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the news . this is the w news lied from italy. i crowns champions as euro 2020 yeah, it's lisa and celebrated england's pedals the shoes out outwardly, the azurie lift the trophies for the 2nd time. also coming up with protests,
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breakouts in cuba as thousands take the streets against food shortages and rising prices. the communist regime plains be in the states and an election with no clear witness gary and have gone to the polls. but despite the narrow lead for the conservative, the political future of the balkan country remains uncertain. and the visit to the edge of space and back down again, 1000000000 ad richard branson, coldest mission accomplished, ushering in a new era of space tourist. ah, i'm go ahead. welcome to the program. italy have been crowns. european football champions at wembley stadium. they beat england on penalties. the fence rejoiced
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after a nail biting finished, which saw england missing 3 of their 5 shots. heartbreaking in for the english despite their home advantage. the wembley stadium lit up to celebrate italy's memorable victory. while thousands of u. k based italy fan turned out to support their side. they were massively outnumbered by their english counterparts. but that only made victory taste meter. very, very uneasy. any great new england very well. fortunately, today in the penalties, what can we say was a great game and we dominated and he was quite well deserved night, played a game is also good to them as kidley did. it's a hard way falling behind to show goal after just 2 minutes.
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but a goal math scramble in the 2nd half. so leo know to the new t equals and then 3 english missed penalties. sealed victory for the saudi e. oh well i was lucky enough to be part of a team. and this late in the 1990 world cup before 2 is going i was also lucky enough to play in a fantastic you 21 sided, 198824. despite absolutely the best we managed not to win because like that. gotcha . and both times we lost the penalties, and therefore luck owed me something that i saw. i mean, yeah. some england fans were so bent on seeing their team through up. it's 55 year dry spell that they stormed the wembley barriers. throughout the tournament, they'd proclaim football was coming home and said it was up to rome. the never goes
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john, you know the parties in italy's capital, red duff as fan, celebrated the victory as the suit reclaimed their 1st european championship since 1968 and corresponds of course standing by in the teams respective capital. see my daughter's enrolment big mass in london. we start, of course, in rome, when for italy, also a bit of history making for the as the re give us a sense of what italians are saying and feeling this morning. well last night and i think the joy continues today as well. but it was pure joy on the off italy, throughout the country in rome. so for myself, it was a roller coaster ride of a game with the dc off in 10 shock when,
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when england called so early on. but then they came back with that equalize and then of course we sold it incredibly 10 and new biting penalty. but yet it's 3 making the last time the duty one, the european championship was back in 1968. and so this is the 2nd time round. we know that the team is back on the italian saw this morning. they will be meeting with president martha rella as well as the prime minister. my drug, the, the papers here in the say, all the sports i have with me got the look for a full belo. basically it was to abuse what happened last night and then we have put in the sport, see it all through. it's ours. busy and all of them leading with the picture of the squad carrying the and the sport also saying it this time around. and clearly even the regular papers leading with a lot of the wrong base daily thing. europe is ours,
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as well as the b line based daily, correct. and i said that it comes the only sample noise we the time did. so really you fauria all around with when and historic one you mentioned. let's go to big mouth in london. probably slightly different general mood that definitely down cause galahad last night the nation was really electric. one could almost say there was so hopeful that up the waiting for 55 years. and finally they might win an international tournament. and where i was was with a lot of young people and when they last, i have to say what they were devastated. and a lot of the young men had to be comforted by their girlfriends. so that was quite touching. and if you look at the papers, you know it's similar, they're thing, it all ends and you know, you can see this happening. this has the daily mail and then we have the song here . and we again have the manager comforting one of the players who missed the
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penalty, but also the some quotes prince william said you can all hold your head high and can be so proud. so i think that's also a sentiment that a lot of people are really recognizing that england plays extremely well and they say they're a hose for next year as well. big, you're holding the papers. that is, story has a much about the 3 england players who missed the penalties. tell us about that. oh, well, yes indeed. so some of the last semester penalties were targeted online quite a lot of racial abuse and that has in tongue had another strong reaction on social media. so for example, the prime minister johnson who raised the abusing some of the players that they, you know, they should be a shame that they shouldn't be. they shouldn't be called football fan something.
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and that they and the footboard association themselves, you know, they, they're saying that there is no place for racism in football. and it's really quite an interesting story because this is a very diverse team. and the players have taken the need in the past and, and sometimes not happy with that some, but i think a lot of people already seeing that actually as, as something positive that this is a, is a diverse and, and, and in a way, you know, progresses team as, as some people would say it and, and there's also been a lot of support and has been remarked that, you know, the english flag was recaptured from the far right. and it's something for the whole nation. the whole diverse, english and british nation to, to resemble, behind thank fema enrollment, big mouth in london. and so
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now the studio is an englishman, max merrill, and also member of d, w. sports team. dest talk us through this game, did they, when the italians win this tournament is early? i think on the whole, you have to say, yes, even the most passionate england finance, to recognize that this was at least tournament georgia. kelly. and he said after the match that at the beginning of the tournament, they felt the sort of magic in that group. and that carried on and grew throughout the tournaments. and you know, we have to remember they weren't favorites if we didn't qualify for the last world cup in 2018. came into this women honestly, redemption to insight as especially in italy, tip them to do well in this tournament. but you know, it's a lot of it is down to the chemistry that provide some unseen. it was able to create with this group. also, the italian league, the syria, has been proved markedly a little bit under the radar for sort of mainstream football fans. and a lot of the members of this team that people didn't know from sort of mid table
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clubs or clubs that unlike you've interested mulanda or not established big names. so i think they had a really great chemistry in this group. play to fantastic torment, captured the hearts of the neutrals as well and in the end deserve to in the time. and also let's talk about england. the squad, the young english football is that the south gate brought abroad on to do the penalties. was that a wise move? i think, you know, in hindsight you could, you can question his decision and, you know, for them it's really tough now. you know, we heard from burger that there has been some nasty, nasty reaction. obviously we hope to see more people stand up for them. i think the key takeaway for me is that bravery to step up and take a penalty. and this kind of movement takes a lot of bravery. they weren't shy, and in the past, england have struggled and penalties where they were in kind of went into the shell a little bit. and south gate has changed the mentality. asked for positivity, used psychologists as well in his team to help plays deal with these kind of high
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pressure situations. and they practiced in training and, and also said look, this is the, the 5 plays that we came up with to take the panels. these, you can't replicate what happens in this kind of moment. we can see here that the, the play as you know, the type of pressure. they're under the tire pressure, they putting themselves under as well. you can't replicate that. so in the end, i think we have to praise them for their bravery and praise jordan picks it for saving to penalties and keeping them. and it picks that actually quite amazing what he did there. but england still struggling with penalties. will it ever and briefly, i think so, you know, the last to shoot has before this in the nation. so the gun in the world cup against colombia, they won this one heartache again, but it's a young group. 2022. well, cup is just a little over 500 days away so they can take this on and hopefully go strength of strength. that's help. thank you very much. max meryl that and several of 9, some of the other stories making headlines around the world today. mandatory
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evacuations have been ordered in northern california as 55. the struggle to contain a massive blaze. the so called back full of complex fire, doubled in size over the weekend and is now the largest in california. it's thoughts have been caused by lightning. more than $60000.00 acres half band. a supreme court has ruled, same sex couples should be allowed to have children with the help of sorry mothers, l g, b, t, q activists have been campaigning for years to have the rule changed. the court says restrictions barring gay couples from surrogacy must be lifted within 6 months . police in haiti say they have arrested a man who they allege flew into the country on a private jet and conspired to saturday to president his over. now boys, the haitian national allegedly worked with a master minds of the killing boys was shot dead at his home and put a prompt early on wednesday. the protest has broken out in cuba
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with thousands of people taken to the states against the communist regime, demonstrate as expressed frustration at food shortages, rising prices, and the lack of coal with 19 vaccines. the government has tried to blame the us for the unrest and is rallying its own supporters. yeah, they are crying out for freedom in the streets of the greatest show just content with the socialist government. since the 1990s packed in the trigger process, the desperate economic situation. right now the country is suffering from food shortages. we include because the repression of the people based sobbing us to death. to banners slaps and we have no homes, nothing. now the, the police arrive and they begin to drag off people in the crowd. oh,
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the arrest and the violence only make the demonstrators angry. we are not afraid. they cry out. security beat me, my daughter a child. they beat us just because we were walking down the street. the supporters of the government had been out in the streets to president miguel diaz can now himself lead this rally was organized quickly in a town outside savannah where the anti government protest began early on sunday time you discharged together with the revolutionary here, the straight long when you, with the president encouraging, supported to mobilize against opponents, they were ugly confrontations. here, revolutionaries detained opposition protest to the cuban to here we are never going to give up these revolution. never the communist
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regime, his root cubis in 959. it survived the fall of the soviet union and the death of it found the fidel castro. now, would it again be challenged. i like the show. it is unlikely to go without a fight to bulgaria now where the come to a 2nd election is 3 months. fail to produce a clear winner official results show the center, a party of the former prime minister boys boys cell phones finished barely ahead of a new populace party. several anti corruption parties run in the election. though none have one enough votes to form a majority. in parliament tanya draven has been fighting for change for years. she's a member of democratic bulgaria, an anti corruption alliance that hopes to form the new government. if it succeeds, it will be the 1st change of government in 11 years. unless you're willing,
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i want to win back our country a freedom of choice. so bowl game becomes a better place to live. i want an economy that's not undermined by corruption and a country where you funds they use properly business and is the target just the criticisms. his ex prime minister boy co borrower sells his image as a man of the people has been badly damaged after a year of anti corruption protests. in april, the 1st one, the most votes, but failed to find some relation partners far south accuses his opponents of trying to falsify results. so good to be the chaos they have created is visible. what people line up in a few hours. the central election commissioner, sleep at 7 am, people started working the c e. c. first meeting was at 9 sides of complaints. machines which don't what paper, no print history. nothing's right,
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complete chaos. football, i call that observe as reports that the election went smoothly, though with a lower turnip than last time. the bars of party came at neck and neck with the new populace party. that is such a people beneath credit forming a coalition government is likely to be complicated. well the w correspondence blah blah. so if you are covering bulgaria selection, that now the preliminary results show a very narrow lead for or is self conservative barbara, he seems to have gotten the most votes. does that mean he'll be back? and no, it doesn't get ahead because more or less the party, the head of the party last night has conceded that they will again not be able to form a government. we've seen this is spring where nobody wants to go into a coalition with them because for the opposition parties, of course this would have been suicide. is that a treason against the voters? so this is not going to have the board of party and boca boris of himself,
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louis for so many years dominated by gary and politics. they will have to go onto the back benches and sort of sit it out to wait and see what happens. because more than more likely than not gary's in for a period of relative political instability, they will have to somehow make something out of the 2nd election results. because they can send the voters to the polls. again, we've seen how low the turn out was between 30 and 40 percent this time. and so people are frustrated and they would, they would want if more better functioning democracy. but somehow the vote hadn't thrown up a result that is going to help them to move forward. so what other options are on the table? then? there are 2 options on the table. one is that there's going to be a minority government that the opposition parties who together is sort of guarded about 42 percent that they get. for instance, the socialists form
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a communist bulgarian party to tolerate them or that they will have some sort of supply arrangement like we've seen it in the past in the united kingdom, where another party just supports the government and doesn't topple it. so that would be radically be possible, but the talks between the 3 position parties will be difficult because there are political ideas of very divergent as well how to get them together. it could be difficult and the last option in the table would be to sort of talk to the interim government and say ok and stay there quite well. like in the country. stay in office for another year. we just have to sort ourselves out and guarantee some stability. that's really what most bulgarians want. voter turnout was between 30 and 40 percent. that's pretty low. why? it's incredibly low people. i mean there's several reasons. one is of course, this is the time of vacation time. so many people have gone up to the c side and you have to go to the local polling station here. so people didn't want to travel
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for that, for instance. and the other more. the larger reason is, of course, that there's incredible frustration was politics per state. and people have been really shocked throughout the last months about the, the reports about these huge corruptions can wondering of money that matthew, having that tend to kill everywhere in the life of even average bill gary and everything being undermined the institutions of the state, the police the judiciary, and so the people are frustrated with it all they, they turn away, they just say, you know, just go do what you want. we are not in for this anymore, but that is particularly bad because it means that there's not going to be a strong enough political cause to pull the country out of the walk. my air of corruption corresponded barbara visited sophia there. thank you. barbara. television come a man has been found dead at his home in tbilisi,
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ga exam. the last care of them has previously covered an attack on an l. g. b. teach you protests where he was severely beaten by rioters. police have opened a criminal investigation to his death protest as a calling for the prime minister's resignation. are attacked for doing his job. now found dead camera men alexander lush cordova was beaten by right wing mom. well covering an anti l g b t q. riot. the exact circumstances of his death are still unclear. thousands have taken to the streets in solidarity. what the journalist, very angry protestors accused the government of enabling the violence. we all the government directly responsible for failing to provide security for the jordan. and therefore, we believe that the resignation of the prime minister and the government is the only requirements that will be set to factoring the georgia side in the very
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clear message. the government that has organized poker almost by the radical recipient, good targeted to the, to always journalist and then has multiple people's what damages and now 11 that has to reside last week, writers attacks the l. g b t q, campaign offices in georgia. capital tbilisi. lux carrabas was there and filmed the attackers around 50 journalists were injured. the loss carrabba's death has further inflamed tension and more demonstrations are expected . billionaire richard branson as successfully completed the maiden flight to the just space. branson of 5 crewmates,
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sword 18 kilometers above the earth and the virgin galactic unity space plain branson. as now as the head of his rivals, jeff bezos in the mosque and the battle between high flying typhoons to toot and climbing. as we take off for a separate as the unit space flight, so tim and my crew members beyond atmosphere, the aircraft climbed 80 kilometers from the new mexico. during the one hour trip, the crew experienced a few minutes of weightlessness. 10 seconds. i was wrong. the child were the dream looking up to thaws now and i don't hit a spaceship, was a lot of wonderful, i doubt looking down to our beautiful beautiful. so the next generation of dreamers . if we do this justin, i don't what you can do for some, this is the mission of eccentric billionaires,
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and it's time when financial inequality is rising either for the space or it will only create unnecessary emissions of the world faces climate change. but for branson and his success that was long in the making there's not one trimming. now think that this is now here. finally reaching the point of course will of ation. where anybody who has the money and wants, has a desire, can, can buy a ticket and go to space that, that is truly special. is going to be a game changer. i think, for space a trip with virgin galactic for a few minutes. we face the cost around $250000.00 per person, but brands is alone and has ventured to commercialize space travel. we've been working on a scheduled to fly aboard his company, blue origin rock later this month, this time to stay. meanwhile, tesla dealer. he is planning to head to space on september. his space ex venture
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has received funding from the u. s. government and has a bigger plan. what space x is doing is primarily launching satellites, government, satellites, commercial satellites, and, and other others space systems to earth or vision. and ultimately, what they want to do is launch people to mars. and that is the most ambitious of all these 3 ventures. the other 2 are seeking to focus on space tourism, taking passengers to lower the orbit for a few minutes. so banker, gap, microgravity time. branson beat his rival tycoon by being 1st off the ground and back down again here. but this new space race is really just beginning to hold it just like this for a minute before. why little earlier today? my colleague rebecca spoke to keith cowley. he's the editor of the space, news websites, nasa, watch stuff. com in washington and asked him if this is just richmond folly, is the scientific benefit as well?
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well, 2 things. first of all, back back in the day when, you know, railroads are starting to become a thing in the u. s. around the world or with a giant, you know, railroad barren steel barons. when the airline started up there were, you know, into this fight between one big, rich guy and another. and yet eventually, airlines, you know, offered something that people wanted and somebody came up with a cheaper way to do it. now we, it's like breathing. you get an airplane. but at the start somewhere with usually with the crazy idea that are all express was a crazy idea. is there a scientific value to this? well, on his vision, there was actually scientific experiment. nasa had other space agencies have been buying several flights for over half a century. and so these missions won't be one trick pony is able do many things. you'll see people flying in them. for pleasure, you'll see scientific instrumentation that is paid for by gas or isa, or other countries, and another part of it, some more and someplace from the other. but at the end of the day, do you learn science about people from this you possibly can. but this is not
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primarily assigned to endeavors of business endeavor, just like getting on an airplane or a bus or a pleasure, chris. and that's it. from me. other news see mirror and berlin don't go away. them up next. fine. so tomorrow to that looks at how excel skeleton would make a manual labor. much easier. i'll be back with more headlines at the top of the invalid. thanks so much. the the news. the news news,
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