Soccer - World Cup Spain 82 - Group Four - France v Kuwait
Spanish police surround the President of the Kuwaiti FA, Prince Fahid (wearing red kaffiyeh), as he discusses with his players the controversial circumstances surrounding France's fourth goal, which was scored when the Kuwait players had stopped playing, believing they had heard the referee's whistle. After a long stoppage, the goal was eventually disallowed
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Yorkshire RAF defence centre
The operational centre at RAF Fyligdales, Britain's early warning station perched atop the bleak Yorkshire moors. 02/08/00: MP's have recommended the Government should encourage Washington to seek other ways of dealing with the nuclear threat. * ...rather than pushing ahead with its controversial National Missile Defence (NMD) system. The NMD programme is a $60 billion ( 41 billion) system designed to protect the United States from rogue nuclear states such as North Korea. It relies on radar stations abroad, such as the Fylingdales early warning base in North Yorkshire. But opponents of the programme have expressed concern that it breaches the 1972 anti-ballistic missile treaty and could trigger a new arms race.
England v West Germany - 1966 World Cup Final - Wembley Stadium
England celebrate winning the Jules Rimet trophy after their 4-2 victory: (back row, l-r) Peter Bonetti (wearing tie), George Eastham, trainer Harold Shepherdson, Jack Charlton, Gordon Banks, Terry Paine (background), Roger Hunt, Bobby Moore, Geoff Hurst, George Cohen, Bobby Charlton; (front row, l-r) Nobby Stiles, Alan Ball, Martin Peters, Ray Wilson
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