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on the political agenda it's true as you say that none of the nine nuclear weapon states nor many of those are three example the nato states have not signed up to it but over one hundred twenty governments worldwide have indicated their support for the treaty when it was drafted and they're now considering signatures and their benchmark adherence to the treaty so i think that is a pretty big shift and i think what's worth emphasizing is that they the campaign and the ban treaty and the peace prize award are all encouraging at least five of those nine nuclear weapon states the the five permanent members of the u.n. security council to do what they have signed up to do because under article six of the nonproliferation treaty from one thousand nine hundred seventy nearly half a century ago they are committed to achieving you can do some and they've gone some way towards that and there are a few nuclear weapons today than there were in the end of the cold war but there's still fifteen thousand warheads left in the world so there's a lot of work for those weapons states to do and encouraging governments to do what
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they will probably already promised to do seems to me pretty commonsensical thing to go for and in practical terms do you think this award for i can well boost to now or give new impetus to these efforts internationally to achieve a nuclear ban yes i do think so i don't know that this will be the thing which finally generates success for that for them and fought for their campaign but i think it must push the conversation forward and give it more profile you know after all when is it that the first item on news reports around the world has been discussing the proposition to create a nuclear free world so that no it's already achieving that effect of greater coverage and greater consciousness. dan smith a director of the stockholm international peace research institute thank you very much for joining us thank you my pleasure. well on social media lots of
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reactions to the announcement already a director general with the european commission stefano months or v.c. writes congratulations i can on the two thousand and seventeen peace nobel prize or determination to be a nuclear weapon free world must continue the nobel prize twitter account praise the winner for being the leading civil society actor in the effort to achieve a prohibition of nuclear weapons under international law tim wright the asia pacific director of icann has responded to the announcement saying a great honor that we have just been awarded the nobel peace prize two thousand and seventeen for our work to outlaw nuclear weapons and let's talk more about the significance of this war and with scott lucas he's a professor of international politics at the university of birmingham scott thank you very much for joining us your reaction to this announcement well i think i echo a lot of what dance nests and that the nobel peace prize is not always for what has
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been achieved it is for what we hope can be achieved and this was a message of hope today that the double committee recognizing that we actually are on a bit of a downward spiral over nuclear weapons the north korean crisis threats to the possible nuclear deal to the nuclear deal with iran that was signed only two years ago tensions over the future of russian activity as well as existing large stockpiles that the u.s. house and of course the fact that israel continues to have under certain core weapons all of that is in play and i think that the committee sort of draws our attention to that but they do a second thing and they say that by recognizing i can't which is a civil society group they say what this just isn't a matter where you look to presidents or chancellors or prime ministers that you to you know as an activist can make a difference you know you can make your voice heard you can inform yourself on this and i think that's laudable. it's got this does come at
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a time you mentioned the iran nuclear deal it could be unraveling a u.s. president on a trump seems to be set to abandon this agreement let's listen to what he had to say on this last night the iranian regime supports terrorism and exports violence bloodshed and chaos across the middle east that is why we must put an end to iran's continued aggression and nuclear ambitions they have not lived up to the spirit of their agreement. scott how damaging will it be if donald trump abandons this deal oh it will be very damaging you know the fact is that this agreement has successfully contained iran's nuclear program iran has agreed to this has complied with the agreement despite what trungpa said it opens up the door to try to talk about other issues in the middle east but i think
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a word of caution here trump actually i think took a step back from withdrawing from the agreement yesterday while he said the u.s. would decertify iranian compliance you know he effectively kicked the issue across to congress and said well you decide what to do about it why because his senior adviser said this is still a worthwhile b.-o. we should not scrap it and that again is where activism like that if i can and like that of civil society can make a difference in keeping that message heard and scott do you think the nobel committee's announcement might weigh on washington decision makers minds i think very little ways on double trump's mind other than what donald trump things but i think for those who are around him his national security advisers i think they will take note right scott with us from the university of birmingham thank you so much for joining us on the program thank you and we will have more on the nobel peace prize announcement and its significance that's on our website w dot com. staying in
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the us a members of the las vegas police department have gathered to remember a police officer who was one of the people killed in the mass shooting on sunday charleston heart feels widow and their son and daughter were surrounded by several hundred people during the memorial hartfield was off duty attending the festival when he lost his life to the shooting of fifty eight people dead and many more wounded now gun lobbyists in the u.s. are calling for more regulation of a device used by the shooter that allows weapons to fire faster meanwhile investigators are still trying to understand what his motives for police say the las vegas shooter stephen paddick rented a room at his downtown hotel the ogden during a music festival last month called life is beautiful it's not clear why he made the booking. reasons that ran through patrick's mind is unknown but it was directly during the same time his life if you. we have received recovered evidence
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from that location we don't know if it is evidence but we have recovered items and video it was from another hotel the mandalay bay that patrick fired the shots which killed fifty eight people attending a country music festival route ninety one and injured nearly five hundred investigators have recovered a note and several surveillance cameras from the scene they now believe the shooter intended to escape after the massacre and did not initially plan to kill himself police also hope that this woman mary lou danley will be the key to unlocking the motive in a statement read by her lawyer danley denied any knowledge of his sinister plans. he never said anything to me. or took any action that i was aware of. that i understood it anyway to be a warning that something horrible like this was going to happen. investigators say
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the shooter appears to have led a secret life that he spent decades acquiring weapons and ammunition they described him as disturbed and dangerous near the scene of the worst mass shooting in modern u.s. history those caught up in the aftermath are still left asking how could it have come to this let's move now to some other stories making news around the world top hollywood proof producer harvey weinstein has apologized after the new york times published an exposé alleging decades of sexual harassment against women weinstein is taking a leave of absence from his movie studio his hits occlude academy award winning films like good will hunting and shakespeare in love. at least twenty two people in central america have died after a tropical storm unleashed heavy rains storm not they had costa rica nicaragua and honduras and is moving north and forecasters say that not they could strengthen into a hurricane headed for the united states. northern germany has been hit by
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a massive storm that's left at least seven people dead and forced the cancellation of transport services in many areas the german weather service says when sweeping the region hit speeds of one hundred eighty kilometers per hour. to spain now where the crisis over catalonia has bid for independence is worsening in madrid pro independence campaigners including catalonia as police chief are being investigated for sedition meanwhile in barcelona the catalan government has signaled that it will defy spain's highest court that's after it ordered catalan leaders to suspend a planned parliamentary session on monday to discuss independence. it's the latest twist in a political crisis that's dividing not only spain but also catalonia a crisis that seen both sides digging in and refusing to budge. the council president says he's representing the will of his people there were
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a majority of catalan voters did not take part in sunday's independence referendum the spanish government says he's acting outside the law by trying to enforce an illegal referendum result that happens happens mr putsch demands messages a journey to nowhere because there is no democracy outside the law there is no courage existence there are no rights outside the law for a long time is to put demand has been living outside the law outside reality and outside sanity. in barcelona people say they just want the politicians to make a deal. i'm very well aware of the problem we're facing and the solution must be found this is like a divorce there's no coming back you cannot divorce today and get married to morrow . the situation is very tense we've reached the stage where the spanish and catalan governments need to ease tensions they need to talk and international mediation would be perfect. for the deadlock continues the separatists have called for
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mediation but the spanish government says it won't enter dialogue until they drop their threats of declaring independence. correspondent funny for char is standing by for us in barcelona with the latest hi funny what are you hearing there is the headline parliament really going to defy that court ruling and convene on monday anyway. assuming the foreign minister of catalonia who apparently made those comments to british media saying that they're defiant and they're going to press added that some of it that session that problem intercession on monday the form is just passed by just before and i want to ask exactly about that why you choose not to comment on anything right now ever if you listen to the comments made yesterday by the president of the catalonia parliament yesterday as a reaction to that decision of the constitutional court anything but positive but
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rather defiant the president of the catalonia parliament that this is going to curtail of freedom of expression that this is going to censor the parliament if they cannot go and basically do what they should be able to do as a part of the autonomous region of spain so as you as you can hear it's pretty much . similar to yesterday that they are going to push the cuttlebone and government is going to press ahead with their road map and possibly the clearing independents on monday funny meanwhile we've also heard the news that the catalan police chief was questioned by spain's national court tell us more about that. in fact the police chief of mosul is this regional police here in catalonia yes he was summoned today mother did but he's on his way back to barcelona it's unclear what the exact consequences are going to be to the accusations that he's basically
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been been been part of sort of supporting the anti or over the supporters of independence here in barcelona by not really helping the spanish national police both prior to the referendum but also on the referendum day to crack down on the referendum vote so that's the main claim here the main accusation of sedition he is not the only one who is facing that i.q. zation also the has of two civic platform civic organizations who are supporting independence facing sedition as well so pretty much of the spanish government is trying everything to actually not only to appear really powerful and strong but also to clamp down on people that they believe are acting against the law and funny just very briefly if you can what about the people there in barcelona are they prepared to push forward with his bid for independence at all costs.
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the ones who are really passionate about independence don't care about anything that comes out of a moderate they are ready to pay the price they say both economically but also when it comes to violence which they hope it's not going to happen but they say they are ready to fight this all the way make sure that catalonia is becoming independent but of course then again you have people businesses especially have very much worried and there are few banks here who are considering to leave catalonia altogether and put basically their legal all of this to outside of catalonia. funny future for us in barcelona thank you. well as we just heard there are big miss businesses in spain they are already reacting to the events that are taking place in catalonia let's get more on that with god that's right sumi as funny just mentioned spain's fourth largest bank banco subbuteo has decided to move its registered office away from the province of aceh will officially be based further south in early come to process the banks says will take only
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a few days it's the first major sign that the wealthy regions push for independence from spain because caraway big business. bank which is based in barcelona says it's also considering a similar move both banks' fear of cattle and declaration of independence could see them kicked out of the euro zone and out of your jurisdiction of the u. of p. and central bank. well let's check in with our financial correspondent only balances standing by in frankfurt really why is it so important for these spanish banks to stay out of the jurisdiction of the european central bank. well i think it guarantees that they will survive catalonia declares independence and indeed if the process should go ahead and catalonia is a no longer part of spain it would no longer be a part of the e.u. or a member of the euro zone and i think that's the main concern and it would also not fall under the jurisdiction of the european central bank anymore and the european
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central bank here and his customers and shareholders that there is sound regulation on board the e.c.b. supervisors are looking at the bank to see if they do everything correctly and at least depositors deposits are guaranteed within the european union who knows what any kind of guarantee if there was one in catalonia would look like and last not least the european stability mechanism kind of a complicated word would also not apply but the e.s.m. this stability mechanism means nothing less nothing less than guaranteeing that someone is there to step in with a lot of money if countries are banks should come into trouble. only in frankfurt everybody is waiting for germany's blue chip in the exact to the thirteen thousand points mark at the moment it's not quite there yet will it hit it today briefly if you can yes it could if u.s. labor market data comes in at
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a point where the markets say that's great for us or if there's no bad news coming from catalonia let me just look now no it's still below thirteen thousand points and thirteen thousand is just psychologically very important it would mean in any case another record high here for the day will advance in frankfurt thank you very much well right now there are in addition to you and me roughly seven point five billion other people on this planet and the u.n. estimates there will be roughly ten billion of us and twenty fifty one of the most important questions facing humanity is this how are we going to feed all these people for this tional farming will likely not yield enough but i'll turn it on the horizon a dutch company says it will have an official meat ready for the market in just three years. there's nothing like the taste of a freshly cooked beef burger but mark post wants it without the beef the researcher
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has been busy for more than a decade developing a method to artificially grow muscle tissue in a lab test tube of beef so to speak then in twenty thirteen came the breakthrough. the stem cells he needs can come from a steak or a cow and the animal doesn't even need to be slaughtered the first burger created from the artificial meat cost around two hundred fifty thousand euros but mark says his idea is on the verge of revolutionizing the way we eat my personal vision is that at some point you know twenty thirty forty years from now we will eat culture no longer for us i will probably look back at this time as sort of barbaric that we still killed animals and used animals to such a degree for our meat consumption. but until then he's got competition there are other future foods on the horizon insects for example are packed with protein and nourishing snack even if many westerners can't yet bring themselves to fight
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between the liquor locust a whole host of looking to convince shoppers of the whites. other companies are placing their bets on plant based nourishment to helping to better use the space that cereals or vegetables need to grow to that end then looking up literally vertical gardening could soon be making a contribution to the diets of people worldwide. insects and vertical gardening box one of the inventors of the official meat that we've seen in the report is joining us now mark possed is a professor for physiology at the maastricht university in the netherlands and a co-founder of most certainly the dutch company that wants to bring the first lab grown beef to the market mark thank you very much for joining us this morning first things first what does it what does it taste like and don't say like chicken.
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now if it tastes like beef actually. it did the first version was still pretty dry because there was no that issue in it but we're now also growing that issue so the second one should be a lot better. do you actually like it to enjoy beef in general i love it yeah and so do a lot of people that's the problem. so when can we stop killing cows. well that first hamburger will be on the market in about three years all the companies that are working on this seem to think the center along the same lines that will still be small scale in order to replace the entire industry which is obviously a massive task that will probably take more like decades so currently that this bug would cost two hundred fifty thousand euros that's a bit steep for my taste one cannot buy one for two years and fifty cents maybe.
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as i said in three years on the market probably around ten euro for a hamburger so not quite at two fifty in order to get it to fifty or even lower than that the technology needs to improve we know where to improve it it just will take another couple of years to get there. it sounds a bit gimmicky at the moment but will it really help feed the world as the solve the problem of monitor nutrition in the world. yeah the problem with meat or animal proteins in general is that there are very expensive it costs a lot of resources to get there and this production method has in it that it can be much more efficient so much more efficient use of resources and then if we trance form to death we can easily feed ten billion people using its adapt this technology is adaptable is it complicated can it be can factories spring up anywhere in the
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world it's not very complicated we actually thought of designing a machine to do it at home so it is that easy you can you can transfer it for me to do something that you can do at home and so if you can do that you can do it pretty much at any scale anywhere in the world marc klaas professor of moscow at the university thank you very much for joining us this morning welcome and that's all for me. thank you god we just have time for a minder of our top story at this hour this year's nobel peace prize has been awarded to the international campaign to abolish nuclear weapons the nobel committee and also praise i can say africa to establish a global treaty outlawing the devastating weapons at a time of renewed nuclear tensions. thanks for watching everyone back at the top of the hour.
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a. ha unplugged. the first in the history of this legendary norwegian band. find out why are going
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acoustic and one else their fans can expect from the. d w. offline. we take football personally. as all is money coming from and how is it affecting football. the beautiful game. business still fun. in sixty minutes d w. w's program guide. lights. the whole. dot com highlights. on the steps of central asia.
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an expedition in search of an ancient denizen of kazakhstan the saigon antelope species such mammoth time. or year ago scientists found evidence of a mysterious catastrophe i saw with my own eyes the first hit saigon. killed so many of them and for those that are live in danger and. distress find out more in our interactive internet documentary w dot com site. thanks to ginny and to the site today we are talking music travel and arts but
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before we get things on the way his think pick out a few of the topics coming up. about the rest why beilin is one of your most never. checking and honest guy into the tourist trap and prong. home improvement how to make a stylish d.i.y. flake to show. they sold more than eighty eight million since they forms thirty five years ago and now this that. aha back with a new album but always in bad displays up got back together several times but this time around they are getting along swimmingly and maybe that's because they're working on all the cost six maybe it's because they're working with a new stripped back rule composition whatever the reason we love the result and i hope that they are backed.
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goes acoustic this is the first time the band has done this on stage. the concert skylanders part of the m.t.v. unplugged series along with familiar hits new songs like this is. their request for them to play without electric guitars and amplifiers was a welcome opportunity for singer morton harkat keyboardist. and guitarist. they withdrew for two weeks to a recording studio to work out the new arrangements for us but we've been.
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playing with the idea. of doing songs. that it's been sort of on the table several times for. oceanview provided the serenity that helped them open up a new to their songs. and. the result is an album with seventeen newly recorded classics songs and two covers. working on this album brought the three musicians closer together. and it's always sort of a sweet thing because we were. united just really. this is a great. let's go to. the two concerts for
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m.t.v. unplugged took place in. in front of audiences of just two hundred fifty people the group says these were the most intimate performances today. got their big break internationally in one thousand nine hundred five with take on may the song success was due in large part to its groundbreaking video its mixture of comic book style illustrations and live action one of the best music videos ever produced. morton harkat became one of the biggest teen idols of the eighty's. but in the ninety's the band had a slump and members devoted themselves increasingly to solo projects to. two thousand comeback with summer moved on. the song stormed the charts in europe
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but the musicians had long since shared their boy group in which. the music became more serious like the two thousand and five singles selling. on the group's ninth studio album foot of the mountain synthesizers featured prominently. i thought to try to make this. quite simple and quite precise and quite clinical and. kind of. a little bit more energetic than just one band split up again. back in two thousand and fifteen there acoustic arrangements reveal undiscovered aspects of their songs. brings. some of the songs
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when you do something kind of a. take on the. version it brings out what essentially is there in. a sort of. melancholic structure. you know suddenly you're surprising scienter because. differently but at the same time i think you would recognize it very intimately because it's been there all the time. starting in january fans will have
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a chance to experience without electronics and in a flash that's when the norwegians kick off that m.t.v. unplugged. and on the twenty ninth of january aha will come to have been a in all great city which we have the chance to explore all through the year but then is great in fact all seasons of the year because there's so much to do here and that is why it's made into the top five year opinion cities to live in as ranked by the british magazine monaco we all know the reasons why it's so highly rated but if you don't then the editor of the magazine will fill you in. berlin's best known landmark the brandenburg gate. decided the german parliament the reichstag with its glass dome. just
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a stone's throw away museum island. the german capital is home to some three point six million people and that number keeps growing it's one reason why berlin along with munich ranked third in london based lifestyle magazine monocles list of the world's most livable cities. what are going to be who will be the cities that will emerge as the new capitals of europe but not just capitals of finance are not just capitals of tech but real places where people want to live so even though prices are on the rise it's still incredibly expensive to get a great flat in berlin and certainly a great work space as well especially if you're comparing it to or sitting in london so livability and really cost of living was with a big component. in this year's ranking berlin also scored high when it came to architecture. the city boasts everything from old bill how many in style buildings
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to modern office towers like it potsdamer platz and new structures are constantly adding to the changing cityscape. and there's something that you can't measure but it's that spirit of promise of the city has as well you just you just said opportunity and that is they're just another street that you can turn around and say that's really like to open up your can do to hire that is the place that you might want to start publishing works and i think that in berlin you always see sort of promise and opportunity in so many quarters that sense that anything is possible also draws artists to the city they're attracted not only by the still affordable rent but also. by the diversity of berlin's art scene there's always something new happening like this temporary street art gallery one hundred sixty five artists from seventeen countries created murals and installations in a building slated for demolition two months later. in the summer
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there are free open air concerts featuring well known musicians classical music for everyone. and sometimes people just start to tango in the heart of the city it might look spontaneous but dancers arrange their flash mob rendezvoused over the internet they meet tango and then go their separate ways one of the interesting things we've seen in berlin is how the residents and visitors alike have been able to take over parts of the city of course there's always been this slightly. bout that the city has. this anarchy is most evident during the summer months when people lay claim to every free inch of space few major cities have as many public parks and green spaces as berlin the german capital is surrounded by forests and lakes. it has three thousand lakes and bodies of water around it of course if you are berlin or you know that it's there but i think probably if you're sitting in madrid
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or you're sitting in naples or is the new york you don't think about all of the great places that you can escape to get a short amount of time on a bike on the jump in your car and be you know on a lake sailing or have you do it. from and also has plenty of lakes and rivers within the city limits and some one thousand bridges more than venice you can go for a swim in a floating pool in the river spray in public pools and at beaches. the best known public beach is van's a in the southwest of the city it's abundance of leisure activities contributed to berlin's third place ranking as one of monocles most livable. he's in the world even though it's not all smooth sailing here. for then has a number of challenges no question but at the same time the present and array of opportunities. this year the main criteria for determining the most livable cities
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were affordable living space a wide variety of cultural activities and good infrastructure for instance a comprehensive subway and commuter train network accessibility by air played a limited role in the rankings luckily for berlin as its new airport which should have opened in twenty eleven is still under construction it's got wonderful table we love t.x. because it's in our view it's an airport a they shouldn't close down it's a way that all born airports should be the trigger pull up curbside and walk straight to your flights and sadly i guess it will go away which is which is unfortunate. like many berliners the staff at monaco magazine would like to see table remain in operation that would make the city as attractive by day as it is by night berlin is the perfect place to dance till dawn. thanks to the magazine for ranking our cities so highly here we turn now to the
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express news and the nobel prize winner for literature. as find out who it. the swedish academy in stockholm has announced the winner of this year's nobel prize in literature festival ishiguro. the british author with japanese roots is being honored for his quote novels of great emotional force born in one thousand nine hundred four she go to a published his first works in the one nine hundred eighty s. his most successful novel is the remains of the day which was also made into a film kazuo ishiguro receives more than honor because the prize comes with a nine hundred forty thousand euro purse. full of custom has won the windsurfing world championships the twenty three year old won the windsurf world cup held off the german island of silt on wednesday. rough weather
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with guelph eight wins gave the win seven style a toss to display his nerves of steel. above it was simply perfect i managed everything i wanted to do today. it was so difficult to do everything before it's just unbelievable. so long pause due to injury this fulfil to have been shipped title months full of return to the ranks of the world's top professional windsurf as. the young tried pfaff result has begun in london one hundred sixty galleries with walks by one thousand artists represented here at one of the world's most important contemporary art venues. it's a moment where the whole world comes to london and a few summer sales taking place already here today. non-commercial projects are also being shown in london for example this performance on the theme of female
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identity but. one of the emphases of the show and regent's park this year is welcomed by feminists. artists. lovers comparators works at the phrase all through song. when you visit a new city of course go and see all of the prominent landmarks the monuments surrounding them all cafes and restaurants that are overpriced and determined to make money at a tourists so wouldn't it be nice to have an honest guy who shows you the local hot spots well if you go to youtube and type in on his guy that is exactly what you'll find. if you have prague castle across the river a stroll across the charles bridge. the capital of the czech republic extracts
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throngs of as it is in summer and winter alike tourism is big business inflated prices and rip off on every corner. and have declared war on tourist traps today is the ice cream test the best. is. this today we're going to show for best. film small yannick gives us the honest goods on prague. if we want to show places that we like ourselves for example we tell people where to go to drink beer ok because cup of coffee comes to mind is made out of because of this because downtown prague is a minefield and. the best ice cream in prague is definitely not that but today we're going to show you the great ice creams in prague that we were there video clips are shown on the check online t.v. channel and on you tube. more than two million people watch our videos every month
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we notice the effect because we're often recognized in approached on the street. a . little you tube is almost does this norwegian for example thanks them for their tip about affordable beer. i've seen all of their videos and when they showed me this place it just seemed like a really cool place to go because then middle of the city center and all the other places where there are really expensive and tourist traps. sixteen seven million people visited prague and the numbers are still growing for local residents that means overcrowding rent increases and cation. but yannick and honey. as they try to make the best. but also what's a bit about some of the i'm proud of i love this city it's fun for me every day i
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want visitors to have fun memories of progress. so janick and will continue to act as honest guides were exposing scam artists and sharing discoveries. look thirty forty. how lovely of them to seven knowledge i know it's cream and how hard is that is what sorry is doing as well she's one of our report is and a big fan of d.i.y. so she shares her ideas with us on the show if you ever feel like you need more space in your home then why not try making her float shelves i think they have a great beach feel to them. cheap simple and all the better because you made them yourself. hello my name is. on your own very.
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look they're rare and they go in a room you can use a provokes of decorations as well as. you'll need a glued wood board a pencil and a ruler. jude rope one and a half to two meters for each side. a power drill and a spade bit which you can get at any hardware store but make sure the bit is about the same diameter as the jute rope a brush or rubber band if possible and your choice of paint as ari has decided on a chalk paint in pastel mint green. and you'll need to circle books and plugs to attach the shelves to the. first measure the positions of the drill holes they should be located five centimeters from both outside edges of the positions with a pencil. with calculated a distance of five centimeters from each of the two outside edges and made a little mark with a pencil next put two pieces of wood under your board and drill all four poles
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through the wood with the spade bit. you sand paper to smooth down any ragged drill holes. now you can paint the board with your choice of paint. you should also paint inside the drill holes with a smaller brush. and once the first side is thoroughly drive you can paint the back as well. to protect the surface and make it scratch resistant for daily use apply some cream wax to it with a cloth. finally put the ends of the jute rope through the holes and not the ends on every side. tie a knot halfway up each rope with a loop just big enough for a finger to pass through. didn't later on you can hang the shelves on the circle hooks another tip post its are great for catching dust from drilling just stick one
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on the wall under the hole and crease it. then drill the holes using an eight millimeter bit. now push in the wall anchors and screw in the circle hooks. now you can hang your shelves use a level to make sure they're straight. but. you can also not several. but remember that length off the do troops accordingly. is a good tip and if you won't more of those on interior design why not check out. your design at its best and check out our you tube channel d.w. interior design stunning design ideas spectacular buildings and d.i.y. tutorials on home decoration we'll take you inside the most beautiful european
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homes show you the latest in furniture fabrics and accessories subscribe and don't miss out see you on youtube. and we finished the show today with more creativity or sent me someone who has a passion for it we met a german architect whose home is full of art and i'm not just talking pictures on the wall here she have a vase collection and there's something in pretty much every room in her house the majority of it inspired by berlin and like the city itself collection is ever expanding. with all that's. come in. in apartment to people who want to view how collection just make an appointment fast. and.
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fun for me is how the people who come in here react and the questions that. i'm fine and when they start getting excited about the. i meet the people and talk about the art with them. and whole apartment is filled with hot weather in the kitchen. bronzes in the bathroom. in the hallway. is a major part of action their interest in art began in her parents' home. came and went all the time. and would give me a present. as a young architect i had no money to buy anything and then in the art scene i got to know my husband and later it was a pleasure for us to buy a small work. and our collection just kept growing. for example with.
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unbelievable. to be a sunny a phenomenon starting october fifteenth on d w neo phony. this is the news live from berlin a peace award for increasingly dangerous time. the new nobel committee has decided to award the nobel peace prize for twenty seventeen. to the international compay and to polish new clear weapons
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nobel judges choose icann as the risk of atomic warfare breaking out rises for the first time in a generation. and catalonia as government says its president carlos which among will address the regional parliament on tuesday that's after spain's highest court barred cattle on lawmakers from meeting on monday to debate the region's independence. i'm sumi so much condo welcome to our program committee and also has awarded the two thousand and seventeen nobel peace prize to the international campaign to abolish nuclear weapons also known as i can the nobel committee weighed up nominations for two hundred fifteen individuals and one hundred three organizations in the end they chose icann for reviving efforts to prohibit nuclear weapons at
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a time of renewed global tensions. this prize is a tribute to everyone everybody working for disarmament we have focused on i can because we feel the norwegian nobel committee. they have taken a leading rome in really vice to nice saying this process they have managed in. admirable mana to combine. a popular engagement almost becoming a grassroots movement. well the executive director of i can said the group was overjoyed at the award from the nobel committee it's in such a important signal to everyone who's worked tirelessly for a new kid assignment for since one thousand forty five in which it's a huge tribute to the survivors of new connections here. in japan and also the
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nuclear test victims in marshall line and scott external geria on united states around the world. so it's a really it's an issue that doesn't get enough attention and influence and i think that this crisis just really make it worth all of those hours and. the years that people have spent working on this. well let's get some reaction to the announcement with dan smith he's the director of the stockholm international peace research institute dan thank you for joining us your first thoughts when you heard i can one i think it's a very appropriate choice i really do i was thinking before i am. told. the committee decided to direct attention towards their weapons issue because it has been rising up this year in a way that we haven't seen for decades really because people are beginning to be aware of increasing their reps and i think that they have done
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a look committee that is have done it rather cleverly by pointing to a group to a campaign which is imagining a nuclear free world and imagining an alternative to the risks that we see today so i think i think that to be congratulated on their choice america has to be congratulated as a very worthy recipient than i can as a campaign as you said that's imagining a nuclear free world at the same time none of the nine known nuclear powers have signed up to a nuclear weapons ban in that sense what has this organization achieved. well i think first of all they have achieved the nuclear weapons and is there on the political agenda and it's true as you say that none of the nine nuclear weapon states nor many of those are three example the nato states have not signed up to it but over one hundred twenty governments worldwide have indicated their support for the treaty when it was drafted and they're now considering their signatures and
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their benchmark adherence to the treaty so i think that is a pretty big shift and i think what's worth emphasizing is that the the campaign and the ban treaty and the peace prize award are all encouraging at least five of those nine nuclear weapon states the. five permanent members of the u.n. security council to do what they have signed up to do because under article six of the nonproliferation treaty from one nine hundred seventy nearly half a century ago they are committed to achieving you can do some and they've gone some way towards that and there are a few nuclear weapons today than there were in the end of the cold war but there's still fifteen thousand warheads left in the world so there's a lot of work for those weapons states to do and encouraging governments to do what they've all probably already promised to do seems to me pretty common sensical thing to go for and in practical terms do you think this award for i can well boost to now or give new impetus to these efforts internationally to achieve a nuclear ban. yes i do think so i don't know that this will be the thing
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which finally generates success for that for them for their campaign but i think it must push the conversation forward and give it more profile you know after all when is it. the first item on news reports around the world has been discussing the proposition to create a nuclear free world so that. it's already achieving that a sense of greater coverage and greater consciousness right dan smith the director of the stockholm international peace research institute thank you very much for joining us thank you and there's been lots of reactions to the announcement on social media you know esko director general irina bokova called the decision a resoundingly call to global responsibility and stronger diplomacy for peace the nobel prize a twitter account praise the winner for being the leading civil society actor in the effort to achieve a prohibition of nuclear weapons under international law tim bright the asia
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pacific director of icann has responded to the award announcement saying a great honor and that we have just been awarded the nobel peace prize two thousand and seventeen for our work to outlaw nuclear weapons and possibly referring to u.s. north korean nuclear tensions one tweeter writes let's hope future historians won't note the irony i can winning the nobel peace prize on the eve of nuclear war and let's talk more about the significance of this war and with scott lucas he's a professor of international politics at the university of birmingham scott thank you very much for joining us your reaction to this announcement well i think i call a lot of what dance has said and that. the nobel peace prize is not always for what has been achieved it is for what we hope can be achieved and this was a message of hope today that the nobel committee recognizing that we actually are
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on a bit of a downward spiral over nuclear weapons the north korean crisis threats to the possible nuclear deal to the nuclear deal with iran that was signed only two years ago tensions over the future of russian activity as well as existing large stockpiles that the us house and of course the fact that israel continues to have under clinton for weapons all of that is in play and i think that the committee sort of draws our attention to that but they do a second thing and they say that by recognizing i can't which is a civil society group they say what this just isn't a matter where you look to presidents or chancellors or prime ministers that you to you know as an activist can make a difference you know you can make your voice heard you can inform yourself on this and i think that's laudable israel has got this does come at a time you mentioned the iran nuclear deal it could be unraveling a u.s. president on a trump seems to be set to abandon this agreement let's listen to what he had to
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say on this last night the iranian regime supports terrorism and exports violence bloodshed and chaos across the middle east that is why we must put an end to iran's continued aggression and nuclear ambitions they have not lived up to the spirit of their agreement. scott how damaging will it be if donald trump abandons this deal. oh it will be very damaging you know the fact is the disagreement has successfully contained iran's nuclear program iran has agreed to this has complied with the agreement despite what trump has said it opens up the door to try to talk about other issues in the middle east but i think a word of caution here trump actually i think took a step back from withdrawing from the agreement yesterday while he said the u.s. would decertify iranian compliance you know he effectively kicked the issue across
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to congress and said well you decide what to do about it why because his senior adviser said this is still a worthwhile deal we should not scrap it and that again is where activism like that if i can and like that of civil society can make a difference in keeping that message heard it's got do you think the nobel committee is announcement might weigh on washington decision makers minds i think very little ways on donald trump's mind other than what donald trump things but i think for those who are around him his national security advisers i think they will take note right scott this from the university of birmingham thank you so much for joining us on a program and there's some more on the nobel peace prize announcement and its significance on a website do you have a dot com now there are moving on to some other news in the u.s. members of the las vegas police department have gathered to remember a police officer who was killed in the mass shooting on sunday charleston heart feels the widow when their son and daughter were joined by several hundred people
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during a memorial hartfield was off duty attending the festival when he lost his life. to some other stories making headlines around the world top hollywood producer harvey weinstein has apologized after the new york times published an exposé alleging decades of sexual harassment against women weinstein is taking a leave of absence from his movie studio his hits include academy award winning films like good will hunting and shakespeare in love. the body of the former iraqi president jalal talabani has arrived in the country from germany where he died on tuesday at age eighty three taliban he stepped down as president in two thousand and fourteen following a stroke he was the first iraqi president of kurdish origin and has been hailed in death as a unifying figure in a rocky politics. and at least twenty two people in central america have died after a tropical storm unleashed heavy rains storm nate kosta rica nicaragua and honduras
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and it's moving north forecasters say the nade could strengthen into a hurricane headed for the united states to spain now where the crisis over catalonia has bid for independence is worsening catalan leaders have said president cardless push them all will address the regional parliament on tuesday it is unclear what he'll say or whether lawmakers will also defy an order handed down by spain's court it says they're barred from holding a parliamentary session on monday to discuss the region's bid for independence. it's the latest twist in a political crisis that's dividing not only spain but also cost alone. a crisis that seen both sides digging in and refusing to budge. the castle president says he's representing the will of his people there were a majority of catalan voters did not take part in sunday's independence referendum the spanish government says he's acting outside the law by trying to enforce an
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illegal referendum result that happens happens mr putsch demands messages a journey to nowhere because there is no democracy outside the law there is no courage existence there are no rights outside the law for a long time is to put demand has been living outside the law outside reality and outside sanity. in barcelona people say they just want the politicians to make a deal. i'm very well aware of the problem we're facing and a solution must be found this is like a divorce there's no coming back you cannot divorce today and get married to morrow . the situation is very tense we've reached the stage where the spanish and catalan governments need to ease tensions they need to talk and international mediation would be perfect. for the deadlock continues the separatists have called for mediation but the spanish government says it won't enter dialogue until they drop
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their threat of declaring independence. earlier we spoke to our correspondent funny for char in barcelona and i asked her if the catalan parliament was really going to defy that court ruling. assuming the foreign minister of the loony who apparently made those comments to british media saying that they're defiant and they're going to press added that side of it that session that problem intercession on monday the pharmacy just passed by just before and i want to ask him exactly about that why he choose not to comment on anything right now ever if you listen to the comments made yesterday by the president of the catalonian parliament yesterday as a reaction to that decision of the constitutional court it sounded anything but positive but rather defiant the president of the catalonian parliament that this is going to curtail of freedom of expression that this is going to censor the parliament if they cannot go and basically do what they should be able to do as
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a part of the autonomous region of spain so as you as you can hear it's pretty much . similar to yesterday that they are going to push to have the cuttlebone in government is going to press ahead with their roadmap and possibly the clearing independents on monday. well the political turmoil in catalonia starting to hit big business as well go ahead we'll have more on that coming up in one minute. when the history books mark brought to life. maybe the stories there and we'll get
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to rewrite. the story of the russian revolution. from the perspective of writers thinkers and kong artists. and what did it feel like to live in times of revolution and the people. and to the russian art revolutionaries. nineteen seventeen the real october starting october twenty fifth on d w. at. the exodus has begun spain's full flop as the bank has decided to move its registered office away from catalonia to the regions push for independence from spain scare away big business now. in the eyes the highest number of on
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the nars people in the world experts say. food can. prizes but who can afford it. on cyber criminals are on the move more and more german companies are falling victim to them and all the attacks originate from one country. this is your business i'm glad elf is welcome. it's the first major sign that the wealthy regions push for independence from spain could scare away big business spain's fourth largest bank bank but there has decided to move its registered office away from count alone it. will officially be based further south now and only come to process the banks says will take only a few days question about which is based in barcelona says it's also considering a similar move both parents fear that council and declaration of independence could see them kicked out of the eurozone and out of the jurisdiction of the european
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central bank. let's check in with our financial correspondent only vance's standing by in frankfurt really why is it so important for these spanish banks to stay under the jurisdiction of the european central bank. well i think it guarantees that they will survive catalonia declares independence and indeed if the process should go ahead and catalonia is a no longer part of spain but no longer be a part of the e.u. or a member of the euro zone and i think that's the main concern and it would also not fall under the jurisdiction of the european central bank anymore and the european central bank here and his customers and shareholders that there is sound regulation on board the e.c.b. supervisors are looking at the bank to see if they do everything correctly and at least depositors deposits are guaranteed within the european union who knows what any kind of guarantee if there was one in catalonia would look like and last not
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least the european stability mechanism kind of a complicated word would also not apply but the e.s.m. this stability mechanism means nothing less nothing less than guaranteeing that someone is there to step in with a lot of money if countries are banks should come into trouble. in frankfurt everybody is waiting for germany's blue chip in the exact to the thirteen thousand points mark at the moment it's not quite there yet will it hit it today briefly if you can yes it could if u.s. labor market data comes in at a point where the markets say that's great for us or if there's no bad news coming from catalonia let me just look now no it's still below thirteen thousand points and thirteen thousand is just psychologically very important it would mean in any case another record high here for the day. in frankfurt thank you very much.
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right now there are in addition to you and me roughly seven point five billion other people on this planet and the u.n. estimates there will be roughly ten billion of us in twenty fifty one of the most important questions facing humanity is this how are we going to feed all these people traditional farming will likely not yield enough but alternatives are on the horizon a dutch company now says it will have artificial meat ready for the market in just three years. there's nothing like the taste of a freshly cooked beef burger but mark post wants it without the beef the researcher has been busy for more than a decade developing a method to artificially grow muscle tissue in a lab test tube of beef so to speak then in twenty thirteen came the breakthrough. the stem cells he needs can come from a steak or a cow and the animal doesn't even need to be slaughtered the first burger created from the artificial meat cost around two hundred fifty thousand euros but mark says
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his idea is on the verge of revolutionizing the way we eat my personal vision is that at some point you know twenty thirty forty years from now we will eat culture no longer for us i will probably look back at this time as sort of barbaric that we still killed animals and used animals to such a group for our meat consumption. but until then he's got competition there are other future foods on the horizon insects for example are packed with protein and nourishing snack even if many westerners can't yet to bring themselves to fight between the liquor locust a whole host of looking to convince shoppers otherwise. other companies are placing their bets on plant based no rush meant to hoping to better use the space that cereals or vegetables need to grow to that end then looking up literally vertical gardening could soon be making
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a contribution to the diets of people worldwide. and maybe organic food can help india has the highest number of undernourished people in the world some farmers say part of the reason is that the land is so contaminated with chemicals that the food it produces has virtually no nutritional value there's no move afoot to introduce organically farm food stuff organic food is beyond the price range of people but the trend is at least evidence of the growing consciousness of healthy eating our reporter cuts at kepner is on that story in new delhi. in the heart of new delhi crowds gather for the sunday morning farmers market. stalls test and organic produce free from chemicals fertilizers and pesticides. and most of the customers belong to india's growing middle class some of the products cost twice as much. i would
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prefer to not spend much more money because i feel that this is something that we deserve and we should get and in fact i think the chemical bit is so bad that you end up spending more money for your health care afterwards if that would do it no good you don't get better broke for your body or everything as has come to the armory bitterness is that it would be a crime because the risk is going towards organic food you must be a reason for that so why do we have to go through the same cycle we first go to g.m. and then come back to organic. as an organic farmer who lives south of india's capital has a bit of his career has taken a huge. seven years ago he owned a software company but sold it to become an organic foma. because it doesn't sit on the your native not by money but passion he says decades of chemical you have destroyed india's soil and he wants to help turn things around there is an absence of life in the soil. rich fundamentally means that all your god is
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crops which look andy don't have all the nutrients that human beings need and. harsh ses india's government gives to organic farmers that given empty promises and the money just lives into the cities. but the number of organic farmers is growing steadily thanks to increasing demand from the city's online retailer i say organic now supplies ten thousand households. they offer around two hundred products including free two vegetables. you actually can pull founded the company in twenty eleven which now employs about fifty people. in the business to give them the old one of the biggest challenges in this young market is knowing whether or not the certified products offered by the farmers are what they claim to be it is about as i. already have to go beyond certification do our own
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quality checks and sort of make sure that the farmer selection the product selection process with those filters so i think you know for that reserve occasion becomes more of a formality than of actually adding value and making our lives easier. in the future wants to offer other products like organic bread. he hopes his new range will convince even more people to go organic. cyber criminals are on the move and more and more german companies are falling victim to them in a recent study almost half of them said their computer networks have been attacked and half of the attacks come from russia. when machines all the supplies over the internet the foreman organizes production via smartphone and everything is digitally linked you could say that a company's future proof but the likelihood is it will also have opened its digital dollars to the possibility of criminal attacks these are on the rise although only
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the biggest of them get media attention the want to cry attack in may this year was one example the malware shut down entire systems and demanded a ransom to unlock data companies in germany know the risks and according to a survey it's always the same suspects the main perpetrator is russian forty five percent of executives to see russia as a particular threat china is not far behind a third of respondents in germany believe that hackers from inside the u.s. could digitally spy on their companies or launch cyber attacks against them with the several damages can be a. better reputation you will face in the market. seeing current media really there's about a large hack in the past for sure this damages your appreciation you can have a direct financial impact you can also simply lose your complete business if now product information got stolen the product can be produced much much cheaper and
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under and in our country by some estimates german companies are already losing fifteen billion euros annually due to cyber attacks and analysts say criminal groups are constantly planning the next big assault. celebrity chef jamie oliver has moved into the mills on wheels market when his vehicle was transformed into a mobile kitchen the s.u.v.s loaded with unusual features including a toaster in the center console and a slow cooker right next to the engine motors also used to run different kitchen appliances and even to cerate for barbecues that drove a special vehicle operations for the forms of this s.u.v. it's customized cars just like jamie all of us cooking. and that's it from me on the business team member then thank you very much for watching bob.
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offline we take football personally. i do it. when as all is money coming from and found that affecting football. the beautiful
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game big business still fun family tests. next on details. luxury gun international talk show for journalists discuss the topic of the week germany's recent national election has triggered a huge debate about divisions between east and west so how divided is germany and for that matter your find out on quadriga. quadriga in sixty minutes on d w. where i come from. we have to fight for a free press and was born and raised in the media telling the thank our ship with just one t.v. shadow and a few newspapers with official information as
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a journalist i have walked off the streets of many congress and their lives are almost the same for two sourcing according to a lack of the freedom of the press. corruption with on the fourth to stay silent when it comes to the fans of the humans on the scene or microphones who have decided to put their trust in us. my name is jenny paris and i work a day dolly. thank you for your.
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money rules the world in the world of football too and some people aren't happy about that. they got this. one pushing the list for the whole game kick off life got its reporters on the case thomas neil félix. felix looks at the big picture and the whole circus surrounding the game. nails is still helping an ethiopian footballer to find a contract facing clubs financial interests and other issues. while thomas sets out to find the untouchable christianity when although i know this. seems a privileged parallel world. we ask going to speak at stars cordova and most in baghdad as well as the fans ten percent of the money for social projects
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it's never. take a trip back in time what is money doing to the beautiful game let's find out. now. according to robert live and dusky football is pure capitalism so if you're right. back when i kicked my first ball the game was just pure fun. that it was actually about winning and also playing as a team. i even made it into the men's team of my village. today i'm a football reporter which now means covering things that have little to do with the
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game as such. such as the spectacular two hundred and twenty two million euro transfer of name to paris. that's presumably what robert live and he was referring to the president to some snout changing hands in the game but why have transfers become so astronomical. i thought i'd ask somebody who advises people to invest in the game. is not tunisia and he should have a machine and a marketing machine he says a push he can speak to speak it has a feeling this kid can not sponsoring so basically using the games emotional appeal to sell stuff. like a pair of boots costing over three hundred euros but is there really a need to fork out two hundred and twenty two million for one player there must be
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more to it than that p.s.g. zone as a link to the qatari government which already has an unfair assessment of riches so i choose football for him this month since i've taken off the piston distance kataki who explained if you can connect to. him click on the impact he has not taken over pay for it almost at an event metoprolol wants to this can alter course just sooty qatada site soon got going it's something to think of opening the human in the holidays so it's more about image and parading record breaking players like trophies meanwhile of course thousands of people are currently working under a polling conditions under stadiums for the twenty twenty two world cup in qatar wouldn't the country's image benefit more from investing in better treatment of these workers. amnesty highlight of the range of labor buzy concha people who claim it was an exorbitant recruitment fees having to pay delight living in the polling
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legality accommodation and also forced labor but why is qatar even able to invest so much money in the game what about you a first financial fair play regulations. stuff they sell them up for her to separate a fair full bore. so was the skate. of this day she is fighting for the devil be a force like the suggestion decided on here in the swiss town of neil no it's not the secret den of a james bond betty it's the headquarters of you a father and it was here that europe's football authorities ruled that collapse could not spend more than they had but some do. we will try to. persuade. the stakeholders to obey the rules but if not we will have to use. sanction and you have to sanction. properly to be in the zero way for itself makes a tight profit from the game and given the ongoing corruption allegations levelled
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at its officials what are we expected to believe. we're trying to do. as much good for football as possible i know that it's hard to believe because you don't have. good experiences you said it but for economists and philosopher bigotry does these are just and words. come from the country percolate. from the financial company he says is the hounds of feeling go ahead of its infancy and up it might. just have a different year punch that. has his own approach to this some of the manchester united midfielder launched common goals projects that encourages his fellow players to donate one percent of their earnings to charity. it's a simple idea that drives change but it will only work if we come together. so federal players come to join me to change the game for the well intended move by
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moto right to just image management but while money is still talks fans are not powerless often hinder as a kind of compromise contador called them a call from the same game. by going to the fans or coming in this week often times it's on there's a fanatical call from novices have first of it say goodbye to football all together that's not going to happen given the global fascination with the sport today's young fans are used to the clubs becoming the playthings of billionaires for those born in the previous millennium development seems increasingly be disturbing although some are clearly more alarmed than i myself am. because the scale of this year. those kick a ball to the village pitch the commercialization of the game. perhaps we can live
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with both faces of football. marketing and merchandising and also what was originally and in some places still is. our top five landmark transfers. and eight hundred ninety three willie groves moved from west bromwich albion to local rivals aston villa accused of having poached the striker villa were forced to pay a then mind boggling transfer fee of one hundred pounds and promptly won their first league title with groves. a couple of years and transfer records later move almost double the world record. proved to be a wise investment for barcelona for whom a new era began that has lasted to this day.
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in the one nine hundred eighty s. diego broke the world transfer record twice in three years second time from barcelona to napoli for what would now be twelve million euros fans would say the awesome argentinian was worth every cent. in two thousand and thirteen broke the one hundred million euro mark to sign gareth bale from tottenham. paid for this guy sure the transfer prices would now settle down for a while. p.s.g. shattered the world record for neymar. to circumvent financial fair play rules the first billion dollar man.
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the bookies on the go between the hope and the hope. he's actually waiting for them to reach for the club the higher the raising transfer fees can make them stronger and stronger by the full to small club to just camp because more and more week i don't think that snowboarding again will be on your own if there's no benefit for all humanity if they out earning so a lot of money they have a chance also to give a lot of money if this band for example ten percent of their money for social projects it's nothing. yes yes i think so. i think it's young but. if your club three balls are not strong enough it needs money. and us to have it be such that
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for every every every year we have the cool. boston or not they would they did one in the last two years mostly. campin lots of money but the same times in this world when a big success with little. somebody a blimp assume i miss you a least a city if my club have a good trade insistence of the company air i don't need to pay anyone any club transfer fees i think you can be successful your money but you can create your own money if i had the pure first section. we are working for free with our heart and our success is that the kids who are on the drug traffic saudi us. i want to be a global talker if so write to us at kickoff at d. w. dot com it's for me. people say christianity rinaldo plays on
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a different planet he's also the highest paid player in the world so he lives on a different planet too and is pretty difficult to get close to our intrepid reporter tom must try nonetheless. the best place to train behind this. training ground. somewhere.
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and this is. i'm thinking of how to get closer to the superstar. even get to ask him a question after. this is where my quest begins. and when i go has a lot of press conferences or some. other. thing to note. that. there's no other come out of the must always deal for them because.
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i'm not going after. in a few minutes time the room will be opened up to give journalists brief a look at the training session. among the journalists queuing up is carlos from digital offense and to top he's met before. he came away with a lot of people's acuity family friends and i see well this is not the a normal this is not like i think of the person so. the universe of the terminal is so big is a songbird in that to really we can not to imagine. how. the
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universe is run. and now it's open sesame as we rushed outside for a priceless ten minutes fanning the stars it's amazing to see them all so close must send more tritch running rings around coach sit on the stage and receive hitting balls up in the so where does we're not all practice is legendary for this one is said to have broken a young fans on the way. i was i was. fantastic i make the big journey to get that extra bit closer to the fans to. see training somewhere else on his own but we have to go now. perhaps this camera man knows how i can meet the stars. but. the players want to write.
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like me might. say. they love playing. this way but they have another one but i don't know the other one well maybe. here on the back this is certainly you know. maybe i can catch up with christiane at the training ground exit next time if i got lucky on he says c r seven. as we've seen professional football and money are now inseparable. we
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asked. about the subject. as a striker at outscored he hails from venezuela where an economic crisis has led to widespread poverty and social unrest. we also had to berlin. he is from switzerland famed for its scenery and. two players from two different worlds. by sidling give each of us about going to think about unified field yeah. yeah. yeah but i. don't.
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know where. the army. what are your. rights making by mentioning. a condom on top want to spin. this is a country to speed up your procedure to get. in on.
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the microscope because this was made to me. also been some concept to much question physics beholding of this being is if you only super special. i mean. whether a player comes from a country in economic trouble or one of the richest nations on the planet footballers tend to have a similar attitude towards money. our friends many of them today also wants to be a professional footballer driving fancy cars and drinking fancy drinks for five of our series for many young street.
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still looking for. one of the biggest young talents in this home country if. i had to take him home to my family to get him back on track. they couldn't integrate him although he was top. in preseason can he still make his dream happen and become the first if he opium in the bundesliga. no integration problems with my family at least. the first thing we wanted to know the next day what is the internet saying about race and not signing. but the club didn't write down
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anything. for going to get a contract because of what to do with its. fans. sixty percent said the players should sign here. now. germany's biggest newspaper broke the news no contract for binny but first we had something to celebrate. johnny and the m share a birthday on july eighteenth a news nineteen in johnny turns for. my. neck. and while being young is celebrating the rest of the day chatting to his family and friends in ethiopia johnny's proving that he is
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a real party. the next day we step up our efforts. binyam to stay top fit and meet to find a cure for my toss turns out to be the heart of its. pretty confusing to see a young player with so much talent and commitment not being a scientist by exploring a lot of goals and friends. one reason could be clubs trying to reduce their sports and payrolls but the clock is ticking. expires soon. and i miss a call from an unknown number. so i return the call to the unknown caller and beany was back in the game. the bus tensional from the second nation agency says he has organized trials for us so we take the train to life.
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but logic is only meeting second division side at our interested in what is the name of. our may not be the most famous club but its local rivals of drislane they are curious to see beany were told by the sports agents oh you. plan on this and also have to and are going to reserve a nation with one fin if you wish we don't ask those who don't agree a large one plan i said to finance a lot of fun and he wants to know if i was all it's what i did not inside out of his own as a director was outspoken and so that will occur to me often as it is as i had a biden or if i thought i'll tell. someone off now folks who are listening which i think will win you in the future in the. entire. so will the agency manage to find a club for beanie and make his dream come true. the sucker in the nation. they
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don't want me. and being his fate is not helped by a series of missed on the things that turns out our want to strike out to have immediate not for future. and over austria he's two years too old for the record but. the next important question for him how can i get to mania how you want to do it. what they directly said from cologne but you know in berlin so we have to take it from berlin you know because i'm going to get to cologne from here to talk on how money can only enter. and learn from. and not six hundred to something yeah. but then the east it's in the west. so i mean you got the
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call on. the day before his visa expired on the plane so i think as for how he got on there i'll tell you soon. finally we're off to rio de janeiro for our fan song of the week. but. well. yeah you know. i.
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was. that. the the the . ok. i'm. i'm. actually ok. ok.
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