for now. back to you. sarah: thank you. anyone who has been to jerusalem's old city knows it is a walk-through history. one tourist decided to do it something a little differently and walk over the history. she is one of the world's top flat liners and has walked between mountaintops and buildings. she says she was able to add to its history with her feet. you are up-to-date on "dw news." i'm sarah kelly. thank you very much. we will see you next time. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] >> welcome to focus on europe or take an up close and personal look at able across the continent. i'm michele henry, and you for joining us. chernobyl's heavy cloud still hangs over belarus. attacks on muslim women are on the rise in britain. in france, digging into the past the term chernobyl has become a byword for nuclear disaster. it is, after all, the name of the town in ukraine, then part of the soviet union, where one of the biggest nuclear accidents in history occurred.
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