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large objects at police one officer drew his gun was. the demonstrators some of their faces covered continue to the seat undeterred i. police detained over one hundred forty people across the city france's interior minister appealed for an end to the unrest with now is the time for dialogue and consultation now is the time for debate respect and respect for the law. saturday's violence was on a smaller scale than previously seen but even peaceful protesters could remain a major headache for micron's government was. was. sports now and frankfurt's or bundesliga record against byron munich continued on saturday as they failed to be the defending champions for a fifteenth consecutive time a three nothing by when reduced its deficit behind of league leaders dortmund just
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six points. ahead of the game it was clear that nico covert still has a soft spot for frankfurt and after kickoff it was just as clear he wasn't happy with his current side starts in the match. first miner will know how to keep out danny de costa was and then nicholas kept the eagles at bay have on. fire and finally hit top gear on the quarter hour mark but kevin truck pulled out some sublime save six the score level was there was nothing he could do in the thirty fifth minute though as profitability grabbed the opener for the visit his was the game was going by is way too much moola coming ever so close shortly before the break was.
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was their visit has got their second in the seventy ninth minute their remarkable hockey betty with his second of the match and third goal this week was buying got another one just before the final whistle griffey jr with an absolutely delightful goal to make it three five og the record champions are hot on dorman's heels and nico heads into the mid-season break with plenty festive cheer. and rail madrid have cruised to bare third consecutive club world cup title beating the usa east four to one in the final in abu dhabi goals from rich marcos the rent a and captain sergio ramos sealed the win the spanish giants of now won a record for club world cups won more than there are tribal are slim. in spain the world's biggest lottery has dished out
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a prize totaling almost two point four billion euros. the christmas lottery known as el gordo or the fat one is a tradition baiting dating back more than two hundred years the top take in holder took home some four hundred thousand euros but with many smaller prizes to the joint definitely got shared around. and they reminder of the top stories that we're following for you right now rescue teams are searching for survivors after a tsunami struck the coast of indonesia on saturday night killing at least one hundred sixty eight people more than seven hundred already reported injured and dozens of people are unaccounted for. you're 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 dot com thanks for watching.
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letter we were. when we were. eighty percent of americans in some point in our lives really experience hardship listen how. much that matters to. us.
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of course it's difficult the winters are harsh it's the summer sweltering with them but whether it's raining or windy or snowing it doesn't matter we must put on our costumes and carry on as usual. but. as a labor we chose this profession out of passion as the show must go on just such. a. far from the city lights of shanghai and beijing the ginger travelling opera troupe the journey tirelessly through the remote countryside of northern china going from
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village to village day after day for ever audiences still await their arrival. on the television set of all the uprise we were all part of this year which was your favorite was with me it's hard to say. but of all the ones we've already done. i think my favorite song. that's true and the song i must agree is just magnificent however the song i prefer the most is the last one in. mikey especially when sung by took the week it's really wonderful
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. travelling opera troops have been crisscrossing china from east to west and from north to south for thousands of years only a handful remain today. mr lou's troop is one of the few that are left. there traveling through shanxi a province in central china that is often seen as the birthplace of chinese civilization it's a rural area that has somehow missed out on china's economic boom and the explosion of megacities taking over the country. the troop is like a family all ages and each with their own story and reasons for choosing this i ten or at lifestyle at times bringing husbands wives and children with them around the world. like i'm twenty years old.
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and i'm from a small village in china. i had to leave my parents when i was twelve and i joined the company after studying at an opera school. in the beginning i was so young that i really missed my parents. i remember crying a lot back then. i've been here for four years now and how can i put it things have changed. i don't know if i like this life but i've gotten used to it. already up. we don't have much time to set up the stage. oh. this is a typical village one where farmers spend their time in their fields and entertainment is rare. the one or two times a year that the opera comes to town are still
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a big event a moment of a scape and welcome or spike from the calm of life in the countryside. the. the troops will stay for two days maybe three they live out of suitcases no where is home but everywhere is home this time they found lodgings in an abandoned school lee is the youngest performer in the group she didn't choose this life for herself her family decided for her in an attempt to help her avoid a future of labor and poverty. what time are we going on tonight around eight thirty pm. ok say we should be done around eleven pm moment night. that means we'll probably only get to bed around one am it's going to be a long tiring night. how long are we staying here four or five days i think last
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time we stayed five days so it will probably be the same thing. the last place where we performed was much better. the village has been expecting the troupe the opera is by no means just fun it's seen as an offering to the gods of barter in exchange for amusing them the people hope their wishes for a prosperous harvest good health or the birth of a boy will be granted. in its own way the opera is as much a religious service as it is entertainment. and it's more fun to watch a performance then to go to the temple. which now they are going to have ladies and gentlemen first timers and upper regulars good evening
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and welcome. tonight the role of tongues deanna will be performed by one of our young actors the other roles will be performed by way yanking enjoy the show. thank.
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the curtain goes up and the audience is taken back in time to ensure china through stories that capture the audience's imaginations all the shows take place in the same setting imperial china and revolve around timeless tales of intrigue love affairs and relationships between young and old characters some of them good and others powerful and evil. the moral of the story is usually positive and presented by bow gone the good judge a recurring character who writes wrongs and restores and justice before the curtain drops.
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i. believe he is about to go on stage every night she plays the same part an imperial guard a small supporting role. that's because she's not only the youngest in the troupe but also the latest recruit she still has a long way to go before she can take center stage and perhaps one day with the queen's costume. if you can even sample the logic of course i dream a success. but to get that one has to work very hard. and it's difficult for young people to walk their way up. we generally go to bed very late. and his heart and tiring to get up so early and to get to work quickly.
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but i do want to have leading roles and get better at what i do which would mean i've done more money. was. the earlier you. married yeah. so do i pass nanny what i prefer in traditional chinese art press on the male question. but rather those designed for women. i love to watch them. i love to watch them because they truly magnificent especially at night that. night brings a special ambience to the show. i think it's better than
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a daytime performance. when i watch the show from the wings with the magic of the lights in full effect i think it's breathtaking. as night falls the actors are transformed into kings princesses heroes and gods come morning they are once again mere mortals performers on the outskirts of society in precarious living conditions a life of thin sleeping mats on the floors of temples villagers homes or backstage . can tell and lending. to. you is the troops lead singer and artistic director he joined the team when he was just sixteen years old his son also wants to be a performer but he dreams of beijing opera the most reputable form of this traditional art he doesn't want
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a life on the road performing for villagers. but . i always tell my son that if you like this profession he must go for it if he fights he will succeed he will be and he'll. cut down hope like the. larger. performing an opera that fits this region if i like the beijing opera but i couldn't join because my family wasn't part of the right social class i had no chance of even addition in there. the beijing offer is bigger and more prestigious than ours. but it doesn't reach the people it's also a lot less demanding. time. how soon. can tell you. in small
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villages the arrival of the offer is a huge event. that farmers rarely stop working they have such a difficult life. we offer them a moment of respite. distractions are rare here but they allow themselves to get comfortable and enjoy the show we put on. people from neighboring villages have also come the songs and dances the costumes and the ancient story lines offer a three hour a skate from the hard daily grind of life on the farm and work in the fields in the heat of a summer day it's an older crowd that gathers for the show along with a few children.
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every year the audiences seem to have shrunk a reflection of the rural exodus that has left entire regions empty and which has no end in sight. for those who remain all generations of a family lived together in one small home and they do not share the same opinions nor see eye to eye when it comes to opera and maintaining traditions. so my neighbor told me the operas here. that i have too much work i can't go. and that's not all of it i'm not sure i want to go you're right it's always the same especially when we don't understand the story. that way you young people don't
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understand the tradition. it's endless sometimes it lasts over three hours. on top of that you can imagine last time i was so tired after working all day that i fell asleep but you don't. get bored of pillage life is nice. the air is pure. there's no pollution hand. the city is more practical and more modern but here we live among nature. i love the opera cost the clothing is just incredible the long dresses are magnificent all of that the costumes the shoes it's like a bouquet of flowers.
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was. it was. a shock to us tonight the show starts at eight pm sharp. what are we performing again since. it was we'll do the long version about three and a half hours. so we'll have the honor to have gene went onstage with us. and what are we performing tomorrow morning to morrow morning we have the pleasure of performing dong starring our second team of actors. right for tonight's show i need you all to concentrate. and to really work together to
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ensure the show's a success the expectations are high tonight this audience is passionate about opera so we need to give them our best from the heart when. you walk. by. commercial more than average are moving up from the lyrics i view to full and the singing is very delicate it's not the language we speak every day in opera everything is beautiful all the actors the gestures the musical instruments the
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songs the makeup the actresses who play the parts. it's a fascinating world. was. it. was. her that. night after night ping lead plays the queen and wears the costumes of noble women and emphasis she's the one that all the young singers in the troupe admire and the audience is most desolate by keenly has lived. on stage and on the road since she
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was a child to the performers ginger as more of an art than a career and over time it becomes a way of life and a destiny. so that. i must have been seven or eight years old when the opera first came to my village. i remember thinking the make up and the hairstyles were magnificent and. i sneaked back stage so i could watch the actors get ready it was like a dream i didn't think then that i would make that my career but i wanted to be part of that world so badly and yes i was about seven or eight years old and. school's out for the holidays and ping's daughter has come to see her sharing her life on the road for a few days it's rare that they get to see each other with her mother away for most
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of the year the little girl is raised by her family on the outskirts of beijing. young. muslims we don't have a lot of contact with people outside the troop we keep to ourselves the days tend to run together we travel eat sleep and then it's time to put on makeup and perform . would you wish. that i would prefer it if my daughter did something else it's a great job but it leaves no room for having a family oh yeah i couldn't give jingjing the love and care that she needed and her father wasn't there for her either it's just not fair for the children. some days are more difficult than others. the rain started this morning and will
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continue for several days but rain or shine the shows must go on at a pace of two to three performances daily. i can do for you how many people live here around four hundred people how do you sustain yourselves what do you grow in your fields or do we grow yes as a corn. corn and vegetables but this year was a very poor harvest. the harvest was bad because of weather conditions and the farmers don't make enough money it's very difficult for everyone . and you we're with the upper true was she doing here where performing an opera. does this opera have a name. we're performing jealousy junction. i see i did and it was the thing is an excellent come see us tonight ok well
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try how much if i buy two for your. let's teach. you i mean one more un oh yes sorry. that was partly because of the leader and her travelling companions are used to these kinds of places that no one usually visits. to avoid boredom they often go out and meet the people letting them know that something extraordinary is about to take place in their village. and i know. it's the old prayer they arrived this morning. come see us perform tonight why not do you live far. great. the operators cooled changi jan jan you like it this ng is a very talented. do you like opera yes but i don't have time for
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that. was the show was found below us we're performing towers he shouts n. i working tonight as well yes over there. you can watch the show and work at the same time has business not very good. there aren't a lot of people here do you know live in this village no i live higher up there aren't a lot of people here that's for sure. what it. looks like we spent almost all our money yeah and very little time and it was tough to earn. we bought lots of food for about fifty yuan. lots of things to eat and to snack on. there's no one in this village and not a lot to do. but i can't wait to leave there's nothing fun to do here. with
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far from everything it's not very lively you. so how long are we staying here. about four days i imagine. boring. and not a lot to do it feels really remote. and. setting up the stage takes almost an entire day. the artists who agreed to handle this long and tedious task are rewarded with a small bonus. the others drop off their bags where they'll be staying with some villagers who agreed to put them up in exchange for some money. in the for the making man stuff tomatoes it smells really good the
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tomatoes are from the garden grown without pesticides it's better that way they look wonderful. i hear. i'm so hungry we've been on the road and we haven't eaten since this morning i see you eat badly you're too skinny. upper is too tough for these youngsters. and you really travel all year round from village to village. yes around that must be difficult. during high season we never stop then during most ease and things quiet down a bit. are you sure you'll perform tonight with all that rain coming down. if this stage is uncovered will cancel we can't perform for soaking wet but if it's
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covered we'll definitely perform in fact if the audience shows up we have to perform. will you come see us tonight. if you perform i will come. the food is delicious. i was famished. yes. since i was little i've always felt. that today i
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can provide for myself and also help my family. i'm even able to save a little money and help my mother. provided i'm careful about my spending and. i come from a very poor family so i do whatever i can and work hard to help all of. that is my destiny opera has given me a better life. than the further. we managed to adapt. and always end up getting used to this way of life. this country's enormous it's like a never ending journey. but it's a chance for us to discover new cultures. the public is full of praise and always compliment us. it's a wonderful reward because the work is extremely difficult. we're very lucky.
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that's what motivates us to continue. the next stop is almost one hundred kilometers to the east even farther from beijing and its prestigious operas a forgotten region it's a bit like the soft underbelly of a very large dragon if i don't know what that when do you think we'll finish this tour. we still have four operas to do maybe five. so we have about twenty days to go. look at explore nas on park we could have some
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fun once the tour is over then go home and finally get some rest. and do you what do you plan to do. later. i'm going to rest fast and i have back in travel a bit where to. beijing. in beijing you can visit the imperial palace it's a fantastic place. it's very beautiful inside. if i had a bit of time i'd love to go to shanghai i've never been before. people say they have beautiful shops and boutiques there. i hope we can have some fun once the tories over who work is so tiring yes under stress with him. i situation is pitiful it's so hard we don't have a minute of rest not a moment to relax or decompress.
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thanks. to the glee at being is our principal actress there are different types of roles for women in the ginger opera and she plays all the lead female roles. not only is she talented but she's also a beautiful person inside so of course i want to be like her. she's a role model for me. and. it's so grieved a place round out your wrist there you go eric it. can
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stand tall as if your father were here. so turn your rarest and let your eyes follow its movement. you. could see that sometimes it gets tough but you have to practice every day you need to train starting early in the morning work every second never stop. look at me i sing all the time even very softly during every waking moment. whatever you do laundry cooking you must think it's a daily task. it's a job that never stops. and doesn't just happen like that in fact it takes a lifetime off. the
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troop is greeted by a group of villagers the locals do not regularly participate in religious services usually only monks perform rituals and ceremonies but today it's different. it's the birthday of a local god so the artists will be honoring him with songs and music and. thank.
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her. i sometimes think i recently wrote the first sentence here yesterday we performed an opera called suzanne just. i played the role of susan look right now the sun comes from a rich family but her parents die in a tragic accident. so her aunt takes her into raise her unfortunately she has no money so she sells she listened to an old rich men of color coming up the man is
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embittered and mean you know and he and his family beat forces on constantly we are they hate her so much they decide to poison her food and all hearts but that day suzanne is sick and can't swallow anything will come the go with a man it's her food in her place and dies in incredible pain and both after his death so the son is sold to a brothel where she meets a very handsome young man i do agree that. he is rich and they fall deeply in love with one another so i. i i i i i i i i i i i feel.
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our. ed. thanks thanks. thanks. to. our. in the old days the longest opera performances could last several days today they've been reduced to three or four hours and encompass all genres from melodrama to burlesque to tragedy to circus our actors have to spend around seven hours a day on stage to make as much as a blue collar worker. but the opera is a colorful contrast to the gloom of a factory or mine and performers travel for eight months at a time making people laugh and cry all over the country. for.
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you not to let. your mother. that was fine. thank. you. can we take a picture. of great it was amazing well done.
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i have to go. out and. have. nothing but an oval office all of the tiger mother in law. that. my. humble you. are the one. that i'm. a bit of a. while
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they dream of heading back home to their villages and families the bus takes them farther and farther away each day to faraway corners in the north of the country to conquer new audiences. it's the first time the opera has ventured into this region located in between shanxi and inner mongolia where and how will they find a place to sleep will the audience turn out for their show. how many days and nights will they need to stay before continuing their journey. a trip just arrived in the neighboring village. they perform operas.
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i've heard they're very good would you like to go ok. all right let's see if we can convince a grandmother to join us. let's get to it we still have a bit of work to finish first and that is. did you hear about tonight show in the nearby village. i don't have money to go. so you're not going. i doubt it even if they only come once a year well then pay me what you owe me ok. let's hear we couldn't go the harvest was too poor did you go how was it. it was great really excellent well i hope i can make it this time. you know. only i know. right you're wrong.
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i have enough well to look old not at all but it would be good for you to have a little fun your grandson will be happy. the last time i saw or not pray or father was still alive that was a long time ago we were gone for a few days it was a long trip. come on don't stay at home. my grandson is a good boy. back again. in these parts not many people move away from their villages. but the fact that the gentry troop have stopped by in the neighboring village is a good excuse to escape every day life and go on an adventure take
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a break from harsh reality and opportunity to enjoy life and to experience a bit of cultural magic and beauty that is thousands of years old an opportunity to reconnect with others and come together with a community and a chance to rediscover history whether real or fantasy through splendor that will live on as long as the ginger troops continue their travels. in eastern culture the stories of our ancestors and those of modern life are inextricably linked never separated. therefore traditional chinese opera will never disappear. we give life to characters of a bygone era us of course all of this is beautified on stage to provide maximum enjoyment to help us remember our origins and those who came before us so they can remain in our memories but nothing will ever replace traditional opera it will live
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on forever. but. you're a man the christmas on
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a. magical mighty delicate light sculptures made of paper. stars roughing the loveliest ways to crack a present. festive spirit a visit to konstanz christmas market. here over. thirty minutes on. every journey begins with the first step and every language which the first word published in the book. recoat is in germany to learn german and why not her family simple online on your mobile and free shops d w z e learning course nikos free german made easy. where's home. when your
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family is scattered across the globe. with the goods if you put it was easy it was a journey back to the roots should gather minutely. traveling from somalia move around to. go to church and just systems. lose family starch turn her to her own t.w. . plane . this is deja news live from berlin a deadly tsunami strikes the coast of indonesia and arrived in the dark of night
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without warning and now in the light of day the devastation is becoming clear the death toll is climbs nearly two hundred with many more injured the search is on for those who are still missing but also coming up the u.s. government's partial shutdown is set to stretch on through christmas for president trump says he'll be staying in washington to negotiate a deal with democrats the refused to fund his promised orderable. and in the bonus legal buyer munich to keep up the pressure of a variance take on frankfurt's in their quest to keep pace with legal leaders. will have a full. plate . i'm called usman banks for joining us indonesian rescue workers are searching for survivors in the aftermath of a devastating tsunami which struck a busy tourist region on saturday night the country's disaster agency has confirmed
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one hundred sixty eight people are dead but more than seven hundred reported injured dozens more are unaccounted for the tsunami swept the coastline along the straight between sumatra and java was apparently triggered by the eruption of an island volcano which sent a wall of water passing ashore. this is the moment the tsunami hit without warning. because people to flee in panic. the local rock band seventeen were performing on the beach when the wave struck. in a tearful instagram message the band's front man confirmed that several members of the group had been killed and that elvis at the concert was missing including his own wife it seems many have not found anything to hold on to.
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and the light of day this scale of the damage has started to emerge. hundreds of houses and other buildings have been destroyed. eyewitnesses have said they were taken aback by the force and speed of the way. that water came so fast. and so many people were running washed away. some were struck down. the president offered his condolences to those who have lost loved ones and asked people to be patient as the search and rescue effort gets underway. this man was freed from the rubble by emergency workers it's unclear how many people are still trapped across the island he thought the tsunami could have been sparked by underwater non slides caused by
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an erupting volcano. experts say this could explain why the water and paid to just come out of nowhere. let's take a look now at what we know about this disaster the tsunami cut a swath of destruction across three regions worst it was pandit along on java which has many popular tourist beaches we know that the wave was powerful but it wasn't all that big only about one meter high it followed an eruption of the a not krakatoa volcano which has been especially active since june and as we heard scientists believe that these tsunami was triggered by an undersea landslide or earthquake they also say it was made worse by an abnormally high tide. let's go now to stanley video he's a freelance journalist in jakarta stanley can you walk me through the situation there on the ground as this tsunami hit people there just had no idea this was coming. back there and he's been there for their
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prey have no idea which what to do their damage what i think happened during the night but are you pretty dark i mean it was it could happen you know if it were an idea. yeah. so there was just no warning people going on about their daily lives even even concerts happening. yeah even concerts are happening but yeah people are just going through their days. you know yet there is no build up to you know how about this region itself can you describe it for us i mean we understand that this is a major tourist destination. yeah they do region is around. jakarta . putative beaches maybe we could tell you the china chary to beach are just like three to four hour drive away from jakarta website and there there are popular tourist destination. there visited by
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a lot of people every year and especially especially now with the peak at peak season got it because christmas season is rolling around so yeah so they're popular beach for spots. now today the day after we were seeing some of the scenes of the aftermath there can you describe to me just how badly was this region hit. her. that maybe if you go to her that you're already. right if you know me but to which extent their damage. there was not clear cut maybe career you know or you can ship their cattle there better to target really hard to explain how to what extent of damage you go. how might the search and rescue operation now underway how quickly were these teams able to reach the site and what's the situation going forward. they should be or it could be right there pretty quickly
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or the fact that it's not cricket it region. i just heard from oxford oxford. there are there are there go there already dispatching some people over to the region their work work it would mean if you were to do that. that's at least a bit of good news there in that region stanley would you and so in jakarta for us thank you very much. u.s. president trump has said he will remain in washington over christmas to negotiate a deal to end the u.s. government's partial shutdown trump is locked in a standoff with democratic lawmakers who are refusing to meet his demand for a border wall with mexico the impasse has blocked a senate spending bill to extend government operations some eight hundred thousand government workers won't get paid until lawmakers strike a deal. it may be the festive season but there's not much political goodwill in washington the shutdown has hardened the front lines between president trump and
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the democratic party the republican leadership is letting the two sides fight it out push the pause button until the president. roh moo moo will need a signature or. and shouted democrats from whom we will need go. reach an agreement it's all about the wall security has been tightened on the mexican border but that's not enough for trump he says he'll approve a new budget spending bill only if he gets the five billion dollars he wants to build a border wall he says it's the only way to stop illegal migration the only thing that's going to stop that is great border security with a wall or a slot fence or whatever you want to call it but we need a great barrier and if we don't have it it's never going to work last week the white house hinted that a deal to bridge the funding gap was doable but then the president of broccoli
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changed his mind. conservative commentators had begun complaining pundit and coulter called trump gutless she said if he backed down on his promise of building a wall his presidency would become a joke now much of the government has gone into shutdown democratic leaders stress that they also want to invest in border security but by no means in building a border wall it will never pass the senate not today not next week not next year so mr president president trump if you want to open the government you must abandon the wall further talks are expected over christmas but the next vote on a spending bill can be held on december twenty seventh at the earliest. now to some of the other stories making news around the world a u.n.
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advance team has begun arriving in yemen where it's due to monitor a cease fire in the port of call data a truce began on tuesday but there have been repeated skirmishes on the city outskirts the cease fire was agreed to at talks earlier this month in sweden. another day of yellow vest anti-government protests took place in paris on saturday french police arrested more than one hundred people all when clashes of reports indicate that turnout is lower than in previous weeks the government has given into some of the yellow vests demands the cuban lawmakers have approved an update to the country's constitution while the new draft affirms the leading role of the communist party it also includes provisions to open up the economy other provisions could also pave the way for same sex marriage a national referendum on its approval is set for federal. sports now and defending bundesliga champions byron munich are doing their best to keep pace with
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league leaders dortmund on saturday you dick faced frankfurt a team they hadn't lost to in some fourteen consecutive matches now you can make it fifteen. ahead of the game it was clear that nico covert still has a soft spot for frankfurt and after kickoff it was just as clear he wasn't happy with his current side starts of the match. service manual no i had to keep out danny de castella was. and then nicholas kept the eagles at bay. wagner. byard finally hit top gear on the quarter our mark to kevin truck pulled our some sublime save sixty to score level was there was nothing he could do in the thirty fifth minute though as paul could barely grab the opener for the visit his was the game was going by and way too much moola coming ever so
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close shortly before the break was. was their visitors got there second in the seventy ninth minute their remarkable fall qubaty with his second of the match and third goal this week was buying got another one just before the final whistle griffey jr with an absolutely delightful goal to make it three was the record champions are hot on dortmund heels and nico kovacs heads into the mid-season break with plenty festive cheer. my wife saying i hadn't lost a single game at home this campaign before fremens visit on saturday and that i continued as they recorded a hard fought three two victory after promising start of the season bremen have now slipped down to tenth. leipsic we're looking to gift that fans a ho when the head of the winter break got braman started with purpose militant
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russian denied by leipsic right back lucas close a man was then showed his attacking qualities with a thunderous strike at the other end to open the scoring in the twenty second minute was just before half time max kruse a gifted his rival strike a team of ana and the early christmas present was to nail at the break from a man who was schooled all his goals in pairs this season little did light signal that braman were about to spoil their appetite first match cruise a made amends for his previous blunder sneaking a strike through a maze of legs was leipsic when now on the back foot substitute joshua sargent tied the store with his second goal and his third bonus leaguer appearance was
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but like to have the last laugh groomer came on to score his first goal of the season and for this topless celebration on the first yellow card of the campaign as well was a platinum set my childhood mocked in the second half you could tell we were very tired this season has been long and hard so far we've had a lot of games but we still managed to get it sorted if i may please with the win the fourth one often impressive start to the season braman are stuck in mid table mediocrity while like to head into the break sitting pretty in folds place. in spain the world's biggest lottery has dished out prize money totaling almost two point four billion euros. was christmas lottery known as el gordo or the that one is a tradition that dates back more than two hundred years. it's hoppe take it holder took home around four hundred thousand euros but there's many other smaller prizes
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bring to me. not everyone who writes books has to go insane. to tell you literature list one hundred german must reads. time for an upgrade to. our furniture that grows all by. our house with no roof. or design highlights you can rate yourself. trends tips and tricks that will turn your home page something special. upgrade yourself with t.w. interior design channel on you tube. do you believe in god. no. but when you look at all the suffering in the world you
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think if there were a god surely he would do something about it. the rules say you may call home on christmas and one other time during the year. isn't that really tough on you. we thank you for bringing know what to us. is it's nearly seven in the morning not exactly my favorite time of day i'm meeting two young women whose day always starts at six thirty am and ends at ten thirty pm they've come to germany from the us they're missionaries for the church of jesus christ of latter day saints better known as the mormon church. they're spending eighteen months here trying to convert people. and they follow what i think are some pretty strict rules. they're not allowed visitors and definitely not male visitors so there will be chaperones at our meeting as if one should i take my shoes off we also needed to get official approval from the church to make
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a report on the left is sister baker on the right sister case the two in the middle are the chaperones. this is all a camera man. ok i'll just leave this here to breakfast sure. of the could idea everyone seems a bit nervous. but. i am too to be honest oh and by the way the missionaries only had six weeks of german language classes before they came here sister baker and sister case are nineteen and twenty they've been in germany a few months now while they're here they're only allowed to use their missionary names we always pray before we so that's ok with you we'll pray now. yeah sure what do i need to do. this we close our eyes.
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we thank you lord for what we are about to receive and we ask you to bless our food we thank you for being know what to us we thank you for our new day in the name of jesus christ amen. if you pray before every meal. i can't remember when i last tried to talk to god i'm an atheist i've never been religious so this awful is a bit strange. sister qassem sister baker spend several hours a day preparing for their mission which mainly consists of proselytizing they didn't choose to come to germany that was decided by the church headquarters in utah this guy next to me is joseph smith the founder of the church. it must be hard work. every day the mormon missionary spent about three hours studying the book of mormon. then they do language practice and then they read aloud the missionary
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rules every single day but they don't seem stressed out here at least not in front of the camera. with me. thank you for everything you have given us father we thank you for the opportunities you have given us a plan and so much. it seems like they're praying all the time and to my surprise i let them write me into a second try later on. if you so much help us become more like jesus christ every day in the name of jesus christ. there are roughly sixteen million mormons worldwide though most of them are in the us about forty thousand are in germany mormons believe that after the resurrection jesus taught on the american continent.
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this is the book of mormon work. for mormons the book of mormon is as important as the bible the church was founded about two hundred years ago in new york. out to the rules say you may call home and christmas and one other time during the year. here for further goes with friends or family you need permission from the mission president. does miss you as president and only calling your family twice a year. isn't that really tough on you being allowed so little contact with your family in a compartment of a from you. it's really hard at the beginning but it gets easier but. we're very focused on what we're doing. so we really don't have much time to think about our families. that. give us and us we know that we'll always have
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our families and to me that means so so much. now that we're here on a mission we have a chance to share that message to other people. so that they also know that family is there for all eternity that family is important. and that makes us less sad about not being with our own families because we're helping others. have a mention. and so when we need it now her name is. ok. she's a member of our church. pastoral care is an important aspect of missionary work we're meeting a single mother the two young missionaries often pay home visits in general they definitely keep themselves busy mormon missionaries a ten missionaries training centers before their time abroad the two young women are good listeners and they always seem to know what to say you know. i did
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something really awful i realized my mistake. and that was really hard for you know i cried like a waterfall all the time but it's interesting that since i've been able to talk about it i don't cry anymore i mean. that's when it's here and then here but when you have sinned and confessed and repented truly repented then god says ok i believe you and you can move on from god go. last year on your thought maybe even tiffany's mom. because we are about ties thanks to our savior is atonement we can be forgiven. not just for our sense. it can help when we're sad or lonely to know about the end of that life yes. jesus comfort that's right.
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do you like to sing. so. i won't sing along but i'll follow the words. i'm amazed at how open they are in front of me it's not what i expected. so. i've been listening to them a while now and in all honesty they seem very happy doing what they do but i still don't fully understand why anyone so young is willing to give themselves up so completely to religion. we just can't drink alcohol can't smoke take illegal drugs have sex before marriage don't you sometimes feel like you're missing out justify possibly. is why not well the rules it's our decision to follow them.
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we don't have to follow them we made the decision to. get made as we had for me they help me know how i can feel closer to god being in all of these things you can't do i can do them how do you feel about that of think it on the. child of god i would think that i mean do you see me as a center how does that work. for you one everyone since. you don't judge me. even though you're not the first person we've met to stuff. i think so v.v. how important is your faith to you. i mean. it's everything. in a way i wish i believed in god or at least was religious because i can see that people who are religious and i can see it in you have a strength it gives you direction so i actually envy you that but when i say to you
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i don't believe in god what would you say to me how would you start a conversation with me it's a combination of both so we. would start by asking if you believe in god and. if you said no would probably ask something else. well let's try that. and moment ok just a minute ok. so how so do you believe in god no i'm ok why not how did you come to this decision i don't know. the mullahs guns the lights or just look at all the suffering in the world. everything that's happening everything that could happen all this crap is going on and will continue when i'm dead i mean when you look at all that suffering in the world you think if there is a god and if he's almighty he would do something about it. but we know that god is our father and the teach truly loves us he loves everyone on earth he's our
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father yes but like our parents he can't do everything for us and i miss alice was. one you can't always help so when there's a war or hurrican we can just say hey god why are you doing this as a fellow haven't. we can only say ok things are difficult but i believe in god so what can i learn how can i be better how can i grow how do i deal with his difficulties as someone who believes in god. or the ok well let me put it this way i'm glad for you that you have your faith i really have that faith helps you in your life. and i think if you use it properly and don't judge others who have a different way of life but use your faith to help people then it's a good thing this is the sweetest. then when you consider prayer like which
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ukraine to speak with god and ask whether you have a child. and can this work for you want me to pray to ask this question. ok. let's do it let's go yeah. once a week the missionaries have what's called a preparation day and they can also go shopping so while they're looking at shoes i go about keeping my promise. and i didn't get an answer from god. so i didn't get to ask whether i'm a child of god. i think if you really want to believe in god. which i don't.
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but if you really really want to believe and you think someone is actually there listening then for you they are. at least i tried. the christmas on. magical light delicate lights called germs made a free. lunch roughing the loveliest place to back a present. festive spirit a visit to the konstanz christmas market. in iran.
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everyone a welcome to our highlights show i'm your host meghan lee we have put together a very christmassy program for you today here's a look at what's coming up. happy holidays downtown potsdam is decked out for the best of. bright couple two french artists and their light creations. finishing touches how to wrap your christmas gifts like a pro. and we start off on a musical note silent night is one of the most popular christmas songs but did you know that it's about two hundred years old it was first performed in a church in a small village in austria while a young priest wrote the lyrics and then they were set to music by a local teacher we learn now how it became the most famous christmas song of all
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time. the. you. see. you know. it's. only. even if some have to brush up on the lyrics almost everyone knows the world's most famous christmas song it originated here in the austrian village of over and off in the run up to christmas the small town years outspend offers visitors silent night tours to eliminate the songs history just before i know many start here with this picture over here you can see the side that my chapel. organist and teacher friends of
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a group and the young parish priest yosef more composed the music and wrote the lyrics and together performed the song an open door from christmas eve in eighteen eighteen traveling salesman took the song to markets across europe while christian missionary spread even further around the globe. the missionaries realized that hobbit a christian message and was easy for families to learn and that's probably why it became so popular and they didn't if weak and put off since the nineteenth century the song has been translated into more than three hundred languages. you. know whether carol has been recorded as often as the ever green from austria with versions by a series of superstars. was
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. the locals an open door stage a historical play in various locations that dramatize is the origin of silent night after the end of the napoleonic wars. that was how do i have yes this one through and of and the gun for it was a terrible time the poverty created by the wards and the molding troops that pos through the village to secure planes of today the song still evokes the hope for peace visitors to the silent night chapel can listen to the original version with
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its six verses and accompanying guitar chords. oh oh. oh in two thousand and eleven unesco added silent night to its intangible cultural heritage list sept primal hopes the songs popularity will last for generations to come. we have to try to maintain the tradition within the families so that children grow up as things it is not easy in the digital age for because of the internet it gets. don't sing songs like that and you'll get it and so will sing and i brought the human in most old. some sixty thousand visitors flock to the small village every year most of them in the free christmas season tourists and locals alike enjoy the festive atmosphere around the silent night chapel this is so it's a quintessential christmas song that is always loved me because everyone associates
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it with the special memories that brings people together particularly around christmas it was overwhelming so we had to phonied and then. we and they pay a mess. is what i feel for it's known around the world and that's why open doors has become a place of pilgrimage around christmas with its message of peace silent night continues to bring people together in oberndorf and around the world. on now to some christmas present ideas to french artist based near bordeaux specialize and lamps with paper maché figures now they both put their own creative input into them they're based near the french city of bordeaux but their customers are located all over the wall i recently met up with them in their studio where all the magic happens. these figures are light as
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a feather that's because they're sculpted out of paper into feminine forms which resemble dancers. they're called man was and are the work of french artists sophie muito and frederick di bruni frederick structures the paper and sophie as her touch to it by creating the various figures. the court the electric parts inside the plated section of the lamp and turning my. focus i think and sophie works on the personification of each character and he gets you you can i fit. to live we both work on the concept of each slam. of our own range of skill and expertise because if you do please get. sophie uses a paper maché technique to sculpt the figures this includes the use of different
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types of paper and glue to hold it all together. she prefers paper to other sculpting materials because of its flexibility. the made in france label doesn't come cheap but their clients are willing to spend seven hundred euros and upwards for a hand sculpted lamp. effect yeah plumb saw that there are many different kinds of papers almost that i started out using old newspapers that i gathered up. you can always recycled paper so it's a good paper to start with and it's also very late to do they think it's the loss of freedom to work at home there's also a paper that's very valuable or there's a transparency to it or the more there are papers that have a quality that makes a nice to work with and to touch and to mold. further inkling about pleaded paper in their sculptures are a mix between art and technology and have made it to some of paris's best known
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addresses or book or day one that cover your we've worked on some beautiful projects for all we made and that was else according to the ballets in operas we have are doing i created ballerinas and dancers for the different form and says little place they are the better you know so we also liked working for one hundred seventy people which is linked to the museum of decorative arts. as it is others there we were commissioned twice to decorate their windows both projects that were really close to our hearts because we were a part of a specific place and we had to create works that connected with that place. for you . the two artists are expanding their repertoire to include neon like they outsource the creation of the to your glass blower their signature figure is of course including. the liner elements
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come in different forms. some are shorter and wider in this. form we have others that are much larger. than the biggest we have measures one hundred fifty centimeters. with christmas just around the corner so she and federico are busy making and shipping off lamps and other paper figures to clients all over the globe. with our american clients are buying lots of pieces like this one to put on top of their christmas trees. no clue our australian clients like our little rabbit figures like this one. in all colors. and our french clients of whom there are also many really like these little characters either in white who are painted. don't want to
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get home blow it with you but our top seller other modern one says. oh no you sold about a thousand of them so far. whatever the time of year these decorative lamps shut a cosy light on any space. here in berlin the city is really in the christmas spirit with its traditional markets lighted boulevards and spiced wine but tourists are also flocking to the famous museum island to see what's on offer now one of the architects responsible for helping to shape museum island david chipperfield re seeing now how he has made his mark there . is a crowded museum. which houses the collection of classical antiquity. the. nineteenth century on.
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the north. which cuts the bus to. among its connection. to paddle more newseum currently undergoing renovation with its famous palko. the border museum which boasts an impressive collection of sculpture. every year more than two million people visit this unesco world heritage site. i really like so many museums being in such close proximity to each other here. transferees from. its. new museum was heavily damaged in world war two and stood in ruins for many decades
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. three british architect david chipperfield began major restoration work on it. everyone appreciated his plan to combine historical and modern elements but no his work is celebrated as an impressive architectural. david shipler feeling started on this project in one thousand nine hundred nine his philosophy was to respect the ruin and not to cover up the marks left by history and he wanted to restore and carefully preserve this historical building for a while sensitively complementing it with modern elements. chipperfield architecture firm develops amongst the plan to have a whole museum island and also drew up plans for berlin is brand new james e. morton gallery it's set to open its doors in the summer of twenty nineteen and will serve as the entrance building and visitor center for museum mile and the friends
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hall use right now the five museums are like five friends sitting at one table. but with their backs to each other. james in the gallery will link spaces and museums with each other. the field also works on buildings near the items such as the cannery house on the cook for now on to museum island forum on the back of the river. to british architect has certainly left his mark on dylan's historical city center. for many people roast goose is the traditional christmas meal here in germany and one place where you can enjoy it if it is at the hester berg estate in brandenburg just outside berlin now this is where six hundred geese roam free we visit the estates restaurant chef to find out how to make the perfect christmas roast goose dinner a fair. piece free range piece one raised that tested back in the states in the
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east and german state of brandon and nine months old and weigh about five pounds each. state. says that the birds feed on grain that's grown right on the part of his policy offs. humane treatment. they need from them too does what they enjoy being able to run around in the open they can pack away the grass for us and it's about as healthy an environment as you could imagine. and it's a natural way to raise a cross who's going to decide they can live just as they have for ages and that's what this also contributes to the production of hormones and harms the birds a sense of wellbeing groups all morning long we've been here. just because i'm to get this i was my. best pakistan it was built in two thousand and one the main building contains living quarters and office space. on the right hand side of the
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complex there's a farm produce shop and arrest front when visitors can enjoy a homegrown meal. brandenburg resident benyamin schultz trained terraces chef. right now he's preparing stuffing for a dish of roast goose. doesn't cause i should feel so this is a standard regional recipe i'm using apples oranges onions most war time place and then i rub salt and pepper into the meat and the both inside and outside also in the stone and if you. just showed slices an onion. and an apple. then orange. thing credence in this recipe include a lot of fitzsimmons and still. the secret to
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creating the perfect roast goose is in the cooking time the meat should be tender while the skin should be crispy. it's healthy it's a temple to accept the temperature for the goose is eighty degrees celsius for eight hours of july. others would say go through this slow cooking the acids from the fruit will permeate the meat slowly and evenly. in the fish ensued. after the long cooking time you can tell whether the goose is well cooked by trying the joints. now place the goose breast signed up on a cutting board and. the choices pieces go on to the dinner flanks what's left will be used to season the gravy together with roasted vegetables or does them both know what's left is just skin and bones but you can cook that along with it
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and hope this gives it a wonderful flavor long as there is nothing better than the. test of back they say if they roast goose with kale and red cabbage the chef uses lots of ingredients to spice up these winter vegetables. make it special sauce to the red cabbage and. there's also cloves cinnamon a leaf all spice and a bit of goose fat in it. now it's time to sift the food alongside the kenyan red cabbage. dumplings made from rule and potatoes. then the roast goose and then you have it the classic german christmas dinner. yummy ok now we take
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a trip to the city of potts to just southwest of berlin you may know potsdam for the songs to see castle the former residence of frederick the great but the city is a magical place at christmas time it's babies than special light and hosts the traditional christmas market well we went there to see what kind of goodies are on offer. at the brandenburg gate not the famous one in berlin but the smaller one. of the state of. the small town is relatively tranquil even. for the holiday season a series of prussian rulers shaped from the eighteenth century until one thousand nine hundred eighteen one of the most important european state the city palaces facade has been rebuilt so has the palace. vests a great deal and preserving its heritage. you can recognize the influence of the various kings on today's parts. it was
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a seat of royal power till one nine hundred eighteen so the city had to be made beautiful. essential to visual character the city is inherited from its history makes it very welcoming and to try . to us of many people want to restore and preserve that. more french than dutch is the country survey from d.c. to us the holiday season is peak season for pastry chefs they make sweet cakes typical of the region and pretty leans a favorite is a bust of the famous prussian queen louisa. the figure winds and the tradition of course the figures are closely tied into the history of pots and since louisa was a very positive figure customers like to give her likeness as a present to call for saying to the. potsdam is also a very modern city even if the old prussia lives on at every turn that includes the christmas market here visitors can enjoy tensile and holiday lights in one
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particular color. all courses flower of little pression blue is generally associated first with the uniforms of the old prussian army as me then. under the soldier king the colors of all the different uniforms were standardized with russian blue only if i faced they wish to place a spell on what sounds so potsdam as christmas market is the only one in germany that uses all blue and. originally the blue holiday lights were conceived as a marketing strategy for the city down they've become a tradition many stallholders have picked up on the blue motif. even the ice skating rink on the reason plots is bathed in blue. and what do the visitors here think. there but i think the bluish glow is very beautiful aesthetically it has something very gentle about it may give it i like it
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a lot there are lots of stars it blue is just my favorite color it's most guns on the something different. so i wouldn't do this at home but here it doesn't look bad at all it's like those. i like the classical look should be abolished the blue lights are beautiful they give everything a very special atmosphere alongside the white lies you always see on the houses. the christmas market is an indispensable part of today's pashto and its blue lights combined the modern and the traditional. and finally something for all you do it yourself is out there and if you're in need of some exclusive wrapping paper for all the christmas presents that you've bought then our resident d.i.y. expert honey has the perfect solution.
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action gives are just as much a part of christmas as beyond events on the tree and beautiful gifts should be nicely wrapped in that it's easy if you know a few folding techniques. all you need is wrapping paper and various colors. some ribbon. ed piece of foam and double sided tape. and to paris's it. stopped by centering your presence in the upper half of your wrapping paper. take the ball so much of the paper and folded outwards it should be able to cover at least one quarter of the present. price in either side. now both the upper top over the left side of the president. do the same with the right upper tab make the creases shot. time to the lower left tap folded upwards and then do the same for the right you know it's time. at the
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top of the paper to create a line down the middle. fix it with double sided tape. you can close the. anyway you're used to it. now around your president and how about getting a little tweak for decoration. use a thin strip of the backside of the paper from bottom to top do this about family first six times. and for the first preschool. pinch the other lines and thank them forwards please about how the centimeter between the two creases. turn it over again and secure the prints with tend. to present the normally moved.
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to different types of wrapping paper and use a thin strip of cardboard to fold them from bottom to top about five or six times turnover likely crease the upper layer of paper in the middle. triangle. along with the second piece of wrapping paper. now a bit and. turn it over again insecurity and. now you can finish wrapping your present the usual way. and those are my favorite ways to wrap a christmas present. to give described the small decorations that i tie to the bowl for example i use small christmas tree bubbles i think it gets to give.
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i am definitely going to give them. one a try and with that we wrap up another week of your own mad thousand always from all of us here at the program here's the wishing you a wonderful holiday season we'll see you again playing. the field.
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but not everyone benefits from the booming business. environmental destruction starvation. zoning out of the country dead donkey. storks december twenty ninth song d w. this is d w news live from berlin a deadly tsunami strikes the coast of indonesia it arrives in the dark of night
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without warning and now in the line of dave the devastation is becoming clear the death toll has climbed above two hundred and is expected to rise as searchers comb through the rubble hundreds more are injured. also coming up the u.s. government's partial shutdown is set to stretch on through christmas president trump says he'll be staying in washington to go she to deal with democrats who refused to fund his promise horrible. and police clash again with yellow bass protesters in the streets of paris the protesters want present a problem to step down find his concessions calling earlier waves of violence. i'm karl masterman thanks for joining us indonesian rescue workers are searching for survivors in the aftermath of a devastating tsunami which struck a busy tourist region on saturday night the official death toll has now risen to
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two hundred twenty two with more than seven hundred reported injured dozens more are unaccounted for the tsunami swept the coastline along the sundra the sunda straits between sumatra and java it was apparently triggered by the eruption of an island volcano which sent a wall of water crashing onshore. this is the moment the tsunami hit without warning. it caused people to flee in panic. the local rock band seventeen were performing on the beach when the wave struck. in a tearful instagram message the band's front man confirmed that several members of the group had been killed and that others at the concert were missing including his own wife it seems many have not found anything to hold on to.
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in the light of day the scale of the damage has started to emerge. hundreds of houses and other buildings have been destroyed. by witnesses have said they were taken aback by the force and speed of the way. that water came so fast that. so many people were running washed away. some were struck down. the president offered his condolences to those who have lost loved ones people to be patient with the search and rescue effort gets underway. this man was freed from the rubble by emergency work it's unclear how many people are still trapped across the island he
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saw the tsunami could have been sparked by underwater landslides caused by an erupting volcano. experts say this could explain why the water appeared to just come out of nowhere. joining me now from the way thea indonesia is geology expert rudy so hend are from the indonesian ministry of energy and mineral resources really this tsunami as we heard is being linked to volcanic activity what do you know about the causes. thank you. that's why. we call them on. the. three.
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two possibility of this tsunami. are forgotten in captivity. and we're not in the full coming activity can we have this tsunami if. destroyed you. find all the money buying all these dry all of this through the month are you going through. all of. seawater. the as. what we call the tsunami have fun. in the. sun that's right last night. we have been investigated. tsunami we. end of season. on. c.n.n. . in this point until the time when fly.
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still not getting a way to actually what the we can handle not clear exactly what those causes were we do know that there was no warning before the tsunami hit why was that why was there no warning. yes. to tsunami warning yes they did tsunami warning getting fired. and your p.c. . mostly. only want me. when they receive a. tsunami. caused by. it's not yet. what you can see in the sky here. we were doing in this area.
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but this phone. hello hello. bye bye. thank you very much for joining. us. john g. excerpt from the indonesian ministry of energy and mineral resources we thank you very much for joining us. u.s. president trump will has said he will remain in washington over christmas to negotiate a deal to end the u.s. government's partial shutdown trump is locked in a standoff with democratic lawmakers who are refusing to meet his demand for a border wall with mexico the impasse as blocked a senate spending bill to extend government operations some eight hundred thousand government workers won't get paid until lawmakers strike a deal. it may be the festive season but there's not much political goodwill in washington the shutdown has hardened the front lines between president trump and
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the democratic party the republican leadership is letting the two sides fight it out. push the pause button. until the president. we will need a second tour. and try to democrat from home we will need to go. reach an agreement it's all about the wall security has been tightened on the mexican border but that's not enough for trump he says he'll approve a new budget spending bill only if he gets the five billion dollars he wants to build a border wall he says it's the only way to stop illegal migration the only thing that's going to stop that is great border security with a wall or a slot fence or whatever you want to call it but we need a great barrier and if we don't have it it's never going to work last week the white house hinted that
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a deal to bridge the funding gap was doable but then the president of broccoli changed his mind. conservative commentators had begun complaining pundit ann coulter called trump gutless she said if he backed down on his promise of building a wall his presidency would become a joke now much of the government has gone into shutdown democratic leaders stress that they also want to invest in border security but by no means in building a border wall it will never pass the senate not today not next week not next year so mr president president trump if you want to open the government. if you must abandon the wall further talks are expected over christmas but the next vote on a spending bill can be held on december twenty seventh at the earliest. now this on the other stories making news around the world
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a new one advance team is in yemen where it's due to monitor a cease fire in the fourth of the data a truce began on tuesday but there have been repeated skirmishes on the city outskirts the cease fire was agreed to a talks earlier this month in sweden. cuban lawmakers have approved an update to the country's constitution while the new draft affirms the leading role of the communist party it also includes provisions to open up the economy other provisions could also pave the way for same sex marriage a national referendum on its approval is set for. turning to france now in the sixth weekend of yellow vest anti-government protests across the country reports indicate a sharp drop in turnout compared to previous saturdays that follows concessions on tax hikes and wage increases made by president emmanuel mccall in paris the scene of fierce clashes police closely monitored the demonstrators taking to the streets police say about to size in jenin fests gathered in the french capital on saturday
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as many as last week across fronts numbers of foreign drastically since the peak of the protests in november. but those who remain. very strong. macro resigned they chant the french president has made a number of concessions including scrapping fuel tax hikes boosting the minimum wage and easing tax increases for pension is but for the end of best still on the streets he's not done enough thank you for that also it's not about money it's about justice it's about stopping giving only to the rich and not to the pool. it's getting harder and we can't manage any more on our miserable. salaries. i get it into violence as dusk fell. as protesters held large objects at police one officer said to his guard i was. i the
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demonstrators some of their faces covered continue to the seat undeterred i. police detained over one hundred forty people across the city france's interior minister appealed for an end to the unrest but now is the time for dialogue and consultation now is the time for debate respect and respect for the law that. saturday's violence was on a smaller scale than previously seen but even peaceful protesters could remain a major headache for my fans government was well it wouldn't be christmas time in spain without the lottery known as ella gordo or the fact one it lives up to its name the world's biggest lottery this year handed out prize money totaling almost two point four billion euros the top secret holder took home a four hundred thousand it's a tradition dating back more than two hundred years was
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a shared sure i was just to get inside hoping to win more than just a seat in the theatre. the rest of spain had to watch on television as el gordo got underway. some thought costumes might fashion their chances are i think i'm the lucky thing i'm going to win all the prizes in el gordo obviously was. lucky frog might disagree but what to do with the share of that two point four billion euro price parts. here berman know how to get i will spend it on holidays and i don't know what else. also to pay off the mortgage. it's up to the school children to sing out the prizes one announces the winning ticket number the other declares the sum. but if they didn't want to know why.
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and this was the first stage fright proved too much for this one i was and this one was the sort good news was so hard to bear was. no tears here though even just selling a lucky ticket can be cause for celebration. was. a very thanks me great happiness because we know we have given joy to someone it's a surge of positivity for us because we spend all year trying to deliver happiness and with this prize we've done it for once. there's no single winner gordo pays out thousands of prizes giving plenty of spaniards something to sing about to go to seattle right up here oh. oh oh i wish i get sports now and real madrid have cruised to their third consecutive
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fifo club world cup title beating the u.a.e. is in four to one in the final in abu dhabi goals from luca mode which marcos llorente and captain sergio ramos sealed the when the spends giants have now won a record for club for club world cups that's one more than arch rival barcelona. and a reminder of the top stories that we're following for you right now rescue teams are searching for survivors after a tsunami struck the coast of indonesia on saturday night killing at least two hundred twenty two people at least seven hundred are reported injured and dozens more remain unaccounted for. you're watching t.v. news from berlin more coming at the top of the hour and don't forget all the latest news and information at our website d.w. dot com let's watch. is going to. do today. you know
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the banks. and so watch the language you're. speaking the truth global news that matters g.w. made for mines. of twenty nineteen come to. restoring whistle is about to celebrate the premier event of asian football. kickoff has had a look see and identified the favorites the moment shots coaches players friends up close personal. twenty nineteen because the big kickoff series starts december twenty seventh w. . byron munich coach nico kovacs was all smiles upon his return to his former club
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frank first but could i talk to wipe the smile off his face frankfurt to see have their eagle eyes set on a champions league spot they hosted by bundesliga come pain seems fine to be getting off the ground. and in the other top game of the day like six fans were hoping for some christmas cheer as their misfiring side took on a brain in team that's being very generous to their opponents like. welcome to the bundesliga. much day seventeen kicked off on friday with the league leaders dortmund getting back to their winning ways with a two one defeat of bloodbath we'll have more of that later but those three points for dortmund keep the pressure up on bahrain as they travel to frankfurt for saturday's late game there bundesliga record against the defending champions is dreadful in fact they haven't beaten munich in fourteen attempts but they know
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they're capable of it after stunning them in last season's german cup final campaign has been impressive under coach id hooda but did they have what it takes to stop byron's run of good form under former frankfurt coach. ahead of the game it was clear that nico covert still has a soft spot for frankfurt and after kickoff it was just as clear he wasn't happy with his current side starts the match. to us manuel neuer had to keep out danny de costa was. and then nicklaus kept the eagles at bay. vom. by and finally hit top gear on the quarter our mark to kevin truck pulled off some sublime save sixty hp the score level was there was nothing he could do in the thirty fifth minute though as paul could have he grabbed the opener for the visit his was the game was going by and way too much moola coming
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ever so close shortly before the break was. was the visitors got their second in the seventy ninth minute was their remarkable fall qubaty with his second of the match and third goal this week was buying got another one just before the final whistle griffin here with an absolutely delightful goal to make it three ob the record champions are hot on dorman's heels and niko kovac heads into the mid-season break with plenty fish to cheer the to. leipzig slip up during the week against biron and munich may have put a dent in their confidence but their form at home has been solid this season they are yet to lose at the red bull arena and have only conceded four goals could they
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get back to winning ways against mid table brennan and c.i. twenty eighteen in the top four. leipsic we're looking to gift that founds a ho when the head of the winter break. braman started with purpose militant russia denied by lights at right back lucas close a man. who then showed his attacking qualities with a thunderous strike at the other end to open the scoring in the twenty second minute odd just before half time max kruse a gifted his rival strike a team of ana and the early christmas present was to nail at the break from a man who was schooled all his goals in pairs this season little did light signal that braman were about to spoil their appetite first max kruse a made amends for his previous blunder sneaking a strike through a maze of legs. ah leipsic were now on the
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back foot substitute joshua sargent tied the store with his second goal in his third bonus leaguer appearance odd but like to have the last laugh bruma came on to score his first goal of the season and for this topless celebration a first yellow card of the campaign as well ah the platinums that my trying to mock in the second half you could tell we were very tired this is and has been long and hard so far we've had a lot of games but we still managed to get it sorted if i may please with the win the fourth one afternoon press of start to the season braman are stuck in mid table mediocrity while like sick head into the break sitting pretty in folds place. so has this for a soccer scrooge i know for a coach and say i told his players they would have to train journey in the holidays
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if they used to just as are now for a full ninety minutes the gang remained dullness but fortune savored fortuna. in the ninety first minute oliver i think scored the winner with a big helping hand from keeper s. are an early christmas gift for the visitors who will spend the winter break four points clear of the relegation zone meanwhile the hanover players will be facing a winter workout. and we're going to bring you two games now featuring two under pressure coaches in a moment we'll see if shelter can restore it to many go to tesco is reputation with a win against struggling in stuttgart but first embattled leverkusen boss heiko hellish was hoping to silence his critics by beating had a brilliant rumors have been swirling that he could face early dismissal after come pain that has left the club on the rhine far from the european spots. leverkusen
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fans were well and truly in the christmas spirit ahead of this clash and they received an early gift through kevin fall and made it strike by christmas is a time for laughter to that came courtesy of half the keeper rooney yosh dion his blunder allowing cut helots to double his side's lead. the youngster did get a little lucky with the finish but. not everyone saw the funny side of course chin up have to hit back just three minutes later jordan children are eager turning home from close range was this the start of an epic comeback no it wasn't live accuse and kill the drama just after the break habits again this time a sumptuous no i don't know before this season for the been to q. three one ended high fives all round from a satisfied heiko hellish. dominica to disco hope his shock aside could end the miserable first off of the season on a high by face the snappy dressing stuttgart who are marking one hundred twenty
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five years of history and retro style there are no prizes for fashion though. shellcode took the lead early on for steve inskeep ski. and doubled their lead in the seventieth minute cell of sonny playing this one. he received considerable backup from mario gomez that. should got him back just two minutes later through nicolas gonzalez by game on. game over shell to put things to bed just moments later when scripts he teamed up after it could shoot you. at first but in this league goal for the young turk. despite the wind it's been a stormy season so far off to discuss douglas this is. the first half of the season was crap to put it simply we don't need to beat around the bush it wasn't good asshole so i'm just really happy it's over as it's
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a full base more misery meanwhile for mario and co. now it's time for the bull in this league is play of the day as voted by our followers on twitter and we may have just seen it and it will make painful reviewing for berlin fans out there but here is chi how that sneak goal following that defensive blunder by had to forty four percent of our followers on twitter wanted to see this one again a phone built by berlin keeper one a. gift it's a rolling half it's a free shot which to be fair he seemed very surprised by it and near nist as you may remember though have it steve go on to score a cracker for leverkusen later. now here are the results so far for much day seventeen and there are the wins for byron and of course leipzig hanover slipped up against us and or for sport of course in the very last minute practically leverkusen beat have at berlin she took our sneaked up
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stepped up against shell and freiburg took all three points home from europe. burke the visitors took just nineteen minutes to score the only goal of the match manuel gilda just getting the slightest of touches on a free kick from. that's an effing games now burnt out and we are in times. now we have games of course on sunday between votes bird and hoffenheim will take on minds and there's confirmation of friday's game dortmund beat. two one and there's of course this is how it came about the black and yellows talk a first half lead with matthew goode picking out jaden show who found a note for him to score from the tightest of these six go of the season for the eighteen year old. but the visitors hit back on the stroke of half time with
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christophe cama firing his side level. defender fastest to the newspoll there. but an inch perfect good says pass set up marco royce for the winner early in the second half to make it two one and ensure lucy on five a side goes into the break on a high and. let's see how those results affect the standings of course dortmund and the first half of the campaign on top and six points ahead of byron munich moved and leipsic up there in those champions league spots frankford just outside the champ and six pots and look who has made a reappearance in the top half of the table leverkusen the edge of their after some recent semi good for most a night down the bottom and the winter break will be long and painful for nuremberg on over a. dozen doors of course beginning to edge up the table after of course three back to back wins shall to win because we also moved them up to three points for burke
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on sunday could change all that. well that's all we have time for today on this edition of the bone this week on t.w. dortmund's players here i've got the job done and can look forward to a well deserved winter break up to top we'll be back on sunday to discuss all the top talking points of the scenes and so far with former germany goalkeeper it's not enough i'm going to it's a don't miss start we leave you now with these images from saturday's games so for me and the rest of the team here in berlin by. digital advances who are transforming the world is humanity ready for it.
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the. rev yes it's out of the day i've been at that for. stop thinking if i'm going to. sit right next from bill when. we. don't have the sense look i'm i'm disappointed. when. he had to go through. and from point. a young player
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someone to confront what. i what i'm one. of. the largest of friends for women who go into business school their own company is that they are entering a male dominated world. so
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if you and says as a woman you are being faced with challenges of where you experience that what you say doesn't get heard as much or perceived as much as if. a man would say it sometimes so i think there is a lot of learning and experience in terms of how do you express yourself how do you present yourself how do you get your message across how do you convey your confidence. hi everyone i'm sophie i am the founder and c.e.o. of q. and a medical and i am here indonesia. to needs other amazing female entrepreneurs and explore the tech scene a little bit traffic is crazy i am already experiencing my first traffic jam here in the city yet i'm excited to see what else is going to week for me in the beds.
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at. little. inequality on set and it happens every day. and to state that germany is that much more advanced i think we would be very wrong. when you look at business c.e.o.'s you know the fraction this is really small so i think. many
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countries are facing the same challenges right now when it comes to equality no matter where. had them is a good. idea to put it out over the years you can put it in the year for yes like that use it like. make sure the ship is good. you can. just like this. so actually in islam we have to cover all the this part of the sport but this again how do i look he's really done yeah. they. say you wear this every day yes. but only outside or at home as well only outside
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with the job wear the headscarf in connection with islam you know i never really knew how to approach that how to deal with that because also the discussion that is being led especially in the western world about islam and about women and the oppression and that comes with the headscarf i think sometimes it paints a very difficult picture to to follow especially as an independent strong woman i like to see myself. i'm wearing he and when i'm sure i feel that i'm difficult to find appropriate he's up the good with the office at that time and there is no big brands in. india other hand there's a lot of big. international big granite they try to make this he just beat him why not in a nation people made their own brand and marketing to the biggest population was a little bit in the world this far off economic empowerment js.
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islamic armont us our muslim faith is not only about how we where or how we. make concious about how we media and the failure to change itself has to be how long. it. is on a need a response ability to make these companies rolling and sustainable i think weeks and women i'm not i'm not feeling that i am the boss over me and that we are team. and i cannot do anything without my team and i'm not positioning myself as
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a boss but and pushing myself as a team player with them. i think women tend to stay more true to themselves and women tend to be more authentic and want to believe in something in order to follow something and put effort and energy into it. more so than men do. they want to feel connected to the cause that they are they are doing. you know wherever passion is wherever your heart is wherever you know you feel more than just a job or just a business this is when you become excellent this is when you don't give up this is when you start fighting for something and we just need more of that in the world i think though passion and emotion that's
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a good thing. that's pretty much in the middle. i mean you have. learning from you i'm still learning to not perfect yet i really want to learn how to breathe better and yes. every time i do the archery station i feel so that it's getting more like focus and train me how to focus and it's very important for me as a servant or because we do a lot of things with thing like like a lot off a lot of things every day so we have to keep verify it.
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you mean. like. leaving on monday. by a leg of a man by. betting knowing when to look at. your dick on the laps of of the in. the day if. some by how do you need to be.
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a lot if. you. didn't want to be loved. and been any. better than any great. you have no idea. how to keep not to have. yeah but it can go.
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among could not have been done. so how can you find a splendid idea i know this in here when you. i was. at the. front. of them up and that's in your blood on my sympathy. for them it's a might do it with a good you. don't let me send you to a modest because i'm going to comply i'm. a newbie to satirise and i clicked and i was there to take. the. heat of communism my to my mom to be to myself that you could do. anything i can ask him
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in my heart is he to be mean being. just say yes stop i'm going to have seen really hit the market is doing a lot and. i don't bring you to satirise now. as i am. i. coding school called code kiddo and i have meetings amazing upcoming kodos and i want you to meet them as well so we have who yes. i do is fuck yeah and that's what. they were doing that and i think already it's all said. and we. call it is so far.
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people's lives off them coding is an amazing skill to have independent of age as you can see and we should encourage kids to start learning how to code or learned as ourselves. and. the kids are learning how to code when during the basic structure of code so not even typing something in but really building coding blocks on each other and they do this in a very gamey fight way. i
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learned that everyone can become answer for everyone everyone if if so it's like programming is that if we have the right mindset of course and second if we are persistent enough and why do you think that the young indonesian people don't have risk taking mindset. it's cycle. from a lot of those factors first is parents so parents still thing like if we work in the very big car for a and we have a stable job it is yeah very prestigious so our last will be very good enough but a lot of parents still have the mindset that all we cannot have failure but failure is exactly what lee. we need to learn to get better yeah just like this one like
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you have to configure it to robot so many times you know. and you need to fail so many of us until we find the right configuration and my parents specifically it doesn't really one need to get any failure just like on the first try but if we don't have the core interest to take risks or to have failed learned then we cannot achieve great things do you think that's because you're a woman your parents might be more critical of you being an entrepreneur than if you were a boy yeah sure sure soul is so in my position like i am the only child that's that's become harder also all soul i built my first thought until now since i was still in university. and bad then my parents think i'm crazy i'm crazy and stupid but. i want to prove them that this thing actually can be
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a successful spawn of. that can save more lives saul yeah there was like a lot of conflicts but. so my goal to actually solve the blood donation sure beats in the future we don't want to see any more patients are those families who are really really annie and feel suffering looking for blood donations i mean i wonder every time every second or every minute that. we have bundle blocked already a family of a. lot of blood brothers add that we
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started on two thousand and fifty and. so we find out that a lot of people want to donate blood but they don't know when and where if we found it a lot of people know when and where fifty percent of them are getting rejected by the red cross because they cannot pass the health check up so the numbers get smaller and smaller and that's why we never have enough blood beds every year so that's why we build a platform that actually make the information about blood donation more accessible florida blood donors. you need to be the first person and the biggest fan of yourself and of your idea and you need to be the one who should be able to defend the idea no matter what.
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and you should do that because that's the confidence level you need in order. to succeed because when you enter this world of entrepreneurship you have this idea nobody has done this before and you will face a lot of people who will tell you that this is not going to work out of. the. good you also have to look for investors at one point or it is that all bootstrapped in the second year we start raising fund and we start with a lot of investor yes and at that time too i already. have a baby. and yet in some point i feel that. maybe not really much but there is yes there is some incest or see me as a female phone there is and you already have
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a key and it will be very challenging to you is not really good commission is are also growing business did they ask you directly yes because at that time when i come to the meeting i really baby is own with amy. well because i'm just just this delivery my my my my babies and i really baby yeah i mean i think it's great that you brought your baby to the investor meeting fake him and i would love to see their faces i would just want to see how the react. be. that easy at all sometimes i still say i want to stop everything i just want to be with my baby there's a part of my life especially when i just give birth i just want to be with my baby . i have to go to the office just two days in a week the rest i have to work from home so that's the things that i have tried to
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pay who laid myself but i can still believe are the result because i'm still can work from home yes it's challenging sometimes i don't want to go anywhere but i have to face it and i have to very. understanding about what i'm doing and what is more the fish and. to me a feminist is a person who believes that in the end when men are created equally and i really
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gifted. i think every woman should be a feminist and every man should be a feminist and the perception in the world is by far i'm not there yet. so i think we need to elevate the perception of women to be equal to men and therefore we all should be feminist. like. i am proud of being a woman i like being a woman i'm not going to hide it but at the same time you need to understand what you have to say and how you have to say things in order to be heard.
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and those are little things like make up and be allowed to be heard basically right they take the place at the table or choose a central place don't go into the corner of the second row and. push back when you are being interrupted call the people out and sometimes you can interrupt yet a person there's nothing you know to run about this be very confidential don't accept arguments that don't make sense for you. and. not about not being yourself or being not authentic it's about playing by the rules . lead. of the old. one capacity. he said that he'd been.
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going to get the. thing that he had to and if it hadn't occurred. that he said if i didn't ask anything. feel.
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craziness. cults will see part documentary starts in january thirteenth on t.w. . hundreds off the leaves in like clumps. where i come from rajoy remains an important concept of musaf transmitting and for a mish and when i was young my concert was drawing many conflicts the more prominent people most people would cause a lot of entourage to see if. it was my natural to tour in one of the not just logical states so i thought everyone in the column cold missing toes up gains . nothing has been from insecure my norm codea enjoy
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a month or more of them it's a long for even it's not like us i was it's where the first meet was. my choice in this card because given the way they told try to split the troops. when it was my gosh mom much and i will. meet up you. look up. to the. this is d.w. news live from berlin a deadly tsunami strikes the coast of indonesia it arrived in the dark of night
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without warning and now in the light of day the devastation is becoming clear the death toll has climbed above two hundred and is expected to rise as searchers comb through the rubble hundreds more are injured. french police clash again with yellow vests protesters in the streets of paris one hundred people are arrested the protesters want president to step down despite his concessions following earlier waves of violence the. u.s. government's partial shutdown is such a stretch on through christmas president trump says he will be staying in washington there to negotiate a deal with the democrats who refused to fund his promised orderable. and in the bonus league of byron munich to keep up the pressure variance took on frankfurt and their quest to keep pace with league leaders are still dormant will have a. little.
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i'm calling osman thanks for joining us indonesian rescue workers are searching for survivors in the aftermath of a devastating tsunami which struck a busy tourist region on saturday night the official death toll has risen to two hundred twenty two with more than eight hundred reported injured dozens more are unaccounted for the tsunami swept the coastline along the sunda straits between sumatra and java was apparently triggered by the eruption of an island volcano which sent a wall of water crashing onshore. this is the moment the tsunami hit without warning. it caused people to flee in panic. the local rock band seventeen were performing on the beach when the wave struck.
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in a tearful instagram message the band's front man confirmed that several members of the group had been killed and that others at the concert were missing including his own wife it seems many have not found anything to hold on to. in the light of day the scale of the damage has started to emerge. hundreds of houses and other buildings have been destroyed. by witnesses have said they were taken aback by the force and speed of the way. that water came so fast. so many people were running washed away. some were struck down. the president offered his condolences to those who have lost loved ones and asked people to be patient as the search and
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rescue effort gets underway. this man was freed from the rubble by emergency workers it's unclear how many people are still trapped across the island he thought the tsunami could have been sparked by underwater landslides caused by an erupting volcano. experts say this could explain why the water appeared to just come out of nowhere. teams of aid workers are trying to get on top of the situation in the disaster zone here's a spokesperson for indonesia's red cross. ok let the situation is there i'm sure still a lot of people are staying in a shelter because they are afraid to come back to come back to their home but some of their already went back to their home but they are still living in the higher ground with their families and right now i would want to tears is still doing assessments and evacuation are all also give still medical assistance. on the needs
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right now on the ground is that people they need to do what they need there for needs they need the blankets because they are now let out some of the about staying outside their home and also a shelter let's take a look now at what we know about this tsunami which left a trail of destruction through the region we know that the wave was powerful but it wasn't all that big only about one meter high it followed an eruption of the knock krakatoa volcano which has been especially active since june but scientists are still investigating the cause of the tsunami they suspect it could have been triggered by a landslide on the volcanoes steep slope they also say an abnormally high tide may have played a factor as well unlike tsunamis triggered by earthquakes those caused by volcanic eruptions are rare and they give agencies next to no time to issue a warning that might explain why residents were caught by surprise.
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earlier we spoke to stanley with dion tow he's a freelance journalist in jakarta and he talked about the situation on the ground when the tsunami hit. and he said before there was a day and playing. what i do this gentleman is one of the events happening during the night but you know when he talked to me it was it happened in the middle of it at around nine pm. yeah so there was just no warning people going are about their daily lives even even concerts happening. yeah even concerts are happening but yeah people are just going to be. you know yet there is no build up to. how about this region itself can you describe it for us i mean we understand that this is a major tourist destination. yeah to do region is around jakarta
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. putative beaches mainly to tell you of the sumed beach in a char you have beach are just like three to four hour drive away from jakarta website and there are popular tourist destinations. there visited by a lot of people every year and especially especially now with the peak cap he didn't got it because prince this season is rolling around so yeah so they're a popular beach for spot. now today the day after we were seeing some of the scenes of the aftermath there can you describe to me just how badly was this region hit. her that you could have been made to feel her destroyed. right if you know me but to which extent their damage. they were not clear cut maybe for you or you couldn't ship their cattle there better to target it really hard to explain how
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to what extent to do it you go. home of the search and rescue operation now underway how quickly were these teams able to reach the site and what's the situation going forward. on what they should do if you fear that you'd be right there pretty quickly or the fact that it's not cricket if it is a region. i just heard from oxfam. there there go there already to graduating from people over to their work work it would mean if you were to do that. let's at least a bit of good news there in that region stanley with you and so in jakarta for us thank you very much. the video of that indonesian banda seventeen beings off stage is one of the most dramatic to emerge from the disaster zone it's put a human face on this unfolding tragedy in a country that has seen far more than its fair share recently and for more on that
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band and its fate we're joined in the studio by william know who coughed. yeah so that dratted video that is now we've now shown on our network has been circulating all around the world it's quite it's quite the graphic image we have it here to show of as we saw in the report earlier of the band performing on stage on a beach at a year end party for the local electric company stable extra company they were just celebrating having a good time and as we can see in the video here the wave comes crashing in and. and and then the video goes black. so we we don't quite know what happened with everybody we know from the instagram post of the lead vocalist he's one of the few known survivors of the band his band mates are either confirm.
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or. reporting from tendril. last bassist benny and road manager hammond okie and andy. andy hammons new john haven't been found it. and we also feel chris. hopefully my wife will be found quickly. well this was safe thank god even though they broke their heads. that my wife dylan and john and herman be found quickly. you'll soon see a prayer for benny and okie. thank you. you cannot be moved by a video like that especially when you keep in mind that that is just one example of something happening now all across the region in addition to that band local media
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has reported that to at least twenty nine of the employees of the electric company at that concert are dead and more than a dozen of their employees are missing so this is you know a long long time of search and rescue left to go what more do we know about the band itself about about seventeen yes so this band seventeen it's a boy band they've been around for quite a while as far as bat boy bands go us nine hundred ninety nine they're based in jakarta i tunes music store has has eight albums from them and they have a huge following on facebook and also on social media more than a million people are following them and like like they're like their posts like their their social media and listen to their music and their music videos on you tube or three can see here has has millions of views so this is quite a big band in indonesia we can have a couple seconds to listen to some of their music.
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this is a song called talk to walk through is from their two thousand and thirteen album has almost one point eight million views on you tube. and as we see many of those members in the video are now dead or presumed dead so it's quite a moment and is into one of the many tragedies in this tsunami of william thanks very much. to the us now where president donald trump has said he will remain in washington over christmas to negotiate a deal to end the u.s. government's partial shutdown trump is locked in a standoff with democratic lawmakers who are refusing to meet his demand for a border wall with mexico the impasse as a block to senate spending bill to extend government operations some eight hundred thousand workers won't get paid until lawmakers strike a deal. it may be the festive season but there's not much political goodwill in washington the shutdown has hardened the front lines between president trump and
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the democratic party the republican leadership is letting the two sides fight it out push the pause button. until the president. will need a signature or. and try to democrat from home we will need to go. reach an agreement it's all about the wall security has been tightened on the mexican border but that's not enough for trump he says he'll approve a new budget spending bill only if he gets the five billion dollars he wants to build a border wall he says it's the only way to stop illegal migration the only thing that's going to stop that is great border security with a wall or a slot bends or whatever you want to call it but we need a great barrier and if we don't have it it's never going to work last week the
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white house hinted that a deal to bridge the funding gap was doable but then the president of broccoli changed his mind. conservative commentators had begun complaining pundit ann coulter called trump gutless she said if he backed down on his promise of building a wall his presidency would become a joke now much of the government has gone into shutdown democratic leaders stress that they also want to invest in border security but by no means in building a border wall it will never pass the senate not today not next week not next year so mr president president trump if you want to open the government you must abandon the wall further talks are expected over christmas but the next vote on a spending bill can be held on december twenty seventh at the earliest. it's been
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a turbulent week even by the trump administration standards besides the government shutdown we saw trump's abrupt decision to pull u.s. troops out of syria prompting the resignation of defense secretary jim mattis and then the state on voight brett mcgurk as well earlier we spoke to our washington correspondent michelle caniggia and we asked him how concerned is washington right now the u.s. policy expert told me yesterday that it's time to get afraid to be afraid now and that kind of sums up the mood here in washington i think pretty good a lot of people are really starting to worry about the erratic actions taken by president trump in regards to syria and perhaps also in regards to pull out of afghanistan and these people are saying that whatever you you may think about madison other experienced officials leaving now the at least had a restraining effect on president trump and with them leaving or already gone there
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are really starting to worry people are really starting to worry here in washington what lies ahead. now just on the other stories making news around the world british police have released two people without charge who have been arrested during the investigation into criminal drone use at london's gatwick airport the airport was closed for almost thirty six hours after the drones were first signed it over the one way on wednesday tens of thousands of passengers were affected. a u.n. advance team has begun arriving in yemen where it's due to monitor a cease fire in the port to hold data a truce began on tuesday but there have been repeated skirmishes on the city outskirts the cease fire was agreed to at talks earlier this month in sweden. cuban lawmakers have approved an update to the country's constitution while the new draft affirms the leading role of the communist party it also includes provisions to open up the economy other provisions could also pay for way for same sex marriage in the country
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a national. friend of manas approval is set for february. moroccans have held a vigil for two scandinavian hikers who were killed by suspected terrorists the bodies of the two women from denmark and norway were found in a remote area on monday the killings have shaken morocco where tourism is a pillar of the economy. you're watching d.w. news still to come. it's the oldest and the largest lottery in the world it's spain's l.-a gordo and has the entire country enthralled so were this year's lucky winners. turning now to france and the six the weekend of yellow vest anti-government protests across the country reports indicate a sharp drop in turnout compared to previous saturdays this falling concessions on tax hikes and wage increases made by president emanuel mccall's government in paris
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the scene of fierce clashes police closely monitored the demonstrators taking to the streets. back on the streets for a sick weekend policing about two size and janet best scouted in the french capital on saturday house as many as last week across fronts numbers of foreign drastically since the peak of the protests in november. but those who remain a vocal. oh very strong well thought macro resigned they chant the french president has made a number of concessions including scrapping fuel tax hikes boosting the minimum wage and easing tax increases for pension is that for the best still on the streets he's not done enough. thank you for that also it's not about money it's about justice it's about stopping giving only to the rich and not to the pool back on tonight's measures but we saw in the weeks that followed that they meant nothing they were designed to fool people although we didn't know. this is supposed to be
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something it's getting harder and harder we can't manage anymore on our miserable salaries. and get it into violence as dusk fell. as protesters held large objects at police one officer drew his gun. was. the demonstrators some with their faces covered continue to the seat undeterred. police detained over one hundred forty people across the city france's interior minister appealed for an end to the unrest. our country needs order calm and peace while i appeal to everyone sense of responsibility. now is the time for dialogue and consultation now is the time for debate respect and respect for the law that. saturday's violence was on a smaller scale than previously seen but even peaceful protesters could remain
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a major headache for my fans government. defending bundesliga champions byron munich are making things interesting as they try to keep pace with league leaders dormant on saturday munich face frankfurt a team that they haven't lost to in fourteen consecutive matches well now you can make a fifty. ahead of the game it was clear that nico covert still has a soft spot for frankfurt and after kickoff it was just as clear he wasn't happy with his current side start of the match. service manual nor had to keep out danny de costa was and then nicholas kept the eagles at bay vom. byron finally hit top gear on the quarter hour mark but kevin truck pulled our some
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sublime save six the score level was there was nothing he could do in the thirty fifth minute though as fall keeper he grabbed the opener for the visit is was the game was going by ends way too much moola coming ever so close shortly before the break was. was their visitors got their second in the seventy ninth minute was their remarkable fall qubaty with his second of the match and third goal this week was buying got another one just before the final whistle griffey jr with an absolutely delightful goal to make it three of a bob the record champions are hot on dorman's heels and niko kovac heads into the mid-season break with plenty fish to cheer the to.
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leipzig had not lost a single game at home this bundesliga campaign before bremen visit on saturday and that run continued as they recorded a hard fought three two victory after a promising start to the season bremen have now slips down to tenth. leipsic we're looking to gift that fans a ho when the head of the winter break but braman started with purpose of russia denied by leipsic right back lucas closer and was then showed his attacking qualities with a thunderous strike at the other end to open the scoring in the twenty second minutes was just before half time max crews are gifted his rival strike a team of ana and early christmas present to nil at the break from a man who has scored all his goals in pairs this season little did light signal that braman were about to spoil their appetite first match crews are made amends
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for his previous blunder sneaking a strike through a maze of legs was leipsic we're now on the back foot substitute joshua sargent tied the school with his second goal in his third been misleader appearance was but like to have the last laugh groomer came on to score his first goal of the season and for this topless celebration a first yellow card of the campaign as well was a platinum set mine found a mark in the second half you could tell we were very tired this isn't has been long and hard so far we've had a lot of games but we still managed to get it sorted if i may please with the win the forty one after an impressive start to the season braman are stuck in mid table mediocrity while like sink head into the break sitting pretty in fourth place. let's have a look at the other results from match day seventeen so far does the dog grant an
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injury time winner in hanover leverkusen were too strong for berlin stuttgart fell at home to a shallow fabric took all three points at home from new and out dortmund won on friday and we have games in our book and hoffenheim to look forward to on sunday. let's see how those results affect the standings dortmund and the first half of the season with a six point lead over by in life they could close the gap on glovebox in the third place have a chance to leapfrog frankfurt on sunday leverkusen edge into the top half now down at the bottom and do sadowski three consecutive wins of push them back into safety the winter break will be long and painful though for the bottom three that would be nuremberg on over and stuttgart. and real madrid cruised to their third consecutive club world cup title beating the u.a.e.
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ain four to one in the final in abu dhabi goals there from rich marcos lawrence a and captain sergio ramos sealed the win the spanish giants have now won a record four club world cups that's one more than their archrival ours alone. now it wouldn't be christmas time in spain without the lottery known as el gordo or the fat one it lives up to its name this is the world's biggest lottery and this year it handed out prize money totaling almost two point four billion euros the top take it holder took home four hundred thousand it's a tradition dating back more than two hundred years and it was a huge sure i was just to get inside hoping to win more than just a seat in the theater. the rest of spain had to watch on television as el gordo got under way. some thought costumes might fashion their chances. i think i'm the lucky thing i'm going to win all the prices in el gordo obviously i was.
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lucky frog might disagree but what to do with a share of that two point four billion euro price parks. here were monopoly game when i was standing on holidays and i don't know what else. also to pay off the mortgage it's up to the school children to sing out the prizes one announces the winning ticket number the other declares the sum. but if they didn't use it yes why. no of this and that was the first stage fright proved too much for this one i was and this one i who thought good news was so hard to bear was. no tears here though even just selling a lucky ticket can be cause for celebration. that was there was no
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you're not going to be great happiness because we know we have given joy to someone it's a surge of positivity for us because we spend all good trying to deliver happiness and with this prize we've done it for once. there is no single. goal go pays out thousands of prizes giving plenty of spaniards something to sing about fifty a day brought up yet. and a reminder of our top story right now rescue teams are searching for survivors after a tsunami struck the coast of indonesia on saturday night killing at least two hundred twenty two people or than eight hundred all reported injured dozens more remain unaccounted for the tsunami was apparently triggered by the eruption of an island volcano which sent a wall of water crashing on shore. you're watching news from more
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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 dot com thanks for watching. i'm. going to make sure you doctor comes to make our visits
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a dentist's office which is different. and this is amazing because you can see inclusions and coming in to going to some of the federal courts have said. how can people overcome their fear of dentists for ever. come up with a bright smile. good. d.w. this. germany state by state. the most colorful. the earliest. the most traditional. find it all at any time. check in with a web special. take
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welcome to in good shape coming up. rapid remedy the best cures for an upset stomach. lifesaving donation for leukemia patients a stem cell transplant may be the only hope. and fear of the dentist where it comes from and how to overcome it. and here's your host dr constantly go tot hello and welcome to in good shape guess where i have. i'm at the dentists and this is amazing because you don't see any patients and paying into you don't hear the sound of the drill how's that possible it's very amazing so come on let's check it out together. ok you sixty four is a large dental clinic in the center of berlin and here they do it all from teeth cleaning to implants the practice was founded by dr stefan c. clarke his guiding idea was that patients should feel comfortable and relaxed
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because he's convinced that people who order for it if it don't just take better care of their teams. winning smile can change your whole life. a bright smile is not only beautiful it's important for your health to everybody knows that on the other hand many people are freight to go to the dentist and some of them are so fraid that they don't go at all. where does this into phobia come from. the psychologist i'm hugs emma ling is meeting with tanya galle for their first session . this is actually a dental surgery tanya is due to have work done on how teeth but first she's learning to relax. we came up with an image a sandy beach with the sun shining that's very important yes it's pleasantly warm
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not too hot it's a gentle breeze and what are you doing on the beach i'm just relaxing. and then we thought of something else to help strengthen the whole process. what was that. phrase that i thought of to boost my confidence. exactly and what's the phrase i'm being taken seriously. how much of a difference does this kind of thinking make this is it's these phrases are designed to support the treatment through positive thinking but it has to be tailored to the individual in the past she felt that her dentist didn't take her concerns seriously so that's why she chose this sentence which i've incorporated into our sessions with our good old. time here knows exactly where her fear of dentists comes from physics. when i was about six years old the dentist
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wanted to give me an injection but i said i didn't want it for people held me down while he went ahead. she's now ready to meet her new dentist who spent years working with patients who suffer from dental phobia she seems common enough. that it's often because i now feel that i'm being taken seriously i'm much more relaxed . and. she's brought her neck pillow from home which gives her something to clutch some patients bring cuddly toys everything is allowed. the dentist explains the impact the dental phobia has on his patients. i would say about eighty percent of the patients with phobia just completely ignore their teeth they don't take care of them at all anymore which results in to stick a periodontal disease or infections their teeth become loose or fall out they break
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off everything does and. today the dentist just wants to discuss how to progress with his new patient big grin on ways that tanya can communicate during treatment if she starts to panic for example which of course she won't be able to talk so non-verbal signs using your hand work past. i'm sitting here and working on your teeth so i can see your left hand best if you raise your hand just like that yes i'll stop immediately erica so do you think we can do this you can read yes we can. focusing on the image of the beach and how mind and in the knowledge that he or she is are taken seriously next week tanya galle she will be back for work to be done on her teeth for the first time in years. i hear it kate you sixty four but you see huge dental practice in the heart of
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religion and anything fall into the spring to start to see the things i think today we just saw in the report that there was a lady who was held in a dentist's chair she's very frail to the dentist so do you hear often such scary stories. indeed i hear those stories sometimes and if you are a little longer what is behind your fear then you'll often hear similar stories this is of course always a disaster if you hold somebody down in the chair. this can cause a troll mob was you have a life long time and you want to avoid the never do that here but i know in other cultures like in china this is not so i mean you wouldn't i see this dental exhibitions where these chairs have some. parts too to fix a patient with. about yeah this is a really cool bellows to fix the patient chap after we have one of those
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units of the first thing we did we cut off the ballots and this is a terrible cause for something to focus but i guess to a different cause yes this is of course not the only cause there are those fear of. these noises and the in rehab is a billion dollars and we are. we have a program for children get used in this software age with these nor is it earth we show this. side them out then. on the name and see how it works it's not that dramatic and then. all hate and fear of. injections of course come in. and do a lot of the anesthetic that we make this is already the injection is coming so
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they're really trying to keep the attributes level we choose and trigger fear in patients but there's something like this where are you different from from the normal fears a phobia is much more and we estimate that about ten percent of population have a dentist. these people avoid treatments for years sometimes for more than ten years this isn't the real big problem we have to stop the treatment very different . here before you today you can just look up the ceiling that sadly this is the t.v. screen so it's so wise that we have this t.v. above all of our treatment chairs especially very helpful for children but if this is a firm what is fitting. goes so much into this film that they attention is not any more than the mouth and we can treat them much easier well i am not
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afraid of dentists but afraid of the pain the dentist calls around so what you do. now we have it in our facilities to avoid pain comp you see at the dentist that's not to need to be painful anything here we have says. if injections we have also a nice pills that give you a feeling of extreme begin to relax a little before it even so you really do need to be free but then i was going to told me to go to the right dentist so there's really no need to be afraid of the dentist anymore yes no need. no need to feel any pain at the dentist. so it's a good way when. you can focus on the cosmetic. and the right. to. do such things fight. or even bleaching.
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two young women who both dream of having gleaming white teeth. jewelry. and there's no shortage of toothpaste brands promising that coveted whitening effect something even some chewing gums claim to deliver. professional teeth cleaning and bleaching procedure quite a bit more. but what is it that makes our teeth white. and not want to find out with a visit to the dentist in front. starts by checking how. to take the chair. has a relatively. pretty bright. foot kaplan isn't satisfied so she tests out some brands to have
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a whitening effect off to each meal for the next two weeks she'll be popping gum into her mouth so how's it looking. really bright. but that shouldn't be a problem to remove. perhaps that's a job that can be taken care of with whitening toothpaste from the drugstore that's her remedy for the next two weeks. fourteen days later off to. a sober. outcome for cats. or smile i see it as a marketing ploy. on the other hand the gum is good for your teeth because it helps to keep them clean after you've been chewing food or frommer's. so now catherine is going to get her teeth bleached. meanwhile how did not fare
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with a whitening toothpaste from tom cruise going to the effect of pens on the proportion of cleaning particles the more there are the greater the abrasion. that enables the removal of stains from cigarette coffee or tea. for teeth and look like while the color of the teeth them selves is not affected. by our clothes. but do exercise caution while brushing. it's fine to use these toothpaste three or four times a week but more frequently than that and there's a risk of damaging the two for now. but within that teeth too there's no visible improvement after two weeks time special toothpaste didn't even manage to remove minor blemishes can a perfect cleaning procedure do the trick here those unwanted stains are blasted away together with any tartar and other deposits between the teeth the final polish
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also takes care of any residual discoloration. there wasn't much to remove due to her low intake of tobacco and dark drinks there's no change on the front central incisors. the canines and lateral incisors are now slightly brighter it's a good result. ever for an after comparison shows that while the teeth are slightly lighter the effect is not really appreciable so kathleen now brings in the big guns bleaching them off and it's like bleaching your hair you use a hydrogen peroxide reaction to brighten up the actual color of the teeth. it's on top of good. but first capstans teeth get a cleaning treatment next a synthetic gel is added to protect the gums before the dentist appliance the bleaching agent which is then activated with ultraviolet light. bulb for and so on for if there are a crowns and fillings in the visible area they have to become
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a adjusted after the bleaching. forty five minutes later it's over. so it's either your teeth will be a bit sensitive to the cold for a while to make that go away faster we're going to apply a fluoride gel after one or two days that feeling should be gone. in this test bleaching the best result and now all caps in contact flashing dazzling new smile. you got a lot of your questions like from c.c.'s is a mystery for instance and she would like to know that bleaching is harmful for. damage in the right way from the. first then. you can do it for many many tyrants. one colleague was very eager to have his chief of all of office were forty employees and he did have leaching every week with his
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teeth and. bleaching and the dentist chair bitching and really white white white teeth and no no problem. i mean asians and studies show that if preconditions are consider the problem bleaching just waiting to stop the teeth what do you do with the teeth. even. if you just did is not the only problem with that. for the position of the team was or is not. urquhart that. been really good cause ability to change that in in one step in years a very good question then yes it can show you this looks like an aged. see here. and open the doors of if you know.
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we are. in is it produce for a patient or it did looks like the front of the tooth has just put up to cover your own tooth. this is a perfect covering where you will correct the form the positioning and the color of such wealth so someone tells you about your trade we have here also nice him pence that if your t.v. is missing a tooth is missing out on then you can one possibility is to make an implant and there kronos or it is a bridge which we have here it's obvious situation. was removed. and then you'll see both truth next to the gap have already crowns that rich as or as the perfect solution looks less of a start and such to tell you the truth i mean everything really looks nice and straight
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but i've no idea if this would look nice in my mode of also don't think it's provable people the pope. or other similar like you were asked the same question to my dentist because everybody wants to see what he gets after all this is a lot of money and of course we want to see what you will look like afterwards and therefore we developed. this thing what we called digital is my design and digital is my do that means we take photos with models and then we correct your position and carve out on the photo and now comes the. we we can translate two d. to three g. and then we can put this in your mouth because the mock up in this mob is just but not over the glue just easy fixed and then you can see your new t.v. you can speak with them you can smile you can tell stories and we see your lives
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where this is new this or something and then we can correct this and it is perfect and you say yes i like and then we can produce it screwed regroup another viewer question lincoln how she would ask us is there really a benefit in professional dental cleaning or is it just money going to the dentist . why are men if it is easy to see this is going to award a bedsit get a little brighter if there is some stain on it i think the other thing is more important is the missing part of it this is syria in different gaps between the teeth and in pockets these pockets. can really grow a lot and get a real problem for your general health also they go into the blocks and you kind of have a problem in the heart you can make it bad worse and have a lot of the efforts and this became the word. beautiful teeth increases the
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chances of becoming a t.v. presenter like me. you don't want to become a t.v. presenter ok but at least this i mean it's ok. on an upcoming show we'll be talking about sexually transmitted infections more and more people worldwide are contracting syphilis or ghana one of the reasons for the rise of helping these diseases be treated questions on that topic to in good shape at dot com right sexually transmitted infections in the subject line we look forward to hearing from you and now to something completely different leukemia is the general term for the malignant transformation of blood cells the cancer cells prevent the drug from doing its vital functions and in some cases it's only one hope for the patient another person has to do his or her stem cells. kevin by playing soccer today that's because the player from bavaria is busy saving
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a life. it could be a child a grown up or young adult like me. at thirteen years old she was diagnosed with leukemia and most then saved by a complete stranger. i'm always impressed by people's motivation that they want to help save lives. they don't get anything from it except for a smile from the patient that they saved. that. even though eighty percent of all donations can now be extracted from blood the procedure isn't much fun for the stem cell donors kevin was chosen as a matching donor and he's exhausted from the process. the preparations included morning and evening injections for an entire week they served to fool his body into thinking it had a bad infection which stimulates the production of stem cells they also gave him
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unpleasant flu like symptoms. west. for instance i couldn't sleep last night. but i really suffer a few days or hours whereas the people who need my stem cells feel terrible for much longer periods of time to feel fleeced. who will receive the donation kevin doesn't know and german law prevents him from finding out for at least another two years. found her suitable donor through the german bone marrow donor database she remembers the painful waiting period. and. you have all the chemotherapy sessions and the last one is the worst of all. but afterwards you know that you'll start to feel better as soon as the office. it's time the big day has come kevin's blood is removed from his arm under sterile
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conditions and run through a centrifuge. after the stem cells have been removed the blood flows back into the body via the other arm the cycle is repeated several times it takes around three hours until the infusion bag with the stem cells is ready to the you can see that it keeps getting lighter in color it'll be a great infusion just from looking at it i can tell it's really potent. how do you feel exhausted yes a few weeks really exhausted both. the stem cells are now rushed to the waiting patient kevin is young and in good shape he should feel fit again in about two days. this is what it's like after a bout of flu the immune system is activated he'll feel a little slow for a week and he has to take care not to catch an infection if he does then he has to be treated other than that there are generally no aftereffects or secondary illnesses are called for good and. ill advised hauser is turning
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twenty two today all traces of her illness are gone but she'll never forget the donation they gave her a second chance at life and his is also me. i'll feel it's handily grateful for that bag of blood that allowed me to keep on living. by simply . going to the dentist can cause stomach trouble and this is harmless like many cases of stomach problems and you can easily treated with it it's not in every case. if your stomach hurts or feels bloated there could be many possible causes most of them harmless usually it's the small daily vices that can cause short term discomfort. for the cause of a stomach problem could be light inflammation or damage to the stomach lining and
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stress typically has an impact on the stomach lots of people experience it too after smoking coffee or alcohol and pain medications like ibuprofen or die close an act can also damage the stomachs membrane lining. and then some trusted home remedies might provide some relief like. there's also kemah mild and caraway oil drops they taste better with a spoonful of honey. for those who prefer more convenience there are plant based drops or capsules at the pharmacy they can help you get over inflammation and cramps. baking soda can also treat the symptoms neutralize a stomach acids but if you take it it's important to take breaks between uses. people often use baking soda as a remedy but it contains sodium hydrogen carbon that that's assault that can have an effect on your medication because it changes ph levels and salt levels in the
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body you should also be careful if you're taking blood pressure medication or diuretics that also goes for cortisone and antidepressants make sure to wait at least two hours after taking any of those medications before using baking soda. if you have stronger symptoms you might need what are called proton pump inhibitors these days you can buy them over the counter been any pharmacy. proton pump inhibitors are a blessing for many patients who suffer from esophageal inflammation or those with the stomach and intestinal side recently there have been studies that suggest they may also increase your risk of heart attack or developing dementia but only with long term use continuous use over a period of years. if you take them for a short period such as a week or two or just a couple of days it's no problem. really kind of.
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teenagers and young adults should try to avoid stomach medications it's better to reduce stress levels the main cause of stomach pain. if you want to avoid all kinds of tablets teas and salts you can also try it the old fashioned way with a hot water bottle. that's it for today see you next week and until then let's all try to stay in good shape.
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discovered. subscribe to a. documentary. about this is you don't use live from barely in a deadly tsunami strikes the coast of indonesia it's arrived in the dock night
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without warning and now in the lights of day the devastation is becoming clear the death toll has climbed to more than two hundred and is expected to rise as such as a cold through the rubble hundreds more are injured. i need to care money thank you for joining us indonesian rescue work has a setting for survivors in the aftermath of a devastating tsunami which struck a busy tourist region on saturday night the official death toll has risen to two hundred twenty two with more than eight hundred reported injured dozens more are unaccounted for the tsunami swept the coastline along the streets between sumatra and java it was a prize that triggered by the eruption of an island volcano which sent a wall of water crashing on shore. this is the moment
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the tsunami hit without warning it caused people to flee in panic. the local rock band seventeen were performing on the beach when the wave struck. in a tearful instagram message the band's front man confirmed that several members of the group had been killed and that others at the concert were missing including his own wife it seems many have not found anything to hold on to. you. in the light of day this scale of the damage has started to emerge. hundreds of houses and other buildings have been destroyed. eyewitnesses have said they were taken aback by the force and speed of the way.
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by. that water came so fast and so many people were running and were washed away. some was struck down by. the president offered his condolences to those who have lost loved ones and asked people to be patient as the search and rescue effort gets underway. this man was freed from the rubble by emergency workers it's unclear how many people are still trapped across the island he thought the tsunami could have been sparked by underwater landslides caused by an erupting volcano. experts say just could explain why the water acted to just come out of nowhere. and we're joined now by cathy mula she is a spokesperson for the international federation of the red cross she's with us from palu in sooner with you and if you remember that's
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a city devastated by indonesia's last may just tsunami back in october kathy thank you for joining us what are you hearing from aid workers on the ground. have toward the indonesian red cross deployed teams of volunteers immediately after the tsunami last night they were on the ground again this morning and the photos that they're sharing with us show why seeing of devastation something you would expect to see after a tsunami but harrowing nonetheless there there's debris everywhere there are cars that are washed there are motorcycles that are crushed houses which are called lapsed or partially collapsed there's just agree all over the place trees have fallen down and this is what we're trying to work and kathy it sounds like there's a lot of work which needs to go in for relief efforts how many aid workers have you been able to get in. yeah we're just starting there's
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a response we're not even twenty four hours into it yet it looks like we're going to be there for quite a while right now it is the government of indonesia which is leading the response and then of course agencies such as the indonesian red cross support that response at the moment they have deployed approach thirty volunteers and staff we are also sending in the fourteen water trucks the indonesian red cross has become somewhat of an expert in purifying and distributing water since the indian ocean tsunami back in two thousand and four so they're using that in their response here and then just their ways we and now in the current disaster response and then as you might expect people are going to need first aid they them injured there's always a lot of debris which is moving around in a disaster the force of the wave even though the wave itself was less than a metre high from what we understand at this moment it still packs a punch there's
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a lot of power behind it and so we're hearing that people have not just cuts and scrapes but a lot of broken bones so the indonesian red cross is sending in twenty two ambulances fully trained medical volunteers and staff to be able to provide some of that first aid we mentioned at the beginning of our conversation the cheering pal you obviously ground zero for the devastating tsunami back in october where you were monitoring recovery efforts how we quipped would you say indonesia is to cope with yet another major natural disaster. well and we also can't forget they were also we're bonding still to a series of devastating earthquakes and lombok that occurred in late july and august so. the capacity of the country and the indonesian red cross has really grown since that indian ocean tsunami. fortunately it is a country that experiences a lot of. the ring of fire so they do get
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a lot of earthquakes. so that expertise has really grown exponentially since that indian ocean tsunami kathy luna from the international red cross in indonesia thank you so much for making time to speak to us well let's take a look now at what we know about this tsunami which left a trail of destruction through the region we know the wave was powerful but it wasn't all that big only up to about a metre high it followed an eruption of the. kaino which has been especially active since june but scientists still investigating the cause of the tsunami now they also suspect that it could have been triggered by a landslide. on the volcanoes steep slope they also say an abnormally high tide may have also been a factor now unlike tsunamis triggered by earthquakes those caused by volcanic eruptions are rare and give agencies next to no time to issue
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a warning and that might explain why residents were caught by surprise let's go now to crush. freelance journalist who's joining us from jakarta so question thank you so much for making time to be with us can you talk me through the situation on the ground when the tsunami he people there obviously had no idea that it was coming what has been the reaction so far. yeah. this is the holiday season so all of this and the idea is also. one of business nessie and since it's one off the. beach for everything from toronto. when i heard. us that it's us. east coast office. this and us that. people os aware that there is an earthquake or not but that is what would the feel of the
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earthquake. than. this year all announced one was that it wasn't a tsunami but only the high because it's a one but then it was revised by the over that it was a tsunami good by and not by the states make if you did but by or can it act if you see caused by a. panel. and then since then i don't know if someone didn't want that in two hundred pentland that's the only if this and more that if enjoy it then be like nine hot out of bed in the. morning on the house it's also a medley damage a question are you talking about who tells in the area being damaged and it being a high tourist destination can you tell us more about about the region.
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yes the region is one of the closest beach and beach by writing. and what i wrote that. weekend is. we will. sample that in a fella in the one that is. getting all. the company and also getting all of them also that is a lot of. the holy day gathering in the abbey are especially and. so it's. this weekend and just a long weekend before christmas is quite a lot of tourists right and question a very brief we've now seen the scale of the devastation you obviously have a better view of that how bad is it looking.
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i. i can't while. first i see it the. one i thought that this one i mean it's not that big also life on the one methyl soul. but then because that is no earthquake which means that is the arm we've also done many people especially people who can be. tapped in the place and then swept by the by the way and are also. saved that it might just might be. ten c o four and under the tsunami because it's all going to be like the right now but medicine old and out of the tsunami off the question into kata thank you.
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thank you. you might have seen it before it hit a d w the video of that indonesian band seventeen being swept off stage and it's one of the most dramatic to emerge from the disaster zone it's put a human face on this unfolding tragedy in a country that has seen more than its fair share recently and for more on this band and its fate we're joined in the studio by d. w's we. thank you for joining us so william the spend literally swept off the stage not just them but their their audience as well we seen it before it's been circulating all around the world this dramatic image that we have here of this band playing for an actually a year and company concert from the state electric electricity utility company there two hundred people in attendance here we have it now they're playing and then suddenly without warning the wave sweeps in from behind them and takes them all out . we have the one of the surviving vocalist members then have post
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a very emotional very moving video to instagram where he takes takes a moment to remember the people he's lost the people he's still looking for we have that as well. we lost a bassist benny and a road manager him and okie and andy. and the hammonds new john haven't been found it. and we also feel chris. oakley my wife will be found quickly. you'll soon see a pref about me an okie. thank you. it's hard not to be moved by that and even more so to remember that that's just his experience and his band members that stories unfolding across this region now as utility company whose concert it was have confirmed that as many as twenty nine of
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its employees have been killed and more than a dozen are still missing and let's not forget that they're going to make up the over two hundred number of people who are reportedly dead now so what's been the official reaction right so of course in moments like these emergency response organizations and governments come out the indonesian president has had this to tweet he broke on twitter earlier today a deep condolences for the victims of the tsunami in panda glowering samsung and south and home last night i have ordered all relevant government officials to immediately take emergency action search and find the victims and treat the injured that's from the indonesian president the german government has responded to him personally a government spokesperson speaking for i believe michael said chancellor angela merkel has expressed to the indonesian president her deepest sympathies on behalf of germany. and the news and images from indonesia are shocking and they are mourning the victims of their morning with the families victims and hope that many
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more people can still be saved. thank you for joining us from our digital desk. and remind all of the top story that we're following for you rescue teams as searching for survivors after a tsunami struck the coast of indonesia on saturday night killing at least two hundred twenty two people more than eight hundred are reported injured dozens of people remain unaccounted for. you watching the news live from berlin we'll have another update at the top of the hour but don't forget you can get all the latest news and information around the clock by think you know looking into all websites d.w. dot com thank you for to. play. women in fighting potentates taking seriously in the world oh boy here's what's coming up women strong.
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superheroes. more towards smaller states in the jim gray increasingly dangerous time buffer code for my. team come. the starting whistle is about to sell told her about the football. kickoff those hopes and identifying the favorites coleman sharks coaches players fans and up close personal touch. the twenty ninth. birthday kickoff series starts december twenty seventh w. barring munich coach nico call but she was all smiles upon his return to his former
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close friend first but could i talk to wipe the smile off his face frank for you see how very ego i said on each. obviously exhaust and they hosted by. a campaign seems funny to be getting off the ground. and in the other top game of the day like six fans were hoping for some christmas cheer as their misfiring side took on a brain in team that's being very generous with their opponents' id. welcome to the bundesliga on d w i'm. much they seventeen kicked off on friday with the league leaders dortmund getting back to their winning ways with a two one defeat of bloodbath we'll have more about later but those three points for dortmund keep the pressure up on bahrain as they travel to frankfurt for saturday's late game there bundesliga record against the defending champions is dreadful in fact they haven't beaten unic in fourteen attempts but they know
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they're capable of it after stunning them in last season's german cup final campaign has been impressive under coach id hood but did they have what it takes to stop barnes run of good form under former frankfurt coach. ahead of the game it was clear that niko but still has a soft spot for frankfurt and after kickoff it was just as clear he wasn't happy with his current side start to the match. for us manuel neuer had to keep out danny de costa was. and then nicholas zelig kept the eagles at bay. of on. by and finally hit top gear on the quarter hour mark but kevin truck pulled our some sublime save the score level was there was nothing he could do in the thirty fifth minute though as paul could be as he grabbed the opener for the visit his was the game was going by and way too much moola
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coming ever so close shortly before the break was. was the visitors got there second in the seventy ninth minute was their remarkable fall qubaty with his second of the match and third goal this week was buying got another one just before the final whistle griffey jr with an absolutely delightful goal to make it three abab the record champions are hot on dorman's heels and nico heads into the mid-season break with plenty fish to cheer the to. leipzig slip up during the week against biron in munich may have put a dent in their confidence but their form at home has been solid this season there yet to lose at the red bull arena and have only conceded four goals could they get
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back to winning ways against mid table brennan and see eye to twenty eighteen in the top four. leipsic we're looking to gift that fans a ho when the head of the winter break got braman started with purpose militant brush it's denied by leipsic right back lucas close a man. who then showed his attacking qualities with a thunderous strike at the other end to open the scoring in the twenty second minutes ah just before half time max kruse a gifted his rival strike a team of and the early christmas present was to nail at the break from a man who was schooled all his goals in pairs this season little did leipzig know that braman were about to spoil their appetite first max kruse a made amends for his previous blunder sneaking a strike through a maze of legs. ah leipsic were now on the
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back foot substitute joshua sargent tied the school with his second goal and his third bonus leaguer appearance odd but light seeing how the last love groomer came on to score his first goal of the season and for this topless celebration a first yellow card of the campaign as well was the platinums that my trying to mock in the second half you could tell we were very tired this is it has been long and hard so far we've had a lot of games but we still managed to get it sorted if i may please with the when the forty one afternoon press of start to the season braman are stuck in mid table mediocrity while like to head into the break sitting pretty in fourth place. so how's this for a soccer scrooge houser coach. told his players they would have to train during the
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holidays if they used to just as are now for a full ninety minutes the gang remained lists for fortune favored fortuna. in the ninety first minute think scored the winner with a big helping hand from keeper s. are an early christmas gift for the visitors who will spend the winter break four points clear of the relegation zone meanwhile the hanover players will be facing a winter workout is terrible. and we're going to bring you two games now featuring two under pressure coaches in a moment we'll see if shell can restore it to many go to debts goes reputation with a win against struggling but first embattled leverkusen boss heiko hellish was hoping to silence his critics by beating had brought him rumors have been swirling that he could face early dismissal after come pain that has left the club on the rhine far from the european spots. leverkusen fans were well and truly
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in the christmas spirit ahead of this clash and they received an early gift through kevin fall and few minutes strike by christmas is a time for laughter too that came courtesy of have to keep erroneous dine his blunder allowing kite hallett's the double his side's lead. the youngster did get a little lucky with the finish but. not everyone saw the funny side of course chin up runner have to hit back just three minutes later jordan show runner eager turning home from close range was this the start of an epic comeback no it wasn't live accuse and kill the drama just after the break habits again this time a sumptuous no five goal number for this season for the indicated. three one ended high fives all round from a satisfied heiko hellish. dominica to disco hope his shock aside could end the miserable first half of the season on a high by face the snappy dress in stuttgart who are marking one hundred twenty
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five years of history in retro style there are no prizes for fashion though shelter took the lead early on for steve inskeep steve my aunt's doubled their lead in the seventieth minute salish sunny this one above he received considerable backup from maria gomez that. should got him back just two minutes later for nicolas don't silence the beam on the beam over shell to put things to bed just moments later when scripts teamed up after it could. have. first been his legal goal for the young turk. despite the win it's been a stormy season so far for to discuss douglas this is a cypher jesus on the first half of the season was crap to put it simply we don't need to beat around the bush it wasn't good at all. so i'm just really happy it's
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over it's for boys more misery meanwhile for mario and co. now it's time for the ball in this league is play of the day as voted by our followers on twitter and we may have just seen it and it will make painful reviewing for berlin fans out there but here is that sneak goal following that defensive blunder by head to forty four percent of our followers on twitter wanted to see this one again a phone bill by berlin keeper one a gift it's a rolling half it's a free shot which to be fair he seemed very surprised by it and nearly missed as you may remember though did go on to score a cracker for leverkusen later. now here are the results so far for much day seventeen and there are the wins for byron and of course leipzig hanover slipped up against the door for support of course in the very last minute practically leverkusen beat have. in stuttgart sleep dope slipped
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up against shell and freiburg took all three points home from nuremberg the visitors took just nineteen minutes to score the only goal of the match manuel gilda just getting the slightest of touches on a free kick from. that and that's in games now nuremberg. we are in times. now we have games of course on sunday between evolved spurred on tough and time will take on minds and there's confirmation of friday's game dortmund beat. two one and there's of course this is how it came about the black and yellows talk a first half lead with matthew good picking out jaden show who found a no for him to score from the tightest of us to six go of the season for the eight . you're out. but the visitors hit back on the stroke of half time with comma
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firing his side level the defender fastest to the newspoll there. but an inch perfect good set of marco royce for the winner early in the second half to make it two one and ensure lucy on five a side goes into the break on a high and. let's see how those results affect the standings of course dortmund and the first half of the campaign on top and six points ahead of byron munich moved down leipsic up there in those champions made spots frankford just outside the champ and six pots and look who has made a reappearance in the top half of the table laver cues and they edge up there after a recent semi good for down the bottom and the winter break will be long and painful for nuremberg and over a. dozen doors of course beginning to edge up to table after of course three back to back wins shall to win because when also moves them up to three points for burke
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on sunday could change all that. well that's all we have time for today on this edition of the bone this link on to w dortmund's players here i've got the job done and can look forward to a well deserved winter break after top but we'll be back on sunday to discuss all the top talking points of the scenes and so far with former germany goalkeeper it's not enough angola it's a don't miss start we need you now with these images from saturday's games so for me and the rest of the team here in berlin by. europe the christmas. magical large delicate
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everyone is welcome to our highlights show i'm your host meghan li we have put together a very christmassy program for you today here's a look at what's coming up. happy holidays downtown potsdam is all decked out for the festive season. bright coupled to french artists and their light creations. finishing touches on how to wrap your christmas gifts like a pro. and we start off on a musical note silent night is one of the most popular christmas songs but did you know that it's about two hundred years old it was first performed in a church in a small village in austria while a young priest wrote the lyrics and then they were set to music by a local teacher we learn now how it became the most famous christmas song of all
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time. the. how. we. know. it's. only. even if some have to brush up on the lyrics almost everyone knows the world's most famous christmas song it originated here in the austrian villages over and off in the run up to christmas the small town years outspend offers visitors silent night tours to eliminate the songs history just before i know many start here with this picture over here you can see the side that my chapel. organist and teacher friends of
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a group are and the young parish priest yosef more composed the music and wrote the lyrics and together performed the song an open door from christmas eve in eighteen eighteen traveling salesman took the song to markets across europe while christian missionary spread even further around the globe. as if the missionaries realized that it harbored a christian message and was easy for families to learn and that's probably why it became so popular motion and then if we could put off since the nineteenth century the song has been translated into more than three hundred languages. you. know whether carol has been recorded as often as the effort green from austria with versions by a series of superstars. one
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man. was. just. the locals an open door stage a historical play in various locations that traumatizes the origin of silent night after the end of the napoleonic wars. was. yes this was a field of in the gun for it was a terrible time the poverty created by the wards and the molding troops that pos to be given a chance to secure planes of today the song still evokes the hope for peace visitors
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to the silent night chapel can listen to the original version with its six verses and accompanying guitar chords. zero zero. zero zero in two thousand and eleven unesco added silent night to its intangible cultural heritage list sept primal hopes the songs popularity will last for generations to come. we have to try to maintain the tradition within the families so that children grow up as things it is not easy in the digital age of five because of the internet it gets. don't sing songs like that anymore and it will sing and i brought the human in most old. some sixty thousand visitors flock to the small village every year most of them in the preakness missy's and tourists and locals alike enjoy the festive atmosphere around the silent night chapel this is it's a quintessential christmas song that is always lovely because everyone associates
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it with the special memories that brings people together particularly around christmas it was overwhelming so we had to phonied and then. we in the famous. it's not our fault it's known around the world and that's why open doors has become a place of pilgrimage around christmas with its message of peace silent night continues to bring people together in oberndorf and around the world. on now to some christmas present ideas to french artist based near bordeaux specialize and lamps with paper maché figures now they both put their own creative input into them they're based near the french city of bordeaux but their customers are located all over the wall i recently met up with them in their studio where all the magic happens. these figures are light as
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a feather that's because they're sculpted out of paper into feminine forms which resemble dancers. they're called man was and are the work of french artist sophie. and frederick di bruni frederick structures the paper and sophie as her touch to it by creating the various figures. the point the electric current suicide depleted section of the lamp and turning lighter to. focus i think and sophie works on the personification of each character when he gets you you. to do that we both work on the concept of each slam. the onus on those have our own range of skill and expertise that. looks good . sophie uses a paper maché technique to sculpt the figures this includes the use of different
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types of paper and glue to hold it all together. she prefers paper to other sculpting materials because of its flexibility. the made in france label doesn't come cheap but their clients are willing to spend seven hundred euros and upwards for a hand sculpted lamp. effect. council that there are many different kinds of paper i started out using old newspapers that i gathered up you can use recycled paper so it's a good paper to start with and it's also very light. do they think it's a lot of freedom to work at home when there's also a paper that's very valuable or there's a transparency to it or the more of their papers that have a quality that makes a nice to work with and to touch and to mold. to share them with frederick learned about me to paper in their sculptures are a mix between art and technology and have made it to some of paris's best known
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addresses or book or day one that cover you we've worked on some beautiful projects for. we made and that was else according to the ballets and operas. i created ballerinas and dancers for their different form and says little place they're developing so we also liked working for one hundred seventy people which is linked to the museum of decorative arts. as it is out there there we were commissioned twice to decorate their windows both projects that were really close to our hearts because we were a part of a specific place and we had to create works that connected with that place. big city of. artists are expanding their repertoire to include neon like they outsourced the creation of the to george last blower their signature figure is of course included. with the liner elements
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come in different forms. some are shorter and wider than this. and we have others that are much larger. going to the biggest we have measures one hundred fifty centimeters. with christmas just around the corner so she and federico are busy making and shipping off lamps and other paper figures to clients all over the globe. with our american clients are buying lots of pieces like this one to put on top of their christmas trees. no clue are australian clients like our little rabbit figures like this one. in all colors white. and our french clients of whom there are also many really like these little characters either in white or painted. blue but don't want to get more lethal home along. with even our top seller the modern ones as.
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sold about a thousand of them so far. whatever the time of year these decorative lamps shut a cosy light on any space. here in berlin the city is really in the christmas spirit with its traditional markets lighted boulevards and. wine but tourists are also flocking to the famous museum island to see what's on offer now one of the architects responsible for helping to shape museum island david chipperfield received now how he has made his mark there. is a crowded museum. which houses the collection of classical antiquity. the. nineteenth century.
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which cuts the. action. currently undergoing renovation with its famous power. the board of museum which boasts an impressive collection. every year more than two million people visit. really like so many museums being in such close proximity to each other here.
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and stood in ruins for many decades. three. began major restoration work on it and. everyone appreciated his plan to combine historical. but no his work is celebrated as an impressive architectural. david chipperfield and started on this project in one thousand nine hundred nine his philosophy was to respect the ruin and not to cover up the marks left by history and he wanted to restore and carefully preserve this historical building for a while sensitively complementing it with modern elements and. its and more done from . the fields architecture firm developed amongst the plan to have a whole museum island and also drew up plans for berlin is brand new jane seymour gallery it's set to open its doors in the summer of twenty nineteen and will serve as the entrance building and visitor center for museum mile and the friends hall
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use right now the five museums are like five friends sitting at one table. but with their backs to each other. and steve james in the gallery will link the open spaces and museums with each other. on. the field also worked on buildings near the island such as the gallery house a look for. them to museum i look for him on the opposite spec of the river. to british architecture has certainly left his mark on the lens historical city center . for many people roast goose is the traditional christmas meal here in germany and one place where you can enjoy it if it is at the hester berg estate in brandenburg just outside berlin now this is where six hundred geese roam free we visited the estates restaurant chef to find out how to make the perfect christmas roast goose dinner there's a. nice free range piece one raised at contest
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a bag and estates in the eastern german state of brandon book stand nine months old and weigh about five pounds each. state. says that the birds feed on grain that's grown right on the farm part of his policy off humor. in treatment. and yet i was little more often than today does what i enjoy being able to run around in the open that i can pack away at the grass for us and it's about as healthy an environment as you can imagine. and it's a natural way to raise a crossroads. he said they can live just as they have for ages or and that's what this also contributes to the production of hormones has been enhanced the birds a sense of wellbeing groups all morning long we've been here with. us because up to it was always my. best pakistan it was built in two thousand and one the main building contains living quarters and office space. on the right hand side of the
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complex there's a farm produce shop and arrest front when visitors can enjoy a homegrown meal. brandenburg resident benyamin schultz trained terraces chef. right now he's preparing stuffing for a dish of roast goose. doesn't close this loophole so this is a standard regional recipe i'm using apples oranges onions mug war time place and then i rub salt and pepper into the meat and the both inside and outside also in the still in it in. the first slices an onion. then an apple. then orange. thing credence in this recipe include a lot of fitzsimmons and still. the secret to
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creating the perfect roast goose is in the cooking time the meat should be tender while the skin should be crispy. it's healthy it's a temple to accept the temperature for the goose is going eighty degree celsius for eight hours of. others would say go through this slow cooking the acids from the fruit will permeate the meat slowly and evenly. in the fish ensued. after the long cooking time you can tell whether the goose is well cooked by trying the joints. now place the goose breast side up on a cutting board and count. the choices pieces go on to the dinner plates what's left will be used to season the gravy together with roasted vegetables or does them both know what's left is just skin and bones but you can cook out along with it and
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hope this gives it a wonderful flavor long as there is nothing better than to. test a bag they say if they roast goose with kale and red cabbage the chef uses lots of ingredients to spice up these winter vegetables. doesn't. make it special sauce to the red cabbage and. so there's also cloves cinnamon a leaf all spice and a bit of goose fat in it. now it's time to sift. alongside the kenyan red cabbage benyamin chilled dumplings made from rule and. then the roast goose and then you have it the classic german christmas dinner. yummy ok now we take
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a trip to the city of potts to just southwest of berlin you may know potsdam for the songs to see castle the former residents of frederick the great but the city is a magical place at christmas time it's babies than. the traditional christmas market we went there to see what kind of goodies are on offer. at the brandenburg gate not the famous one in berlin but the smaller. capital of the. small town relatively tranquil. for the holiday season a series of prussian rulers shaped from the eighteenth century until one thousand nine hundred eighteen was one of the most important european state. has been rebuilt so has the palace. vests a great deal and preserving its heritage. you can recognize the influence of the various kings on today's parts. it was
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a seat of royal power to one nine hundred eighteen so the city had to be made beautiful. centrally the visual character of the city is inherited from its history makes it very welcoming. active us of many people want to restore and preserve that. more french than dutch is the country so the felisa tops the holiday season is peak season for pastry chefs they make sweet cakes typical of the region and pretty leans a favorite is a bust of the famous prussian queen louisa. the figure winds and the tradition of course the figures are closely tied into the history of pots and since louisa was a very positive figure customers like to give her likeness as a present to call for st. is also a very modern city even if the old prussia lives on at every turn that includes the christmas market here visitors can enjoy tinsel and holiday lights in one
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particular color. all courses flower pression blue is generally associated first with the uniforms of the old prussian army as me then. under the soldier king the colors of all the different uniforms were standardized with russian blue only form fobbing fi life if they wish to place a spell on what sounds so far stands christmas market is the only one in germany that uses all blue. ave to. originally the blue holiday lights were conceived as a marketing strategy for the city now they become a tradition many stallholders have picked up on the blue motif. even the ice skating rink on the reason plotz is bathed in blue. and what do the visitors here think. deborah i think the bluish glow is very beautiful aesthetically it has something very gentle about it may give it i like it
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a lot there are lots of stars it blue is just my favorite color is moss comes on to something different. so i wouldn't do this at home but here it doesn't look bad at all it's like those. i like the classical look should be abolished the blue lights are beautiful they give everything a very special atmosphere alongside the white lies you always see on the houses. the christmas market is an indispensable part of today's pashto and its blue lights combine the modern and the traditional. and finally something for all you do it yourself is out there and if you're in need of some exclusive or wrapping paper for all the christmas presents that you've bought then our resident d.i.y. expert hunch has the perfect solution.
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action gives are just as much a part of christmas as beyond amends on the tree and beautiful gifts should be nicely wrapped should they even if you know a few folding techniques. all you need is wrapping paper in various colors. some ribbons. and he foam and double sided tape. and to paris's it. start by centering your presence on the upper half of your wrapping paper. take the bottom of the paper and folded outwards it should be able to cover at least one quarter of the present. price and i decide . now for the upper top over the left side of the president. to do the same but the right upper tab makes the creases shot. time to the left tap folded upwards and then do the same for the right you know it's time. at the
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top of the paper to create a line down the middle. fix it with double sided tape. you can close the. anyway you're used to it. now around your present and how about getting a little tweaked for decoration. use of things strips come forth to fold the back side of directing paper from bottom to top do this about family first six times. turn it over and for the first crease. pinch the other lines and think them forwards beef about how the centimeter between to. turn it over again and secure the currents with ted. and director present the way you normally would. take two different types of wrapping paper and use
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a thin strip of cardboard to fold them from bottom to talk about five or six times turnover lightly crease the upper layer of paper in the middle. of the triangle. along with the second piece of wrapping paper. now pull them apart a bit and fold if. time and over again and secure it with a tank. you know you can finish wrapping a present the usual way. and those are my favorite ways to christmas presents. to give described the small decorations that i tired of all right i use small christmas tree balls i think it gives a gift. i
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am definitely going to give them. one a try and with that we wrap up another week of euro mag that's always from all of us here at the program here's the wishing you a wonderful holiday season we'll see again. from. the from. the.
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german christmas at express. music stress due at sands this
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through. this is d.w. news live from barely a deadly tsunami struck the coast of indonesia it arrived in the dock of night
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without warning and now in the light of day the devastation is becoming clear the death toll has climbed to more than two hundred and is expected to rise as researchers comb through the rubble hundreds more are injured. coming up the u.s. government's partial shutdown is set to stretch on through christmas president trump says he'll be staying in washington to negotiate and deal with democrats who refuse to fund his promise border wall. and in the industry go by in munich looking to keep up the pressure of the bavarians to confront put in their quest to keep pace with leaders were born poor have a full round of. egypt money thank you for joining us indonesian rescue workers are searching for
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survivors in the aftermath of a devastating tsunami which struck a busy tourist region on saturday night the official death toll has risen to two hundred twenty two with more than eight hundred reported injured dozens more are unaccounted for now the tsunami swept the coastline along the street between sumatra and java it was a privately triggered by the eruption of an island volcano which sent a wall of water crashing on shore. this is the moment the tsunami hit without warning. it caused people to flee in panic. the local rock found seventeen performing on the beach when the wave struck. in a tearful instagram message the band's front man confirmed that several members of the group had been killed and that elvis at the concert was missing including his
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own wife it seems many have not found anything to hold on to. the light of day the scale of the damage has started to emerge. hundreds of houses and other buildings have been destroyed. eyewitnesses have said they were taken aback by the force and speed of the way. that water came so fast. and so many people were running washed away. some were struck down. the president offered his condolences to those who lost to love them and asked people to be patient as the search and rescue effort gets underway but. this man was freed from the rubble by emergency workers it's unclear how many people are still trapped across the island
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he thought the tsunami could have been sparked by underwater non slights caused by an erupting volcano. experts say this could explain why the water paid to just come out of nowhere. well actually i spoke with freelance journalist question. he's based in jakarta and i asked him what the situation was like for people as the tsunami struck late saturday night yeah. this is the holiday season so all of the nation and the idea it's also. been dismissed and since it's one of. beach. every. when i heard. us that it's just. the. east coast off mr. davis and us that. people are aware
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that there is an earthquake or not but that is what would be. feel the earthquake. and. this yellow announced one was that it wasn't a tsunami but only the high because it's a one but then it was revised by the office you know that it was a tsunami to go by and not by the say snake if you believe but by or can it act if you see caused by it. and. since then i don't know if someone imply that in two hundred twenty one but the. more they endure then be like nine hundred out of bed the damage and no more than on the house it's also a badly damaged question are you talking about tells in the area being damaged and it being a high tourist destination can you tell us more about about the region yes
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the region is one of the closest beach and beach by writing. and then what i heard that. about. this last weekend is. we will. sample that. it is one that is. gathering off. something and also the other one of the also that is a lot of. the holy day gathering in the abbey are especially and. so it's. this weekend and it's just a long weekend before christmas is quite a lot. right and question a very brief we've now seen the scale of the devastation you obviously have
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a better view of that how bad is it looking. i i can. first i see it could be. what i thought that this what i mean is not that big also life on the one that battles all. but then because there is no order which means that is. all are we also then many people in the course. tapped into place and honest. by the weight and are also. saved that it. just might be. another tsunami because it's all going to be fried. so hot that it's not all a lot of them so. the question in jakarta thank you.
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thank you some official reaction to the tsunami disaster the indonesian president a joke we don't have tweeted this deep condolences for the victims in the three regions hit by the tsunami last night or did all relevant government officials to immediately take and the agency action set and find victims and treat the injured and then there is this from the german chancellor as official spokesperson american express to deepest sympathies on behalf of germany the news and images from indonesia a shocking we mourn the victims families and hope many people can be saved and the relief effort is intensifying in the aftermath of the deadly tsunami i spoke to catherine when a from the international federation of red cross she joined us from the wishes monitoring we cover the efforts of to indonesia's last major disaster and i asked what's the situation was after this latest tragedy. i have to let the indonesian
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red cross deployed teams of volunteers immediately after the tsunami last night they were on the ground again this morning and had the photos that they're sharing with us show why scene of devastation something you would expect to see after a tsunami but harrowing nonetheless there there's debris everywhere there are cars that are washed there are motorcycles that are crushed houses which are collapsed or partially collapsed there's just degree all over the place trees have fallen down and this is what we're trying to work and i can see you sounds like there's a lot of work which needs to go in for relief efforts how many aid with his have you been able to get a. yeah we're just starting there's a response we're not even twenty four hours into it yet it looks like we're going to be there for quite a while right now it is the government of indonesia which is leading the response
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and then of course agencies such as the indonesian red cross the court that response at the moment they have deployed approach thirty volunteers and staff we are also sending in fourteen water trucks as the indonesian red cross has become somewhat of an expert in purifying and distributing water since the indian ocean tsunami back in two thousand and four so they're using out in their response here in central still await me and now in the current disaster response and then as you might expect people are going to need first aid they've been injured there's always a lot of debris which is moving around in a disaster the force of the wave even though the wave itself was less than a metre high from what we understand at this moment it's still packs a punch there's a lot of power behind it and so we're hearing that people have not just cuts and scrapes but a lot of broken bones so the indonesian red cross is sending in twenty two ambulances fully trained medical volunteers and staff to be able to provide
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some of that first aid we mentioned at the beginning of our conversation the tearing pal you obviously ground zero for the devastating tsunami back you know to where you were monitoring recovery efforts how we quipped would you see indonesia is to cope with yet another major natural disaster. and we also can't forget they were also responding still to a series of devastating earthquakes in lombok that occurred in late july and into august so. the capacity of the country and then tunisian red cross has really grown since that indian ocean tsunami and fortunately it is a country that experiences a lot of disasters it sits on the the ring of fire so they do get a lot of earthquakes. so that that expertise has really grown exponentially since that indian ocean tsunami. kathy mueller from the international red cross in
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indonesia thank you so much for making time to speak to us. four indonesian tsunami is a constant threat just part of living in a seismic region but this latest one followed an eruption of krakatoa volcano which has been especially active since june the volcanic island from the sea off to one of the largest eruptions in recorded history the legendary krakatoa more than a century ago. and i'm now joined in the studio by frederick tillman he is the head of the seismology program at the german research center for geosciences thank you for joining us today a sephardic it seems this tsunami was triggered by a volcano what do you know as the cause behind it so we're just trying to get our heads or on what what actually happened it is that this isn't a krakatoa which is located if it's just emerging above a surface of a sea has been erupting for some time and there's not
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a very clear seismic signal so we're just going through very carefully for records and seems there was some activity but very small we wonder if you have you can see the effects of a landslide but we have only a very big picture currently but when you think of tsunamis we always hear of warning systems once there any in this particular area so the warning systems are essentially designed to record and locate the earthquakes in terms of magnitude and then if it's a very large earthquake under the sea then it will trigger most likely a tsunami we are still not really able to get four hundred forty seven types of tsunamis which are more rare most large tsunamis of course but of quakes but occasionally events like this this tragic event that happened today where it's it does not clear seismic signal associated with it and how rare such events. there are few examples of a willing slave triggered once i mean did you model of the pole remember the quake in indonesia early in the year which was
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a large earthquake but the real tsunami was also most likely triggered. landslide there was a case in one thousand nine hundred eighty up on new guinea. and so these lengths to get tsunamis to occur sometimes was associated with all kind of activity ok so could anything that have been done in this situation to either prevent it. or to forecast it in advance of the current state of the art i'm afraid no of course feel already beginning to think well how could we have done better as a community of two physicists and there are some weak sick notes but maybe could have been picked up if we had had a very dense network of ocean and precious sends us then just could have also been detected but these are prohibitively expensive so there was a need to look at new technical approaches to that all right now krakatoa volcano which we've been talking about has been erupting for months now but this is the first tsunami it seems to have triggered how much danger is that that this could happen again is very difficult to say i mean i don't want to cause panic but of
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course it's very difficult to exclude for events it was after remembered an eight hundred eighty free krakatoa due to option and that was of course a huge tsunami of course it's not up to that i said so i think that was not not happen but. just yeah it is very difficult to to. get to pick morning you. know we've been talking about the size of the waves that that came in as being one meter high is this unusually low or high in the world all of tsunamis how does that play. i would say intermediate i mean it's not as catastrophic as these to me to hide tsunamis which you saw in japan and those in indonesia in two fours and four but it's just you know just enough to cause devastation on a local scale it's better as a song but the effect of regions that were quite close to was also. very briefly why is indonesia so prone to natural disasters whether it is on this we have this
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ring of fire in the pacific but as of this one here is on the indian ocean side it's. zone where one plate goes and if never brings a lot of water into the system the cause of all. these plates like passage of a lot of of quakes well thank you so much frederic tillman from the german research center for geosciences for trying to or rather helping us make sense of this disaster thank you. time now for some of the other stories making news around the world a u.n. advance team has started arriving in yemen where it's due to wanted to a cease fire in the port of data a truce began on tuesday but there have been repeated skirmishes on the city outskirts the cease fire was agreed a talks earlier this month in sweden. rescue teams in russia zero mountains have found the bodies of nine construction workers who were trapped inside a burning for tash line a fire up to saturday at the mine operated by a fertilizer company russia's mining industry is accident prone due to poor safety
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standards. british police have released two people without charge who've been arrested or other who had been arrested during a probe into criminal drone use at london's gatwick airports the airport was closed for almost thirty six hours after the drones were first sighted on wednesday tens of thousands of passengers were affected. u.s. president donald trump has said he will stay in washington over christmas to negotiate an end to the u.s. government's partial shutdown trump is locked in a standoff with democratic lawmakers who are refusing to meet his demand for a border war with mexico that has blocked a senate spending bill to extend government operations some eight hundred thousand workers won't get paid until lawmakers strike a deal. it may be the festive season but there's not much political goodwill in washington the shutdown has hardened the front lines between president trump and the democratic party the republican leadership is letting the two sides fight it
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out. push the pause button. until the president. will need a signature or and try to democrat from home we will need go. reach an agreement it's all about the wall security has been tightened on the mexican border but that's not enough for trump he says he'll approve a new budget spending bill only if he gets the five billion dollars he wants to build a border wall he says it's the only way to stop illegal migration the only thing that's going to stop that is great border security with a wall or a slot fence or whatever you want to call it but we need a great barrier and if we don't have it it's never going to work last week the white house hinted that a deal to bridge the funding gap was doable but then the president of broccoli
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changed his mind. conservative commentators had begun complaining pundit ann coulter called trump gutless she said if he backed down on his promise of building a wall his presidency would become a joke now much of the government has gone into shutdown democratic leaders stress that they also want to invest in border security but by no means in building a border wall it will never pass the senate not today not next week not next year so mr president president trump if you want to open the government you must abandon the wall further talks are expected over christmas but the next vote on a spending bill can be held on december twenty seventh at the earliest. turning to france and a sixth recant of yellow vest anti-government protests across the country reports
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indicate a sharp drop in turnout compared to previous saturdays this following concessions on tax hikes and wage increases made by president emanuel macross government in paris the scene of fierce clashes police closely monitored the demonstrators taking to the streets police say about to size in jeddah vests gathered in the french capital on saturday half as many as last week across france numbers of four and drastically since the peak of the protests in november but those who remain a vocal zero zero zero zero zero zero zero zero zero zero macron resigned they chant the french president has made a number of concessions including scrapping fuel tax hikes boosting the minimum wage and easing tax increases for pensioners but for the yellow vest still on the streets he's not done enough thank you for the loss in his words it's not about money it's about justice it's about stopping giving only to the rich and not to the poor to the principle that it's getting harder and harder we can't manage any more
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on our miserable salaries. and get it into violence as dusk fell. as protesters held large objects at police one officer drew his gun and i was. the demonstrators some of their faces covered continued at the seat undeterred i. police detained over one hundred forty people across the city france's interior minister appealed for an end to the unrest now is the time for dialogue and consultation now's the time for debate respect and respect for the law. saturday's violence was on a smaller scale than previously seen but even peaceful protesters could remain a major headache for my fans government.
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defending bundesliga champions by and munich of making things interesting as they try to keep pace with leaders doc and on saturday at munich faced front foot a team they hadn't lost to in fourteen consecutive matches now you can make it fifty five ahead of the game it was clear that nico covert still has a soft spot for frankfurt and after kickoff it was just as clear he wasn't happy with his current side start to the match. cyrus manuel neuer had to keep out danny de castella. og. and then nicolas zuma kept the eagles at bay. by and finally hit top gear on the quarter our mark to kevin truck pulled our some sublime save six the score level was there was nothing he could do in the thirty fifth minute though as possible he grabbed the opener for the visit his
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was the game was going by and sway thomas miller coming ever so close shortly before the break was. was their visitors got their second in the seventy ninth minute their remarkable haul cubitt he with his second of the match and third goal this week was buying got another one just before the final whistle griffin here with an absolutely delightful goal to make it three wagner the record champions are hot on dormant heels and nico coverts heads into the mid-season break with plenty festive cheer. lights it hadn't lost a single game at home this wonderfully good campaign and that positive streak continued when they host advantage play men in a thrill out of a match nuke us cluster and gave light since the lead in the second. twenty
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second mean it's the kind of bremen blunder gifted to move vanna with a goal just before the break but the visitors showed their true colors in the second half max close the pool to one back to cut the deficit to one and just josh sargent level ten minutes later but life had the last laugh. with the game winner three two the final score. some interesting names in the sports field let's have a look at the other results from match day seventeen so far grabbed an injury time winner in hanover late because they were too strong for berlin stuttgart well they fell at home to shell cup flow book took all three points for home from nuremberg darkman one on friday and we have games and outspoken hoffenheim to look forward to this sunday let's see how those results affect the standings and the
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first half of the season six points ahead of by and. close the gap in fed false bug have a chance to live from frankfurt on saturday they will cause an edge into the top half down the bottom end three consecutive wins have pushed them into safety the winter break will be long and painful for the bottom three nierenberg had over and stuttgart. for now it wouldn't be christmas time in stain without the lottery known as al gore or the fact while it lives up to its name the world's biggest lottery this year handed out prize money totaling almost two point four billion euros the top ticket holder took over four hundred thousand euros it's a tradition dating back more than two hundred years. was a shoot sure i was just to get inside hoping to win more than just a seat in the theater. the rest of spain had to watch on television as el gordo got
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underway. some thought costumes might fasten their chances are people i'm the lucky think i'm going to win all the prices in el gordo obviously was. lucky frog might disagree but what to do with a share of that two point four billion euro price pours. here were monopoly game i would spend it on holidays and i don't know what else. also to pay off the mortgage it's up to the school children to sing out the prizes one announces the winning ticket number the other declares the so. much evidence is yes life. moves and then i thirst stage fright proved too much for this one i was and this one.
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who thought good news was so hard to bear that. no tears here though even just selling a lucky ticket can be cause for celebration. was there was once me great happiness because we know we have given joy to someone it's a surge of positivity for us because we spend all year trying to deliver happiness and with this prize we've done it for once. there's no single winner gordo pays out thousands of prizes giving plenty of spaniards something to sing about fifty a day right up yes. so go on holiday fest then pay your mortgage all right well here's a reminder of the top story rescue teams the searching for survivors after the tsunami struck the coast of indonesia on saturday night killing at least two hundred twenty two people more than eight hundred are reported injured dozens of people remain unaccounted for. you're watching news live from
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bringing bo have another update in exactly twenty five minutes in the meantime do feel free to. call for all the companies any information and scorching. on. our german christmas that express. your views expressed in that sense
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the markets here in is the perfect christmas setting. what's the secret behind this you will target magic. farms the right recipe. next on t w. ok you know this is you know five minutes four minutes. morse has a power and beauty combines he has it all. if it's in the pantheon of the great tenors certainly he's one for the ages. because most.
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this state capital of saxony known as the beauty on the river elbe. it's famous for its baroque architecture. and it makes the perfect backdrop for the city's many christmas markets. dish pizza marked as my first destination it's been around for over five hundred years it is the visitor magnet at christmas with over two million guests and today i'm on a phone. i'm looking forward to a stroll through festive traced and. tradition and must tell gio that is how many
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people around the world imagine german christmas to be well and in that sense the streets of marked here in the basin is the perfect christmas setting. we also had desire to see how this guy has made incense burner and popular souvenir . we take a tour through the treasures of the eastern state our collection. and our meta local slots we're going to bogota colombia. there are now eleven christmas markets in the piece it's almost too much to see. that's why i got help because john america is a city guide her first to the christmas market on morning markets where at the phone case she church.
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as a kid this market seems more old fashioned than others why is that i would use as a little to fashioned well it was actually atlanta behind this christmas market. old photos and it has concepts and build it up in the style of around one thousand nine hundred one not all disease you my. you see the marquis's the wooden booths the vendors did or did they wearing late nineteenth century clothing the look at this level old advertising for punch an exotic fruit or as we don't have that anymore i've used a can my word on it is that is old or and members also has almost no not viable in around one thousand nine hundred nine marked was one of the busiest marketplace in the city center and long ago the christmas market took place on the last day before christmas at the end of the fasting period in advent so you could buy the meat that
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process the origin of christmas markets first test doesn't it was full of i have snapped the christmas market is right next to the phone case you a place of quiet in all the hustle and bustle you could take part in a guided tour. or you can come back in the evening festive concerts take place during the effen season. and on the weekends there's organ music at night by candlelight i imagine it's very beautiful. and so we continue. with the fewest and soon this is the press session of princes like one hundred metre long history book. that we have over eight hundred years and thirty five rulers on twenty four thousand tiles just holds
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a lot but we really want to look behind this porcelain mural on that square another christmas market away he says in the shallow courtyard line of mark down stuart and . you know the good good. hidden between the storey buildings there is a medieval market. or. just what was this place earlier who had to be. yeah this is their stuff this is the still hold as a don't need in a courtyard of the royal stainless if you turn around you'll see the palace and hear the old stable of. even the long arcade where walking through members of the nobility could go into the stable have been put on the ama was doing what the ceremonial am of a wolf adjusting tournament's what. we call and it was entertainment royal entertainment the service works. and you'll
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never be short of entertainment at the medieval market you can watch people at work . or even lend a hand. but no wonder. you know why they were before the i'm. sure the work that we're going to see when we're ready to go home. opposite beeston cause there's the touching back by the august is the strong at this residence built for his mistress the countess of cause it. today it's all till the kempinski. you have. a nice ring to set up here during after.
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you. also start to have gustus the strong had mistresses as status symbols and one we know of was countess kozel. she left hand and showed off the splendor of the saxon cult the six she uses. bad involved. denies the leverage for us on behalf of the king she was the party queen of the saxon court a pretty cool job. saxon electors kings that not only leave behind buildings of history but also immense are treasures today you can find them in fifteen museums definitely worth a visit. to museums if they dressed in state arts collections world renowned. the always must
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as picture gallery is a highlight of the angels from the sistine madonna by raphael a motif that many are familiar with. the old must this gallery exhibits more than three hundred works dating from the fifteenth to eighteenth century. from titian. to rembrandt. here you'll find works by some of the greatest artists in history i see that this is one of the richest collections in europe it's good to get an insight into things that weren't on my radar at all out of place as a local i sometimes come to see this myself to see what tourists find so great about our city you to listen to train until stuff and this is. the most crazy stuff for. gold and precious gems sparkle in the green vault.
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the saxon prince alecto gustus the strong cup this treasure chain the votes between seventeen twenty three in seventeen thirteen. this masterpiece is the throwing of the grand or ends with five thousand eight hundred diamonds. simona ciphered explains the treasures hand to tourists from around the world. and its high it guys it's a journey through history from the rene songs to neo classicism. and we can of course admire the propriety of gems in the area between them. a time when splendor pomp and pageantry were especially important ones. you can enjoy johnny close to the modern day in the world of contemporary art. that tranced an art collections fifty museums a life a cornucopia filled with surprises for their visitors.
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a very proud of this. cake like fruit bread this christmas specialty even gave the market its name. the old german word for showing. only original showing if it's baked in one of the one hundred fifty big trees in them to round place and it has to have the seal of the show and protection association. i'm going to learn how to bake a real story. master big group the answer is my boss i am his apprentice. why is the stall protected. it has to be protected so that not any old baker in germany can call their fruitcake dresden stalin. so we got the idea for this seal which every baker in this geographically protected area gets back all the coffee.
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but before they do that for they have to ensure their quality meets our standards international force inflation. which ingredients have to be in it for you not this the original dresden christmas stollen ingredients are always measured in relation to flour a kilo of flour five hundred grams of butter. and we have a recipe that we have to follow. sixty five percent sultanas. percent. and twenty five percent candy lemon and orange peel. if. it's good it's hard work the other style and has its price. and we have to work on it. always use the balls of your hand spend your fingers and back again yeah exactly and use the balls of your hands like a massage that's why bakers are so healthy. that you should have said that i don't
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think band is impressed with me. so so now we pulled the corners in and then finish it off pressing it together. but i'm not a natural. disco will manage to keep rolling it always rolling by itself. next please. it doesn't take a lot of effort and if it did we drop ten dollars to five hundred stolen a day. almost done. so. he's taking his out of the island so we can. be making story good exercise one point eight kilograms and
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a chant. in the news. this is the final product ours just needs the finishing touches more butter. that's not on the side. and the grand finale icing sugar that's enough sugar is good but too much is the unhealthy. there is no original dresden. the apprentice. it's not possibilities and there are a lot of things that shouldn't be missed did you notice something a lot of christmas decorations here are made of wood little angels not crackers candle arches pyramids all wooden art from the mountain range not far from here.
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and he is also a part of the christmas traditions to show you how the small smoking guys are made we go into the village of his life and there they have so many toys makers and workshops that the place now is called toy village. wooden toys are made in many villages in the ads could be a go the or mountains but design firm is the best known here you can watch our designs while they make these traditional christmas decorations made enciphered is a guarantee of quality the world over. these figurines all have a long history from not crackers to incense burners shaped like smoking men. marks one hundred fifty in about eight hundred fifty tobacco plants came to the. us and that's when people here began to smoke once more teams siphon craftsmen
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wellwood turners and they had the idea of making little smoking men because people here had all suddenly started smoking. but one feels they made forest as miners woodsmen village characters of those are the really traditional incense mochas. a lot is changed in the past one hundred fifty years or so was their use and now power tools and some of the smoking men are ironically firefighters every figurine from eva buyers workshop consists of about eighty pieces. regional figures were all men but at some point the christmas smoking man wanted a smoking woman over didn't think women should smoke pipes in public so she created the nurse with smoke coming from her cheek i. guess the cauldron when visitors come grownups sometimes become children again here
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in the workshop. they have eyes light up and they pick up these objects and start talking about the cost and that's good. it's the trend what. it is i'm not jesus recollect these things because they're beautiful fossilization. once you've seen them being made you value them even more. night has fallen and it feels very romantic i've driven a few kilometers up the other river from greece this is the thin it's district with its castle. once upon a time it was the summer residence of the saxon kings. now everything is lit up the light show is called christmas garden and it casts a magical glow over the park and cast. a two
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kilometer circular trail leads through the area past twenty light installations. capturing magical moments that's exactly what our viewer. from moscow has done he was in singapore for the first time in his life and has sent us some nice shots thank you anthony many greetings from kristen and here is your v mail.
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glad. next i'm going to visit the fairy tale reading it takes place in the dome of this building the guinea ching it may look like a mosque but it's actually a former cigar factory built at the beginning of the twentieth century the architect gave the building in oriental look to match the are in full tobaccos that were processed here. the fairy tale theater moved into the dome a few years ago i not be told skee is the director of the ensemble. i know this is this only decoration or can you do something with it as it's both
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decoration and a musical instrument and cloncurry. this how did you come up with the idea to have readings here for instance but they had to i can't i had a very old down to was just a metre fifty tone and lived next door to us. went down and because my mother was often away in the evenings and he thought my aunt would say you can never tell your fairy tales with me or your three like you measure those family towns and stories have been in my head ever since that time then here in dress to nine look for a place where i could tell the stories that will have them told by all this us theory come on see him last and that has what do you want to tell fairy tales you saw the jomon just showed up here of god to show down after all it's fitting
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a person was not going to specially for oriental tales or this week that's why almost half the tell us we tell here are oriental and the name is a thousand and one fairy tales and stories how was that. they found are there other events apart from readings dominance and we used to do readings open up a can read it now at every event we do we tell the story. but we also have instruments so we dance something that fits the character of the tale being tells. us that's a past or the last think iraq though this mission there are so many fairy tales and stories that are all somehow similar to each other. because they all express the hope in a longing people have for justice and health reasons and then hope and everything the human heart contains all here for the whole phenomenon i don't suppose you meant clinton had some issues some are still playing. and this tent is the speech.
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at the end they say advent is the quietest time of year but in my childhood it wasn't that way at all during advent my mother walked around with very red cheeks and the air in the kitchen was heavy with slap faces but what was in the bowls and pot smelled so incredibly delicious vanilla cinnamon and almonds everywhere. monday. from the we go to columbia today's meet a local slot one flipper is going to take us around and he will show us what makes his hometown so special. well i get to know everyone i'm one philippe lopez and i'm going to show you the most important spots in bogota the capital of colombia. joining along with our.
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first i'm going to get myself a coffee to start the day after all colombia is one of the world's main coffee growing countries. with local residents and with tourists i mean there are submissions consulates and excellent restaurants. and delicious coffee. is enormous we have just under eight million residents and the traffic is sometimes really crazy. and we're in the. historical center of the seventeenth century look at the buildings most are in colonial style and have survived to this day. the students
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tourists and of course artists feel it home here. now where in the heart of the capital the plaza. behind me is the capital. colombia's parliament where laws are enacted next to it is the immaculate conception one of the most important in the country and the palace of justice is also here. is that a high altitude two thousand six hundred meters above sea level at all when he goes
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high on. he is right next to the capital in his melbourne three thousand one hundred meters. that means that are you from up here is truly unique i hope you enjoyed my hometown to come again. back at the states unmocked where the atmosphere is best enjoyed by a night. christmas time in d.c. really is something special the whole city turns into one big christmas market just
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amazing. time for a. car dessert service. well i hope my little basin trip has put you in a festive mood it definitely worked for me and now i wish you a merry christmas and a happy all the big. boys i know. just yesterday. this must be and i was there at christmas time. since i got one i thought of the other one i thought it. the be.
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but not everyone benefits from the booming business. mix creation environmental destruction starvation. the selling out of a country that donkeys. starts december twenty ninth on t.w. . this is the debris news live from berlin a deadly tsunami strikes the coast of indonesia it arrived in the dark of night
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without warning and now in the light of day the devastation is becoming clear the death toll has climbed to more than two hundred and is expected to rise or come to the rubble hundreds more are injured. thank you for joining us indonesian rescue workers a searching for survivors in the aftermath of a devastating tsunami which struck a busy tourist region on saturday night the official death toll has risen to two hundred twenty two with more than eight hundred reported injured dozens more are unaccounted for now the tsunami swept the coastline along the sun to straight between sumatra and java it was apparently triggered by the eruption of an island volcano which sent a wall of water crashing on shore. the place where someone used to live now
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destroyed by the powerful way. it's just one of hundreds of homes and buildings flattened by the tsunami along the coast. the water hit with such force that it lifted cars and other vehicles. one woman spoke of the horror of the moment when the tsunami struck. and sara to the left of the i was at home watching television at the time. then i heard a rumbling sound and i thought it was the wind and the fact i open the door water came in quickly and dragged me out when i saw outside the sea was receding i decided to run and go as the water came again for the second time this is all. one thing that many of the survivors say is that there was no warning and they didn't see it coming. i feel traumatized as
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last night when we were getting our supplies such as diesel already and going over some logistics suddenly a huge wave came and we started running with all our family members. i know. this you know me as thought to have been sparked by the nearby crocodile volcano which has been erupting since june. rescues a finding out across the island to look for people still trapped or in need of help . but experts say it could take days or even weeks until the truth scale of the damage and the number of dead and injured becomes clear. the tsunami struck without warning dramatic footage has surfaced of the moments the water hit doing an outdoor concert along the beach front where. you can be a local pop group seventeen. for me as the read from french is down on them and smashes
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into the audience the lead singer later posted an emotional message on instagram saying the band's base and food manageable found dead he said his wife and three of the band members are still missing and he pleads that they'd soon be found. earlier i spoke with felines journalist question a strong my java based in jakarta and i asked him what the situation was like for people as the tsunami struck late saturday night. this is the holiday season so all the inmates and the idea is also. have been dismissed and since it's one off. beach for every one job but. when i heard. us that it's just. the. east coast off miss. this and us that.
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people are also aware that there is an earthquake or not but that it's nobody. feel of the earthquake. and. this yellow announced one was that it wasn't a tsunami but only the high tide because it's a one but then it was revised by the office you know that it was a tsunami to go by and not by the say snake if you believe but by four canning act if you see caused by it. and. since then i don't know if someone didn't want that than two hundred and one but it's the only thing. more than if i'm fifty and you're in the they are like nine hundred out of bed in the. morning the house is also badly damaged
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question are you talking about tells in the area being damaged and it being a high tourist destination can you tell us more about about the region yes the region is one of the closest beach and by writing. and then what i heard that. this weekend. we will. sample that. it is one that is. gathering off. company and also the other of the also that is a lot of. the holy day gathering in the area especially and. so it's. this weekend and just a long weekend before the christmas is quite a lot of tourists right and question
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a very brief we've now seen the scale of the devastation you obviously have a better view of that how bad is it looking. i. i can well. first i see. what i've heard that that's what i mean it's not that big also like on the one with a little soul. but then because there is no order which means that is. all are we also then many people as i say would be in the course so i mean. tap into place and i'm swept by the by the way and are also. saved that if there is this might be. another tsunami because that's all going to be like beef right now but so hot and i just know a lot of others. question that in jakarta thank you.
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thank you some official reaction to the tsunami disaster the indonesian president we don't know tweeted this deep condolences for the victims in the three regions he by the tsunami last night i wanted all relevant government officials to immediately take imagine c. action such and find victims and treat the injured and this one from the german chancellor as official spokesperson angela merkel expressed how deep the sympathies on behalf of germany the news and images from indonesia a shocking we mourn the victims' families and hope that many people can be saved and the relief effort is intensifying in the aftermath of the deadly tsunami earlier i spoke to kathy mina from the international federation of red cross she joined us from palo suno with the wishes monitoring recovery efforts have to indonesia's the last major disaster and i asked what the situation was after this
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latest tragedy. i have to let the indonesian red cross deployed teams of volunteers immediately after the tsunami last night they were on the ground again this morning and the photos that they're sharing with us show why scene of devastation something you would expect to see after a tsunami but harrowing nonetheless there there's debris everywhere there are cars that are flash there are motorcycles that are crushed how does which are collapsing or partially collapsed there's just degree all over the place trees have fallen down and this is what we're trying to work and i can see you sounds like there's a lot of work which needs to go in for relief efforts how many aid workers have you been able to get in. yeah we're just starting there's a response we're not even twenty four hours into it yet it looks like we're going
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to be there for quite a while right now it is the government of indonesia which is leading the response and then of course agencies such as the indonesian red cross support that response at the moment they have deployed a boat of thirty volunteers and staff we are also sending in the fourteen water trucks the indonesian red cross has become somewhat of an expert in purifying and distributing water since the indian ocean tsunami back in two thousand and four so they're using that in their response here in central still whately and now in this current disaster response and then as you might expect people are going to need first aid they can injure there's always a lot of debris which is moving around in a disaster the force of the wave even though the wave itself was less than a metre high from what we understand at this moment it still packs a punch there's a lot of power behind it and so we're hearing that people have not just cuts and scrapes but
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a lot of broken bones so the indonesian red cross is sending in twenty two ambulances fully trained medical volunteers and staff to be able to provide some of that first aid we mentioned at the beginning of a conversation that you're in palu obviously ground zero for the devastating tsunami back in october where you were monitoring recovery efforts how we quipped would you say indonesia is to cope with yet another major natural disaster. and we also can't forget they were also responding still to a series of devastating earthquakes and lombok that occurred in late july and engine august so. the capacity of the country and the nation red cross has really grown since that indian ocean tsunami and fortunately it is a country that experiences a lot of disasters that sits on the the ring of fire so they do get a lot of earthquakes. so that that expertise has really grown exponentially since
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that indian ocean tsunami. catherine wheeler from the international red cross in indonesia thank you so much for making time to speak to us. for indonesia's tsunami is a constant threat just part of living in a seismically volatile region this latest one followed an eruption of on a cockatoo a volcano which has been especially active since june the volcanic island imagine from the c.f. to one of the largest eruptions in recorded history the legendary krakatoa more than a century ago. and i'm now joined in the studio by frederick tillman he is the head of the seismology program at the german research center for geosciences thank you for joining us today sir frederick it seems this tsunami was triggered by a volcano what do you know as the cause behind it so we're just trying to get our heads or own what what actually happened it is that this isn't a krakatoa which is volcano it's just emerging above the surface of the sea has
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been rotting for some time and there's not a very clear seismic signal so we're just going through very carefully for the records and since there was some activity but very small we wonder if you have you can see the effects of a landslide but we have only a very big picture currently but when you think of tsunamis we always hear of warning systems once they're any in this particular area so the warning systems are essentially designed to record and locate do you have quakes in terms of magnitude and then if it's a very large earthquake under the sea then it will trigger most likely a tsunami we are still not really able to give four names for the several types of tsunamis which are more rare most large the numbers of course of quakes but occasionally we have events like this this tragic event that happened today where it's it does not clear seismic signal associated with it and very briefly why is indonesia so prone to natural disasters whether it is on this we have this ring of
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fire in the pacific battles of this one here is on the indian ocean side it is a zone where one plate goes into new from ever brings up a lot of water into the system the course of volcanoes and these plates like passage of also a lot of quakes well thank you so much for dicto money from the german research center for geosciences full trying to run the helping us make sense of this disaster thank you. time now for some of the other stories making news around the world rescue teams in russia zero mountains have found the bodies of nine construction workers who were trapped inside a burning for tash mine a fire up to that today at the mine operated by a fertilizer company russia's mining industry is accident prone due to poor safety standards. another day of yellow vest antigovernment protests took place in paris on saturday french police arrested more than one hundred people following clashes at reports indicate turnout is lower than in previous weeks the government has
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given in to some of the yellow vests demands. lawmakers in italy's upper house have approved the government's twenty one thousand budget was passed with little time for debate provoking acrimonious scenes in the senate the european commission had rejected the budget which promised universal basic income rapt attention reform it must now be approved by the lower house of parliament before years and. and a reminder now of the top story that we're following for you rescue teams are searching for survivors after tsunami struck the coast of indonesia on saturday night killing at least two hundred twenty two people.

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