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9 Dec 2009
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From the movie Enemy at the Gates - Zaitsev (Jude Law) and Koulikov (Ron Perlman) must cross a dangerous gap as they exit a war-torn building.
7 Apr 2012
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Enemy at the Gates Movie Clip - watch all clips *******j.mp/KC9IPW click to subscribe *******j.mp/sNDUs5 Zaitsev (Jude Law) and Koulikov (Ron Perlman) must cross a dangerous gap as they exit a war-torn building. TM & © Paramount (2012) Cast: Ed Harris, Jude Law, Ron Perlman Director: Jean-Jacques Annaud MOVIECLIPS YouTube Channel: *******j.mp/vqieFG Join our Facebook page: *******j.mp/tb8OMH Follow us on Twitter: *******j.mp/rZzGsm Buy Movie: *******j.mp/KLyws8 Producer: Jean-Jacques Annaud, Alain Godard, Roland Pellegrino, Jörg Reichl, John D. Schofield, Alisa Tager Screenwriter: Jean-Jacques Annaud, Alain Godard Film Description: A turning point in 20th century war history is the focus of this fact-based account of the 1942-1943 battle of Stalingrad, in which the Germans were finally defeated by Russian influence -- one of the bloodiest battles in World War II history. The film stars Jude Law as Vassili, a marksman from the Urals who is transported to Stalingrad in 1942, and a master German sniper, Major Koenig (Ed Harris). Koenig, an expert German sniper, is determined to eliminate his formidable opponent by any means necessary; meanwhile, Vassili has joined forces with Danilov (Joseph Fiennes), a young Russian political adversary, who is impressed by Vassili's skills and raises his profile in the Soviet Union. Both Vassili and Danilov become involved with Tanya (Rachel Weisz), whose Jewish parents have been captured by the Germans and have forced her to take up with the men on a sniper expedition. Koenig and Vassili begin to develop traps for each other, until fate inevitably must bring the two sharpshooters together. This large-scale production, financed mostly by Teuton companies, also features Bob Hoskins as Nikita Krushchev and Ron Perlman as an aging Russian sniper. "enemy at the gates","enemy at the gates clip","enemy at the gates part 1","enemy at the gates trailer","jude law","ed harris","ron perlman","rifle videos",war,drama,"history social studies",thriller,"john d schofield","roland pellegrino","alisa tager","jean-jacques annaud","alain godard","jrg reichl","life and death videos","war videos","battlefield videos","building videos","russia videos","young vassili zaitsev","movie clips",movieclipsdotcom,#AMG:V+++237768,/m/017149,/m/01r93l,/m/03hhd3
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Warsaw, Poland,12.6.2012 Police used an arsenal of tear gas, water cannon, rubber bullets and pepper spray and detained dozens of brawling football fans ahead of a key Euro 2012 match between Poland and Russia on Tuesday. Police said they had detained nearly 130 unruly fans on both sides while about 10 were treated for minor injuries before the match, which the authorities said posed the city's "greatest ever" security challenge. Tension was stoked by centuries of bad blood and suspicion between the two countries, coupled with pockets of fans on both sides with a reputation for violence. But the 1-1 result appeared to have eased the post-match mood, with no major incidents reported after midnight (2200 GMT), as Poles celebrated their chance to advance in the 16-nation quadrennial tournament they are co-hosting with Ukraine. Earlier, police sprayed water cannon at Polish fans near the stadium before the kick-off while tear gas was used in another area near the venue, which was encircled by a thick cordon of riot police with dogs and rubber-bullet guns. Riot police and vans created a buffer as Russian fans began marching to the National Stadium across a central Warsaw bridge chanting "Russia, Russia" and waving white, blue and red national flags on what was also their national day. Rubber bullets and pepper spray were also part of the anti-brawl arsenal authorities used to douse brawls, local media reported. Some Polish fans yelled obscenities at the Russian marchers, who responded by hurling back bottles, but security forces swiftly managed to keep the situation in check. Helicopters circled the city sky, as "vuvuzela" trumpets blared below and thousands of chanting Poland fans decked out in their national red and white also made their way in a loud but orderly fashion to the stadium. Some 6,000 police are on duty in the capital for the duration of the tournament and Poland's Euro 2012 organisers have said that 9,800 Russian and 29,300 Polish fans had tickets for Tuesday's encounter. Some 12,000 Russian fans were in the city for match day. Before kick-off, Russia's national anthem was met with jeers and whistles as the country's supporters unfurled a giant flag emblazoned with a sword-wielding warrior and the words "This is Russia" from their enclosure in the stands. Poland's Interior Minister Jacek Cichocki had earlier said the security operation surrounding the match in the capital was the city's "greatest-ever challenge", as Polish newspapers played up the match with military language and historical references. Prime Minister Donald Tusk warned that drunken fans after the game were "a real concern". Tusk also hit back at claims of racism levelled at Poland, with a number of reported incidents, most notably taunts at members of the Dutch national team as they trained in Krakow. European football's governing body UEFA is also looking into allegations that Russian fans taunted Ethiopian-Czech player Theodor Gebre Selassie. "Let's be honest, racist and anti-Semitic attitudes among Polish hooligans are a fact. But I strongly protest against stigmatising Poland as a country in which this phenomenon is growing," he said. Before the match some Russian fans insisted the security issue was overblown. "We won't be provoking anything," said Svetoslaw Sorokine, 33, who travelled 48 hours by train from Yoshkar-Ola, a city 800 kilometres (500 miles) east of Moscow, for the match. "Our supporters come in a spirit of peace to support our team, not to play politics," he added. Fellow fan Ilya Koulikov, a Moscow native, said fears of clashes among fans were being "fuelled by the media who are stoking the fire. People have come for the football." text source: *******sports.yahoo****/news/poland-russia-match-major-security-challenge-191325514--sow.html
15 Apr 2013
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