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crash a buoying seven thirty seven max went down just six minutes after taking off from out a survey before nairobi killing all hundred fifty seven people on board. that's all for d. give you news right now more news coming at the top of the hour but up next world stories of how syrian refugees are just into a new life in germany on the spicer thanks for joining us. earth. home of species. the home words if you can. get those are big changes and most start with small steps but globally do those tell stories of creative people and innovative projects around the world. but news that could turn the good news to religious of shoppers and reforestation. to interactive content to choose the next generation of both of them
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took such action. news and channels available to inspire people to change direction and were determined to do something here for the next generation of the ideas the environment series of global three thousand on d. w. and all mine cut. this time on good stories. jordan recruiting more female police officers nigeria scouting new football talents will buy and munich but for us to germany thousands of syrians have found refuge here from the civil war in their country but many suffer homesickness or trauma from imprisonment or even torn. experienced in
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syria. random police violence why as the man on the ground shot up says the police officer taught acknowledgement knows police brutality all too well he experienced it first hand in syria the beating it's. you could say it's part of the daily process or the daily procedure there. if you do it if you did something or you didn't do anything it's depends on the officer mode so torturing beating it's part of the prisoners of their life or tonic says he was incarcerated in a syrian prison for six and a half months for helping fighters in the free syrian army on behalf of the red cross when he got out of prison in two thousand and fourteen he fled since then tarik has been living in berlin making ends meet as a professional cartoonist. for cyclists must also the most i've missed the forward to walking there but of course what i don't mess and i like to hear him on the
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committee come out beatle church this is something we mustn't syria germany and other e.u. states have mooted sending syrians back home but the idea of returning to syria makes tonic very afraid. also of the people who will go back to syria. probably they will go to jail probably they will get tortured probably definitely if they didn't do the military duty they will go again to the military duty they would send them to the form climate zone in the alley in the berlin district of noise cone in the past two years it's been mostly syrians who have moved here. one of them is twenty eight year old abdul rahman he fought for the free syrian army and survived several era offenses his foot was injured in an attack and has not since healed. i know i'm injured and i don't have anyone to care for me but my foot still hurts i'm not allowed to walk on it
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but i still do left and has undergone several operations on his foot and is deep in debt he says he's never really been able to integrate in the three years he's been in germany and there's no social life here there's no life here the people are like machines like machines that just work nonstop you can't understand them. to family on abdul rahman has decided to leave germany and go back home he already has his niece and for iraq he'll go overland to syria from there he wants to leave when the month is he afraid of being caught or even killed. a few myself but there's a saying that death comes no matter what might be afraid death comes to get you here too just more slowly. abdurahman imagined life would be different in germany but like many syrians no matter what the circumstances the pull of home is just too great. in
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jordan working women are still fairly rare but that could soon change more and more women are interested in a career with the police and the government openly supports the idea. she's in charge on the streets. has been a police officer and a man for thirteen years every day she has to make sure traffic flows smoothly on the roads of the jordanian capital it's not easy and it's not the only challenge kind of project what at first social acceptance was low especially older men more surprised by being pulled over by a young woman or even getting a ticket from one but now things are going better. to just tell you that hundred. women like her. come to the princess training institute for policewoman and to
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become law enforcement officers the training last six months there's also a theoretical part for example in traffic law or domestic security the trainees come from all over the country if they're from conservative families it can take some getting used to. come on at all but it was hard for me to be away from my family for two weeks for the first time in my whole life. it was really too long for me. with that stuff on allowed to reveal how many policewomen it being trained here but there's great demand. the applicant must possess jordanian citizenship she may not be younger than eighteen or older than twenty seven during the application period she must be single she may not be shorter than one meter sixty five centimeters and her weight must be in proportion to her height song to mr what i said my wasn't seven percent of police officers in
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jordan a female which could grow to fifty percent in the future an ambitious goal. of . china's government has abolished its one child policy but everybody still requires an official permit one courageous young chinese woman is taking the unusual step of speaking out against this practice and demanding greater freedom for citizens private lives for all and hanging up the chinese character for double happiness is an ironic gesture it is usually reserved for newlyweds but single and she doesn't want to be a wife but she does want to be a mother. so high as it is interesting to show what kind of yeah you hope to beat us out of wanted to have
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a baby my whole adult life had to fit. the whole i want to be a mother and as a woman i want to experience getting pregnant and giving birth so by me being it doesn't have that court. alan has petitioned delegates of the national people's congress china's parliament asking that single women give access to sperm banks but who in china where family planning authority is can still find unmarried mothers for unsanctioned babies she's realistic about her chances of immediate success wealthy who only seem you know him off with getting access to artificial reproduction technology is an unmarried woman is certainly going to be very difficult but i think sometime in the very very distant future it will be possible all on whatever your name has talked about her unit for motherhood on social media her posts have sparked a lively debate in a society where traditional family values do rule in
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a park in beijing parents gather on sundays to lay out their children's resumes for prospective partners and unmarried child can stigmatize the whole family women in particular are under huge pressure to marry by their late twenty's and. then you put that issue marriage and shiner is an arrangement between families everything that happens in that marriage becomes the business of the couple's parents and extended family but i want a relationship where two people decide for themselves how to live and whether they want children. allan knows those aspirations won't make it easy to find a partner so she's now looking for a sperm donor online currently she holds down three different jobs in the creative industry she belongs to china's me generation those born after one thousand nine hundred and often considered more individualistic and demanding. a man says she would love to find a father who would take care of the child without the expectations of
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a traditional family but if that doesn't work out she's willing to go it or no. millions of young africans dream of playing professional soccer in europe someday alongside fernando and macy. we sat in on a talent scouting course in nigeria that was held by the buy in munich football club. for fourteen year old jabril the next few days could be life changing he's one of eighty boys hoping to catch the eye of one of the world's biggest football clubs they are competing for selection in the buying to use world cup the ten best play as we travel to germany to take part many of the players are from low income families and getting scouted by the german team could mean a change of fortune for their entire family gets up at night i mean so many like
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the from my background have got to start leaving you with tonight's game for you called me out on the road for me. it's going to be easy because you're going to default to. the mound they're trying to impress is former by a legend klaus. now the club's top talent scouts because america it's a big opportunity for byron munich to find the best players and big talents here in nigeria maybe this time we'll find the next messi or cristiana ronaldo it's very difficult because we have our own academy with very good players but in case we find a very good player his level must be much higher than that of our kids because of the difficult legal procedures involved in bringing them over after the training to brill is randomly selected to receive a surprise visit from coach. it's a chance for the coach to see what life is like for some of his voice he tells the
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coach he has to work every day after school before going to the peach to train. before heading to bill's house the group makes a quick stop at his place of work here he's paid less than a year old to load up a truck with sand. a tedious job that sometimes takes a toll on his body. and i. mean if you guys just have to. have a better look into just what you made that was. at the house to bill is proud to show his special guests his medals his dream of playing for an international team could become a reality soon now that he expected and i'm looking forward to that which is just around and looking forward i'll be very happy you know you know the of my life. it brings you and your country. for the first time that you know that. it's the
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day everyone has been waiting for. f.c. by and fans are supporters have gathered to watch the national youth cup finals and it's time to announce the ten best play as that would be representing nigeria at the world cup in germany i just saw. unfortunately bad news for jabril to bill would not be traveling to germany this time but the memory of having one of his football icons in his house who stay with him for a long time. the
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