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summer time we need to prepare and popularized and that's changing the vice president of the Chinese fa speak in the world football manager as me and I still joined by the coach Matt Ward at much as well as your time in Ghana you've also been involved with the Chinese Super League you're a cultured Shanghai Schengen so what you make of those comments from Chiang Jen suggesting that Chinese footballers backwards and needs to catch up with the rest of the world I believe China now finally is moving in there in the right direction along with Asia as a whole but again it comes down to the main issue with where does money there's power and where there's money and power does going to be great.
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no but the circumstances would have to be different I guess that that would be on my side I'll be more aware of certain pitfalls what what might catch me out and I'll be more on guard but I didn't I don't want to leave my eyes I built a great bond with my assistant coach with a player's and I still feel like it's unfinished business but the way things turned once there be kind of secret was exposed a late left a sour taste in my mouth but you know I I never like quitting on things and I wouldn't cancel out any more news to go to Ghana in the future but for the moment thanks that's the County Mad board will be staying with us to talk about his experiences of football in China because the vice president of the Chinese Football Association.
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is it in Bangladesh should become removing a controversial statue of the Greek goddess of Justice famous from the Supreme Court Complex in the capital Dhaka some islamist groups of Hell protest against the statue which they regarded anti-islamic despite the fact of famous wears a sari rather than ancient Greek dress a group of 91 prisoners have escaped jail in northeastern Brazil playing through a 30 metre tunnel 9 of the inmates at the prison have been found while police are attempting to recaptcha the remaining prisoners and images take by nasa's Juno spacecraft of revealed new details about the Poles of Jupiter BBC News hello and welcome to world football on the BBC World Service I'm Alan Green coming up the vice president of the Chinese FA.
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because this is my new favourite day hope it was very aggressive violent lyrics by music Help Me Understand myself Palestinian performers and artists struggle for recognition in the conservative Society between population is under 21 the mood is changing the BBC's nadir Ibrahim talk to this younger generation I'll be finding out how we're young people in the west bank and Sanderson South Park wheel of Life share one time and I want to for reminding a young world Wednesday at 12:30 and 21 GMT coming up on world football the vice president of the Chinese.
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Brazil Marta cannabis Christine Sinclair find out who found the voted BBC women's footballer of the year 2017 for today Tuesday from 18:30 GMT and in 30 minutes world football with Alan Green football in this country is backward that it has ambitions of hosting the World Cup more views from the vice president of the Chinese Football Association and had to be under 20 World Cup in Korea with and where to place Germany Argentina and France mix today it's new year on the BBC World Service the Worlds radio station is 3 a.m. in London good morning.
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national Security the parents of a 9 month old boy from West London with a rare genetic illness has lost their legal fight to take him to the United States for experimental treatment the court of Appeal was upheld the previous role in The Great Ormond Street to take Charlie Gard off life support and that he be moved to palliative care a 24 year old motorbike rider has died after a crash with a cyclist in Redbridge yesterday afternoon the cyclist is in his 40s is in a stable condition in hospital London weather it'll be a warm evening with some Late sunshine overnight I can feel muggy in built-up areas that the Midland temperature of 14 degrees Celsius that's 57 Fahrenheit now at the BBC Radio London travel his Billy Reeves Denham roundabout where the M40 becomes the A40 and vice versa.
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well done so well thank you both very much and have a great time on Friday thank you for this is an island there was a period from the white house is a keeping a reasonably lower profile since then but it seems he's ready for a return to the world stage today he's in Germany for a meeting with Chancellor Merkel his trip coinciding with his successor Donald Trump's European debut Jason box does vice president of the Washington based political research group PSB and he said our Edinburgh Studio this morning good morning to you good morning has President Obama been doing since leaving office I can only recall really am several holiday pictures of them how big is one of our time working on a stand and surfing moves and that he has taken if a Loki approach.
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League final between Manchester United and Dutch side Ajax after Monday's terrorist attack animation Stockholm is one football showpiece events but United's Vice Chairman says it's been put firmly in perspective imagine cost to replace there in sweet the Manchester United way of Legends Ryan Giggs has been talking to the BBC use Natalie pirks about the attack and how it impacts on tonight's game yeah I was so devastating me hear the news late on Monday evening um yeah what's happening you own your home city and it's devastating so your thoughts are with the families fixings and Elizabeth I was injured in hospital the moment would you make if the Way Manchester has come together it's it's almost quite unique for a city like Manchester to do that isn't there is no surprise I mean um no like everyone else has watching the news.
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that's right I'm following day terror attack in Manchester a minutes silence will be observed before tonight's Europa League Final between Manchester United and I are the opening ceremony in Stockholm will also be considerably reduced as a mark of respect for the victims of the atrocity here's United executive Vice Chairman Ed Woodward I really do just his first I think I will fail you know when an event for thickening and I know what I thought the moment are with the victims and their families affected by United have never won the Europa League and factory would see Josie Mourinho side qualify for next season's Champions League home instead of a stressful time for former United striker Danny barber the fat Josie Mourinho's brought it down to this moment as to whether we qualify for the Champions League or not and we got such a young side and I access the face you a bit of alone.
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self which means we need for construction workers a man has been arrested by counter terrorism police at Stansted Airport if you're trying to board a flight to Turkey he was detained on suspicion of repairing act of terrorism it's naughty was intending to travel to Syria the arrest was not connected with the attack in Manchester Donald Trump is meeting with Pope Francis one of his most outspoken critic that the Vatican this morning on the latest leg of his first foreign tall as US President is President Trumps first meeting with the Pope BBC radio fuse for being upset at 8:30 thanks on sport no it's Steve I mean in science will be held this evening before Manchester United Europa League final in Stockholm as well as it Headingley or England South Africa players wear black armbands for the first one day cricket international Edward when is Manchester United's executive vice-chairman he's in Sweden for their game against a device on the flying out with the dresses we're going over to meet with you later.
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wedding on the the Heartbreaks and see the soft brexit what's the weather like today people continue to do that type of work and study of digital Technology is used in the customers find the children's maths English and communication skills improve the use iPads and school on a regular basis searches from Stranmillis University College founded install this lessons work of the plant the technology help children increase their core skills BBC News thanks Keith will only joined us in the studio and all it obviously tonight's Europa League final completely overshadowed by events in Manchester yes certainly has died following the terror attack at the Manchester arena a minutes silence will be observed before tonight's Europa League Final between Manchester United and I are the opening ceremony in Stockholm will also be considerably reduced as a mark of respect for the victims of the atrocity years United executive vice chair.
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Olivia Campbell family had made desperate appeals to try to find her a woman tradition peninsula in Gwynedd is Amanda 59 people being treated in hospital following the attack in Manchester and thousands of people have gathered in Manchester and it's three vigils in Wales to remember the victims Steve Cook sport frisco an office which drives a minutes silence will be held this evening before Manchester United Europa League final in Stockholm as well isn't Headingley England South Africa players wear black armbands for the first one day cricket international Ed Woodward is Manchester United's executive Vice Chairman he's in Sweden for the game against I actually says words don't really did justice for how everyone at the club film following the terror attack at the Manchester arena got a job to do now question that that that hasn't changed but I think I think what happened really puts things into perspective 6s on the pitch really is nothing.
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hundred years is due to receive royal assent today the land transaction tax will replace the stamp duty land tax when it's evolved from April 2018 BBC radio fuse for being upset at 7:30 thanks very much sir Alex Polizzi Steve and after this week's trying to be a minutes silence will be home this evening before Manchester United Europa League final in Stockholm as well as it Headingley England South Africa players wear black armbands for the first one day cricket international Woodward is Manchester United executive Vice Chairman he's in Sweden for the game against I access on the flying out with the dresses we're going to meet with you and Saturday and gone through in a different things we can do around the game when I'm pleased to say that they've accepted that we'll we'll be able to wear black armbands and what do a minutes silence for the Nexus he was a great city games an open and free event for the public will go ahead in Manchester on Friday decision on a half marathon and 10K races shed.
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What actually happened from the first meeting of ELSTAT on August 3, 2010 was very strange and seemed extremely peculiar to all six of us, since the president, Andreas Georgiou, supposedly an ex-vice president of the Statistics Department of the IMF—this was declared as his position in the IMFinsisted that he had to be the only person who could speak and decide, while the remaining six of us had to agree and sign his proposals without questions. According to him, we had the role of a rubber stamp. He said that openly to us. He also insisted that we should not keep minutes of the meetings, and when we all threatened to resign and publicize the issue, he agreed to keep minutes but he added that the minutes would report only his opinion and nobody else’s. So as you can imagine, there were minutes [of these meetings] but they were not signed by any of us.
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ladies in black president Obama candidate trump close the gap they felt by moving the American embassy to Jerusalem by giving a green light to settlement building in the West Bank from what country do shih tzu on the public and mugs ale Rand the trump campaign targeting American voters in Israel since coming to power of the presidential town has been about holding back on settlements and wait and see on an embassy move what did you think that when you heard that we've disappoint you or let me in the media in the present but the president has been keeping his word I just had dinner with the vice-president the other night Washington and he made the point of this president is Dunmore in his first 100 days in office any present racing history executive orders legislation so unchanging us policy.
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it's a disastrous what what what shop shut in London this autumn and cell therapy Sciences the militants in the niger Delta distracted by plane to structure a production and the god of the stomach is sore and it's taking a lot of work abroad for myself minutes of niger Delta it was before this bloody vice presidents to get it back on track I meant to say what you mean buying all the militant no no no no with that as a sweetener to stop Ltd what is a simple respect and engagement have a very sensitive eyes engagement since I was appointed by the vice president of Germany that recently the present is authorising I was in a dramatic bullshit that's nice we didn't want to happen if you got time for that did Billy sounds good impression and.
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from is the trip Festival London he walked will steam I know if I'm going to doctors for that advice sunrise on his back to London Eye he sees continents on some levels of meetings and be able to play some rules he has a very efficient vice president who is who is there was certainly for him in the absence he really hasn't been much of it is what you know what he came to power promising a different much more disciplined transparent open and efficient government in Nigeria one of your main newspapers carries an editorial today saying that he's guarding details of his health as carefully as Donald Trump card details of his tax affairs what kind of transparency is this the 20 year in public deserve and have a right to know what is going on with the nominal leader and chief executive and Journal of the fathers he is still not all well what's wrong with I don't know.
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bullying intimidation and inappropriate language the chairman of Sport Wales Paul Thomas and vice chair Adele baumgart was sacked by ministers in March Mr Thomas said the allegations were untrue but my son got said she wasn't surprised by the findings and that her behaviour has been above board the family is a four man murdered by a serial killer police repeatedly fail to stop so they're being let down again this time by the enquiry into what went wrong with Stephen port from East London was convicted of murder 6 months ago Daniel Sandford has the details when Stephen port was convicted last November BBC investigation show the multiple chances missed by detectives to stop the murders among other things the independent Police Complaints Commission is looking at how the police fail to even realise the deaths were murdered but 20 months after the investigation began not one of at least 7.