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i. have to say we just heard some sirens and police cars racing bikes i suspect they're on the way to a rest name for some criminal play acting in this much oh my god name was even given man of the match by fever and the thing is we need to have fee for looking at live the way he behaved in this game is confines any other way than disgraceful it really really annoys everyone who loves football and he looked like he was seriously on his way out of his life he was dying. but he was the next thing that would happen was he was going to be put on a stretcher put in an ambulance and we wouldn't see name again that that's the kind of play acting we're seeing at the moment we now must try and get rid of this play
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acting because we don't want that and the one thing that really annoys me here with this is that name checks so much attention so that means that all the kids in this world everybody thinks they might as a great play they see this and when i go and watch i have to an eight and ten eleven year old in my house i go and watch them play and you know what that's how they do every time they fall foul they look like and it's not on this is not what we want in football if i had a name i would honestly throw it in the bin after watching the games and i think we saw the good the bad and definitely the ugly elf name genie today let's have a look and see how that name behaves on this one here and you know. that's see i tell you this now that's nothing wrong with him the referees don't want to know about it he goes back in on the pitch or a free says play on and watch what you know they mustered up walked on the pitch.
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it's not our want to see any of the other guys doing it no we don't. think this is going to start well i would be sending yourself quite a reputation even amongst the public now because we were talking about his play i think prior to this match we even put it to some of the fans to reproduce sort of name facial expressions and writhing in apparent agony this is what they made of it in your face like can. trick a try. but. he did it. all along. here all the albuquerque but i promise.
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if you're going to do this. that's. all. they've gone through on this side of the draw and tonight at nine o'clock belgium and japan they play and then of course we can talk about soldiering be in the. favorites they are there's no doubt about that but we have seen spring wants
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to live in surprises in this world but none you imagine brazil. with with the quality but belgium have the full support and they have a look a little less counselor's of the draw i mean not so much to notice right to the right for made us stronger here's why france personal side belgium. the let's just sort of finish the other side and it's really the switzerland for march and it's close versus the entrance of utah to russia for asia and then if i have to cyprus i would say maybe sweden. and then i hope for england but you know might set some hopes of been very bad has been a very open world cup and and this was one of these let is so exciting and we can even do a lot of japan because it's just been kind of competition. what
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politicians do something. they put themselves on the line they get accepted or rejected. so when you want to express injury. or somehow want to be that's. what's it like to be for us it's like a full spectrum or can't be good. i'm interested always in the waters about how.
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fast this should. back to the global news update here on r.t. international and mexico has witnessed a tick sonic shift in its political landscape with a left wing outsider claiming victory in sunday's presidential election but looks at the man who is set to take power and examine how his tenure could exacerbate tensions with mexico's northern neighbor. andray manual lopez obrador or i'm know for sure what the new and somewhat colorful president of mexico a real underdog whose party more and ended almost a century of rule by two of mexico's dominant political parties.
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and as is fashionable these days often justifiably i'm no exactly a fan of trump we have to convince and persuade those americans who are manipulated by don't trump the campaign of united states first or america first that's a fallacy it's nonsense. we have a respectful relationship with american government but we're not subordinate to the mexican people have been solved and put into question. the role this president and offended the mexicans that make our position was to reject the hate policy promoted by trump and his counselors when i say not of i mean he really doesn't like trump even wrote a book about it called trump or listen trump of course you can't have a proper election days without a little of the old russian meddling or at least someone complaining about it
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actually initial signs of it and the mexican. presidential campaign already has an aspect where we want to confront the behavior which was russia you know the russia . you know number of like around the world. from mexico. even in mexico to his credit. found that really funny. i'm just here watching the weather waiting for the russian submarine to come with my people and with gold from moscow his supporters even made a jacket for him with the word manual of which written on it get it. andrei manual manual of which sounds kind of russian to his credit he when war it would be it his dislike of trump his sense of humor or whatever else he swept this election preliminary results he got more than half the vote is rivals eating the dust.
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let's recover our greed is one of the mother cultures of the world. we are setting a precedent in history. there is a greed energy out there you can feel it it's great. to be fair he's had some practice it is third attempt at the presidency bit of a sore loser too when he lost the election two thousand and six he staged think inauguration party for himself never mind that good practice for the real thing congratulations mr manual of it landed near putin sent his regards. and the german interior minister is threatening to resign over chancellor angela merkel's immigration policies the whole four has been pushing for a tougher stance on asylum seekers german media suggest he wasn't pleased with the
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new deal struck by e.u. leaders to tackle the 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 c. office 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 felt that she had found this european solution after a two day summit that was held thursday and friday in brussels that was in the news summit that if he now seems as if the interior minister would disagree. we are sure
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that we have the right to me jewish and in the border was or does not open up we go and either we find a solution so that generic and beyond people feel that we are guided by values and they'd be 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's likely to lose support from within a party this is a particularly tense time for angle immokalee who is fighting for her political survival over what reaction from strong who's an m.p. for alternative for germany party it all was no party other than his will be keen to see new elections. as she self admitted that this is a very serious situation today fractions of c.d.o.
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a series of both parties will meet and they're discussing if this government will still be in charge afterwards and if yes with which personnel at the end of it government so it's a marital order or zero of the sort of situation is really very unclear what this clear and what is really a one hundred percent nobody and nobody wants a new elections because only the ultimate evil for those on the air the hour party would profit all other parties that would move. world we now see is that the end are how to how to stay on power light. on friday e.u. leaders managed to agree on a new strategy for tackling migration to the block it struck a deal that will see some member states do more to help the countries hardest hit by the influx this comes after weeks of political infighting triggered by the new
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italian government's hardline stance. and sister to trace 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 only those have the right to enter it's legal and it's their other posts they can go see in spain france malta and the netherlands. and it's going to be a very long night we should have a good dose of red. sox
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closer to the impossible to see for an agreement to stick we found. the only thing european states appear to have agreed on is to block people at the doorstep of europe regardless of how vulnerable they are all what horrors the a scape and measures that a few years ago were deemed unacceptable now are being common talk so do you think
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that the e.u. is. spelling down to the far right that's just not the program right and left the program is immigration. that you have. set for myself on a team here for this hour join us again next hour for the latest label news and the need football updates. for a world cup twenty eight team coverage we've signed one of the greatest goalkeepers of all time but there was one more question and by the way who's going to be our coach. guys i know you on the us he's a huge star among us and the huge amount of fresh camera you have to go meet the
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a plate for many clubs over the years so i know the game inside guides. 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 ija killian erroneous and spending surge of the twenty million one ply a. book it's an experience like nothing else on to because i want to share what i think what i know about the beautiful guy migrates a woman chimes with. and thinks it's going to take. welcome to sophie and co i'm sophie shevardnadze and it seems that the transatlantic unity of the west is cracking with trump facing off with europe over
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trade and diplomacy what's next for the historic allies well i asked. the former prime minister of france. european union his big willed it but he abrupt and surprising actions of the white house the sudden trade war only adds to the shock of america pulling out of the around deal with the transatlantic partnership in dire straits will brussels be forced to forge new continental alliances going to your asian partnership compensate for the lack of a western one you diplomatic network the global tempest. a class of all this former prime minister of france welcome to the show it's really great to have you with us. france has promised to remain committed to the iran nuclear deal and struggles along with germany u.k. russia and china to keep it alive is unique but what he was cutting air to european business in iran there's a little left to win for tehran for these deals so let's be realistic the deal has
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no chance to survive without the americans nor does it. we think that the nuclear deal must be saved because it is very important today to give iran a seat at the table with other nations or the international community needs iran and we have to make sure that iran not only participates in the community but also that it commits to denuclearization this is the french stance but since mr trump in a unilateral way and that for us means in a rather disagreeable way has chosen his path this means that we have to work on a deal that will be supported by the great powers that are committed to this common position notably russia china russia and germany. that's good day out on the other hand in early june iran has announced plans to renew the iranian enrichment this announcement doesn't breach iran's commitments in the twenty fifteen accord but it would certainly be a step toward further escalation. bluffing here to push europe towards more
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decisive action and maybe to hammer out more benefits from europe that would compensate for his play out. i understand that iran is shocked by this unilateral questioning of the deal that was signed by all parties this american stance has naturally created shock waves in iran which is understandable from here to choose the opposite direction i mean i would certain to nuclear arms is a path that we wanted to avoid because for us it is a threshold that we should not cross and you must take strong diplomatic action to be able to solicit support for iran from the countries who signed the deal in order to come back to the positions that were taken during the deal with the french president. satisfied with the discussion he had with vladimir putin in st petersburg on the subject again and we think that it is possible that france germany russia and china is asian arch can be called upon to show wisdom and stick
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to positions that strengthen the security of both the region and of the world. i'll say things that iran want restart nuclear enrichment is that it. we think if the diplomatic reaction is strong enough which is what i wish will happen we think that iran can remain on reasonable terms. so we are not as of today in a situation where we have reproaches to make towards iran in the present circumstances it is the us through the deal off balance and as of today it is imperative for the partners of the deal to speak up strongly enough to rebalance this deal and enable iran not to disrupt the existing balance of power by following a solitary path but instead we want to encourage iran to walk a common path which is a path towards peace. all the media is
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a set wearable commitments to the j c p a way what can the european three and france in particular offer iran to keep them interested in staying in the deal. what is truly important here is that we consider iran as a partner in their own right in the international community we have had several meetings in particular the iranian president's visit to paris where some deals were agreed upon and so i think that's a gather we have to read the synergy with the whole of the european community but obviously all this is naturally linked to the unacceptable stance taken by the united states especially regarding what we call extraterritoriality which results in the fact that french companies that work in iran are then penalized in the united states but all this creates huge issues in our transatlantic relations however we would like to send the message to iran that for us iran's place of the
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table in terms of international relations is a place that iran needed to come back to the negotiations to be able to start a dialogue with peace in mind and to not cause tense situations that can open the door it's a potential war they don't impress you said before that president putin and present cronje working together to salvage the iran deal could instantiations and here ups east frontier can macron do this while his russian policies are quite hostile there are sanctions accusations of election meddling cetera. i think that the relations between france and russia have been unsettled for the past number of years there were some mistakes from russia side but also from france aside so i think that there was between france and russia there has been a certain number of troubles in the last couple of years and i wholly approved when emmanuel mcconnell said from the very beginning of his mandate that. it was welcome
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in france and when he received him at the shuttle and when the talks were resumed as they were meant. i think that this relationship is currently very important and maybe the iran issue currently gives france and russia an opportunity to reassert a shared vision fundamentally we have difficult issues i'm referring to for example ukraine and of course syria and today the problem that is in front of us is that of iran and so we must give it priority and ensure that with this subject the relationship between france and russia. and then strengthens and that's again there it is possible to find common ground fell 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 challenge from my point of view the quality of our transatlantic relations this
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means that for europe its relations with the east are getting more and more strategic this is why i personally advocate with numerous friends here in paris that this group of four consisting of france germany russia and china that within this group of four our members play their part as the heart of the asian axis which can become a worldwide axis of stability where naturally every member has their own objectives and their own ambitions but what we see today is that there is. one country called the united states which is unpredictable and it is very difficult to try to build a future with unpredictable partners and this is why it's a day that east would rearrange ation of europe is a very strategic issue and this is tied directly with the improvement of relations between france and russia because though my klaus resume cran has recently said that g seven doesn't mind being six plus one hinting that the group will be fine
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without the us while it so far i mean we've seen most of the crucial european decisions being taken in compliance with the states. remove i think that any new order is being established and while we are at the very beginning of this new process which is a gradual deep shift it will take a bit of time but generally speaking we think that diplomacy and dialogue are the way towards peace and that it is neither via sanctions nor by exclusions that we will achieve peace there is a day we have very worried by the climate of insecurity that runs in the east of europe you see the uneasiness of the baltic countries the uneasiness of sweden where you uneasiness of poland but we also see russia's uneasiness with regards to nato expansion a certain number of uncertainties regarding nato so there is a situation that is not very reassuring them from this point of view i think it is
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necessary to work towards the security of the east of europe and that this is achieved a mutually trusting relationship especially between france germany and russia. just a year ago trump said that his personal friendship with the crown as well as state friendship between the two countries was unbreakable and two were planting a friendship train in washington all that what happened to this cordial relationship with a french president he instead to europe can drift away from the u.s. . president i think that the french president wanted to show in his relationship with mr trump that in democracy it is the people who are president just because we disagree with the president doesn't mean it's necessary to disagree with the people in the american people who were present a crucial points of our history as well as the russian people who played such an important part in our liberation during world war two and also we have very
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important history together which naturally president michael has particular attention to that you are but it goes without saying that there are numerous concerns about mr trump that are profoundly. magic for us when he plays with the children of migrants for the sake of opinion polls he takes these children hostage first saying that he will separate them from their parents then reuniting them again this gives the impression that when we talk about humanist vision founded especially on the importance of family which is essential to our culture there are a certain number of things going on that are unacceptable and when we see that we have a car factory that makes more than four hundred thousand cars in iran which is forced to close its doors under pressure from the americans there is currently in europe a certain weariness in the face of american pressure but we are not yet at the point of the great shift that i spoke off but i think that the intellectual and political infrastructure is now in place to prepare for
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a new vision of europe's future and more specifically that of a strong europe within a stable eurasia that is strong europe within a stable eurasia i think this is the destiny that is starting to emerge today and that mr trump is actually accelerating. that point because it will take a short break right now when we're back we'll continue talking to. the former prime minister of france discussing many other pressing issues e.u. and france in particular have to deal with stay with us.


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