tv Reporter - Lesbos and the Refugee Crisis Deutsche Welle December 16, 2017 5:15pm-5:30pm CET
have no desire to play games with the media not goldmines focus is firmly on remaining above dortmund in the standings after this weekend's clash. doesn't know if we need to be prepared even though there are a large number of dortmund players i'd injured even with their missing players they still have a top quality squad but so do we and we feel good going into the match twelve a hard fought battle is in store but dortmund are hopeful another win can mark the end of the wildly volatile part of their season. from c.c. . all. my first boss i was a sewing machine. where i come from women are bound by this notion for. something as simple as learning how to ride a bicycle it isn't. since i was a little girl i wanted to have a bicycle of my home and it took me as them until i. finally gave up and went on by
me and i say this but returned with the sewing machine sewing i suppose was more apt procreate for girls than writing advice and now i want to meet those woman back home who are bound by their duties and social rules and inform them about their basic rights my name is them out of the home and i wore them. to district cheer living in terrible in human conditions of moriah refugee camp there are over six thousand people at the camp right now the residence of less because our outreach to the authorities remain silent. filming is
strictly forbidden but with a hidden camera we accompany ahmed ahmed jeet into one of the most dangerous refugee camps in europe. can barely move his fingers it's the morning after another cold night on the greek island of les mis it and his friends ran out of firewood long ago. they'll use what's left of this cardboard box to he today's first cup of tea. from iraq now he's stuck in this makeshift camp outside the temperatures dropped to
four degrees celsius they don't have a heater they hardly have anything. we don't have a look at the we don't have a bathroom. or water. we are many. three but we don't have. a different here just. for the for the. next door is official refugee camp it looks like a high security prison build to keep refugees on the island until their asylum applications have been processed.
the camp is hopelessly overcrowded the application process can last more than a year and meanwhile more people keep coming filming is strictly forbidden are journalists. but ahmed wants to show us what's happening inside the camp so we follow him with a hidden camera. the air is filled with the stench of smoke garbage and feces. the united nations high commissioner for refugees or u.n.h.c.r. recently said that moria was dangerous for women and children but they are the ones who must stay here among the garbage dirt and appalling senate terry conditions. and if their asylum application is denied the appeal can stretch on for months.
they don't give people to leave it. will have security what. you see. is not really just one the. many refugees suffer from diarrhea probably due to bad food. and all the times that it was kind of. a local variable. and. who did i still think that's made a whole lot of. afraid that he'll be caught filming he's nervous and wants to leave as soon as possible. to look at this toilet it seems a matter of luck that worse diseases have been spread through the camp yet.
actually glad that there is no room for him at the official refugee camp conditions there leave him utterly speechless he had not imagined that europe would be anything like this. so i left my country. to europe because this is pure over it's peace to get peace when you're so. sure i should. but still. there's no. treatment so i'm sure. many refugees have taken matters into their own hands to stay warm now that it's getting colder they simply light old all
of trees on fire. these trees belong to local residents to feel this. when staley is visits his fields he has to struggle to maintain his composure. many of the trees have been burnt his family has been cultivating olive trees here for generations some are up to three hundred years old but about here to. learn about all these trees about there's nothing left these trees won't grow again they're finished there were on hundred twenty trees and now there's only four and i really can't give it your authority is going to stop this all compensator every night these people cut down the trees and ban them when i get god again. there's still ial shows us the hole in the fence where the refugees come and go.
well so far the police have ignored his complaints about the situation with this the. one aid organization is handing out food for refugees who live outside the official camp. at least hasn't gotten sick from this food yet but he had to wait half an hour for a small portion. of. that a little bit of luggage if not when she found out she does the booking on go on the shift or i knew it. would be. a. bright. idea to know that my my dinner. and such and i don't work. and i feel it's just great i mean it's about what you know you want and for every
one. big party like the refugee say there are often fights over food. my daughter would know. when you get. out of it he want there more food more but more water but god gave him. one more a good so that you know for him you know you want to. have about a real book about the you know when the going from one of the one of the earth. in addition to his olive trees field is also has several hundred sheep. but hungry refugees keep stealing them stelios says they've already slaughtered more than forty. below. zero zero zero zero zero zero zero zero zero for example they're not about going to be i want those guys the . last
time they even left evidence behind a backpack from the u.n. h.c.r. and a knife still ios has held on to these items like trophies. it's clear proof that refugees were here stelios has his own theory about why they kill his sheep. or here at the be nonnegative abstaining because they're hungry they kill the animals and sell them to the migrants ya know two people can't eat seven or ten sheep we found out that they sell them to the migrants i've seen people in the fields grilling the meat of a campfire as this is the what we're going to scott is kind enough to vote yes gibson in. the village of moria lies on a hill across from the refugee camp it too is in a state of emergency. field is another villagers need
to regularly to discuss various ways to deal with the situation and. that is about a block of of them the local mayor nikos truck haley's has just returned from talks with the greek government aneath and the news isn't good but is it. we are told of migration minister mr moore's solace about the problems that we're facing and about rumors that even more housing containers are on the way. he confirmed that more containers will be brought in as many as it takes. to get from the then he figures i can't have justice the prosecutor told me that asylum seekers are protected by no but we are not and if i fire another warning shots i'll go to jail the refugees can do whatever they like there will always be there. if things continue like this we could soon have violent confrontations
between refugees and local residents born until now we've been tolerant soft and things like that you know we're lucky there's been no violence yet but it's just a matter of time. trying to escape file and he doesn't want to be lumped together with those who break the law he wants to leave this island spot for now that's just a dream it's not allowed to board the ferry to athens. so. yeah. like. they waiting for. more. so we're blocking through. that still
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