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oh amazing get it if i can see if he's the best he saved us he won the match against spain spain is so much. it's amazing to throw to you is the. way of the much this is great we're so happy we can thank you yes yes as you have said it. better now. it's not just russian fans it's also people from all over the world happy. host yeah but amid the elation of course comes the sadness disappointment too for those spanish fans as not forget them their team did set a new world record for the most successful passes but still they were unable to break the host that. yes i know you know the spanish team has shown that it has no goalkeeper i have a friend who looks like a spade goalkeeper and he could do the job much better performance was pretty shameful but it was
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a slow match in spain had more than one chance to score while russia did not have any but that's football the ball doesn't want to go in it doesn't go away. and there's not a crucial encounter on sunday to croatia beat denmark initially that means russia will now face croatia in the final final on saturday here's a look at that game and also what went to a penalty shoot out. with .
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the the. police the current standings for the quarter finals that russia will play tracers just mention that your boy will face frogs going to places if we decide you don't shoot. so well today thursday the knockout stage of the world cup sees the action move to the south of russia top teams brazil and mexico go head to head and some are later leaving in rostov on don belgium will face japan brazil was top of it's groups of the game could be quite a challenge for mexico but mexico does have a not quite so secret weapon the thousands of fans who travel to russia to cheer on the beloved team although everyone had the opportunity to cut not every one of the opportunity to come to the world cup right away as you'll see.
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i. think it's not like she was marching to go which is what some disagreement is here because this is a long journey but we decided to stay that way. we discussed it once you decide it's kind of rushing things that i'm exploring yet to come on. russia so you feel. like you get on with people and russia is a friendly. gearing
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up for. them some of them paid a surprise visit to a children's hospital in the host city of samarra the party didn't stop the. locals out of the streets in celebration to. put the i think that. to see what else the fans could expect in that city.
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sun's coming here for a world cup and twenty of them sacrificed some have say for months even years to get to russia others have been struck from jobs because their bosses didn't give them the time or money is tight the college and i'm on stories so that's why i can set the task to see as much as i can here in community pulled some are at each column drink for twenty two year old more or less that is the equivalent of all of this i run into fifteen hundred roubles let's see if we can do it. on our first stop today is a cultural one very busy one judging by the queues of people waiting to go in here to the programming stalin built in one thousand and forty two states where the soviet leader joseph stalin would have gone to the trade center and the little country to.
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the wall. less than thirty years ago somalia was a clothes to be towards others to each of the important particularly in the soviet space program. but not for five hundred fifty roubles you can get a stellar as you like and learn all the secrets there are to know on the space capitol museum. it's time to do it i'm afraid the first selfie of the. always any football fun knows you have to refuse to be in top shape from all the games that you're in some or there is a surprisingly future radio to conclude seems i'm going to try one looks pretty recommended to me to spec food. so this really is the perfect pit stop for a traveller moment bullshit i'm getting ready to eat meat and mice this fall claws . before it is excellent let's try this.
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will become a possible kinetic looking denmark found in the word what the experience of russia twenty to be. excited amazing guys right here let's look hello what you speak french it's pretty good. some guys getting. tired but it's been really nice. that sounds good finally. so seeing just some of what the city has to offer a football fan on their dime time we've seen some great sights would be some food food i've got a couple of your live in my pocket so let's just go find it for. we follow the money it's. the prodigal son he loves.
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me thank you very much. let me get some of the. greats. yeah you do have a great time there well with thousands of fans taking pictures and videos during the world cup in russia ought to you started to compile the best of them for you to check out you can check out the fans are you view project on our side are cold. ok the. oh. god third was was. i. was i thought i
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was lucky. i. know. so just remind you this couple think much is today to play off brazil face mexico belgium play against yukon you can follow both thrills and spills of the world cup twenty eight right here on our c on it. wrong. just don't. get to shape our. ticket and in. the trail.
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when some find themselves worlds apart. to look for common ground. i played for many clubs. so i know the. football isn't only about what happens on the pitch school it's about the passion from the fans it's the age of the super money. to the twenty million. it's an experience like. this i want to show. you. a great.
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time some other world news headlines now interior minister is threatening to resign amid a growing divide which. immigrant policies. has pushed for a tough. job the media suggests that he wasn't swayed by that recent deal struck by the e.u. to solve the migrant crisis. i've said that i will resent my decision to resign and that i will implement this if a solution is not found within the next three days the german chancellor angela merkel is fighting for her political survival interior minister mr siegel first issued angela merkel with a two week ultimatum that expired on the first of july sunday mr c. hoffa saying that he once had to find a european solution to the migrant crisis and now we're hearing that he feels he is left with no choice but to turn back migrants from germany's borders this of course flies in the face of the german chancellor's open door policy and she of course
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felt that she had found this european solution after a two day summit that was held thursday and friday in brussels there was an e.u. summit that if he now seems as if the interior minister would disagree. we are sure that we have the right to me to send my claims back from the border was all that might open up we go and either we find a solution so that you never can be your own people feel that we are guided by the values and that we advocate multilateralism and not you know literally or no one will believe in our values which have made us all strands if mr c. hoffa in fact resigns this will see a break up of the seventy year alliance between his christian social union and angela merkel's party what it does mean is that she will either become the leader of a minority government or should have to call for new elections while at the same time no doubt she is likely to lose support from within a own party this is a particularly tense time for angle immokalee who is fighting for her political
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survival a political scientists we spoke to believes the standoff within the german leadership may not end with a favorable compromise either. apparently uncle america doesn't want to move or is able to move you to european obligations and for the christian social union it is of utmost importance and not to lose its credibility the promise has been there to see all the would stop immigration of those who are not entitled to go through a asylum procedure in germany the situation seems to be without any serious exit maybe both of them come to or reason finding some kind of a compromise formula but i can hardly imagine any wording of such a formula which would avoid one of them losing his face. immigration is also sparking controversy across the atlantic mass rallies were held in seven hundred
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fifty cities in the u.s. over the weekend against president terms policies flash point of the debate of course was the separation of those children from their parents who'd illegally crossed america's southern border that part has since been dropped after a huge public outcry donald quarter takes a closer look at the whole issue. american liberals have been attacking trump on all fronts criticizing his stance on everything from immigration to race relations to. a car the. break a. ok ok. ok ok. for you. but the us was already seeing rising discrimination long before trump took office
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caging immigrant children for example it was alive and well under the obama administration news media is is not telling you that obama did something very similar back in two thousand and fourteen he separated many many children from their parents and some of them back to mexico while their parents were still here sent others to the northeastern part of the united states and there were pictures of them sleeping in the same conditions that the traffic ministration as a kid sleeping now but the media never puts anything in context i call that fake news by omission hillary clinton also appeared to support these policies only changing course when it became the latest anti trump trend what's happening to families at the border is horrific. they should be sent back as soon as it can be determined who responsible adults in their families are all of them who can be should be reunited with their families but we have to send a clear message just because your child gets across the border that doesn't mean the child gets to stay between two thousand and five and two thousand and sixteen
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legal latino immigrants reporting discrimination increased across the u.s. assaults against muslims also saw a study rise during obama's tenure and police brutality against unarmed african-americans didn't need trump to continue its rice so although it's now trying. the to attack trump for society's problems some americans are wondering how much the system itself is to blame when it comes to immigration this is a problem that has not been it's been addressed but there's been no congressional action on immigration since since the days of the reagan administration and that at that time we were living in a whole different world because that was a long time ago we have a different situation now and last administration which was in power for eight years at one point they had the white house and they had the senate with sixty votes and they had the house and they could have solved this immigration problem anytime they wanted within the first two years of obama's first term and they did
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not and what trump is trying to do with here is fix this broken system which has been broken for a very very long time and if the system is indeed giving rise to all of these problems perhaps there needs to be more focus on addressing the causes rather than the symptoms donald quarter r.t. . that's the way that i was looking so far this morning caused by russia beating spain in the world cup knockout stage last night later today reminder it's brazil facing mexico and belgium against japan your first choice for the atmosphere around the game is that a correspondence from the white house if you support the all the action as it happens it must go for now this morning it's kind of annoying saying thanks for watching us have a great day. camera
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. roughly once the show is so moved. to. uncool videos during the world cup and someone with. more. really don't t.v. . in this is going underground after that match between spain and russia today the un
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human rights council debates the killing of palestinian protesters by anglo-american backed israel in gaza coming up on the show the ongoing crisis caused by a war that to raise a base supported we talked to the libyan mission chief of the international organization of migration about the descent of africa's richest but capita country and. the first day of the championship is wimbledon only serve the rich we ask working plus as we all just got to listen mckenzie plus we look beneath the prize money and plans to speak to a charity funded by the wimbledon foundation about the government so that the putting survivors of domestic abuse at risk all the civil war coming up in today's going underground but first facebook sees itself under investigation at the european parliament today as a story that has made great headway in nation media rolls on the story is why did trump get elected why did britain vote for bricks it was jimmy corbin leader of the british labor party and why are people across europe turning against neo liberalism
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the answer could not possibly be this wall street bank goldman sachs will pay five billion dollars to settle claims that it duped clients with rotten mortgage investments that goldman knew were likely to fail this was part of the widespread mortgage fraud that triggered the great recession in two thousand and eight you know the bailout and fraud of major nation financial institutions around twenty zero eight didn't cause trump and bricks it must be this when we first launched we were hoping for you know maybe four hundred five hundred people harvard didn't have a facebook so that's the gap that we were trying to fill and now we're at one hundred thousand people so who knows where we're going next we're hoping to have many more universities by far hopefully over one hundred or two hundred and from there we're going to launch a bunch of side applications which should keep people coming back to the site maybe can make some cool yes social media must of course the seismic political changes
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since twenty eight a particular country there are people in russia whose job it is to try to exploit our systems and other internet systems and other systems as well so this is an arms race arms race or zucker berg seeking to secure pentagon funding because u.s. president donald trump's steve bannan written speech of his inauguration didn't mention. social media facebook he talked about american carnage that arguably brought donald trump to power for too many of our citizens a different reality exists mothers and children trapped in poverty in our inner cities rusted out factories scattered like tombstones across the landscape of our nation this american carnage stops right here and stops right now well trump blasted obama for not intervening in carnage he saw in libya before opposing the actual cameron obama psycho's the bombing when
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it started the legacy of that catastrophe which was supported by u.k. minority leaders resume's though still with us this week joining me now from tripoli in libya is often basically the chief of mission of the international organization for migration often thanks so much for coming on the show what is the situation in recent days i understand among the hundreds you help on the libyan shore many are children thank you very much now we're going to getting better and to see is can we are witnessing as usual more movements intimidating you and definitely among the groups more than ten percent are children and to fifty six percent of the children are on accompanied mind you know the figures are astonishing twenty nine thousand unaccompanied migrant children hundreds of thousands of migrants since january first not since the beginning of the anglo-american bombing of libya says journey first this year your figures say nearly a thousand have died at sea yes we are talking about the whole military nian so
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from libya over to. under central mediterranean about six hundred fifty migrants died in b.c. and this is. again due to the number of reasons mainly the use of the use of inflatable boats to overcrowded boats and a situation. do you think it's the lack of political unity since hillary clinton venomously chaired the death of gadhafi dick that's a driving force in the mass human trafficking which i know your organization is very concerned about ok on this side let me be very clear i would talk about the humanitarian part and if we talk about the background of migration apparently since the beginning or thousands of years ago migration has been the nature of human being secure regime change in some countries which sometimes direct the flow in certain directions but i will not go more to the political side of what what
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triggers people to leave their countries because there are different reasons not only related to one country or one can see them but the most important part now is to agree that this is a global responsibility build needs to be. a division of the migration policies adopted by many countries in the world and definitely we need to focus on saving lives and saving lives should be the center of our attention and the countries from where the migrants whose lives you're saving when they come to libya they're often ones with i.m.f. programs egypt just got a two billion learn from the i.m.f. need one hundred thirty four million chad a billion gonna one billion they're i.m.f. loan countries egypt. has just got another three hundred million maybe from the u.s. government yeah but from my side i don't think there is a link from the amount of funds you receive from i.m.f. and. i would say the number of migrants from the country from i am we believe that
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people leave their countries for different reasons sometimes for security reasons many others for other reasons and i don't care who they are subject to different types of the human rights violations let's agree also when we talk about libya that seven or eight hundred thousand migrants in libya but we know about in other countries. among africa there are hundreds of millions of migrants that pass freely between different countries also and we talk about the number of what i was to europe that significantly decreased this year and even last year it was about one hundred fifty thousand in it from libya so we need to put things in context they're saying the situation is getting better but which countries are your people the people who work for you which countries are they dealing with when it comes to migrants in tripoli thank you just to clarify the situation is not getting better less people arriving in europe does not mean that the situation is getting better for the migrants or for libya what i'm saying that it is
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a reduction in number and when we talk about libya for example as an indicator i mean libya last year returned to nineteen thousand three hundred seventy migrants back to their home countries and those migrants were from thirty five nationalities so that's why i would not limit the numbers or nationalities to a few countries can prosecution of arguably entrepreneurial people traffickers replace the more fundamental problem that libya needs a political government i know you urge the prosecution of people traffickers now definitely a strong central government that can be able to implement more strict measures against smugglers or to human rights violators in a huge country like libya also controlling the border city and the country is a very difficult dusk and that's why without the elections a strong central government those challenges will continue to exist given the size of the country and the expansion and inclusion of power of the trafficking into it
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in the. nato i think many people believe destroyed that country one of the richest in africa the richest per capita in africa is nato now providing your organization with ships and vessels to rescue save the children that you are helping is nato helping you know the argument got me to destroy the country or not again i'm not going to position to comment on guard or to talk about it or stop me about the humanitarian side nor we are i understand that but i. think you would need to but are nato not helping you know i do and does not work with need to when you. and just to get things in perspective do you see on the coast your people see law and order now breaking down on the coast or things getting better now because if you have any because god's increased we see only last week that he been cause gas brought back or intercepted two thousand migrants. what is unfortunate from our side but all those migrants returned back to libya goes automatically to detention
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and this is something that we really need to work to work on and try to stop in the meantime we try to support migrants on disembarkation one of them on the way to detention trying to provide the needed support i understand you're not allowed to be political per se but of course the interior minister of italy this is obviously has been in libya he advised the creation of migrant reception centers what's your feeling about that now when we talk about migrant reception centers that are a few questions that we need to answer first delegation second who will be allowed into centers who will be accommodated into centers for how long and what is the future perspective because there is no guarantee that everybody goes to a center will have the opportunity let's say for a settlement but that's not really the issue according to the government there in libya in tripoli i know there quite a few governments in libya at the moment libyan leaders are just say they don't
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want them there rejected reserving he didn't they now this proposal i believe has been discussed with several countries and as far as i know based to my knowledge limited knowledge i would say i'm not aware of any country who accepted to have centers so far. yeah in that region is it really the business of other countries shouldn't it be the libyan government that decides all this in libya it's definitely been responsibility answering to of the country to decide what happens within their borders but we cannot blame libya for the whole migration issue and the whole responsibility for all the migrants in the country let us not forget that media has more than one hundred sixty thousand displaced people people in libya many of them are returning back to their areas of origin their deal with it where support another challenge is the distorting basic services doll production so there are huge challenges that libya is facing now and it's unfair to say that it's libya
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as a responsibility to deal with the migration issue yeah you mention oil of course libya has the sweetest crude oil doesn't it it's a rich country but on can about conditions on the ground there your people seeing i mean we're getting reports here of slave trading torture and basically concentration camp conditions on the i mean there are reception centers but in these camps yes in libya there are formal centers under demolition of interior and there are the informal gathering points that are used as smuggling hubs where the smugglers and traffickers bring people together as part of the smuggling process. and we believe that the situation is definitely i'm except a bit with overcrowded centers at both sides that does not meet that minimum unitarians numbers we know the european union has come under attack for a defacto bribe to turkey to take in refugees from yemen and from syria is the e.u. helping in creating safe routes for gen.


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