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|BRATISLAVA， June 25 (Xinhua) -- Newcomer Slovakia reached the last-16 at Euro 2016 and will face very tough opponent， ruling world champion Germany. Slovak fans and players hope for win against them.
"Our heart， courage and willingness could help us to a good result. Germany is one of the top teams， great favourite， but we want to surprise them，" said right full back Peter Pekarik， player of German Bundesliga team， Hertha Berlin， who knows very well the majority of German players.
"We know and respect the qualities of Mesut Ozil， Julian Draxler or Mario Gotze. But we hope that our coach set again a good tactics on Germany，" pointed out Pekarik， refer to a friendly match in Augsburg， two weeks before Championship， where Slovakia beat Germany 3-1.
Coach Jan Kozak don't give any importance to the last match. He knows that Germany have played in France strong and won Group C without any goal in its net. They beat Ukraine 2-0， Northern Ireland 1-0 and had a draw with Poland 0-0.
"A very tough match is in front of us. Germany has an experienced and excellent team with several stars，" said Kozak. His team finished on third place in Group B after losing to Wales 1-2， beating Russia 2-1 and drawing with England 0-0.
Slovakia have shown very solid defense with strong performance of goalkeeper Kozacik， who denied more than ten English shots in the decisive game of the group. Defenders Martin Skrtel， Jan Durica， Tomas Hubocan and Peter Pekarik belong to the best defensive line in the Euro 2016. Slovak offensive play is built on the captain of SSC Napoli， Marek Hamsik. The midfielder with typical punk haircut scored wonderful winning goal against Russia and his performance will be crucial for potential Slovak success against Germany.
The game will come in Sunday evening in Lille， the lucky city for Slovakia after win against Russia. Pekarik said that this match could decide by one goal.
LONDON， May 10 (Xinhua) -- A test paper and its answers were leaked online Monday night ahead of a test on Tuesday that thousands of Year 6 pupils in England were to sit.
The spelling， punctuation， and grammar test for about 600，000 English schoolchildren aged 10 and 11 was posted to a website on Monday by test supplier Pearson， a contractor of the Department for Education， local media reported on Tuesday.
The leakage meant lists of words students could be asked to spell on the test could be easily downloaded， copied and distributed a day before the exam， local media said.
The Department for Education confirmed the test paper and its answers were uploaded to a website by Pearson and appeared online for four hours on Monday evening before being taken off the site. The education department said they were investigating the incident.
"The site can only be accessed by Pearson's approved markers， all of whom are under secure contract. Any distribution of materials constitutes a clear breach of that contract，" a department spokesman said.
A source from the education department said the act was an "active campaign by those people opposed to our reforms to undermine these tests，" adding a "rogue marker" had attempted to leak the test contents.
Considering the test wasn't leaked to the public， the education department said the test had not been compromised and the results would still stand.
It was the second time a test paper had been leaked in the past few months. A test of spelling， punctuation and grammar for half a million pupils aged between six and seven had to be scrapped after a testing agency mistakenly included the actual test paper within a bundle of practice material published three months earlier.
The new tests， recently introduced to the primary school national curriculum， have been described as "rigorous" and have sparked controversy. Many parents and teachers have complained the tests are too difficult for the children.
On May 3， a number of parents in England kept their children home from school to protest the tests. Nearly 50，000 parents signed an online petition calling for a boycott of primary school tests.
RAMALLAH scarpe air max 97 uomo , Dec. 29 (Xinhua) -- Israeli troops on Monday shot dead a Palestinian teenager in the the occupied West Bank city of Nablus, witnesses said.
Israeli soldiers at Za'tara roadblock scarpe nike air max 97 uomo , south of Nablus, opened fire on a group of Palestinian teenagers http://www.airmax97nuove.it/ , killing the 16-year-old boy, according to the witnesses.
Israeli Radio quoted the army as saying that a group of Palestinian teenagers were throwing stones at the roadblock when the soldiers opened fire.
The army added that one of the boys was injured and died later.
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The army said it has launched an investigation into the incident.
Palestinians rally in Gaza calling for ending Israeli blockade
GAZA, Dec. 28 (Xinhua) -- Hundreds of thousands of Palestinians demonstrated all over the Gaza Strip Sunday air max 97 scontate , calling for ending Israeli blockade imposed on the coastal enclave, in addition to the launching of an internationally-pledged reconstruction process.Full story
2 Israeli border policemen stabbed in East Jerusalem
JERUSALEM nike air max 97 italia , Dec. 26 (Xinhua) -- Two Israeli policemen were stabbed on Friday morning in Palestinian East Jerusalem in an incident suspected as a "terrorism attack."
Israel's rescue service said that a 19-year-old Border Police officer was stabbed in his neck, while his partner Nike Cortez Classic Nylon Nere Bianche Scarpe Saldi , a 35-year-old officer, was stabbed in the hand when he tried to help his friend.
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