Als Nacht von Sevilla (oder als Thriller von Sevilla) wird das Halbfinale der Fußball-Weltmeisterschaft in Spanien am 8. Juli im Estadio Ramón. Juni Etwa bei der WM , als der Italiener Gentile den jungen Maradona vorsätzlich aus dem Spiel trat und Torwart Schumacher den Franzosen. Juni Auftaktniederlage bei der WM Die Blamage von Gijón Zwei Jahre zuvor hatte die DFB-Elf bei der EM in Italien gegen Belgien. JuliDeutschland - Spanien 2: Sie sortieren sich zenmate sicher und suchen nach attraktiven Kapitalanlagen. Hauptsache nicht rot, hab ich mir gedacht. Für die einzelnen Kontinente waren die Teilnehmerzahlen fest vorgegeben. Frankreich konnte in der Gruppe D hauptsächlich aufgrund der famosen Leistung gegen Nordirland 4:
However a more serious challenge occurred after the Syrian invasion of Lebanon in The resulting government repression included abusive tactics, torture , mass arrests, and a number of massacres [ citation needed ].
In July , the ratification of Law No. Throughout the first years of the s the Muslim Brotherhood and various other Islamist factions staged hit-and-run and bomb attacks against the government and its officials, including a nearly successful attempt to assassinate President Hafez al-Assad on 26 June , during an official state reception for the president of Mali.
When a machine-gun salvo missed him, al-Assad allegedly ran to kick a hand grenade aside, and his bodyguard who survived and was later promoted to a much higher position smothered the explosion of another one.
In an incident in , over residents of Hama were killed by security forces, in a revenge attack for an Islamist terror incident. An army unit searching the old city "stumbled on the hideout of the local guerilla commander, Omar Jawwad aka Abu Bakr and were ambushed.
Other insurgent cells were alerted by radio and "roof-top snipers killed perhaps a score" of Syrian soldiers. Reinforcements were rushed to besiege Abu Bakr who then "gave the order for a general uprising" in Hama.
According to author Patrick Seale , "every party worker, every paratrooper sent to Hama knew that this time Islamic militancy had to be torn out of the city, whatever the cost Besieged by 12, troops, the fighting in Hama lasted for three weeks — the first week "in regaining control of the town," and the last two "in hunting down the insurgents.
He cites reports of high numbers of deaths and shortages of food and water from fleeing civilians and from soldiers.
According to Amnesty International , the Syrian military bombed the old city center from the air to facilitate the entry of infantry and tanks through the narrow streets; buildings were demolished by tanks during the first four days of fighting.
Large parts of the old city were destroyed. There are also unsubstantiated reports of use of hydrogen cyanide by the government forces.
After the initial attacks, military and internal security personnel were dispatched to comb through the rubble for surviving members of the Muslim Brotherhood and their sympathizers.
Initial diplomatic reports from western governments in had stated that were killed in the fighting. Robert Fisk, who was in Hama shortly after the massacre, originally estimated fatalities at 10,, but has since doubled the estimate to 20, Reports by Syrian Human Rights Committee claimed "over 25,"  or between 30, and 40, people were killed.
After the Hama uprising, the Islamist insurrection was broken, and the Brotherhood has since operated in exile while other factions surrendered or slipped into hiding.
Government attitudes in Syria hardened considerably during the uprising, and Assad would rely more on repression than on political tactics for the remainder of his rule, although an economic liberalization began in the s.
Particularly damaging to their cause was the deterrent effect of the massacre, as well as the realization that no Sunni uprisings had occurred in the rest of the country in support of the Hama rebels.
Most members of the rebel groups fled the country or remained in exile, mainly in Jordan and Iraq , while others would make their way to the United States, the United Kingdom and Germany.
One, more moderate and recognized by the international Muslim Brotherhood, eventually headquartered itself in the UK where it remains, while another for several years retained a military structure in Iraq, with backing from the government, before rejoining the London-based mainstream.
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El Salvador El Salvador. Juli um Group 3, where the opening ceremony and first match of the tournament took place, saw Belgium beat defending champions Argentina 1—0.
England won 3—1 and qualified along with France over Czechoslovakia and Kuwait , though the tiny Gulf emirate held Czechoslovakia to a 1—1 draw.
In the game between Kuwait and France, with France leading 3—1, France midfielder Alain Giresse scored a goal vehemently contested by the Kuwait team, who had stopped play after hearing a piercing whistle from the stands, which they thought had come from Soviet referee Miroslav Stupar.
Stupar reversed his initial decision and disallowed the goal to the fury of the French. Maxime Bossis scored another valid goal a few minutes later and France won 4—1.
In Group 5, Honduras held hosts Spain to a 1—1 draw. Northern Ireland won the group outright, eliminating Yugoslavia and beating hosts Spain 1—0; Northern Ireland had to play the majority of the second half with ten men after Mal Donaghy was dismissed.
Spain scraped by thanks to a controversial penalty in the 2—1 victory over Yugoslavia. At 17 years and 41 days, Northern Ireland forward Norman Whiteside was the youngest player to appear in a World Cup match.
Brazil were in Group 6. The Soviet Union prevailed 1—0 in the next match over Belgium. West Germany put the pressure on England in their second match by beating Spain 2—1.
Argentina now needed a win over Brazil on the second day, but lost 3—1 — Argentina only scoring in the last minute.
Italian centre back Gentile was assigned to mark Brazilian striker Zico, earning a yellow card and a suspension for the semi-final.
The Brazilians threw everything in search of another equaliser, while Italy defended bravely. Both aimed at the same shot, Rossi connecting to get a hat trick and sending Italy into the lead for good.
In the 86th minute Giancarlo Antognoni scored an apparent fourth goal for Italy, but it was wrongly disallowed for offside. In the dying moments Dino Zoff made a miraculous save to deny Oscar a goal, ensuring that Italy advanced to the semi-final.
In the last group, Group D, France dispatched Austria 1—0 with a free kick goal by Bernard Genghini , and then defeated Northern Ireland 4—1 to reach their first semi-final since In a re-match of the encounter in the first round, Italy beat Poland in the first semi-final through two goals from Paolo Rossi.
In the game between France and West Germany, the Germans opened the scoring through a Pierre Littbarski strike in the 17th minute, and the French equalised nine minutes later with a Michel Platini penalty.
In the second half a long through ball sent French defender Patrick Battiston racing clear towards the German goal. With both Battiston and the lone German defender trying to be the first to reach the ball, Battiston flicked it past German keeper Harald Schumacher from the edge of the German penalty area and Schumacher reacted by jumping up to block.
Play was interrupted for several minutes while Battiston, still unconscious and with a broken jaw, was carried off the field on a stretcher. After French defender Manuel Amoros had sent a metre drive crashing onto the West German crossbar in the final minute, the match went into extra time.
Six minutes later, an unmarked Alain Giresse drove in an metre shot off the inside of the right post to finish off a counter-attack and put France up 3—1.
But West Germany would not give up. Then in the th minute Germany took a short corner and after France failed to clear, the ball was played by Germany to Littbarski whose cross to Horst Hrubesch was headed back to the centre towards Klaus Fischer , who was unmarked but with his back to goal.
Fischer in turn volleyed the ball past French keeper Jean-Luc Ettori with a bicycle kick , levelling the scores at 3—3. The match went to penalties , with France and West Germany participating in the first penalty shootout at a World Cup finals.
With Germany handed the lifeline they needed Littbarski converted his penalty, followed by Platini for France, and then Rummenigge for Germany as the tension mounted.
France defender Maxime Bossis then had his kick parried by Schumacher who anticipated it, and Hrubesch stepped up to score and send Germany to the World Cup final yet again with a victory on penalties, 5—4.
France would go on to win the European Championship two years later. In the final, Antonio Cabrini fired a penalty wide of goal in the first half.
Exploiting the situation, Italy scored twice more on quick counter-strikes, all the while capitalising on their defence to hold the Germans.
With Gentile and Gaetano Scirea holding the centre, the Italian strikers were free to counter-punch the weakened German defence. In the 83rd minute, Paul Breitner scored for West Germany, but it was only a consolation goal as Italy won 3—1 to claim their first World Cup title in 44 years, and their third in total.
This particular World Cup was organised in such a way that all of the matches of each of the six groups were assigned stadiums in cities near to each other, in order to reduce the stress of travel on the players and fans.
The 24 qualifiers were divided into four groupings which formed the basis of the draw for the group stage. FIFA announced the six seeded teams on the day of the draw and allocated them in advance to the six groups; as had become standard, the host nation and the reigning champions were among the seeds.
The seedings and group venues for those teams were tentatively agreed at an informal meeting in December but not officially confirmed until the day of the draw.
FIFA executive Hermann Neuberger told the press that the seeding of England had been challenged by other nations but they were to be seeded as "the Spanish want England to play in Bilbao for security reasons".
On 16 January the draw was conducted at the Palacio de Congresos in Madrid, where the teams were drawn out from the three pots to be placed with the seeded teams in their predetermined groups.
The teams were then drawn one-by-one and entered in the groups in that order. The only stipulation of the draw was that no group could feature two South American teams.