Skip to main content

tv   World Stories - Palestine Hope for a normal life  Deutsche Welle  May 19, 2018 4:15pm-4:30pm CEST

4:15 pm
they make a commitment. they find solutions. based in stronger. africa among. stories from both people making a difference shaping their nation. and their continent of africa on the move the stories about motivational change makers taking their destinies into their own hamster d.w. new multimedia series from. d.w. dot com africa on the move.
4:16 pm
play this week on world stories. india and the dream of flying. gotten this made in germany. let's just return to the gaza strip which saw the worst outbreaks of violence in years this week d.w. met young people who grew up under the policy of israeli blockade it's at a time of deep divisions within the palestinian community. a nice of who on his way to training in the east of the gaza strip sport allows him to switch off from the bitter reality around him. n e studies english literature at university in gaza city language is his key to the world and the country said he has yet to visit. yet it will be difficult in the segment you want to look to the
4:17 pm
future finish school find a job find a place to live get married but i want there's no hope there's no hope in augusta because the only thing is to finish and travel is a career and all the thomas which at twenty three a nice has only travelled abroad once to neighboring egypt the protests in gaza an issue at university a nice things a demo porton but also too dangerous hell and no the solution is that there should be some ease from the israeli side for the gaza strip i mean in that they open the border crossings and that you know travel to provide them with employment so that they're able to work and to pay attention to something else that is still really looked after as a ten year gaza's tide borders on in this capable reality for most people here for more than twelve years israel and egypt have sealed off the hamas controlled territory. nearby at the islamic university usma and.
4:18 pm
looking for new stories about everyday life for their beauty and the hunted twins have made a name for themselves on social media and if isn't that then the koran. vision is to put content on the internet that shows gaza city as a normal city and not a place of war where people are just terrorists and troublemakers see any minho on the gaza or is not like this and we are known for getting these architect to students have also from the demonstration taking place on gaza's borders they say they support the protests because they have put back on the agenda and they still issue of the right to free turn for palestinian refugees their own grandparents fled to gaza in the one nine hundred forty eight. but misspell a must read out aloud when it comes to the return matches from the moment they started i absolutely did not expect them to be this big i was very surprised with how people got involved in the mess even people who would not be very much into
4:19 pm
such activity as brazil will miss it out but. the protests along the border between gaza and israel have been ongoing for seven weeks israel says hamas orchestrating the demonstrations but the news and his friends say that young people have their own reasons for protesting they feel they don't have much left to lose. they want things to get better and to have the prospect of a normal life too elusive goes that gaza's younger generation has dreamed about for years. for some time now in his airlines have been enjoying spectacular growth but the fact remains that flying is well beyond the reach of most indians themselves there is one affordable way though to get a feel for what it's like to take to the skies. it's a deed these children will remember all their lives for many it's the first time
4:20 pm
aboard an aircraft. but this plane won't be taking off the flight to nowhere is an airline with a difference going up where we are the only worth it officer passengers a taste of flying without ever leaving the ground. many schoolchildren here are poor their families cannot afford a real ticket. the passengers are treated to a full in-flight experience they receive boarding cards safety briefings. even refreshments of loved and board it's an eye opening experience. i've seen planes in the sky i used to think they were really small but now i know they actually huge. i now want to fly to london i've heard that a beautiful things to see our city. lucky passengers even get to visit the cockpit . the man behind the project is behind the john cook the retired aircraft engineer he sold his land and bought the decommissioned airbus a three hundred back in two
4:21 pm
thousand and three for six hundred thousand rupees that's about seven thousand euros a real bargain he charges people according to what they can afford as little as a few little cents or even nothing at all for the very poor. i belong to a very small village. and i never spoke a little becoming then you know and then i've been there. and then the people from my village your party that governor and they were not able to see that so that was the basic idea and you know the motivation that i work. for the poor people. are not part of a way a busy main road that runs bottom into the runway davies international airport. it's the perfect spot to be evening to watch planes land. trees double up the streets. it's all about getting the right time to choice. for the poor migrant workers here are shelling out four thousand rupees or fifty euros but
4:22 pm
a cheap flight ticket is beyond their means. it's my dream to someday take a plane and fly to my village in bihar but that's only if i managed to scrape enough money together for a ticket. back a flight to nowhere passengers simulate an evacuation to finish the experience. rarely has an emergency situation seemed like so much fun that. cameron's anger fermanagh writing may be a relic of the country's colonial past but calls for autonomy for english speaking areas other dividing the country today. protests have been growing increasingly violent as tensions between french and english speakers cryos. over one another who. is over ninety years old in the one there's a lot she can't remember anymore but she'll never forget one day last year. the
4:23 pm
pain is a constant reminder you. know i'm doing the window moved through someone knocked on the door i said is there and i even did a bit it was the police and they hit me right in the face in the oakum the bushes. there was blood everywhere i just didn't stop but eating. thousands of people in their hometown with taking part in peaceful protests at the time they feel let down somewhere calling for their own state to be called amazonia government troops responded with while lens. was one of the victims there's growing unrest in the region and some of the protestors have since joined pro independence groups but no one wants to speak about it openly. they went to the bush because they are fighting for their rights what they are asking for is something they
4:24 pm
deserve if the government can grant what they are asking for it will be better for all of us southern cameroonians then we won't be neglected the way the government has been neglecting us. we need a well connected independence activist who wants to remain anonymous there are six rebel groups in the forests fighting against government's troops he shows us their training video. paul beyond cameron's president for the last thirty five years has sold ignored the protests he says that's why the conflict is now escalating. almost every week separatists launched deadly attacks on government officials they accuse of betrayal the bishop is worried many see the church as a possible mediator in the crisis. but in the circumstances that are very difficult because the highest authority in the land. they are really
4:25 pm
not being open to that because they give conditions for talking to get out of the sea of the problem and we think if we are going to dialogue and means where i was talking to get out with. that person must be the same level with him all the same. hopes that peace will return to the region at her age she says she should not have to be afraid of the police and especially not in her own home. guns made in germany are popular making the country the world's fourth biggest arms exports hit this week d w went to a major center of the german weapons industry. with various arms manufacturers all based one of them is head and call. those who want to understand germany's weapons capital need to go to church says. that's why it was here that weapons
4:26 pm
manufacturing began an open door about two hundred years ago in an august an aeon monastery actually in this church where we're standing in. married to god in the highest heaven. on earth and goodwill to men it's grotesque that we believe this message of peace weapons were produced diesel fuel with which millions of people were killed three of. the only opinion makes him an outsider and opened off there are three weapons manufacturers in this small town in southern germany and clued in on cost. many of the roughly fifteen thousand residents are directly or indirectly involved in the arms industry. you don't really think about it they have to be produced somewhere and now they're here i mean the company has to make something one make sugar others
4:27 pm
make candy to make weapons without weapons what should they make maybe make chocolate or something now. guns have been manufactured and opened off for two hundred years the first rifle factory opened in eight hundred twelve the local weapons museum shows the development from the early days to modern military weapons by headline co. over a half worked for heck on call in his youth today he's involved in activism against weapons exports from his hometown. everyone knows that every fifteen minutes every fourteen minutes to be precise someone is shot dead with a weapon and made by a heckler and koch. it matters to some people this is the seed of a god. and call not just a company like every other even if as seen from opened off that's easy to forget.
4:28 pm
why do elephants need. a plastic model turned into a paving stone why do algae make clean. good idea killed working in the where there are people developing smart solutions everywhere. let's inspire each other the environment magazine go at africa next. european stars deliver rousing performances. classic seems to. be bought sell us from the boat and catch. the legendary man for man and his own fat.
4:29 pm
good cause in forty five minutes on d w. come the germans came together in one nation from show the money to chancellor o'toole from bismarck took the history of the germans has been shaped by great rulers. i swell always to bring my royal college of ass to protect christendom spread to find the truth of the book are we to fall back before the enemy in tom let him book the book and steered by courageous decisions for. we must face. the germans every week.
4:30 pm
welcome to eco at africa what do invasive plants have to do with schools will solve that puzzle today in our european palm africa environmental magazine my name is sharon my money from nairobi kenya and joining me of course is my child from nigeria.


info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on