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and i'm a law or you and i deserve the commute that can blow kill kill but as you protest but example. you say it is a. book amazon is what was was he. not cooperate inch model back up while he died just. as they've probably. got a book of gold was it was a build up from from our side then all of a sudden from the brown the left side of the defense got the bow and we had always in our minds. if the ball was on the left side as a striker you come on the same side of the ball and we knew that if i'm going to that side space will come space will come on the left side of the defense of
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argentina and america and from the border then they link with each other not only in that match but in a lot of matches and all of a sudden that ball came and i saw the balls leaving it was i think fifty yards of some there was a it was a long ball the touch the first thought it was amazing because he i don't know if it was the first that he snapped at the his left foot but he managed to control the ball unbelievably well and i think one of the second thoughts he came inside and outside of his right food when when that ball left of his foot i was like wow and bang just the right in that and i was like what that happens what happens now and all of a sudden yeah an explosion of course because if you win two one against against argentina the feeling is amazing you can see the replay. everybody went went crazy
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. dreaming pulling hard work one day the true dream come true when i come to the ninety ninth i just worked out to be on wall when i'm score for is gold your dream coming and you know but what these more important very nice corsets goals my team is confident the most loving beautiful bunch. of the children so you give the ball up for an even score. it took me like i would say three four years or maybe at the end of the mike area that i realized i became like a player you know what i mean france every day every day there was somebody say oh thank you very much for the world cup for the last twenty years so it takes a time when the whistle goes you know when the refs ace at the end of the game you just lose the pressure.
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not. the. goal you know. like a bull in a china shop donald trump style and negotiation skills were on full display at this year's annual nato gathering he was not shy about how he feels about the alliance now the trump summit is front and center would be a mere photo op or something more. complex a change agent writes about is a nice way to say he's crazy i mean anything he's going to go into any situation and just overturn the table and say let's start from scratch was exactly what is needed for the united states because the united states was very poorly positioned
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to head into the twenty first century so we need a guy like trump to come in there and just you know knock over all the pieces on the chess board and start playing checkers i mean and start all over again. and so because when bentley i'm from and. he goes i'm from proceeding. well you know. else he's everywhere i don't think is over there so maybe that's. of move me but most of all is football because. everything talks about football. everywhere and maybe just.
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one tool of my patients. and i try to make sense to clear the way and this work. is one of my favorite deeds if you see it's not just exactly like the others there are or generous and everything but it's the king of much a sexual i try to do it to put the. dress or something like this. i don't know nothing about so uniform oh no i just. think that song fits better than others and then i try to out the everything possible to represent the region as.
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i. stand commiserations last night honestly choose both space team won no problems started very well second off and soon were experts on all projects in secret and i thank you very much now i'll tell you exactly why i know you guys what we're doing about your memo weights. i'm so interested in cosmonauts all right well come to the
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museum of cosmonauts and also a very special surprise you got to meet actual cause i'm not. sure. why did you want to be a cosmonaut. because one of them the. most. physical. and it's only. now you get. you going to spice very soon which from a quite incredible to a cosmonaut. year what's the next program and how many astronauts and cosmonauts will be with you on the next journey.
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to get it. done not so. become you have. enough for. all that thank you so much. beautiful exhibition paulk in a. couple of days before the world cup final. let's have a look at the semifinals against belgium france where the witness i think. a lot of people spoke about maybe being a little bit defensive but i think that. they got a spot on belgium had a very good tournament. well but right at the moment in time when they really
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needed to put a performance in a little bit showed off of france with his a finalist a win against croatia england starts the game very well those in the starting bid on the goal with all of the crew later the fantastic free kick from kieren trip if croatia carrying strong tell us what this means for the nation of croatia tell us what it means in context of the nineteen ninety eight scene and tell us what it means to croatia for all to get into a local fauna well absolutely amazing that's a look inside a believable fight that i showed we spoke to some people from croatia this morning who basically compared it to countries only been in existence for twenty seven years the compared it to basically winning independence and that was during a bloody war so just to show you the significance of that victory last night ninety nine and it was absolutely fantastic is well done thank you care always want to get out of office and then saw us come ice in time and all of them but they got to the final just time and against a country that is a messy footballing nation england and again i think part of the allure of that was
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the fact that no one expected it but you're right in that had the chance to finish off croatia in that first hour or so but then after that multi-track a teach pros of each paris each red beach man juke each all of them basically took off and great equalizer and then a fabulous wind up by man so you can see as well as the whole nation these days is basically there in the state of pleasant shock but i know there's one more big one to come. let's have a look at the fall i know france against croatia who's winning it well i think number one they but deserve as far as i think they are the two best teams that it will come and that's rare that you get i think the two best teams in the world cup final one mind just right away due respect in ninety two with that brazilian so i never got to the final i think it's going to be a very very close encounter. obviously coming from croatian background with my hot i want croatia to win but i think france will profile in the end. when we look at it from this did you in self rule in the world cup or was famously the water carrier the air comes and also it's about the one of the look you'll gin. this is
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of the french football is this a pragmatic french saw it brought them along full of flair should they be playing with a little bit lol so why do the very well perhaps from the new just perspective you say yes but if you look at it if i step into my safe french shoes i would say no let's not forget nine hundred ninety eight as well to have one of the greatest players of all time and sit in the seat and you write some people call them a water carrier but obviously it will fold into general and they were quite pragmatic as much as they had some flair in that side they were very pragmatic conceded very few goals a lot like these french saw that the official has now poaching now the way that they play like i said i think they started off and like true chambers is going up eventually just like that they've relied when they needed to on some great individual despised by him but by specifically and also greaseman and also paul pogba and i think that's where his expertise is coming he knows what it's like to have a genius in the midfield and the top players around him like contact like meant to be to matlab what to do is stuff and he has done his stuff and so was the whole of
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frogs balls let's look back at some of the highlights of this faith will cope through some trepidation some say yeah but it's been absolutely sensational on and off the pitch let's look at the olympic choice will bring some if you will fight moments and goals well in goals i've got to say the gulf he was in my opinion overall have been outstanding obviously had david to his first mistake which is a basic mistake he has portugal but the rest of the goalkeeper ya can't remember one like that for the rest of the competition olympic spirit england i mean so they says with an england group we're going to knott's on this three relatively goalkeepers he's come out with a lot of critics wolf amaze being one of the best goalkeepers here and i think the full goalkeepers in the semifinals the call to service each and peak of it with the full best goalkeepers in the tournament the recent services will be playing in the final but jordan kick the can hold his head very very hard man of the match against sweden i thought he was fantastic against croatia he made that really top side against man so you could see in the first period of actual time. i guess brazil i thought maybe one of the sides of the tournament to show. that was two weeks left
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that he pulled authentic that i've. contributed and win the race as well and one that's not being talked about so much as standing say the unsure of why which could have been equalized to head it down and against belgium and get that shot that the we would turn and hit anything that around the that shot goes in to build him robin being one into france off the ice cool from the supply tell me about the stadia the atmosphere the fun. memories all through two thousand brazilians mexicans peruvians in the first few weeks of the tournament really. i'm sure you concur with one hundred percent fantastic country fantastic people first and foremost the russian people have been absolutely great food which is important to me as you know and i have and also there was a he said you mentioned the word trepidation there was a lot of people from all the countries specific a specific way england and i just don't know it wasn't and you can speak to any support has been the most regular comment that i've had from people that come out to speak to me from england australia and even cry c.s.a.
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was my comp belief what i thought before i come here and have had a time when i've been here in russia and let's hope that as great as his pain it really does finish off with a bang with a bright guy and let's hope as well at least thank you very much thank you for joining me on the stand holy moshe. you have brought a brand new energy. we'll work together again for now let's go out of a window into exhibition paulk and that's what that memory like for a guy can i just say a special thank you to you because i've loved working with you it's been great seeing you but i actually propose to my partner his mother my two children and i would have done that without you asking to stay here. and saying call them wish i was i thank you very much i. mean i have to.
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the u.s. charges twelve russians with hacking offenses linked to the two thousand and sixteen presidential election but says the interference did not influence the outcome of the vote. british counter-terror police say that they have located the source of the nerve agent that killed a woman in the town of themes of her and left her partner in critical condition. and after donald trump launches a stinging attack on the british prime minister over her brags that planned and treason may tell reporters of anglo-american relations are stronger than ever. the broadest deepest impression relationship is really something very special to give our relationship terms of grade the highest level of special.
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broadcasting live direct from our studios in moscow this is our team international and john thomas glad to have you with us and the u.s. justice department has charged twelve russians with hacking offenses linked to the two thousand and sixteen presidential election. indictment charges twelve russian military officers by name for conspiring to interfere with the twentieth sixteen presidential election. eleven of the defendants are charged with conspiring to hack in the computers steal documents and release those documents with the intent to interfere in the election well i have the document here in my hands and as you can see it's pretty long twenty nine pages to be precise so let me read to you exactly what it says well. intelligence officers knowingly and intentionally conspired with
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each other and with persons known and unknown to the grand jury to gain unauthorized access to hack into the computers of u.s. persons and entities involved in the twenty sixteen us presidential election still documents from those computers and stage releases of the stolen documents to interfere with the twenty sixteen us presidential election but regardless of what this says the department of justice found out that this so-called conspiracy didn't affect the vote count or the election results there's no allegation that the conspiracy changed the phone count or affected any election result while the announcement came during trump's meeting with the queen at windsor castle and just days before he's scheduled to meet with president putin so we'll just have to see if this trigger some sort of a domestic resistance the russian foreign ministry has given its reaction moscow says the timing of the announcement shows that its purpose was to negatively effect
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to the trumpet putin summit down of spoke to my colleague earlier on the hacking indictments as for new information i mean the military man himself they would never reveal their sources all that we know that they've been questioning a lot of people as he has a few men in his at his disposal so their capacities are quite limited and everything in this investigation when it comes to the king of the democratic party it evolves around the d.n.c. so we don't know as i've said where got his information from but what we do know is where he didn't get it from apparently and that is the f.b.i. as they themselves have numerously admitted to fail to in the server themselves have a listen when the d.n.c. provide access for to the f.b.i. for your your technical folks to review what happened. we never got direct access
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to the machines themselves it's all up begs the question doesn't it if the f.b.i. had no access to d.n.c. servers igor who hurt in this exact case we don't know exactly but we know that previously all the information about this server came from a company named kraut strike it's a company that was hired by the d.n.c. received money for the from the d.n.c. for maintaining and taking care of their servers and so they were the ones who provided the f.b.i. with all the logs and all the information and all the strike itself says that the information they gave it's a carbon copy of it's like the exact same thing as what was on the actual server there's no way real way of proving that. you know very fine that because they have tampered with this quite a bit they have already restructured it back in twenty sixteen in this whole server so that's did raise some questions as well you did see never turn the server over
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to law enforcement if you're investigating either from a law enforcement or from an intelligence standpoint that hacking by foreign hostile government would you want the server would net help you number one identify who the attacker was if they had turned the server over to either you or director call me maybe we would have no more so i guess what i'm asking you is why would the victim of a crime not turn over a server to the intelligence community or to law enforcement and this question is what many many people are asking because think of it from a following standpoint say there was a crime in some apartment the police show at the door and then the victim's roommate shows up and says look i live in the same room i saw everything happened here's your forensics like fingerprints you know traces of hair d.n.a. pictures from the crime scene you're all good. and the police they say oh then fine
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then we won't examine the actual crime scene since what you're showing to us is the exact copy and the exact like account of events of what happened this is pretty much what the f.b.i. did so that's that's why this raises so many questions rise to the situation we have though as it stands we've got twelve russian agents so-called agents indicted what happens now is there a trial well naturally yes this is what mueller is pursuing but there is a catch because look at who he's indicted is indicted several intelligence officers of russia and obviously if there is a trial that's based in russia of course and if there is a trial it is said to happen on the u.s. soil no one in their right mind would be sending intelligence officers to a foreign country i mean it doesn't really matter whether or not the are accused of anything whether or not they're guilty or not it just it's intelligence officers they have like information clearances and everything the some of them may not be
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allowed to travel abroad at all so miller has found is finding himself with this indictment in a very comfortable position because if a trial happens it will be a trial in absentia which means the chances are nobody will represent these intelligence officers which pretty much guarantees a guilty verdict daniel mcadams executive director of the rand paul institute believes the timing of the case is highly significant. if you're the victim of a crime why would you not want to hand the evidence over to the police the fact of the matter is the company they had doing their security as though it is a politically biased company that was invited involved in all sorts of things to steal dossier and other things so it is a it is a big question but the other big question really is the timing union and that once again we have an indictment on a friday before a weekend but not just any weekend this is the weekend before the much anticipated trump hooten summit of the political implications of dropping the indictments to
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poison the waters it advances the trumpet and summit this is clearly the work of the u.s. deep state. donald trump is claiming that relations with the u.k. are better than ever the u.s. president gave a glowing appraisal of theresa may during a visit to the prime minister's checkers residence outside london on day two of his visit to britain. give relationship terms of grade the highest level of special yesterday had breakfast lunch and dinner with her through something very special discussion here there was something something very special this incredible woman right here. a very smart very tough very capable person the broadest deepest security cooperation special relationship i think prime minister made for her partnership that a lot of respect for the prime minister special relationship long tradition of friendship collaboration and i think she's a terrific woman i think she's doing a terrific job. made those remarks despite a newspaper interview
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a day earlier when he slammed the prime minister's plans for braggs it saying they would kill any chance of a trade deal with america and he went on to suggest that boris johnson who recently resigned as u.k. foreign secretary would make a great prime minister although trump later backtracked calling the coverage of that interview. meanwhile protesters against a trump visit turned out in large numbers in london organizers estimate a quarter of a million people took to the streets and he's an associate you're going to reports now from london. really. want the protesters out for the protests that have been seen. since the u.k. here we are your interest foggers where you can see behind me the square is absolutely fine with tens of thousands of people that have been marching to get to this point for the last couple of hours and it has to be said that the numbers of people who turned out while we saw donald trump until recent may try to show
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a unified front they've talked about their special relationship we've seen people here talk about how the only special relationship trunk seems to have is with him. really going to sense that they're coming out onto the streets in such numbers is feed news so all of these people are trying to. make it be understood that the u.s. president is not welcome here and again this is just one of the many activities that have been taking thank you thank you yes thank you. i get a bill you hear myself think but it's been like this for the last couple of hours really the mood here is very persistent in terms of showing the president he's not welcome to the u.k. and this is something that's been it was thank you was leading up to as i said i don't force out as it is he arrived.

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