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extraordinary and everybody supports the world cup there is no nobody angry with it nobody you know nobody does granted so it's been a wonderful thing for us and people enjoy it as much as our guests absolutely and and so going forward as well is it a case of this will have an impact on how despite international relations the high level but on the lower level do you think it's helped people understand each other across the world better baby absolutely yes there is a lot of a lot of contacts. i mean to to understand the country need to personally be there not to read about it. but close it will certainly cause an influx of tourism we expect to our tourism industry too to grow indefinitely over the coming months because most of the people who have been here said that they would like to come back and that's the probably the best result of our work absolutely when we talked before you said about tangible benefits and the material benefits i mean sybase of those going forward it looks positive for russia that it's not only the words of the tangible legacy which is not only stadiums and small stadiums but airports road
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roads stations hospitals hotels but it's also the people the atmosphere the. the you the mood in the society. around football about sports in general. and also a lot of experts and football that this world cup will will produce and you said you mentioned there as well about the stadiums as well we've got first class stadiums and everybody from the world has been able to enjoy that is do you think that will create a lasting legacy will boost russian football and absolutely know a new a new venue always. results in fifty percent increase that of in attendance and i just hope it will be an exception maybe even beat the statistics a little. we see how pleasurable it is for russian fans to come to new stadiums to enjoy new infrastructure. now the it's up to the clubs to to use it properly to use it prudently into. to commercialise or whatever has been built by the country and
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that can only benefit the national team contacts of the clubs that provide with players for the national team their futures looking good for russia and so let's look at some of the football aside from the board i have a national team what other teams have surprised you at the wellcome call there there has been quite some surprises i mean we have well regret that germany went a little soon home i mean spain was a surprise and i think many people expected it to last. longer than in the start of that we're happy that it's our team that send them home but so. actually croatia is a bit of a surprise because. civil absolute the first time that their country has made it so far in the tournament so we'll see how well they perform today so the matches that you've seen at the many that stand out in your memory well certainly it's the. it's all russian team matches and then it's. one of the best matches i've seen there's
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spain portugal maybe it was one of the first they gave a lot of impressions but it was on the second day of the tournament but it was a great match. so if you if i'd said to you five years ago when we stood we were at b.h.p. russia twenty eight and we sat and talked about all the negative things that people were talking about we said how russia was going to tackle back in terms of i said about it was said if i'm to get propaganda in the sense that issues are at the edge races and so forth in terms of the social issues do you think the russians address those it's got dismissed some of those issues i think it's great that during the competition nobody wants to talk about that things that's what we've witnessed over the past months nobody's talking about anything negative. that means that this world cup has been very good very successful for everybody. i mean all these things are. passed nobody intends to talk about them right now there is there hasn't been a single security incident there. hasn't been
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a single racism incident during the world cup special exactly we promised so as that five years ago if you look back at that looking forward now and you've seen how it's all panned that are you happy see yes i am happy. it's a dream come true. it's a little sad that it's all over now it's eighty years of work for me and my colleagues but. something else is coming possibly i just find one question then the next before we got it it is the final now it is france against croatia could you have predicted that and what would you how do you think it's going to play out knowing that we're never predict where you are the organizers where you would predict that every team is an equal position and that the strongest winds with gusts for the best prediction that we can have that's very diplomatic and in the end it's always true next is there a king thank you very much into thinking you know back to you in the stadium thanks katie long eight years of preparation going into that good interview thanks for that well we can only guess the emotions those players gearing up for today's final
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are going through right now but one for tugger first got a real close up idea of the thrill the experience when they hit the back of that. will be a cold. one month you could school the second go round the corner flag and i saw him heading towards me i grabbed my second camera which was just a way to get the players started running to move closer and i had to lean back because they were right about me plays a right from the start of piling up my fell down but i managed to keep the camera aimed to give use unique shots although i was under
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a pyramid of play. to . still insists. it's. just so. i think more doogan is an outstanding person because he took on the most powerful agency in this county for you and me to stay if you look at it from the analogy. marc was the day that when he was five.
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into russia political. men they know bad wolf. two thirty eight this sunday afternoon here in moscow welcome back well let's turn away from the football a little bit now to more global news of the week that was donald trump touched down
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in brussels for a nato summit this week and judging by the fallout since he ruffled a lot of feathers on the way. we're not going to tell you know you got to see paying your bills united states. the president to ump. turkish. and europe america up to show you your life after all you don't have the money we do have a lot of allies we should not take it is your take is it. was your. right what was speaking about thirteen twenty fourteen nato members agreed to spend two percent of g.d.p. on defense by twenty twenty four only five states are pretty much anywhere near reaching greece's stonie of the u.k. poland rumania political activist david swanson believes america's allies are showing great patience in the face of trump's course. when president trump says you
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spend more on weapons and more on nato or nato will scale back and nato will pull out and nato won't be here that the correct answer from europe is yes please thank you get out this is not a european invention this is a tool of u.s. domination when donald trump was shocked by how many u.s. troops there were in germany the answer from germany and from nato and from the world should have been get them out get them out of germany meanwhile now he knows that germany is still occupied by tens of thousands of u.s. troops for the past seventy years and claims that germany is is a servant controlled by russia it don't try to make sense of it it doesn't make sense we've you know we've we've got a drop that enterprise has or gas just mentioned there don't trouble also took a swipe at berlin over a major gas pipeline and for germany they really say
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when germany makes a mess of oil and gas deal with russia where you're supposed to be guarding against russia germany goes out and pays billions and billions of dollars a year to russia so we're protecting germany we're protecting friends we're taking a vote of these countries and numerous of the countries go out and make a pipeline deal with russia where they're paying billions of dollars into the coffers of russia just to explain what's being spoken about their the pipeline project to trump was talking about is the north stream to project it is planned to be a direct gas supply route from russia to germany that will run under the baltic sea it has come under fire from washington on many occasions at the nato summit this week donald trump even went so far as to say germany had effectively lost its sovereignty because of the pipeline russian foreign minister sergei lavrov commented on the remarks. i always believed in free competition because free market
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is about fear competition and when the united states where your friends are genius the period said that the north stream pipeline must be stopped and those european countries whose companies would be participating in this project would be sanctioned by the united states because because the united states use for competition in russia what they read there would guess is supposed to be war standard you're more critical american guess then i'm all for the story but this is not because i mean this is not competition this is a pure ideology well after brussels donald trump's next stop was the u.k. on his first official visit there as u.s. president murat guess the of examines if that country's special relationship the test of time. 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
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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
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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 they hate ok trump did slap britain and europe with painful tariffs and steal an island minium and mrs 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. 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 trump torpedoes it but come on
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you couldn't have been alone britain's always been there for the states donald trump. undermined progress towards normalization of relationships with i have been very clear in a number of conversations with the president of the united states about the belief that 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 they're back here 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 choose the e.u.
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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 food. and i said putin may be the easiest of the more you never know but i'm going to a pretty hot spot right now with a lot of rest a lot of resignations problem on just not saying it's easier to talk to putin then to you our allies but they go how's that for friends it's like the phrase goes with friends like these who needs enemies. from what we saw this week for some of the u.k. terms visit wasn't a welcome one to say the least. i
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believe that the people in the u.k. scotland ireland i think that those people. 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 and 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 terms of great the highest levels of special yesterday had breakfast lunch and dinner with their top an excellent discussion here it's really
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something very special it was something something very special this incredible woman right here she's ace a very smart very tough very capable person broadest deepest and most defiant security cooperation special relationship i think prime minister made for her partnership pressure relationship have a lot of respect for the prime minister 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 is 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 those are the nations so a lot of people don't get them but it'll definitely be for the 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 so we have it to be like that we record when we deal with. big news.
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i think there is a real problem at the moment and behind the scenes clearly diplomats from both sides digging around. trying to reassure. the media. that the still ok because from the i think it's very serious what. we're going to tie up to the president of the u.s. president. hopeful interview with. the british prime minister and what's meant to be a special relationship the tour is not over yet president trump is set to meet with love in europe hooten in the finnish capitol hill. what occurred in brussels on the u.k. there are already rallies against the american leader. israel has launched its most devastating earth strikes against hamas militants since twenty fourteen forty military facilities were targeted right across gaza the raids
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began early on saturday in response to bomb laden being flown into israel is really defense forces then stepped up the operation after hamas fired rockets over the border the violence has reportedly left twelve palestinians on three israelis wounded hind is in gaza for us i am now fifty meters away from the target the israeli forces targeted with four air strikes and as you see this playground it's 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 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 basis. it's 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
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this building are severely damaged there are a lot of airstrike still going and we just heard another huge explosion. it's as collating tell now there are no information about any as he has fire agreements say believe me a member of the candidate stated that they are going to continue targeting and attacking gaza strip but they're not willing to occupy gaza strip you know what's your reaction to what is occurring of course including from the israeli prime minister who warned hamas against its sanctions. polis is clear her hurts us will hit them with great strength this is what we did yesterday the idea of delta hamas the harshest blows and so peroration productive i hope that they got the message if
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not they will get it late to the latest confrontation occurred after a fifteen year old palestinian boy was shot dead on friday during riots on the israel border and i.d.f. soldier was also injured. during. the. the. was. on friday the us justice department charged twelve russians with hiking offenses as part of an investigation led by special counsel robert miller those charges are said to be members of russian military intelligence and they're accused of hacking democratic party e-mails on hillary clinton's presidential campaign however the justice department said there is no evidence that the hocking influence the outcome of the election. well moscow claims the it was time to cast
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the shadow on monday's summit coming up between presidents trump and put and it's not alone in its concerns either donal quarter explains was a mixed moment in u.s. history as the u.k. rolled out the red carpet for president trump officials back home indicted twelve russians for allegedly election hacking but so far the f.b.i. hasn't had the best track record of looking at the hard facts of this investigation then did the d.n.c. provide access for to the f.b.i. for your you're a technical folks to review what happened. we never got direct access to the machines themselves instead they've been taking all of their information from a third party crowd strike cyber security was the company hired by the d.n.c. to look into suspected hacking of its systems but the thing is the d.n.c.
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never granted the f.b.i. direct access to its physical servers and that's raised questions over the thoroughness of the investigation you did see never turn the server over to law enforcement if you're investigating either from a law enforcement or from an intelligence standpoint that hacking by foreign hostile government would you want to serve or wouldn't that help you number one identify who the attacker was if they had turned the server over to either you or director komi maybe we would have no more so i guess what i'm asking you is why would the victim of a crime not turn over a server to the intelligence community or to law enforcement but that's not the only strange part of the whole situation the f.b.i. claims that those indicted are russian intelligence officers which means there's almost no chance they'd come to the u.s. for a trial with no one to defend them it seems almost like an assured victory for mahler
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one that leaves many questions still unanswered it looks to me as if our f.b.i. our department of justice even under president donald trump remains politicized and hostile to the trump administration so i did something this serious involving allegations that are this profound you'd like to believe that our department of justice or was acting above the law without partisan interests one way or another and this certainly seems staged to me and the timing of these indictments couldn't have been more convenient they come in the lead up to a highly anticipated summit between donald trump and vladimir putin democrats have already started to demand the meeting be. canceled saying it would be an insult to democracy but the white house says the summit is still good to go so at any rate well just have to see which side will get its way if you're the victim of a crime why would you not want to hand the evidence over to the police the fact of the matter is the company they had doing their security as though it was
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a politically biased company that was involved involved in all sorts of things to say another thing so it is a it is a big question but the other big question really is the timing but once again we have an indictment on a friday before a weekend but not just any weekend this is the weekend before the much anticipated called truth and summit of the political implications of dropping the indictments to poison the waters in advance of the trumpet and summit this is clearly the work of the u.s. state live from moscow this is our team international join me in just a matter of minutes as we continue a buildup to the biggest sporting spectacle of the year the world.
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welcome to max keiser. looking forward that's no doubt. yanks this is what happens to pensions in britain delegates. watched as a report. are you.
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going to tell me we can see that in the future by you. as your family leave you. in the. north and you will many possibilities but where will you move to feel. what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have it's crazy. let it be an arms race is on very dramatic developments only hastily and. i don't see how that strategy will be successful very critical.
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we'll. see.
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thirty two days sixty three games on six hundred ninety minutes of football but there's still much to go either from or croatia will be world cup champions in just a matter of hours here in moscow on the well they're ready to. go. away from the pitch among the biggest of the week's news stories doubled from pressures nato allies for more money in brussels and then heads to britain on his first official visit there is u.s. president courting controversy and being met with protests wherever he sets.


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