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they seek shelter. waters rising. twenty. and. this is. coming up on the program the female after developers using technology to make streets safer for women also coming up. did the cia boss to mind a violent break in of the korean embassy in madrid media reports say spanish authorities. and shifted to the margins dropping on the street typists barely managing to top out a living he did digital world.
welcome to the show it's good to have you with us we begin in the indian capital defending a sprawling city of more than eighteen million but constantly trying to international and national surveys as being unsafe for women discussions about women safety peaked in twenty twelve after the horrific gang rape of attorney three year old medical student in a moving bus street protests followed and so did a toughening of laws against sex from the salt but another thing happened in front of develop to walk in safety apps for women apps that give women some measure of assurance went out on india's streets didn't a correspondent common miles spoke to the women behind some of these apps as they look to make the streets safe for other women. figures of harassment on the faces
who come forward with their stories over four thousand instances detailing sexual harassment of women have been shared on an online platform called safe city these experiences are marked on a map in this case in the heart of india's capital delhi it did happen to me. but to the north did not meet victor it never could. still so i will always be. safe says he's founder l. summary disservice hopes the platform will help educate women about their rights having a platform where you can anonymously share your story can be liberating also when you read another woman's story there's solidarity and there's resonance because you suddenly realise you are not alone in your experience but she wants more by highlighting how dangerous public spaces are for women the hope is that authorities
will make cities safer studies say delhi is one of the most dangerous cities in the world for women by evening the streets are almost exclusively a male domain the roads are often dimly lit and there's little police presence. of commission the safety pin starts up to list danger zones in the city employees evaluate hundreds of patients of photos the pop form is also used in hanoi whereas aims to make metro stations safer my vision is to improve the access and the rights of women and girls to access all opportunities in cities around the world and technology from me is an enabler in that safety pin has developed three alps. there's also my safety pen where users can raise has safe they feel in a certain place. that's very clear one of the areas are scored and they bring new comers to
a city to determine which streets to avoid the company has also made an op which allows users to have themselves tracked by g.p.s. we are very clear of that only a woman kid asked someone to track so nobody can take a decision to track someone and so we're very careful that we don't become a stalking out. the apps are there and the technology behind them keeps improving but the real test boils down to how women feel walking india's streets. shortly but there are works for the women's rights organization jog or even delhi i asked her if these apps are really proving helpful for women. given that if you're not you can speak and be a solution because i think you have to be you couldn't die and up to date you know . so any application would just be but i don't go as mediums and you can never
really gotten be you know by using this to get anybody good at it give me the site be artistic be faithful than it can just act as one of those meet you so we can just so it is knowing your son wants it into what needs to happen what needs to change for women to feel safe or on industry. c.c.v. the bisection so all you have to really build a complete architected up state be you have to provide access to essential services you know that you don't die and infrastructure should be even inclusive for women the men should have a computer i do with they don't need me to be able to feel see if i don't see a venue i'm just you know only by like you know solution and not be able to. being that change and most critical five would be to change minds it so that there are no mediums as an only but i'm about to get a medium can get and be perception not. only important in
yeah we're honest as really about far from the results orgasms are very speaking to us from denver so much as big does thank you. to say that a mic story could be straight out of a movie would be a cue sure but then you haven't heard the story of the reports out of the spanish police and the intelligence service believed that the cia orchestra took a violent attack and to break in into the noted north korean embassy in madrid and that the attack came just days before north korean leader kim jong un and u.s. president donald trump met in an oil so what's going on the double reporter mackinnon is here with the details i did look to see you what happened fresh on the twenty second of february ten people broke into the north korean embassy in madrid they tied up beat and interrogated eight people inside the embassy one woman
actually managed to escape she climbed out of a second floor window shouted for help neighbors heard and cooled the police when the police arrived they were met at the front door by a man speaking korean who said no no everything's fine however shortly off with that man and the other attack has escaped in diplomatic vehicles and when the police went into the embassy they found eight people gagged and two of them actually needed medical attention it's an extraordinary story what are the police saying what do you know it's what it is they it's absolutely extraordinary now sources close to the investigation is saying that this was a meticulously planned attack so perfectly as if by a military cell so these are not your run of the mill bug list now the assailants knew exactly what they were looking for they only took computers and mobile phones with them and this is being covered extensively in the spanish media the el pais newspaper is reporting that people have police have identified two of the attack
because as you can see here and that at least these two attackers have links to the cia now we spoke to a spanish journalist davidson and as marina he's from another spanish newspaper confidence yeah well he's covering the story and he told us a little bit more about what the spanish authorities are saying let's have a listen to what he had to say. police intelligence is not entirely sure they're working on several hypotheses but they've identified several people associated with the american intelligence and also the mode of operation of the group is telling. today all the other lines of investigations are being pursued the conclusion is that the attack is tied to the u.s. . the u.s. denies it but here in spain there are clues that show the hand of the u.s. is behind this attack. so the suggestion there of some very high level u.s.
involvement now spanish government sources say the cia is denying any involvement but that denial is unconvincing now what spanish police believe is that the attackers were actually off the information about the former north korean ambassador to madrid a man called kim shocked shall now he was actually kicked out madrid twenty seventeen over north korea nuclear testing he is one of the key diplomats involved in organizing the summit between u.s. president donald trump on the north korean leader kim jong un in hanoi and remember this attack happened just before the last summit in the plot thickens what is the boat saying about now the north has said nothing keeping but what we are hearing from north korea the latest is that the vice foreign minister has said that the north is considering breaking off denuclearization talks with the u.s.
and that they could resume nuclear missile testing and the trip was begin in fact just so it was recovered into the studio and making things a bit clearer for us. next where once familiar sound of the streets of yangon is slowly fading the clatter of typing on the typewriter as they still all been used. panza down the street in downtown yang gone above the relentless drone of traffic the soft tapping of a bygone era. the typewriting still define the digital age and. maintain these roadside shop i've been a fixture here for forty years so time has taken its toll on men and machine. again you know in the past i could type seventy eighty or even one hundred words a minute now i'm getting all my hands can't move as fast you know i mean if. everything from novels to contracts and court documents and he's built up
a bank of loyal customers. i get my documents down here because it's cheap i get a ship's duty was talked up once a month. to the. twenty first century technology has been slow to arrive in myanmar for most people computers are still expensive luxuries and there's often no way to plug them in. but whenever i come i don't have electricity here that's why we use typewriter i keep my computer at home. and. talk to toss it up to talking business in ninety ninety five now it appears it's days are numbered. but when i used to type two hundred or three hundred pages a day before i used to type statements or tables but now some offices just do it online the. demand is also dwindling for typewrite repairers when women tell you
i've been to shop a decade ago there were twenty on this street today he's the only one left. up on the docket it's the computer age we can print and make copies easily it doesn't take long unlike the full everything is very fast. the writing is on the wall for me a mouse typists but for now the pleasure of keys is still a familiar sound in young girls. many more sob stories on our website that stood up to dot com slash issue and you can check book page as well. even now with the pictures of young people from countries across south korea. and older students are joining in on a global student strike against government in action on climate change and it's your next time.
many civilians. come including my father. i was a student i wanted to build a life for myself. but suddenly life became alledge kind of. providing insights global news that matters v.w. made for mines. france reviews the flight recorders from last weekend's ethiopian airlines crash boeing promises to fix the plane so soon the american firm could face litigation in the us meaning bigger payouts to victims' families. zimbabwe once it's back up to kicking so many out but many of them don't want to return. and a day in the life of the turkish taxi driver rush hour traffic jams and passengers who won't stop complaining about the economy. and been fizzling let's do business
the world is waiting for add says the french rattling those black boxes and boeing is now halted older liveries of its seven three seven max passenger jets next come the lawsuits legal experts say even no new ways families of the crash victims may be able to sue the plane maker if liability hinges on system design the software could be to blame and boeing expects an upgrade in the coming weeks. what is it about these aircraft what caused the boeing macs crashes in ethiopia and indonesia and why did the u.s. aviation authority the f.a.a. wait so long to implement its ban after almost all other aviation authorities had introduced theirs. think that the f.a.a. was too slow by about twenty four hours other countries were quicker off the mark but then the f.a.a. is answerable to the white house which in turn has close contacts with.