Putin visits Armenia • Champions France play in first World Cup match


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good morning! Russian President Putin visited Armenia, where he sees himself as a mediator in the conflict on the border with Azerbaijan. France, the 2018 World Champions, will play Australia in their first match of this World Cup.

Weather: A dry morning followed by some rain in the south and center in the afternoon. 6 degrees in the north to 8 degrees in the south, with moderate southerly winds. Rain moves north in the evening.

What can you expect today?

  • Russian President Putin visited Armenia. There he talks with Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan about the conflict on the Nagorno-Karabakh border. Putin sees himself as a mediator in this conflict.
  • The municipality of Beverwijk organizes an information meeting about this falling dust Near Tata Steel. The RIVM reported last week that it contained high levels of carcinogenic substances and lead.
  • Queen Máxima will visit the Troban Museum in Amsterdam. That is where the exhibition is currently being held Our colonial legacy Dutch colonial history is central to this.
  • In Qatar, Argentina will play Saudi Arabia’s national football team at 11am. Denmark-Tunisia and Mexico-Poland are in the program. The World Cup day ends at 8pm with a clash between defending champions France and Australia.

What did you miss?

The Dutch Children’s series Phlegm! The International Emmy Awards were presented in New York. The KRO-NCRV series produced by Amsterdam-based IJswater Films won in the Kids: Live-Action category.

Other news of the night:

Then this:

The Netherlands won the first match of the World Cup by defeating the African champions Senegal 2-0. Cody Kakpo scored the first goal with a header and substitute Davy Klaassen scored the second.

“Madness”, say Orange fans in Qatar after the game. “Very exciting, a little forced, only two chances. Brilliant! In the pocket!”

First reactions from Doha after Netherlands-Senegal:

Orange fans in Qatar: ‘Lucky with a good keeper’

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