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Croatia tramples World Cup photographers, then apologizes with kisses

Croatia tramples World Cup photographers, then apologizes with kissesHappy World Cup, everyone! Team Croatia was (understandably) hyped while celebrating a much-needed goal against England in the semi-finals on Wednesday. In the midst of their victory charge, the team accidentally trampled a few unsuspecting photographers who were just trying to do their jobs.  SEE ALSO: England fans storm London IKEA after World Cup win over Sweden Image: Thanassis Stavrakis/AP/REX/Shutterstock #CRO piled on top of the photographers after scoring a huge extra time goal pic.twitter.com/FPaDQoEepn — Marcus Gilmer (@marcusgilmer) July 11, 2018 The photographers kept on snapping though. Image: Frank Augstein/AP/REX/ShutterstockThe incredibly sweet Croatian players apologized by helping the photographers to their feet, and much like an overbearing grandma during the holidays, smothering them in hugs and kisses. If they had more time, Team Croatia probably would have asked, "Did you eat?" before pinching the photographers' cheeks.  Team Croatia apologizes to photographers after accidentally trampling them celebrating a goal in the #WorldCup pic.twitter.com/FMlkr0cIyE — Brian Koerber (@bkurbs) July 11, 2018 My favorite moment of the World Cup so far. Croatia accidentally knock over and dog pile on photographer. Then they all kiss him and celebrate with him. #CROvENG #EnglandvsCroatia pic.twitter.com/3nvFC3I2lI — Kyle Saylor (@Robotized) July 11, 2018 Viewers agreed that the moment was one of the most wholesome things on television. The Croatian players celebrating that goal, crashing into the photographers area, and then apologizing to the camera man and giving him a kiss on the head is the best moment of this World Cup. — Pete Hines (@DCDeacon) July 11, 2018 Awesome that Vida just kissed the photographer that Croatia ended up piling on to. — Jeff Carlisle (@JeffreyCarlisle) July 11, 2018 And fellow journalists dreamed of being that photographer.  Croatia won 2 -1 against England on Wednesday, dashing English dreams as Croatia advances to the finals.  WATCH: Neymar's World Cup 'injury' gives us the top-notch memes we've been waiting for


Stocks, oil prices slide on trade war worries

Stocks, oil prices slide on trade war worriesBy Hilary Russ NEW YORK (Reuters) – Concerns about an escalating U.S.-China trade war made markets topsy-turvy on Wednesday, with U.S. stocks breaking a four-session winning streak and Brent crude prices seeing their biggest one-day drop in two years. Metal prices also slumped after U.S. President Donald Trump’s threat overnight of 10 percent tariffs on another $200 billion of Chinese goods dampened hopes that Washington will eventually step back from the escalating row. Trump has said he may ultimately target more than $500 billion worth of Chinese goods – roughly the total amount of U.S. imports from China last year.