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usually sets off the location finding anything they could use as a weapon close to. fix the threat of violence and the potential for violence that is where the adrenaline come. on in the attraction of the hooligan coach for many is the fact that it's unmatched aping it doesn't impact on the rest of the week. and in many cases you won't even see the guys you see at football during the working week because you come from all different places different take. for boy in extreme politics i've always been linked because football provides a very good recruiting ground for these people because you go to groups of working class lads together. so it's easy to spread that message easy to find in and like minded individuals my view my personal view is that the country everyone needs to
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be keeping an eye on in terms of hooliganism and racism is germany because of the immigration situation. i think there is a huge amount of anger in germany and it's festering because they have history has face it. for a world cup twenty eight team coverage we've signed one of the greatest goalkeepers of alternatives but there was one more question and by the way who's going to be our coach. guys i know you are nervous is a huge tournaments and a huge amount of pressure to come out you have to go meet the center of the football with you and we will show you all the great game the greatest good you are the rock at the back nobody gets past you we need you to get the ball going let's go. alone oh there's a war in europe and i'm really happy for drawing down to him for the two thousand
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and three and world cup in russia meet the special one come on drop of pressure needs to just write the reno biagi team's latest edition to make up a bigger certainly better jersey look. about your sudden passing i've only just learned you worry yourself in taking your last term. care act right up to you as we all knew it would i tell you i'm sorry for me i could so i write these last words in hopes to put to rest piece things that i never got off my chest. i remember when we first met my life turned on each breath. but then my feeling started to change you talked about more like it was again still some more fond of you those that didn't like to question our arc and i secretly promised to never be like him it said one does not leave a funeral the same as one enters my mind it's consumed with death this one quite
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different i speak to you now because there were no other takers. to claim that mainstream media has met its maker. i've been saying the numbers mean something they matter the us has over one trillion dollars in debt more than ten white collar crimes happen each day. eighty five percent of the global wealth you longs to be ultra rich eight point six percent market saw thirty percent rise last year some with four hundred to five hundred trades per second per second and bitcoin rose to twenty thousand dollars. china is building a two point one billion dollar a i industrial park but don't let the numbers overwhelm. the only numbers you need to remember is one in one business show you can't afford to miss the one and only
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boom bust. very few hours before the game the stuttgart hooligans and ultras gather in an informal club that only group members can enter not even the police can get in without a warrant. if you have. by just. having one scout forms for you. for not very trying to. visit a class on game i did some in stock. undress is a veteran who are going in stuttgart a distinguished member of the group he started fighting back in the eighty's he's
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one of the few who aren't afraid to show their faces. because if you can specify a gun we're excited about. this because khaled and i was and we were. gob cyclists mean to go they going and they were annoyed said it was a sin and we had taken that so we go in and overboard like this but then the high end up at us i would say oh this is what we can cops and that's. when saddam going on and when or if i just i'm just i'm on the outside it's not and. that if you're on the fence in the force and so in our cars and on the cement i was in talk i was made it much in the. missing and not being somebody of some children doesn't this fall so the as to close if was partially going to have worried me could muster up. as he was on this sunday's thing and i jumped him a tough kid and he buys my name my lingo my mother saw that i was i became on this decision was wrong and i just if he was this is
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a strong agreement stylists. side and side a practitioner can decide if i knew it up we took him first i says there are some models almost no doubt someone come. this is. good.
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so depending godlessness foil on children kalu coffee and. blood and will randomly say listen going to pop tarts and sound this noise a male wouldn't. also listen with the knowledge in the center line you watched one load it can live on the phone it months on me feel annoyed when what should what do you feel on monday to fly into the building supply you don't do you know develop so from your here on . the shelf in his or her food even a good muslim on hsin hsin circumvents live. to mush
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a lot is fun but i would class on my show sister in law in so many. homes today and we can't. really put it so i. will flock on one sort of. shots for them looking like you did you know one of the top school people to give all those school to me about. a month before the steward got game with german police visited the headquarters of one who can gang to interrogate its leaders they learn that a large fight was being planned ever since then all over the country police have watched fans and hooligans closely on match days. before with a cell phone now that he's in the internet to my contacts and they doing it in a y.
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which is as anonymous as i can be and as secret as i can make it. again the attraction is that excitement of planning stuff. about bullying it's about coming out on top it's about who is the bravest the maddest the most organized the most violent the most well trained. and it becomes like almost. commonplace to think of feet in from birth to the main bridge in gothenburg right here and it's well located because you can see it whenever you travel the main bridge painting you know. for example what will happen if.
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you know the city will come and try to think over it. of course that's a good they will have a reaction i live in iligan life twenty four seven adults. but of course extra matches if we have the shans to get a fight may be ill thought a bit higher up much itself but will depends on the match also on the type of fight that you can get in so. hopefully get a fight google under the are very big of rivals to last so we always want to get a shot to put them in the place. we don't have a good relationship with the cops of course to try to lock us up to try to stop our
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fights. close. oh. good luck to you. when you're in the fight when really tough so when it's hard to explain how you feel about it but it's on the other bill ross. crennel in oriya rage everything
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all the most is mixed up in one. place really much no. problem is a sweet and they don't deal with going on the ongoing it's. really can't understand it because they know we have a room see and also we've been seen as trying to exclude you know of course a key to reach out there in the fields but still be don't they don't overdo it when you knock down you know don't love stand stomping and jumping on people. and they know that a small set of i really don't get it. if you were to can one of them is all thing would have skated it would be nice to do today crawl cold or be some polling or something i mean movie killing each other over there wouldn't want to. vote so far or killed so yeah it's.
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nice every us is a fright it's a fight you know and you got to get punished if you get chicks and they are. you know when to fight then i mean sometimes it's kind of old to stuff yourself and i catch this guy you know sometimes my teeth of course want to stop and if a fancy mixer drops. by me i just leave because i never see this but i think. this is for me. it's. just. from six looks like it's. going to the sense that that's. a given for the field so that. it.
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becomes something i was most likely done. on a false and then you make up the you can implement. it even then it can make a. mess of people. and but. also you have the proof enough they can use obama care isn't just a little. i would draw
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under way enough i think it's a really beautiful. of course i want to treat for me. that i want to follow up to be about family for job. for me and my kids don't want to be all that if it's between being a predator or prey of course i want them to be pro-business and not print. oh. i'm. leaning in ism is a beast if you don't i mean evolves is constantly evolving but quite more happened in the future already that the fact that is still news proves that they haven't solved the never solved another never saw.
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elliston is getting international recognition with the help of israel at least in the world of zoos and middle finger sticks miss it to you like you know that this is my complicity is going on the sunday hall meetings you know john you know nothing's out of the ship the only palestinians is gets the most helpful is to respond counterparts i don't think there's a lot of those who under the vision of the only could do this. and
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that's the sell off enough that it's got to this lady of the most of the i don't you can compete in the doesn't seem to do more. the most awesome don't piss off. when the whole make its manufacture come sentenced to public wealth. when the ruling classes protect themselves. with the financial merry go round be the one percent. of the time doing the whole middle of the room sick. to lose any more you really. love and loss selling you on the idea that dropping bombs brings police to the chicken hawks forcing you to fight the battle of fake stuff the full new socks credit tell you
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that because of the public my file for the most important day. off advertising tells me you are not cool enough to buy their products. on the hawks that we along with our audience will watch. apply to many clubs over the years so i know the game inside out it's. football isn't only about what happens on the pitch for the funnel school it's about the passion from the fans it's the age of the super money just kill the narrowness and spending to get to the twenty million one player. book it's an experience like nothing else going to be true so i want to share what i think of what i know about the beautiful guy my great so well paul chimes for. the base this minute.
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los angeles the city of luxury and fame but also an alarming number of people living in the streets. the simple fact in l.a. is there's just not enough shelter even if people on the streets right now decided to come in there's nowhere to come in it's been a struggle. and this man found his own response to the problem and constructed dozens of tiny homes for people in need of shelter when you have nothing in order to go. you know having something like this may as well be a castle but do the authorities accept such solution tiny house on a city parking space is not a solution your current someone wanted touring the site otherwise it will be a free for all and this is there a better alternative to end the homelessness crisis.
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oh yeah. this whole thing. donald trump hails his beautiful friendship with emmanuel mccrone at an intimate meeting with the french president of the white house but he disagreements between the two leaders remain. sophisticated a network of tunnels used by militants is uncovered beneath the syrian city of duma
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r.t. has exclusive video. russia's defense ministry display fragments of cruise missiles recovered after an assault by western countries on syria it says most of the smart missiles fired were intercepted by syria's aging defense system. and a liverpool football fan is left fighting for his life after being attacked by italian supporters ahead of a match in northern england to have been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder . by those wednesday two in the afternoon here in moscow money welcome to world news from our c.n.n. national a lot to get you to catch up on this hour as well first off donald trump's heaped praise on emanuel mccall at a meeting in the white house the two presidents met to discuss topics ranging from syria to the iran nuclear deal but it's that touchy feely friendship that's all over the headlines right now.
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mr president the old saying what a great relationship we have and they're actually correct it's not fake news finally it's not fake news so it's a great honor great on the gear but we do have a very special relationship and try to get that piece of. it piece we have to make them perfectly is perfect so it is really it is really great to be with you and your special right now a lot of the basis of recent unity between donald trump and french president mccraw on has been the recent attack on syria france and the united states along with the u.k. cooperated in the recent air strikes in syria now it seems pretty clear that mccrie on was hoping that this recent attack could kind of lay the basis for a continued cooperation between the united states and france kron has been
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referring to the united states as kind of a guarantor of contemporary multi-lateralism however when he brought this rhetoric up at the white house donald trump didn't seem quite eager to go along with it in the long run we need to bring peace want to make sure that syria does not become an enemy in the region we have spent seven trillion dollars in the middle east and we've got nothing for it nothing less than nothing so far as i'm concerned that difference and striking rebuff from trump is a little bit of a blow jim a cron especially when he himself bragged about the possibility that he had convinced donald trump to keep u.s. military forces in syria now donald trump says that that's not the case but mcclaren has been insisting that it's him who is responsible for convincing trump to keep a military presence in syria trump later went on to underline the fact that the united states will be leaving syria as soon as they can as far as syria's concerned
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i would love to get out i'd love to bring our incredible warriors back on. when it came to the iran deal just an hour before the press conference donald trump and the french president they were both very adamant in their positions that terrible being old should have never ever been made we could have made a good deal or a reasonable deal if the around it was a terrible deal we have to take it as a part of the broader picture which is security in the overall region it's insane it's ridiculous it should have never been made but we will be talking about it what we want to do is it contains iranian presence in the region and d.c. do its part of this fraud rather pick cannot get to be restarting anything they restart it they could have big problems bigger than they've ever had before and you can mark it down but after sitting down with the donald it seems the clown has changed his tune somewhat the people. and for a number of months i've been saying that this was not a sufficient do you but it will enable us at least until twenty twenty five to have
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some control over the nuclear activities we therefore wish to work on a new deal with iran mr president you were saying that it was no plan b. that the. iran deal was to be preserved no you were talking about a new deal with a boundary why did you change your mind. but basically when i said there was no plan b. i usually refer to the fact there is no plan it be it was about climate change rather than iran. what do you have as a bit there are options i don't see. what is the what ifs and i all your plan b. i don't have any plan b. for nuclear are against against iran thank you. thank you. thank you. did add some symbolism to the visit by presenting president trump with
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a tree from a first world war battlefield and the son. to the two leaders planting it in the white house garden gave the internet plenty of ammunition. so it's a great honor to take part there's a person he's veterans or they call witness trees that that lived through the war see around you have continued to grow. as the final militants of purged from the syrian city of duma kilometers of
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underground tunnels used by the rebels have been revealed he has exclusive video from the area that shows the vast network but how much more than just the necessities. they starved this they are asked to be moved around in our blood as you see these tunnels are massive they make out she's work on them as well as civilians that they wouldn't feed those who refused to work and you can see how big they are and how much they have in there is like a city beneath a city. we would be taken to the spot where the fighting with the and they would give as a matter fifteen minutes before it started they showed us how to act and huge
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issues the guy who told us what to do. would then disappear after that it all depended on luck before the fighting the used to tell us about you had these martyrs of jihad and about heroic death on the battlefield but other times they treated us like dogs. separately the russian defense ministry has displayed missile fragments recovered from syria they do the malfunction or fail to reach their target it was part of the launch by america the u.k. and france earlier this month let's get more on this now from marty's yarran are these fragments were shown during a media briefing was a couple of hours ago now what else was said that's right colin and well as you know we've been bombarded with two different versions of events of those strikes that hit syria in mid april and today the russian defense ministry really upped the ante by providing some actual tangible evidence of those missiles that it says were intercepted or simply malfunctioned and this is going to be an embarrassing
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development for the u.s. side which had lauded the success of those one hundred five as strikes which it said was were precise and overwhelming also dismissing any suggestions by russia that any of those missiles had been intercepted also insisting that the syrian air defense capabilities had been largely ineffective with the syrian missiles merely being fired into open air take a listen. with way over one hundred missiles they didn't shoot one down the equipment didn't work too well their equipment. they didn't shoot one you know you heard all the shots forty and then they shot fifty and there were no cause to do that no sure every single one hit its target so i think we can be quite confident and say that the u.s. side is not going to let this lie probably already crafting a response e-mail or response statement that i say as we speak the russian defense ministry also went into detail earlier about the targets of those one hundred five
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missiles twenty two. only twenty two of those one hundred five missiles actually hit their intended targets and it's been revealed at that that they actually hit civilian objects rather than the chemical supplies alleged chemical supplies the u.s. has been so persistent upon take a listen. just acute. some of the missiles didn't reach the targets apparently due to malfunction they were threat to civilians there in civilian buildings at the same time the logic of the u.s. u.k. and france in choosing the targets is unclear there were stockpiles of toxic agents there if they were hit by cruise missiles this could lead to widespread poisoning and if it was for damascus itself tens of thousands of people could have died. so this latest development is probably going to deal a blow to the u.s. presidency ego as well he had boasted so optimistically about the performance of his missed hours and after those strikes even for his popularity.


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