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was a who're. i really want to be following the next in the next round of applause why don't we try to go like it was not possible. he said. and this is the best we have the best player in the planet if it was amazing that we were done to warn them that i would score twice i train with scot free so say whether maybe from front to your home or the u.k. . so then today sunday the second day of the knockout stage starts with a clash between russia and spain some of the found share their expectations with us . i hope will win the match but i wish luck to all opponents as well if we lose that's ok but it will be sad i hope to win support our team put on this time of the bloodiest i hope spain will be trash spain did not start at one hundred percent
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this world cup but i think that now will start playing spain skein a ticket dhaka the bosses golds and most of all to improve our defense let's go spain. of russia i think it will be to play and this is good for spain and for russia and for the beautiful book the technique of spain is to play plain to win. well spain was top of its group with two draws i won't win against iran russia second didn't group it was beaten by the much will start at five pm moscow time later today he's really found out what impact the russian team's success has had on their facts. this world cup and despite so much in the way of cholera and camaraderie the songs between different supporters of different countries and it's also inspired some fantastic work such as this one in st petersburg by the local artist would go all but the russian team coach chad cheer so that we've got to catch up with the artist any of this week and
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ask him what he spy did to make this piece yes i'm not a football person but it turns out that i'm quite sentimental it was the same i saw how happy i was of how people celebrated. but then to speak as united russia and so i thought well why not do some graffiti despite the fact he has a reputation for not smiling churchill saw this captured the hearts of the russian people off the guiding team to the knockout stages of a world cup for the first time since one thousand nine hundred six enough to come on the team perform so well this time it was really unexpected for most of the fans and this beautiful girl fleecy portrayed about the pages right after such great victories is a tribute to the fact that it's passed so there's tosses portrayed we came here specifically to take a picture like true friends national board and not seen one for a second time in a row that's why i think this what's meant is very apt things we like it so much we
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came here you know they'd take a picture in the back seat of a set if you were accused here just to take a picture of them on a picture back to you after reading the newspaper that every secret for are amazing trust me coach and was rushed here to take a photo let me of course with the world's biggest. forcing events in full swing it seems russia's living breathing eating and sleeping football and i'm not just talking graffiti the beautiful games even made it into the households of the russian academy of arts more than forty ceremonial portraits have gone up featuring the world's greatest football stars imagine christianity rinaldo in the nineteenth century it's all the vision of italian artist for britain c.e.o. but in barely even labeled his creations with a grand name like the gods no less a leg defected to you you can see players as a general sense leaders. because the jury in the match is doing that ninety minutes
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you you feel that they are really your representative yet they're really your leader and fans have also got in on the action and i think we've covered quite a few hidden talents and their inspiration football of course. well as you can see their world cup her spirits touch people from all realms walks of life russians continue to greet foreign guests try to add something special to their experience. and then from their. government. now they're going to get her to. let me get out.
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remember. that. i i i i. i. i. so they two european teams croatia will clash initially no garage as well gration won all three games in the group stage they want to favorites in the championship took second place in their group after two wins and one draw our team spoke to former creation goalkeeper should be paid for the course. we hold that we will win because we are very
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enthusiastic about our team because we play really good the group phase we had to clean sheets on the one goal from the penalty and we are very positive about going to the next round do you think that we in this tournament have seen the real correlation so this is the level that they have been all over performed or. well i think for me the best player of the to him and says look i'm all yours until now was he he was superb involve old history of games he was playing and we need still a player who will make a difference in attack you know we still don't have them parishes was tremendous in the last couple of seasons but the last year or two he was he's struggling with his finishing you know every team beneath him on a top level because you're different difference is fantastic you know i think you have a lot like it in games in the role and we need him on the high level so we can break your pieces at a much better all of the travel
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a little over four hundred kilometers east of moscow to nizhni novgorod where he spoke to danish fans they've made some modern day vikings no less. now i am never one to listen opportunity for a stereotype to go to waste so while we're here initially no good old for these last sixteen rounds i'm here on the dole get to meet up with some vikings. so when i play golf today stereotypes of course i find it funny some day me shuns here in ed you still get a chance to meet about wolves going on. we are ashamed of having a bath. we thought that's going to russia would see the bad time but hey
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none of that has been through what i wanted to ask you because there was a lot made c.z. english was we were all told don't come to russia it's really dangerous. you told the same thing exactly the same thing to. family my colleagues told me don't get killed. by that and how it be found it's a. rubbish is so easy everyone is fairly friendly and it's so nice you'll have a great time all the countries in asia and russia all disabilities one big group what we have seen though as well is they amongst the five says the emotion is really going to a lot of people we've seen the pond a mania as they took over this town when they were here all the danes going to do the same the panamanian said they were bringing convolve to us to russia it was that they spring. we are not that many dangers that some are own i've heard like
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eight hundred maybe but when we are there at the stadium we are going to chant oh a ninety minute. and extended if needed we're going to share because you want to danes to succeed and we want to do you feel that we're here for them we want them to prove that they should be the best what is the danish song come on let us know. what. you stand by guys it was very close to our slur. thanks to big games in the coming hours right to the quick break and out international some of big stories the last seven days that shape the world around us too. so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have it's crazy to let it
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be an arms race. spearing dramatic developments only and. i don't see how that strategy will be successful very critical time to sit down and talk. generally speaking mr trump's unilateralist notably the unilateralism which we saw with regards to iran which we also saw with regards to the paris agreement regarding climate change which we saw with regards to the american embassy in jerusalem all these unilateral decisions i challenge from my point of view the quality of our transatlantic relations. counting firms the banks the rating agencies the government and the central bank it's called a racket the u.k. profits from it and some way that's how the aristocracy keeps going and that's not
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going to stop. this week it was officially announced that donald trump will meet for the first official summit on the sixteenth of july in helsinki he comes off the u.s. national security adviser john bolton visited moscow and had talked to the russian president was more guys you have explains next not everyone's happy about that meeting trump is acting strange stranger than usual he's being awful nice to russia. russia continues to say that they had nothing to do with meddling lexan words the d.n.c. server and why didn't say did james coleman the now disgraced f.b.i. agents take him closely examine it they can by itself the days sensitive might rub the wrong way what he says next caused a storm he gave up crimea as last week with.
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everything else we can preserve the game but i mean. that was certainly given up by . the media interpreted it as trump potentially willing to recognize crimea as russia now trump he'd be hounded out of office the same week but reacting to the summit visuals of being diplomatic but the fact the two presidents a meeting engage in insisting dialogue is something i support i believe it's time to talk shop because to the actions of a neighbor from state to state we have to talk to russia wanted to talk to strive for a perfect relationship but even then we don't admit to listen should we need to manage the difficult relationship the pundits though showed no such restraint there in meltdown we have no idea what kind of information that donald trump will say just
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bragging to vladimir putin may give him the knock listen tell me all the spies are because they want to prove how tough he is the russians clearly showing that they are in the driver's seat on this race dangerous we saw the last time when the russians came in visit there at the white house where he gave away classified information that is not the way to approach a summit with president putin the way approach summit is to have done your homework and go in united in a way that doesn't play into the narrative that president xi and president putin to them working overtime to push. that the president has played into that narrative in very very dangerous ways from reasonable concern to outright terror but there could be another explanation for trump's behavior the long game trumps bluff. germany has to spend more money spain france it's not for what they've done
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to the united states nato trump says his allies on spending enough trade trump says europe china have it too good he wants the changed things and no one's playing ball looking at the latest decisions of president. someone could see the thing. with friends like that who needs enemies we must be prepared. we will have to follow prompts a businessman but the thing is in these jeans and if you will pounce on being pals you need to get them in live and what better way than the fia then using be bad russia they get everyone to behave the fact is that it's important for the leaders of these two countries to meet their wide range of issues despite the differences between the square of both president trump and
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president putin think they may be able to find constructive solutions i'd like to hear someone say that's a bad idea since. i don't really address what i've written in the past or what i've said on television it's all out there right now i'm an advisor to president trump it's his agenda that we're pursuing and that's the agenda that i intend to advance and that's john bolton amongst the most militant hawkish u.s. politicians who said that russia's alleged meddling in the us elections was an act of war look at it this way if trump's a russian agent he just blew his cover if he isn't the russian spy he just pulled the entire world and is likely to get all his misbehaving allies back in line. in other headlines of the week just gone the european migrant crisis has been in the headlines again leaders of the bloc gathered in brussels in the hope of
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trying to patch up relations with each other and find a solution itself to some of the founding members of the union found themselves locked in a bitter dispute over migration. it's interesting this is his response to the situation with aquarius is proof of a cynicism and a lack of responsibility on behalf of the italian government when faced with this dramatic humanitarian disaster. my duty is to defend the borders of this country which cannot become a refugee camp he only those who have the right to enter its will and its their other post they can go see spain and france malta and the netherlands.
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and it's going to be a very long night we should have a good read. the full. softness of the impossible to see from equipment to st louis from. the first. if. the only thing european cities appear to have agreed on is to block people at the
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doorstep of got to somehow among the. measures that a few years ago were deemed unacceptable now are being common talk so do you think that the e.u. is. spelling down to the far right is not the problem right click the problem is immigration. it's a huge problem still the politician is an expert so we heard from a got mixed opinions on whether that somebody in brussels was a success or not. i think that it's important that we have read in a taxi now europeans that now that we are talking about how these really are not problems managed by you and agents and i know it. is important to be going
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after continue to. reach a safe and we don't wait. for the better of the agreement i would say it's too early to say that it's a victory because the pressure yabbies that your grievance does not really solve the problem it's about that it takes time to post poll look for solutions to problems the e.u. . made a show of unity but. short of unity became the e.u. and then indeed centers. are so many crises that they want to mask the fragmentation of the group i'm kevin now and that's the way some with the world news look to this last week more the headlines of the last seven days and continuing coverage of the world cup in russia in thirty minutes time now thanks for watching us international have a great sunday. became
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this national camera. roughly once the show and some will pay you for the. future uncool videos during the world cup and someone with a ruptly string and. lying around more on string i don't rightly don't t.v. . you know world big partisan. 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 shouting past each other it's target. for critical thinking it's time to fight for the middle for the truth the time is now for washington closely watching the hawks.
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apply for many clubs over the years so i know the game inside i. 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 just kill the narrowness and spending two hundred twenty million on one player. coach it's an experience like nothing else i want to because i want to share what i think what i know about the beautiful game my great so well more chimes for. the base this minute. the. current american administration is raising tariffs and revising old trade agreements when america sneezes can the rest of the world of only it contracting protectionist fever.
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in twenty forty you know bloody revolution here to prevent the demonstrations going from being relatively peaceful political protest to be creasing the violent revolution is always spontaneous or is it you know we hear from him in your list put video through in the new bill is that an idea spilling you know to the former ukrainian president recalls the events of twenty forty. of those who took part in this today over five billion dollars to assist ukraine in these and other calls that will ensure a secure and prosperous and democratic. this right here what i was attacked by my people they took my wallet to buy. gold and they were thieves. and. teenage daughters and i would like to
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take that as what i do is the fact that makes this society safer for them and i point. late last year this is where one of the gang rapes took place. took place for children actually for play and it was about three o'clock in the night with on the race woman. who was brutally raped by three of sapience and here with horror stories we move mersin the city about what they did to her and i would not repeat them but there was very graphic details about this. rape and one of the policeman said that he had never experienced anything like this before has never never never seen anything like it. sweden doesn't collect data on the background of criminals in the country and speaking out against migrants is
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a big taboo here that's why journalists and bloggers who are not afraid to do some digging and speak their mind are becoming more popular hate welcome to sweden this is the number one rape capital of europe just swedes are the most self-loading people on the entire globe but i have never come across a country where nationalism is one of the biggest taboo stew point where it's considered to be racist it's gotten worse in every way and we probably have before it's gotten worse well boy is become a phenomenon thanks to the reaction from afghanistan and even the mainstream media reported on this because you can't really hide it anymore there's been i think fifteen gang rapes on boys so this is happening in refugee camps this is a typical image of a refugee child and he really looks like he's happy that he's screwed over sweden. there's tons of images like these her family grew it for more and it's like what is this these are these are not kids look at this this is not like these middle aged
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women there are a few jackson adopt refugee children and then have sex with them this looks kinky it just looks sexual it looks perverse and they all look the same but it's all like this is not a kid this is not a kid. let's say immigration was primarily women instead of is that of men so imagine a group of old guys flocking to get or waiting to take care of these refugee girls everyone would be talking about how disgusting and put a feely akhet is but since it's women were kind of like holding on to the idea that there are saints there's such a lack of resources that people actually dying because of the. it's very much the welfare state is crumbling you can say we're not going to have a stable social systems if it carries on in this way. the angry foreigner is highlighting what he sees as the issues journalist and great cultist says that's not enough anymore i first met her and she thousand and sixteen
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when she took me to her childhood neighborhood to show me how much it had changed because of integration. and here you see it is always been there his sort of part of the. people have always known that this is the building where dean says it and now because the students are taking over here they have to put something to hide. so that they are welcome and. i mean this is part of the building what evil could jesus on the wall do to you why do we say that all muslims get offended why can't we get offended we never get to me i mean they push their rules on us they don't use this so then you cannot be on the house anymore. i was worried when you saw me two years ago and now i am even more worried people are really scared specially women we will
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be carrying a mano. in our country in there maybe in twenty years maybe you can say we are buying our. doctors and how someone. not only so much as a golem back in a month with a lot of little senegal or. some couldn't do for profit on my watch and then you me and scott. they can be gassed ones going to someone something for. us on what land would be sucked good theel of all water under the american. thank you all or england or the on the floor among. the feels about it so i. will finish the offer. but the. solitude to be able to authorise that idea for an. hour.
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they call mobley. conflict or they call. it because. it can almost all of. out. police. say involving a list of. many long to fourteen record for opt for a practice you are in on the water out of the medical. world order for that to come about to get what is to go to get rid of all foreigners fools who. know it's not outgo we want to be a swedish country and we want a lot of the people who live here now to go back to that is of course we don't want to get rid of all for him people we want the swedes to be a big majority because it's our country but of course no country can survive you
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know always people who who come in bring nice things to us. around two thirds of the people here asked us not to show their faces for fear of being judged or even fired speaking out against immigration remains a huge taboo in sweden but some are more fearless than others hans for example. a man so fed up with immigration he actually relocated with his wife to avoid seal foreigners little did he know that what he sees as trouble would end up right on his doorstep this is the house which. now will be open not the first of march. they say twelve young. boys from. i think it's will be muslims because it's palestinian salafist rented the house in
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which of the approval for running the school it's a dangerous situation looking new york at google this is absolutely no good they're exporting problems from the big big towns big cities. and healthy more exporting problems out to the villages so they buy. or rent apartments and they put the problems there of hans and his wife live in the melissa palatino one of the only places to hold an immigration referendum in which the majority voted against accepting refugees that was in the late eighty's and the ban has since been overturned it's a culture of orthodox cross and i bolted the day when we drove around town in france and we heard on the radio that two muslims attacked the church assaulted five moms and their troth slaughtered a priest in an age of eighty four.


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