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this week on full story. africa's funniest just woman. anti semitism in front. but first we turn to poland it's been twenty years since the country became a member of nato these days u.s. troops are deployed is full of east as the border with russia a situation perceived by moscow as a place in provocation. but these are not pictures of an actual war it's an exercise in case of emergency jonathan oakes has been stationed for six months in northeast simponi and through the russian border a long way from his home state tennessee in the u.s. he previously did two tours of today in iraq as
a tank gunner completely did not have the requisite combat mission to bring the busy focus on. mission throughout the day throughout the week. here we're focused on training with our friends nobody here they are working with nato partners. it's one of nearly a thousand nato soldiers from various countries helping put on the shelf force the occasion poland is celebrating twenty years as a nato member. it's a demonstration of power also meant for the polish president. who we're quite proud you remember when you know quick response task force troops which protect us in the eastern flank of the alliance who are stationed here.
really is that i'm not here. i hope that they will increase their presence sooner or worse. especially since the ukraine crisis and the annexation of crimea many poles few russia's threat that's why the u.s. has sent extra troops to nader's eastern flank as a deterrent there are around five thousand u.s. soldiers and poland. that it'll town of forces near the nato base has been profiting from the presence of so many u.s. soldiers ochs and others frequently visited he says he does not feel threatened that the russian border is less than one hundred kilometers away. i wouldn't say a burden that all. our nato partners manny off the townspeople feel safe for now that the americans are here at oaks favorite restaurant people no longer fear russia. family civil service. we're less afraid of them
coming here or bombing because. we think we can depend on the americans. and one of the guys we believe will help us is in case it comes to a conflict with russia. poland has been calling for a permanent u.s. spies for years but for the time being the soldiers are only stationed here for short term oaks will soon return to tennessee he's especially looking forward to being with the same daughter again homie so only briefly right after she was born. to uganda now with susan wanky it was crowned the twenty eighteen national rally champion she's the first woman in africa to win the national title immeasurably now
the world is fast becoming an inspiration for women beyond my to sport. what a sport funds in uganda will do anything to cheer their teams five feet high adrenalin sport has a big following among both men and women five but things look quite different in a corporate. via just over fifty licensed drivers international wryly championship . almost exclusively men but the phrase one woman who runs some on the base. when i had just gotten little did they know that these sorts of cars i was young by then and that this young lady who had come up to challenge man everybody despised me that is a lady the speeds. or whatever over. mistakes in the national championship are high and susan more often gets nervous when her
rivals are on the truck. and fast seal become. yes. but let our own when you get to the tat when i get to the stats and i drop all the fellows. it is not easy. hock or driver knows how to give someone a boast when the competition is stiff. so i also tend to be a lady that morning such a moment when she feels likely to be depressed that the guy's a fussed on how there is still i know we are fussed. the team structure just seems to be playing golf when she's since all this super lead to as she's known to have funds come b. and cut your book. in twenty eleven longest surprised me when she won uganda as national rally championship. she wanted to get in last year the only african woman
if a twitch of such wrestling success i remember myself oh nice. intel everything. as long as i live in. my so from the wife to have funds and especially to women who want is an icon of empowerment onto her royal appears she is a rival to be reckoned with radiate watched at the competition with. a wave of anti-semitic attacks in france has left many jewish communities there feeling uneasy france is home to nearly half a million jews but now the violence is prompting some to leave the country many are choosing to go to israel. to defy the benefit of our so-called is not one will go to hospital in lunch on loan is preparing for shabat it's friday and tonight he's meeting other members of his jewish congregation together they are going to read the sabbath prayer is the thirty four year old is an active member of the jewish
community here in paris being jewish is important to him but so is being french that's why the increase in violence disturbs him so much. the best part is all cities with their insults vandalism and sometimes even cases of murder for us that means staying aware and alert and always keeping an eye out we wouldn't have to do that if we didn't feel threatened now we're also asking ourselves is france really the right place for us. around half a million jews live in france the third largest community behind israel in the u.s. last year there were more than five hundred anti-semitic offenses here in increase of around seventy five percent. falsely califano president of the umbrella organization representing france's jewish community is also alarmed he says the real figures are much higher as not every offense is registered he's most concerned
for the young. is awful sharif we're noticing that in some regions jewish children are no longer going to public schools you know they're being pulled out because they can't have a normal school day they're being insulted and their physical safety can't always be guaranteed. back in the synagogue young ballerinas are practicing for a big performance. the synagogue offers jewish children an afterschool program which parents gladly make use of delphin tell you have is the mother of three sons she tells us one of them has moved to israel because he feels safer being jewish there delfin says she is shocked by the rhetoric she hears she thought it was a thing of the past. or not they should get is when we hear things like go back home jew it hurts us deeply. you feel threatened.
in launch a mom says he will never conceal the fact that he's jewish despite the dangers loser make a fugitive i've never hidden the fact that i'm jewish and i won't do that now when i go to the synagogue for sure but i will my kippah and i will continue to do so much social will. but when it came to the question of whether he would let his own children wear a key part in public in line couldn't give us an answer. and now also our last stop pakistan a few women that dare to ride bicycles for fear of being seen as an islamic but one community group is defying the rules chimay in a car and went to meet them and sent us this report from karachi. getting to grips with the first bicycle every sunday morning very much harm it joins her friends at her local cycling club for the eleven year old this is
a totally new and sometimes daunting experience. initially i dragged his bike along with my feet then i slowly learned how to control it i love the fact i can right now. i wish i could cycle every day with my friends as it makes me feel really good. it's quite rare to see the men on bicycles in pakistan as many think it is as they have to straddle a seat but these attitudes are also part of a vital patriarchal culture. with the know how society doesn't feel right about girls sorting out in the streets it doesn't usually happen here but it's common abroad where. it doesn't feel right but it's ok they're only riding around locally. what can we say to those parents who allow their daughters to run bar
school should be joyous around to which all. women socializing in public is still viewed as a threat to public morality it is to come to these norms that a group of women said to believe he goes kathy there also organizes bike rides well . i'm a banker nonono want one but at the start we were harassed and some boys even tried to take us off our bikes and it was tough but we won't stop that cycle and it's our mission to empower these girls and introduce them to sports which is also very important. but don't do deals are slowly changing them a spirit were reluctant to allow her to join the cycling club at first but soon changed their mind. telling my family and my in-laws both said that it's not a good thing and i should just stop her it's a problem in our society that if a girl goes out in public for anything say for work or even cycling people talk bad
about her but my husband and i think differently so what if she's a girl she should go out and also progress when the cycling club began a year ago this started with only. now there are over thirty members and all are determined to keep begging their big words of fear and more equal future in pakistan. as long as the managers do not go to day nothing would change you know the banks to mine and so was the language of a banking money. for speaking the truth global news that matters g.w.
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