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tv   Cross Talk  RT  April 26, 2018 12:00am-12:31am EDT

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but i said i goes into libya supporting hooligans. the innocent even if you've been asked the rebel death of us me the the eight. presidents of the fish and to buy the farm in the scales of acim. says they gave him some of the difference between a gospel and. kind of a thing of only you know if i got all i made out the law of the but there were ten years ago lots they come and why don't the same be difficult so let me see them last night so if they want to. vote out how many of the vote on the some of you have a limit on the cost of honest things going on a sexual scout family and we sample moscow this is the most likely but i think it's a phenomenon that seems like it's one of the only. people who become a forest honestly don't know if you think. that's going to last. steve i got nobody
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doubts among them this last one let us alone the. second i'm going to get them off the meineke family saying if get in last you know it's a confluence of the bodies must. not only do this the others like i actually so think i'm one of the things you got to psych. of the we don't have them we don't. one of the thirty no no if this is. just a loss. of fifty on a tax on some of this. new mexico thought i'm not going to keep. see the visible of this parking about three months and cost also some almost on a ferry monofilament i brought
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a bunch of. rivalry between the fans of two athens based clubs libya and panathinaikos has become a war of attrition that has raged for decades the conflict has seen dozens of young greeks mutilated and even killed. every ounce and still be provoked street fights in southern europe the fair play rules between hooligans are really observed the way motorcycle helmets fight with sticks still roads and often nights to. be unique or that are the mists of most of their own almost the last of their own what they mean is that the name mosques they love are now going to they will send our source for the if they're the one you know. well you because you want to cause . any bad you wanna hear my long talk or not. this they will do that some of this
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fourth day off that all me source want to ask them what they say i love that what they have from what i want they see how much i learn catherine give us order. to lift those to be midnight. so listen yes they only are and i'm so let me see what i'm interested in. your list i'll make them one of them on this but i missed you but oh yes the lord want to sit on. a limb bianca's fans have been banned for the team's next two. games. but even though no spectators will be able to attend the next match that doesn't mean there will be no fighting to live because hooligans are scouring the city in search of
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rival groups two hours before kickoff sculpture for finding twenty odd person i call schools. a group of reds immediately sets off the location finding anything they could use as a weapon close to her. it's the threat of violence and the potential for fire that is where the adrenaline comes. in the attraction for the hooligan coach for many is the fact that it's a match taping 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 thing. for boys in extreme poverty have always been linked because football provides a very good recruiting ground for these people because you go to groups and working class lads together. so it's easy to spread that message easy to find in and like
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minded individuals my view my personal view is that the country everyone needs to 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 as face it. in july twenty seventh son of a freelance journalist watching was on. militant shelling in syria. on issues such a focus has established a memorial they will recognize will reporters who often risked their months with the sake of the truth comes through that. you can submit to your published works in the video all written form to a window on t.v. don't come into now.
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look at the blockade in the animosity for fifty almost sixty years did it change the regime in cuba no the last administration realized that the majority of cuban americans wanted normalizations the normalised and when you normalize you can talk . and i want to tell you from my experience in cuba when the united states you sugar instead of a hammer things change in cuba in the way that the united states wanted it.
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a 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. or. very. brave yeah. i just heard my name drop everyone's gun forms for you. it's a game of one hundred very trying to. visit a class on game i did some in chicago. 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 one of the few who aren't afraid to show their faces. because if you can specify a gun that we're talking about this is this if khaled and i was and we were. gob cyclists mean to go they going and they were annoyed side of us and we had
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a good 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 collapse and that is when saddam going on and when or if i'd just been just on the outside it's not and. we were i learned that if you were on the fence in the full force and so in our cars. and on the cement i was in talk i was committed to stein adults in the as much time it was missing and that being somebody of some children doesn't this fall so the as to close a few sports league i worried we could muster up that disfigures on this from the second i jeff ament ok then he buys. another saw and i was what i became on this decision was wrong and i just if you lose this is a strong grievance stylists. side and side a practitioner can decide if i knew it up we took him from us this awesome odds are one of the dots on come. rich angst will not under scrutiny just screw it all and then i'll be shown for jobs on both mr nice or to gain loss and this is
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named on the sign lol fine for me and infirmed. good on hollis for the start. he just bought a stunning vendor or to give it to a few or. if folks are. doing so and all stop wants to. vendor. will be. on the side. providing a lot and so forth can do a blitz and it was. so depending god is fully on soldiering kalu coffee in. the slot and will randomly say listen going to pop tarts and some fleece lloyd
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a mill wouldn't. you also wish with the knowledge in the senior line you watched my lord you can live on the phone in the months of john mcphee lloyd the one which in which you fly on monday to fly into the building supply you don't do you know develops a from you here on. the shelf in his or her suit even a good muslim on shin to show circumvent a slit in. the marsh lot is fun but it would class on my show assistant on so many. constant weekends. really puts a. real slug honeywell sorted. out for them looking like again
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you know one of the people want to give all those school to me about. a month before the steward got game good 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 in a why which is as anonymous as i can be and the secret is they 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
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most violent the most well trained. and it becomes like almost. a commonplace thing to feed in gothenburg the main bridge in gothenburg right here and it's well located because you can see it whenever you travel the main bridge will see the painting you know. for example what will happen if. 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
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a battalion run much itself but will depends on the much also on the type of fight the ticket yet in so. hopefully will get a fight got under the are very big give rivals to loss 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 fights. close. oh. good luck to you.
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when you're in the fight when you're in doubt so when it's hard to explain how you feel about it but it's on the other bill ross. kremlin or rage briefing at all the most is mixed up in one. place really much no. it's a problem since we don't they don't deal with going on the lawn toilets. really
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can't understand it because they know we have a room so you know sweden scene is 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 to do a crawl called orbison polling or something i mean to be killing each other over there we didn't want to. vote so far or killed so yeah it's. nice every us is a frightful 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 i know sometimes my teeth of course some of us don't but if a fifty mix or perhaps. because
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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. what you mean for the field so that. if.
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something was also done. on a false then you can make out the you can implement. it even then it can make a. mess of you but. if they still run but. also you have a proof enough they can use obama care isn't just a little. i would draw under way in a fight a really beautiful. game. of course they want to keep to me. and i want to follow up to be adults family for a job. for me and my kids don't want to be all that if it's between being
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a predator or prey of course i want them to be for this and not print. oh oh. i'm. moving in islam 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 it's still news proves that they haven't solved the never solved another never solved.
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elliston is getting international recognition with the help of israel at least in the world of sousa's the middle fiddlesticks miss it to me feel like you know. this is my complicity is going on the saudi home maybe. you know john you know nothing else. the only palestinians is gets the most helpful is to loosen counterparts i don't think there's a lot of those who in the world and those who question the know only could do this . and that's the sell off just that it's got this lady of the most of the i'm going to compete in the doesn't seem to do more. don't piss off.
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folks from all walks of life from all points of the globe. is it just the wharfs the size of anything else with it. but also. so the guard is just the latest to get. to the big black hole. saudi arabia's warns that its government faces collapse unless it starts backing u.s. operations in syria. french leader a manual mccraw that maneuvers between pleasing europe and donald trump on the iran
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deal during his address to the us congress. this agreement. may know that. we should not abandon it without having some see substantial and more substantial new set. for extremists and alleged a bodyguard of osama bin laden is found to have been collecting benefits in germany for over two decades. and russia's defense ministry displays fragments of missiles it says the syrian government intercepted during the recent western strikes the us claimed all of its missiles hit their targets. are broadcasting on their record studios in moscow this is our two international sean thomas certainly glad to have you with us. now saudi arabia's foreign minister
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has warned the qatari government that it could collapse if it does not start lending support to the u.s. military in syria could start should finance the u.s. military presence in syria and send its own military forces there before the u.s. president lifts american protection for qatar. if the u.s. is to withdraw its protection represented by its military base in then the regime then within less than a week this comes as we've heard different words from trump basically giving the impression he's still making up his mind about whether or not to withdraw u.s. forces from syria he's been talking about it for him in terms of very soon relatively soon it's not exactly clear now we did hear trump say that if saudi arabia wants the usa to maintain a military presence in syria but they should help pay for it they will be making a decision very quickly in coup warden issue with others in the area as to what
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we'll do saudi arabia. is very interested no decision and i said well do you want us to say maybe you can have to pay so now we hear the foreign minister of saudi arabia saying that there are regional rival we are must share the burden of the fighting in syria or else there could be some rather harsh consequences it's interesting to note yesterday tuesday donald trump was at the white house as speaking with the french president mccraw on and he seemed to indicate that there were other countries that had been approached by the united states about increasing their role in syria financially as well as merit militarily there is talk of the prospects of an arab coalition in the works for syria now this is certainly not the first point of disagreement between qatar and saudi arabia folks recall over a year ago there was a falling out between the two countries in that resulted in a number of countries cutting off diplomatic relations with qatar saudi arabia and
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during that spat we heard that donald trump unprecedentedly accusing qatar of funding terrorism. said that they absolutely are not funding terrorism in that statement from trump was simply inaccurate so now we've heard these very very dramatic words from saudi arabia's foreign minister who are waiting to see what comes next well security analyst and former british army officer charles troubridge told r.t. that any gulf states sending troops into syria would be breaking the law. well a lot depends on the difference of course between what is being stated quite grandly by various politicians and leaders and what actually may actually turn out to happen on the ground let's not forget that this would be an occupation force because syria of course is a sovereign entity certainly the recognized government of syria has not invited these other countries from the g.c.c. the gulf cooperation council states to come and join in any action or any military
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operations inside syria itself let's not forget sad president assad and his forces are winning the war in syria and almost certainly at some stage those that then replace american troops may well end up in combat against syrian forces and possibly also russian forces and those countries will be keen to avoid that i suspect. french president has concluded a three day trip to washington by addressing the u.s. congress where he got a warm welcome from makers. best. the president of the french republic. spoken of the special bond between the two countries and a lengthy speech full of historical references. friends spots is created in the story of this great nation from the very beginning.
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that. transport ourselves to the past french philosopher evolve. and benjamin franklin george washington for america and france that's a good song of the united states. income simone de beauvoir martin luther king president the results from thomas jefferson to hemingway's novel novels this is this very special relationship this is this. well along with all those historical references there was some policy discussed most importantly the iran deal now the media has portrayed a trump and relationship as a bromance so to speak comparing it to the infamous bush blair bromance of the early two thousand but that could definitely be a mischaracterization considering that mccrone took some positions that were totally out of line with trost policies including expressing support for the paris
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climate agreement using the phrase make the planet great again which is in stark contrast to make america great again slogan now mccraw was a bit more ambiguous regarding the j c p o way or the iran deal calling for a more comprehensive deal while reiterating that france would not be abandoning the twenty fifteen agreement for a number of months i've been saying it was not a sufficient but it will enable us at least until twenty twenty five going to have some control over their nuclear activities here. we therefore wish to work on a new deal with iran. we signed it at the initiative of the united states. we signed it boasts the united states and france that is why we cannot say we should get rid of it like that france will not leave the g.c. purely because we signed. macross explanation today seem to be
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a reaction to backlash from the e.u. and again mccrone did clarify that then the sesame of the agreement outweighs washington's concerns and he urged other signatories to stick with the deal until there's a better one but mccrone interim breaching consensus came as somewhat of a surprise to the other signatories especially considering that five hundred french british and german m.p.'s wrote a letter to u.s. congress asking them to support the deal saying that the concerns should be addressed separately and not within the context of the j.c. p.o. way which evidently is in direct conflict with the crown and trump sphere so the check out what the e.u. and russia had to say about it and what can happen in the future will seen the future but there is one deal existing it's working it needs to be preserved we are against the revision of these agreements and believe it's very counterproductive to de rail the longstanding international efforts will make sure that these agreements and shrines in the u.n. security council resolution weren't be violated trump has until may twelfth to
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decide what he's going to do but now that there seems to be some division amongst the members of the e.u. it's impossible to predict what exactly will happen as for all how all of this looks at from tehran a political analyst mostafa caution told us that although france and america might to be aligning on the iran deal the rest of europe does not want to go along . the trio nations in europe especially friends even more than germany and britain is trying to get closer to donald trump's aspirations and demands especially with regard to your hands not feel you should but the worst of europe is a standing against any intensification of problems and tensions with iran they just reject the demand by trio of european nations with regard to impose the in further sanctions on iran for its missile and regional activities so
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this shows the europe is not much willing to work with donald trump. the man who was once allegedly osama bin laden's body guard has been living on welfare in germany for more than twenty years with details here's artie's public even though some of the not him was killed in two thousand and eleven by u.s. special forces operation he was just the figurehead of the group and some of its members are still out there one of them it turns out has been living in germany for over twenty years now and he's been getting welfare payments to boot he's been named in the media as sami a he's itching mizzy a national and he's believed to have joined al qaida in afghanistan back in two thousand and illegibly worked as one of osama bin laden's bodyguards because he was already a german resident by that point he dented germany three years prior a need on a student.


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