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perhaps the message of peace and love will be fulfilled and the vector to the you read viva board that to me is actually already a fact and a good one to talk to him. in the autumn of two thousand and three booker traveled to lake lucerne and switzerland. stefan mackie director of the national theatre environment wanted to perform friedrich schiller's play william tell on the would lead meadow and asked the court to design the stand. according to legend this is where swiss rebels took their vows and founded their country the hood the meadow is sacred to the swiss. they come to get them then to move that. over on the good will.
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a few weeks later the car started to put his idea into action he needed sharpened tree trunks for the twenty six sculptures he wanted to place on the meadow twenty six the number of swiss cantons. each tree trunk was between six and nine meters long. the project took weeks and was a logistical tour de force. piece by piece the stage was assembled. a sort of forest emerged from the logs ropes and boulders between which the actors would later move.
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the seating can accommodate two thousand seven hundred people and crowds flocked to the ridley to experience stage sculpture. in the summer of two thousand and four two hundred years after its first performance william tell was stage of made the cars artwork. thanks. thanks. prevented two thousand and fourteen.
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the world tour of theirs man's inhumanity series arrives in cuba. the us does not face exactly that the that it makes me very happy that these words can now be seen in cuba. they result in something off like an illiterate dialogue that concrete expressed in language one that you can actually communicate only in pictures right now and us. the music. artists in havana was the last foreign stop of this work. over two decades the artist had taken his troubling exhibition around the world some viewers were disturbed by it and once there were even street riots but in all that time it never left people untouched.
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everywhere it went laid his work out himself and constantly saw it in a new light he was interested in places where societies were in a people where people could directly understand the message of this work. because. it turns out that this theme of man's inhumanity and the threat to man from man continues to this day and this time and the success of his exhibition has actually terrible because the issue has remained the same right if not actually gotten worse. the guy who could be as open if not just by. your former then there is a very well suited because they gave you and cite into the relationship between the
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individual woks. you can see almost all the pieces at the same time but they still have their own special places. in the film you would prefer that i find this exhibition which will be almost the last. has once again proved timeless because violence to people still continues that. i mentioned in the. book or always returns to his home on the rhine to do where he was a professor at the arctic cademy for twenty years. and he returns to his studio his workshop where he formulates and works out ideas and impulses he has collected on his travels.
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if it is mentioned dimension i have spent a long time exploring the theme of man's inhumanity to man and i now comes to an end of the course talent. this exhibition went to fifty seven countries with. empathy it becomes possible when it is based on vulnerability. and this compassion results in a common language. not necessarily the one the other person speaks and not the one i am talking in iowa. the challenge of this to ality is to have a calm that uniting in shed emotion inspires artists to transform this unique thing into an image. booker has long been fascinated by the persian poet hafez and he has dedicated thirty six watercolors to him hafez is considered persia's greatest poet. even
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good to admire him and was inspired by his verses. has created an idiosyncratic visual language to express himself a language that is understood cross borders people. that's good to. us you know you. could actually settle down now and rest but he says the real job isn't finished yet but i'm getting there. does this and it's a fantastic you gain strength through exhaust or you are still in the genesis of your work and exhausted yet you get new strength that's a miracle. slashing
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first on d w. d w. voters in germany are gearing up for federal elections on sunday both candidates for the post of chancellor are making a final push the latest polls have not been encouraging for martin schulz and his center left social democrats that trailing christian democrats by over wide margin surveys suggest her conservative block is likely to take about thirty six percent of sunday's vote. british prime minister to resign may has suggested a transition period of about two years after breaks it largely maintaining the status quo to allow a smooth changeover may outline the plan during
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a major speech in florence in italy a period of the mentation would be interest clearly people businesses and public services should only have to play one set of changes in the relationship between the u.k. and. so during the plantation period access to one another's markets should continue on current terms. may also said this instead of single market membership or a canadian style free trade deal u.k. would seek an entirely new model of economic partnership with the e.u. . emergency services in mexico are still working round the clock to find survivors after tuesday's seven point one magnitude earthquake officials say sniffer dogs and sensors have picked up signs of life at several krapp's buildings in mexico city nearly three hundred people are now known to have died in the quite . north korean leader kim jong un has leveled an unprecedented string of insults at
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u.s. president donald trump injuring as a test of a hydrogen bomb trump would quote pay dearly for a u.n. speech where he threatened to destroy the north from responded on twitter by referring to came as a mad man who doesn't mind starving or killing his people the war of words came a day after trump announced tougher sanctions on north korea. a regional court in catalonia has ordered the release of officials detained during a crackdown by spanish authorities they were arrested for their role in organizing an independence referendum deemed illegal by the country's constitutional court hundreds of pro independence supporters gathered outside the courthouse in the regional capital barcelona to demand their release tensions between madrid in catalonia are increasing as the vote planned for october the first draws near madrid has said it will deploy more police in the region to maintain order and to
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act if the banned referendum takes place. a conciliatory speech in the italian city of florence the british prime minister trying to kickstart her country's failing bragg's at negotiations against a backdrop of growing confusion when i'm stressed of a spring this is the day. the success of the e.u. is profoundly in national interest and the wider world. but having made this choice the question now is whether we the leaders of britain and the e.u. member states and institutions can demonstrate that creativity that innovation that ambition that we need to shape
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a new partnership for the benefit of all our people i believe we must and i believe we have a right i'm here because that vision i live in and i'm really really know that and i that britain and it. is and i think you can help me to have a. hold over here we've been assured we are a priority well it's america but when you listen to the whole speech there's very little new and mostly it's a reemphasizing some of the things she had said before. there are some signs. concessions are possible in areas like payments into the you financial perspective . but in the end it is still very very without any concrete offer on the table. also on the program as germany enters its final day of campaigning ahead of sunday's federal election we asked how the country's angry of voters might affect
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the final outcome. now turning to that brags that speech it was a concern your tree speech aimed at brae breathing new life into the stalled bags at negotiations speaking in the italian city of florence british prime minister tourism a trying to cast the process of separation in a positive light she made concessions proposing a two year transition after breaks it during which britain would continue to abide by e.u. rules and contribute to the blocs budget she also sought to calm the fears of europeans who live in britain and brits who live in europe. denied a vote denied a voice the u.k. prime minister to resign may's visit to florence has brought these british citizens together the majority live in italy and their concerns are plentiful pensions their future status in the european union and the u.k.'s relationship with the e.u. just a few of the major points to dog regs at negotiations. but yeah i think it's just
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down to clarifying what's going on. how it's going to affect everybody. you know i mean luke a bit. of europe as well and i'm really really a fan now than i am at the brits and it. was another year of the you know the hammers going on. over here we've been assured we are a priority well it's wearing a bit. nearby and amid tight security may arrived for what would be a lengthy attempt at breaking the deadlock in bragg's it talks which are set to resume on monday since u.k. voters cast their ballots in june twenty sixth dean and decided to leave the union london has been in a boxing ring with brussels both sides throwing punches over a range of issues migration being one of the most divisive to the six hundred thousand italians in the u.k. and indeed to all citizens who have made their lives in our country that we want you to stay with al you and we thank you for your contribution to our national life
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. and it has been and remains one of my first goals in this negotiation to ensure that you can carry on living your lives as before. may address the range of issues notably her hopes for a strong bond between the u.k. and the e.u. but let's think creatively beyond bishops about what we can achieve because as i said we start from an unprecedented position in terms of our current relationship with you we remember we're coming out but that enables us to build a different sort of partnership for the future may speech has been met with a cautious welcome in the u. the iconic flag of europe punctuated with gold stars is still very much a symbol of unity democracy and freedom for many british citizens march twenty nine thousand will signal the beginning of the end for britain's e.u. membership. and with me now in the studio david charter who reports for the london
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times here from berlin and you also based in brussels a little bit earlier just been telling me david i want to look at content first in the speech it is being criticized as a bit low on detail what's your take on the speech. well as you know the talks in brussels have not been going very well between britain and the european union about the divorce deal which is why of course the europeans were hoping for some more detail proposals exactly and they are scheduled to resume next week and so this speech was probably the wrong place to look for very very granular details of what's the reason is done is addressed the three key issues in the talks but only briefly so the subject of the irish border she said she doesn't want the physical border and that was it no further detail the subject of the payments she said britain will honor its commitments but that's a bit vague you know that is to find a commitment in a new direction exactly and then the status of e.u.
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citizens in britain and british citizens in the e.u. she said actually used the word guarantee that e.u. citizens would be able to continue living their lives as they do now in britain which again is very warm and welcome words but not really the fine detail any on exactly how it's going to happen in the many complications that arise around that you know such as family reunion and travel and once you really get into the detail but that's it wasn't the place for that that that now has to be delivered in the talks next week so this speech was more about mood about building bridges to brussels it was very much about mood but it was also we learned several important things and absolutely crucial was this two year transition periods which you mentioned that's absolutely vital for all those businesses who are totally unclear about how this brics it is going to work out for them as going to canada nerves of engineers and yes so if the brussels side agrees then the brics that process
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effectively takes four years rather than the two years that's planned in the official treaty britain will leave the european union in march twenty ninth teen but will effectively remain in all of its programs for. trade in the single markets and free movements of people for another two years just a quick word about reaction in britain you know how are the hardliners the brig's it is reacting to the speech are they screaming blue murder well i think they were prepared to i think i've seen some early reaction which suggested well it's a betrayal of people who voted to leave because they want to leave right now but i've also seen some more thoughtful reaction from some very hard line breaks it is peter bone a conservative backbench m.p. was a very tough bricks a to m.p. he's content with the plan that's been laid out because it gives an assurance of
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some stability during the leaving process but that britain is leaving on march twenty ninth twenty nineteen david i want to focus on something that may was saying in terms of the trade relationship between the u.k. and the e.u. she talked a lot about being creative that was a word she used a great deal she called for something that goes beyond anything that already exists for instance the recent free trade agreement the e.u. sealed with canada which is going to listen to her argument how she builds her argument listen to this as for a canadian style free trade agreement we should recognize that this is the most advanced free trade agreement the e.u. has yet concluded and a breakthrough in trade between canada and the e.u. but compared with what exists between britain and the e.u. today it would nevertheless represent such a restriction on our mutual market access that it would benefit neither of our
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economies not only that it would start from the false premise that there is no preexisting regulator the relationship between us and president suggests that it could take years to negotiate. we can do thorough much better than this dave if we can do so much better don't you think there are people in brussels who are saying this is the exactly the kind of delusional thinking that is getting in the way of progress. in these negotiations or britain britain wanting to leave the e.u. but still retain all the advantages of being a member well it would be delusional if britain as you said wanted to retain all the advantages with none of the responsibilities or the financial costs but that's not really what i heard today and i think the position is becoming a bit more realistic of course britain's deal with the e.u. has got to be better than canada's we have been in the single market for over forty
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years we're right next door with that we're going to be the biggest trading partner so it's going to be a deal which has to for the be better than canada because canada doesn't have a very good access to services it's not in the european single sky of course it's not it's it's in north america and and british airlines would like to be able to fly around the european single sky so there are many things which currently exist that have to be replicated which are way beyond the canada deal ok now expert reaction in brussels has been quite caustic we're going to listen to one of those experts fabby and zelig the head of the european policy center to his reaction. i think it will disappoint and frustrate the your leaders certainly in the briefings which the new leaders have received in the run up to the speech there was an expectation that more would be said but more signals of concessions were becoming
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so i would guess that in the end this just cements the view of your leaders the u.k. is no longer able to come to a coherent position on brics that. ok so one very disappointed expert speculating about how more one side or a white person wants is only it has to be because i understand what it means to create something for myself for me silver us to shop and. we're back with florence a few days after her release the nest do a home visit. see learn yochi i hear the question is can florence find a way back into her old life and how would the sisters react. they were quickly married off when florence went to jail. the eldest was the substitute mother the father had left the family.
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you. know. the social worker from the nest is there for the entire encounter and what is it closely. yeah in the mist and he hated the place and it was he wanted to die lawrence doesn't want to return to this place she says. all of them here would be too many. she didn't know or her sisters would be married by now and. again. florence says it wouldn't be traditional for her to move in here as well she prefers to live somewhere else. and if they need me they can visit me.
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hello and the. distances better a husband wouldn't like it if she were constantly with her sisters florence has made her decision. that. we wouldn't want to take her to a place that she doesn't want to leave or we'll go to the town where she wants to go and live and work and get a house then receive what business can be done then really integrate have deafening . despite all the problems and injustices in the country many kenyans have learned to turn then need into something positive they know they contra line on the state they take their fate into their own hand pity and then one to help them there's a growing number of change makers in kenya well educated people who are staying in the country in order to change things i believe kenya has
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a chance to turn around. the vision i have is to have responsible resourceful citizens how do we do it. by myself knowing that i have the skills for social work and community development how can my skills change the life of a young person. years to change the lives of other people then the trickle effect. the site saw i may have done my part another person is doing their part i think it's time now we started and learning from each other so that we don't repeat the same mistakes somebody else. went through. and move at a faster. every child in the slums now knows how important it is to go to school. to see.
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this. more and more young women are striving for a good education before starting a family. invest their. dad came out and. has been managed and. sustainable aid projects such as those offered by the charity. can help the people of kenya along the way but they have to achieve it themselves. i hope the nest will help me and i hope to become a seamstress. it will be a long time before nancy can say goodbye to the next before she's ready to make a new stone. but if nancy and her
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