinea permaculture and r.t. correspondent paula slip to come to crane favor by preventing them from participating in this conference thank you. an open question more for the audience not necessarily for the expert panel here so i'm sure that that will be discussed during the break we'll have one was it one last question or we calling it a day. no listen thank you very much to one panelists that allow us run iraq first says this case is a sign of propaganda against the russian media in ukraine. it's not at all that you
do matter of course but it just shows how much the corrupt and against russian media has worked in your crane in the past russian speaking media. in that country where russian this very important language of course for half of the population and it shows that the government in ukraine has not yet changed its policies this is a tandem. to promote freedom of speech or freedom of media in ukraine is a very good initiative but of course it will not work if ukraine is not willing to tackle this challenge where it hurts the country most and it's very odd to see that western governments are not really opposing the government of ukraine in this point they only challenge always russia is respected in minsk agreement
it's a corrupt but they are not putting enough pressure on the ukrainian government in these aspects. top u.s. officials are being hounded by anti trump activists say the president's recent stance on immigration will have more on that story after the break. right we're also starting five guys. house a signal. it's not going to talk about. just you right after the mars explorers one who would have their.
record. to say what the. palace. told them to sophia and you know i'm so the shevardnadze said today we're got lots to talk about in our program and our guest is. the rock of. welcome back senior u.s. officials are being hounded by groups of trying to vist there's been a sharp rise in these incidents following the president's controversial immigration policy which has since been shelved this resulted in the children of illegal
migrants being separated from their parents aunties kind of walk and picks up the story. anti-government activism in the united states has become increasingly confrontational with a new emphasis on ostracizing and humiliating elected officials sarah huckabee sanders the white house press secretary found this out the hard way when she made the mistake of trying to eat out in a nice restaurant last night i was told but there were no threats hand in lexington virginia to leave because i work for poor and i politely left the secretary of homeland security had a very similar experience however she actually made it to her table inside the restaurant first however she couldn't enjoy her meal before things got ugly and that the chain restaurant chain did. damage sharon. after she left the restaurant the mob set up shop outside of her home.
where we all know that the anonymity of the internet brings out the best in people right well after they refused to serve sanders the red hen network has been subject to all kinds of threats and false reviews meanwhile several internet platforms are trying to stop the circulation of immigration customs enforcement employees by anti trump activists. as immigration and customs enforcement continues to ramp up its inhumane surveillance and detention efforts i believe it's important to document what's happening and by whom and any way we can to that end i've downloaded made available the profiles of almost everyone on linked in who works for migration and customs enforcement one thousand five hundred ninety five people in total. things have gotten rough before between supporters of the administration and street activists however elected officials always step in and tell folks to be civil and
respectful not anymore. and we have. to let. you. know you did you. know you were a primary. at the moment is analogies to. germany this policy. of family separation reminds us that cattle cars of nazi germany when children were separated from their parents and marched to the supposed showers slave traders use these tactics nazis use these tactics terrorists use these tactics and now the president the united states is using these tactics bottom line donald trump increasingly looks like hitler in nazi germany like to concentrate
it's really burgeoning are integrating the unusual punishment john most would agree that's a pretty extreme exaggeration but members of the trump camp aren't exactly helping themselves when they look racist language. to your cotton pickin mind how you don't get david bossie apologized for that comment but the damage is already done and now we've got steve king referring to migrant children as gang material young boys old enough to be. tried as adults will serve in the military and our prime m.-s. thirteen gang material and certainly grew up in the culture of one of the top ten most violent countries in the world and nobody in this country who understands history wants to encourage anybody to move a political debate into a zone of reckless civil disobedience and violence people in the media who blow these charges up without actually dressing down those who might make those
accusations or it's citing. a kind of riotous debate paying up you have a duty to be fair and balanced you have a duty to seek out the truth and publish the truth and you have a responsibility not to shout fire in a crowd in a crowded theater and so we got mobs yelling nazi internet threats racial slurs taunts and calls for violence within greetings like that the story never really ends well. r t new york. residents of a neighborhood in paris say the local drug problem has spiraled out of control and accuse the french government of inaction r.t. shallot dubin ski reports. i'm on the road that skirts around port palin in the paris as you can see the slum that's emerged here is brimming with rubbish it's also infested with rats but more worryingly this has become
a hot spot for crack addicts and the issue isn't so severe now that locals have this crack hill a little further up the road it's not long before we come across people who appear to be smoking crack in broad daylight others showing signs of being high often known as the poor man's drug crack is a derivative of cocaine mixed with baking soda or mania it's the most addictive form of the drug division i've seen people come here and after six months they look like the walking dead they've lost fifteen kilos it's really hell for everyone she share in the g.m. has lived here for twelve years he says that while pal has had a history of drug problems it's now spiraled out of control. the situation imported a larger peril is catastrophic the authorities have let the place turn into
a slum full of crack addicts it is ignore way the community on the hill there are five hundred people who are doing crazy things and annoying the locals very aggressively steal we have all sorts of things going on here about five years ago there were around a dozen of them we knew who they were but today it's five hundred the state is completely abandoned everyone stuck in traffic we see some men demanding money from drivers they claim it's for food but local say the money goes on drugs and despite a continuous police presence nothing seems to change some officials are now claiming this is the crack capital of france. the scale of the problem is such that put the chapelle is the biggest selling point and consumer of crack in france there are now demands for an emergency plan to be instigated to combat the problem so far there's crisis not been heeded by the government nor the local authorities and for now the
people who live in port delish appelle and its surrounding areas remain in fear if the crack addiction continues to explode jollity pinsky. paris for more on these stories as well as our special coverage of the world cup to go to r.t. dot com i'll be back at the top of the hour with more news to you again. you should. put themselves on the line. to get accepted or rejected. so you want to be president. for some water. to the right to be proud of what. three of the more people. interested in the waters of my. question.
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