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not as many celebrations as before a little anxious because everybody knows what has done this world cup when it comes to the big games they are never i'd have it months you could just proving that for it to come they scored two goals in the last fifteen minutes i'm not sure i'd bet against them we've been keeping a close eye on the world cup final fifteen minutes left to play in the russian capital. ok let's go back to some of our news will be coming in a night of sports news as it is an extremely busy day we've been talking about that summit which is ahead in a matter of hours on monday in helsinki the first official summit between donald trump and. it is his first official visit there as well as u.s. president let's take a look at what we may become expect from this summit routes guys the of examines
how the two countries much lauded relationship in fact this is the u.s. and the u.k. how it is going then we take a look at the summit itself proper after take a look. america and the u.k. have a special thing going special relationship they called it language culture values defense then came trump but surely he can't ruin it right the special relationship between the u.k. and the u.s. has been strong for many years we'll have opportunities to talk about a possible future trading relationship really remember barack obama when he came around they couldn't get enough of him everyone wanted to shake his hand and get a picture what a swell guy. trump
just doesn't have the charm it seems where barber was greeted with cheers and applause trump gets protests and outrage even a giant trump baby balloon and americans being told to avoid drawing attention to themselves be aware of your surroundings and exercise caution and expect to live in the vicinity of large gatherings keep a low profile. one would imagine a special relationship would be a little friendlier but what do we know to say hippa in this explosive and politically divided age of ours but why the hate ok trump did slap britain and europe with painful tariffs and steal an island minium and misses me
certainly wasn't happy about it expressed deep disappointment at the unjustified decision of the united states to apply terrorists to steal and i'm moving in and. it cannot be done by taking unilateral action against our partners then there was the whole iran mess so much effort years of work to get iran to verifiably stop pursuing nuclear weapons and then trumped torpedoes it but come on you couldn't have been alone britain's always been there for the states donald trump. undermined progress towards normalization of relations ships with i have been very clear in a number of conversations with the president of the united states about the belief of the united kingdom the j.c.t. away the nuclear deal with iran then there's the. maze of government and strategy are in shambles she needs friends the back and who better than the us
the people voted. to break it up so i would imagine that's what they'll do but maybe they're taking a little bit of a different route so i don't know that's what they voted for well that wasn't very helpful no trump did offer the u.k. a tariff free trade deal if it really did as the e.u. but goodness me there's very little that special in this relationship aside from how fast it's losing its specialness and on top of that trump being trump just had to rub salt in the wound i'm going to a few hot spots we have nato there we have the u.k. and then we have putin. and i said putin may be the easiest of the mall you never know but i'm going to a pretty hot spot right now with a lot of reza lot of resignations problem on just. saying it's easier to talk to
putin then you are allies but they go how's that for friends it's like the phrase goes with friends like these who needs enemies. right gaz the of all indeed for some others would argue many in the u.k. trumps visit wasn't the welcome one to sybil east. i believe that the people in the u.k. scotland ireland i think that those people they like me a lot. donald trump said he thinks he'd like to be in the u.k. do you think that's true that didn't you know. i don't know anybody that likes and i don't know anybody that wants him to come here we don't want to yeah it's not about five people in there oh in a tory government the rest of the country got a body. well.
let me. give our relationship in terms of grade the highest levels of special yesterday had breakfast lunch and dinner with their necks and discussion here really something very special there was something something very special this incredible woman right here she's ace a very smart very tough very capable person broadest deep base to most advance security cooperation special relationship i think prime minister may for her partnership special relationship have a lot of respect for the prime minister a long tradition of friendship collaboration i think she's a terrific woman i think she's doing a terrific job. i think the deal that she's striking is not what the people voted
on it was like the deal that was in the referendum and now they have a lot of resignation so a lot of people go right now but it'll definitely afraid to trade with the united states unfortunately in a negative way and. they didn't criticize the prime minister have a lot of respect for the prime minister from. fortunately we tend to record. stories now so we have it for your enjoyment that you'd like to quickly record when we deal with reporters fake news. i think there is a real problem at the moment i mean behind the scenes clearly diplomats from both sides of a roundtable be played trying to reassure governments and the media as well that things are still ok between the two countries but i think it's very serious what donald trump has done with a new it's absolutely without precedent to have a u.s.
president such a well known helpful interviewer to put it mildly about the british prime minister and what's meant to be a special relationship. yes or just to surmise president trump is set to meet with vladimir putin in the finnish capital health sinky on monday tomorrow what happened in brussels on the u.k. has been can see here the ready some rallies against the american leader ok we're back with more news after this short break. across europe municipalities are taking their water supply back from private companies to meet the people this is the simple song alone even some company elsewhere they invite private companies to take over the utilities anybody tell us . you got on the program because. this is. just because. of what you write above the lip brought up locals are ready to stand
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raids began early on saturday in response to flaming kites being flown into israel by protesters in the beleaguered territory is really defense forces then stepped up the operation after hamas fired rockets over the border in retaliation the violence has reportedly left twelve palestinians on three israelis wounded and he is in gaza for us. i am now fifty meters away from the last target the israeli forces targeted with four airstrikes and as you see this playground is more of a picnic people and families play here where this building was targeted with the floor and strikes is right he claims that this building was used to train a mass fighters and the palestinians claim that this is a place in the middle of the city where palestinian families come here as a picnic and this place is on daily bases filled with children and families and as you see there's a mosque right next to this building where all of the all the buildings next to
this building are severely damaged there are a lot of airstrike still going and we just heard another huge explosion. it's as collating tel no there are no information about any as he has fire agreements to be livni a member of the candidates it stated that they are going to continue targeting and attacking gaza strip but they're not willing to occupy gaza strip i mean all the israeli prime minister has issued a warning to hamas over it sanctions. opposes clear her hurts us we will hit them with great strength this is what we did yesterday the idea of delta hamas the harshest blows and so peroration protective i hope that they got the message if
not they will get to it later well the latest confrontation occurred after a fifteen year old palestinian boy was shot dead on friday during riots on the israel gaza border one i.d.f. soldier was also injured. after. the. the. the. ok let's just go back to the football where with a run five minutes left to go just get an update on the score it is france four courageous two that is how the game looks with a matter of minutes left to play it was two one going into the second half and then
they much vaunted jewel of paul pogba on killian and they making it for tomorrow months getting back at goal right before the seventy minute mark a these are scenes right in france they are going to have a lot to celebrate it looks like tonight in their country just minutes away from just their second world title unfortunately in zagreb the situation looking a little bit more dollar for the local funds there they were hoping they were in their first world cup final they were hoping to celebrate a first world cup title doesn't look to be going that way but there are still football to be played we'll keep you right up to date with the latest score from the luzhniki stadium in. moscow the world cup final for two fronts it's.
ok back to our news really from the week that was on right up in the moment developments as well you're watching r t international an award winning journalist who helped whistleblower edward snowden expose wrongdoing by america's national security agency came under attack at the beginning of the week for visiting russia he was here for a conference on fake news bringing us the details kill it might get. well glenn greenwald who is the famous journalist who exposed electronic surveillance in the united states using the documents of edward snowden revealed by edward snowden the whistleblower he is getting a lot of criticism at this point now he went to russia he attended a conference on cyber security at that conference he spoke on a panel related to the issue of fake news and then from there he went and did a t.v. interview with this network there's an obsession in the united states with viewing
russia not just as an adversary but as an oxe one to me it's permeated both political parties there's actually talk a lot now about how what they regard as the interference in the twenty six thousand election is similar to pearl harbor from there we saw a whole lot of media voices in the usa jump on glenn greenwald's simply for the fact that he gave this interview one commentator from m s n b c responded this way glenn greenwald choose his true colors as an agent of trump in moscow now we know why he hoped snowden defect comes who wiki leaks attack on democracy in chills for folks news he's deep in the kremlin pumpkins now a tweet from a media outlet associated with voice of america accuse glenn greenwald of quote voicing support for the government of russia in his interview now wiki leaks responded pointing out that at no point did mr greenwald voiced support for the russian government that was not anything he said in his interview at no point in
the interview did he make statements supporting the russian government so this tweet from a u.s. government media outlet voice of america was simply not correct now glenn greenwald is not the first individual to have been targeted this way and basically accused of all kinds of things simply for appearing on this network we saw that green party presidential candidate jill stein faced a similar allegation simply because she did interviews on r.t. and that she went to russia and met lattimer putin and. also seen in the recent in the aftermath of the passing away of edge scholtz we've seen similar statements and strange things made and allegations made in the obituaries in the reporting around his death so glenn greenwald has responded to those jumping on him for doing the interview saying that this is simply mccarthyism and it reminds people of the period in the united states in which guilt by association was very common and people were being accused of being disloyal and treasonous simply for meeting with somebody or giving an interview or shaking hands with someone glenn greenwald is
quick to jump on this as an example of kind of the hysterical atmosphere created around russia in the united states the subject of the interview he gave to r.t. . but there is this sense that russia is now and then me on par with al-qaeda or the japanese during world war two russia is often talked about this way in the sense that any kind of connection with or interaction with russia is viewed as inherently suspicious or even worse and. just enjoy this beautiful scene across central moscow one more five world cup final day one a day i want to game it is but you were into injury time five minutes of added time
of the moment look for the trophies going to france is france four go away sure. we've got a penalty we've got a hugely controversial vaal moment an own goal lots to talk about let's hand over live to mind just now and get the thoughts of josie marie. yes hello there thank you neal hello thank you nailed with the. we watching that game the very entertaining final intervention time and. france will be with the world champions yeah. they won and they had. a very good run until they get into the finals and today they want to sing. in a few minutes they're going to be world champions i sing the world will praise them for that. i will do that for sure i'm doing already seeing four million croatians twenty three croatian players as the coaching staff will be very very disappointed
because. of time the best team was losing and was losing because of. in my opinion and mistake of the concept of the i'm not saying he's not the penalty because there can be different opinions are wrong i'm saying that the concept of the. important mistakes of the referee and this was not one of these cases so really really does a point to do that in the second all of happened what we were expecting and then from this score the serve the ball in the fourth and just. a mistake of that i don't even call a mistake i call extra confidence because of the four one in the game over but croatia still playing until the end of great pride they were fantastic and they
deserve all the credit for what they did but. in football the realities. and france is the world champion twenty years off it's been a fantastic will cup and you would think that the final he would be a fitting climax to win it was wasn't it what's your assessment of the last month of football that we've watched you know i think. many many would seeing this happen i think the fact that. the biggest players in the world they didn't make it with that teams i think that's also the beauty and and the power of the icing. the v.a.r. gave a very good contribution when it was applied in the ride's sukkot stances i think crew issue fronts in the final seems the beginning was a good final was a really good final and i would like to see this second of starting with the one
one. not to be the two one and specially with one over goal that will be forever the final of the v.a. show j.j. we have to let you gave it a plane to catch thank you so much was a pleasure yes it was a human alice analysis here and i'll say i'm sure all of you still here you too will be
happy and think it's always been a pleasure thank you jason. so james i now liza's after a month of football a fabulous month so i have to say so many shocks and surprises but in the end it's in jay's eighty france they will be worthy winners it's just a matter of thirty seconds or so before the final whistle france for croatia see that's how it looks like it's going to end and with that one hundred back to moscow . thank you andrew yes and the players are starting to celebrate what eight seconds left on the clock the referees about to put the whistle to smile it is france for. a lot of people will say this was one of the greatest finals of all
time and there it is france are the champions twenty years exactly after they first won the trophy they lift the world cup trophy for a second time did a day sean will join exulted companies only the third person ever to win the world cup as
a player and as a manager and the french leader. exchanging. celebrations with those around you would be watching the game let's let's have a look what it means to the people in paris. they all wanted to win their legs back to to win and they got exactly what they wanted dreams come true in france a fourteen victory of a courageous highly entertaining march and what an s. what a scene it is there in paris. where you the long time for this six twenty years since the last try and how did they do
it but they did it in style they did it in the feeling i story much let it go through those goals for you and france to lead on eighteen minutes but it was actually courtesy of a gracious players merriman fluke which own goal as he went out from ahead away to set pace but only managed to get. i flick on it to divert it to besiege in the curation it looked like iran might have got it at first but no own goal months terrible start but they've fallen behind in all three of the knockout munchies to date they've shown a lot of character and spirit to come back in previous matches could they do it again yes they could on twenty eight minutes though he was one of the plays of the tournament for me this itch and this is third goal of this world cup twenty eighteen and russia and it was only beauty takes a touch with the right smashes it with his left people no chance fluoresce. looking to be back in the game celebrations in zagreb then came the very controversial
moment on thirty four minutes claims from france for a penalty claims that paris h. the man who just scored actually handball did it went to ball it took about three four minutes for the far team to make a decision but they gave it for that apparently parish explaining they claimed that he had. been broken into the net on thirty eight minutes to put france ahead to one still to play for as they went into the second half. of the outcome of the expensive player paul pogba getting france's goal and a slight element of luck today. coming to prague and he had one attempt it was law and the nice place to live is less. uncited there and able to slot on fifty nine minutes thirty one france at this point it looked like they had one hundred in the trophy still off and i want to play could get back into
a bulletin like it on sixty five minutes. we've been saying throughout this tournament he's the new superstar of world football. and he proved it with this. brilliant finish the area that much of that point but it was a world class strike from a world class striker there was a late call. solution go through a shoe that gave them something to chase the game in the final minutes and i'm seriously freakish go go laureus the french goalkeeper trying to dribble is why i asked mario month so you got it wrong and seek each one of these the skills of his career. is how it ended there would be no light come back for question for a fourth game in a row that would be extra time for a fourth game in a row but what a final and what a celebration for the french fans this is how they enjoyed those moments. i was
a very special month for roxy team as well because we've been bringing you the highlights and analysis with some of the greatest minds in the beautiful game and we put the shop with lots of colorful visitors let's take a more than a thought it looked back. welcome to you. coverage of the twenty eight thousand faithful well i know you're watching at home because. what else would you do right now the best to do in a never television presence. it's not easy your son was. very unlucky the last few days. bracing very english weather appear. to have been specially you know the weather personally. i. mean.
i wasn't as a political fan knows who. has been passed in england if you are an english person when talking about the both of you have to say it's coming oh yeah let's get stuff by. the way the cast was absolutely amazing. but he was even better than you. general of the supreme committee for deliberately legacy for the twenty twenty world cup. maybe for you. and my kid is my kid in spite of he looks older than me. i think.