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what a shocker byron munich up there at the top but there is a little bit of movement dormant move up on valves bergan had to move down a little bit down the other end of the table we have somebody new down the bottom laver couzin what an absolutely shocking start to the season they're having stuttgart move ever so slightly up shelter looked and there just one spot above those relegation places really good results for them now it's time for the ball in this league as playoff today as voted by our followers on twitter and the winner with fifty nine percent of the vote is barnes are you robin the dutchman meant jonathan todd's clearance and hammered home this caustic fairly early in the opening half put munich ahead never couzens lucas for a decade was left absolutely stunned are you and robin is your play of the day. surely one of the best goals of disease and i would say. well on sunday we'll be
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joined in the studio to discuss this weekend's bomb the sneak action by bonus league a journalist kip holden will be asking will shock and labor manage to win a game sometime soon i'm sure their fans really want a good roeser of for them so do send us your questions for him to be addresses on your screen now it's time to say goodbye will be back of course since it's hard to over. here so much great moments from the weekend so far so for me and the rest of the team here.
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we talked to sasha. choreographer constantly pushing the limits of dance theater the funny thing was. the high school she's been dancing against the current for twenty five years where does she get her energy from me. next w. . the pain still tangible. for god. to
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stuff of ten to twenty fifth on the c.w. . results of bugs has liberated contemporary dance by crossing boundaries germany's renowned choreographer is in constant search of new challenges and collaboration is with other artists. for twenty five years she's led her company belton guests on journeys into the unknown. caught in the stack of those i mean the strength of dance lies in the freedom of its language but if i wanted to work in
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a way that was more linear i would just work in theater to our. in the early one nine hundred ninety s. about's left new york for a newly when you know five berlin since then voters had one success after the other we sat down with the energetic choreographer to talk about her rise from the french to major opera houses and her next job as courtis to director of the berlin state ballet. performance was used to order your company twenty five years ago with your hands under it could you ever have imagined the international success you've had since africa. nonce entire noises and after in one thousand nine hundred three
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after the fall of the berlin wall and shortly after unification the central district of measure was a place of seemingly endless opportunities. we only opened our venue in the fields area three years later and nine hundred ninety six. before that we were like nomads wandering from one industrial space to the next and each time we started up a new studio there is an unfun from the outset we toured internationally we toured the u.s. in our second or third year we traveled to india and toured a lot in europe peeling off. so right from the start travelling was part of our identity it was our aspiration and our concept. of such that nestles at us that we wanted to build bridges with our art and take it to different audiences to countries and cultures that also inspire our work. for the new year is so in that respect alive today isn't all that different than it was
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twenty five years ago. isn't anyone gets nice who. was it's our. sophie and zillah emitter once hosted meetings of left wing revolutionaries later it was used by the nazis then it was a feeler workshop with its dilapidated charm and checkered history it was the perfect setting for such about his breakthrough production. and offbeat provocative production part of a trilogy on the absurdities of domestic life the company research for months in communist era housing complexes.
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initially of arts danced along with her ensemble but she was always striving for new forms of expression and cooperation with other artists for her dance along with never enough. help ask mine that i know. ten seven i began downs lessons with one teacher i started taking classes from the age of five and the teacher i was with tell the age of twelve had studied under mary whitman so i have a very very deep connection to german expressionist dance kind i just got up but it didn't really influence my decision to start dancing professionally because at the time i wanted to pursue a career in the visual arts. that's it was only three my discovery of post modern dance and contact improvise ation and all of these consciousness techniques that i developed an interest in studying dance. this and. intricate consistently
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in the life i love you generally don't produce strictly narrative pieces it's not dance theatre which some critics hold against you. they say your work is to associate ivar serial. are you bothered by such criticism or. that isn't the critic . to be honest i can't remember reading such reviews and normally i don't read reviews anyway. i see if ariel dimension that is access through association is very important to me and in our communication with the audience then us and i think that's purely one dimensional way of saying just one thing and everyone understands the same thing i find that boring. through. it has to be something that speaks to each individual in a unique way. the touches something deep down in each person and the audience.
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but it has to be entirely free. of us with guns prize that's when the work becomes profound as it does when it touches on the mystery inside you or that the money is gone and that doesn't happen if you're simply telling a linear story. for us let's hear it. involves developed one of the most significant productions kerber during her five year stint as courtis to director of berlin's shall be in a theater it's an exploration of anatomy that delves into every aspect of the human body. time and again the company conjures images that sear themselves into the viewer's memory like a nightmare. at the same time vult isn't afraid of venturing into more abstract territory in her piece from now on she takes dance back to its origins in ceremonial rituals. while her early works were wild her later choreography is feel more crafted for a three hour tour she transforms dancers into animalistic creatures and explore
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social issues like power and helplessness freedom and control. your mother was a gallery astin your father an architect so you may have inherited your talent for strong visuals from the one side. but space has also always played a key role in your work it's very central. what do you look for in a space could you imagine staging a production for example at the building site of berlin's new international airport through coffin solution. you're outpost and think i shall spawn doughton he asked buildings eyes are certainly intriguing spaces and we've often rehearsed a building site the jewish museum had only just been completed it was still empty when the collection hadn't yet been installed and the boys had usually we perform at that intermediary moment before the space assumes the function it was designed for so before the exhibit moves in and spawn ot i was get excited because it's
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really a moment that breathes life into a space it's a real integration. by it that i became really clear to me without work for balance noise mostly on. the off the space have this incredible energy that had been abandoned for so long and then undergone twelve years of reconstruction. on the spot so it was intriguing for me to envision what it would become and to awaken afterlife with darts past as i know that one does tend to those thoughts on. as a device but for example we focused on the cult of the dead in a room that would display the past of queen efforts. the noise museum houses a large injection collection and that's why i did a lot of research on ancient egypt if you actually. want to so it also gives as inspiration not just the building in the architecture such it's the site in its entirety that shows me how to put a space and motion that all done with vehicles at the me i am twenty
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thirteen the company was invited to kolkata then calcutta to cap year of cultural exchange between india and germany off the production was staged in the courtyard in wings of an old private palace dating from colonial times. such about's collaborated on a project with the indian choreographer apartment each a tour and her ensemble. i am. on the project in kolkata was very unusual it was an old palace so naturally a different way of telling stories a marriage because the rooms had simply been sealed off and there was this life that had taken place previously as have time it stood still like
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a fairy tale when everyone's fallen into a deep sleep and time goes on and the pictures on the walls fade to black and dust settles everywhere on to papers on the bed it was really a very interesting experience. you have the noise all across the off without you calling to new genres the choreographic opera it incorporates elements of contemporary dance into operatic stage productions but it treats all parts as equals music the dancers the singers in all embarrassing art form what appeals to you about working on the stages of major opera houses and institutions. first in your thoughts. for misfires and then when. that was a great experience for me to be able to choreograph a body of people as a whole i and then of course incorporate carpark. so it's not about the dancers on a choir and soloists anymore but about the group who. becomes an entity and you can't
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really identify who is doing what all and i extended that idea and began working with august recess so that they also start moving start dancing so that the orchestra would also become run body once you can achieve an amazing dynamic in a room where sound literally moves. then clung this. am. many of the world's major opera houses were now open to her and parents tokyo and berlin. but. she would oversee the entire stage production managing to transform
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even the unwieldy medium of opera and give it her own signature. and. you said you often look for female protagonists in opera to medea was one of those how did you deal with her character. i think she's usually condemned as the barbaric child murderer. in the. production coincided with the case of a mother here in germany who was on trial for murdering her children what approach did you take for the piece medea. it's been this i think there's no bond flick well i think she's a very interesting character but she's also very ambivalent i wanted to take time to think about her intensively without judging. by now just imagine at what point as a woman capable of killing her children what extreme pain or despair do you have to experience to reach that point as
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a. so way since high point of all. i found it very difficult to put myself in that position and direct the production. alight and of course i had to imagine it and be part of it which at times was unbearable. there's heaps of fuel and as a sniff it was really hard to give myself over to it. on a sponge as. a case. of clients a big. mid-air is one of the best known characters in greek mythology she famously helped jason and the argonauts retrieve the golden fleece jason then married her only to later leave her for another woman the daughter of the king crayon medea took revenge by killing crayon his daughter and her own two children to eat.
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in this production the children as ourselves and her husband york in zombie were part of the cast further intensifying the emotions felt by their mother. for the kenosis and for the children it was like playing it was a great experience for them they learned all the songs and the wonderful thing about theater is that it is a lot like playing we play day and then we all get up again. and then mark with your children more often with you during productions and while traveling or on tour and the dentures were with you to. buy it was like one big family for you it was a for me if you was it done with a. babysitter and interest i always had babysitters with me. but they did spend a lot of time with the dancers during rehearsals for. made in canada and when they were dancing too they were just part of the cast they didn't get any special
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supervision oil or no i always tried to have them with me so i never forced them to come by so i always asked of that's what they wanted one but i just wouldn't see enough of the children otherwise because we spent a lot of time working and at the theaters and we're often out in the evening. out of obviously we're trying to strike a balance. but fortunately both the children love dancing and singing i'm going to the theater and playing theater. so it seems that passion has been passed on to them. but. you have invested a lot of time in promoting young talent start you have the children's dance company . parent company you've also been involved in dance in schools how important is that to you. this this is. yeah does
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as is. my interest in children stance actually came with my first child last night my. last little i got on a workshop at a school and it grew from there that's what they love either and they couldn't help busy i found it more and more interesting as i realized how important our interest particularly for children approaching puberty and the couple interacting with other people's bodies with their own bodies their own self-image is because you're very much confronted with yourself in this process because you're working in a group that lance if they learn a lot about group dynamics you get a new spatial awareness how do i move within a room how do i stand in relation to somebody else i'm. really a great help in everyday life it's not that everyone needs to become a dancer it's about learning to live in your own body to feel your body and to feel at home when your body. is. holding and if you've ever.
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last year you yourself danced again you're at the ready as is tim for the project to her and. do you miss dancing would you like to do it more often. than. anywhere on the i love dancing on stage but i can't do both if i'm choreographing a big piece i can't be on stage myself as well that's just the way it is but if i can dance for special projects now and then i'm happy and. out of work it's been ok . the sun one of those special projects superman or listen it offers dancers and artists from various parts of the world scope to interact and explore current political and social issues through art an opportunity for us of all still explore and improvise to.
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get the most took at the roots as i did you know passing on a growing number of pieces to outside companies including some abroad where your dancers oversee the rehearsals and if there is this an opportunity to release the ensemble to work independently of you align our bad work and. i yes this is a new branch of my work you could say. i think it's good for experienced dancers to pass on what they know and that these compositions continue to live on and the younger generation feel it and said that many dancers who passed on works continue to dance themselves i think it's good to give others the opportunity to be involved but it becomes like a whole new production you think you just passing something on but that's not actually the case things would work out but it's i work on it it's marginalized i
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usually do a workshop of the dancers where i go through the entire piece as it's intended with all the moves so that i know what it's all about where these boys in it intends and that's not just that i can't do that a lot. but it's exciting to pass something on and watch it take on a new life and to remain it is that noise. in the spring of this year the day after the levee will in lisbon performs national bounces piece up onto. the dancers spent five weeks rehearsing and. then turned up to add the finishing touches. to of her experience dancers had overseen all the rehearsals. from israel. and cloudier show others from portugal. it was their job to help the dancers find their own style rather than just copying certain moves suddenly the two were working as equals alongside their longstanding
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boss i think it's working relation of many years and the personal relation also you know so there. i think in that case gives a lot of trust like she gave her responsibility to hand over the piece and she gives a trust and also we have been working with them for five weeks so we can actually we know them better than her in this situation so it's a it's a good thing that we still stay. in communication with each other for certain things and then something she comes and she wants to bring it from the outside more her own home owner sensations and smell and to put something on top of what we brought but it's it's a long term collaboration so we are communicating in a very natural way that truly happy my so i still see things differently sometimes and i pass on the specific details that are important to me. but i know that the
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dancers i've chosen are very precise and that i can trust them and so far it's worked very well touch wood and there's been no problems if i enjoy being able to let go and step back a bit in the piece takes on a life of a time and it's not a fixed creation rose and moves away from that back. when yeah. let's talk about your new production exodus which you did for the twenty fifth anniversary of your dance company. exodus from the greek both in the sense of departure and escape what led you to this idea. that had. i was weak and it was this idea of fleeing from morris scaping from something finding our way out obviously we associate it on the one hand with the bible and the exodus of the israel lights from egypt. but when you're in greece for example
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you see it written in every subway station many clubs and bars have adopted the name exodus. fascinated me and that's after i decided on the one hand. you have this idea of a group that's running away their corporate fleet leaving one place and moving somewhere else in. it on this and i gather this process that takes place more in the mind. is often coupled with all step out of your body into another dimension and to this techno trance or ecstasy picking up off kind of a man or a tesco express bus gets very much about a group experience it includes going to and past the point of exhaustion what the audience. and so that's like a journey to. a journey that last two and a half hours involving captivity then finding a way out and escaping it raises questions such as what we're fleeing from and
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where to exodus is intense and heavy going and for now at least it will be the last production that sasha about stages with her company. she will remain the official director but she will leave the body as is dame it will continue as a production and performance venue for the company but she now has a new position she'll become the first woman to head up the highly traditional berlin state ballet. five is nonsense in twenty nine thousand you'll take over as artistic director of the berlin state ballet alongside your highness ermine are you excited maybe a bit apprehensive. now there's no cause at all for on the start taking on the state ballet is certainly a major challenge so i've been preparing for it for two and a half or nearly three years i think. it's a very long process and yes i want to actually stop a job until two thousand and nineteen common. there were initially huge protests
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over the decision to appoint a contemporary choreographer to co-direct the state ballet the traditional dancers were not happy with the actual votes had actually worked with the state ballet before writing a solo piece for its former artistic director of light in their mother calls to great acclaim. these angry protests have now seen just. one thing is clear taking over the state ballet is national vox's biggest breakthrough today and a huge challenge. this is for ten times that qualify think it's a great opportunity for dance in general to explore these extreme positions. booklets books are on the one hand to really preserve classical ballet and the whole history and to stage classical productions that are very high level because one after another i don't have a hand to have contemporary choreography is what the contemporary language with all that arise easy to shoot at least in all the different ways of using the body
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coupled to gain and so creation ensemble that is capable of working with both these extremists. these extreme are it's definitely a fascinating project. the other thing. in two thousand. is written gathered off from i'd like to end by asking you what comes to mind when i say. borders. the challenges we face today yes you know your reality to be as free as children now i mean. our brains. drink really since alarming exoplanet now and ninety percent or ninety five percent of.
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young people would build against their parents generation makeup was an honestly dusty from the stupidity existence. they demanded nothing less than a home. my maelstrom of in syria violence. those who remember the. first time for the first time i had a feeling of being part of some but in. the seeds of civil rights. peace movement women's movement were planned during this period. sixty. noble. this week double. the contentious figure at home. europe and germany. from the home of the limited. to german reunification.
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and the end of the cold war. or much office one of the great heroes of the twentieth century mikhail gorbachev the last leader of the soviet union was an agent of change quickly met his downfall i have decided to resign my duties as president of the soviet union. he continues to fight for world peace with the reminder by the unit you have to comprehend when he says taken us today there is a new arms race. the hour of time gorbachev and the opportunity for peace wasters starts october third on d w.
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this is due to the news coming to you live from berlin tropical storms aren't jokes and picked up bands of rain on the u.s. states of north and south carolina at least eleven people have died sometimes the devastating floodwaters are still rising. a world away typhoon one good doctor is hong kong on break to mainland china a softer killing at least twenty eight people in the philippines where authorities are now assessing the damage also coming up. a russian antigovernment activist has reportedly been flown to berlin for medical treatment options suspected poisoning first of all that is one of the forklifts you write protesters who stormed the pitch during this year's world cup final in moscow.
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and it's good to have you with us well at least eleven people have died in the u.s. as epic rainfall from tropical storm florence causes severe flooding in north and south carolina authorities say that the devastation is far from over there warning residents not to attempt returning to their homes due to my a schrader visit at a trailer park where people are struggling to cope with the effects of the storm. this is not supposed to be here this is broken so is that. new bern north carolina bore the brunt of florence's fury hundreds of people had to be rescued from flooded homes and cars across the river on the edge of town one park of trailer homes can't even begin to dig itself out. a small trailer
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unlike a solid house is nearly defenseless against the torrent of wind rain and floods that the hurricane unleashed in this neighborhood it was pure destruction for many people here this is all they have and the waters may have receded some now but this is how high they got so much of this sent his family to safety a state away but chose to stay behind in his trailer saying he had worked too hard to simply abandon it was a go go go go go which i had those are people saying that you should wait for a week for a i need to rebuild it but i because if i going but i need times to get to know who and i'm going to fight the give you know. francis tycoon just arrived back he and his wife took shelter for two days at the country club where francis works and this is how they found their home. we're going to see if someone will help us maybe this he or the further
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a government that will help us because we don't have any other option for to go for now. francis and tammy don't have insurance they can't afford it they're not expecting any help from the government tammy suffers from chronic health problems meaning her husband will do whatever he can to clean up alone even though they might not be enough. i'm not sure i don't feel like this will ever be back to normal because i just don't feel like after all this damage it would be safe. just don't know what's going to happen to be truthful and i don't know where we're going to go. i'm just at a loss i'm standin in a daze and i know it doesn't help. i'm lost. forecasts even more water could flood here in the next days no matter what happens
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people here say they'll come together to help each other out. meanwhile in east asia is now roaring towards the chinese mainland after battering hong kong with its gale force winds and torrential rain the storm has already caused major destruction in the northern philippines authorities say at least twenty eight people have died most of them in landslides. nature smacks the coast of hong kong with. and one onlooker gets a little too close for comfort. as hong kong issues a maximum alert for telephone monk could the territories government has warned people to prepare for the worst storm surges were expected to raise water levels at the city's famous victoria harbor by up to four meters. hundreds of residents have been evacuated to shelters while others hope to ride it
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out. but for those who hope to leave hong kong before the storm there was little chance almost all flights in and out of the island's airport have been counseled. and frustration too for travelers in southeastern china all flight traffic has been halted to and from shands an airport until early monday morning many other cities have also been paralyzed by the typhoon or the king of storms as chinese media are describing it earlier among goot barreled across the philippines island of luzon where it claimed dozens of lives. and as the country begins to count the human cost of the typhoon manila residents are left facing a unique cleanup challenge. tons of plastic rubbish washed by the storm surge back onto the island. now which is that of the other stories making news
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around the worlds. fighting clashes between anti-government protesters and riot police have marred independence day in honduras demonstrators in the capital were protesting against president juan orlando hernandez a ques him of manipulating the vote count in last year's presidential election allegations have sparked a political crisis in the poor central american country. syrian state media say israel has launched a missile attack on the main airports in damascus the claims were backed up by the syrian observatory for human rights is said that the attack targeted arms warehouses causing heavy down and no cost of teams were reported. several thousand animal rights activists marched in the spanish capital madrid to call for a ban on bullfighting the protest was organized by an animal rights political party and people fighting campaigns have won bans and restrictions in some countries but
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it remains legal in most of spain. a russian anti government activist associated with the protest group pussy riot has reportedly been flown to berlin for medical treatment. was taken three days ago and admitted to a moscow hospital members say that they believe he was poisoned. this video appears to show prominent anti kremlin activists people to love arriving in the german capital that was posted on twitter but not via tolokonnikova a fellow member of pussy riot the group believes the love was poisoned and an attempt to intimidate or even kill him the right member veteran economical she says he is in berlin to receive medical treatment vs love was one of four protesters who invaded the pitch during july's football world cup final in moscow millions of people were watching life the four protesters later appeared in court and they
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served fifteen day jail sentences. d.w. interviewed verzilov and other prissy right members back in august. for the love explained the group's approach. to soon on tuesday can political collective we don't have a fixed number of members of the different people come together from various factions you would see just to the young activists talked of a harsh climate for opposition groups who are frequently condemned by state media i mean about the nasty attack us because they have to because pussy riot don't do what they want to me that's just the way it is the state media always attack opposition groups but there. was hospitalized in moscow three days ago a pretty rights activist was quoted as saying he had lost his eyesight and ability to talk it is not clear what caused his illness but some fingers have pointed to
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the kremlin several high profile poisoning cases have been blamed on the russian government in the past fifteen years though it has always denied any involvement so far the kremlin has not commented on those he loves case. and the burden marathon is taking place right now through the streets of the german capital it is one of the world's top marshalls and a field of big names are pounding the tarmac as well thousands of foreigners are also taking part mark meadows from. close to the finish line at the brandenburg gate mark has been looking at there right now. well there's a festival atmosphere in berlin and it's a great day for the city there's so many fans from all around the world i've seen lots of mexicans we have some hearts some finnish guys have enormous flags i've also seen the forty seven iceland those who are taking part in this race and also
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the new york police department running theme now obviously the race is a lot about the phone runners lot of people making money for charity but also it's about the pro runners who are trying to break the world recalled and i have to tell you that kenya's cho gay is on will recall praise in the men's race we've had the wheelchair races come by the humbert races and quite soon showed is going to come here go through the runner book gate head to the finish line and by the looks of it he's going to smash the world record amazing so it looks like we might just have a world record there today now berlin is also a very special place for this marathon tell me why that is mark well yes there's a mythology around the world in marathon the last six men's marathon world records have been set here the last record is in two thousand and fourteen dennis cometti so he did it in two hours two minutes and fifty seven seconds at the moment is way
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below that you might remember about a year ago actually nearly smashed the two hour barrier in a publicity stunt for a sports one manufacturer but it didn't count as official world record because he had pacemakers he's dropped his paper make his now here in this race is just bombing along in the women's race we had tierra nash the barber in front she was the favorite but she's now being overtaken by gladys churro know of kenya last year's winner so that's looking like it's going to be a really tight finish we could be in for a collapsing building marathon mark mandela's thank you very much for that and we'll talk to you later. leverkusen were full of promise before the going to see the season kicked off but their start of the campaign has been dreadful two back to back to feats and on saturday they faced an uphill battle against buy in at have a look. they've accused coach heiko hailing went on the defensive against by and. even left out germany for what the union began with the first good chance fell to
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laver cozen giago handled the ball a penalty was awarded by him protested but the decision looked to be correct. couldn't follow and stepped up a man you'll know you're saved for the spot kick had to be retaken because the referee but not whistled. this time ventile made a better job of it one nil to lay because now after five minutes. reply though came just five minutes later france will cook when a common time to liesl showed the greater desire to equalize which is again would later turn sour recalled champions by and began to press hard leverkusen defense crumbled and i and robin made them pay the dutchman taking full advantage of yonathan towels mistake by and had turned the game around last aliso to a knee injury. again petered out after the break but it came alive again on eighty
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minutes. richard. just eight minutes after coming on holding the only challenge on rough femia by and were incensed. the hose that no chance of ten men and by and sealed it late on through time is rodriguez later cusanus first loss in three zero. no one to this of course but it is how it is for so it's we have no points from three games but we mustn't choose off. by and celebrate that perfect start but halak side are in dire need of some inspiration. and it was billed as the fight of the century three hundred sixty four days after their controversial draw and. canelo alvarez faced off once more in a rematch in las vegas. but also one at middleweight belts to the table and started
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slightly better can who owned two well title belts looks to have secured victory with a dominant display in the later rounds of the twelfth and final round to secure a narrow point when both fighters have said that they would return for a third. and just a reminder of the top stories that we're following for you. at least eleven people have died along the u.s. east coast as tropical storm florence causes catastrophic flooding authorities there say that the worst is still far from over and in peace asia typhoon language is fostering hong kong with gale force winds out of barrels towards mainland china the superstorm brought devastation to the northern philippines where at least twenty eight people have been kents. you're watching news from berlin more coming out of the top of the hour and don't forget you can get all the latest news and information around the clock on our website that's on d w dot com
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thanks for joining us. why do we wet when do we want to know even percent of americans at some point in our lives will experience hardship but listen all. that matters to me for moms. rising from the ruins of war or daunting task for cities traumatized by conflict a little more than two decades ago redeemed their roots gandhi and sarajevo were
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places of doctors on this journey we meet young residents of four war torn cities that are emerging from the shadows of violence into the large. in my book on the snowy way in the one nine hundred ninety s. there were about twenty soldiers holdouts for a corner by my house helicopters tanks that mark you never forget a composite or you have to sit there and be a. good
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thing. if i film inside over there's always going to be some aspect of the war if i film in the streets there's always going to be bullet holes and i don't need to talk about the war to show the war. any moment if nine of my mother's siblings were killed she was the only survivor in a family.
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while docked in the hollow was nothing else when the situation got really bad and i left my father lost every. eating and there was nothing but destruction around us and we decided to come to lebanon to find safety and wildly that money and in a bit of an. air.
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just for. ethnic tensions existed for decades in rwanda between the hutu majority and tutsi minority to ethnic groups that have many similarities. they speak the same language and share the same customs. but in april one thousand nine hundred four those tensions erupted
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into horrific violence with this ista matic campaign by voters to eliminate tutsis and moderate who do country men who refused to take part in the genocide. in the space of one hundred. days up to a million people were slaughtered many of them to death with machetes or food or. if. they. get it down there now i think i've inspired female cyclists here in my hometown and around the country now they want to do the same and be positive a team. to
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meet. them on. the training center is a good example of how rwandans have a site sex on the future. for sure. when i came to rwanda in two thousand and six i did not know anything about rwandan cycling. we saw some riders very few but we saw a massive amount of transport bikes and taxi bikes it's their major means of transporting goods you see up to two hundred. two hundred kilos of whatever it is they're
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transporting going to the market on the bike. these guys have already been riding a bike so they have an aptitude for riding a bike before they even get to our center. he's a great writer he's one of the captains of the team. she spent a lot of time in congo and a refugee camp. guard actually was a total surprise to all of us she's going to be the real spark for the future generations of women to say hey maybe i can make it a cyclist. i think there is a massive amount of trauma even within our riders you know. who took over and i
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think cycling has been an amazing outlet for them a way of giving them meaning in life and a way of helping them reconcile their past. see. my genocide no one could bear the sight of a machete i want to go to. see you just terrified people to even look at the told. me i know who clearly made me just of the genocide are forever burned into my mother's mind when she tells me stories about those terrifying days when her last remaining siblings and their children were massacred without messing.
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with her daughter on her. border who wanted.
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i was under the siege for four years and for me destroyed means freedom. the only hope we have is that this road is open and people and food and everything comes coming through distraught. and i know many sad stories about the people who was killed on this or old. during the siege of sarajevo the trail known as mt egan road was the only route into the city. they was shelled and this particular part of their old. destroyed
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has the meaning of the life for sorrow. no place in the city and city from mortar fire. the conflict began during the breakup of yugoslavia when bosnia herzegovina declared independence bosnian serbs took up arms. the siege of sarajevo started in people ninety ninety two bosnian serbs and croats stopped being good
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neighbors and became enemies. he finished with this war but in the minds of the people the same problem still exists. my generation is back in the time the way out to all to go are brought to find to have contests or be out to young to go to the pension and to give up from our life. i really understand people who will say they don't want to stay here but i also admire people who want to stay here and who decided to create something to subvert
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set over it. i believe the younger people are really starting to be more active than to bring change. in divorce it was the way of living under the cells all still of working during these forty years and it was real how do you resist as a serial and as intellectual. i. cited
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a film festival begin under the siege you dealt electricity few people from the academy of forming gods beside bringing new films. be something which will help people to feel as a normal people. so that these stocks will feel films in the small song generator or on the projector it was really magic and this festival and. that freedom exists even beyond. thank you very much enjoyed yourself.
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and. i love history economic. life in syria was very different to our life in beirut we had everything going on i was a law student and i would train every day. my father had work we never thought all this would happen is that i'm on a country. for decades beirut has been at the epicenter of conflicts in the middle east.
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lebanon saw a link the occupations by both syria and israel. since the beginning of the civil war in syria and twenty eleven more than a million refugees have fled to the. little bit. of. thanks. you know what moves me is to see people coming to iran that it begun with math and
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people from all walks of life eighteen different religions to see more than two hundred nationalities all come together to show solidarity through the power off sports. we lived through almost thirty years of war in lebanon if the family escapes me. we will continue against all odds fighting for peace until we reach but as i say peacemaking is not the sprint it is more of the math of. the.
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thank you. you know. we arrived in lebanon in twenty two and in the same year i left university. for months we had moved from one place to another in syria in search of safety. in my life. six. and now they have none so they all when we got to lebanon there were seven of us in my family my parents four brothers and one sister. now there are five of us two made an illegal crossing across the sea and got to europe after facing many dangers. the full.
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o. . k k k k how can we go yeah. so . i think. in the one nine hundred ninety s. the colombian city of made a name was trapped in a spiral of violence a place where drug lords far left guerrillas paramilitary groups and police fought each other for control of territory. in the slums the state was conspicuous by its absence and adolescents were recruited for the confrontations between rival group.
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from. my nothingness who we all imagine a city we couldn't cross a city we couldn't live it all feel was ours simply love. it i'm with ella very few opportunities really and hip hop came along and showed us there was a way to express ourselves and to get out what we felt inside specifically through graffiti coming out and then with breakdowns that followed closely by rap this is a code up.
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that it. could also say hey kid group really grown sauce and heck a on the group around them represent the revival of local hip hop. no we come here to show breakdowns from another angle this time we're staging a big show at the public a bone theater we've been working on it for months we're also trying to change the way people in this country see street deaths. and by.
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i. was crew pretty girls was served tell a girl so stands out because it has the four elements of hip hop music graphic art that other acts or poetry and then she becomes a boy see if he does see. it. there but i loved it and you could say there's a fifth element knowledge disseminating knowledge as part of our concept that it was like a. but i mean he would say of this cool for me hip hop is always about building something and sharing it with others although anything can be important if it offers kids an alternative she calls to get out that they are.
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in it and you need to my passion for cycling listening to the first time i watched the tour for one that back in two thousand and nine. eleven actually stated that i didn't start competing officially until twenty twelve nuns you need to plan a twenty minute communicating. having heroes in the country he was that succeed to go to foreign countries that do races internationally that are successful is gives a whole sense of pride for the public. the public has taken
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on to cycling in an amazing way it's actually very shocking to see the crowds out there and how much the public is behind to try to. cut the. internet for to overcome ethnic hatred the rwandan government outlawed ethnicity a decade after the genocide. distinctions between hutus and tutsis have been wiped down by the creek. before there are only one.
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people seventh is the annual day of remembrance of the victims of the one nine hundred ninety four genocide.
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such media tell you they can see the exhibition center yesterday during the siege it is a permanent exhibition. hall i want to. travel quick because this section shows the worst part of the world the two worst massacres the most well known soccer.
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world. the two massacres occurred in the mad killing market a meeting point for people you know you could find food and get information from odd sit. down with. me and i will give my heart to the second mass again they tell in the international community decided to intervene and it was the beginning of the end of the war going to cope with the. circle to be part of the quest specially. when you confront in a museum with the truth and something that makes you really aware of your. entry and aware as
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a person. but also it made me proud it made me proud of the people i live with it makes you part of people's real to survive. young people down not learning anything about the ninety's and the only information they get you from the parents and from media and that makes the museum strong even more relevant because i mean that's the only information they get the c.h.b. area that. there are a lot of versions in textbooks about what happens. if you went to some other city in bosnia and there's a textbook that's completely different from what is being taught in china.
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i know i'm a buzz you know woman but other than that. because even difficult to talk about it misty here. means to be muslim serve means to be orthodox and question me speak christian. before the war it didn't matter what religion you were.
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i. just leave them to look and see what's your sixty six down. here is you have to get you know. that exact area right present that i lost i think i this is a film i get from parents and understanding to assume and.
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i. was going to. let me say. that if this is the barack have building. they should make it into music. yeah. there was a lot of fighting here during the war it was the dividing line. you know was. the marathon starts at this point in the game in how much so now it's not about division it's about unity.
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for. thank. you. if you're on this list bucking with hope it's the first time i've seen you like
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this since we arrived in beirut and he was in. the. u.k. in the mosques of over forty thousand people who bring in the message of peace. who believe in making a difference through sports. the
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cook is another. name which i think the transformation is being fueled from many different directions. we have a lot is changing. but people are very adventurous trying to improve all the time. in history and we watched our parents as they started building real houses and turned grooves into terraces.
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yes the moment those what they're called right now some of my classmates and childhood friends are working at the mayor's office and i have experienced a lot of things firsthand and they have the answers for the problems on the street you're not i suppose thought and that leads to positive change yeah that's initiated by people who see the city from a different perspective and understand its diversity i. had. people as you come. to describe it. the sex. counted.
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as. people and i. guess a couple that sees me by just as we have and i'm grateful to those in the neighborhood who tolerate and we do and share what we do and it's not easy to listen to our rhythms or see the walls covered in graffiti and still say you can play music at my house or when are you coming over to paint because the morons will come and spray graffiti at my shop and that my son wants to go to your school and that's why i left. that. i am.
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i've. found. make it out i got it is what he said the die hard pop purists may say this is not
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hip hop but it's thanks to the pop that we arrive in a place we are today and we can show other types of things and we can express ourselves on stage as an audience. around.
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this river. goes through. carnival. is a factor people pay a lot of money to watch us dance it's pretty amazing for. a letter and a hundred and i've achieved what i set out to do that the. i think i've improved as an athlete and it was not available now i can run a longer distance. delay is a step toward achieving my dream. ladder me.
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it's in my dream as a cyclist is to keep working hard and to become a successful professional in that way i'll help inspire passion for the sport among other race and cyclists and wonder. where else is difficult if there's not in the news. the younger generations are not anymore repeating the past story not talking to someone because they're not the same ethnic group. she made it is it as you as a city where violence has dropped
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a city that's resisted violence and created new things you've got to ask the question how did we do it. i have the answer because there are other forces in the city that have not been poisoned by politics and that are working for the good of society it are hopelessly. the secret is going forward always what has been done here for the last twenty years is remarkable i mean you don't see a turnaround happen in many countries that have been in war ravaged and and pretty much decimated you know to the ground. lebanon is in the middle you have syria from the north and you have israel from the south when the problems in that agent come through and i think lebanon would be
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like the phoenix and lebanon would rise again. we should never forget what happened but we should forgive because how can a city grow how can the people grow if we are stuck in that mindset. lesbia lns yes we've all experienced so many different types of violence that it's really hard to say these words forgiveness reconciliation forgetting it's like a lump in your throat. when you're not. well. if you're. just. looking for people.
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yes they do give you news coming to you live from berlin tropical storm florence domes and takes a man's a brain on the u.s. state of north and south carolina at least eleven people have died in the devastating flood waters are still rising. meanwhile hockey grows away times in mind your sponsors hong kong and their kids are in china the stakes in the philippines where authorities fear dozens of people have been killed also coming up from. a new marathon for example and us kenyans and to chill day finishes the race in just two hours one minutes and thirty nine seconds are sports or border and joins us life with all the details.
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and it's good to have you with us at least eleven people have died in the u.s. as epic rainfall from tropical storm florence causes severe flooding in north and south carolina authorities say that the devastation is far from over there warning residents not to attempt returning to their homes did open is my issue rater visited a trailer park where people are struggling to cope with the effects of the store. this is not supposed to be here this is broken so is that new bern north carolina bore the brunt of florence's fury hundreds of people had to be rescued from flooded homes and cars. across the river on the edge of town one park of trailer homes can't even begin to dig itself out. a small trailer unlike a solid house is nearly defenseless against the torrent of wind rain and floods
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that the hurricane unleashed in this neighborhood it was pure destruction for many people here this is all they have and the waters may have receded some now but this is how high they got so much of this sent his family to safety a state away but chose to stay behind in his trailer saying he had worked too hard to simply abandon it was go go go go go but you had those are people saying that you should wait for a week for a i need to rebuild but because if i going to get to the hotel i'm at the end of the you have you know. francis tycoon just arrived back he and his wife took shelter for two days at the country club where francis works and this is how they found their home. almost over is he. going to see if someone will help us maybe this he or the federal government will help us because we don't have any other option for to go for now we'll stay here other than
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a month on the you know we don't know. frances and tammy don't have insurance they can't afford it they're not expecting any help from the government tammy suffers from chronic health problems meaning her husband will do whatever he can to clean up alone even then it might not be enough. i'm not sure i don't feel like this will ever be back to normal because i just don't feel like after all this damage it would be safe. just don't know what's going to happen to be truthful and i don't know where we're going to go don't i'm just at a loss i'm standin in a daze and i know it doesn't help. that i'm lost. forecasts even more water could flood here in the next days no matter what happens people here say go on together to help each other out.
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in east asia. the chinese mainland after battering hong kong with its gale force winds and torrential rain a super storm has already caused major destruction in the philippines authorities there say dozens are feared dead in flooding landslides and collapsed buildings. nature smacks the coast of hong kong with full force. and one onlooker gets a little too close for comfort. as hong kong issues a maximum alert for tunnels food monk loot the territories government has warned people to prepare for the worst storm surges were expected to raise water levels at the city's famous victoria harbor by up to four meters. hundreds of residents have been evacuated to shelters while others hope to ride it out. for those who hope to leave hong kong before the
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storm there was little chance almost all flights in and out of the island's airport have been counseled. and frustration to travelers in southeastern china all flight traffic has been halted to and from shands an airport until early monday morning many other cities have also been paralyzed by the typhoon or the king of storms as chinese media are describing it. early among goot barreled across the philippines island of luzon where it claimed dozens of lives. and as the country begins to count the human cost of the typhoon manila residents are left facing a unique cleanup challenge. tonnes of plastic rubbish washed by the storm surge back onto the island. now as is the of the other stories making news around the world violent clashes
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between anti-government protesters and riot place have marred independence day in honduras demonstrators in the capital who are protesting against president juan are londo hernandez they accuse him of manipulating the vote count in last year's presidential election the allegations have sparked a political crisis in the central american country. antiglobalization activists staged protests on the tenth anniversary of the collapse of the u.s. investment by game and brothers in paris protesters gathered in front of a bank to blast investment policies and tax avoidance schemes activists also protested in front for its financial districts they say international banking practices have not been adequately reform since the two thousand and eight financial crisis. several thousand animal rights activists marched in the spanish capital madrid to call for a ban on both sides saying the protest was organized by an animal rights political
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party people fighting campaigns have won bans and restrictions in some countries but it remains legal in most of spain. of russian government activists associated with the protest group pussy riot has reportedly been flown to berlin for medical treatment first off was taken three days ago and admitted to a moscow hospital pussy riot members say they believe he was poisoned. this video appears to show prominent antti kremlin. arriving in the german capital that was posted on twitter but not via tolokonnikova a fellow member of pussy riot. the group believed. in an attempt to intimidate or even kill him. to receive medical treatment. invaded the pitch. and. millions of people
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were watching live the protestors later appeared in court and they served fifteen day jail sentences. and other members back in august. political. we don't have a fixed number of members. for. the young activists talked of a harsh climate for opposition groups who are frequently condemned by state media. i mean the nasty attack us because they have to because pussy riot don't do what they want to me that's just the way it is the state media always attack opposition groups but they never get. the loaf was hospitalized in moscow three days ago a prissy rights activist was quoted as saying he had lost his eyesight and ability
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to talk it is not clear what caused his illness but some fingers have pointed to the kremlin several high profile poisoning cases have been blamed on the russian government in the past fifteen years though it has always denied any involvement so far the kremlin has not commented and those he loves case. of the brain and marathon is taking place right now through the streets of the german capital it is one of the world's top marathons and the man's world records has just been smashed by kenyan n.e.o.'s kid chill day thousands of foreigners are also taking parts and returning back to their ranks well mark meadows found detail that he sports is close to the finish line the run to break mark the new world record holder run right past you just a little while ago talk us through his role and how big of an achievement this is. it was very very special for everyone here today i mean keep showing he hasn't just
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broken the world record he has completely destroyed it he did it in two hours one minutes thirty nine seconds now the previous world record which was set here in two thousand and fourteen was two hours two minutes fifty seven seconds so he smashed it by well over a minute i mean people a few years ago were thinking was that even humanly possible it is quite incredible what he has achieved and he's only thirty three so he's not a spring chicken but overseas chaining in kenya in high altitude helps him but still this is something massive in the world of athletics you might remember a few a few months ago he tried to actually break the famous to the area which no one thought was really possible it was a publicity stunt for a sportsman manufacturer he didn't quite manage it that day and it didn't count as a will record because of the pacemakers that he used but given what he's achieved today you have to wonder whether that two hour barrier could be smashed by in the
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future the last seven men's marathon world records have now been broken here in berlin berlin is the home of the marathon fantastic a phenomenal win for elliott can show they now like he wasn't the only one breaking records today the women's race was a lot tighter who's come out on top there well defending champion gladius churro know of kenya has won the race and she did it in a course record it was a very tight race to initiative bar but was the favorite from ethiopia she went out in front but then she won a medal managed to capture overtake and then power to the line so a great day for kenya where the two top kenyans retaining their titles and it has been a fantastic day obviously we've had the wheelchair races as well the bike races you can get all the results on deja vue dot com mark meadows thank you for your time i'm going to talk to you later. they were kids and were full of promise the for the
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bundesliga season kicked off with their start to the campaign has been dreadful two back to back to feats and on saturday they faced an uphill battle against by in munich that's havoc. they've accused coach heiko haley went on the defensive against by on and even left out germany for what union grant. but the first good chance fell to labor cozen giago handled the ball a penalty was awarded by him protested but the decision looked to be correct. kevin fallen stepped up a man you'll know you're saved by the spot kick had to be taken because the referee but not whistled. this time vandal made a better job of it while not only the cues not the five minutes. but why though came just five minutes later france will cook in a column tonsil e social the greater desire to equalize but his game would later turn sour. recall
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champions by and began suppressing they've accuses defense crumbled and are in robben made them pay the dutchman taking full advantage of unison towers mistake by and had turned the game around last aliso to a knee injury. again petered out after the break but it came alive again on eighty minutes read so karim bellow out he just eight minutes after coming on holding this ugly challenge on ruffy near by and were incensed. the hose that no chance of ten men and by and sealed it late on through time as rodrigue as later cusanus third loss in three. no one to this of course but it is how it is for so it's we have no points from three games but we mustn't lose our cool. by and celebrate that perfect start but halak side are in dire need of some inspiration. now it was billed as the fight of the century three
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hundred sixty four days after their controversial draw cannot can and cannot go alvarez faced off once more in a rematch in las vegas mexican fighter brought us one middleweight belt to the table and started slightly better and who owns two world title belts looks to have secured victory with a dominant display in the later rounds can i won the twelfth and final ran to secure a narrow point when both fighters have said they would return for a third back. and just a reminder of the top stories that we're following for you. at least eleven people have died along the u.s. east coast as tropical storm florence calls us cotton stuff that flooding and arson say it's the worst it's still too calm and in east asia a tie thin line is has i'm sure it's hong kong with gale force winds as of arrows into southern china the storm brought devastation to the pains for officials now feared dozens of people. here today and you're watching the news coming to you
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i'm talking today about xenophobia integration and how people identify with germany she is secretary of state for integration in north rhine-westphalia. is there a way to end a great into german civil society the hundreds of. aman's who recently joined violent anti migrant protests in cabinets. to block that's a very good question there was much discussion in germany for example after the attempted coup in turkey. when people of turkish descent gathered in cologne calling for the death penalty. for that sparked days and weeks of debate about how integration failed there but the n.t. immigrant protests in chemist's are never discussed in the context of integration.
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it's not just kemet. remember two years ago and right wing piggy the activists tell the gallows mark for. the real. off done that too is a problem arising from a lack of social integration and needs to be discussed in the context of integration just as much as other events when you just give it up. too if you were born in germany to turkish immigrants did the incidence in saxony where protesters chanted meal nazi slogans remind you of your childhood when we are not seasons alling and elsewhere set fire to foreigners homes the horrors of home on top. of life i was thirteen at the time of the arson attack. and i observed my parents fear and voices in the turkish community questioning whether it might be time to go home where it was safer since evidently they were no longer welcome here as this way i can avoid it wasn't just insulting and before that there were attacks in moon
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rostock in her spare. time and i might not have been as conscious back then of what was happening as i am now. on. other day i was talking to my mother and she's one of the strongest women i know she's my idol this for me i know they. can and this was the second time in my life that i saw her scared. the. first time was after zoning in and now after the events in camden. she happened to. nearby with my father at a health resort and told me they were too scared to go into town that weekend and. that. and these things are troubling in need to be taken very seriously and i don't absolve them of induction bonus participants any protests were triggered by the deaths of two germans. in one case the main suspects are asylum seekers who are due for deportation just like. the tunisian behind the attack on
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a berlin christmas market. how much has the failure to enforce deportations impacted integration efforts you'd have been the woman to get. then monday. only to the extent that two issues are blended into one in germany we abide by the rule of law and other recent examples have shown that it's not always legally possible to deport an individual even if it's already been mandated. let's. look at sainct are bad course those individuals should not have been here and that's why people have now turned their anger against refugees and let the hits the water off . this is just an attempted instrumentalists asian deal in here to using the death of an individual to vent their own resentment so it's mixing apples and oranges. ya deny. the fact that it's true we need to be more rigorous when it comes to enforcing deportations especially when the individuals concerned pose
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a threat to the fear out of the safety but we also have people seizing on these incidents to advance their own agenda. and we need to make it very clear that that's unacceptable. but each new case attracts new members to right wing nationalist and extremist groups what are you shocked by the large turnout in saxony shouldn't we be concerned about growing xenophobia in germany. and i understand about you might know it's true but let me counter with a question then if it hadn't been a refugee due for deportation wouldn't this case still have been misused to push a personal agenda and five. we've had other similar cases elsewhere in germany where people didn't react the same way mention east or mit and. so
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again yes we need to be more rigorous in deporting people especially when they pose an imminent threat but i'm against abusing these cases to broadcast xenophobic ideology of private individuals and. look professional from. these interest to your parents were turkish guest workers you studied in are a member of the conservative city use executive board. you are a poster child for successful integration that you were hesitant to apply for a german passport why. doesn't it wants an article on the grounds it was mostly for emotional reasons i mentioned talk wish i had i resisted giving up my turkish passport for a long time. and. i didn't want to feel divorced from the identity of my parents whom i look up to and then went on and have. already lived in this country for thirty years as a turkish national without feeling i wasn't in
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a great at. all but then it came to casting a vote and as my interest in politics grew i finally decided to apply for a german passport one week after the state elections in two thousand and ten when i was left on the outside looking in. the door to stop talking but again it was more for emotional reasons plenty of people who don't have a german id still feel like they belong to this country while on the other hand you also have people who have held a german passport for years or even decades and still don't feel like they belong on say next. and that's one of the but there are still many people of turkish origin in germany who feel left out when switching schools trying to enter higher education or applying for a job in mind they say their foreign last name is problematic. today we have third or fourth generation turks in germany. are they more integrated than previous generations. what. about these they must
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live for the longer the debate continues the more evident it becomes that we've made great strides in integration policy. that younger generations feel much more likely belong. if you asked my father where he was from he wouldn't take it as an insult i think i'll stay in. saying he's from turkey . i'm going to if you ask my generation the second generation. of the of the flock said the question and answer it accordingly but we find it annoying. when they think of us when my money if you ask my nieces generation the third generation . then you get a snotty reply like where do you think i'm from i'm from germany just like you and although we also thought. shows that people don't want to concern themselves with such banal questions anymore because they unquestionably feel part of society. and
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that's one. of them and this one's a feeling that if so many identify with germany why do two thirds of the turkish community in germany back the turkish president he's dismantling the same rights in turkey that turkish people take for granted in germany. took. is this an example for how integration has failed. doesn't. i'd say it's a perfect example of how we've pursued a failed integration policy for decades but if you say two thirds of the turkish community in germany voted for president heir to one i need to correct you. two thirds of those eligible to vote elected him. there are about three million people of turkish origin in germany five hundred thousand of whom voted and it was two thirds of that figure on one point and it's important to note that the third generation isn't necessarily reflected in that calculation. why do you think they voted for one. of the one i think in many ways everyone has filled a vacuum and reasserted turkey's stance is
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a strong nation with economic prowess which it certainly demonstrated in recent years. he also filled a vacuum by making people feel like he was there for them he was taking care of them. that's. what i call a vacuum because no turkish president before him had done that kind of plays it then thought no german politician had done that before either gentle or until america was the first person to say i'm your chancellor too. all i have look. on and might make sense to everyone because it seems so self-evident but sometimes the most obvious things need to be emphasized to. the council what the chancellor says is one thing but what needs to be done to prove it looks like that's really. course we also need to promote structural integration you've just mentioned several examples. there for instance there are still many
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migrant children who don't advance into higher education the hoped for but if you compare it to do with how things were ten or fifteen years ago you can say that now many more migrant children attend high school and before. them compared to the majority of society they're still lagging we also still have problems with the job market where people are being discriminated against because of their foreign names or even their religion and they have to apply many more times than others with sin. qualifications these are things we need to work on. in divide between to what degree are muslim traditions hampering integration like parents keeping their daughters from joining sports classes and making them wear headscarves. that's. gonna feel it's not a hindrance to integration i'd say it's a hindrance to civic inclusion. in tyler. since it is
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a problem when parents invoke religious freedom and i wouldn't put it any other way restrict their children's rights. like you know and that's mushy stuff. on and i think we need to be demanding here as an open society. and can't just accept a parent's arguments that is their freedom of religion or their freedom as a parent without questioning it i'm for one only in florida. we've reached the end of our interview and i have three unfinished sentences i'd like to ask you to complete me and to anyone who says i'm a city used token migrant i say if you don't understand a thing you still don't get that we live in a country of immigration. so i expect migrants who want to live in germany to this is not only demonstrate loyalty but also affirm their commitment to germany. they can. go to me germany is the country. i would like to remain in because i enjoy
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living here very very much. thank you for your time thank you. him being a. hero max this week's highlights. intimidating flying with northern paul highnesses. intensive drinking black wine in southern france. interactive playing video games and lighten. your romantic. comedy duckling. place of home. clooney and in chilling. german come sunday dinner nine hundred sixty. one slain tortured and even children to its members fought under that was the beginning
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of how the torture itself. the survivors mr justice continues to this day in sixty minutes on g.w. . the first time doing detailing. a record of incredible it's a whole new world. on the mind of the consumer space comics real arm gets a new era of sexuality. will laughs they can is a big thing if and sexual frustration too much i still have to get used to these robot noises exploring a new frontier in sex and love three point zero. last sunday september
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twenty fifth on t.w. . we want to welcome to our highlights edition with the best picks of the week here's a look at what we've put together for you today. dizzy heights the magical cliffs of media your are in greece. digital art video games on show at london's victoria and albert museum. in wings of desire saving one of the world's rarest birds. we got the show on the cliffs of meteorite they're located in central greece and
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play host to one of the largest complexes of eastern orthodox monasteries now you might know these clips from a james bond movie he climbed them in an action scene in the film for your eyes only all the media or clips attract climbers from all over the world because all of the routes and on peaks with amazing views of the landscape. joined a group of climbers for an exciting adventure captured on film thanks to a cooperation between this broadcaster and the so-called multi drone project. the make up formation in central greece is a magical place of stunning beauty. paradise for rock climbing. back again these from the nearby village of love's climbing hand like so many of
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them. let me use my life table because every morning. cup. i see the oaks and they say. i hope must go there climbing all over the place it's my life. it's the one these cliffs were formed over twenty million years ago from deposits of rock sand and money left by the stream which flowed through time. to. day natural caves in the region still bad traces of former hermitage is this is where since the nineteenth century pious individuals chose to live in total isolation the caves could only be reached via two wooden lattice in the twelfth century monks began building large i'm on the streets in the area today meteorites best known for places of worship. peaks up to three hundred meters high initially they could be
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accessed only with rope land as a windlasses of the twenty four monasteries once built most line room today just six and still inhabited what made pious people flock here. the rock and short protection against intruders and brought you closer to god and the rock formations are spoiled by having effect on people. for a long time meter not seal with served as the president of the meteorite climbing club he still enjoys scaling ropes today and often meets other climbers here. christo back us up or pairing to climb the iconic spindle monolith. two germans kicked off the meteoric climbing crazy hearing the nine hundred seventy they set the first time in ropes and drove safety hawks into the rocks. christos saw us is the first one to reach the peak ensuring that bungay less baths
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can safely follow. the hazard scale the spindle in twenty years. one is that every climb assigns the summit register. about she always says he scaled his very first rock as a ten year old. free solo because we don't curve in effect of what the old we saw that month. and they look at us the crazy young boys. i mean with what they see. it's all that counts is taking one of the region's most scenic climbing what is the pin that. comes to us but you know younis is making sure. it's saying. it's freedom it's no use to know your limits and go above them it's.
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out of the books it's. like trying to relax when you are not been like sports recently i kind of think my life we've talked quite a bit for the coming year and can still is to some kids still especially young and plan to explore more and more of the school just landscape he looked at. video games have come a long way since pac-man or space invaders to become a large part of today's popular culture while here in germany it's estimated that forty percent of the population play video games and that number seems to be growing like them or not there is no disputing the video games play an important role in many people's lives so much so that the victorian albert museum in london is devoting a special exhibition to the subject and shows the diversity of modern videogames
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and how they impact on modern culture to this day. video games have become more than just a way to pass the time in fact they're currently being presented as an art form at a museum in london the victoria and albert is dedicating an entire exhibition to be deal games focusing on their development since the early two thousand. there is a turning point around that where access to broadband to social media to new design tools and new commentary online new whites talk about video games help and it's really changed the nature of the media and moved it from a particular direction for its own much border wall but can explore different ideas . that applies to games with a million dollar budget. as well as small independent productions the show with the b.n.a. pays special attention to how games look or an exhibition about all the design and
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so not said to you video games make perfect sense to be explored pit right now digital design is one of the most important elements of contemporary design and that's why we're at the forefront of exploring that one example of outstanding design is that twenty thirteen gaming epic that lanced of us. what are you still freight train cars and trucks players assume the roles of father and daughter trying to survive in a world ravaged by an epidemic. thanks to an exciting story line matched by deceptively realistic graphics the game has sold millions of copies. of the exhibit reveals the months long painstaking work that goes into developing stories and game design. design is also key to the success of journey a surprise hit from twenty to twelve. players room
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a virtual desert that's why the games developer. went to a real sandy environment to design and. it went to that is no dunes of the store through l.a. and decided to spend time running in the sand and you could see me playing with a scarf in the air and you know just sliding and walking and feeling with this and felt like because we really wanted to build this summer said world where this and as a unique feature. journey was the first video game ever to be nominated for a grammy it soundtrack was a contender in twenty thirteen. coming. i think one of the biggest things that you can do is you can really reach for something new and different go into the blue ocean and try to find other things unique feeling or unique style or unique way of interacting that really captures
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heart it's. the exhibition also make space for games that dive into topical social issues like the game how do you do it with its playful take on gender issues. the graveyard tackles issues of energy players take on the role of an elderly woman a big contrast to brutal first person shooters. are real harvey and michael so i mean developed the game a lot of video games deal with death but they deal with them in very artificial ways and confronting a gamer with the idea of death was sort of in a way we were playing with their expectations of what games death is and then also making them think about well the human condition at the same time just what we wanted to show this is this confrontation of life and death in the city on the harmony between those. in the virtual and the real worlds are growing closer
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for example game fashion scene spired car design. as in reality vice versa. players go beyond just playing it they create they they take the characters from these walled off floyd and create cults play and they create communities and you know i think both of these there isn't some topics of superphosphate for the future of video. to show with the victoria and albert museum and back at the beginning at least in appearance it's an arcade retro style hands on that you can touch and trying to cultivate lee experimenting and having fun is what radio games are all about and in this case in a museum. we turn our attention now to some wildlife and the northern bald ibis may not be the most beautiful bird in the world i mean look at it it is not it's a face only a mother could love but it is one of the rarest now the species was almost entirely
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extinct with an initiative between the european union and the world wildlife fund was launched to save it now a unique resettlement project is underway and we take a look now at how things are going so far. it's an impressive sign twenty thirty one north and boulder ibises flying from germany to their winter quarters in italy. france to mothers. and cotton as showing that it's the way down. the two women are part of a team dedicated to saving more than bold ideas from extinction. after working with the birds for months they know that beauty is more than skin deep even for but it's . fun for a lot of us them unfun look this has a lot of people say they look ugly at first and the life but when they see the birds live they realize that's not true and they're really lovely birds and have.
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each one has its own character each one is special for this or that and that's what gives them the beauty that these birds radiate. the so much because i ask ideas so much and this is asker he always wants to be close to you to be beheaded for that you can recognize him right away from his behavior alone. so even if they all look pretty much the same we can tell the difference although wasn't that she does her work with them every day. whereas now to this on. the northern border i bet says one of the grammar is on the planet it's been an endangered species for for centuries but now some birds are being reintroduced into the wild. they are made an ultralight aircraft to foster moms in yellow t. shirts to aid recognition a megaphone and team boss johannes fix the behavioral biologist and initiator of the recent hope project explains what else is required. if you're going deviant or
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higher than birds we still have are kept in captivity so when you want to release them into the wild you have to show them the migration route or create a new migration tradition. nari going. and that takes a lot of effort. i know schmoe speak and call him out esther start working with a bird shortly after they hatch the foster mother to teach them to react to certain calls oh he's. fine the kind that is kind. of the northern border is his get very close to their foster mother's. the young birds are supposed to follow the women everywhere because they have and it's medicine and we get them when they're between three and eight days old and that how as soon as they learn how to take food from a sudden we start calling them like this at every feeding they hear it so they'll connect the food with the call that's what i've been the one where in the ultralight aircraft we use it so that they'll follow us on the mats and the half
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legal. you can call and i asked i have spent coffee in a training of plants to fly with them the project is supported by the world wide fund for nature for the folks doesn't always follow the plan it takes practice. yeah funny i'm a fan of plans but when we start off in small steps we take really short flights and slowly increase them then when we've been in the air for a while we circle around and keep calling them and entice them to faraway meadows and eventually when they notice that we're taking them on outings that we're flying to new meadows with them that spurs their interest then they get it and follow us everywhere that's why i'm a tin foil. now they have an almost one thousand kilometer journey ahead of them the e.u. finances the reason for hope the project for your highness fits the plane journey is something special. this is being just moving with the birds in three dimensional space crossing the alpine divide that's an elevation of up to two
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thousand six hundred meters and is fascinating almost surreal to not see all. after exactly two weeks they land at the lagoon of all the talent and nature reserve in south in tuscany. and as i have they are here just happy to have arrived at their winter quarters and succeeded in showing the ibises the way south. but the joy is tempered with sorrow because soon the phones to mothers must bid farewell to that challenges and then show both of them how it is a bit sad but then that's the aim that they're free and independent and that doesn't work if they're relying on us and say even if one is out. to see fossum others will stay with them feathered friends until november bought by next year at the latest the burns should be able to fly so. normally the
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colors of wine are rosy white or red but did you know that black is also an option black wine stems from the mild back grape and was given this name because of the extreme darkness while here in europe it's mostly produced in southwest france and that is where we are headed for our next report so let's find out if black wine is really black and see how its rich color affects the taste. the core region in southern france is one of europe's oldest wine regions its claim to fame is the mud back grape. prize for the best mother of twenty eighteen went to the chateau de meco as vineyard opened by bed time to go home. now that from core is also called the black wine it isn't hard to see why there's a saying if you can look through it it isn't amount. is a diva it's
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a grape very very difficult to do to grow bird here in. meat. very. very. bad target holes father bought the chateau de mega whereas in one thousand nine hundred three. he turned it into a four star hotel with thirty rooms and a michelin starred restaurant. the castle ambiance is part of the appeal. of the bishops' of. until a certain to the twenty's into ritz who you don't have a lot of. initiative from the certain sundry. to always growing my bag even men. but during the nineteenth century aphids plagued
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the region and destroyed most of. them out back break from coal or was only rescued from extinction by the finns as hard work in the one nine hundred forty s. . lydia and claude studied agriculture and dedicate their efforts to replanting mountebank they bought land which was once used to grow wine but was then abandoned because it was too hard to reach a fossil in france fable of. and talk about preserving cultural heritage france restores churches castles even old factories and now we're restoring our agricultural heritage but the one. we tried to do for was a customer what the how big. and then the can taste really what people drinking car during. before they started their own vineyards the couple worked for other wine growers for years with great success as experts in soil analysis they advised hundreds of the world over for their own slopes they chose
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that very traditional. works in so long time for. some yes said we make we make we help people to print when you're outdoors who's a world and governor thing and so she said why we can't. so there's a whole region of the decision. the chateau de meco as produces on a very different scale it is more than six thousand five hundred ten tonnes of land . also takes center stage at the hotel restaurant in twenty seventeen is the shift so was awarded a michelin star preparing regional dishes that get perfectly with the wine. i like to send freshwater fish with a mile back. of them want to do one goes especially well with. the support from. actually originated in the coal region but it's not only
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associated with french wine about seventy percent of the world's most of that grapes are grown in mendoza argentina. the difference between a. quite important. this is. the differences like between pick us who are. both are great that's there are different. that wine from the south or from. one of the plants and as time on it's europe has to offer. and finally we stay in france and head to the northwestern part of the country to brittany for a kolesnik dish now these are crab made with buckwheat but while cuts are normally served with sweet drink jam or even chocolate spread lead or rather salty we want
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to take a closer look now at various versions of a traditional company. the. brittany is famous for its rugged n.p. to full coastline this region in northwestern france is home above all to fishermen and farmers. locally grown wheat is plentiful here good news for the region's many cup of the city and there's certainly no shortage of those here in the small town of compact which dates back to the middle ages. the cook of the defeat is one of the oldest here it's run by audrey green day and her colleague. for her craps she mixes different types of flour in addition to ordinary wheat meal she also uses flour made from buckwheat. known here as blaine wa or black wheat it's a key ingredient in the proton gallons. let me melissa says and now i've added salt
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to my various types of flour mills and now i mix it all up with my hands. so i add one ache. and finally water. so look at. the mixture is needed to form a light batter. then it's ready for cooking. that's actually so this is the way. the griddle is coated with egg yolk before cooking rather than fat. that's how we wait. only if we use a lot of butter in brittany butter with salt.
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and then a goes in the center genially and then kill your teas over the top father and then add ham unfolded. then you brush it with salted butter. and it's. all kinds of toppings can be used for the. favorites include goat's cheese or rock for sausage bacon or slices of pork loin. the gullets are traditionally served with cider. was first introduced to france from asia in the middle ages it quickly became popular among farmers to. the plant thrive even in brittany's acidic soil and rainy conditions.
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today in the uk wheat takes just three months to grow that's very fast and that's what made it so popular. it was duchess and of brittany who really brought it in. and she divided the region into an upper and a lower brittany. so in upper brittany their work i let and in lower brittany the more refined clip. are not just popular with the locals but also with tourists diners at the cracker very different she get to select the ingredients of their choice. and as the meal is very inexpensive it's common to have multiple courses. for dessert many opt for a sweet kind. it's usually served with a homemade caramel sauce. but the company to floozy offers
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a huge selection of sweet cups including with chocolate or fruit preserves. for the more exclusive credit was common yes. and that wraps up another week of euro max you can always keep up with the show on our website or by following us on social media for me in the rest of us here at euro max thanks for tuning in well seeing n sync.
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place of home. colonia dignidad in chile. german come sunday nine hundred sixty. slain georgian and even shows its members just fought under that was the beginning of hell the torture itself. the survivors quest for justice continues to this day in thirty minutes monday w. a contentious figure at home. in germany.
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gorbachev was one of the great heroes of the twentieth century mikhail gorbachev the last leader of the soviet union was an agent of change. who quickly measures downfall. i have decided to resign my duties as president of the soviet union. he continues to fight for world peace with a reminder when you actually have to comprehend when he says taken us today there is a new arms race. arrow of time gorbachev and the opportunity for peace which to chart october third on g.w. . may nineteenth sixteen and i'm crying echoed around the world. young people in the field against their hands. generation. it was an awesome place dusty from the stupidity
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and teachers instruction to the bottom into nothingness that no homes or slate maelstrom up to the incident with to be a moment for a pledge to grow the larger issue and watch the bomb work every day the windows were the result in most of the first time i had a feeling of being part of something other than. the seeds of civil rights the peace movement the women's movement for a whole planet during this period the two sixty it. took a little. this week to double. dutch. players
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. this is due to the news going to live from very late after breaching shopaholic and the philippines tightening in my case makes law all in china fostering hong kong with gale force winds and torrential rain more than half a million people have been evacuated across several chinese there seems as they brace for impact is also coming up. a russian government sachs events has reportedly been flown to brand name for medical treatment up for a suspected poisoning against her breast lump is one of four a pussy riot protesters who stormed the pitch during this year's world cup final in moscow. and new marist on a world record in britain and kenya ten years could show that finishes the race in just two hours is one minute i'm. yes and i think.
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it's good to have you with us. in mind is now hazing southern china battering hong kong and dong province with gale force winds and torrential rain a super storm has already caused a major destruction in the philippines authorities there say dozens are feared dead in flooding landslides and collapsed buildings. nature smacks the coast of hong kong with full force. and one onlooker gets a little too close for comfort as hong kong issues a maximum alert for. the territories government has warned people to prepare for the worst storm surges were expected to raise water levels at the city's famous victoria harbor by up to four meters.
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hundreds of residents have been evacuated to shelters while others hope to ride it out. for throes who'd hoped to leave hong kong before the storm there was little chance almost all flights in and out of the island's airport have been counseled. and frustration to travelers in southeastern china all flight traffic has been halted to and from shands an airport until early monday morning and many other cities have also been paralyzed by the typhoon or the king of storms as chinese media are describing it. barreled across the philippines island of luzon where it claimed dozens of lives. and as the country begins to count the human cost of the typhoon manila residents left facing
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a unique cleanup challenge tons of plastic rubbish washed by the storm surge back on to the island. meanwhile at least eleven people have died in the u.s. as epic rainfall from tropical storm florence calls a severe flooding in north and south carolina authorities say that the devastation is far from over there warning residents not to have returning to their homes you know is my issue there's a trailer park where people are struggling to cope with the effects of the storm. this is not supposed to be here this is broken so is that new bern north carolina bore the brunt of florence's fury hundreds of people had to be rescued from flooded homes and cars. across the river on the edge of town one park of trailer homes can't even begin to dig itself out. a small trailer
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unlike a solid house is nearly defenseless against the torrent of wind rain and floods that the hurricane unleashed in this neighborhood it was pure destruction for many people here this is all they have and the waters may have receded some now but this is how high they got so this sent his family to safety a state away but chose to stay behind in his trailer saying he had worked too hard to simply abandon them go go go go go. those are people saying that we should wait for a week for i need to rebuild but because i think i mean times together and at the end of the you know. francis tycoon just arrived back. he and his wife took shelter for two days at the country club where frances works and this is how they found their home. we're going to see if someone will help us maybe this he or the further government that will help us
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because we don't have any other option for it to go for now i think. france or some tammy don't have insurance they can't afford it they're not expecting any help from the government tell me suffers from chronic health problems meaning her husband will do whatever he can to clean up alone even then it might not be enough. i'm not sure i don't feel like this will ever be back to normal because i just don't feel like after all this damage it would be safe. just don't know what's going to happen to be truthful and i don't know where we're going to go . i'm just at a loss i'm standing in a daze and i know it doesn't help. i'm lost. forecasts even more water could flood here in the next day no matter what happens
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people here are saying come together to help each other out. a russian antti government activist associated with the protest group pussy riot has reportedly been flown to berlin for medical treatment. was taken ill three days ago and admitted to a moscow hospital was the right members say they believe he was poisoned. this video appears to show prominent kremlin activist. arriving in the german capital it was posted on twitter by not just. a fellow member of pussy riot. the group believes verzilov was poisoned in an attempt to intimidate or even kill him member veteran economical she says he is in berlin to receive medical treatment. was one of four protesters who invaded the pitch during july's football world cup final in moscow millions of people were watching live the four protesters
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later appeared in court and they served fifteen day jail sentences d.w. interviewed verzilov and other pussy riot members back in august. explained the group's approach. taken political collective we don't have a fixed number of members different people come together from various factions. the young activists talked of a harsh climate for opposition groups who are frequently condemned by state media and the. us because they have to because pussy riot don't do what they want just the way it is the state media always attack opposition groups. was hospitalized in moscow three days ago a pussy riot activist was quoted as saying he had lost his eyesight and ability to
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talk it is not clear what caused his illness but some fingers have pointed to the kremlin several high profile poisoning cases have been blamed on the russian government in the past fifteen years though it has always denied any involvement so far the kremlin has not commented on the case. for more on this story now we're joined by our moscow correspondent. has there been any reactions in russia at all to reports that. has been brought to berlin. well there being no of the reactions from the russian government so far the state controlled media like for example re enormously they just reported that he has left russia for medical treatment and burlington office deep quotes and maria and locking up who is also a member of course the bride and she said that carter their seat of his going to stay in germany in the early in the days to come why did the russian authorities and him to leave the country to fake well known formation on that for that reason i
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can only speculate we may say that the russian government has no reason to keep him in russia right now he walks if he wants to be treated in germany by german doctors not allowing him to leave russia would raise suspicions for example that the police of that act as be the secret service even russia that they could have poisoned him governess he left has spent his childhood in canada so he has a canadian and russian citizenship this is another reason why of that's at least my opinion to let him. not allude to it to allow him to leave the country if he wants up and a couple of weeks ago you actually met p.r. staff wrestling off in moscow so can you tell us more about him and his role in the grape. well he's very funny he's a likable person he's someone where you and i would say words just great to go out
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on a sunday evening he's a member of course you're right and definitely a very smart guy he seems to me that he's one of the organizers of their events he is. it is old and also the publisher of that of a news website i need years on up which fulton conducts daring reporting on russia's criminal justice system and when we met in his kitchen he was taking pictures with the stone because his cat was playing with our t.v. camera. made rag surratt in moscow thank you for your force. of the burnin marathon is taking place right now it's through the streets of the german capital it is one of the world's top marathons and the man's world records has just been smashed by kenyan any day thousands of foreign runners are also taking parts and returning back to their ranks well mark meadows from sports is
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close to the finish line the run to break mark the new world record holder run right past you just a little while ago talk us through his role and how big of an achievement this is. it was very very special for everyone here today i mean i could show you hasn't just broken the world record he has completely destroyed it he did it in two hours wall nine minutes thirty nine seconds now the previous world record which was set here in two thousand and fourteen was two hours two minutes fifty seven seconds so he smashed it by well over a minute i mean people a few years ago were thinking was that even humanly possible it is quite incredible what he has achieved and he's only thirty three so he's not a spring chicken but overseas chaining in kenya in high altitude helps him but still this is something massive in the world of athletics you might remember a few a few months ago he tried to actually break the famous to the area which no one
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thought was really possible it was a publicity stunt for a sports with money factor he didn't quite manage it that day and it didn't count as a we'll record because of the pacemakers that he used but given what he's achieved today you have to wonder whether that two hour barrier could be smashed by in the future the last seven men's marathon world records have now been broken here in berlin is the home of the marathon fantastic a phenomenal win for elliott can show they now like he wasn't the only one breaking records today the women's race was a lot tighter who's come out on top there well defending champion gladius churro no of kenya has won the race and she did it in a course record it was a very tight race to the bar but was the favorite from ethiopia she went out in front but then sharon amidst managed to capture overtake and then power to the line so a great day for kenya with the two top kenyans retaining their titles and it has been
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a fantastic day obviously we've had the wheelchair races as well the bike races you can get all the results on deja vue dot com mark meadows thank you for your time i'm going to talk to you later. as singapore grand prix takes place they are on on sunday with formula one world champion lewis hamilton on pole but only just astounds xander was a mere three hundred of a second quicker than his rivals but that proved to be enough. lewis hamilton struggled at times on saturday losing his lines on a number of occasions his missing eighties boss toto vote was not best pleased. but burton hamilton is not world champion for nothing he pulled a laugh out of nowhere to top the time sheets and he stayed there max for stuff and ended up being second quickest in his red bull. hamilton knows pole could be gold dust on the tight singapore street circuit especially with title rivals the best in
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fettle third on the grid. wow wow that was a lot of my vision for. that magic. i don't really know where it came from but it all came together. naturally want to say thank you to some of the feed back to factory you know i was working so hard really really so hard to pull out of there should be it's. singapore and the throngs of fans all ready for an epic race on the lights. and our minder at the top story that we're following for you type in mind games has made landfall in southern china bosher in hong kong and two on gone down province with gale force winds and torrential rain authorities have issued their highest hilarious anyhow and million people have been evacuated from stations across the region. that's it for me for now you are watching daily news coming to you from berlin and more again at the top of the hour and don't forget
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ideas the environment series of global three thousand on t.w. and all mine. came. out. dortmund fans were delighted as the black and yellow summer signings stole the show and kicked off much they treat with a three one win against frankfurt. abdu diablo open the scoring for dortmund in the thirty six the minute it's the french men's first goal for the black and yellows since signing this summer from minds now in the sixty eighth minute sebastien of their equalized for frank first powering home and danny that cost across in stuff. but just four minutes later dortmund three took the lead thanks to muggles falls and two minutes from time buckle and concept rounded out the home victory with a debut gulch. not a stoke welcome to the bull in this league on d.w.i.
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public. dorman's victory sets us up nicely for an exciting weekend a full pull and there's been no shortage of goals so let's see what's coming up on today's show. we start with labor couzens quest for points we'll see if they could end the miserable start of the season by shocking. and a tight affair is expected between. tatto berlin two sides has been flexing their muscles this season. leverkusen were full of promise before the season kicked off but their start a campaign has been dreadful to back to back defeat and this weekend they faced an uphill battle against bahrain in munich could they surprise their solid hosts and finally pick up some points let's find out. they've accused coach heiko haley went on the defensive against byron and even left out germany for what union
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began. with the first good chance fell to laver cozen giago handled the ball a penalty was awarded by him protested but the decision looked to be correct. given follow on steps up a manual neuer saved for the spot kick had to be retaken because the referee had not whistled. this time ventile made a better job of it one nil to lay because now after five minutes. reply though came just five minutes later france will cook in a column time to lease so should the greater desire to equalize but his game would later turn sour recalled champions by and began to press hard labor couzens defense crumbled and robin make them pay the dutchman taking full advantage of unison towers mistake by and had turned the game around last aliso to a knee injury. the game petered out after the break but it came alive again on
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eighty minutes. red herring be just eight minutes after coming on folding this ugly challenge on ruffy near by and were incensed. the hose that no chance of ten men and by and sealed it later on through him as rodriguez later cusanus third loss and three. no one to this of course but it is how it is for so it's we have no points from three games but we mustn't lose our cool. high and celebrate that perfect start but halak side are in dire need of some inspiration. two games and two wins that's have all spirit and berlin have kicked off their season the world surprisingly strong start to the campaign has their fans feeling rather optimistic after struggling through the past couple of seasons now their opponents had to have also looked pretty nifty and evenly balanced much was predicted but
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could one of the to inform sides edge head. those ferg and hats or were both hoping to continue their flying starts to the new campaign the hosts were in control alley on with your own receive your trying his luck from distance on several occasions the frenchman's efforts were less of a threat to the go and more to the camera man beside it that bump to the head meant he had to cook off early fortunately there was no lasting damage. for much of the game the two sides cancelled each other out just after the hour mark just fire odell rowson capitalize on a wayward pass to put hats. in france by the opening bell was the dutch win his first in the bundesliga observe it stayed until the eighty seventh minute went on a maia collected into max arnold right on the edge of the votes. the referee eventually gave the penalty. dispatched by the stuttering unit smiley.
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behind one one the score five but the drama was just beginning in the first minutes of stoppage time on trade due to a slip and ingenious free kick under the wall to put half him back in front of my it was due to his second goal from a free kick into games. but if but with time running out john brooks headed on to admin many and he level things up again by bruno love india's team snatching a draw from the jaws of defeat thanks to their new found never say die attitude of telling voters his image of the team has gained confidence they know from the last few weeks and some situations at the end of last season that they can come back from behind that gives you belief and who comes into discontent in for the home a point was the least the sides deserved after a match high on drama. now it's time to take
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a look at some of the other big tides this weekend in a moment we'll see when this leipzig and hanover fared but first we look at the clash against childhood the royal blues have lost both of their opening ties leaving coach to many go to desk of feeling under pressure so let's take a look at how they got on against a glass side that hasn't tasted defeat yet this season. the answer is quite poorly the players were barely on the pitching block but were ready in the lead ins he is going to with the opener in the third minutes the before shell who were poor on the attack but when they did get a chance on goal from a corner they came bitterly close summit just keeping seventy seventy but the but made a way through the second half block but came close some cells going to school for months a night by the woodwork the but the foals ultimately poured more salt in the royal blues wounds when they got the second in the seventy seven minutes i
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was convinced cross in the box was not some but only some play out to set up the take how much the but shall because bill mbulelo pulled one back in the dying seconds to one of the final school i be but so many go to discos side lose their third on the bounce and find themselves in a minor crisis. over leipsic up the start of the game on the front foot good him a shot deflected for use of pull since ahead in the open and in the night minutes by the it was the danish internationals first of the season. four minutes later the guests were back in the game nicklaus fuku with a superb volley to level the school abut the biopsy stepped up again him a forsberg and team of then it began to shine in the sweet set up the strike its
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reestablish the host slender lead on forty minutes was the boss of the break they teamed up again to move an eye with his brace and life seek with three one a if the band over weren't ready to go down without a fight though because auburn always pulled one back for the gas in the same. the fifth minute but that was the end of their resurgence how diverse still without a win this season while leipzig win their first game of the campaign at the third time of asking i. well let's round up all the action so far of course on saturday and as we saw byron beat leverkusen there's a draw between valves and had to berlin got the beach. and it was good news for new comers fortuna dusseldorf. secured the win with
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a late strike he converted from the spot in the eight and seventh minute to give the promoted side their first victory of the season it's a bitter defeat for hoffenheim who had equalised just a minute before just indorse winner. of course i forgot to mention there that of course leipzig get beaten over three two minds to hosts managed to beat but it turned out to be no easy task the winner came in the nine hundred thirty minutes with alexandra maxine firing home to mark the end of a chaotic and eleven minutes in which outs bird took the lead before minds turned the game for keeper fabio gay for one to enjoy watching the replays back he was our fault for both mind goals now there's dortmund victory against frankfurt on friday night of course on sunday braman host nuremberg and stuttgart travel to freiburg. and now that's take a look at the table of course what
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a shocker munich up there at the top but there is a little bit of movement dormant move up on votes bergen had to move down a little bit that the other end of the table we have somebody new down the bottom laverick who is and what an absolutely shocking start to the season they're having stuttgart move ever so slightly up shelter looked and they're just one spot above those relegation places really good results for them now it's time for the ball in this league is play of the day as voted by our followers on twitter and the winner with fifty nine percent of the vote is barnes are you robin the dutchman meant jonathan todd's clearance and hammered home this caustic fairly early in the opening half to put munich had never couzens lucas for a decade was left absolutely stunned are you and robin is your play of the day. surely one of the best goals of disease and i would say. well on sunday we'll be
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joined in the studio to discuss this weekend's bomb the sneak action by bundesliga journalist kip holden will be asking will shock and labor manage to win a game sometime soon i'm sure their fans really want to go to roeser of for them so do send us your questions for him to be addresses on your screen now it's time to say goodbye will be back of course on sunday so to tide you over until the end here so many great moments from the weekend so far so for me and the rest of the bundesliga team here in berlin.
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place of home. german come down to dinner nine hundred sixty. flames. and even fuel its member. that was the beginning of how the torture itself. the survivors christopher johnson continues to this day next d.w. . in good shape rare diseases are rarely diagnosed correctly at first many patients run a medical gone from the first symptoms to the final diagnosis. if you have the
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feeling that something isn't right then you should continue to fight for a proper diagnosis and to music school we visit the center for rare diseases occur when charlie teo hospital in good shape in sixteen d. told him. as a gentle going on a polar expedition. don't miss this story for john j. should johnson takes you along on a thrilling and bone chilling journey each week as you can discover the story and locate. each other your story on instagram. i am. a moving van beethoven and. his work goddess for turning up.
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the maestro and three. beethoven faced john twenty team. tiffany and physical abuse at a german run enclave intially. vine county where i can't cry anymore we left our tears behind and chilling choose. the victims demand compensation. an order is good so we need financial support just a little help please this is important. governments have done nothing to help. one releases and be sure when he's in chile don't want to deal with this. after dortch side.
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the school is located on the outskirts of chile's capital santiago. then feed him spent the first twenty years of his life in the colonia dignidad the colony of dignity. eventually it how are you nice to see you michael. this exhibition is devoted to one of the darkest chapters in the modern history of chile and germany. you know what it's been. what the family panels sixteen. of them all this is intended to teach the new generation about colonia dignidad it's a kind of warning about sects government policies extremism brainwashing things that
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just shouldn't happen here in british. as well it was nice to see and these students were born long after the end of chile's dictatorship in the one nine hundred ninety when they. lived at colonia dignidad for how long through twenty years it. makes you feel for you won't believe it but there were no family as such. i didn't know who my father and mother were. i had no concept of a normal family life. from the age of seven i had to work hard seven days a week no days off not even sundays sixteen hours a day. today people often asked me whether i wanted to excrete. i say no because i didn't even know that there was another world out there. we didn't have radio or t.v. we had no idea that we were living in a world that was anything but typical because you would be on a fairly distinct. the colonia dignidad was founded in one nine hundred sixty one
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by paul shaffer a german immigrant. chair father had recently fled west germany after being charged with sexually abusing children for many of the colonial residence life was like a prison camp. the colonial was surrounded by barbed wire. in one nine hundred seventy three general augusto pinochet came to power in chile in a coup determined. pinochet secret police used the colonia to interrogate torture and murder suspected political opponents many of these crimes took place in this. two hundred appears on the exhibits video screen more than two hundred prisoners were tortured at colonia dignidad. one of them was louis enrique people a is a left wing activist at the time. in september nine hundred seventy four i was
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arrested in santiago. i was taken to an interrogation center and then flown to the colonial. i was subjected to electric shocks on my feet genitals. where else on the back of my neck were the victims try to come to terms with the past here it is more than a part of the process involves telling people what happened to you and revealing that side of your private life we have to tell young people what happened here so that it never happens again it is with us just as the sun was making a focal. in a few days of infamy plans to visit the site of the former colonia dignidad he plans to set up a memorial for the victims. power
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schaefer fled the colonia in one nine hundred ninety seven after tulane authorities filed charges of child abuse against him he was convicted in absentia on those charges. she felt was arrested in two thousand and five and died in a prison hospital in twenty ten. when police raided the colonia they found a complex of bunkers surveillance equipment torture chambers and weapons. venit in the. who are brothers spent more than thirty years at colonia dignidad. they were treated like slaves they were forced to take psychotropic drugs and was subjected to physical abuse. discovered we were tortured with cattle drive to children brought in germany france
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would use it so it would you wouldn't want often what they'd used to prod on your stomach or on his dearest of all. it does fall under the torture was absolutely hellish it was served the value of what i wanted to die it got to the point where i said i can't take this anymore. this mythical brother is now live in germany they've written an account of their ordeal. they describe how they were separated from their families as children and they identify the perpetrators who tortured them they point out that many of the victims are now retirees who live on welfare. beyond the limit with words like dogs seven days a week three hundred sixty five days a year people that includes christmas and new year's. and we ended up with nothing
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but we weren't paid for our work. there was no compensation at all listen i'm just a sonic we want to make a public record. public while. this is the government district in berlin. it's the first time that vanna and hina have visited the capital. and they and other colonial victims have decided to lobby the government for compensation. the government has so far been reluctant to come to terms with these crimes. today they'll be talking to social democrats in peace. there are reports that all the political parties now plan to take this matter seriously. that's a positive sign for decades the german government refused to discuss the issue of
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financial compensation even though the government shares some responsibility for the crimes committed at colonia dignidad. officials at the german embassy in chile knew about the torture and slavery and kept quiet about it for decades. in twenty sixty federal presidential welcome gulp rejected the idea of compensation for st george are refusing the german government will under no circumstances consider such glorious my homes i'm sure we're here to accept you that. that did not go down well with the victims. today they will also meet christian democrats m.p.'s receiving it has long been opposed to compensation claims abuse we've all had bad backs my husband had several operations he first entered his back at the age of fourteen
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while he was picking up big rocks. you know like you know a van and harness the honestly to the politicians about what happened to them. don't come with it not at night paul shaffer would come sneaking through the rooms with a flashlight looking for people who were still awake or loiter. or sometimes i'd toss your outside in your pajamas. even in winter. if you've lost also take you to the garage for what you were in an old barn strap you drown in with you for no reason to use it so. polluted almost didn't go on but who treated us like dirt i thought the work was not good i got so used to the beating was that it was like they were happening to someone else they'd be the tire of me to the point where i couldn't feel anything more but the good it's made you feel good. morning company you did use a rubber trenchant a little and beat you insulin bled. or does he were just burnt out. they could do
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whatever they wanted to you. could i couldn't cry any more. i haven't cried in years if they could beat me bloody and they still could walk right out of a. best can also be what i feel the same it is also i can cry on my honey we left our tears in chile we were cheated we cried so much you know when i'll be pissed off you on. their own pay i just couldn't help them and the german states wouldn't help. but maybe that will change in a short order with us from shot by what i just heard for what happened to these people is beyond belief i'm guitar involved in this. and you saw here in trading what would a compensation package look like. these people did not live and work in germany. but we've got to see this through so that the victims can get the help they need them it. was the from home because i believe that things have changed only when
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they see concrete proof i don't believe in their promises anymore. fresh question. what does this make think about all this. world the talks were encouraging. i was actually pretty nervous when i got into. this there was a lot of pressure a lot. cotton fields we're not used to meeting with politicians. but i feel good about these meetings and i've developed a sense of trust with these people which is. that there's not much time to propose legislation parliamentary elections will be held in a few months the compensation bill could get lost in the shuffle. if. we returned to chile.
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after didn't feel tempted if colonia dignidad he owned a law degree and now represents some of the victims like. at the age of twelve savile was treated in the colony hospital and was sexually abused there by paul shaffer. he's one of at least two hundred abuse victims. this is where shaffer was able to live out his paedophile fantasies for more than thirty years without fear of arrest. today colonia dignidad has been transformed into the village of yet a very village. part of the site caters to tourists the restaurant his spear and german cuisine. the colonias notorious past seems to have been forgotten
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. let me say and they are pretty good turds of the house for schaefer abused me. enjoying themselves the places where people were raped and murdered. it's horrible the tourist brings their kids interim period. i want all three of my court cases and compensation the ok you know but the colony officials who should pay still haven't and it's long overdue know when i'm simply mending fences and wanting to answer your thing at your funeral or not the dealing with people that are but as you know. there's been a lot of legal wrangling for vin fee temper this is one way for him to come to terms with his past to fight for justice against the system that abused him. the next day of infamy travels to the town of to move to meet two other colonia
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victims. this is you are inside. he and his wife left the enclave and eventually moved to this farm in southern chile. if you ask him was held prisoner and abused at colonia dignidad. it wasn't easy to start a new life you or him found a job as a missile and the couple rented a small house. and you have all the. older you know you asked him his wife till his couldn't stand looking at the villainy of any longer at least here they can lead normal lives. the tightness spent years slaving away a colonia dignidad they weren't paid for their work and certainly didn't make contributions to a pension fund. and if you multiply to get
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without and steve biddulph toss up if my company goes out of business i'm finished month i have to deal with that possibility every day how am i supposed to find a new job after start all over again on film and release the house and everything we own is so hot it seems like to find we live from month to month my way just cover our expenses for a month and that's it i'm just going to this would be awful if we couldn't afford to send our children to school i worry about that a lot thus i need an operation but we can't afford it and you had a stroke. that was rushed off the map that i'm in fact i just woke up guns cause him didn't know tobar third i had a cerebral. stroke a stroke stopped and he couldn't speak and we can't pay our medical bills when i'm finished. the tightness and the children needed years of counseling to help them
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cope. with oh no no no no i go out without a mother and it wasn't easy. to her she died young. she did in two thousand throughout the time the system was collapsing of the restricted you know word oh. no unfortunately the people tell me she was very nice. it's difficult for you ask him and do this to talk about this but they're determined to sneak out. they say that germany shares some of the blame for what happened to them. recent events in this region and also we're not trying to rip anyone off we're not going to get rich off this but we need financial support just to make ends meet we want to pay for our children's education so that they can make something of themselves just a little help please this is important in the new book a bit of this how do. we
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return to bill that this is the last session of parliament before the election it's just before midnight a breakthrough seems to be in the works a bill has been submitted that would provide for a review of the colonia case and compensation for the victims. of it. vanishment care and victim wagner observe the debate. have come because in the german authorities have ignored the situation they must have been blind children were kidnapped and abused the parents were like two people were murdered. and now the verdict. fear those in favor of these please raise your hands if you went out. to see a thirty dissenting vote. abstention. there is none the motion is approved i was
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doing this for the house as you know. i'm just a small tufnell that gives us hope. i don't want to get too excited but it looks like things are finally moving in the right direction. because there are a lot of politicians who support us and would listen to us if. that's something we never had before and. she was honey off. so we have sneezed i didn't expect this to. completely overwhelmed. this is a ray of hope. and little. this is justice may finally be done after fifty seven years. thirty k. . waters but how will the government actually implement the compensation package legislation. that's will be.
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back in chile. then for example meets with human rights activists there on their way to the village vieira the former colonia dignidad. are. they going to put out the plan that to honor that they could have. back after the summer this is the very first memorial to those people. today is a national commemoration day and that's why we're here. and we got official permission to put up the plaque there were so many crimes took place. back here for i think i'll. do this side that decides that she wants to go along. to mine here sign this is interested i want to show my support for the victims i wouldn't normally do
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something like this i suffered neck injuries at the colonia and it still hurts so i'm a little nervous about all this been missing every society becomes a hellish. it's a forty kilometer drive to. many of polish if a sociopath still live and work there. the close the door this gets to the village the more vivid memories become. just people you can see the trees and the fences you couldn't escape if i tried eight times to escape in five minutes they'd send someone out to bring you back so it was hopeless to say here's where we go in the language of the squid. a number of human rights activists are already here. this area used to be outfitted with security cameras and sealed off by barbed wire. this is the form
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of potatoes said people were tortured to death with whips clubs and electric shocks . there's no indication that brutal crimes were ever committed here. it's an insult to the victims. outside eventually to attach as the plaque to the wall of. the memorial was approved by a national income the director of the bavarian village and the daughter of a colleague of polish if. so why was nothing done until now to remember the victims of these crimes. for the support of yes that's a good question and i did ask our own former members of the colonial why all this was kept secret even from us and now why do we the younger residents have to make sure that the story is finally told. before why has nothing done been to remember
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the people who are tortured and murdered here why didn't people tell the truth. and why didn't they provide a proper memorial for all of those who were murdered and secretly buried here where they get her to send order for the. borders and that's good thanks to you. it will be. the commemorative plaque was approved only of the human rights activists put pressure on the bavarian village. it took a long time to get results. to come here we came here five years ago for only got as far as the front line in africa three years ago we made it this far before they sent us away again the question now the building is protected as a historical sites and that's why a realtor put up the placard blocking the girl does unfortunately. experts estimate
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that more than one hundred torture victims probably killed by pinochet's police are buried on the grounds of the colony. only one grave has been found so family and relatives now gather at the site to remember the victims. doris knew nothing about these graves even though she lived at colonia dignidad. i'm very close to tears this is a very emotional scene it's painful to remember what happened here. there's also a woman whose son was a student when he disappeared without a trace you know when you look at the name. for the well this is all i have is a picture of you there are so many questions where are you what happened to you you know i spent years looking for you but i've never been able to find you they
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were sure you know that in their well. then this decides to speak to the group. so daughter's. school or not my name is doris i used to live here. screw it hurts me to think about what happened here and i'm ashamed i'm going to win some. pretty hard news to get up we got those statements but i want to express my support for you because i know what it's like to feel that you're alone. you are suffering now like i did when i was a child. i support you. and i hope that they colonia dignidad officials who still live here will overcome their shame and give
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us some answers. quintin but when something you know somebody wins a human case over a full song. it won't have a victim apologizes to other victims that's something that many perpetrators have still not been able to do but at least the political situation has changed so that those who suffered can now achieve a sense of change fees up this. you know up for the. even if both. food. you'll go up for the. even if both. food.
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visit is due to the news coming to you live from berlin after wreaking havoc in the philippines typhoon monograms it makes landfall in china battering hong kong with gale force winds down to wrench old rain more than half a million people have been evacuated across several chinese facing as they brace for impact also coming up. a russian on to government activist has reportedly been flown to great length for medical treatment for suspected poisoning traversing the author is one of four of pussy right protesters who stormed the pitch during this year's world cup final in moscow. and new marist on a world record in berlin as kenya's anyone could still get finishes the race in just two hours and one minute and to charge nine seconds. of.
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i'm not at all it's good to have you with us talk in mind is now hitting southern china hong kong and taiwan dong province with gale force winds and torrential rain the super storm has already caused major destruction in the philippines authorities there say dozens are feared dead in flooding landslides and collapsed buildings. nature lashes the coast of home calling with full force and these people got to witness it first hand. as hong kong issued a maximum alert for typhoon mind goot the territory's government warned people to prepare for the worst. storm surges were expected to raise water levels by up to four meters. hundreds of residents have been evacuated to shelters while others hope to ride it out. almost
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all flights in and out of the cities have been councils so for anyone who hopes to the phone can be fooled a storm there was little option but to keep out of harm's way and stay put. i didn't expect to get caught up in a typhoon when i booked a trip to hong kong. i've had to scrap all my sightseeing plans i can't go out the subways closed buses have stopped running and there's no ferry service at all. the west the gambling hub of macau closed the doors to its casinos for the first time in history ahead of the storm. authorities here faced criticism for failing to pad residents for a deadly typhoon last year now they face another huge challenge just said to be the strongest typhoon to hit the region this year. at least eleven people have died in the u.s. as rainfall from tropical storm florence calls as severe flooding in north and
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south carolina authorities say that the devastation is far from over there warning residents not to attempt returning to their homes. that is a trailer park where people are struggling to cope with the effects of the storm. this is not supposed to be here this is broken so is that new bern north carolina bore the brunt of florence's fury hundreds of people had to be rescued from flooded homes and cars. across the river on the edge of town one park of trailer homes can't even begin to dig itself out. a small trailer unlike a solid house is nearly defenseless against the torrent of wind rain and floods that the hurricane unleashed in this neighborhood it was pure destruction for many people here this is all they have and the waters may have receded some now but this
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is how high they got. so this sent his family to safety a state away but chose to stay behind in his trailer saying he had worked too hard to simply abandon it go go go go go which i had those are people saying that you should wait for i want we tory i need to rebuild but i because if i going to get to know who i'm at the end of the. francis tycoon just arrived back he and his wife took shelter for two days at the country club where frances works and this is how they found their home. we're going to see if someone will help us maybe this he or the federal government will help us because we don't have any other option for to go for now. we don't know. frances and tammy don't have insurance they can't afford it they're not expecting any help from the government tammy suffers from chronic health
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problems meaning her husband will do whatever he can to clean up alone even then it might not be enough. i'm not sure i don't feel like this will ever be back to normal because i just don't feel like after all this damage it would be safe. just don't know what's going to happen to be truthful and i don't know where we're going to go. i'm just at a loss i'm standin in the days and i know it doesn't help. i'm lost. forecast say even more water could flood here in the next days no matter what happens people here say they'll come together to help each other out. now just of the other stories making news around the world. syrian state media say israel has launched a missile attack on the main airports in damascus the claims were backed up by the
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syrian observatory for human rights and said the attack targets arms warehouses causing heavy damage no casualties or recourses. and israeli man has died after being stabbed by a palestinian shopping mall in the west bank the israeli army say that the assailant was shot following the attack near a busy junction south of jerusalem which has been a major flashpoint in recent years. nine environmental activists have been injured and parity for detained as police attempt to clear a forest in western germany the land is owned by energy company or which wants to clear large swathes of trees to a new coal mining in the area activists began occupying the area in twenty twelve. a russian anti-government activist associated with the protest group pussy riot has reportedly been flown to berlin for medical treatment. was taken ill three days ago and admitted to a moscow hospital pussy riot members say that they believe he was poisoned. this
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video appears to show prominent anti kremlin activists. arriving in the german capital that was posted on twitter but not via tolokonnikova a fellow member of pussy riot the group believes first the love was poisoned and an attempt to intimidate or even kill him pussy riot member veteran economical she says he is in berlin to receive medical treatment vs love was one of four protesters who invaded the pitch during july's football world cup final in moscow. millions of people were watching live the four protesters later appeared in court and they served fifteen day jail sentences. d.w. interviewed verzilov and other pussy riot members back in august for the love explained the group's approach.
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to sing on tuesday can political collective we don't have a fixed number of members of the different people come together from various factions you would. the young activists talked of a harsh climate for opposition groups who are frequently condemned by state media i mean that's the attack us because they have to because pussy riot don't do what they want to me that's just the way it is the state media always attack opposition groups. verzilov was hospitalized in moscow three days ago a prissy riot activist was quoted as saying he had lost his eyesight and ability to talk it is not clear what caused his illness but something goes have pointed to the kremlin several high profile poisoning cases have been blamed on the russian government in the past fifteen years though it has always denied any involvement so far the kremlin has not commented and those he loves case.
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joined now by our correspondent. in moscow and here in studio by nina haas political correspondent host you both now major i am going to start off with you has there been any reactions at all in russia to reports that has in fact been brought to berlin. you know there in north little reactions from the russian goes so far the state controlled media are really not as your in the hospitals report that yours lost russia for medical treatment abroad this is basically it. now nina i'm going to ask you about the german aspect of it i suppose and have the german authorities actually react as to these reports and doesn't look authentic doesn't just the video is so far out most reliable source is billed newspaper a tabloid the biggest tabloid in germany and they actually say that the chancery and the foreign office are involved in the case are involved and they have been informed but we don't have any official information yet what we do know is that
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build a built reporter was there at the airport he took photos of the woman who posted the video on twitter the video appears to be authentic and then also spokes person for the airport in southern belin confirmed that there have been an ambulance fly tones i say evening ok so we're still waiting for official confirmation but the airport has said that there was a fact an ambulance does being brought in now dragged is that surprising do you think that the kremlin and loud him to leave the country a good question but honestly i don't have a really good answer to that yes i can only speculate but if you look at spencer's childhood carrier so he has a kidney and a russian citizenship for that reason you know the russians have to let him go if he wants to leave russia not along him to leave russia would raise suspicion for example that it was the good sportsmanship sort of reasons there's not
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a reason why it's a lot to do rush. and nina do we even know hospital might be in again builds newspaper reported that he has been taken to the hospital which is really old hospital and world famous as treated international patients in the past we also do know that the cinema for peace foundation that is based here in berlin they paid for the flight they organized the plane they took him back here they have helped pussy riot before they are in close contact and they said pussy riot reached out to them last week for help and then when they got in contact of the only calls they acted and brought him to berlin so that is pretty sure that he is here so far we're still waiting to hear from them again but they are saying that he is a bit better he is not yet able to speak ok and may drag just
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a couple of weeks ago you in fact met. in moscow can you tell us a bit more about him and his role in the group. well he's a very likeable person as someone that is also very smart guy to me but he's one of the organizer who runs advanced user publisher of the investor to use website called media is all not and not really a big fan of the current government you know russia well and i imagine was. he took pictures there was a song because his cat was playing with our t.v. camera this is it as a separate funny boy someone will you know who. would be great to hang out with and . so a very likable person he directs our age in moscow thank you and you know thank you very much for coming in studio. the brennan marathon is taking place today and it is one of the world's top marathons
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and the men's world record has been smashed smashed by kenyan elliott kept can still be won last year and this time beat the world record by more than a menace clocking in a time of two hours one minute and thirty nine seconds the therapist and mild conditions in berlin are ideal conditions for runners that joe gaze closest rivals finished around five minutes behind him. but earlier we spoke to our debut sports correspondent mark meadows who was standing by close to the finish line at the front of my case it was very very special the red one here today let me tell you it show it has just broken the world record is completely destroyed it did it in two hours one minute thirty nine seconds now the previous good record which was set here in two thousand and fourteen was two hours two minutes fifty seven seconds so we smashed it by well over a minutes i mean people a few years ago with thinking was that even humanly possible it is quite incredible
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what he has achieved and he's only is thirty three so he's not a spring chicken but overseas training. in kenya in high altitude helps him but still this is something massive in the world of athletics you might remember a few a few months ago he tried to actually break the famous to our barrier which no one thought was really possible it was a publicity stunt for a sportsman manufacturer he didn't quite manage it that day and it didn't count as a will record because of the pacemakers that he used but given what he's achieved today you have to wonder whether that two hour barrier could be smashed bike in the future the last seven men's marathon world records have now been broken here in berlin is the home of the marathon. here watching the news stay with us.
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plane. i'm talking today designed about xenophobia integration and how people identify with germany see that she is secretary of state for integration in north rhine-westphalia. is there a way to end a great into german civil society the hundreds of germans who recently joined violent anti migrant protest in cabinets. to plot that's a very good question there was much discussion in germany for example after the attempted coup in turkey by people of turkish descent gathered in cologne calling for the death penalty. for that sparked days and weeks of debate about how integration failed there but the empty immigrant protests in kemet. never discussed in the context of integration. it's not just him it's. just remember two years ago and right wing piggy the activists tell the gallows marked for and the
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american insignia got real. off done that too is a problem arising from a lack of social integration and needs to be discussed in the context of integration just as much as other events when you just the. two of you were born in germany to turkish immigrants did the incidence in saxony where protesters chanted meo nazi slogans remind you of your childhood when neo nazis and solving and elsewhere set fire to foreigners homes. on top. wedding and life i was thirteen at the time of the arson attack and. i observed my parents fear and voices in the turkish community questioning whether it might be time to go home where it was safer since evidently they were no longer welcome here as. it wasn't just insulting and before that there were attacks in moon rostock in her spare. time and i might not have been as conscious back then of what was happening as i am now. on. the other day i was talking to my mother
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and she's one of the strongest women i know she's my idol this for me i know the phone can and this was the second time in my life that i saw her scared. the. first time was after zoning in now after the events in camden. she happened to be nearby with my father at a health resort in told me they were too scared to go into town that weekend. start . and these things are troubling and need to be taken very seriously and i don't have all the money in stocks and bonds put this actually protests were triggered by the deaths of two germans. in one case the main suspects are asylum seekers who are due for deportation just like. the tunisian behind the attack on a berlin christmas market. how much has the failure to enforce deportations impacted integration efforts you've been in
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a moment ago. then monday it's on and off on this stand only to the extent that two issues are blended into one in germany we abide by the rule of law and other recent examples have shown that it's not always legally possible to deport an individual even if it's already been mandated. let's. look at sainct are of course those individuals should not have been here and that's why people have now turned their anger against refugees and let the hits the water off. this is just an attempted instrumentalists asian deal and here to using the death of an individual to vent their own resentment so it's mixing apples and oranges. ya don't i. think it's true we need to be more rigorous when it comes to enforcing deportations especially when the individuals concerned pose a threat. but we also have people seizing on these incidents to advance their own agenda. and we need to make it very clear that that's
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unacceptable on too i think acceptance is one of the things but each new case attracts new members to right wing nationalist and extremist groups what are you shocked by the large turnout in saxony should we be concerned about growing xenophobia in germany. and i understand about you might know it's true but let me counter with a question then if it hadn't been a refugee due for deportation wouldn't this case still have been misused to push a personal agenda on file for the i. we've had other similar cases elsewhere in germany where people didn't react the same way war mention east. and. so again yes we need to be more rigorous in deporting people especially when they pose an imminent threat but i'm against abusing these cases to broadcast xenophobic ideology of private individuals. look for fresh often. these interest
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to your parents were turkish guest workers you studied in are a member of the conservative city use executive board. you are a poster child for successful integration. and yet you were hesitant to apply for a german passport why do you. doesn't it wants an article on the grounds it was mostly for emotional reasons mentioned talk wish i had i resisted giving up my turkish passport for a long time. and. i don't want to feel divorced from the identity of my parents whom i look up to. then went on and have. already lived in this country for thirty years as a turkish national without feeling i wasn't in a great at getting. all but then it came to casting a vote and as my interest in politics grew i finally decided to apply for a german passport one week after the state elections in two thousand and ten when i
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was left on the outside looking in. the door to start off the bottom talking but again it was more for emotional reasons plenty of people who don't have a german id still feel like they belong to this country well on the other hand you also have people who have held a german passport for years or even decades and still don't feel like they belong. in a muslim gets above but there are still many people of turkish origin in germany who feel left out when switching schools trying to enter higher education or applying for a job in mind they say they're foreign last name is problematic. today we have third or fourth generation turks in germany. are they more integrated than previous generations who. want. to hear about these they must live for the longer the debate continues the more evident it becomes that we've made great strides in integration policy. that younger generations feel much more
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likely belong in fatah are. quite a few ask my father where he was from he wouldn't take it as an insult. i think i'll stay in the middle saying he's from turkey in my thinking about if you ask my generation the second generation. fifty of them give you the florida step the question. an answer it accordingly but we find it annoying. when they're thinking about me and if you ask my nieces generation the third generation. then you get a snotty reply like where do you think i'm from i'm from germany just like you always thought. shows that people don't want to concern themselves with such banal questions anymore because they unquestionably feel part of society. and that's. what it was so many identify with germany why do two thirds of the turkish community in germany back the turkish president he's dismantling the same rights in
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turkey that turkish people take for granted in germany. took. is this an example for how integration has failed to what. i'd say it's a perfect example of how we've pursued a failed integration policy for decades but if you say two thirds of the turkish community in germany voted for president heir to one i need to correct you two thirds of those eligible to vote elected him i. think there are about three million people of turkish origin in germany five hundred thousand of whom voted and it was two thirds of that figure who were not and it's important to note that the third generation isn't necessarily reflected in that calculation. why do you think they voted for one. hour the one i think in many ways everyone has filled a vacuum and reasserted turkey's stance is a strong nation with economic prowess which it certainly demonstrated in recent years. he also filled
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a vacuum by making people feel like he was there for them he was taking care of them. that's. what i call it a vacuum because no turkish president before him had done that kind of plays it then thought no german politician had done that before either chancellor angela merkel was the first person to say i'm your chancellor. to. console them and might not make sense to everyone because it seems so self-evident but sometimes the most obvious things need to be emphasized to. the council what the chancellor says is one thing but what needs to be done to prove it looks like that's really. all of course we also need to promote structural integration you've just mentioned several examples. there for instance there are still many migrant children who don't advance into higher education the hoped for but if you compare to do with how things were ten or fifteen years ago you can say
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that now many more migrant children attend high school than before. i mean you know compared to the majority of society there is still lagging we also still have problems with the job market where people are being discriminated against because of their foreign names or even their religion and they have to apply many more times than others with similar qualifications these are things we need to work on. in the five to begin the to what degree are muslim traditions hampering integration like parents keeping their daughters from joining sports classes and making them wear headscarves. this is just gonna it's not a hindrance to integration i'd say it's a hindrance to civic inclusion yolland tyler. since it is a problem when parents invoke religious freedom and i wouldn't put it any other way restrict their children's rights. like you know and that's washed up on the.
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ond i think we need to be demanding here as an open society. can't just accept parents arguments that is their freedom of religion or their freedom as a parent without questioning it. when they only influx. we've reached the end of our interview and i have three unfinished sentences i'd like to ask you to complete the i mean to anyone who says i'm a city used token migrant i say. you don't understand a thing you still don't get that we live in a country of immigration. so i expect migrants who want to live in germany to this is not only demonstrate loyalty but also affirm their commitment to germany. they can. go to me germany is the country. i would like to remain in because i enjoy living here very very much. thank you for your time thank you.
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in good shape rare diseases are rarely diagnosed correctly at first many patients run in medical garb from the first symptoms to the final diagnosis of the flu not that sense if you have the feeling that something isn't right then you should continue to fight first off a diagnosis is a mistake we visit the center for rare diseases at berlin's r.b.t. hospital in good shape next to. the contentious figure at home. he wrote in germany. from the fall of the burma mill. to german reunification.
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and be end of the cold. war of choice was one of the great heroes of the twentieth century. because gorbachev the last leader of the soviet union was an agent of change. quickly made his downfall. i have decided to resign my duties as president of the soviet union. but you want historical buttle i'm sure of one because of course. he continues to fight for world peace with the reminder i know that we have to comprehend where this has taken us today there is a new arms race. the hour of time gorbachev and the opportunity for peace wasted starts october third on d w. after.
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hello and welcome to and good shape coming up. the importance of hygiene bacteria are lurking everywhere. directness there let there be no light. and a.o.l.'s facing a rear neurodegenerative disease head on. and usually host dr carsten. son doctors i really ought don't you think especially those who are on t.v. do you know the show dr house this guy solves medical mysteries there are fifty thousand different diagnosis of medicine eight thousand of them are about rare diseases so rare that a regular g.p. has never heard of them but who's heard of them is dr haiku quoted here at the
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sherry in berlin welcome to in good shape. imagine you have a disease that no one knows when it could be that it's a rare disease and you would be surprised to read diseases are not so seldom. do you remember the ice bucket challenge in the crazy year of two thousand and fourteen where stars doctors and joe schmoe has had ice pockets with ice cold water it dumped over the hats to raise awareness for a ls the letter roads closes a very rare disease and many people are saying this is
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a silly pup lissa to stop. do you really think it was that silly. in twenty fourteen bruno schmidt came across the ice bucket challenge a fund raising campaign for research into a.o.l.'s. he'd never heard of the disease and decided to find out about it then came a shock. i'm talking about site when it was all there in black and white. muscle twitching cramps. and the fine motor skills of the first to go. the inability to open doors and bottles i was exactly what i was experiencing now that was like scales falling from my eyes. the muscle twitching had grown more frequent. kept telling him to see a doctor. and then things were impossible to ignore he had many tests after four months of diagnosis a less is
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a progressive neurological disorder the mind remains fit but nerves and muscles gradually degenerate until breathing becomes impossible. well i feel completely abandoned at the diagnosis and they say there's no treatment for two weeks it was terrible but then i said there's no point moaning i'm changing the rules this disease is going to have to work hard to destroy me. now he began to tackle the disease head on with daily balance board training by a resonance therapy hypnosis and dietary changes. and. refused to let the doctors convince me that the disease will follow a set path that it will kill me. and they told us that five or six times in the space of an hour and i said i'm not so sure about that. but there's no denying that the symptoms are progressing things like brushing his
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teeth or showering are becoming increasingly difficult on waking he feels stiff and weak the former athlete is witnessing his body gradually giving way to the disease . cycling is one of his great passions but this too is becoming increasingly challenging. a special hydraulic system and electric gears make things easier. to sit on my bike and cycle off i forget about my disease i just focus on riding my bike it's great fun i love it. even though his gradually declining strength is making life harder bruno tries to live a normal life. but i do have to be careful not to waste too much time on pointless activities. his diagnosis has helped clarify what's really important to him. enjoying life more every second of it
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and i try and see everything in a positive light. this is the biggest challenge of his life but he hasn't given up hope. and i want to outlive my parents i promised them that i wouldn't go before them and i want to meet my grandchildren that's really important. he's determined to live as long and as well as possible. as it's not just in tact of course it's hard to deal with it every day but as long as my father is coping that's what counts. the family knows that life will change and become more difficult each time bruno's symptoms worse and they have to readjust it's a challenge for the whole family. and he was. head of the department for rare diseases at the ground hi thanks for having me
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today we just saw a report of a patient who was made aware of his condition that's his name a less after he saw the ice bucket challenge which was quite a spectacular procedure is it very important that we have more such fun crazing campaigns yes obviously and it was a very good example that for the regs this topic this public recognition is absolutely helpful so indeed we need more but what is the definition of realism in principle it's it's it's a border whereas expertize. in the system is not enough to all patients with this rare disease will find help in the system maybe some of the normal experts will know the disease but we have as are diseases in the range of twenty patients known worldwide to those so-called orphan diseases so often disease is a disease when we don't know if the name for the disease but the red disease is
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a disease where we have a name and all those red diseases have something in common next to it they're quite rare yeah indeed so calm. and problems and to come topics are for us the diagnosis is always very late in this patients because no one knows the disease no one thinks about the disease and. years in the system the way to find diagnosis the second problem is not enough experts so if you imagine a different great disease system you don't have the experts for all of a solvent but every patient with the disease at least in the high developed healthcare systems has a right to live next birth and and at least to find some way to that's a cert common problem is that when there might be a chance to develop a new. treatment and new a new drug that it's very difficult to convince the. industry to invest in this is
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just rejected in the army and it is not it's ok but it has been already addressed that all of these three problems a common and for that we need to centers what do you do better than i do i know better but we have so we after it's a. problem over a long time we have two main tools so to say we have time and the second thing what we are doing what you can do. that we organize interdisciplinary case conferences where all the experts come together to really think about the patient in a holistic way that each one thinks only about the liver or the brain so that they come together you see a lot of patients with red diseases some patients there stick in your mind one patient is for music most intense patient. girl which
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has been referred to age of six months with severe obesity but just absolutely common and common interests it in this age and. in addition to this extreme obesity . and hormone deficiency and it's a time even this symptoms to be have not been described in terms of often disease and and it's time we talked a lot about that was an interdisciplinary team and we really found the diagnosis and it was a defect which. by by which we could explain the whole the whole disease and the disease has a name and it's a lucky part of this story is that after a long time we now also successful due to developing new treatment based on this recognition of the disease and normal weight because when you substitute what
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is missing and if we can find a diagnosis we sometimes think that the patient is making it up and then such a center for a disease this might be the best solution. it's a situation that diana zeba is all too familiar with she's been plagued by severe pain in her legs since childhood back then no one took her seriously. myself. and told my family planning that my heart i was usually told the symptoms were the kind of growing pain are suffered by young children and then there were the gastro intestinal issues they used to give me some sort of medication to help a bit with that but the leg pains weren't taken seriously at all what it was that people said i was imagining things that. and that went on for years. two years ago she sought help at a center for disease in our. meteorologist my code on examined her and
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pinpoint the cause of her problems after just two consultations. and that's me. it was a weight off my shoulders of my heart and i finally knew what was wrong with me i said false. i always had the feeling that i had something rare but it was never investigated or confirmed. by us because the doctors didn't believe me they thought i was faking it making it up and. diana suffers from a rare genetic disorder fabry disease. concise tightish hang on it starts with neuropathic pain and burning tingling or stabbing sensations in your hands and feet then there's heat and cold intolerance skin sensitivity in general a reduced ability to perspire caused by damage to nerves in the skin it can lead to heart arrhythmia and other heart issues it's all due to a specific enzyme deficiency which causes certain substances in the body to build
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up to harmful levels gift decent. diana was prescribed medication which she's been taking for five months she still has some pain but she's been improving for. month to month for any good. i would never have thought that my gastro intestinal or heart problems would improve all my rash for women that's always the worst having a rash is a big deal and that's gone like she's also stopped taking many other medications like antibiotics but most importantly she now knows for sure what's wrong them us not to feel that it's but if you have the feeling that something isn't right then you should continue to fight for a proper diagnosis and not accept a mistake let's. just feel. that diagnosis has made all the difference finally diana saber feels optimistic about the future again.
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and here's the scary statistic from germany about the rare diseases it takes an average patient with already six point five years from the outbreak of symptoms until he sees a specialist and in the meantime he tried ten doctors two or three wrong diagnosis were made and he has put himself through two or three wrongful surgical interventions so this is quite an odyssey how does this affect the patients so they don't know what diseases they have no idea what they can expect no idea if if they will find someone who can treat it so this uncertainty is really a problem and the second point which is also. really really tough for the patients that they feel alone into the system so that it's no one can really discuss a disease and if you are ill you expect experts in the health care system and if you all based on me from someone who said i don't know three fried no no this is
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really a problem that's right yes indeed so sometimes the patients hear from their doctors that all the problems are just psychological so how can you distinguish between so how can so many problems. and really some attic problems if you really have to for a long time this uncertainty about your diagnosis just brings you in a completely different psychological level and at the end you cannot really discriminate is it a problem or psychological disease or is it just not just or is that it's a reaction to the sematic disease and you need. an interdisciplinary team to tackle that and and we are working together. with clinics from the psychosomatic department so that we. offer the patients and we we would think about all aspects in this context many causes of
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disease is a genetic they can occur in adults or kids and yeah this is this is possible so we have this eight thousand mentioned rare disease is approximately seventy eighty percent are genetic and most of the money faster in childhood but also money first later in life so that you have interacted on the various subject of symptoms but later on when you get really good diagnostic tools we also need for the adult patients is also. genetic sequencing so there's a new genetic to use you see that even if you cannot treat it genetic disease it is still hard to give the patient the diagnosis estimates of prognosis of the patient so when it's a known disease it might might be that we can expect after four or five
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for as the years of the disease course that possibly in diabetes for money fast so we would not beat until the symptoms of diabetes so that you can screen for this money for station and this will help the patient. not to run into the three of us through turns and then one important point is that as soon as we have to go through we don't have to do much more further investigations and finally we have several diseases where we can really treat and we can develop treatment based on the more likely a defect we can find present genetic diagnosis thanks so much for having me here today thank you rebecca and one of the most interesting things for me here was that this is an interdisciplinary team which takes care of the patients and we do have an international team which takes care for all the questions our viewers of the w. like david. and augustine could renew christian you for the input for today's show
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thanks so much and keep sending the questions. on an upcoming show we'll be talking about urban stress busy streets noise and. how do a city life affect our health and mental wellbeing send your questions to in good shape at d w dot com right urban stress in the subject line we're looking forward to hearing from you. and not so rare disease is power release is also known as pressure for bladder rich is the fear of public restrooms in most of the cases people who feel the germs in the restrooms rest assured the restrooms not that dangerous and germs everywhere. let's take a look at how they come into contact with bacteria and spread them around but where
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do bacteria hang out to not every day surrounding. own which species. but how many germs actually stick to our house. we checked it out. this is louisa our test subject we'll follow her around for a morning. what kinds of bacteria are to be found on louise's hones to begin with the petri dish is used to collect the samples. professor rania mortars from the institute for medical microbiology and hygiene at philips university of marburg will be analyzing the samples for us. so what did he find right after louisa got up . we found lots of germs that are typically found on the hand like strains of micro caucus and stuff. we would expect a clean washed hand to yield about fifty colonies on a dish like this and this kind of thing but louisa had three hundred so quite
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a few times more than a few thousands but smarter maybe she didn't wash their hands properly or the towel she used to dry them wasn't cleaned up talk with. what other bacteria will join those germs to find out louisa won't wash their hands for a while. the first candidates a lurking in the kitchen in sponges for instance. how long is this woman in use it's good for five weeks it's certainly never been washed. the direct contact test shows that the sponge contains gut own skin flora but also fecal bacteria most of them come from food in serious cases they can cause lung infections or even sepsis . now they're probably sticking to louise's fingers and that's not good because places with lots of people are often ideal for bacterial exchange. here louis said picks up a few more bacteria. experts actually consider the metal bars in the
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stop button fairly harmless but. you're going to see large numbers of germs on the seat of your skin flora but also germs that shouldn't be there. like us anita backed by in other words someone sat here with a bacterium that could be a pathogen the crow transmitted in large numbers of it could cause an infection for two oscars and benson was making pussy of the order. many people expect to find large numbers of but. but in fact the germ load on an escalator rail is quite low. carts though are a different story there often lots of classic human bacteria on the grid mostly harmless skin germs but also pathogens the cause diarrhea there's some clue luckily there were no pathogens on it often but you do commonly find them on shopping carts if they pose a hygiene problem because they're rarely if ever cleaned him. louisa's workplace
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is also a hotbed of bacteria the sample from the door handles show four hundred colonies. what's worse the telephone and computer keyboard both have too many cut and fecal bacteria on the germs can spread on down punts. and is this even worse no not if the toilet is cleaned regularly. the two little toilets can inspire fear but in this case there was nothing dramatic we found a large number of bacteria but no pathogens to worry about what's coming to our minds what. we said has come into contact with many different bacteria this morning how many of it here to her. on the course of the day louise is being contaminated with some bacteria that aren't necessarily pleasant alongside gut flora and enter a caucus that was a stuff a caucus or ias which is
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a post forming germ and abandon us anita baxter on a germ the causes lung infections in hospitals in immune compromised patients especially when it's antibiotic resistant come. up love you either can wash their hands it's a good idea to wash for twenty seconds after going to the toilet before eating lunch to try your hands they're really to keep the bacteria from multiplying. i personally can understand why some are afraid to be the dog because he can use darkness as he like. hey. this is what rebecca to man will see for the next forty two hours absolutely nothing. darkness therapy involves spending time in a room without any light. as it pained me a lot of solace is i know i felt this really strong draw this pull
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a feeling that i would like to spend several days in the dark and i wasn't afraid or skeptical after all we all come from the womb to elsmore to live. her dark retreat is being supervised by natural health practitioner saskia your rebecca moves in with her an hour before it starts. this room will be her she domain in case of an emergency saskia will always be close by. if you feel really moved by something or fear bubbles up and you notice that you need help then just call out i'll be there. the light switches are taped down just to make sure and the blinds are closed time to get serious. some believe that living for days in complete darkness is dangerous. also hides depriving someone of external stimuli like lights for example which is so very
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important for us a sense of well being is something that can be very harmful for people who aren't particularly stable psychologically or even physically. come. i've never heard or read anything that suggests this could trigger psychosis or anything negative. and there are lots of books about it people fear could happen but experience shows differently i don't know of a single case where this has actually happened. saskia has undergone three sessions of darkness therapy herself. the last one was twenty six days long that was when she decided to share this experience with others but support is important she talks to her clients for an hour each day. forty two hours later and rebecca is emerging from the darkness listless and old how does she feel she moves carefully as she did when it was dark.
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and. i feel really really grounded and definitely very rested relaxed soft but also very in sync with myself. alfheim there by mia. rebecca plans to come again to continue her therapy in the dark. as a t.v. doctor i do love the spotlight and it will go on again next week and until then let's all try to stay in good shape. to a. good
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kooks to. see what's coming up. and i'm still going to sleep so much movement in the listening to this. sentence hold but i feel like. it's fun to take a look at what all about means for the type of clothes. the bomb does legal fees to explain the total. max this week's highlights. into flying with northern ball behind the scenes. intensive drinking blackline in southern france. in china playing video games and. the roman. thirty minutes
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this is due to the news coming to you live from berlin after wreaking havoc and the philippines typhoon mongolians it makes landfall in china about sharing hong kong with gale force winds and torrential rain more than half a million people have been evacuated across several chinese cities as they brace for impact also coming up. a russian antigovernment activist has reportedly been flown to berlin for medical treatment after a suspected poisoning friends involved is one of four of pussy right protesters who stormed the pitch during this year's world cup final in moscow. and new maarouf on a world record in berlin and as kenya's n.e.o.'s keep joking finishes the race in just two hours one that is i'm scared to nine seconds.
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i'm out on the it's good to have you with us tucked in mind it is now hissing southern china hong kong and guangdong province with gale force winds and torrential rain the super storm has already caused major destruction in the philippines authorities there say dozens are feared dead and floating landslides and collapsed buildings. nature lashes the coast of hong kong with full force and these people got to witness it firsthand. as hong kong issued a maximum alert for typhoon mind goot the territory's government warned people to prepare for the worst. storm surges were expected to raise water levels by up to four meters. hundreds of residents have been evacuated to shelters while others hope to ride it out. almost
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all flights in and out of the city's airport have been counseled so for anyone who hopes to leave hong kong before the storm there was little option but to keep out of harm's way and stay put. this right i didn't expect to get caught up in a typhoon when i booked a trip to hong kong. i've had to scrap all my sightseeing plans i can't go out the subways closed buses have stopped running and there's no ferry service at all. further west the gambling hub of macau closed the doors to its casinos for the first time in history ahead of the storm. authorities here faced criticism for failing to prepare residents for a deadly typhoon last year now they face another huge challenge just said to be the strongest typhoon to hit the region this year. meanwhile at least eleven people have died in the u.s. as rainfall from tropical storm florence causes severe flooding in north and south
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carolina authorities say that the devastation is far from over there warning residents not to attempt returning to their homes. visitors a trailer park where people are struggling to cope with the effects of the storm. this is not supposed to be here this is broken so is that. new bern north carolina bore the brunt of florence's fury hundreds of people had to be rescued from flooded homes and cars. across the river on the edge of town one park of trailer homes can't even begin to dig itself out. a small trailer unlike a solid house is nearly defenseless against the torrent of wind rain and floods that the hurricane unleashed in this neighborhood it was pure destruction for many people here this is all they have and the waters may have receded some now but this
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is how high they got so much of this sent his family to safety in a state away but chose to stay behind in his trailer saying he had worked too hard to simply abandon it go go go go go which i had those are people saying that we should wait for a week for i need to rebuild but i because if i going to get to know who and i mean before they give you know. francis tycoon just arrived back he and his wife took shelter for two days at the country club where frances works and this is how they found their home. we're going to see if someone will help us maybe this he or the further government that will help us because we don't have any other option or to go for now. you know. francis and tammy don't have insurance they can't afford it they're not expecting any help from the government tami suffers from chronic health problems meaning her
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husband will do whatever he can to clean up alone even then it might not be enough . i'm not sure i don't feel like this will ever be back to normal because i just don't feel like after all this damage it would be safe. just don't know what's going to happen to be truthful and i don't know where we're going to go. i'm just at a loss i'm standin in a daze and i know it doesn't help. i'm lost. forecast even more water could flood here in the next day no matter what happens people here say they'll come together to help each other out. now to some of the other stories making news around the world. syrian state media say israel has launched a missile attack on the main airports in damascus the claims were backed up by the
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syrian observatory for human rights and said the attack targets arms warehouses causing heavy damage no casualties or recourses. and israeli man has died after being stabbed by a palestinian a shopping mall in the west bank the israeli army say the assailant was shot following the attack near a busy junction south of jerusalem which has been a major flashpoint in recent years. nine environmental activists have been injured and thirty four were detained as police attend to care a forest in western germany the land is owned by energy company owner which wants to clear large swathes of trees to a new coal mining in the area activists began occupying the area in twenty twelve. a russian anti-government activist associated with the protest group pussy riot has reportedly been flown to berlin for medical treatment. was taken ill three days ago and admitted to a moscow hospital pussy riot members say that they believe he was poisoned. this
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video appears to show prominent anti kremlin activists people to reverse the law of arriving in the german capital that was posted on twitter by nadia tolokonnikova a fellow member of pussy riot the group believes verzilov was poisoned in an attempt to intimidate or even kill him the right number veteran economical she says he is in berlin to receive medics of people were watching live the four protesters later appeared in court and they served fifteen day jail sentences. d.w. interviewed verzilov and other proceed right members back in august. for the love explained the group's approach. if. it isn't on tuesday can political collective we don't have a fixed number of members the different people come together from various factions
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you would to the young activists talked of a harsh climate for opposition groups who are frequently condemned by state media and the nasty attack us because they have to because pussy riot don't do what they want that's just the way it is the state media always attack opposition groups. verzilov was hospitalized in moscow three days ago a perceived rights activist was quoted as saying he had lost his eyesight and ability to talk it is not clear what caused his illness but some fingers have pointed to the kremlin several high profile poisoning cases have been blamed on the russian government in the past fifteen years though it has always denied any involvement so far the kremlin has not commented on the loves case. joined now by our correspondent. in moscow and here in studio by nina political correspondent host you both now major i'm going to start off with you has there
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been any reactions at all in russia to reports that has in fact been brought to berlin you know where it will reactions from the russian far. as your support. for medical treatment. now nina i'm going to ask you about the german aspect of it i suppose and have the german authorities actually react as to these reports doesn't look authentic doesn't just the video so far are most reliable source is build newspaper a tabloid the biggest tabloid in germany and they actually say that the chancery and the foreign office are involved in the case are involved and they have been informed but we don't have any official information yet what we do know is that builds built the reporter was there at the airport he took photos of the woman who posted the video on twitter the video appears to be authentic and then also
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a spokesperson for the airport in southern belin confirmed that there have been an ambulance fly tones i say evening ok so we're still waiting for official confirmation but the airport has said that there was a fact an ambulance does being brought in now near dragon is that surprising do you think that the kremlin and loud him to leave the country a good question but honestly i don't have a really good answer to that yes i can only speculate but if you look at spencer's childhood carolus so he has a canadian or russian citizenship for the reasons you know the russians have to let him go he wants to leave russia not along him to leave russia would raise suspicion for example that it was the good sportsmanship sort of reasons this is not a reason why it's a lot to rush. and nina do even know wassup hospital might be in
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again builds newspaper reported that he has been taken to the hospital which is really old hospital and world famous as treated international patients in the past we also do know that the cinema for peace foundation that is based here in berlin they paid for the flight they organized the plane they took him back here they have helped pussy riot before they are in close contact and they said pussy riot reached out to them last week for help and then when they got in contact the only calls they acted and brought him to berlin so that is pretty sure that he is here so far we're still waiting to hear from them again but they are saying that he is a bit better he is not yet able to speak ok and drag just a couple of weeks ago you in fact met. in moscow can you tell us a bit more about him and his role in the group. well he's
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a very likeable person as someone that is also very smart guy to me but he's one of the organizer who runs events he's a publisher of the investor to use website called me yes although i'm not really a big fan of the current government you know russia well and i met him was. he took pictures with the song because his cat was playing with our t.v. camera this is a separate funny boy someone will you know who. would be great to hang out with and . so a very likable person he directorate in moscow thank you and you know has a thank you very much for coming in studio to. the berlin marathon is taking place today and it is one of the world's top marathons and the men's world record has been smashed smashed by kenyan elliott kept her till the one last year and this time beat the world record by more than
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a menace clocking in a time of two hours one minute and thirty nine seconds the therapist and mild conditions in berlin are ideal conditions for runners that joe gaze host says rivals finished around five minutes behind him. but earlier we spoke to our idea of you sports correspondent mark meadows who was standing by close to the finish line at the front of my case it was very very special the red one here today let me tell you that chile has just broken the world record is completely destroyed it's getting to our one minute thirty nine second now the previous world record which was set here in two thousand and fourteen was two hours two minutes fifty seven seconds so we smashed it by well over a minutes i mean people a few years ago were thinking was that even humanly possible it is quite incredible what he has achieved and he's only is thirty three so he's not a spring chicken but obviously is training. in kenya in high altitude helps him but
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still this is something massive in the world of athletics you might remember a few a few months ago he tried to actually break the famous to our barrier which no one thought was really possible it was a publicity stunt for a sportsman manufacturer he didn't quite manage it that day and it didn't count as a world record because of the pacemakers that he used but given what he's achieved today you have to wonder whether that two hour barrier could be smashed by could chill gain in the future the last seven men's marathon world records have now been broken here in berlin is the home of the marathon. here watching d.v.d.'s stay with us.
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on the route and they will not succeed in dividing us around not succeed in taking the people off the streets because we're tired of the stick trying to show you. taking the stand global news that matters d. w. made for mines. her first day at school in the jungle. first the clueless of the. band doris granger moment arrives. join during a training on her journey back to freedom league. in our interactive documentary. tour on the right to tame returns home on t w dot com bring it tangs. dortmund fans were delighted as the black and yellow summer signings stole the show
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and kicked off much they treat with a three one win against frankfurt. abdu diallo open the scoring for dortmund in the thirty six minutes it's the frenchman's first goal for the black and yellows since signing this summer from the mines now in the sixty eighth minute sebastien of their equalized for frank first hammering home i've done neither cost across in stuff. but just four minutes later dortmund retake the lead thanks them obvious balls and two minutes from time buckle i'll pass that runs at the home victory with a debut gulch. lovely stuff welcome to the bonus league on d.w.i. public. dorman's victories set us up nicely for an exciting weekend of football and there's been no shortage of goals so let's see what's coming up on today shall. we start with labor couzens quest for points we'll see if they could end miserable
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start to the season by shopping bag. and a tighter fare is expected between vulture and tatar berlin two sides that have been flexing their muscles this season. now leverkusen were full of promise before the season kicked off but their start the campaign has been dreadful two back to back defeats and this weekend they faced an uphill battle against biron in munich could they surprise their solid hosts and finally pick up some points let's find out. they've accused coach heiko haley went on the defensive against by him and even left out germany for what you leant bryant. but the first good chance fell to laver cozen giago handled the ball a penalty was awarded by him protested but the decision looked to be correct. can follow and stepped up a man you'll know you're saved for the spot kick had to be retaken because the
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referee but not whistled. this time ventile made a better job of it while not only because now after five minutes i replied though came just five minutes later france world cup win a continent and the social the greater desire to equalize but his game would later turn sour. record champions by and began suppressed leverkusen defense crumbled and are in robin made them pay the dutchman taking full advantage of yonathan towels mistake by and had turned the game around last aliso to a knee injury. the game petered out after the break but it came alive again on eighty minutes read for carrying bell about to be just eight minutes after coming on pulling this ugly challenge on ruffy near by and were incensed. the hose that no chance of ten men and by and sealed it late on through him as rodriguez later cusanus first loss in three. no one to this of
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course but it is how it is as always we have no points from three games but we mustn't lose our cool. by and celebrate that perfect start but halak side are in dire need of some inspiration. two games and two wins that's have all spirit and berlin have kicked off their season the world's surprisingly strong start to the campaign has their fans feeling rather optimistic after struggling for the past couple of seasons now their opponents had to have also looked pretty nifty and evenly balanced much was predicted but could one of the to inform sides as you head. those book and hats or were both hoping to continue their flying starts to the new campaign the hosts were in control of the on with your own russi or trying his luck from distance on several occasions the frenchman's efforts were less of
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a threat to the goal and more to the camera man decided that bump to the head meant he had to clock off early fortunately there was no lasting damage. for much of the game the two sides cancel each other out but just after the hour mark just fire odell rowson capitalized on a wayward pass to put hats. in france by the opening goal was the dutch win his first in the bundesliga. so it stayed until the eighty seventh minute when on a my it clattered into max arnold right on the edge of the box. the referee eventually gave the penalty. dispatched by the stuttering unit smalley. one one the school by the drama was just beginning in the first minutes of stoppage time on dry due to slip an ingenious free kick under the walter but half step back in front of my it was due to a second goal from a free kick into games. by but with time running out john brooks headed on to admin
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many and he leveled things up again by bruno love a d. is team snatching a draw from the jaws of defeat thanks to the new founds never say die attitude. is coming back to see the image of the team has gained confidence they know from the last few weeks and some situations at the end of last season that they can come back from behind that gives. now it's time to take a look at some of the other big toys this weekend in a moment we'll see when this leipsic and turn over fared but first we look at clash against chalco the royal blues have lost both of their opening ties even coach to many go to tesco feeling under pressure so let's take a look at how they got on against a glass site that hasn't tasted the feat yet this season. the answer is quite poorly the players are barely on the pitching glass but we're ready in the leaves are as ginza with the opener in the third minutes the
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before shell who were poor on the attack but when they did get a chance on goal from a corner they came bitterly close. just keeping sally said name at the but made a way through the second half block but came close some cells tonight by the woodwork the but the foals ultimately poured more salt in the royal blues wounds when they got the second in the seventy seven minutes i was convinced cross in the box was not some but only some player to set up the take him on the big shot because brit mbulelo pulled one back in the dying seconds to one of the final school i be but to many coincidence goes sideways their third on the bounce and find themselves in a minor crisis. over life see the start of the game on the front
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foot good him a shot deflected for use of pull since ahead in the opener in the nine minutes by the if it was the danish internationals first of the season. four minutes later the guests were back in the game nicklaus fuku with a superb volley to level the school of the but the biopsy stepped up again him a forsberg and team of vanna began to shine in the sweet setup the strike gets reestablished the hosts lend a lead on forty minutes was the boss of the break they teamed up again a team of an hour with his brace and life seek with three one up if the band over weren't ready to go down without a fight though because our benoist pulled one back from the gas in the sea. the fifth minute but that was the end of their resurgence however still without a win this season well leipzig win their first game of the campaign at the third
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time of asking i. well let's round up all the action so far of course on saturday and as we saw byron beat and there's a draw between volves and had to berlin got the beach. and it was good news for new comers fortuna dusseldorf. secured the win with a late strike he converted from the spot in the eight and seventh minute to give the promoted side their first victory of the season it's a bitter defeat for hoffenheim who had equalised just a minute before just indorse winner the now of course i forgot to mention there that of course leipzig beat one over three tonight in minds to host managed to beat but it turned out to be no easy task the winner came in the nine hundred thirty minutes with alexandra maxine firing home that marked the end of
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a chaotic and eleven minutes in which took the lead before minds turned the game for a keeper five for one to enjoy watching the replays back he was a full for both minds goals. now there's dortmund victory against frankfurt on friday night of course on sunday braman host nuremberg and stuttgart travel to freiburg. and that's take a look at the table of course what a shocker byron munich up there at the top but there is a little bit of movement dormant move up on valve's bergen had to move down a little bit that the other end of the table we have somebody new down the bottom laver coups and what an absolutely shocking start to the season they're having stuttgart move ever so slightly up shellcode looked and they're just one spot above those relegation places really good results for them now it's time for the ball in this league is play of the day as voted by our followers on twitter and the winner
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with fifty nine percent of the vote is barnes are you robin the dutchman meant jonathan todd's clearance and hammered home this past equality early in the opening half to put munich has never couzens lucas for a decade was left absolutely stunned are you and robin is your play of the day. surely one of the best goals of the season i would say. well on sunday we'll be joined in the studio to discuss this weekend's bomb the sneak action by going this league journalist kip holden will be asking will shock and laver manage to win a game sometime soon i'm sure their fans really want to go to roeser for them so do send us your questions for him to the address is on your screen it's time to say goodbye will be back of course so it's hard to over on tilt that and here's some great moments from the weekend so far so for me and the rest of the bundesliga team here in berlin.
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max this week's highlights. into flying.
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drinking. interactive video games. as it once was. a good guy. but then countless tragedies on. my. as a small town everyone i missed both of them go away for lost or leave their son or determined not to give up hope the joys of iraq we are still good. remember america in forty five minutes on d w. such the first time doing it to tell me. where
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the incredible it's a whole new more. online inserter space industry alarm it's a new era of sexuality. will lovesickness be a thing of the first and sexual frustration to us i still have to get used to these robot new ways of exploring a new frontier in sex and love three point zero. the toughest on september twenty fifth on c.w. . i want to welcome to our high life edition with the best picks of the week here's
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a look at what we've put together for you today. dizzy heights the magical cliffs of meteorite in greece. digital art video games on show at london's victoria and albert museum. in wings of desire saving one of the world's rarest bird species. we got the show on the cliffs of meteorite they're located in central greece and play host to one of the largest complexes of eastern orthodox monasteries now you might know these clips from a james bond movie he climbed them in an action scene in the film for your eyes only all the meteoric cliffs the track climbers from all over the world because all of the routes and on peaks with amazing views of the landscape you're actually joined a group of climbers for an exciting adventure captured on film things to
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a cooperation between this broadcaster and the so-called multi drone project. the main rock formation in central greece is a magical place of stunning beauty. to paradise for rock climbing. back. from the nearby village of bluffs climbing hands like so many of them. let me use my life david because every morning. i see the oaks and they say. i hope must go there climbing over the place it's my life. it's the one these cliffs were formed over twenty million years ago from deposits of rock sand and month left by the streams which flowed through time. to. natural caves in the region still back
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traces of former. this is where since the nineteenth century pious individuals chose to live in total isolation the caves could only be reached via two wooden lattice in the twelfth century monks began building large him on the streets in the area today meteorites best known for places of worship perched atop peaks up to three hundred meters high initially they could be accessed only with rope land as a windlasses of the twenty four monasteries once built most lined room today just six and still inhabited what made pious people flock here writers of the rock ensured protection against intruders and brought you closer to god and the rock formation of their spellbinding effect on people. for a long time not seo it served as the president of the matey or a rock climbing club he still enjoys scaling rocks today and often meets other
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climbers here. upper pairing to climb the iconic spindle monolith. to germans kicked off the meteoric climbing craze curing the one nine hundred seventy s. face that the first time in roots and drove safety hooks into the rocks. christos us is the first one to reach the peak ensuring that fun game less about c.e.o.'s can safely follow. he has failed the spindle in twenty years. one is there every climate science the summit register. always says he scaled his very first role as a ten year old. free solo because we don't. think of what the old we saw that month. look at us with the crazy young boys.
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climbing with what the mind. itself that can see is taking one of the region's most scenic climbing rates the pain that. still is better known than this is making sure. it's safe. it's freedom it's no use to know your limits and go above them it's. out of the books. like you're trying to relax when you are not been likes push the song i kind of think my life without. the coming year is crystallized so that kassam crystal especially young is trying to explore more and more of this cool just landscape he looked at.
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video games have come a long way since pac-man or space invaders to become a large part of today's popular culture while here in germany it's estimated that forty percent of the population play video games and that number seems to be growing like them or not there's no disputing that videogames play an important role in many people's lives so much so that the victorian albert museum in london is devoting a special exhibition to the subject and shows the diversity of modern videogames and how they impact modern culture to this day. video games have become more than just a way to pass the time in fact they're currently being presented as an art form at a museum in london the victoria and albert is dedicating an entire exhibition to deal games focusing on their development since the early two thousand. there is a turning point around that access to broadband to social media to new design tools
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and new commentary online new whites talk about video games how it's really changed the nature of the medium and moved it from a particular direction for it so much boardwalk that can explore different ideas. that applies to games with a million dollar budget. as well as small independent productions the show with the b.n.a. pays special attention to how games look we're not special about all the design and so not said to you video games make perfect sets to be explored here right now digital design is one of the most important elements of contemporary design and that's why we're at the forefront of exploring these things one example of outstanding design is that twenty thirteen gaming epic that lanced of us. were used to operate through a tremendous lot that. players assume the roles of father and daughter trying to survive in a world ravaged by an epidemic. thanks to an exciting story line matched by
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deceptively realistic graphics the game is sold millions of copies. of the exhibit reveals the months long painstaking work that goes into developing stories and game design. design is also key to the success of journey a surprise hit from twenty twelve. players room a virtual desert that's where the games developer. went to a real sandy environment to design it. and. he went to that his mo dunes of the store through l.a. and decided to spend time running in the sand and you could see me playing with a scarf in the air and you know just sliding and walking and feeling with this and felt like because we really wanted to build the somerset world where this and as a unique feature. journey was the first video game ever to be nominated for
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a grammy it soundtrack was a contender in two thousand and thirteen. coming. up . i think one of the biggest things that you can do is you can really reach for something new and different go into the blue ocean and try to find other things unique feeling or unique style or unique way of interacting that really captures hearts. the exhibition also make space for games that dive into topical social issues like the game how do you do it with its playful take on gender issues. in. the graveyard tackles issues of aging players take on the role of an elderly woman a big contrast to brutal first person shooters. harvey and marcos i mean developed the game
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a lot of video games deal with death but they deal with them in very artificial ways and confronting a gamer with the idea of death was sort of in a way we were playing with their expectations of what games death is and then also making them think about well the human condition at the same time just what we wanted to show is this confrontation of life and death in the city and the harmony between the school. the virtual and the real worlds are growing closer for example game fashion scene sparked by design. in reality and vice versa. players go beyond just playing it they create they they take the characters from these walls all floyd and create cults play and they create communities and you know i think both of these there isn't so topics are superphosphate for the future of video. to show with the victoria and albert museum and back at the beginning at
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least in appearance it's an arcade retro style hands on that you can touch and try to cultivate really experimenting and having fun is what video games are all about and in this case in a museum. we turn our attention now to some wildlife and the northern bald ibis may not be the most beautiful bird in the world i mean look at it it is not it's a phase only a mother could love but it is one of the rarest now the species was almost entirely extinct with an initiative between the european union and the world wildlife fund was launched to save it now a unique resettlement project is underway and we take a look now at how things are going so far. it's an impressive sign when thirty one northern boulder ibis is flying from the building in germany to their winter quarters in italy. faster mothers and steak and cotton estrada are showing
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that it's the way down. to two women a part of a team dedicated to saving more than bold ideas from extinction. after working with the birds for months they know that beauty is more than skin deep even for but it's . fun for a lot of us them unfun with us has a lot of people say they look ugly for us and the life but when they see the birds live they realize that's not true and they're really lovely birds and even as of yet i think each one has its own character each one is special about this or that and that's what gives them the beauty that these birds radiate. the semester's are scared as much and this is asker he always wants to be close to you to be beheaded for that you can recognize him right away from his behavior alone. so now even if they all look pretty much the same we can tell the difference although wasn't that she does her work with them every day that the secret has led to this on. the northern border ibises one of the grammar is on the planet it's been an endangered
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species for for centuries but now some birds are being reintroduced into the wild. they are made an ultralight aircraft to foster mums in yellow t. shirts to aid recognition a megaphone and team boss johannes fits the behavior biologist and initiator of the recent hope project explains what else is required. if google deviant or higher than birds we still have a kept in captivity so when you want to release them into the wild you have to show them the migration route or create a new migration tradition. and that takes a lot of effort. i know schmoe speak and call him out esther start working with a bird shortly after they hatch the foster mother to teach them to react to certain calls oh he's. fine it's kind.
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of the northern border is his get very close to their foster mothers. the young birds are supposed to follow the women everywhere because they have and it's medicine and we kept and when they're between three and eight days old they learn how as soon as they learn how to take food from a sudden we start calling them like this at every feeding they hear it so they'll connect the food with the call that's what i've been the one where in the ultralight aircraft we use it so that they'll follow us around them it sounds and i have. you can call and i asked i have spent half a year training their parents to fly with them the project is supported by the worldwide fund for nature of the photos and always follow the plane it takes practice. funny i'm a fan of plans but then we start off in small steps and we take really short flights and slowly increase them and then when we've been in the air for a while we circle around and keep calling them and entice them to faraway meadows
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and eventually when they notice that we're taking them on outings that we're flying to new meadows with them that spurs their interest then they get it and follow us everywhere that's why i'm a tin foil. now they have an almost one thousand kilometer journey ahead of them be you finances the reason for hope project for your highness fights the plane journey is something special. this is big just moving with the birds in three dimensions of space crossing the alpine divide that's an elevation of up to two thousand six hundred meters and is fascinating almost surreal to not see all. after exactly two weeks they land at the goon of all the talent and nature reserve in south in tuscany. and as i say out here just happy to have arrived at their winter quarters and succeeded in showing the ibises the way south side. but the joy is tempered with
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sorrow because soon the foster mothers must bid farewell to that challenges not that show without it is a bit sad but then that's the aim that they're free and independent and that doesn't work they're relying on us and human opponents i think it's an issue for some others will stay with them feathered friends until november bought by next year at the latest the burns should be able to fly so. normally the colors of wine are rosy white or red but did you know that black is also an option black wine stems from the mild back grape and was given this name because of the extreme darkness while here in europe it's mostly produced in southwest france and that is where we are headed for our next report so let's find out if black wine is really black and see how its rich color affects the taste.
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the core region in southern france is one of europe's oldest wine regions its claim to fame is the most back grape. prize for the best mother of twenty eighteen went to the chateau de meco as vineyard owned by bed time to go home. now that from call is also called the black wind it isn't hard to see why there's a saying if you can look through it it isn't a mound there. are so. it's a grape very very difficult to to to grow bird here in. drake you meet. very. very. bad target holes father bought the chateau de maggie whereas in the one nine hundred eighty three. he turned it into a four star hotel with thirty rooms and
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a michelin starred restaurant. the castle ambience is part of the appeal. of the bishops' of. until a certain twenty cent to reach so you don't have a lot of. initiative from the certain sensory. he's not coming to always growing my bag even len. but during the nineteenth century a fitz plague the region and destroyed most of. them out back break from cold war was only rescued from extinction by the villagers hard work in the one nine hundred forty s. . lydia and claude studied agriculture and dedicate their efforts to replanting mountebank they bought land which was once used to grow wine but was then abandoned because it was too hard to reach a fossil in france fearful of. and talk about preserving cultural heritage france
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restores churches castles even old factories and now we're restoring our agricultural heritage clean one. we tried to do for was a customer what the how big from who need early age and then they can taste really what people drinking car. before they started their own vineyards the couple worked for other wine growers for years with great success as experts in soil analysis they advised hundreds of in the world over for their own slopes they chose that very traditional back for id. works in so long time for the moment yes said we make we make we help people to print was there were other than govern the thing and so she said why we can't. so that's her regime it was a decision. the chateau de meco as produces on
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a very different scale it is more than six thousand five hundred tech tens of land . also take center stage at the hotel restaurant in twenty seventeen the chef surely a plus so was awarded a michelin star preparing regional dishes that go perfectly with the wine from. i like to serve freshwater fish with a mound back. from one of the wine goes especially well with. the support from. actually originated in the coal region but it's not only associated with french wines about seventy percent of the world's most of that grapes are grown in mendoza argentina. the difference between a argentina and. quite important. this is. the differences like between pick us who are. that's there are different.
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wind from the south of france. one of the best and most time on it europe has to offer. and finally we stay in france and head to the northwestern part of the country to brittany for a kolesnik dish now these are crack made with buckwheat but while cuts are normally served with sweet drink jam or even chocolate spread lead or rather salty we want to take a closer look now at various versions of the traditional. brittany is famous for its rugged n.p. to full coastline this region in northwestern france is home above all to fishermen and farmers. locally grown wheat is plentiful here good news for the region's many critics say and there's certainly no shortage of those here in the small town of
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compaq which dates back to the middle ages. the company to fiji is one of the oldest here it's run by audrey green day and her colleague. for her cripps she mixes different types of flour in addition to ordinary wheat meal she also uses flour made from buckwheat. known here as blaine wa or black wheat it's a key ingredient in the proton gallons. lezzie mobile says and i've added salt to my various types of flour i mean also and i mix it all up with my hands. so i add one ache. and finally water. so what's. the mixture is needed to form a light batter. then it's ready for cooking.
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that's actually so this is the day. the griddle is coated with egg yolk before cooking rather than fat. that's how we wait. only if we use a lot of butter in brittany butter with salt. and it goes in the center genially and then kill your cheese over the top five in there now add ham unfolded. then you brush it with salted butter. and it's done. all kinds of toppings can be used for the. favorites include goat's cheese or rock for sausage bacon or slices of pork loin. the gallops are
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traditionally served with cider. was first introduced to france from asia in the middle ages it quickly became popular among farmers. the plants thrive even in brittany's acidic soil and rainy conditions. today in that block wheat takes just three months to grow that's very fast and that's what made it so popular. that it was duchess of brittany who really brought it in. and she divided the region into an upper and a lower brittany. so in upper brittany their work i let and in lower brittany the more refined clip. craft and are not just popular with the locals but also with tourists diners at the cracker he did get to select the ingredients of
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their choice. and as the meal is very inexpensive it's common to have multiple courses. for dessert many opt for a sweet kind. it's usually served with a homemade caramel sauce. but the company to floozy offers a huge selection of sweet cups including with chocolate or fruit preserves. for the more exclusive club with common yes. and that wraps up another week of euro max you can always keep up with the show on our website or by following us on social media for me and the rest of us here at euro max thanks for tuning in well seeing and seeing.
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iraq. as it once was it was a good that i have just spent a day. but then countless tragedies unfold. my uncle
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was a slope that everyone says don't let go of no way for loss or leave their sergeant to give up. the joys of iraq we are still. remembered baghdad fifteen minutes long t w. climate change is just. a waste. of pollution says. isn't it time for good news to go at africa people and projects that are changing no one's are meant for the better it's up to us to make a difference let's explain each other. what if the environment magazine. d w. n n gemini with demi at any time i've come to meet lace easy names. yet i don't like the fact the songs to sing along to you tube is the come from super man seats
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. for. interactive exercises. everything is online and interactive benjamin fifty fifty w. . a contentious figure at home. here in germany. from the song of the unlimited. to german reunification. and the end of the cold war. gorbachev was one of the great heroes of the twentieth century mikhail gorbachev the last leader of the soviet union was an agent of change quickly met his downfall i have decided to resign my duties as president of the soviet union. he continues to fight for world peace with the reminder i know that you have to comprehend where peace has taken us today there is
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a new arms race. the hour of time gorbachev and the opportunity for peace wasters starts october third on t w. this is indeed news live from berlin after wreaking havoc in the philippines typhoon man good makes landfall in china battering hong kong with gale force winds and torrential rain more than half a million people have been evacuated across several chinese cities as they brace
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for impact also coming up. a russian as he government activist has reportedly been flown to berlin for medical treatment after a suspected poisoning jointer vera to lob was one of the four pussy riot protesters who stormed the football pitch during this year's world cup final in moscow. and the marathon world record is smashed in berlin as kenya's a leader to choke it finishes the race in just two hours away. a minute and thirty nine seconds. spicer it's good to have you with us typhoon mango is now hitting southern china battering hong kong and guangdong province with gale force winds and torrential rain the superstorm has already caused a major destruction in the philippines authorities there say dozens are feared dead
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in flooding landslides and collapsed buildings. nature lashes the coast of home calling with full force and these people got to witness it firsthand . as hong kong issued a maximum alert for typhoon mind goot the territory's government warned people to prepare for the worst. storm surges were expected to raise water levels by up to four meters. hundreds of residents have been evacuated to shelters while others hope to ride it out. almost all flights in and out of the city's airport have been counseled so for anyone who hopes to be from come before the storm there was little option but to keep out of harm's way and stay put. this right i didn't expect to get caught up in
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a typhoon when i booked a trip to hong kong. i've had to scrap all my sightseeing plans i can't go out the subways closed buses have stopped running and there's no ferry service at all. the west the gambling hump of macau closed the doors to its casinos for the first time in history ahead of the storm. authorities here faced criticism for failing to pad residents for a deadly typhoon last year now they face another huge challenge just said to be the strongest typhoon to hit the region this year. meanwhile more bad weather has left eleven people dead in the u.s. massive amounts of rain from tropical depression florence continue to cause severe flooding in north and south carolina authorities say this devastation is far from over there warning residents not to attempt returning to their homes. visited a trailer park where people are struggling to cope with the effects of the storm.
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this is not supposed to be here this is broken so is that new bern north carolina bore the brunt of florence's fury hundreds of people had to be rescued from flooded homes and cars. across the river on the edge of town one park of trailer homes can't even begin to dig itself out. a small trailer unlike a solid house is nearly defenseless against the torrent of wind rain and floods that the hurricane unleashed in this neighborhood it was pure destruction for many people here this is all they have and the waters may have receded some now but this is how high they got. so this sent his family to safety a state away but chose to stay behind in his trailer saying he had worked too hard to simply abandon it was a go go go go go. but you had those are people saying that we should wait for a week for e i need to rebuild but because i going but i need times to get to the hotel i'm at
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the end of the you have you know. francis tycoon just arrived back he and his wife took shelter for two days at the country club where francis works and this is how they found their home. we're going to see if someone will help us maybe this he or the further government will help us because we don't have any other option for it to go for now we'll stay here. you know within the. prancer so tammy don't have insurance they can't afford it they're not expecting any help from the government tammy suffers from chronic health problems meaning her husband will do whatever he can to clean up alone even then it might not be enough. i'm not sure i don't feel like this will ever be back to normal because i just don't feel like after all this damage it would be safe. just
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don't know what's going to happen to be truthful and i don't know where we're going to go. i'm just at a loss i'm standin in the days and i know it doesn't help. i'm lost. no matter what happens. russian government activist associated with a protest group has been for medical treatment. three days ago and admitted to a hospital. he was poisoned this video appears to show prominent kremlin activist. arriving in the german capital that was posted on twitter by. a fellow member of pussy riot the group believes was
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poisoned in an attempt to intimidate or even kill him. says he is in berlin to receive medical treatment. was one of those who invaded the pitch. cup final and. millions of people were watching live the protesters later appeared in court and they served fifteen day jail sentences. interviewed and other pussy riot members back in august. explained the group's approach. taken political. we don't have a fixed number of members different people come together for. the young activists talked of a harsh climate for opposition groups who are frequently condemned by state media.
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i knew they had attacked us because they have to because pussy riot don't do what they want just the way it is the state media always attack opposition groups. was hospitalized in moscow three days ago proceed right to vist was quoted as saying he had lost his eyesight and ability to talk it is not clear what caused his illness but some fingers have pointed to the kremlin the russian government was recently implicated in the poisoning case of takes double agents. though it has always denied any involvement so far the kremlin has not commented on jersey lopes case. and we're joined now by our correspondent in moscow and here in the studio by nina who is the political correspondent to both of you. if i can begin with you have there been any reactions in russia to reports that has been brought to berlin. you know will. there be only.
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yeah a couple of news when you reach your real knowledge steve there been no fishel reactions from the russian government so far the state controlled media like rian obviously they report that he has left russia for medical treatment and go and that was basically it ok and needed do we have any official confirmation from the german german side that that he is in fact here know the devon foreign office has in fact declined to comment on the case they quote many strict privacy laws but then built news pay for the biggest tabloids here in germany and says that both that angela merkel's chancery and the foreign office had been informed prior to that to that flight from moscow to berlin so we'll probably hear more about that in the hours to come but we definitely think that he's here because the video appears to be authentic and an airport spokesperson has also confirmed that there was an ambulance on the night sounds like pretty solid evidence no no major just turning
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back to you is it surprising in any way that that the kremlin allowed him to leave the country. well it's a great question a guy only can speculate because i don't know summation of backlash until the receiver has spent a couple of years during his childhood in canada so yes a russian and in a day and citizenship canadians prime minister two daughters and a set of the situation was a concern because it could be one reason for the russian officials to lower your to receive look leave moscow out on him to leave moscow would recreate suspicion. that it it isnt. ok so often the case there's a murkiness with these stories and you know just turning turning back to do we know what hospital he's doing it all the newspapers are saying that it's pretty pretty clear that he has to be at savvy tale which is ballons oldest and one of europe's biggest university clinics it has a long experience and treating international patients so this seems to be pretty
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clear and also we have seen pictures on build again newspaper on the web sites where it appears to be him on a stretcher being carried into a hospital or to talk to research university hospital i mean i just turning back to you briefly a couple of weeks ago you met your vets evolve in moscow can you can you tell us a bit more about him well as a funny guy he likes to make jokes season absolutely critical of the russian government essentially that he's one of the organizers who draws events and he is the publisher of the investigate newspaper called media's all while you are not mad it was kitchen of these chemicals he was playing with our cameraman flip it was funny so it's a couple of pictures both of them so he's a likable person someone where you and i would like to hang out in the bottom ok i mean a drug storage in moscow and you know has here in the studio in berlin thank you both very much for now to some of the other stories making news around the world
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syrian state media say israel has launched a missile attack on the main airport in damascus the claims were backed up by the syrian observatory for human rights said the attack targeted arms warehouses and caused heavy damage no casualties were reported. german defense minister under line has held talks in baghdad over german military support for iraq german soldiers stationed in jordan and iraqi kurdistan have been helping in the fight against the islamic state underlines says assistance should now extend to other areas such as stabilization and reconstruction. an israeli man has died after being stabbed by a palestinian man at a shopping mall in the west bank israeli army says the assailant was shot following the attack near a busy junction south of jerusalem it has been a major flash point in recent years.
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the runners are continuing to cross cross the finish line in the berlin marathon one of the world's top races but the men's world record has already been smashed by a kenyan any good kid chug a kid should get one last year but this time he beat the world record by well over a minute clocking in a time of two hours one minute and thirty nine seconds closest rivals finished around five minutes behind it earlier we spoke to our sports correspondent mark meadows who is close to the finish line at the brandenburg gate. very very special for everyone here today i mean keep showing he hasn't just broken the world record he has completely destroyed it he did it in two hours one minutes thirty nine seconds now the previous world record which was set here in two thousand and fourteen was two hours two minutes fifty seven seconds so he smashed it by well over a minute i mean people a few years ago were thinking was that even humanly possible it is quite incredible
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what he has achieved and he's only thirty three so he's not a spring chicken but overseas chaining in kenya in high altitude helps him but still this is something massive in the world of athletics you might remember a few a few months ago he tried to actually break the famous to the area which no one thought was really possible it was a publicity stunt for a sportsman manufacturer he didn't quite manage it that day and it didn't count as a world record because of the pacemakers that he used but given what he's achieved today you have to wonder whether that two hour barrier could be smashed by could kill game in the future the last seven men's marathon world records have now been broken here in berlin is the home of the marathon. now in the women's race there was no world record set but it. was won by gladdest hirono the kenyan clinched a win in a competitive field posting a personal best over forty thousand fun runners are taking part as well you're
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watching news from berlin more coming at the top of the hour and don't forget you can get all the latest news and information around the clock on our web site that's state of new dot com thanks for joining us he took. its two in the morning and when chicago is getting ready to go to iraq. he's
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a jewish north london with a point to prove. who is going to even believe that there were jews in iraq. i can no longer carry on living as if nothing else happened and tell my son that he was born in finchley and this was where his as a story started. we are talking possibly of iraq and i would love let's go. around i don't want to buy a house north of baghdad it's so that he can say the iraqi jews still have a stake in my homey. because the dollar is a movie like this is being taken as long as a house is being bought into as of iraq if we are still there. and that
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gives me the sense of belonging. for decades baghdad has meant violence. and the last place most people would want to call home especially the jews. but it wasn't always soon. not diamond got no plans then i think i'm a lucky guy i got a son and. that night. i first came across the jews of baghdad when i was asked to catalog an archive it belonged to the family of david dunn goal. when david's father was born there were one hundred forty thousand jews in baghdad
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. they made up nearly half the city. worldview people in baghdad now remember them. through the houses and old synagogues are everywhere. edwin has arrived in baghdad looking for his roots. i feel. i was finished with this place. i always i need to always reach. i don't even know. because when i tell people. on the road are you kidding are you crazy. i feel. for ever. edwin wasn't just being flowery. iraqi jews are the ones unsung. the ones who were
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captured and taken slaves. the ones who sat by the waters of babylon there we sat down and wept when we remembered sign. they stayed and wrote the great book of jewish law the babylonian talmud. they were below the muslims in society but they ran their own a says as babylon became mesopotamia and as mesopotamia became iraq. back in london i went to meet david goes on as. they were born on the banks of the tigris when iraq was ruled by the british. now a lean and doreen live in flats one above the other if this is my grandfather's the chief of iraq. it was hanging in the.
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back there to show that life was good. this. in the. face. his speech was that you know we don't have privileges it's all iraqis jews and christians we are all iraqis it was a good time it was then it will spend a day. this paradise was created by the british who took part in one nine hundred seventeen. this little boy being pulled along into a british time. constant david. on his father's farm near the town of. i want to do with the world. by far that have been stick relation with their.
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i mean if i tell you. to believe you they were like a brother but i say like a brother like a brother i mean they are there to do all we were to the whole we were just like part of one house and my father. can speak english they were the rule of. if you are in line with the british the levee can be that the north will iraqi jews were in line with the british i met. in israel. many others like me the poor class the british who are robbing our resources our oriel. and you. you're drunk go tell us what to do we don't want any foreigners here we want to
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rule ourselves by ourselves the law and the free you have nothing to go go. but when british rule ended in one thousand touchy to the oil man didn't go home. am i did king of this have on their country to meet with directors of iraq to credit him company flash m.r. shakes give the authentic that have touch. not a pact station how many times have i let you know it was independence. on terms i would say. and the reality lost. while the government. the british. but the british were not the only ones after iraqi oil. as disaffection with the british grew the germans promoted hitler as a liberator. and in one nine hundred thirty three one camp was translated into
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arabic. i made sure the national who was a child in basra. there was a famous say. but in this county. on the ground this year was i missed out on a lovely summer or feel of a vehicle over. it sounds i perform. the nazi's key arab supporter the grand mufti of jerusalem came to baghdad in one thousand thirty nine. the jews did not understand what happened in iraq. with the mufti and with the influence of the narcissist during the thirty years they are in danger to us our intention. to move to moved into this house on the banks of the tigris in baghdad next door to
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david's family the dying goes. in early one nine hundred forty one the move to hit. your excellences great fear of. the palestinian problem has united all the arab states and the mutual hatred of the english and the jews. that ups are willing to shed their blood in the holy war and the oil flow for england. great futa my wishes for a long life and shining victory. the public mood in iraq turned against the monarchy and in much nine hundred forty one the region fled with the boy king leaving iraq to the fascists and its oil to the germans. once again the british invaded. a few doubts about the first gave up
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a little bit of an awful. lot of beer on. every other but if they don't the rebels all of a load of. the nationalists or they feed it completely by the end of may. they have fast stations who is the object that can be a victim for this is a frustration the juice. i may just bear on spend machine television. she was living in the suburbs and her family didn't realize anything was wrong my grandfather went shopping he was beaten very badly they called him you know our jewish you know our english and he was beaten and he was bleeding all over. that night
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a riot started. in jerusalem i found early i mean he was in the center of baghdad the muslims evaded the jewish quarter we knew it this way or the other bill will kill jews. all night we were up there on the roof. frightened waiting for something bad to happen they were banging on doors and breaking people shouting crying. we heard the crowd coming on the stairs my father note to the neighbors he said please give us every few words. good neighbor called his god of a solitude to cross us to the other side.
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my uncle. who was a slaughter and his part of the business both of them they live together that die together. to share the class where they stopped the process and took which was outside and they killed our neighbors who were muslims. and to my mother. and her family of her they were very good friends. she's a breast fed me. and god bless her calea as they. came to our house you're strong for the big one they should stick to their. own ship the fifty that for three days. she saved our life. and. after nine hundred forty one with the money to keep back in place iraq was
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a piece for the rest of the war. the most he fled and went to berlin. to dangle was brought the house where he lived and the kids got to play in the most he's got. the warhawk he's touched them there were parties every night the community was living in a bubble. they were not touched by the holocaust and they were living as if there was no war and nothing has happened much. so my father was very happy to to to stay all and back that. david should mashes davydenko his neighbor in london as he was in baghdad when they were children there's always hope that a bad episode was
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a one off and it won't repeat itself. with a certain amount of wishful thinking but. the truth and nothing. but the less well off jews were worried. they saw the right during the war as a warning. really joined a secret cell. phone road. there's are you are we continue. to hone color you didn't begin. a new but no more lawyer. law sort of call could be the has all the iraq. today he teaches kids at the babylonian museum mentality. and he's bringing his replica guns to tell them about how scientists working for the creation of israel
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came to trade them in fact that we're going to tell a lot lot more shoe industry can use. a given course if you. are a dumbass kushal how to. cook you must cook but. you should rush how much. the kenyan back to design is were essential to the jewish leader david ben-gurion. he was building his new country and he wanted a million immigrants to people it and to defend it. of this time don't argue with me bring bring the jews here. because we don't want to happen. today i know you can bring them so it's bring the jews here.
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esperance spend most shame decided to learn hebrew the choice nine which is the new state i think of all the people that came to study with me. we went far far away in the desert somewhere near or. near the river or somewhere very far nobody lives there nobody not a soul of the. first lady of the world that. we had pickled eggs. they were talking about this or it was like the end like either but all the movie that so everybody was interested to go. in may nine hundred forty eight palestine was partitioned to make way for the new jewish homeland israel.
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the dream came true that the zionists. and a nightmare began for the jews still living in the arab world. from egypt from trans-jordan and from the north with support of other arab states palestine is invaded as the united nations looked for ways to stop the war. raging routed out of palestine and ignited in the streets of iraq. the fierce the tough and when israel won the war the iraqi government of that time most severely against the jews over there what a very difficult situation given nineteen fifty. jews were fired from government jobs and the people who did their shops. jews closed their businesses they do not bear to go through the streets.
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they hang. jewish reported for desire on the zim i'm in line there are two for communism. so every one and there's still no way for us to leave their. money open the door was. a deal funded by american scientists with sweetness for the prime in. his family allowed for the jews to renounce their iraqi citizenship and leave. at first the take up was slow. some people didn't want to go they had their jobs and their money and their houses . my parents were not violent there were jews there. they have all the whatever it you
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use to do holidays and all and in the synagogue there were not really dying. but then a series of bombs went off in jewish districts of baghdad although the government accused and then hind to zionists for doing it in order to drive in the creation. no one believed them now they were afraid or they are throwing bombs in the synagogues so we have to move so they went to register all of the seven thousand when the ridges in the synagogue so we were about two hundred twenty thousand. the minute they close the list of all those wanted to go to jerusalem they confiscated all the money in the banks or what you had you can't sell i'm moving you can sell your house you can sell not even
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a brand. and we left iraq with them pounds. throughout the summer of one nine hundred fifty one planes flew continuously from baghdad to tell of the. until one hundred twenty thousand iraqi jews were carried away. but the welcome wasn't what they were expecting. looking like creatures from the arabian. it's a colorful sight but scarcely a pretty one. a sort of weird costume ball on poles and front of you abusing bizarre but. it was. they conceived of that people who have no concept of god so does not exist the
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our language is the language of the enemy and they'd be fine. black people. in the room some of these people may have been well to do or even well things but you me until now for they are all pretty much. basically the message just came back guys don't rush for god's sake we rush to this place and we sitting in tents with a russian. in one nine hundred fifty one life for edwin's family under the monarchy was comfortable. to leave. i don't with seven thousand when. they stayed on. and when has left the safety of the hotel to look for his childhood home now sandwiched between the
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notoriously violent such a city and the river. the area is controlled by a shia militia. the taxi driver snafus a quarter of a fortune. for something lost so much. love for. a father was shot early on he will be. out of careful because he could be the earliest. that got them put them to cut them up we have got. them adoption of the b. of. g. the b. of you know how that doesn't we could never. allow that bit other bit you know the. well go for the ball go. my god. oh my god the solution. to the floyd way way way would. be no g.d.'s they got it how do i
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do both of you know how do you think i would be out of my shoes on nobody. why is it that you always have a noble mark on the boat. well i would. like to. when i saw the house in perth. that you have to leave your old home. like a criminal. is difficult to put myself into the cauldron of boiling motions. on the jew who always names appear. as a kind of a feeling of belonging. but there's just other mother other than a minute by minute even jewish funny how that could be
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a goof what i left out of on the other shot of him in him should be you know most of it with his head in a. whirl of about that guy but that kind of did do we when shimon who has. it when he's still in his old neighborhood trying to find his family's synagogue it's called me a twig. and it's now the only maintained synagogue in iraq who uses. the hope that it. may twenty eighth is still standing. when saddam hussein needed to piece the americans hearing straight to be preserved. but it's too dangerous for jews to actually question. baghdad was the center of the jewish world for over fifteen hundred years. they were both in color moved from babylonia cardboard.
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why isis is put so much into iraq. i can't live. with the fact that my grandfather is very poor. and that we've abandoned him and we just say goodbye back. but it's we. could everything. while it is egyptian president she makes a public appearance following seasonale is. seen by the friends when suicide took place my father could see that it was a momentous thing happening in the middle east. it was the
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first time that nationalism asserted itself i remember he was to listen to news day and night he couldn't get away from it one minute the women i mean probably david dunn said leave my mother who are not happy. you could feel a kind of anxiety behind the sort of facade of easygoing life. our house was on the riverfront and the royal palace was on the other side we work up to the sound of gunfire. it must have been a. sort of first light. the radio came on announcing the
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army had taken over. two years after a series in one nine hundred fifty eight the monarchy in iraq was overthrown in a leftwing military coup. it had lasted thirty seven years. and reassign just opposed because at the end the republican rebels have offered ten thousand pounds of his rent. insisted the new one thing is that we can learn to do but. this is i became qassam he was the leader of the revolt the idea that the king should be replaced by a republic was something strange to us and quite bewildering in some ways even though we knew very little about politics we knew something cataclysmic was happening. i was three years old when the coup happened
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everybody rushed to the balcony to watch. the prime minister for russia and there is site they tied his body to a car and just the usual. revenge would pull his body through the streets. back dad i remember my mother my grandmother screaming as the as the body was passed through all of the other and me squeezing between them to see what what was the commotion. king faisal the second in the royal family were gunned down. and the crown prince's mutilated body was displayed on the walls of the ministry of defense. in one nine hundred fifty nine david parents finally made the decision to leave iraq we came to england when we had finally got our entry permit. my father had hoped to make his life in the land his forefathers
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it was south. i never went back. after the revolution we had to bring it down we didn't want anybody to come and see we have the kink and on the war. down when we read it. and put it away in a store all. four thousand jews stayed after the revolution . the first six months we thought we are going to be called when east. now even want to learn about communism with us we're out of stuff we are going to be probably. the david calash had a dealership selling fine t. american cars we have board about seventy or eighty dogs. when the revolution came in we thought nobody would dare to write in a big car you want to go in
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a small car otherwise they would kill you. you corrode relieve it in six months the government they open embassies of the east russia embassy. china and these people they are starving for american cars. with porn industry with every car the streets of each. of the short. break ups. in one nine hundred sixty three with the tacit support of the cia kassam was killed in another coup by the baath party who included some old wartime fascists and a young officer saddam hussein.
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israel was back as an issue. and within weeks jewish passports were taken away. i was lucky i was really lucky. i live. in march to have a modest ninety six he said. everything changed in sixty seven when the six day war started. to remember coming home from school my mother picked us up. by look at her face. the traffic was stopped by police. convoy with lots of soldiers holding their guns. iran was one of five states fighting his trail in the six day war in june one thousand nine hundred sixty seven. i remember my brother distinctly say you know
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this is very bad for us if israelis win then they're going to come back and take their revenge on us and israelis knows well we're all going to as the only way. the israelis won. and the consequences were immediate for the two thousand jews still living in baghdad. people from the post office docked on the door i opened the door myself of the house where the the tough ones on and i just took them they pulled the cords from the wall and took over the instrument and they said i'm sorry but rules are rules jews are not allowed anymore the use of the telephone. my mother was placed immediately on the house to house arrest luckily she knew with the chief inspector of police and back that she protected her. there was a lot of help from our muslim friends.
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in early one nine hundred sixty nine the bath leadership laid on an event in response to the six day war and its aftermath. saddam hussein now deputy leader was given the job of turning it into a national festival they rounded up a number of people mostly jews and they accused them of being spies for israel and for the west when they said spy there a member of my dad's complection chain he. was suddenly said. that doesn't sound good he knew that there probably meant the jews. show trial of the suspects was mounted in january. on the day of the trial i remember we were petrified all of us and suddenly we see them on television
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the doorbell rings and when the doorbell rings in the middle of the night even of a for b. for everybody to look at the evening and for everybody the door the there is no reason for their doorbell to ring alerts it's trouble that you're enough it was saying help they have taken either well. they had come to ask you to check. no matter what we tried what how we tried we could not find out where he was. for me it was like almost the end of the world. a few time or in small groups another one thousand jewish men phaneesh from their families. then came music danny's uncle. it was a notice like one of those adverts you sell an apartment on the fifth side. his
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partner were found guilty yesterday of the spy and they will be hanged tomorrow morning. that was my turning point i guess. it was only one thought which is the same thing of everybody who just one falls left let's get out. jews were not allowed to have possible so they couldn't leave the country so there was no other option just. seventy seventy one that your school was the year you're going to school every morning you count and you look around who is left in your classroom. my mother we had an idea that she was planning to run away. but not at all the ventures for some. very secure she tried to keep myself occupied.
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she was making goals walky men and women in customs. plans were to go on holiday as such to northern iraq it's beautiful it's lovely. and. once we're in the kurdish areas we're pretty much safe because they didn't have any in a must to do was this. we knew that this was a proper way to escape. over seventy one my father growth the family together and told us that. in two hours we depart the house wherever.
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we have to go through checkpoints tried to be cool. pretending to be your holiday be jolly and you're looking at around that we're all sisters or younger to a grandmother who was praying about woodley. is it possible this soldier i would suspect he has a family that looks like you know jewish they look frightened. so when we crossed the border between iraq and kurdish iraq and the guy turned around and said you're ok no you've made it. it was just it was amazing we knew that we we were free and we were just ecstatic.
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did used to me. unity was now down to a few hundred. the baath party's attention drifted elsewhere. eleven years after alians passport had been taken away her application for a new one suddenly went through. its were close into we had a less six cases with us where went to a friend's house and the next morning we'll length of the at lot and left. eighteen arrived in london on the eighteenth of december nine hundred seventy four heaving two hundred eighty jews and blacked out. once you leave the country and don't return within three months and all your property is confiscated. and you to see unless later was your nationality and all because of iraq and.
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in two thousand and three iraq was once again invaded. and i'm doing american alliance wanted to be rid of saddam and say. i'm going to be to edwin in northern iraq he's buying his house and have built the capital of the kurdish area. he wanted to join the last five to still living in baghdad but it's too dangerous that. which is not to say at bayless safe islamic states frontline is just a short drive from met bill city center. past. the hour but it's. probably a little real close. i bought
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this house and it is a step in my dream. you know what maybe just maybe in thirty forty fifty sixty years time jews would reconnect with their both place. it could die with me. but if i don't see that my dream in my lifetime i least i know set it in motion. of course i know i'm going for
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a bit for the believer there are longing for but my about it that. i knew all morning for that interest so natural. but you don't go in there. i don't want to go back. there's a lot of people who left baghdad in the good times so they have a nice nostalgic memory of it. i know that my memory is just marred by loss of my uncle. good wrong still in all blood. in. it's like and distant battle ringing in the back of a heads always reminding us where we came from.
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i still miss but. i wouldn't let the going out because it's all in the in. the cases i know. i'm not the same. it's that to remember. everything as it is or is as well as it was. i was dreaming. cut. nine hundred sixty eight
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the global revolt. people everywhere were conscious state. now crying echoed around the world. the vietnam war came increasingly brutal. disillusionment took hold and parts of the protest movement became radicalized. part three the explosion just a. little. in mainland hundred sixty eight and al crying and going around the world. young people rebelled against their parents' generation just make up wasn't on some dusty from a stupidity and instead. they demanded nothing less than a home system. one maelstrom of florida marlins.
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those missouri remember them. for the first time i had a feeling of being pumped something in. the seeds of civil rights the peace movement the women's movement one planned during this period comes to steal. the global lives. this week g.w. . this is t.w. news live from berlin a russian anti-government activists has reportedly been flown to berlin for medical
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treatment after suspected poisoning you just heard see love is one of four pussy riot protesters who stormed the football pitch during this year's world cup final in moscow. tycoon mangled makes landfall in china battering hong kong with gale force winds and torrential rain more than half a million people have been evacuated across several chinese cities as they brace for impact.

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