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closely remind myself because i grew up in a completely different way. it's broad explorer, the sticks jewish in europe. the 2 port documentary starts july, 5th on dw. ah, me, 70 percent of the software is covered with ocean. and yet we often for you to take care of it damaging or fishing, or turning it into a dump, the rubbish. they only go india. let's look at some innovations that will help us heal our relationship with that ocean. hello, welcome funds that are the oceans already offer us solutions on how to
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cope with climate change. feed for example, is able to absorb carbon dioxide is also featured as a super food, a bio for, to live and has multiple other commercial uses. we visited the southern most people, india with see the farming has generated houses of jobs and is helping empower it's rural women. the loo concilium, to wit, none from a very early age about the potential for earning money from c. v. offer her father . her mother used to own cd fun to keep the family afloat ah monday, and i'm with because of this job that we were able to finish school fun on me and my brother's education, but we both graduated lead. see, the farming is
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a great opportunity for everyone. down to the sea shore will definitely on us a $1000.00 at la, resting and selling. while phoebe has long been a tradition of income supplement for people like a family here on india's south east coast. since the 1990, however, cv firm has taken on industrial purposes at the central solar marine chemical research institute scientists group on on teamed up with local fishermen to create a straightforward method for farming the camp in mind. and in monday, we focused mainly on technical development for the cultivation of economically important. see weeds that we developed, the 1st viable techniques of acres in india. it is the only cv commercially cultivated in the country. in india, the c v grows on bamboo routes that are floated a few meters onto the young plans that are attached in
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a series of rooms. and after taking root will grow by up to 60 centimeters a day. busy one at the same time, absorbing carbon dioxide. within a few weeks, they are ready for harvest. ah, and then the real money get 9, get money, gets a lot of money at 1st me check on this and see if it's when we bring emily right on the policy, if it's one rather one you don't get much. what about now, what we tried to multiply one reaction to fit what i saw on the, i'll talk about it a little bit deeper in the not very laquanda. the families here used to live primarily on fish, which was done by the men. a sufficient stalks dwindled. many people decided to leave home. and the reason large scale c. v fond, however, provided entirely new opportunities when we introduced us, even when we introduced commercials even called division in 2004. there are more than that. over $900.00 families had migrated from fuko de around and not to put
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them district editor data to secure their livelihood. but they've all sensitive done and started see we've got division back now they are enjoying a sound income of more than 20000 groupies. both both and bowman, batman percent, ah, the c v, harvested sold to companies based in the area being done produced in extract called got again, which is use what a variety of industrial products gelatin, for example, features in everything from suit taken to cosmetics and pharmaceuticals. but the see we can also be used as a fertilizer and for animal form i put here to global warming is having an impact. rising water temperatures in the area of being let the plans going off in most in 2013 stocks have a still to recover from the devastation. i love it on the dividend. the reason we
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saw increased mortality at the time because of climate change. if we had use the same material for more than 20 and then the growth stopped because we had vegetative production. we have gone down from the 2000 pounds a year to 300, let them. and we'll know what the water becomes, especially between in july gregory company and local font. so therefore looking for new ways of cultivating because among the more promising solutions is one seen in indonesia. there the pharma still further out to see where the water is cool and the feed grows better. but here in dumb and non there still waiting for government permission to relocate the crops, ah, global demand, just continue to run onto you to see the potential as
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a sustainable food source. ah, if you will. according to the 2019 s a order board, 55 percent more food production is required in india. but we are using only 5 percent of the c. and as far as india is concerned, we are using less than 0 point one percent of the c. v does. less than a form concilium to read is confident of being able to increase her income with the new farming methods me. i'm still bombing with all my heart, but i want to go and build my own house and not. and so i need to do this work you to me to over cutting, tell the families in time and not now live off cv and the women will soon be
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learning how to process the algae to providing another welcome stream of income to create pacific garbage patch is anything to go by? we've already made a mess in our oceans by dumping millions of tons of plastic. but what's been torn in can also be taken out and re used. at least that's what we're told in our next report. we're taking a look to see if that's really possible. saving the ocean by buying new recycle products. for example, with these brilliance arrived right now and at scale there's no such thing as recycling ocean. so if recycling ocean plastic actually doable, or is it just another allows the green washing method that companies do if you go shopping so they recycle products are literally everywhere. and the holy
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grail is recycled products from the ocean. coca cola love to use marine plastic for the marketing audio as well with the ocean or target sneaker. i mean these as really make me believe that i can save the ocean by drinking a coke or buying a new sneak. but once you start looking into, it isn't really that much collecting of actual ocean plastic going on the one plastic land in the ocean. you have a really hard time getting it out against even near the stuff. i'm sure you can deploy both that fish for plastic, but this is all very expensive. and relative to the millions of tons of plastic the are already in the ocean. most boats only retrieve 2 tons maximum per day.
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even projects best buy millions of dollars struggled. this to plus supposed to get rid of 90 percent of plastic in the ocean, but it didn't work and the focus was shifted to rivers. and that once you get the plastics out of the ocean, you will have dozens of different types of plastic to sort through. like the last fishing that professor gillian gack had tried to recycle for research project. this is pre sorted, but it's still a mess. we need to separate it further. we take the blue ones, we put blue on the left hand side. sorting these nets, according to their color is one thing, but they also need to be cut down to recycle them. these really won't give up easily,
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especially because ocean plastic has been degraded by salt and sunlight, so it loses a lot of it's original quality. next step would be get rid of dirt. even a tiny amount of sam see we'd or shells can make plastic non recyclable, round about 5 percent. every site that can work with. so if we give them the material to somebody who makes pallets out of it, they say not more than 5 percent per tooth. that's pretty clean. even when teen industrially, sand can still be found on a microscopic level. which is why a lot of cases products contain a mix of ocean plastic and other recycled material. the ocean plastic can only be a tiny, tiny fraction of this blend,
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but the adds still look like the news with all of these products are made with nylon from even the company markets. it's yard, like it's made from actual marine lists such as the scarlet fishing known as it goes. do you think that the market is made from it, which are made from our lips are made from both and there is literally no both damage products are very, very, very little less than a percent less than a per mill. maybe environmental scientist has been in contact with those several times about it's problematic messaging in an email, you told me that ocean plastic only represents a small part of this young. for our next recycling step, we had to use material prepared by professor gecko. otherwise we would have been
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cutting here for days. these plastic pallets have been turned into a letter opener. so this is their final soda. and after all these that you have just seen with us, you can imagine how expensive such are open are them in the end is i would say one down about 200 euro your pen made. it's really each step 10 which these products are made in the same price as non ocean plastic product to this only work by using very little plastic or plastic that hasn't actually been in the ocean right now. and that scale. there is no such thing as recycled, ocean plastic. this is roughly showing an international distributor for something
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called notion mount plastic. the term refers to plastic waste days found within 50 kilometers of coast lines and is likely to end up in the ocean. it's applies exclusively to countries with poor waste management systems. and when you think a little way, way deeper, you'll find a lot on companies, websites, land based ocean bound plastic. every well. let's look at prices puts on for the virgin plastic cost, $762.00 euros and recycled plastic goes for about $870.00 euros ocean. found plastic is around $920.00 zeros. this seems relatively affordable compared to the actual ocean. plastic, judging from the 200 euro letter opener. so production costs are likely to be much
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higher if real ocean plastic is used. there is no need for brands to overreach, their marketing, beyond what is such a powerful story of cleaning up our coastlines and supporting coastal communities. why do we have to pretend that it's actually coming out of the ocean instead of just saying what it is and delivering to customers on problems like us who marketed the oceans or ship sneaker as made from the actual ocean plastic when in fact ocean bound, plastic was used to produce the shoes. even smaller companies have difficulty proving whether plastic actually comes from. got back to germany, backpack, manufacturer, advertises its products as creates a trunk, actual ocean plastic. they use a network official men and women who collect plastic and by hatch. but as of now they haven't certified this step of production. so we don't really
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know if it's actual ocean plastic. what we don't know was cycling only was as a last resort and using the ocean ocean bound instead of virgin plastic is a small wind for the environment. just not as big as some companies want you to believe. so really look mostly at what you're buying. read the fine print. yes. be that annoying person. embrace it. otherwise your good intentions will probably just say that the for the oceans to provide for us, we must protect them. and the creatures living within them like fish, some species out of particular risk. but an organization in india has come up with an idea to reduce consumer pressure and better protect fish. let's take a look. i daybreak just a couple of hours away. the business is in full,
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swing it so soon. docs. the largest and oldest fish landing site in coastal mom by it is organized scales. fisher folk have landed the fresh catch wholesale fish auctions are underway and fish among those jostled through the crowd, carrying tubs of prawns, soundman and a range of the sea food. long before mom by became the bustling metropolis. it is today. it's original inhabitants. the cool, efficient community lived very differently. when my grandfather was in fishing, 2 guys on the, on the side of whatever the fees to is gone on. so i was, i was on my credit or whatever reason for the future consumption. i knew in the morning i just started when the bronze business started, when the dollars came in and in sixties and seventies, it was almost before the exports, you know, and that is why we started catching
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a lot for the others, you know, di trying to change donation or cries of 7 generations, fishermen who operate. please fishing. both of the dogs. he learned about the changes in the local fishing trade through stories passed down to his family. he's also witnessed a lot himself since he started coming here as a child and my grandfather who's always telling me that whole she was, i didn't read the fees, you know, used to go for a couple of was and good like songs in like the one. so something like that. and then slowly and slowly this started being created, use it for like 2 to 3 days 90 days was like this exist in 2007 to 10 fishing. there's $10.00 to $12.00 days now darling is almost $15.00 to $20.00 days. no, india accounts for 6.3 percent of global fish production, fishing for a living could soon become economically and viable for nakeila and other fishermen in his community. he's now working with
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a group of marine biologists to raise awareness of the depleted fish stocks. matthew, information gap between see if we can too much information got been done. so what fish to even what season, in order to minimize that impact on the sea for people, i'm more than willing to do some sort of changes in that sea food eating practices . when the thing is, this information is not available to them in any fashion. know your fish is the 1st of its kind seafood sustainability guide produced in india. it's a calendar the details what species can be eaten when and which should be avoided in certain seasons. for each fresh recollected whatever was which was publicly available. kindly mister rich, which of the month which the fish nor is known to brood the months when we say particular fish should be avoided. those are the months that fish breeze on the
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fish me to get caught along with that for me. some thought is a mon by resident who found out about the calendar year ago. and now a deal to it's strictly when cooking for family, even though i really like drawn, i stopped eating them for 3 months and the young because that's the time that the breed. however, this vision is something we can, you know the commercial outlets have also begun following that, as in like this seafood restaurant in suburban moon by the us. if we have different kinds of dishes on the menu, then we would rather use a different fish for every preparation that is on the menu, as opposed to use one fish on the dia, unanimously on the entire menu. and that kind of, that kind of makes it cool for us. it makes it slightly challenging to come up with dishes in the sense it. and the challenge is something that we enjoy the restaurant
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stuff say that there has been a remarkable change in their customers choices to go over before or we will happy eating fish to go. not knowing what wasn't that 1st to go. all right, and that was the idea of sci fi for us and it was exotic. but today we wanted to know. where did this come from? what is it that i'm eating? was it line card? is it farmed? is it why leg? when was this card, is this fish fresh? the team behind the calendar hoops the behavior change? can somebody result in a shift in seaford demand and supply? like you can do mangles in windows and submitted in some simulated, they have to understand you cannot eat 132 elements. so i think this has to come from a consumer end and when it comes from consumer and automatically fishermen can change i one consumer to know the fisherman as they know the fish, when they know the fish, they will know the fisherman. i think it can walk like that. normal trading has not
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yet because you're following the clue not related lockdown. but as slowly stops up, the hope that fisher folk and consumers can come together to ease the burden on fish still remains high. not growing seed is sustainable, as we saw earlier in the short, already staple across many parts of it, ship it slowly, making its way through europe to see the farmers. we met in norway, believe it has great potential to please the european ballot. let's see how the seaweed has acquired a reputation as these to proceed from the sea. angela erickson and tamara sing a harvest seaweed in water that is just 4 degrees celsius and temperature, about 300 kilometers north of the arctic circle. i see where it is not just healthy . this bush, it's written,
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even though it looks a little brown and bushy taste like truffle and it's amazing kind of build up that it's really yummy, tripoli, case shipper, good. ah, there are thousands of varieties of animals. and truffles, the wheat or brush tuft l v grows especially well along the norwegian coast. here in the fulton islands. i ericsson and sing. i run the small firms foot and seaweed there on a mission to broaden seaweeds popularity. while it has been largely forgotten in europe, it's frequently featured on menus in the asia pacific region. my mom's japanese. so i've got enough waiting to say, wait all my life. sorry. it was really exciting when we,
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when i moved to norway to see the petite show, there was, there was just much they weight growing along the coastline. it being a precaution about and then the wage and tradition. many people here live of what the c provides. region is famous for stock fish, or when dr. caught which even the vikings 8 as well as the read. and the more the rough and clean the, the base or the see, we can develop healthy, neutral process. the harvest in the small fishing village of not erickson also helped her father fish, so she knows the coastal lead to, well, what is the perfect place for me to grow? we have these cold arctic waters that are really nutritious. the water is moving off, the current is the 4th strongest in the world. after the seaweed is harvested at 1st, has dried the person knowing different types. 24 hours later,
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the ceiling is ready for consumption. it can be served as a vegetable dish, or salad, or dried, and used as a seasoning in their kitchen lamps. they create new ceiling recipes along with locals. so that uses truffle. see me to add depth to pasco, with stock fish, or garnish calling flower cream. with the shuttle c, we'd come up to $500.00 euros per kilogram. so it's primarily used in high in restaurants get everything you can do basically with the pay was a taste you ok with that you can create, you can cook fish, can cook meat instead of c read, it will be from 10. so it's like a full new world, open to us restaurants and data capacitance across the globe. or do you see we from erickson and singing? they practice careful and sustainable harvesting, allowing the seaweed to grow back again. and they see it as the food of the future,
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particularly as it is so healthy. well, it really at the super phase or full of minutes and minerals. it's anti virus, its anti bacterial. it's got more nutrients per graham than any other plant on the planet. and it's just growth, the need to erickson and tomorrow's thing. i hope the harvest can make a small, but significant contribution to promoting the health benefits of seaweed. far beyond the coast of north, the me, our calamity is able to sustain life because we have oceans for us to try. we have to make sure our marine ecosystem tribes to leave you with that part and see we'll get next week from all of us in india and germany, goodbye. and thank you for watching the,
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me, the the, the, the the ah. was right in front of it. then certainly, we agreed to postpone the or limpy games to talk your with 2020. from. of course, during the qualifying ground for sports heroes. countdown during lockdown starts july 19th on d w. 2016. that's a good bye to the queen. to see if germany was for me the last few years have been
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quite right fully in touch with the averted on my home when it comes to genovius. and of course i would look in the eyes birches, but perhaps the biggest on the new hobby of mine. i'm going to recruit, i got to be as a new person never comes. but when you're feeling more together, you'll realize it's culture. another way of living, are you ready to meet the driver and then join me, right? just do it on the w sometimes a seed, it's all you need to allow the big ideas to grow. we're bringing environmental conservation to life with learning, like global ideas. we will show you how climate change and environmental conservation is taking shape around the world and how we can all make a difference. knowledge grows through sharing, download it now for the, for the
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the the news . this is the news items on it. i'm going to mag pays her last official visit to the u. k. the german chancellor, i just close cooperation despite the u. k. the departure from the european union and introduce the travel restrictions, the people arriving in germany, also on the program. last the u. s. a nato troops leave the main advice in a janice town. background is now empty after a 20 year commission again. tell me about the timeline islam. it comes to a close. italy found anything to cheer bass and they take on belgium in the
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euro's later, belgium addressing with fitness worries over to help players. bill preview that fortified. okay. ah i'm sure. gail, welcome to the program. i'm going to battle is in britain on her last official visit before stepping down. his german chancellor, after wide ranging talks with british prime minister about his johnson, the 2 ladies said their countries would work closely together despite britain's departure from the european union. chance also said she hopes people who've been fully vaccinated against corona virus will soon be able to travel to germany without quarantine. with me, mavita, we are continually reviewing our travel restrictions on i assume that in the foreseeable future, those that are fully vaccinated will be able to travel again without going into quarantine britons the high incidence area,
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according to our classification done. and we want to encourage people to get boxes . they said, well, you know, you mentioned i went on to him from philosophy in the beginning, we didn't know much about this very and we wanted to wait and see what we're looking into us. and i can also tell you, you know, this area to spreading very rapidly in germany to transitional out. thank you. to windsor castle just outside london, my d. w. bergen mass is following this story. welcome back. let's start with the news conference. what did we learn of the state of relations between the 2 countries? the bilateral is really the buzzword feel for the u. k, because not having a seat anymore and brussels having just left the european union. the u. k. really need to form strong relationships with its partner. and germany is of course, one of the most important strategic partners for the u. k is the 2nd largest
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trading partners, but also in other issues like foreign policy and security. the interest really align say, we've now seen that a joint declaration and foreign and security policy was just published. and also much more that, that intending to do cultural exchange between germany and you can also use exchange. so really acknowledging that this relationship needs to be worked on for it to stay stable while britain has left the european union. now that the northern on and protocol came up in questions after their statements. and mister johnson had claimed this as a big breaks in victory, but it is a source of huge friction between britain and the new it definitely is not just between britain and you, it's a huge concern for people in northern ireland. i've just been to belle false and this is really what people are talking about is the trade between the rest of the u . k. and northern ireland is the more difficult now that britain has left the
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european union. northern ireland is economically still aligned to the you and that causes friction. and uncle michael, i think, was just white, careful not to wait into this ro too much. he said, well, we have to of course, look for a pragmatic solution. but she said that's not over, stretch yourself. so i think she really made a point of leaving this with the european union and in the way adding boys, johnson also to have a sensible and good relationship, not just with germany, but also with the you and mac has been having tea with the queen and when's the castle left behind you? was that just a courtesy visit or something more substantial? for i'm going to america. i would think that this would have been really important . maybe the is the part of the visit that she enjoyed most who know she would be too polite to, to say, but we know that she's definitely a fan of the queen and she had invited the queen to berlin. she also was
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a guest of the queen in buckingham palace twice already, but that the she finishes this farewell visit in the u. k. with this tea here at windsor. i think she would have been very pleased about that. she told us when she came here over for the to 7 summit, that it was the highlight of that visit to cornwall just a few weeks ago to meet the queen and meet other members of the family. so i can think that this was definitely something that she would have enjoyed mass and windsor. thank you. the last remaining american nato troops have left a background military base enough. ganesh john, which has now been handed over to afghan forces by grand was the center of the us and nato's war against the taliban. and i'll call you to the 100000 troops station there had to take that 20 year missions now coming to an end. and a complete majority of old foreign force from the country. it's thought to be eminent. i've got security situation is precarious. the taliban has welcome the
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departure. and there are rising fears of a civil war as a tally about a local warlords battle for power. many africans and are worried about what will happen when foreign troops of all gun a journey through a war zone here and the scanner, stones, capital, cobble, barbed wire, and high walls protect not just embassies and government departments, but banks and hotels to fear is ever present here, terror attacks take place daily government districts and residential neighborhoods . this western district is one of the city's most dangerous, mainly his czar is live here. the minority group is under assault from the ton of an 85 people were killed in an attack on a school in early may, most of the victims were girls between the ages of 11 and 15
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after 20 years of foreign age, afghanistan is one of the poorest and most dangerous countries in the world. people at this bizarre, tell me they were afraid, the situation will need to tear rate when international troops withdraw. gonna make it to mind. they are going, i think the situation in afghanistan is getting worse. by the day. we thought we'd gotten better off to 20 is on, but do the how, but nothing has happened for good and we're heading for another war. what are the rolling stones that i fear, john? good, they go up. this trader says he used to work with the u. s military, like many afghans who worked for the foreign forces, he fears revenge attack by the taliban. i want to out from here is because my family and i am not say that the here's
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the i want. and again, when you and the country is actually i don't have to go through our, our from, i'm going to, because in here is very danger, place the cost of private security has risen sharply here, especially in recent months, businesses stepping up that protection. not just, not just fair as the taliban. so growing crime, entrepreneur lay, he has a call center, an employment agency and cobble the 46 year old says he's determined to stay in the country. but the poor security situation is a problem. and he doesn't know what will happen when all international troops withdraw. they don't know about 2 or tomorrow because in some provinces, we sleep at night. but even in the morning when i wake up, this is the office is closed because it got an invite to live on the uncertainty
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and fear that pervade this country are only growing as the full withdrawal of all foreign troops. knees. we'll take a look at some of the other stories making news around the world starting from where classes have broken out of powder is to show the goal. that force staff blocked a passport control zone, as they protested against pay cuts. right. the police of 5 pepper spray passengers caught up in the chaos. the flights were delayed. thousands of people have been evacuated from the villages near the philippines, capital manila because of a volcano eruption, the tall volcanoes and tombs of ash kilometer into the sky. officials of what the crowded emergency shelter could spread, they corrode a virus processes in canada, pull down statues of queen victoria and queen elizabeth as anger grows of account was treatment of indigenous children. the statues were torn down in the city of
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winnipeg. canadians have been stand by the recent discovery and hundreds of graves at full residential schools for indigenous children football, 02020 quarter finals getting getting underway with belgium versus late maps. the most important of them. the italians failed to qualify for the last major tournament, but have been on fire this summer, raising hopes that they could win the 1st european titles of more than half a century. yeah, football fans have become used to these images lately. italy have one every single game at euro 2020 so far going. unbridled joy in rome seen has firmly established itself as one of the tournament favorites. but i'm fancy, austria pushed them all the way to extra time. in the round of 16, some pundits have begun,
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wondering whether it's really all the cracked up to be coach for both mancini though, see things differently about the that it was a very difficult match. there were moments where the team had to battle tooth and nail. go before the match. i said the game against austria, the they might even be a harder module than what we'll face in the court to final the quality. that's a bold claim given the next opponents of the top rank team and well football belgium. the red devils could be limited by injury. the key player kevin de bruna and captain aden as are. but with star strike rama lou lou cock who informed he azurie can't take anything for granted. a threat. italy's own go machine chiro in mobile. i know as well, from the battles in the italian league out again last the last time you said it was a mobile a c i were playing into and he's going to go major. so please don't call it in
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mobile versus luke cock of again, bad. just say belgium versus italy instead and give it a chance. the style, flat composure. and not just in that fashion choices. italy, other scene. everyone's got that i on at the moment. now they have to prove themselves in that topic. yes. and give the fans back home. another reason to celebrate the, to germany's loss for england in the round of 16 midfield a tony cruz as announced his retirement from the international game. he'll focus on his family and playing for spanish club rail, madrid, cruise retires with 106 catch say he made a decision before the us 3 weeks from now. the tokyo olympics could be held behind closed doors. according to the head of the organizing committee, psycho how she motel admitted the committee might still reverse its decision of 10
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days ago. that said, a limited number of local fans would be attend event. the japanese government's top cove in 1900 advisor has said repeatedly that the safest option for the, for the tournament is to be held without any fans or a u. s. sprinter. shush shikari richardson. one of the sports hottest prospect has accepted a one month ban after using marijuana. i mean, she won't be able to compete in the 100 meters at tokyo richardson and tested positive for drug after what didn't bring us trials in oregon. number 921 year old that she used marijuana and i think after the death of her mother, the drugs banned by the world anti doping agency. and i left him here. if i can prove that it didn't stay with us. i think to norwegian cost and vall home has broken one of the longest standing records in sport that's for the mens 400 meter hurdles. he did it in front
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of a restricted vocal crowd in oslo, in the diamond league athletic series on johnson but home and his home crowd were ready to make history. as the norwegian turned on to the home straits, the 400 meter hurdles. well, reco was within reach, and when he powered across the finish line with a time of 46.7 seconds, the stadium erupted again. all ready have, he will turn to say his name. this was a moment of special significance. and his supporters in the stand couldn't have been happier. why just 800 of a 2nd home had beaten woe record that had stood for almost 30 years and was set before he was born for him and 5000 others in the study. and this was
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a night that will live long in the memory. 7 yes, thank you something with that. once more world news at the top of the, our rub was, will be here in just a moment that the w business update with the news. the news william how to be on gonzalez when i was, hey, i had known that would be that small.


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