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as in football evoke such passion is dortmund and shout to both teams plenty at stake in this one will be at its opposite ends of the table shall cut down on their luck and true to form the title contender struck first. america getting his head on the end of jaden sanchez dinkins in the box sanchez who has more assists than anyone this season but watch closely the englishman struck by lights a thrown by shout to fans don't mislead lasted just four minutes this controversially a judge to be handful daniel caligiuri levelling from the penalty spot eighteen minutes gone more shouted joy followed caligiuri scorn amazed by salish sammy he somehow managed to be poor to him and defend this to the pool despite dominating possession dome and went in at half time frustrated by shouting and those frustrations soon boiled over. mark i wrote sharon a straight red for this foul and so it said and i would go on the captain
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disappearing down the tunnel and with him hats he sighed streams of the title. caligiuri crashed in the resulting free kick it really relishes these gains this was his third goal in his last four darby matches will cycle three assists in that time and if this was bad for dortmund because it was another reckless challenge. another red card five minutes after the last marius both the man dismissed starts up in a carbon copy of his captain the nine men refused to give in acts of it so let the far post pull one pack. but darby date belongs to shout. trail emboli putting the gloss on the victory for two with four minutes to go. and gets in question with flash. it's not a visual design always a different game to. normal but it's their game on this but it's like
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a cup match there's only a winner and a loser and it doesn't matter where you are in the table. you've got someone of unity if we don't win games it's impossible to catch up with. by an ounce of we. shall because last win and don't mind was in two thousand and twelve the current stats say this man who stevens five years before that would be somebody that title hopes history has a funny hobby of coming back home she's. really a shocking result there and one with big ramifications here for both clubs that's right i mean there's only after this the sunday games are going to be three games left the most either team could get is nine points three points for a win in a game. it's math also you've got to ask yourself you know to have two red card start one players getting kicked out of the thing at this stage of the game i mean where their minds mentally it's almost like they're not quite there yet you know and at this stage you can't do that you should have learned during the season and
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it's very surprising and also i heard that there are communication problems between lucy and five or the dortmund coach and with the media externally and internally also i mean he's known to be a very good coach but that could be a definite weakness in him and as for shelter even if they do get out of the danger of being relegated i mean they're not going to be in the champions league they're not going to be in the europa league that means they're not going to get that extra money coming in that means the budgets going to be cut down they're not going to get great big players and so both teams have their problems well there you go big weekend art so they think of a much. you're watching the. shifting powers of the old order is history the world is real organizing itself and the media's role is keep the topic in focus of the global media forum twenty nine teams
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today one out of two people is online who are we following whom do we trust to beijing and shape the future at the georgia village global forum twenty nineteen. if you knew it was marked i define myself as a man who of course also has his fluid or rather feminine parts has the conflict woman doesn't exist for me. can't they i can't believe in i'd have no problem to have the feeling that i'm not accepting the way i am if it weren't for those strict categories all the time in standard and in.
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this part home cafe i need about two hours for pure make up and sometimes even three to four hours plus preparation time on the day before course i try on the outfits then i have to shave here and there was a c.n.n. hero as oh so all in all it takes half a day but it's always fun and painting on your own face is also an article on really thin and i can exist home tomorrow now honey const far. we have company ben through the history museum in vienna. the art historian also office going to two of us as a drag queen. a form of performance that uses the stylistic device of exaggeration to blood gender roles. to some to say oh my hat when i do this in
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a museum i have the undivided attention and enthusiasm of the people because they have come especially because of me but in the subway or the tram it's a bit more mixed some people are totally upset others. and it's super to tie fish to a matter of you know home fans and so with some you can tell that they even feel uncomfortable and don't like it but all in all i still find it important that i do it even if the reactions are not consistently positive because i think that we should not push ourselves too strongly into any roles so stock in a foreign cooking sark and then in civilian clothes the twenty six year old german has been working at the art history museum since two thousand and sixteen not only with its direct queen towards the on a mediator has a stablished something new he had in order to question typical gender concepts. as
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a child i really like to play with dolls and polly pocket shop guy met him connect at mit in on the ten minutes and i love playing with dolls with the other girls in kindergarten and legal dispirit but i also like to play lego with the boys and build some rocket launching airplanes so i would say i was somehow opened for both without reflecting on and of course on a test of a perfect it's hot in tennis. then takes a critical look at what just defined us typically man and typically women also in art and cultural history in this work examines the view of old masters on gender relations from raphael titian to correct you. what is striking is that it is mainly men who have made history and thus explain the world today this would be ironically called mansplaining. men and women society is used to cut to go round using
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definitely male or female this is not always quite clear even if one would assume it at first glance. this is by part of me jenny no cupid making his bow many art historians already speculated whether their boy is girls and mixed and most people say well the boy is the one with the brown hair on the girl is the one with the blond hair and of course the boy is a prankster and the girl is acting coyly the boy forces the girl to do something she doesn't want the whole thing is of course problematic one could say that poor girl but on the other hand if it's wonderfully into the gender stereotypes we already have so although we can't rationally determine the sex of the two most people assume that it has to be a boy and a girl. can
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all read this team i think most people today understand that when i walk around like this i don't want to be a woman but rather how fictional character who somehow looks wild and interesting be viewed and listened but i do believe that drags the possibility for many people to try out their own gender identity. that is you know i didn't attend all support for ben drac is disguising himself again with identity an art form and does not contradict the fact that he enjoys being a man just interests and mission and i find it quite casual that i have the great
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privilege as a man to just do my hair a little and it will do that's super easy going to something easy go working. the boundaries between masculinity and femininity have always been blurred but so-called in between i.e. into general people is also a theme in mythology and often. in things of athena kept us in a panic and in this cabinet there was a small gentleman who took the hermaphrodite us a mythological figure from greek roman antiquity which has sexual characteristics of both sexes in those days there were men and women and people in between things. in fact it is also interesting that such gems were worn as pieces of jewelry so it was nothing strange one wanted to keep away from oneself as one from this found hard to avoid. for a long time the world was divided into man and woman pink and sky blue whoever is
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different did not exist in official documents at the end of two thousand and seventeen the federal constitutional court in germany makes a ground breaking building not taking the third option into account contradicts the personal rights of intersexual people. the debate has long since broadened for example whether there should also be a third torrid pace calls as heated debates especially among people who are not affected by it. all yes in the time out that i explained to the class that inform. omits already be close on the benchtop piece and behind them i decide what a band will be behind it acushla take us to an end to. the help give the seat and he thought that since i knew i didn't belong i wasn't
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a real woman because of what he thought if i'm honest i thought maybe i'm not a gender at all now my. come on. in effect us does what was my worst thought they'd get oh maybe i'm nothing windings. in austria almost everyone knows the story of the ski will champion was actually a man be a legit daughter of corinthian farmers was born in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight with unclear gender characteristics and thus into generally into sexual are people who cannot be clearly classified into the categories male and female with regard to internal and external sexual organs chromosomes or hormonal structure. up to one point seven percent of the world's population are born this way according to the un. coming out and then
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ask any club remember when i was a little kid in our attic they had a collection of clothes i was so happy there and i dressed like a boy i was as full of vendome gets all. if i put on my pants up there and everything after three or four times the clothes that disappeared the attic was locked and there was nothing left to play with fish one. and i was deprived of a lot of happiness back then me yeah. looks good food good moment when i. won the women's downhill world champion to idle in port chile in one nine hundred sixty six and the chances of winning medals at the nine hundred sixty eight when two olympics were more than good. i see from susan rice you. get discounts now.
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you know because she may go to get a cup of tea and if you get anxious they don't make. you being too comfy to see. the sea of oily. yeah like this role in this erica role i couldn't play it one hundred percent because it was only an acting role i was only shown how a girl moves gets a fun b.c. i make. a real girl moves differently though so here's the it's a we made the only now i see how i walked with a handbag the quick steps and so does a home in what they call a get in with a colleague showed me how to behave correctly the fact that i think if you give us enough these are the mafia ultimate off of the comedy then name a him but they know. me coming to. visit to his hands and say hey.
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it's. male female that was not. even clear to see mega drawing of the austrian national team off the puberty his breasts did not grow and his menstruation did not begin. clinton please give on to them and the worst looks were those of the men oppositely so i never wanted to become a man because they insulted me how can you now take on the other side of the sex. constantly it's stuff down a said he since this nathan. in all to ninety sixty seven all runners of the v. the austrian ski association would check by means of a chromosome test the result erica was genetically clearly
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a man according to the v. wanted to persuade him to change his gender to a woman but above all the o.s.b. did not want to be deprived of the gold medal. missy that. and that if these make it the ground had been pulled out from under my feet but i knew that only in sport i was some hack i was acknowledged otherwise i was a juxtaposition the one they smiled at point any fingers asking are you a man or a woman saying five beastly it's amanda that they'll have it. against the resistance of the family on the national ski association every country so many to have a male genitals surgically corrected. at the age of twenty
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you take up began a new life as it. they used to think of me as an ugly duckling and suddenly i was a handsome young man with a short haircut border but first my hair stood like that and like that on my sleeve cut. and of course at the i had a porsche because if i. had a new nine eleven and a great col shunsuke only had a nine twelve i mean i do know that there is a big difference in the stuff. that i'm. each boy demanding bass so on i wanted to strengthen my personality i wanted to show that i'm a real man and many only wanted that and in public it was presented differently i
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was the big macho at least two or three girls at night but it was a nice time anyway great to have i seen it said lots of. but it sounds like major chic that only the a for erica has been removed to turn it to eric. organized not. just to see him up up. east gale first austin when i'm walking on the street and if someone shouts behind me erica granted i can't control myself that quickly and turn around erica because a part of. i did this is the every case by me yet even though. even if she is a three time grandfather and married for the second time he only had surgery at the age of nineteen and usually lent. money into sexual children are still operated on immediately after birth without any medical necessity many suffer for the rest of their launch. in fact it is better to wait until puberty pain and let the person
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decide for oneself with the support that the it s. when that ended b s own in chain. because only they know yet what's inside them i can tell you whatever i like yeah whether you will understand it is a different matter she could and her hand was in so all of you have to feel something like that and that something else was on the ice. ethylene. acidly mask. this is first life as erika that was embarrassing to jaime i didn't want to know anything about this life today at seventeen he started proud of his life that was childhood sport i was supported on
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all sides but you noticed it's that i didn't say him badly in my second life i mean my name was a big obstacle and i was kicked with feet and hands these didn't get paid. if i had to go i wasn't allowed to be anything anymore and i think i was even more harm than at first mere going to pan be it serious. but. i've made it up because.
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you can currently choose from sixty sexes on facebook more and more young people describe themselves as gender fluid so they see the gender boundaries fluently. but what does this mean for the language. business whether old to be a strength a brutal full context but. it's
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a lot of i tried yoga it wasn't possible because i was fat. it helped a computer knew i tried swimming for the elderly but that didn't work because it confused them so much that i was so young. all that stuff that just didn't fit and this fit. as wasn't it is the case in roller derby that there. the task for everybody that also enriches a team it's not like some sports for example ice dancing you need a certain body shape to do it and that's not the case with roller derby i think that's how it starts as a sport that celebrates different body shapes that different body shapes are ok all at once in the changing room. before men or kids and if i mind.
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somebody even at the time of recruiting when we were asked to join in it was clearly stated it's for people who locate beyond the binary gender scheme has been actually she must follow up and it's extremely beneficial to hear this an acceptance of the fact that this exists. extreme for tones. cut to identify as neither is a menorah woman and describes herself as not binary content originally from germany lives with their child and partner in vienna when asked about the gender role three point three percent of the german population recently stated that they were neither male nor female man or woman this is usually not a question for the majority of society. you are used to this info in forms even if the possibility of a third option is dismissed as unimportant for many the cutter it is a central theme of identity. when seems to reach
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to just and if it's not so important i wonder why when i buy a shampoo somewhere it says it's for women or for men so it's not the same for everyone. does this move by them or that with every stupid form even if you fill in the address when ordering catfish you have to write mr or mrs and it's a mandatory field that you fill out this form of address and you only have these two options and you go to the toilet and have to identify yourself as either male or female. i mean i wouldn't have any problem with having a feeling that i'm not accepted the way i am if it weren't for the strict classification categories inched in this gambit. show that chess all back i used to fend off opponents slips broken elbows and sprained ankles
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a part of the game. i. was a typical female sport. i think this question is a bit difficult what is typically female we are just people who play a full contact sport and of course it's rough because it's a full contact sport. i'm an affiliate yes of course for historical reasons i don't know why one sees women as the weaker sex and i don't see the reason is it in company we play it so it's typically female i say so too. sports is also understood by its operate says as a statement against prevailing gender cliches the club is the only team worldwide
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to have its own male cheerleader troupe to achieve. and when i go to a sports store and want to buy clothes for sports and men's department is loose a wide comfortable to wear in women's sports trousers are all like these yoga pants and this very tight so you can see every bit of fat and everything if i move around in it i know it is all i'm much more exposed to and wearing my regular sports with them on the. the. thought of you get to them that's the question we throw back to the audience why do you think it's funny when men do it but completely normal when women stand up on stage for an audience more or less in the tightest outfits and the crowd yells office and all of a finished everything and it's do you make
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a. good scene for if we were doing halftime football somewhere in the state league match right now i don't know if the reaction would be so positive i think we're in a little bubble at the role that derby right now moving was the. with the third option besides men and women it is also possible for qatar to choose the third gender and tree in the civil status register. i want to make an application as soon as i can and i don't know whether it will be possible because i live abroad but i'm planning to but it's not about wanting to be someone special or being a special snowflake or extremely different from everyone else but it's just the way i am that's on the on the little saw i was you said soviet speaking and i think it's much more pleasant to have people accepted and having to explain it all the
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time and have to take myself out of a kind of normality that is constructed there but just works within a binary gender scheme to which i don't belong. to the city miss evans thank you. how discuss i want to be addressed. just to be honest i haven't found a solution in german and it's relatively simple in english most people use they or i ask them to use it and that feels good and it's difficult in german at the moment i think it's best if you just take the name so it's just kata. and cut up as correct. but even in a world that only emanates from men and women it is not always clear how would gender just spelling can be implemented slash in learned all star how can the
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gender diversity be understood linguistically instead of england i'm discoursed asterisks are now considered to be contemporary in order to represent everyone. who has only meeting liquidity to live there is this team see further at this from a get a should. i don't google hashing about first and last of act like i was invited into the streets a four inch trade was hotter than a box and like to tour like this tournament that i said it was a partial knock i meant that this leaves. water under the bridge we visit a gender sensitive kindergarten in which there is deliberately annoying to a separate building no adult school everything totally progressive not at all clothing or even toys have never been so clearly divided into blue for boys and pink for girls logical isn't it it's not like we're born with
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a ping gene of course that has now only been invented pink is a color that's great it has signal strength all babies are crawling towards it but boys learn very quickly that this color is not for them it's nonsense to think it's genetic but we are of course promoting it because we have established structures in our society that have worked well for me it's how i. hear. the problem is of course not that the choice for girls are pink but that they are never playing for boys that means boys can't play with anything pink what's cute what has to do with now polish or makeup or too much and social behavior and these are all things that are only there for girls and one a little boy comes to school or kindergarten with his sister's pink skirt then it's your gay so this little boy learns i can't be girlish i can't be soft i can't be gay and i have to be everything else that means i have to be tough i have to be cool i have to show that everything that has to do with girls is not my world you
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might have it. stevie schmidle is mother of two daughters and founder of pink stings germany a numerous projects have one goal to reduce gender stereotypes so that men and women have equal opportunities to criticize sexist at the taunting and to give children a different image of masculinity and femininity. this is our book david and his pink pony a play that we show at elementary schools to show boys that they can like pink and be soft or are cool sticker sexy yes sexist no it explains what sexism is and what isn't and very important love pink hate pink vacation. on guns we think that. last ping especially in times of the me to debate men discuss that hold the door open for women or not it's understandable that society
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is completely confused we've had feminism for forty years now that's not much if you look at our cultural history and for the first time men are apparently completely excited and confused because now they say that you can't compliment a woman anymore and you don't really know what the right man is or what the right woman is and in this time it's of course a gender marketing which says that pink bobby cars for girls the blue one for the boy which creates an order this reminds us of our own childhood when gender roles were even more divided and it gives parents the feeling hey i'm doing this right i don't confuse my kid when everyone's discussing whether it's good for the kids to be taught something biologically unthought of many classic toys that used to be gender neutral on no also available in pink and blonde blue the term for this gender marketing the more stereotypical a target group can be supply and the more profitable the sales figures think if
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occasion is extremely lucrative in an industry whose global turnovers estimated at seventy six billion years. it starts with grimm's fairy tales it starts with princess lily fe on every lunch box or suck and it's always the little girls on all products for girls who always look into the camera or look at the viewer the pirates are always in action on the shampoos the puzzles the toys they're always in action and look forward and think about what their next step is and the little girls always look into the camera with a look at tries to say am i beautiful enough that's something we girls have been taught from an early age or ever since. corporations earn twice as much with special boy and girl sets. the manufacturer of the colorful stones and michelle the toys gender neutral subjects because it was all about one thing building such
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campaigns are a thing of the past just like the idea that only girls play with dolls or boys stand at the workbench. never the less a blue baby doll sepsis hardly to be found on the market. or. thank you for what they. claim i am of the second and so i wouldn't say that we've experienced an insane revolution in kindergartens in recent years. of course in big cities like hamburger vienna there are gender neutral kindergartens but that's not the average many kindergarten still have the doll corner for the girls and the act of one for the boys there's still a lot to be done. as
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a few there are definitely more than two genders there are definitely more than the perfect feminine or the perfect masculine and especially people who are either born intersexual transsexual or transgender of course find it incredibly difficult in this world where outside in advertising either the perfect woman in size is thirty four and one hundred seventy six centimeters tall and lovely smiling or the active man with muscles and strength can be seen we have such clear ideas of these only two ideas of being human that it's very difficult for others not only for trans and injure humans but also for the very normal woman who cannot identify with them or the men to cope with them. giuliana is a trans female the body ones have the characteristics of a mom it is not so until two thousand and eighteen that the w.h.o. states being tromso ident is not a mental illness and playboy germany is proud to have trans women post recently
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cosmopolitanism intolerance as a marketing strategy. transgenders don't want to highlight either and physicality plays a big role and how can you make this clear then by exposing yourself that is also connected with insane courage to really free oneself and to expose oneself and to say that i am now a woman i may have been born of man in other words there was a lot of approval for it very much a positive feedback but there were also fundamentalist on the other side who felt personally attacked that in their awareness of the values of. the media response to the playboy title it was great but one thing is important for football she wants to be successful as a woman not just the first transgender model of the playbook mr because i want to be a normal woman and not in between somehow i don't have that dichotomy madame man well i accept that that's not an accusation not at all but it was very important to me
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that i was one hundred percent woman. since she can remember she's not been able to identify with her biological six. and six but some and i was six i talked to my mother i told her that i wanted to be a girl but she already knew it was to upset the b.f. aunt it took a load off my mind i cried with relief she was crying i was crying and i thought i still have it good bye and. it's fun to say and i never really looked masculine and i always had long hair. but standish would say school days were not so great. the children get older. they get more hurtful they don't think about it i suffered very much that's become.
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i have slowly adept at her body to have perceived identity first with homeowners than with plastic surgery. at sixteen she underwent sex adopting surgery. as a d.j. someone long and given the sex change in the genital area well i get goosebumps just thinking about it it was horror for me i was bleeding for at least six days and i almost fell into a coma so i don't like to remember that it was completed. as it has done and i'm going to. work and so really every day when the nurse came and changed the sheet i'd see all the blood and i was afraid i was crying every day i was really afraid for my life took a wind. instrument even to have. a fall out is a model and was a candidate for the t.v. shows i'm
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a celebrity get me out of fear and germany's next top model. which most of us because i lost and that hit on my want everything changed my name my gender and not only on the idea but everything it. was. all. being a woman can still have economic disadvantages for a long time certain professions were reserved for men and even today management positions are often still purely male to change this the idea of quotas has been around since the nineteen eighties until today this instrument pope of course. this is even smith he studied neuroscience and found at a tech company with this one nobody knows better how discipline tape just being
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a woman is economically he experienced it for himself as a woman. so . i certainly remember this one. and this is my mother's house she still lives there me as a very little kid shortly after kindergarten i was already becoming very disconnected from everything around me. but it's hard to to not think sympathetic things about this little kid. today she is a neuroscientist university professor and berkeley data specialist tech entrepreneur and assault off to speak at conferences worldwide. it wasn't until the mid thirty's that she decided to have a sex change to depression even homelessness the road to her outing in two thousand
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and five was rocky. a trained best photo and message. was. twenty years insomnia and. eating disorders in south loving. and then one night i told my then fiance. completely out of the not intending anything to come from you want to know my dieter secret is that i wish i was a woman. they are still married today mane first group lost thirty kilos and at first women's clothes only at home only when the wife was pregnant with their second child did she start hormone treatment. after
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truly made a big impact on me you know some things were more modest or subtle like in the sense that is really a good thing like the fact that i'd be doing the dishes and then suddenly i'd find i just crying you know like i was going through a second puberty and and my wife was pregnant and i'm going to second puberty and it was amazing i break out laughing all the time and i could just express emotions that i just never could express when i was a man and i loved that i loved being much more open and we meet them at a conference in stockholm she talks about her like to stick my logical developments such as smartphone apps with artificial intelligence or big data analysis and about the difference of entering the world as man or woman because she knows both in this world as
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a woman she receives less money from investors for start ups and is taken less seriously especially in the technology industry. the amazing thing is even though everyone knew me before so this was an entirely new group of people the day i showed up as me as vivian for the first time is the last time anyone ever asked me a math question it was very stark to see how differently i was treated one day to the next and it was. really shocking. not that i didn't into it that this is the case but to experience it to feel it. you know to have people suddenly open doors free or thinking it's nice literally in the same moment that they say i like to think i treat men and women the same and like well then why is this the first time you've ever opened a door for me in my life. it was
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a fascinating experience the difference in pay between men and women is known as the gender pay gap prefers to speak of the tax for being different to the scent she collected data and evaluate it the extra work women take on to get the same job as a man. it adds up to two hundred fifty thousand dollars in the tech industry in the usa. if you're a young woman trying to get into the technology industry then you have to go to morley schools earn higher degrees work for longer periods of time even if you're equally qualified if you want that same job so you know you look at this the tax something different and you look at similar like the wage gap and you see how prevalent they are and it's it's enormously frustrating. because what you're seeing isn't simply that one person is being harmed and they are but what you're actually
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seeing is that the entire. world is paying this tax and getting no benefit from it there's no bridges being belt there are no roads being paved this is just heat loss in our economy it is us hurting ourselves. even though vivian million also teaches at universities like berkeley how is she doing in a world where more and more young people do not commit themselves to men or women and understand gender boundaries as fluid. after everything i went through and so many hours on surgery tables and so many years working through all of this and now some college student walks up to me and you know with a funny haircut and says call me they and i think how dare you i work so hard to be who i am and you just get to ask me to call you something different and and then i
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thought what does it matter to me. this makes this person happy this is their chance to explore who they are. in food. and food. go to politics. keep learning marched reality wait a second we want the whole picture our facts instead of make ideas shift deliver us
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. from another reality to cryptocurrency your top picks for live in an ever changing digital world let's start with his eyes a sure fire shift. d.w. . street today special edition from uganda we are going to be discussing a very far the topic you gender parity on lack there all the time seeing. the truth and women being tricked him into his ok but if it comes to quickly i think some people may have trouble back into these new changes do you think uganda who ever be egalitarian the seventy seven percent and thirty minutes on the d w. o.
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sometimes books are more exciting than real lives. around. to. know. what if there is no ski. list. german must treat. this is d w news live from the birth when a divisive and uncertain to general election in spain many voters are still undecided even as polls open no party is expected to win a majority and the far right looks set to enter parliament for the first time in
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decades also coming up a gunmen attacks a passover service at the un synagogue killing one person and injuring three the country's jewish community targeted for the second time in just six months. plus a showdown in the buddhist leaders delivers a shock result dortmund's title hopes suffered a crushing setback. i'm called aspen welcome to the program polls have opened across spain in what is the country's most divisive general election in decades the problem for the party of socialist a minister pedro sanchez is expected to get the most votes but may not gone are enough support to form a government election is marked by the rise of the far right movement vox it opposes multiculturalism and has threatened to end self rule for regions like alone
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. lisa lewis joins us now from madrid where voting is starting to take place now lisa this is a snap election the third election in spain in four years what's at stake. well there is a lot of sake here when you look back the snap election was called a few months ago after the socialist government couldn't get its budget through parliament this comes after three years of spain without a stable government and when you look at the latest polls from this monday they are actually showing that none of the two sides the left or the right will be able to get an outright majority says it is watching this very closely indeed. now just like in many european countries spain is seeing a resurgence of the far right what issues are driving that bear in spain well the one main issue that has been driving the rise of the far right is catalonia and
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the catalonian attempt to declare independence they actually declared of the year and a half ago and the far right vox party has been criticizing the socialist government on a page or a centrist has been in place since last summer to be supported to be cooperating with the catalan sat protests and then they were riding that wave of outrage of spanish nationalism is going back to the roots and critics have been criticizing the socialists and anything anybody who is not who doesn't agree that spain should be a united country and these messages are appealing to many vegas and also to the young i've been talking to one of them a twenty year old law student who lives in madrid let's listen to what he had to say. i like how they defend spain and our civil liberties was to them and they want to cut taxes are still important to the gender ideology to promote abortion and criminalizes mouth a lot of. young people are sick of our traditional politicians doing the opposite
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of what they promise and. tell us more about this box party i mean they're kind of in the new kids on the blog. yeah they were founded about five years ago by former members of the people's party of the center right party they won the first few seats in parliament and under lucy and alysia in december last year and today actually there are the elections taking place in violence in eastern spain where they also set to win seats in parliament now their supporters are saying what we really like about them is that they speak their mind you know they openly say we against abortion be against a feminist ideas against gender ideology and we should go back to traditional values is obviously everybody's really watching how much support they're going to get because it's kind of difficult to predict how many people will vote for the votes party given that they haven't really creamed off
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a lot of votes in any earlier national elections so it's going to be a very game probably going down to the wire and it's going to be a very tense election campaign people will be watching the results all right a big day there in spain lisa louis thank you very much. thank you police are investigating a deadly shooting at a california synagogue that killed one person and wounded three others officials are calling it a hate crime and are probing a link with an earlier fire at a nearby mosque the shooting on believe last day of passover comes just six months after a gunman killed eleven people at another u.s. and a dog. places of worship used to be centuries now nowhere seems sacred a gunman entered the chabad synagogue in power in california as worshippers marked the final day of passover he opened fire with a high powered rifle killing one woman and wounding three more people including the rabbi. my friend was going to hit you she said.
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she's. try to. stop. if you don't have to take. a suspected nineteen year old gunman fled the scene by car but was stopped on a highway and arrested shortly after police say his motivation may be detailed in a letter posted online we are collecting digital evidence and we're aware of his manifesto which we are in the process of reviewing determine its validity and authenticity. politicians were quick to call the attack the outcome of hate. at this moment it looks like a hate crime but my deepest sympathies to all of those affected. will get to the bottom of it on sure now. this is not how away we always walk with our arms around each other and we will walk through this tragedy with our arms around each other
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the attack comes just six months after a white supremacist killed eleven people at a synagogue in pittsburgh. now look at some of the other stories making headlines at this hour in sri lanka the archbishop of colombo has held a private televised mass one week after the easter suicide bombings killed more than two hundred fifty people churches across the nation were shot over fears of further attacks the archbishop condemned the bombings claimed by so-called islamic state as an insult to humanity. rival rallies have been held in the venezuelan capital caracas supporters of president nicolas maduro announced states in the region which have recognized his rival why don't as interim president i don't mean while i was own rally calling for another mass demonstration on may first. mozambique's government is urging people in coastal regions to seek higher ground in the wake of cycling kenneth officials have warned of flooding and mudslides in
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the days ahead as heavy rains lashed the region cyclon kenniff made landfall late thursday the storm is expected to bring twice as much rain as the deadly cycle you die did last month. pope francis has donated five hundred thousand dollars to help migrants stranded in mexico as they try to reach the u.s. border the money has come from peter's pence fund from church collections around the world will be distributed among religious congregations that are asked for help in order to continue to provide food and shelter. sudan's military rulers and a civilian coalition have agreed in principle to establish a joint's transitional council but the makeup of the council is still undecided thousands of protesters calling for civilian rule are continuing their week's long demonstration in the capital khartoum he correspondent melanie ball is there harlow who are there. was ever there. they called it they didn't but in the streets have gotten nothing and still working
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among the greatest in the capital just around it by the time. free to send her a treat him for his new status and cool seventy three songs and be at sydney's next not free everywhere. easy to release an across the generations is the overwhelming sound you hear all over town nevertheless people here it's a done people insisting that fight isn't over just yet. a lot of the people's demands have not been met yet that's right this will come here i've come all the way from good on earth and i'm going to remain here until the regime actually falls . and everybody here is united as the people give you a sense of comfort when you sitting here there is no fear. these people will only be satisfied when the regime steps down completely and paul is handed to a civilian transitional government. is incredibly well organized and cheerful
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protest we are witnessing here but one in t. is doing security checks revolutionary odds being created on the streets and cleaning patrols taking care of the rubbish. you can tell these protestors are here to stay and make sure that their revolution isn't stolen from them. was. well it's being called the toxic haze for weeks northern thailand has been rated one of the most polluted regions in the world the worst wildfires in years combined with traditional crop burning practices are blanketing the area in a deadly smog he w. correspondent charlotte will travel to chiang rai province where thousands of people have been left gasping for air and tourist numbers have plunged because of the pollution. it doesn't take long for a small blaze like this to turn into
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a rampant wildfire. that's something regional pretty trim some know only too well this month in northern thailand saw some of the most devastating forest fires in years and the danger is not over yet. this is a new fire the trees are very dry here. massive areas of land bent to ash and the damage doesn't and that. this is what happens when you mix forest fires with heavy pollution it's being called a toxic hate lingering smoke anoxia steams creating a dangerous cocktail of the. two weeks chiang rai has recorded some of the west air quality in the. hitting the most vulnerable the hottest. eighty five year old man let's jenks from penn has lived here all his life he and his wife say the pollution has never been this bad. i couldn't see clearly it made my eyes
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water they were really painful i'm afraid the small could get even worse and last even longer. pollution related health problems have surged health workers say they're struggling to cope yeah. it's really bad extremely bad i was not prepared for this let me sometimes even i can't breathe well and have to get medical help no matter what we do it's just not enough. emergency services blame the wildfires on an unusually dry some of. the day that the fires could become the norm and authorities want to be ready. this fire team doesn't want to be caught off guard again that building dozens of downs like this one across these mountains that stopping the fires from spreading and
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holding water to put them out people here are now just praying for the rainy season to hit and put an end to this toxic might minute for this year at least. sports now and saturday's blueness league action included one of the biggest games of the season as dortmund host a bitter rivals shall go with dortmund battling with biron for the title and shocker not yet safe from miller geisha there were ramifications for both sides here and the results shocked the bundesliga. few gains in football evoke such passion is dortmund again shocker to both teams plenty at stake in this one will be at its opposite ends of the table shall cut down on their luck and true to form the title contender struck first. harry got sick getting his head on the end of jade in sanchez dinkins in the box sanchez who has more assists than anyone this season but watched closely the englishman struck by lights are thrown by shout to fans don't
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mislead lasted just four minutes this controversially a judge to be handful daniel caligiuri leveling from the parents the sport eighteen minutes gone more shout to joy followed caligiuri scorn amazed by sally sammy he somehow managed to be for jordan defenders to the pool despite dominating possession dome and went in at half time frustrated by shout and those frustrations soon boiled over. mark or roy showing a straight red for this foul on so it said an hour ago on the captain disappearing down the tunnel and with him perhaps the side streams of the title. caligiuri crashed in the resulting free kick he clearly relishes these gains this was his third goal in his last four darby matches has also called three assists in that time and if this was bad for dortmund it got worse another reckless challenge.
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another red card five minutes after the last marius both the man dismissed starts up in a carbon copy of his captain the nine men refused to give in acts of it so at the far post. home run back. belongs to shout. pitching the gloss on the victory. with four minutes to go. from guelph and passion with enough. coming up next can artificial intelligence help save endangered species to use technology show shifts as the answer for you in a moment and will be back with more news in the. hear what's coming up on the display you have lenten to talk about here on.
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the ground is lisa every weekend here. in the worst part is it right to survive. but all. the dangerous. floods and droughts climate change become the main driver of mass migration you can write any apocalyptic scenarios you want and probably most of them to come from. the climate starts here thirty years on t.w. . if you stream the video today i certainly have and that's not good for the environment but i saw a lot of data in the cloud instead of putting it out so that should reduce my environmental footprint or does it just how green is our digital lifestyle today on ship.
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did you know that every google search consumes electricity zero point three watt hours to be precise. that's what a sixty watt lightbulb consumes in eighteen seconds it may not sound like much but when you consider that google processes three point five billion search requests every day it adds up so should be do without google i can't imagine it to be honest even though it would save energy the internet is too much a part of my life offline alternatives do exist of course like going to an actual store instead of ordering online or using a good old fashioned map instead of a sat nav. can we make the digital revolution more sustainable we spoke with environmental economist stephan longo in the small green world he tries to answer the question so what really is better for the environment. renting a d.v.d.
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or streaming a movie generally speaking watching a d.v.d. consumes less electricity because transmitting data from the cloud uses lots of energy but if you drive to the video store that increases the environmental burden . of them one by thoughts can make you drive more than twenty kilometers streaming is better and less than that a d.v.d. is better if you walk to pick it up a d.v.d. is always better than a cabinet to clean out. the rule of thumb here is that it's best to print lanced unsafe paper. if we're only talking about files and documents the cloud is greener a paperless office is the way to go. free market or. purchasing things a free market is more environmentally friendly online shopping consumes electricity and then there's transportation packaging to both of which result in significant c o two emissions like of all the things you can do online is sensible since it's
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a secondhand online market. being used is better than buying new one amazon sorts of culture take a book or louisiana here it depends on your own habits the more books you read on the reader instead of an appointed version the greater the environmental benefits. the tipping point comes between thirty and fifty books that's when a new reader becomes greener than paper. shopping mall or online shopping a brick and mortar store is still more environmentally friendly delivering individual consciousness to your doorstep is energy efficient. if it were working at full capacity online shopping could be more environmentally friendly ironically though when you shop online your. rodge with advertising which makes you consume even more. like she's very easy to do streaming storing files in a canal shopping online it will take just a few clicks but the fact is even an energy efficient process if you repeat it
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often enough and stopping precinct energy consumption so if you still isn't automatically green. digitalisation isn't going to increase distain ability automatically we need to transform society and the economy to make it sustainable and then see what positive role digitalisation complaining that the. digitalisation doesn't always make things more environmentally friendly so it's worth thinking about which solutions are more beneficial take sharing that form for example the sharing economy is booming nowadays we can share cars bicycle apartments in name it and that called all your for instance lets you share food that would otherwise be thrown away anyone can use it private individuals supermarkets and restaurants it's a clever use of mobile technology what are you with thoughts on this stephan longer . sharing economy the sharing economy is
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a great idea. digitalisation has been good for some things food sharing sort of thing. but it's important to realize that there are also some negative examples. so . there have been several studies on car sharing and they've concluded that people tend to use car sharing instead of walking for taking the subway. or when reality it's like a substitute for buying a car. so caution erring may actually put more cars on the street and it doesn't seem to affect the number of new cars purchased and what about our buying habits when it comes to smartphones i'm already on my tan which does make me feel a little ashamed. and i'm just one of many people who always want the latest and best in the seven billion smartphones were manufactured between two thousand and seven and two thousand and seventeen at a high cost for the environment first the other raw materials smartphones use rare earth and precious metals from cobalt in the battery to india in the touchscreen
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they have to be mined and chemically processed all of which is environmentally damaging. companies invest heavily in advertising to get us to buy the latest devices as a result many smart phones are replaced even though they still work that's also true for computers t.v.'s kitchen appliances that can hardly be considered green and there's energy consumption the more complex the device the more energy goes into making it and even surfing uses much more energy than you might think. that the fact that the digital. vast amounts of data so that users can access it whenever they want with it streaming a film using a search engine. in. transfer. of energy. if the internet were a country it would be the world's fifth or sixth biggest energy consumer.
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cryptocurrency mining is especially energy intensive minus one when bitcoin computing power to keep the network up and running that's power helps to calculate complex mathematical equations to verify financial transactions. being billed to mind it to estimated that each transaction consumes as much energy as a refrigerator freezer uses in an anti-aging. streaming is also an energy hog if you read the accounts for sixty percent of data traffic and energy consumption. in germany. are currently increasing their power consumption by six percent a year and that figure is ten percent unless we generate this energy from renewable resources are all contributing to climate change. and around the world the number of internet use this continues to increase last year it rose by nine percent. what
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can i do to save energy the internet of things or io t. for short could help the i.o.c. is a system that network smart devices a washing machine say well then only run when it gets enough power from the rooftop solar installation will be io t. help or hurt the environment let's take a look. heating and cooling a building takes a lot of energy. it's estimated that tons of that energy is wasted intelligent io t. systems measure energy use with smart senses and send the data to the cloud. barretts analyzed to see how energy might be saved. that is the internet of things continues to grow it will transmit ever more data and that to consumers energy not all of this data delusion is useful to the cloud or data center intelligent gateways can help get it that data flow to pass on only what's relevant
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which helps save energy. these smart windows generate electricity built in so cells transform light into power which you can even use to charge your smartphone. and smart sensors in the windows respond to environmental influences in order to help keep indoor temperatures pleasant while saving energy. so not even experts assured whether the internet of things will be an environmental boon it will depend on two things how much energy the devices consume and how much data they transmit another new technology that could benefit the environment as artificial intelligence could i help save endangered species and maybe help save our forests at the earth live forum hosted by microsoft berlin some ai experts and environmental pioneers whether it can boost sustainability and arrived at some fascinating results. ai can process huge amounts of data in
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a short time that allows us to tackle projects that would otherwise be impossible. ai itself cannot save our planet however i can tell you that without ai will not get there we cannot manage what we don't measure so we need to start by measuring earth's resources so that we can little by little improve how we monitor model and ultimately manage earth resources for example the wild need project identifies and tracks wildlife populations photographs of animals or uploaded onto an open source platform for researchers and private citizens and ai system identifies each animal by its markings and other features and records of the location and times the image was captured that allows scientists to monitor migration patterns for example. and lets users trace the movements of an animal they photographed on their last
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holiday. to sylvia tara start up wants to use it to improve forest management in the united states the software assesses forests using satellite imagery recording species of the trees their height and the density of the forest this information allows for more efficient forest management biodiversity and helps ensure the water supply. right now scientists that are focused on conservation and are spending thousands of hours just sit through images by using artificial intelligence you save the time why did you used to take one hundred days you can take only a couple of hours and the time is now spent back in research instead of sifting through images. most ai systems that seek to protect the environment are still in development. how effective they'll be remains to be seen. processing all that data takes a lot of energy. for
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a project to be worthwhile it will have to be effective enough to offset that energy consumption. here's one thing you can do use a search engine that counts trees in directory of course it cozier says they invest eighty percent of their ad revenue and reforestation and conservation project for every forty five searches a tree is planted it calls it is a search engine mask and the results are powered by big now about you could you imagine only going online when you really need to watching a film on d.v.d. rather than streaming it and using your smartphone until it actually gives up the ghost could changing our digital lifestyle help save the planet changes like this just a drop in the bucket compared to what's truly needed tell us what you think on facebook or on d w dot com goodbye and see a. special
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edition commuting. we are going to be discussing a very five topic gender parity or lack thereof that i'm seeing. children and women being picked to choose ok for if it comes to quickly i think some people have to adapt to these changes do you think uganda who ever be egalitarian the seventy seven percent next to the d.w.t. . kickoff life. in latin america soccer event of the year kicks off in less than two months time complimenting can twenty nineteen. can we order took
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a look around the tournaments host country brazil. people only hearing up for a party don't want to mess. with different languages we fight for different things that's fine but we all stick up for freedom freedom of speech and freedom of press. we are in kampala uganda this is the capital and the rain gods have opened on us but guess what the show must go on because today we're going to be discussing a very fiery topic here gender parity or lack thereof it is in this country that
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the minister of tourism suggested that women should be added on to the list of attractions for tourists that god had a lot of reactions and we're going to get some of them right here so let's open this discussion with i suppose we'll come to you patricia what gives what is the current situation in uganda in a surprise egalitarian islam is concerned i mean i think that uganda is a lot like. you know it's very. so this is a country where i mean it can get on t.v. and see that women are tourist attractions just for the system country where. telling women that because they're educated. it's a sim country where an m.p. can get up and say women need to be disappeared into by their husbands you guys deeply entrenched in the paycheck i think that the few feminists who exist in this country and exist loudly are met with constant attacks so i guess in
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a lot of ways we sort of i'm only. ok you say that you have a long way to go but not everybody thinks that there is actually any reason to go anywhere monday you say that there's no need for changing anything society was created like this by our forefathers for reasons. i don't see there's no need of changing anything but i'm saying that the speed at which the women want things changed is what actually is very very a lot of course we all know that women they played the role of making a home for example i thought of them in. playing with the who and that has been the position only that men would come to these. you must be sure and that's where we're having homes breaking because they're running go from there ok let me get to the broadcast we're hearing monday here say all this is just a whole lot but lou we don't need to be getting into these conversations and i want to understand how much does a ugandan culture play into this kind of thinking to
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a large extent it does. for me my my opinion is basically the balance the balance between those who want to my suspicion we want emancipation and whether we really understand it because we were talking about in my space show and women empowerment yes we support the diffusion of the godchild for instance but then you get the child to go where to go somewhere maybe to into some career development or something or to become a journalist like myself and when you become a journalist you forget about the other roles of a woman. having a family or something how do you balance the two for instance you're married how do you balance the respect for your husband a new career. and here in uganda it's not unusual to find women being extremely weak it's part of culture so where do you find this balance between who we were who we still are and who we want to be i don't see any violence. there's no violence
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what's. what i'm seeing to be quite frank is men behaving like scared of the children and women being treated like children by the men how do you mean men are behaving like scared little children. this is how i want things this is how things used to be this is your role i feel threatened by you for example when you have male ministers having the power to stand up and say ok so now i'm going to put here in this anti pornography law that women who wear miniskirts it is now illegal because that's got such a way i was meant to behave like this are you to us i mean monday i'm going to come to you just now i want to come to a fat boy who by the way is really not at all fat. to ask about this lazy a saying men are just throwing tantrums you are just and secure how do you feel about that essentially i think change is ok but if it comes to quickly i think some people may have trouble adapting to these new changes and who is having problem with the pace of the change i think society in general because of the way families
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are organized will have to change the way the workplace is organized has changed and things are changing gradually so for them to be complaining that women are having it rough they're not given these opportunities something which will do living it's like they're rolling out the red carpet for women doing everything possible to make life have to go for women all of the women who are here complaining about patriarchy or were sent to school by fathers who are happy and proud to send their daughters to school i feel like the only telling half the story and i don't like the tendency to always blame men for all of the problems i see in this world and so to them and say chill out things are good for women and they can get better given time ok hold on i have to i have to introduce pass on here because he is actually a feminist i think i would say how do you feel about the claims that fat boy is making that the women are constantly blaming the men we need to. less than that one
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actually care benefits man unless we start to ten men that the particular benefits you are so hot you never know and start to think about transforming themselves at the moment of just been creating an overview but i want to get into the very specific of this everyday sexism and i think i want to begin with you monday i'll come to you i know you have a point but can you tell me in practical sense what it means for you to be a woman in uganda it means that my my body is not mine i feel like my body is. especially in regards to street harassment terrifies me any man can come up to me is entitled to come up to me and ask me what i'm doing why i'm doing it why i'm there. i'm being in fun tell lies every single. even i know he's there in front of me if i put it in terms of the leadership that we have so last year i think in a public service issued a new dress code for women that's extremely oppressive something like the one nine
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hundred twenty s. women cannot show cleavage women cannot have sleeveless tops women should not wear anything. which a gracious by the way we should specify the basis for women in public service men women on the list public service if you walk in the national hospitals any any public service then this is for you so it was one of the real question is why you know because for me just like women should dress like this so men don't like this women don't rape you men don't harass they don't talk to men like this of this is the logical the logical the kind of then. i mean i think it's ok i think i want to go back to the point that lindsey was making that this sort of sexism is not only social cultural but it's also systemic it exists in law it exists in organizations how do you react to that i mean you can argue with that my point is simple is that i think if you have a chip on your shoulder and you think that the world is out to get you you're going
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to view every over. that you face as a result of some nefarious actors or in the ferias class of people that are trying to put you down in this case men which is what activists will sink the feminists and i feel like this is unfair there's so many women that have succeeded who have gone on to do great things there are many terrific brilliant business women in this country brilliant women in parliament brilliant women in all walks of life in every profession look it's a double edged sword there are women who do take advantage of their femininity to know what way to get lax treatment you know they're going to smile at this supervisor and hope that he treats them a little bit more leniently there are some women that will try to date men at a high level some men abuse of power to gain sexual axes to women other women utilize their power to advance their careers ok it's just the world we live in joyce are you using your sexual your female wiles to to to advance in your career is this what is happening is there any truth to what five boys say yes that is true
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as to what you think some women have ignorantly done that some we milk a but let me ask you why do you think they feel the need to that's what i'm going that's what i was going to talk about because the fed does taking advantage but some in some cases someone has no option it is not the only option he lives oh ok there's a lot of nothing here there's a lot of nothing here so like i don't know like how you think that the plane is leveled just because they're women that are like taking advantage of the fact that they're women do you understand that they have been told that this is what they need to do like it is not fair like it is not enough for me to just be intelligent to be really hard working i have to open my legs for someone to sleep with me for me to be on the same level as you ok so i'm going to come back to monday because this question is actually in direct contradiction to what you said that some of the cultural norms which we have normalize ones like and things the.
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some of the cultural norms we have normalised may be normal but they're not right in africa we look at the woman's body as being socrates that is a window when a minister or public service or what you're going to comes up with the police and say look here women must be seen to be dressed because they look at the one's body as. an african team but no if you're very comfortable with exposing what we we look at bia then we may not see not only because rukia my sister was saying but doesn't that mean you have the body belongs to the man and he has authority on games you belong to society oh yes yes yes. no no no no i have to remove the microphone right there women do not belong to society and you are allowed to themselves to themselves and let them tell them some give an example let me give an example in the african city we don't live in isolation we believe in
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clans we live in we believe you know our table sitting in lustily i she did really talk about the issue of the dress quote i strongly support that people should talk about like i mean i behaving like. yelled rashid when i think that is the misrepresentation fact in the african city and is the protector of these communities therefore when you see things that when you see things that you hold dear somebody missing up with them remember that they don't believe in its own well well well well well well well ok hold on hold on let's get on with this conversation i know it's getting heated but i want you to respond directly to what he's saying you know the hi-fi thing right now because they're like this is what we believe in because it's talking about the african said to me well rick and said to me i would like to put you to him that the african sitting on african heritage and culture and history is built on the principle of oneness that essentially means that men and women are equal. is the issue of discord and what and what we need to
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accept that when a system that subdues reman and when someone comes up with guidelines of discord it's. a demonstration of control over women's bodies that is that is not that good is a protected the what if the system just trying to show that you are listening we have to control you indra sportin the wide that's why even for salaries even for salaries because assistants abuse women so those that did keep us do not think that women deserve equal pay like men it's just the system we're living in so people become victims of the system and get to suffer because of the system and unless we dismount of that system our long walk to gender equality studio it's ok i want to hear from patricia african a country so this is not a free country like values and dogma because there's not a homogeneous group every single group comes up with every one of our cultures look for the second the culture evolved because culture is made by people not the other
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way i won't understand so if your forefathers believe that women are less than you often enough to believe the same things and we're telling you this system doesn't work for us and we will change it at all costs because for twenty i don't know how many thousands of years we have been telling you this system is not walking and you have been rejecting that and i think for me the insistence on african traditional societies whatever that even looks like when men are also evolving you're not hunting the same way your forefathers were hunting but somehow you expect us to maintain the same rules and likewise and because it has changed for the gender roles you in the fun for the it that's absolutely like you can expect us to be in the same system twenty one thousand years later i think a particular i think that was a great argument by patricia how do you respond to that fat boy well yeah i am of view that culture does change society just does change and it's it's kind of inevitable and you know to my friend you know who wants to sort of maintain things
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the way that i feel. like he's fighting a losing battle because changing global trends economic trends will necessitate that society will have to change in the way that it is structured and in the way that rules are assigned to the various genders always even rule should be assigned at all and just to speak on the issue of. of you know dress codes and modesty codes i wish to inform my friends that the ladies that have to the biggest promoters and enforcers of modesty codes actually do women tran recalled in your youth leaving the house at fifteen sixteen and maybe a skimpy skirt you does like oh you're going out ok be back by nine but it's your mom saying excuse me where you going just like that i want all my life i want or in the workplace difficulty it will be female colleagues older ones typically who will be very critical of how the younger women are dressed why because they view them as competition ok well there's no i don't think you know that that a lot of nose had a lot of nose yeah joyce let me come to you james is actually talking about is true
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it is true that in most cases it is the older women or women into confusion like myself if a female if a female reporter came to office in red jeans a different and me ask them why they put him on like that especially for going to parliament where these it just going to ask the same question yes i would if his trousers was too tight yes i was buttons were up to here i would buy the thing is is about the system before it is the mother who would ask why are you going like that you're going to embarrass me that kind of thing that needs to change also it's not easy if i didn't give you the truth because yes you see i'm yes and so dangerous that it creates sub processes so we cannot be unsealed happy that it is the women who control themselves this is how bad the parts that the system is that it has created so i will prisons where you find women or prison for the women you have so we can celebrate and can talk about that you know we can. we need to see
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how do we change that system and i mean this is the thing i think that if you look at oppression as a systemic institutionalized i mean i just asked him i said you're a black mine on for thousands of years they told you because based on the call of the. inferior but right now if a white man came and told you you were inferior to me. right but for thousands of years you also still believe the same thing so for me it's a very clear indication that they understand the systemic nature of how violent the systems are but because patriarchy for the most part appears to benefits men. then they're just like ok well you know sexism racism yeah that's bad but you know sexism well but women need to just be a little bit more patient would you have been patients if like you said you know what you're less would you think ok i'm negotiating with you please let me be kind to you know you would very quickly counter that narrative and it's the same thing because sexism is a systemic as violent as racism is a stop to this image as generally all this oppressive systems work and the idea
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that women are like the one thing one woman internalize because if for all your life your mother told you to keep you safe you must wear a long skirt you must wear a long thank you then you puff those same things women are not telling these young girls to cover up because of competition because they're afraid of them because they didn't what happens how men react this is not the system wants and this is tell you because it's all right so i want to come to you monday because you've been told that you are being selective in what you want to change and what you don't want to change and because you're a beneficiary of patriarchy you have absolutely no motivation or desire to change something that you're benefiting from the change that you're going to stand it just . brings everybody she was saying that women must not. even one of negotiations i'm sorry sounds to me like you're giving me mixed stories here on the one side here saying we want the culture to remain as it is this is who
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we are this is who we want. now you're saying what i'm saying though for change what i see what i'm what i'm saying is that the college must not be deputed over. if there is a change even if something one preaches even if they call strays home full when you look at the. most of the. values most of them make. that home for the. women thinking that this system in uganda. africa is oppressing them actually i don't see them however you're looking them just it is protecting. them. i mean from my. external view fluency ok well done let's see how i do somewhere let's let's let's let's go through let's go through those questions one at a time you say the system is not oppressive it is protecting women protecting them against what against anything harmful that is x.
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dummy only for one second of patriarchy you just stood here and you told me that women belong to society we do not have a sense of independence is in the world also men belong to the idea so that women we all i think we all belong to it or if you just said to those that give us rules to give the roads woman on the roads today is so monday is arguing that the laws that are put in place are meant to protect us they're meant to avoid us from diluting our culture i just want to come to these ladies here because we were speaking earlier and you said something interesting so in this case for example that i'm to put a graphic which says a woman scouts can only be up to a certain point is not meant to protect you know there's so many people that have been wearing long things and still get ripped and feel good sexually harassed that is not the just how come we men the dress code use of the women and not for the mean what is this all going like it doesn't make sense ok so. yes something said
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yes i think it all goes back to women are meant to be seen and tired why is what we wear so important why don't you want to listen to what we've got to say why don't you want to listen to our import to our society why is it so important how we dress what are you protecting us from from yourselves so control yourselves and maybe you want to have to look at what i wear maybe you have to look at what i have to say and what i think ok now that we're talking about women being controlled in terms of their bodies and what they dress we're now in the wave of the me too movement and there's been a complaint that this movement while it is appreciated and very much needed has made men the other the violent one how do you feel about that is it possible to have a balance discussion about equity without victimizing the man do you feel victimized when i listen to some of the rhetoric being you know put out there by feminists it almost does sound like they're demonizing all men the overwhelming majority of men try to be good and try to be reasonable are there the psychopaths out there that
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will disrespect women in valid women of course they are there but i think when i listen to what the me to movement is saying it's like hey all men all the something when we do you need to fix this laying the blame all the feet of all men can you imagine how you as a woman might feel if i was in some way. assaulted or violated by one woman and i made it the fault of all women i don't think you would like it you would write rightly tell me hey it's not all women ok i can hear patricia here first of all i think that's just like james being dishonest because this is a face right when you look at the percentages of women who actually lie about sexual assault about things like one percent let me tell you there's a lot petitions happen if you haven't right a judge right now in the us boys actually still manage to pass like all the barriers despite the fact that those three women who came out and said this month. i'm going to let me tell you what the five things i did see me in actually because
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what do you mean do i record you when you when you took my ask why we called you let me come back let me come to you hasn't because i think this is pertinent for you as a male feminist you know how do you feel about what factoid touched on that these movements can sometimes demonize men. these movements are good for us to understand how we can work with men to express their sexuality in respectable ways. that is the most significant thing out of this movement without looking at the advantages of men and you know men want to stay in the privileged privileged position nothing should change about how i live my life to lead to protect what they mean to movement is giving us evidence that their women express their sexuality has to be questioned because you cannot express your sexuality by six right harassing people they knew that you money between us disappears linsey have been quiet for a while i want to come to you for these global movements about women and feminism they translate they always translate in local settings. absolutely i
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feel like men like football my friend here i don't know if you have eyes and ears i don't know if they're walking because everywhere i look there is evidence of min of use in women the second last police report that came out defendant was a second highest crime in uganda one in three women have experienced sexual harassment at least once in their lifetime so many are saying not all of us and we're saying we don't know who the good one is do you have stickers how do we know that you're good if you feel like you're being unfairly harassed but not all of you are doing wrong things missing talk to your mates meant that involves look at men tapping other women's asses look at them at saying very explicit disgusting things about women and keep quiet right but somehow feminists are coming for us if you feel like not all of you are bad then begin to do the walk to change the next thing ok ok i think i think please please please please i believe that we could be here for days talking about the issues that obviously multi-layered there evidently very
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complex but my question to the people standing here is do you think uganda will ever be egalitarian is that even a wish for the for the country how do you propose going about that football let me start with you i think. as. well as the government and the country all of us focus on building wealth and lifting the country out of poverty i feel like you gather terry and his him will simply arise as as an effect of that and this is what we've seen in many western countries with the industrial revolution with greater wealth created in the world thus greater opportunities created greater options available for impoverished families where previously they might have had to keep their daughters at home by the most but now they say hey we can afford to send more girls to school and that is precisely what we've seen enrollment of those in primary school is almost par if not slightly over that of boys the performing boys in terms of results i feel like we're already moving in that for just three and i would only urge my sisters here to be happy about that so attack each other or be antagonistic
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all right egalitarian tarion using in uganda is this a possibility is this of a going to be a reality i think it's a possibility but it has to happen when both parties involved like in families you grow up knowing that you and your brother equal so what changes when you go out in the world why do you say oh no i can't i can't do this my wife asked to do that when you know when you were growing up you were doing the same thing and what is the role of men in creating this equality that we have such as an ideal for men to be part of the solution to achieve jim a quality men need to accept to share power and to share decision making and men need to do to have respect for relationships that is the ever ok. i'm not even sure if i should come to you because you might you might open another can of worms but monday i have to ask you is there ever going to be equality in uganda
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gender equality when the what i just want to say is that if they were equally can only be forty they be sure married enough said well we've had a very big number of comments here today i think. this is definitely one of the most heated debates we've had so far and we absolutely enjoyed it fees to let us know what you think and thank you for watching.
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thank you. this is d. w. news live from birth when a divisive and uncertain general election insane many voters still undecided even as they go to the polls and no party is expected to win a majority the far right looks set to enter parliament for the first time in
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decades also coming up a gunmen attacked the passover service of the u.s. senate dog killing one person and injuring three countries the jewish community targeted for the second time in just six months. plus thailand's toxic aids a special report on how some of the world's worst air pollution has left locals gasping for. i'm called aspen welcome to the program the polls have opened across spain in what is the country's most divisive general election in decades the party of socialist prime minister pedro sanchez is expected to get the most votes but will likely not gone or enough support to form a government election is marked by the rise of the far right movement box it opposes multiculturalism and has threatened to end its self rule for regions by
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catalonia or workers. lisa lewis joins us now from madrid where voting is starting to take place now lisa this is a snap election the third election in spain in four years what's at stake well there is a lot a saying here when you look back the snap election was called a few months ago after the socialist government couldn't get its budget through parliament this comes after three years of spain without a stable government and when you look at the latest polls from this monday they are actually showing that none of the two sides the left or the right will be able to get an outright majority says it is watching this very closely indeed. just like in many european countries spain is seeing a resurgence of the far right what issues are driving that they are in spain. well the one main issue that has been driving the rise of the far right is catalonia and
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the catalonian attempt to declare independence they actually declared of the year and a half ago and the far right vox party has been criticizing the socialist government on a paper sanchez has been in place since last summer to be supported to be cooperating with the catalan sat protests and then they were riding that wave of outrage of spanish nationalism is going back to the roots and critics have been criticizing the socialists in anything anybody who is not who doesn't agree that spain should be a united country and these messages are appealing to many vegas and also to the young i've been talking to one of them a twenty year old law student who lives in madrid let's listen to what he had to say. i like how they defend spam and our civil liberties and they want to cut taxes are still important to the gender ideology promotion abortion and criminalizes matter a lot of. young people are sick of our traditional politicians doing the opposite
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of what they promise and. tell us more about this box party i mean they're kind of a new kid on the block. yeah they were founded about five years ago by former members of the people's party of the center right party they won the first few seats in parliament in andalusia analyse it in december last year and today actually there are the elections taking place in violence in eastern spain where they're also set to win seats in parliament now their supporters are saying what we really like about them is that they speak their mind you know they openly say we against abortion big end of ten minutes ideas against gender ideology and we should go back to traditional values is obviously everybody's really watching how much support they're going to get because it's kind of difficult to predict how many people will vote for the votes party given that they haven't really creamed off a lot of votes in any earlier national elections so it's going to be
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a very game probably going down to the wire and it's going to be a very tense election campaign people will be watching the results all right a big day there in spain lisa louis thank you very much. police are investigating a deadly shooting at a california synagogue that killed one person and wounded three others officials are calling it a hate crime or probing a link with an earlier fire at a nearby mosque the shooting on the last day of passover comes just six months after a gunman killed eleven people at another u.s. and a dog. places of worship used to be centuries now nowhere seems sacred a gunman entered the chabad synagogue in power in california as worshippers marked the final day of passover he opened fire with a high powered rifle killing one woman and wounding three more people including the rabbi. my friends are here she said my husband
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she's down. try to. stop meeting but you don't have to take. a suspected nineteen year old gunman fled the scene by car but was stopped on a highway and arrested shortly after police say his motivation may be detailed in a lesson posted online we are collecting digital evidence and we're aware of his manifesto which we are in the process of reviewing to determine its validity and authenticity. politicians were quick to call the attack the outcome of hate. at this moment as looks like a hate crime but my deepest sympathies to all of those affected. will get to the bottom of it on sure you know. this is not how away we always walk with our arms around each other and we will walk through this tragedy with our arms around each other the attack comes just six months after
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a white supremacist killed eleven people at a synagogue in pittsburgh. let's take a look now at some of the other stories making news around the world in sri lanka the archbishop of colombo has held a private televised mass a week after the easter suicide bombings that killed more than two hundred fifty people churches around the nation were shot over fears of further attacks the archbishop condemned the bombings claimed by the so-called islamic state as an insult to humanity. rival rallies have been held in the venezuelan capital caracas supporters of president nicolas maduro denounced states in the region which have recognized his rival. as interim president why don't meanwhile held his own rally calling for another mass demonstration on may first. pope francis has donated five hundred thousand dollars to help migrants stranded in mexico as they try to reach the u.s. border the money has come from church collections around the world the vatican says the donation was made because decreasing media coverage of the crisis had produced
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international aid for the migrants. in sudan the military rulers and the civilian coalition have agreed in principle to establish a joint transitional council but the makeup of that council is still undecided thousands of protesters calling for civilian rule are continuing their week's long demonstration in the capital khartoum correspondent melanie corrida ball is their goal to what it. was. they couldn't just sit in but in the streets of khartoum nothing is still working and the greatest risk in the capital gets around it by trying to be. free to send her a tree on provisional stages i grew up reading last night sometimes at sydney's next not trying everywhere. to release an across the generations is the overwhelming sound you hear all over town nevertheless people here in sudan
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keep on insisting that the fight isn't over. just yet melissa a lot of the people's demands have not been met yet that's right mr come here i've come all the way from al good on earth and i'm going to remain here until the regime actually falls. you know everybody here is united and the people give you a sense of comfort when you sitting here there is no fear. these people will only be satisfied when the regime steps down completely and power is handed to a civilian transitional government. and incredibly well organized protests we are witnessing here with clementina's doing security checks revolutionary are being created on the streets and cleaning patrols taking care of the rubbish. you can tell these protesters are here to stay and make sure that their revolution isn't stolen from them. it's being called the
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toxic haze for weeks northern thailand has been rated one of the most polluted regions in the world the worst wildfires in years combined with traditional crop burning practices are blanketing the area and smog correspondent charlotte pill traveled to change province where thousands of people have been left gasping for air and tourist numbers at once because of the pollution. it doesn't take long for a small place like this to turn into a rampant wildfire. that's something regional pretty interim some know only too well this month jan right in northern thailand saw some of the most devastating forest fires in years and the danger is noisy yet and this is a new fire the trees are very dry here. massive areas of land burnt to ash and the damage doesn't and that. this is what happens when you mix
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forest fires with heavy pollution it's being called a toxic hate lingering smoke and not just seems creating a dangerous cocktail. two weeks chiang rai has recorded some of the worst at quality in the world. hitting the most vulnerable the hardest. eighty five year old been led jensen pen has lived here all his life he and his wife say the pollution has never been this bad. i couldn't see clearly it made my eyes water they were really painful i'm afraid the small could get even worse and last even longer. pollution related health problems have. health workers say they're struggling to cope yeah. it's really bad extremely bad i was not prepared for this but me sometimes even i can't breathe well and have to
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get medical help no matter what we do is just not enough. emergency services blame the wildfires on an unusually dry some of. the bay the fires could become the norm i don't want to be ready this fire team doesn't want to be caught off guard again that building dozens of dams like this one across these mountains that stopping the fires from spreading and holding water to put them out people here are now just praying for the rainy season to hit and put an end to this toxic might minute but this year at least. south korea has marked one year since of peace summit between president moon and north korea's kim jong un. the fall they set off the two
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a god promise is the group that today will be a special day she's right the hikers will soon head to the most heavily guarded the border in the world complete with no man's land watchtowers and a demarcation line. i hope that the two koreas will soon be reunited. then i can travel to the north by foot bike or even by plane. this is of korean government has opened footpaths near the border to the public until recently the area was the preserve of soldiers some twenty civilians chosen by lottery other first to explore the newly launched trial near the de-militarized zone. at a nearby viewing platform visitors taking photos can just make out the lucky hike is on the peace trail. but then again it's
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a real shame that we can't cross over into north korea we'll be there in ten minutes from here. good to leave it isn't just. the eight kilometer hike once through forests and scales hills to permit of view of the korean divide across the border in the congo national park the diamond mountains are still out of reach for south korea and hark is. a day earlier a prominent guest visited the area despite the rain south korean president moon j in took a stroll in the peace tro highlighting the political significance of the project. after two and a half hours of walking the group returns to the bus for the drive off the hike is reflect on the experience. of new people in the fight it meant that i was a little scared as we walked along the fence i didn't feel safe to do i hope that the border and the barbed wire will disappear just like the berlin wall. the hikers
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have been reminded of korea's natural beauty as well as the scar that runs through it. you're watching news i'll be back with more news at the top of the hour stick around after the break coming up we've got the action from saturday's bundesliga games and of course we'll have highlights from the darby between dortmund and shall go one of the most anticipated matches of the weekend local pride at stake for both teams dortmund needing a win over their rivals to keep their title challenge going shaka trying to stay out of the relegation spot the result shock the bonus they get they all that. some time in the twenty sixth. my great granddaughter. what was the world be like in your lifetime in around half
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a century. your world will be around trying to grease one. inevitably sea levels will rise by at least one meter in this century. we're going to have some climate impacts return greater than we see you know. it's really frightening books. why are people more concerned. little yellow. thirty first d.w. . there was six games on saturday but only one really mattered on match day thirty one right here behind me a match considered the mother of all thing it's obvious. and it's always about
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more than just points. as you can see there is just so much at stake you can guess it's a fight of bragging rights the goldmans this is a heated discussion about the tides the shelter meanwhile could use a hand in the battle against relegation. match day thirty one features the key players in the race for the european places private lives think i'm better than us all in with the shops it's tight it's tense and it's coming down to the wire. welcome to the bundestag here on d.w.i.m. nick mechanic line now it doesn't matter where double is out there are the table the road dobby is always the biggest game on the calendar but this season there's a little extra spice shall i have in the second worst campaign in the club's history and are dangerously close to relegation dortmund on the other hand are in the final round of a heavyweight fight for the title the last time dortmund did the double against shocker they won the league in twenty twelve that's
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a pretty good omen and as another another win against south that will put marcos aside and pope position to win the championship. a few games in football evoke such passion is too vague and shout to both teams plenty at stake in this one will be at its offices ends of the table shall cut down on their luck and true to form the title contenders struck first i am very good at setting his head on the end of jayden sanchez dinkins in the box sanchez who has more assists than anyone this season but watch closely the englishman struck by lights are thrown by shout to fans don't mislead lasted just four minutes this controversially a judge to be handful daniel caligiuri leveling from the parents the sport eighteen minutes gone more shouted joy followed caligiuri scorn amazed by sally sammy and somehow managed to be for two women defenders to the pool despite dominating possession drummond went in at half time frustrated by shout and there is
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frustration soon boiled over. mark or rory showing a straight red for this foul on so it said and i would go on to captain disappearing down the tunnel with him perhaps he sighed streams of the title. caligiuri crashed in the resulting free kick clearly relishes these gains this was his third goal in his last four to be matches which will cycle three assists in that time and if this was bad for dortmund because why. yes another reckless challenge. another red car five minutes after the last of marius both the man dismissed starts up in a carbon copy of his captain the nine men refused to cave in x. over it so let the far post prove one pack. but darby de belongs to shout by putting the gloss on the victory i saw two with four minutes to go
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i can get some cash and with enough i was not to be similar design always a different game to a normal bonus the game it's like a cup match there's only a winner and a loser and it doesn't matter where you are in the table. so one of the unity if we don't win our game says it's impossible to catch up with. an answer. before they shall because last win into a woman was in two thousand and twelve the coach that say this man who stevens five years before that shouter were beaten by two women to end their title hopes history has a funny habit of coming back to home she i. i . what's a win their fish almost safe in the drop for the needle help from club why well if glad when their match against it got it opens a nine point cushion between shocker and their relegation rivals and with just
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three games left of the season and nine points up for grabs it's looking pretty good so did the foles dish out a big big favor. recall village took charge of his first game which took guts his job is simple make sure the team doesn't suffer all so much that relegation they started the game on the back foot got that had a glorious chance to take the lead in the fifth minute was but allison player was thwarted by ron and this to go up i believe had made. five changes from the side that humiliated itself in a six nil defeat to outwork and there was clearly more fights in this team and i expect and borne a series of both picked up yellow cards. gradually the hosts started to create chances to all the gonzalo castro's attempted finish left a lot to be desired but almost punished them but your last month failed to break the deadlock from another one on one situation frustration for coach d.
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to hacking after half time stuttgart grew in confidence and a star just donates went agonizingly close down as persevered and in the fifty six minutes his hard work paid off the air if the strike against it got a lead the fitting never passionate display against a lethargic bloodbaths side it was a crisp finish to beat young zama ingo. they defended that slim lead with their lives for the rest of the game helps by a lack of imagination from cutbacks attack. and it was enough to give them a hard earned one nil when interim coach village has clearly struck the right tone the reward is a crucial victory in the battle to stay in the top division. and now it's time to have a look at the matches that could change the landscape of the chase for europe let's start with frank they're having a great run there the last german team still involved in european competition they
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looked set to qualify for the champions league next season but it was a failed to win their last two games and now they face their bogey team has a berlin can they turn things around. or frankfurt running out of gas their rapid improvement in the last few years highlighted by this season's europa league run is taking its toll their attack has been less clinical in recent weeks matches i can tell you are a bitch in the thirty second minute. early in winless in their previous six minutes to push frame for me up. there and this well. look us punters any first minute red card put an unexpected away when further out of character grasp. that one man up banker keeper kevin chap is kept busy securing the shutout for his side and stoppage time. this position is enticingly i'd be really disappointed if we lost everything we've worked for in the last few weeks because we deserve our place in the standards and says for the him that's if they wished him. as frankfurt fumbled
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leipsic prepared to pounce they've been on top form and kept it up against drivers team avengers fifteenth of the season put them ahead was. but try barrett have a side job he can take a mean free kick. when chancellor crito opportunistically levelled things in the sixty seventh minute shooting before the keeper was ready i was eleven minutes later and kevin started back but the ball with his arm penalty. substitute emma forsberg stepped up and slotted it home forsberg still delivered the win and more importantly champions league qualification it's a sensational day that would lock down a champions league spot for match days from season's end play play safe and that were also in the cup final is simply fantastic i feel as it is and from. their cup loss to byron made the match in dusseldorf decisive for braman and coach florian cole felt for
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a european place but benito the man made it clear it wouldn't be decided in bringing staver in the first minute i and shortly after k'naan caught him on a waltz through the entire brain and have. their ears cut hangover was readily apparent and their defense. i max truth has gone from the spot wasn't enough to turn things around for braman i they were back asleep early in the second half dusseldorf against a little resistance as they played through brains defends bhuvan hemmings made it three one in the fifty six minute i mark a suture added insult to injury for various finishing up the scoring at or want to be. out of a deep relegation trouble and they need surprise surprise points it's a comments to confirm their been listening to survival last weekend and there was only one goal in this one and it was one of us it was absolute bedlam in the box so
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might says keeper try to avoid a corner but essentially sets up the hosts when a look at that the goalkeeper going out and then hendrick vedanta school record he can barely believe what is half and three vital points in the fight for survival in hanover the fight for survival is definitely on. of the above hand let's get a roundup of all the results so far from matched a thirty one quite surprise there shaka they beat dortmund and over end their title hopes it got they stunned frank drop points against berlin leipzig qualify for the champions league with a win in freiburg distance off in fleet brit inflict third defeat in a week and ever get their first win since matched a twenty one on friday took the lead in the match with leverkusen but the venice is then took control with kevin following getting the equaliser they scored three more
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after the break. with the pick of the bunch with this absolutely fabulous shot. in the end who has made it look easy as the match finished one. on sunday vote. in hoffenheim bind will be taking on number in the very top. let's look at the table with two games left to go and surprise surprise by an hour at the top with a game in hand that could read four points come sunday with goldman's title hopes well and truly dashed and expect more movement with hoffenheim and both but clashing on sunday there is no positional changes in the bottom half of the table but this is where the action is from freiburg and outs where they could save themselves next week salkin stick got they have to wait it out while they're back in hannover they are as good as gone. now it's time for the bonus to get play of the day is voted by you our view follows on twitter you know when it was seventy one percent of the vote. on show he assisted from
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a corner he scored from the spot but this is what he did to get your folks a crisp free kick into the top corner makes him a shocking hero and has made him the winner of our play the day. that's all from us here on the wednesday we'll be back on sunday with the best action from the games of hoffenheim and nuremberg and we'll also be discussing the top talking points from day one in treating the fallout from the rule if it is to defend michelle until then we'll leave you with some of the best moments from the weekend so far for me the rest of the team here thank you and goodbye.
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kick off like my latin american soccer identity here kicks off in the west and she much time. a medal count twenty nineteen. only quarter to come look around the tournaments host country. people only hearing out for carney you don't want to miss. speak to that special edition from you today. we are going to be discussing a very far the topics here gender parity on lack there all the time seeing didn't
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scare children and women being treated like children to smoke a pipe if it comes too quickly i think some people may have trouble down into these new changes do you think uganda who ever be egalitarian the seventy seven percent to sixty minutes d w. earth a home for saving googling geos tell stories of creative people and innovative projects around the world ideas to protect the climate and boost green energy solutions by global ideas be embodied in the series of global three thousand on d w and online. you want to buy tickets for a cup medica for brazil peru sorry they have been sold out eighteen minutes after it went on sale thanks and i stayed.
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once that was a time when many countries have no clue about what football even was even back then south america was already a football crazy continent since then nothing's changed south america is the world's epicenter when it comes to passion for football. football insult her attorneys michael lives pick up for a pulitzer s├ębastien sam explains why you shouldn't miss the chance to watch the cup or america this summer. it's going to be a big part. of the best players of the world of the blame for that of south america produces top players not only stuff but other continents produce top talent to get inside. for example he started out in the streets of south london and perfected his game as a youth player at manchester city. now he plays for dortmund taking the bundesliga
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by storm we visited the nineteen year old super talents time in town met with his first coaches and visited his at least stomping grounds. this is where as we start this is it is gross rude she said like to say things like. i did this. but let's start with sebastian and the cup for america copa america studio. turning me in time in twenty nine thing coming. up america studio the africa cup of nations the women's world cup the gold cup. so you want to know which of the big tournaments is the best i will tell you which is the best. i mean. and i'll give you three good reasons why this is the kicks well i could actually give you twenty but you know. you don't that i think of hard
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hello we're talking about the south american championship. america. not convinced yet what's. the slowly i. think. you should have your eyes on copacabana in june and july. and no i don't have a concept of the brazilian tourism board i'm not married to a brazilian and i don't. see it. ok over to here in our. cup america city oh yes cup america. no this is not the gold cup no no no sorry i don't know the number also google that somewhere in america i mean north
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america. big reason number one. cup on notice is to it started as early as one thousand nine hundred sixteen so when other countries were at war with each other or didn't care much about football south america was already infected with a football virus small wonder that even the first two world cup in history was played in europe why fourteen years later the stadiums were packed during this first world cup neighbors europe why and argentina clashed in the final launching a fierce rivalry that has marked major tournaments ever since more on that later though. but back to cup i made it since nine hundred sixteen when this team from europe away won it for the first time the tournament has existed in different forms and if you can call me to kind nine hundred seventy five and it includes countries making the comment who called me one who came up with that that's the south american football concentration in spanish that was wrong when they come out of.
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just don't mess around the oldest football constellation in the world may take some time to figure that one out but whatever. the ten carnival teams are. brazil argentina europe. chile peru bolivia because door colombia is waiting and terrible. now as if this. cup america studio what the african cup of nations all i know is it takes place in egypt and that's it we have to work sorry. now as if this lineup was not already quite impressive since one thousand nine hundred three there have also been two guest nations a couple meeting the country did turn into the most special guest of all is. to go. they participated ten times since one thousand nine hundred three.
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cup america has become so popular that its centennial edition in two thousand and sixteen was held in the united states one point five million people flocked to the stadiums for this birthday edition as many as never before this year tickets are also very sought after so football temples. it's going to be of women's world cup not. cup america's studio but. you want to buy tickets for a cup medica for brazil peru sorry they have been sold out eighteen minutes after they went on sale thanks and i state. so football temples like the epic might i cannot state he means it and i don't it will be full during cup america which takes us to big reason number two. the passion for football and so american.
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football in south america is likely to be. every goal to celebrate it like winning the lottery. the passion french show there is unmatched around the world and distances don't matter just take the world cup in russia south americans flood it must go and other cities so just think of what could happen at copa i mean but speaking of the world cup after germany had tragically failed to defend their title i went around berlin to find a new team to support that's when i came across this true love couple she's from europe why he's from brazil both supporting your lie that day now lovebirds what would happen if you meet a couple america time to get your so you. get a man. would it be possible for you maybe your girlfriend and other south americans to come to our studio after that's absolutely great thanks so much. to south
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americans are coming and all of a sudden here in the copa america studio there are real south american and. i am from uruguay i'm glad i'm from brazil one from europe what which is the team you really don't want to see win a single game. better. argentina. argentina. at defined i guess versus you i guess it's a new way and you know this one can do number two to lose also here it was not that i want to like chile argentina everest you want to like it anyone with a little risk and it is not only going to win. you know your friends off everybody you know that yet yes the five of us in the but not the football team and here is big reason number three. the teams and our players counted together different disciplines of cup our medica have actually won nine world cup titles now these
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guys haven't won any of them but they are still among the world's top players come is so what is the name of messi and it's not just these superstars south america produces top players nonstop. well the only moment to moment gold and gold and. now big stars also means big shows and no matter what you make of it that's entertainment. i would not necessarily want to be a referee there but chances are it will be a great show including great guests. now mexico can't come this year because they have their own tournament to play but. the most south american of all the
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come. qatar jokes aside they were really surprised at the asian cup but actually winning plus they are the hosts of the next world and also the second best team of asia will play at the copa america japan so just imagine a replay of the asian cup final is possible in the rio at the magic and if that happens though neymar and his team mates have to go into hiding the pressure on the hosts is extreme brazil has not won cup america since two thousand and seven and messed up its home world cup in between in two thousand and fourteen just explain this. brazil used to be the powerhouse in international football but if you're born let's say in two thousand or so. but so what pressure only adds up to disco plus dramaturgy and cup america is always good for drama quite some legends
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have surprisingly never won it carlos valderrama colombian hair munster for example . messi actually lost two cup america finals in a row in two thousand and fifteen and two thousand and sixteen against the current defending champions chile but i don't know also i had no luck between nine hundred seventy one in one thousand nine hundred. and in one thousand nine hundred one when argentina actually did snatch the title he's failed a drug test and i'm sure this year's cup america will even produce more drama and copa america will be that tournament to follow so. she's. cup on the ticket ticket hotline. what you want to talk about the women's world cup germany will win it if they don't play south korea that is thanks. so get into cup about. it's going to be a big party. the best players of the world playing together.
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every game would be like a fight. the oldest of all international football competitions will bring you weeks of true football the life . of the cup for america is not the only event getting brazilian football fans excited to show the district rivalry is felt all over the world even in brazil. sao paolo home to over twenty one million people it's the most populous city not only in brazil but all of south america the nation special relationship with football is no secret and for george and pedro that passion comes with a twist problem the fall i want to sell palace top sides that colors of choice of black and yellow and royal blue. petros french yet they are just south of san paolo
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city the seventeen year old students long distance love affair began early you homo's they went into the bakery to get some bread. and they were showing the german super cup you know the super cup of the. it was twenty eleven i was ten years old and dortmund two playing shelter i stayed to watch the game. and i've supported them ever since. thirty three year old george comes from east in sao paolo state he's another rest fessor man in these parts not so much for his job running a football academy but for his favorite team that's right. i got to show him aboard my passion for don't win goes back to twenty eleven when they won the gold in this league if you want to know that was d.d.'s last year in the club the big bang then he was the best known to brazilian one germany that's how it all began it you had a couple of people there so so even in brazil the bundesliga is big and fans like
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pedro he sticks with his team through thick and thin jim on some respects given shelter his current struggles. because the passion for me it's the same as any family. sport shell can have really shown on the international stage in recent years but there is a big club in germany and in my hoss and me in the court also. true fans through and through before the like just revealed to me it was time for pedro ensures a to put that dedication to the test out on the pitch and against chalco pop one pedro and a couple of friends against georgia and some of his students. some of their predictions ahead of the game. them i'm going for five nil to don't mind saying the most you want to show being optimistic one zero would actually be a good result for us. one of the most rodolphe in sao paolo is i.
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can focus on the job the ten thousand kilometers away in germany true love knows no boundaries. did you know kick off is now on you tube with the world of football. carrying a quad core of mexico as well so really we travel the well can really feel how high places are running i'm going to say you know this does make sense and there were people in the coach and discuss football i'm pretty serious if. we're. going to go on. as a football pick up on youtube. it's here. and now as promised let's take a closer look at jaden sutton chose riggs where did georgians top talents come from . jaden
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censuring forward for us here dortmund started playing in the street. now opening for combat we headed to england and had a look around jaden son shows place of origin so you don't have your well. jaden malique sun shone nickname the rocket is still full stages to date what food plans to take dortmund most just in style if he's only getting started but he's already experienced plenty jaden hails from kennington in south london his parents came from trinidad and tobago and made this the new hog what does this place mean to jaden. my home thanks for. having no friends or family born on march twenty fifth two thousand jaden grew up in this very building the. best of every great look come down and apply. to your.
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friends in the streets for the matches. but his mum didn't like him playing in the streets at age five she brought him to a community playground project run by norman. guidance or we had a chat dresses. for skills as jade and have norman to thank. the lot by an end to end football. i used to work both left and right so. much. that i stood my culture with. the playground has since been closed due to a lack of funding and a new security measures in kennington this was the last of its kind but the community project did produce some good footballers including man united legend rio
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ferdinand and a few young players who gained early fame in the bundesliga such as adam oh look man reece nelson and of course jane and son show you. around here where they can actually play for. you know pay for it it's all free for him. though you know they will get the coaching they need from from norman. so yeah this is true this is where this is a this is grass roots like to say in england. tackling was forbidden and tactics were not so important instead the focus was on the joy of the game and its social aspects sports as an educational tool for the kids. to the culture.
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with everyone. trouble and think about the. kind of this will come together. on your football and education. one of the months. you can see that you enjoyed it more than i would children and rigid. children just kicking a ball every single time i would just kick in a tin can just kick in a tennis ball and that's what it is they just want to kick a ball. and you can see that you know he was a bit more passionate about football and. except for his buddy reste nelson is jaded and reese became friendly rivals on the pitch. it was like yeah i just did not want to venture a paper in a lease i've never been to playground so it's like they were quite abusive in terms of them playing together if i would pay for who it was and have lived in both and
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that you know yeah and especially when you're the kind of even close race raised rates start to come back and so it's hundreds of expect where jenkins sound you could say do not apply was born and yes they had to be a bad back out on three drinks with the heads of jenkins but now if you have way around now on. since the summer of twenty seven saying jaded has flourished it. all started back in two thousand and seven. seven. from the street football project to the what for football academy. the first big step in his career . change goal is going to be one guy. develop the senses in and around london and we used to get. really sort of street
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with a lot of street footballers from from the kind of a summit in place you know clubs and jaden is one of those so he wasn't playing organized football and when he came people very quickly said oh we've got a really special player here one the boy it wasn't long before he got in my team so you train with the actual county team there are two years old and you can see that he was he was just unbelievably come from. you just like different a little get the kids. sort of what was behind. i think it was to people that my dad's people that are around at the time they're so if you are serious what do you. build it also questions that i took off from friends. oh see me from my family and just do. especially in a giant city like london. during the week with. his
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parents so they did really well. you know i mean as much as they did because. they're the best trained people speak out later on when he was offered school programs they could offer him to stay. which was a. problem for him which meant more time to concentrate on his passion. you know born with unbelievable skills you just play and practice move anyone else and that's what last year he started. at age fourteen his next big career was this transfer to manchester city for small feet and sixty six thousand pounds. but i wasn't shocked because honestly lots of footage of him over the top academies and he just looks so so it wasn't a surprise for us when he went to work for it because he had that tallinn there anyway and it was blue when he won it in a. way when he went to dortmund. to go to the.
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mention it's. probably one of the best managers in the world and you're going to do . i think making that decision. was the best decision had been made in four but i thought i was surprised he wants while. if you look young players have faith in a lot of the who could develop us up well. so that's one of the reasons why i can do it with my actual process we could complete and i she just. so. he's currently fighting for the bundesliga time so with. the league's leading assist provided this season. the twenty eighth century made his international debut for england. is probably the one now everybody is talking about you know the cover of magazines in germany a. young person who's come from. germany
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and i feel that he could go on to bigger things you know you may be. surprised next day be. plans in the world. many of the big european clubs. where would he fit but. i think he's more of a constant play in spain i'd love to see him playing some other. big nights with someone from. the mix and i think it would be no i don't think he would be no one to take place in germany. we're not going to be sure. and want to his long term followers have to sign. that you do and i'm proud of what you've achieved and proud of. from your group you start from your roots and give your brain to a young person. i know that when i mention you have
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a small in their face. and i just want you to reach your ultimate goal and i know you can do that. you know i have every friday for the. well you can join it the best you can look forward to seeing on your progress i think. i have sensible. choose your german football ambassador two thousand and nineteen what about mark protests to give people has been shining a fossil i'm not alongside messi. or maybe roy someday guardiola secret weapon that i'm just a sissy. you could pick on your
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mentality plays for f.c. rosengarten in sweden. i put choice could be on turn here really go to chelsea define the never stop. tony crows as always one of the favorites real madrid's midfield maestro. maybe. from manchester city. from atlanta united. go to the website to cast your vote.
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script today has special edition for me dan. we are going to be discussing a very far the topics here gender parity or lack there all the time seeing these
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men behaving expansion room i mean being true to choose ok but if it comes to quickly i think some people may have trouble adapting to these new changes do you think uganda who ever be egalitarian the seventy seven percent and thirty minutes on the d w. beautiful appearances can be deceiving the fashion industry has a dark side and more and more people are becoming aware of it it's a sector in crisis if the fashion industry decides to start making i've. nothing which. tunnel vision is equal to those who say fashion change. seventy five spot w. . water storage was a fight for survival. but
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a lot. could be dangerous. floods and droughts will climate change become the main driver of mass migration. you could write any kind of piece not if you want and probably most of them to come to. the. start of your book thirty s. on t w. you're a civil. rights. began around six hundred years ago in the renaissance the revolution in saudi arabia this many people became aware of their abilities and strengths in a new way and there was an outpouring of self-confidence i mean transits the for.
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the darkest. place. d.w. . blame . blame. blame. this is the news live from berlin a divisive and uncertain general election in spain many voters still undecided even as they go to the polls though party is expected to win a majority there and the far right looks set to enter parliament for the first time
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in decades also coming up a community in mourning one person is dead or injured after a gunman opens fire on a passover service at a u.s. senate office the country's jewish worshipers targeted for the second time in. just six months. thailand's toxic pain is a special report on how some of the world's worst air pollution has left locals gasping for breath. i'm calm ousmane welcome to the program polls are open now across spain in what is the country's most divisive general election in decades a party of socialist prime minister pedro sanchez is expected to get the most votes but will likely not gone or enough support to form a government election is marked by the rise of the far right movement vox it
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opposes multiculturalism and has threatened to end self rule for regions like catalonia. lisa lewis joins us now from madrid were voting is starting to take place now lisa this is a snap election the third election in spain in four years what's at stake well there is a lot to say here when you look back the snap election was called a few months ago after the socialist government couldn't get its budget through parliament this comes after three years of spain without a stable government and when you look at the latest polls from this monday they are actually saying that none of the two sides the left or the right eye will be able to get an outright majority says we're just watching this very closely indeed. now just like in many european countries spain is seeing a resurgence of the far right what issues are driving that bear in spain. well
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the one main issue that has been driving the rise of the following is catalonia and the catalonian attempt to declare independence they actually declared it of the year and a half ago and the far right vox party has been criticizing the socialist government on a paper sanchez has been in place since last summer to be supported to be cooperating with the catalan sat protests and then there were riding that wave of outrage of spanish nationalism is going back to the roots and critics have been criticizing the socialists in anything anybody who is not who doesn't agree that spain should be a united country and these messages are pealing to many voters and also to the young i've been talking to one of them a twenty year old law student who lives in madrid let's listen to what he had to say. i like how they defend our civil liberties and they want to cut taxes and put an end to the gender ideology to promote
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abortion and criminalizes about a lot of. young people are sick of our traditional politicians doing the opposite of what they promised. about this box party i mean they're kind of been the new kid on the block. yeah they were founded about five years ago by former members of the people's party of the center right party they won the first few seats in parliament in andalusia analysis here in december last year and today actually there are other elections taking place in violence in eastern spain where they're also set to win seats in parliament now their supporters are saying what we really like about them is that they speak their mind you know they openly say we against abortion be against feminist ideas against gender ideology and we should go back to traditional values is obviously everybody's really watching how much support they're going to get because it's kind of difficult to predict how many people will
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vote for the vox party given that they haven't really creamed off a lot of votes in any earlier national elections so it's going to be a very game probably going down to the wire and it's going to be a very tense election campaign people will be watching the results all right a big day there in spain lisa louis thank you very much. sri lankan forces have raided the headquarters of an islamist of an islamist group suspected of being behind last week's easter suicide bombings on churches and hotels and more new developments c.c.t.v. footage has emerged of the moment one of the deadly blasts went off these images right here captured the chaos that ensued at the kingsbury hotel in sri lanka's capital colombo more than two hundred fifty people died in the bombings the country remains on edge fearing for their attacks. police are investigating a deadly shooting at a california synagogue that killed one person and wounded three others officials
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are calling it a hate crime and are probing a link with an earlier fire at a nearby mosque the shooting on the last day of passover comes just six months after a gunman killed eleven people at another u.s. and. places of worship used to be centuries now nowhere seems sacred a gunman entered the chabad synagogue in power california as worshippers mock the final day of possible he opened fire with a high powered rifle killing one woman and wounding three more people including the rabbi. my thing was that you she said to my husband she's got. to try to. stop meeting me that you don't have to take her to hospital but as i suspected nineteen year old gunman fled the scene by car but was stopped on a highway and arrested shortly after police say his motivation may be detailed in a letter posted online we are collecting digital evidence and we're aware of his
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manifesto which we are in the process of reviewing determine its validity and authenticity. politicians were quick to call the attack the outcome of hate. at this moment it looks like a hate crime but it might be if this is all of those affected. we'll get to the bottom of it or ensure no. this is not how away we always walk with our arms around each other and we will walk through this tragedy with our arms around each other the attack comes just six months after a white supremacist killed eleven people at a synagogue in pittsburgh. now let's take a look at some of the other stories making news around the world rival rallies have been held in the venezuelan capital caracas supporters of president's. announced states in the region which have recognized his rival as interim president i don't meanwhile held his own rally calling for another mass demonstration on may first.
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pope francis has donated half a million dollars to help migrants stranded in mexico as they try to reach the u.s. border the money has come from church collections around the world the vatican says the donation was made because the decrease in media coverage of the crisis had reduced international aid or the migrants. and in the russian city of law of stocks several thousand orthodox christians have celebrated easter with a traditional religious procession priests and military service men were among those taking part easter is one of the most popular and widely celebrated holidays in russia. in sudan the military rulers and a civilian coalition have agreed in principle to establish a joint transitional council but the makeup of that council is still undecided thousands of protesters calling for civilian rule are continuing their week's long demonstration in the couple harto interview correspondent melanie corrode the ball
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is there was. a could it is set in but in the streets of khartoum nothing is still working and the greatest risk in the capital to surrounded by ten feet of the. pietists encouraged really from a new stage is actually from history songs in the air cities like suffering everywhere. to police an across the generations is the overwhelming sound you hear all over town nevertheless people here in sudan people insisting that fight isn't over just yet melissa a lot of the people's demands have not been met yet that's why we still come here i've come all the way from el good on earth and i'm going to remain here until the regime actually falls. everybody here is united and the people give you a sense of comfort when you sitting here there is no fear. these
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people will only be satisfied when the regime steps down completely and power was handed to the civilian transitional government. is incredibly well organized and cheerful protest we are witnessing here with one in two years doing security checks revolutionary odds being created on the streets and cleaning patrols taking care of the rubbish. you can tell these protesters are here to stay and make sure that their revolution isn't stolen from them. was well it's being called the toxic for weeks northern thailand has been raided one of the. polluted regions in the world the worst wildfires in years combined with traditional crop working practices are blanketing the area in smog interview correspondent charlotte shells and will travel to chiang rai province where thousands of people have been left gasping for air and tourist numbers have also plunged because of the pollution. it
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doesn't take long for a small blaze like this to turn into a wildfire. that's something regional climate change pretty interim sim knows only too well this month jan right in northern thailand saw some of the most devastating forest fires in years and the danger is not over yet and this is a new fire the trees are very dry here. massive areas of land bent to ash and the damage doesn't and that. this is what happens when you mix forest fires with heavy pollution it's being called a toxic hate lingering smoke a nazi steams creating a dangerous cocktail. two weeks chiang rai has recorded some of the west quality in the. hitting the most vulnerable the hardest. eighty five year old but
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let's jenks from penn has lived here all his life he and his wife say the pollution has never been this bad. i couldn't see clearly it made my eyes water they were really painful i'm afraid the smoke could get even worse and last even longer. pollution related health problems had. health workers say they're struggling to cope yeah. it's really bad extremely bad i was not prepared for this but maybe sometimes even i can't breathe well and have to get medical help no matter what we do it's just not enough. emergency services blame the wildfires on an unusually dry summer. there's a fear here that the fires could become the norm. want to be ready this fire team
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doesn't want to be caught off guard again they're building dozens of dams like this one across these mountains that stopping the fires from spreading and holding water to put them out people here and now just praying for the rainy season to hit and put an end to this toxic nightmare for this year at least. the sports now and saturday's bundesliga action included one of the biggest games of the season dortmund hosting better rivals shelter door but of course battling with byron for the title and shall not yet say from there were ramifications for both sides here and the results shook the bundesliga. a few games in football evoke such passion is dortmund and shout to both teams plenty at stake in this one will be at its opposite ends of the table shall cut down on their luck and true to form the title contender struck first. harry cigarette in his head on the end of jayden
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sanchez dinkins in the box sanchez who has more assists than anyone this season but watch closely the englishman struck by lights are thrown by shout to fans don't mislead lasted just four minutes this controversially a judge to be handful daniel caligiuri leveling from the parents the sport eighteen minutes gone more shouted joy followed caligiuri scorn amazed by salish sammy who somehow managed to beat poor jordan defenders to the ball despite dominating possession dormand went in at half time frustrated by shocker and those frustrations soon boiled over. mark or roy sharing a straight red for this foul on sue it said and i would go on to captain disappearing down the tunnel with him perhaps his side streams of the title. caligiuri crashed in the resulting free kick he clearly relishes these gains this was he stared goal in his last four darby matches he's also got three assists in
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that time and if this was bad for dortmund it got worse another reckless challenge . another red card five minutes after the last marius both the man dismissed starts up in a carbon copy of his captain the nine men refused to give in x. or so at the far post. one pack. but darby de belongs to shout. putting the gloss on the victory for two with four minutes to go. some gal from question with a house. in washington. what secrets lie behind these moves. to find out in an immersive experience and explore fascinating cultural heritage sites. d w world
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heritage three sixty fifty. come to the new jerome x. you tube channel. goodbye have stood. with exclusive. the must see concerning clarkson's culture team you're a. place to be for juris minds. do it yourself networkers. so subscribe don't miss out. this week on world story. a former nigerian boko haram victim at thames university. of hungary and journalist in german exile.
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but first we take a look at northern ireland where an ex ira fighter is on duty as a social worker promoting peaceful coexistence in his neighborhood. john donnelly is a former a fighter from terry and his home is a small collection. treasures from the decades of warfare known as the troubles. show me a young lad the british soldier spelt back contains photos from a secret list of wanted a members. present of michelle gaiser technically. this guy usually dan. barry and former. is a farmer. and i think it was martin mcguinness was the former provisional ira leader but later sinn fein's chief negotiator for the good friday agreement twenty one years of guard. over three decades he and the ira for british
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rule in northern ireland john donnelly was the leading political force in terry northern ireland's second largest city he was instrumental in kearse aiding ira operatives to lay down their hopes. twenty one years on the conflict seems to have been settled but for many this is merely a superficial arrangement. donnelly says poorer areas of dairy are still waiting for the peace dividend to kick in. says the peace agreement of up till now it there's been no tangible. shuffler people can put their finger on and say look. that's that was. that's what happened a little fade if you do that a b. and c. . in the rossa mons community center the former i.e. fighter is
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a social worker helping those who are off. to punish so-called anti-social behavior radical elements impose ritual and justice in the poorer areas of derry this is a holdover from earlier times when the ira police neighborhood's a tradition that radical irish republicans are carrying on to take. a mother and her son this is the community center they want to remain anonymous the boys accused of stealing a car his threatens punishment is to be shot in the legs you know we're trying donnelly is trying to mediate. i talk to people at the threat. under cause. because we made it. we're a girlie you know you write a letter a letter of apology will hopefully avert the looming threat. it's a typical day at the rosemont community center an indication that for some people
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in northern ireland peace has returned. even twenty one years after the good friday agreement. reporters without borders warns press freedom is under threat in hungary. that means many hungary and journalists are forced to go into exile. nearly nine hundred kilometers separated berlin in budapest but for a journalist or a dish areas work the two cities are worlds apart since viktor orban became prime minister nine years ago hungary's media landscape has changed radically. had had her breasts when i was a child i always heard that hungry was one of the most liberal countries in what was the eastern bloc and i grew up with this idea that is depressing but specifically this democracy in hungary is slowly being deconstructed and that press
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freedom is being restricted. during the experience first hand how new regulations turn the broadcaster where she worked into state controlled media critical colleagues were fired she herself quit and went to germany in twenty twelve. bagnall is from back home two hundred journalists including doris former colleague were recently laid off and here t.v. station once critical of the hungary and government he reports that the broadcaster was taken over by a media foundation headed by a manager loyal to the government. as that kind of perspective as there are no long term opportunities for quality journalism in hungary. dora works at a nonprofit organization in berlin with its own news portal and last is an agency that produces content focused on eastern europe she says you can find critical
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reports written in hungary and about corruption for example but they are mainly online yes propaganda you know there's a lot of propaganda in hungary the same militaristic choice of words the same formulations the same phrases that government speakers use. journalists who do not cooperate are denounced as traitors according to reporters without borders animosity towards the media leads to violence dora fears that this could also happen in hungary. five years ago the boko haram terror group abducted more than two hundred girls in northeastern nigeria today half of them are free and in rolled at university but not all parents approved. to be a muslim is in high spirits and he can laugh again something he wasn't able to do
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for a long time we first met a most five years ago just a few months after the terror group boko haram abducted his daughter from her school in chibok up to that but i was totally devastated then i couldn't eat for three days and i cried and cried and one local file called i'm a bishop like i thought i'd failed as a father. but my most important duty as a father is to protect my daughter and i failed to do that. two and a half years ago his daughter comfort was suddenly freed after the government's negotiations with boko haram. her family is finally recovering but a farmer is still not entirely at ease he lives in to book and his daughter received a government scholarship to study at a university that a whole day's journey away. i'm proud of her and happy that she
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can study again but that's one problem no one is telling us exactly what the girls are doing. more than one hundred freed girls from chip book housed at the american university in your to attend a kind of prep course reginald bragg's the school director shows us around for the girls' protection filming is allowed only during the school break he says the trauma has left its mark the clock stopped you know. so we're very sensitive to. just feeling depressed. you know. liver. leg. back you know just. bragg's says the girls need
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peace and quiet and time to concentrate on their studies. says he says only a few parents have been as critical as the most level most of the people you know are supportive but you always have people who are not you know where you go school you need to be out here on the far you need to get in very easily to do this so don't listen to those naysayers because in the. process stage. degree. you say ok if you did it. called his daughter comfort at least twice a week that's his only contact with her he says she'd like to come back to chip after her studies and work as a doctor or entrepreneur and serve her community her father can hardly wait. thomas jefferson first came to shanghai as a student then he married today his funny online videos of being
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a foreigner in china and having chinese in last at made him an internet sensation. when thomas docks also known as straws through the streets of shanghai he rarely goes unnoticed. there are now. thomas is a celebrity on the chinese internet seven million people follow him on social media when he posts clips about his life as a foreigner in china. says it's time that your shanghai accent is great your real shanghainese. do it right. thomas came to shanghai as a student in two thousand and twelve he fell in love and stayed in his videos and talks in fluent chinese about a broad range of topics. like traffic.
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health more. but it all started with a sketch about his sorry no german mariage. to me tonight in a. moment i need i didn't hide for the. wire to pay for the call you. thomas and his wife julie write and produce the clips together and they can make a living from them it all started when they came across a video by a chinese internet celebrity yes and sketch got me she recorded a sketch about coming hung for chinese new year that's when people are us the same questions over and over again when you're getting married how much do you know when you're going to buy a car when you're going to buy a flat julie then said to me you should film a clip about marrying into a chinese family as a foreigner. you want to go. over
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to. her how do you. walk out of life was when i told my parents i'm dating a foreigner my father chris glass down we were having lunch and he said what did you say what i said a foreigner he shouted are you crazy what's wrong with you all these foreigners are playboys. that. it's true i didn't like him at the start he's fact he said he was poor and a student they don't talk about that it's embarrassing. they continue to joke about what has now turned into a wonderful friendship for his part thomas says he's lucky to have found a chinese family who share his sense of humor one sketch at
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a time. special edition from uganda we are going to be discussing a very far the topic here gender parity or lack there all the time seeing. children and women being treated back to choose ok but if it comes to quickly i think some people may have trouble backed into these new changes do you think uganda will ever be egalitarian the seventy seven percent next to the d.w.p. . beautiful but appearances can be deceiving the fashion industry has a dark side and more and more people are becoming aware of it it's a sector in crisis if the fashion industry decides to stop making i think.
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the chair is an opportunity for you to those who say fashion change. how about taking a few risks you could even take a chance on what. area. don't expect happy ending. literature looks. we are in kampala uganda vis is the capital and the rain gods have opened on us but guess what the show must go on because today we're going to be discussing a very fiery topic here gender parity or lack thereof it is in this country that
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the minister of tourism suggested that women should be added on to the list of attractions for tourists that garnered a lot of reactions i'm going to get some of them right here so let's open this discussion with i suppose we'll come to you patricia what gives what is the current situation in uganda in a surprise egalitarian islam is concerned i mean i think that uganda is a lot like society it's right you know it's very nature so this is a country where i mean you can get on t.v. and see that women are tourist attractions just for the same country where media houses are still telling women that because they're educated. it's a sim country where an m.p. can get up and say women need to be displayed into by their husbands uganda is deeply entrenched in the paycheck i think that the few feminists who exist in this country and exist largely are met with constant attacks so i guess in a lot of ways we set up along way to go ok you say that you have
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a long way to go but not everybody thinks that these actually any reason to go anywhere monday you say that there's no need for changing anything society was created like this pile for fathers for a reason and women i don't have as many of changing anything but i'm saying that the speed at which the women want things changed is what actually is very very. of course we all know that women they played the role of making your home for example if i were them in. your home so implying that the who has been the position one of the men would come. and that's what we have been. breaking because the running go from there ok let me get to the broadcast we're going monday here say all this is just the whole of the lou we don't need to be getting into these conversations and i want to understand how much does a ugandan culture play into this kind of thinking to
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a large extent it does. for me my my opinion is basically the balance the balance between those who want to my special and we want emancipation and whether we really understand it because we were talking about. women in parliament yes we support the decision of the godchild for instance but then you do get the girl child to go where to go somewhere maybe to into some career development or something or to become a journalist like myself and when you become a journalist you forget about the other roles of a woman may be having a family or something how do you balance the two for instance you're married how do you balance the respect for your husband and your career. and here in uganda it's not unusual to find women being extremely weak it's part of culture so where do you find this balance between who we were who we still are and who we want to be i don't see any. there's no balance whatsoever what i'm seeing to be
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quite frank is men behaving like scared little children and women being treated like children by the men how do you mean men are behaving like scared little children. this is how i want things this is how things used to be this is your role i feel threatened by you for example when you have male ministers having the power to stand up and say ok so no i'm going to put here is and you know that women who wear miniskirts it is not illegal because it's got such a way or was meant to be like this for you to us i mean. monday i'm going to come to you just now i want to come to fat boy who by the way is really not at all fat. to ask about this things he is saying men are just throwing tantrums you are just in secure how do you feel about that essentially i think change is ok but if it comes to quickly i think some people may have trouble adapting to these new changes and who is having problem with the pace of the change i think society in general
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because of the way families are organized will have to change the way the workplace is organized has changed i things are changing gradually so for them to be complaining that women are having it rough they're not given these opportunities something which will do living it's like they're rolling out the red carpet for women doing everything possible to make life comfortable for women all of the women who are here complaining about patriarchy or were sent to school by fathers who are happy and proud to send their daughters to school i feel like the only telling half the story and i don't like the tendency to always blame men for all of the problems they see in this world and so to them i'm saying chill out things are good for women and they can get better every time ok hold on i have to i have to introduce hassen here because he is actually a feminist i think i would say how do you feel about the claims that fat boy is making that the women are constantly blaming the men we need to understand that one
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such a keepin if it's man unless we start to ten men that actually that benefits you are so hot you never know and start to think about transforming themselves at the moment of just been creating an overview but i want to get into the very specifics of this every day sexism and i think i want to begin with you monday i'll come to you i know you have a point but can you tell me in practical sense what it means for you to be a woman in uganda it means that my my body is not mine i feel like my body is not my own especially in regards to street harassment terrifies me any man can. come up to me is entitle to come up to me and ask me what i'm doing why i'm doing it why i'm there i'm busy lawns i'm big in fun tell lies every single movie that we didn't even i know he's there in front of me if i put it in terms of the leadership that we have so last year i think you proved the minister of public service issued a new dress code for women that's extremely oppressive something like the one nine
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hundred twenty s. women cannot show cleavage women cannot have sleeveless tops women should not wear anything above the knee where we should question by the way we should specify the business for women in public service men and women on the list public service if you walk in the national hospital as any any public service then this is for you so this is one thing that really gets to me is why you know because for let me just like what women should just like this some men don't like this woman don't rape you mention harassment don't talk to men like this of this is the logical steps the logical sex the kind of then controlled. i mean i think it's ok i think i want to go back to the point that lindsay was making that this sort of sexism is not only social cultural but it's also systemic it exists in law it exists in organizations how do you react to that i mean you can argue with that my point is simple is that i think if you have a chip on your shoulder and you think that the world is out to get you you're going
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to view every obstacle that you face as a result of some nefarious actors or in the ferias class of people that are trying to put you down in this case men which is what activists will sink the feminists and i feel like this is unfair there's so many women that have succeeded who have gone on to do great things there are many terrific brilliant business women in this country brilliant women in parliament brilliant women in all walks of life in every profession look it's a double edged sword there are women who do take advantage of their femininity to know what ways to get lots treatment you know they're going to smile at their supervisor and hope that he treats them a little bit more than. there are some women that will try to date men at a high level some men abuse of power to gain sexual access to women other women utilize their power to advance their careers ok it's just the world we live in joyce are you using your sex your female wiles to to to advance in your career is this what is happening is there any truth to what fatboy say yes there is truth to
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what you think some women have ignorantly done that some we milk a but let me ask you why do you think they feel the need to that's what i'm going that's what i was going to talk about because the fat boy in me. taking advantage but some in some cases someone has no option it is not the only option he lives oh ok there's a lot of nothing here there's a lot of suffering here so like i don't know like how you think that the plane is leveled just because there are women that are like taking advantage of the fact that they are women do you understand that they have been told that this is what they need to do like it is not fair like it is not enough for me to just be intelligent to be really hardworking i have to open my legs for someone to sleep with me for me to be on the same level as you ok so i'm going to come back to monday because this question is actually in direct contradiction to what you said that some of the cultural norms which we have normal as ones like and things that
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some of the cultural norms we have normal eyes may be normal but they're not right in africa we look at the woman's body as doing some cred that is a win win a minister public service or were you going to comes up with the police and say look here we must be seen to be dressed because they look at the mom's body as. an african to you know if you're very comfortable with exposing what we we look at dia then we may not see minimal because rukia my sister was saying but doesn't that mean that the body belongs to the man and he has authority over you and you would be loopy. oh yes. no no no no i have i have to remove the microphone right there where men do not belong to society and. to themselves them to themselves and never let them show them to them give an example let me give an example in the african city we don't live in isolation we believe in the clans
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we believe you know our people sleeping in lustily i she did really talk about the issue of the dress quickly i strongly supported that she took up and she broke about like i mean i behaving like a ninety year old and she had been i think that is the musical position fact in the african sitting a man is a protector of these community when you see things that when you see things that you hold dear somebody missing up with them remember spit out their own place in its own well well well well well well ok hold on hold on let's keep going to this conversation i know it's getting heated but i want you to respond directly to what his say you know they're high five ing right now because they're like this is what we believe in it's too kind of like the african said to me and city i would like to put it to him that the african sitting on african heritage and culture and history disputed on the principle of oneness that essentially means that men and women are
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equal was the issue of discord and what and what we need to accept that when a system that subdues women and when someone comes up with guidelines of discord it's it's a demonstration of control over women's bodies that is that is not that good is a protected the what is the system just trying to show that you are listen we have to control you in disport in the wide that's why even for salaries even for salaries because assistants abuse women so those are the good keypads do not think that women didn't deserve equal pay like men it's just the system we're living in so people become victims of the system. and get to suffer because of the system and unless we dismount of that system our walk to gender equality still i would says ok i want to hear from patricia african a country so there is not a free country should not like values and dogma because this is not like homogeneous group every single group comes up with everything one of our cultures look for the second the culture evolves because culture is made by people not the
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other way i won't understand so if your forefathers believe that women are less than you often enough to believe the same things and we're telling you this system doesn't work for us and we will change it at all costs because for twenty i don't know how many thousands of years we have been telling you this system is not walking and you have been rejecting that and think for me the insistence on african traditional societies whatever that even looks like when men are also evolving you're not hunting the same way your forefathers was hunting but somehow you expect us to maintain the same rules and likewise and because it has changed for other gender roles you in the fun so the it. absolutely like you can expect us to be in the same system twenty one thousand years later i think a particular i think that was a great argument by patricia how do you respond to that fat boy well yeah i am of view that culture does change society just does change and it's it's kind of inevitable and you know to my friend you know who wants to sort of maintain things
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the way they are i feel like he's fighting a losing battle because changing global trends economic trends will necessitate that society will have to change in the way that it is structured and in the way that rules are assigned to the various genders only thievin rule should be assigned at all and just to speak on the issue. of you know dress codes and modesty codes i wish to inform my friends that the ladies that have to the biggest promoters and enforce says of modesty codes actually women trend we call the new youth leaving the house at fifteen sixteen and maybe a skimpy skirt are you going out ok be back by nine but it's your mom. excuse me where you going just like that i don't i am i lying or are in the workplace typically it will be female colleagues older ones typically who will be very critical of how the younger women are dressed why because they view them as competition ok well there's no i don't think you know that that a lot of no's had a lot of no's yeah joyce let me come to you james is actually talking about is true
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it is true that in most cases it is the older women or women into called vision like myself if a female if a female reporter came to office in red jeans a different in the us pam why the putting one like that especially segue into parliament where these are just going to ask the same question yes i would if his trousers were too tight yes i was buttons were up to here i would buy the thing is it's about the system before it is the mother who would ask why are you going like that you're going to embarrass me that kind of thing that needs to change because it's not easy if i didn't give you the truth because yes this is yes and so dangerous that it creates a process so we cannot be unsealed happy that it is the women who control themselves this is how bad the parts that the system is that it has created some prisoners where you find women or prison for women so we can celebrate and come up about that you know we can and we need to see how do we change the system or i mean
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this is the thing i think that if you look at oppression as a systemic institutionalized i mean i just asked him i said you're a black mime i'm for those in sylvia's they told you because based on the color of your skin that's why inferior but right now if a white man came and told you you were inferior to me because of the pull of your skin you would rebel right but for thousands of you know if you also believe the same thing so for me it's a very clear indication that they understand the systemic nature of and how violent the systems are but because patriarchy for the most part appears to benefits men for them then they're just like ok well you know sexism racism yes. that's bad but you know sexism well but women need to just be a little bit more patient would you have been patients if like you said you know what you are let's just say ok i'm negotiating with you please let me be kind to you know you would very quickly counter that narrative and it's the same thing because sexism is a systemic as violent as racism is up to this image of generally all this
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oppressive system work and the idea that women like the one thing one women internalize because if for all your life your mother told you to keep you safe you must wear a long skirt you must wear a long thing you then you pass those same things women are not telling these young girls to cover up because of competition because they're afraid of them because they know they're thin what happens how men react this is not the system wants and this is how ubiquitous all right so i want to come to you monday because you've been told that you are being selective in what you want to change and what you don't want to change and because you're a beneficiary of patriarchy you have absolutely no motivation or desire to change something that you're benefiting from the change that. brings everybody on board she was saying that women must not. even one of negotiations i'm sorry it work it sounds to me like you're giving me mixed stories here on the one side here saying we want the culture to remain as it is this is who
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we are this is who we were. now you're saying what i'm saying the change what i see what i am what i'm saying is that the college must not be over. if there is a change if something want to change even if they call for is harmful when you look at. most of the norms and values most of them make. is that. women thinking that this system. is within them actually i don't see. how we're going to do them. i mean from my room. let's say you want to get in somewhere let's let's let's let's go through let's go through those questions one at a time you say the system is not oppressive it is protecting women protecting them against what against anything harmful. only for one second of
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patriarchy you just stood here and told me that women belong to society we do not have a sense of independence is in the world men don't i don't see that women we all i think we all belong to that we all belong if you just said those facilities that give us rules to give. you room so monday is arguing that you know the laws that are put in place are meant to protect us they're meant to avoid us from diluting our culture and i just want to come to these ladies here because we were speaking earlier and you said something interesting so in this case for example the antipodal graphic law which says a woman skirts can only be up to a certain point is not meant to protect you know there's so many people that have been wearing long things and still got ripped and feel good centrally unique harassed that is not the just being a how come it's for that but women that just go do something that women are not for them in why is this all going like it doesn't make sense ok so i do have something
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to say yes i think it all goes back to women are meant to be seen and tired why is what we wear so important why don't you want to listen to what we've got to say why don't you want to listen to our society why is it so important how we dress what are you protecting us from from yourselves so control yourselves and maybe want to have to look at what i wear maybe you have to look at what i have to say and what i think ok now that we're talking about women being controlled in terms of their bodies and what they dress we're now in the wave of the me too movement and there's been a complaint that this movement while it is appreciated and very much needed has made . men the other the violent one how do you feel about that is it possible to have a balance discussion about equity without victimizing the man do you feel victimized when i listen to some of the rhetoric being you know put out there by feminists it almost does sound like they're demonizing all men the overwhelming majority of men try to be good and try to be reasonable are there the psychopaths
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out there that will disrespect women in valley women of course they are there but i think when i listen to what the me too movement is saying it's like hey all men you all this something wrong with you you need to fix this laying the blame at all the feet of all men can you imagine how you as a woman might feel if i was in some way. assaulted or violated by one woman and i made it the fault of all women i don't think you would like it you would write rightly tell me hey it's not all women ok i can hear patricia here first of all i think that's just like james being dishonest because this is the thing right when you look at the percentages of women who actually lie about sexual assault about things like rape one percent's not going to let me tell you there's a lot petitions happen if you haven't judge right a judge right now in the u.s. boys actually still manage to pass like all the barriers despite the fact that there were three women who came out and said this month assaulted i'm going to let me have you know if it was something actually see me in actually because what do
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you mean do i record you when you when you touch my asked why we called you let me come back let me come to you hasn't because i think this is pertinent for you as a male feminist you know how do you feel about what factoid touched on that these movements can sometimes demoralize men these movements are good for us to understand how we can walk with men to express their sexuality in respectable ways . that is the most significant thing out of these movements without looking at the advantages of men and you know men want to stay in the privileged privileged position nothing should gender but how i live my name they lead to protect but to me to movement. he's giving us evidence that the women express their sexuality has to be questioned because you cannot express your sexuality by six right harassing people they knew that you money between us disappears lindsey you've been quiet for a while i want to come to you for these global movements about women and feminism they translate they always translate in local settings. absolutely i
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feel like men like football my friend here i don't know if you have eyes and ears i don't know if they're walking because everywhere i look there is evidence of min of use in women the second last police report that came out defendant was the second highest crime in uganda one in three women have experienced sexual harassment at least once in their lifetime so many are saying not all of us and we're saying we don't know who the good one is do you have stickers how do we know that you're good if you feel like you're being unfairly harassed but not all of you are doing wrong things were saying talk to your mates meant it involves look at men tapping other women look at the mix saying very explicit discussing things about women and keep clades right but somehow feminists are coming for us if you feel like not all of you are bad then begin to do the walk to change the nice and ok ok i think i think please please please please i believe that we could be here for days talking about the issues that obviously multi-layered there evidently very complex but my
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question to the people standing here is do you think uganda will ever be egalitarian is that even a wish for the for the country how do you propose going about that father let me start with you i think. as long as the government and the country all of us focus on building wealth and lifting the country out of poverty i feel like you've got to terry and his him will simply arise as a side effect of that and this is what we've seen in many western countries the industrial revolution the greater wealth created in the world thus greater opportunities created greater options available for impoverished families where previously they might have had to keep their. at home on my the most earlier but now they say hey we can afford to send more girls to school and that is precisely what enrollment of those in primary school is almost. over the boys performing boys in terms of results i feel like we're already moving in that trajectory and i would only urge my sisters here to be happy about that so each other or be
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all right egalitarian tarion using in uganda is this a possibility is this of a going to be a reality i think it's a possibility but it has to happen when both parties involved like in families you grow up knowing that you and your brother equal so what changes when you watch in the wild why do you say oh no i can't i can't do this my wife asked to do that when you know when you were growing up you were doing the same thing on what is the role of men in creating this equality that we have such as an ideal men need to be part of the solution to achieve gender equality men need to accept to share power and to share decision making and men need to do to have respect for relationships they have ruled ok and. i'm not even sure if i should come to you because you might you might open another can of worms but monday i have to ask you is there ever
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going to be equality in uganda. when the what do you want to say is that they would only be for the big. enough said well we've had a very good number call me here today i think this is definitely one of the most heated debates we've had so far and we absolutely enjoyed it please do let us know what you think and thank you for watching.
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beautiful but appearances can be deceiving the fashion industry has a dark side and more and more people are becoming aware of it it's a sector in crisis. the fashion in which we decide to start making i think.
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nothing would change an opportunity for those who say fashion can change. sometime in the twenty six to you my great granddaughter. plenty of the. belike in your life time in around half a century. your world will be around two degrees warmer. comes in evidently the sea levels rise by at least one meter in the central. river and to have some climate impacts maternal greater than we see over me. it's
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our documentary depicts the contrasts of everyday life and how people cope with them during the first week starts may second spot g.w. . cut. cut. play. this is the news live from berlin a divisive and uncertain general election in spain many voters still undecided even as they go to the polls no party is expected to win a majority and the all right look says that if you enter parliament for the first
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time in decades. also coming up a community in mourning one person is dead or injured after a gunman opens fire on a passover service at a u.s. synagogue the country's jewish worshipers targeted for the second time in just six months. and the thailand's talks a case of special reports on some of the world's worst air pollution has left locals and gasping for breath. i'm calling aspen welcome to the program polls have opened across spain in what is said to be the country's most divisive general election in decades the party of the socialist prime minister pedro suggest is expected to get the most votes but delightfully not garner enough support to form a government election is marked by the rise of the far right movement of barks it
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opposes multiculturalism and has threatened to end its self rule for regions like catalonia. lisa lewis joins us now from madrid were voting is starting to take place now lisa this is a snap election the third election in spain in four years what's at stake. well there is a lot a saying here when you look back the snap election was called a few months ago after the socialist government couldn't get its budget through parliament this comes after three years of spain without a stable government and when you look at the latest polls from this monday they are actually showing that none of the two sides the left or the right will be able to get an outright majority says it is watching this very closely indeed. now just like in many european countries spain is seeing a resurgence of the far right what issues are driving that bear in spain well
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the one main issue that has been driving the rise of the far right is catalonia and the. attempt to declare independence they actually declared it of the year and a half ago and the far right vox party has been criticizing the socialist government on a pretty centrist has been in place since last summer to be supported to be cooperating with the catalan sad protests and then they were riding that wave of outrage of spanish nationalism is going back to the roots and critics have been criticizing the socialists in anything anybody who is not who doesn't agree that spain should be a united country and these messages are appealing to many voters and also to the young i've been talking to one of them a twenty year old law student who lives in madrid let's listen to what he had to say. i like how they defend our civil liberties and worst of them and they want to cut taxes are still important to the gender ideology
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promotion abortion and criminalizes about a lot of. young people are sick of our traditional politicians doing the opposite of what they promised. about this box party i mean they're kind of been the new kids on the block. yeah they were founded about five years ago by former members of the people's party of the center right party they won the first few seats in parliament in andalusia analysts here in december last year and today actually there are other elections taking place in violence in eastern spain where they're also set to win seats in parliament now their supporters are saying what we really like about them is that they speak their mind you know they openly say we against abortion be against temin his ideas against gender i.v. old ideology and we should go back to traditional values is obviously everybody's really watching how much support they're going to get because it's kind of
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difficult to predict how many people will vote for the votes party given that they haven't really creamed off a lot of votes in any earlier national elections so it's going to be a very game probably going down to the wire and it's going to be a very tense election campaign people will be watching the results all right a big day there in spain lisa louis thank you very much. now to sri lanka where one week after the easter suicide bombings new footage has emerged showing the deadly force of the blasts these images here from c.c.t.v. capturing the moment a bomb went off at the kingsbury hotel was just one of multiple sites in the capital colombo to be targeted more than two hundred fifty people died in the coordinated attacks on hotels and churches the country remains on edge today sri lankan forces have raided the headquarters of an islamist group suspected of being behind those attacks. now police are investigating a deadly shooting at
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a california synagogue that killed one person and wounded three others officials are calling the saturday attack a hate crime and or posting a link with an earlier fire at a nearby mosque mourners held a vigil for the victims at a nearby church community members from all faiths coming together to pay tribute to the shooting on the last day of passover comes just months after a gunman killed eleven people at another u.s. and agog. places of worship used to be centuries now nowhere seems sacred a gunman entered the chabad synagogue in power california as worshippers mock the final day of possible he opened fire with a high powered rifle killing one woman and wounding three more people including the rabbi. my friend was going to hit you she said my husband said she's got. to try to. stop the bleeding but
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immediately they had to take her to hospital as well as a suspected nineteen year old gunman fled the scene by car but was stopped on a highway and arrested shortly after police say his motivation may be detailed in a letter posted online we are collecting digital evidence and we're aware of his manifesto which we are in the process of reviewing determine its validity and authenticity. politicians were quick to call the attack the outcome of hate. at this moment it looks like a hate crime but it might be if this is all of those affected. we'll get to the bottom of it or ensure no. this is not how away we always walk with our arms around each other and we will walk through this tragedy with our arms around each other the attack comes just six months after a white supremacist killed eleven people at a synagogue in pittsburgh. now let's get you caught up on some of the other stories
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making news around the world serious flooding is being reported in parts of mozambique three days after cycle and if it the government is urging people to seek higher ground with with hundreds of thousands of risk the floods come just six weeks after another cycle on cycling he died killed more than six hundred people in the country. rival rallies have been held in the venezuelan capital caracas supporters of president nicolas maduro denounced states in the region which have recognized his rival won glide over as interim president why don't mean while held his own rally calling for another mass demonstration on may first i hope francis has donated half a million dollars to help migrants stranded in mexico as they try to reach the u.s. border the money comes from church collections around the world the vatican says the donation was made because decreasing media coverage of the crisis had produced international aid for the migrants. in the russian city of bloody vostok
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several thousand orthodox christians have celebrated easter with a traditional religious procession priests and military service men were among those taking part easter is one of the most popular and widely celebrated holidays in russia. sudan's military rulers and the civilian coalition of agreed in principle to establish a joint transitional council but the makeup of that council is still undecided thousands of protesters calling for civilian rule are continuing their weeks long demonstration there in the capital khartoum u.w. correspondent. is there. i get out of there. they could say ten but in the streets of khartoum nothing is still working and the greatest gift in the capital to sit around and buy translates to the. speed to send her a treat everybody knows stages. i grew up reading listening songs in the city
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phoenix not afraid everywhere. to release an across the generations is the overwhelming sound you hear of the town nevertheless people hear it's a done people insisting that fight isn't over just yet melissa a lot of the people's demands have not been met yet that's why we still come here i've come all the way from good on earth and i'm going to remain here until the regime actually falls. you know everybody here is united as the people give you a sense of comfort when you sitting here there is no fear. these people will only be said despite when the regime steps down completely and powerless tended to a civilian transitional government. incredibly well organized protest we are witnessing here with clementina's doing security checks revolutionary odds being created on the streets and cleaning patrols taking care of
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the rubbish. you can tell these protestors are here to stay and make sure that their revolution isn't stolen from them. well it's being called the toxic haze for weeks northern thailand has been rated one of the most polluted regions in the world the worst wildfires in years combined with traditional crop burning practices are blanketing the area in smaug w. correspondent charlet shell some pill traveled to chiang rai province where thousands of people have been left gasping for air and tourist numbers have plunged because of the pollution. it doesn't take long for a small blaze like this to turn into a rampant wildfire. that's something regional pretty interim some know only too well this month in northern thailand saw some of the most devastating forest fires in years and the danger is not over yet and this is
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a new fire the trees are very dry here. massive areas of land burnt to ash and the damage doesn't and that. this is what happens when you mix forest fires with heavy pollution it's being called a toxic hate lingering smoke a nazi steams creating a dangerous cocktail. two weeks chiang rai has recorded some of the west air quality in the world it's in the most vulnerable the hottest. eighty five year old been let jenks sampan has lived here all his life he and his wife say the pollution has never been this bad. i couldn't see clearly it made my eyes water they were really painful i'm afraid the small could get even worse and last even longer. pollution related health problems have surged health workers say they're struggling to cope yeah. it's really bad extremely bad i
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was not prepared for this but my sometimes even i can't breathe well and have to get medical help no matter what we do is just not enough. emergency services blame the wildfires on an unusually dry some of. this if they hear that the fires could become the norm i don't want to be ready. this fire team doesn't want to be caught off guard again that building dozens of dams like this one across these mountains they stopping the funds from spreading and holding water to put them out people here are now just praying for the rainy season to hit and put an end to this talk that might manage this year at least. to sports now and let's get you caught up on formula one ball terry botox will take
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pole position in sunday's azerbaijan grand prix after setting the fastest lap in the qualifying in the capital baku both toss and merce sadie's teammate lewis hamilton will line up at the front of the grid thanks to some mishandling from their rivals the favorite to finish first in qualifying charles the cleric's hopes for pole position in the azerbaijan grand prix had a wall on saturday demonic us collision into line up ninth to start the race putting his team ferrari at a disadvantage. the mercedes drivers capitalize on the cleric's bill with baltar rebooked us flying through to clinch pole position. while reigning world champion and current leader lewis hamilton slotted in behind his teammate to finish second the mercedes team certainly had their share of luck with the cleric's accident and they took full advantage with their own performance. and so close all weekend drive looks incredibly quick and about to do the exceptional
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job in qualifying. it's just it's is a massive massive a great result for us no good now hamilton and booked us will need to deliver another strong performance in baku on sunday to make the hard work in qualifying count. you're watching news coming up next for decades exploited both human beings and the environment but can fast fashion change its ways stay tuned for that news we'll be back at the top of the hour stages. shifting powers the old order is history the world is religion izing itself and the media's role is keep the topic in focus of the global media forum twenty nine teams
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today one out of two people is online who are we following whom do we trust to beijing and shape the future at the georgia dome and global media for twenty two. on april the twenty fourth two thousand and thirteen the rana plaza complex in bangladesh collapsed crushing to death one thousand one hundred thirty five garment workers and injuring two thousand more warnings the building was unsafe were ignored there were customer orders to be made on time to satisfy our insatiable demand for fast fashion the horrific news and images shocked the world some people
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called it the clothing industry's nine eleven it exposed the dark reality of a system out of control too many collections too much consumption too much pressure from shareholders designers burning out globalised fashion has become an all too many ways unsustainable. to follow the clear thing this tree is a never ending loop it's completely insane with dongles trends what's in what's out what's hot what's not none of that exists now. the only production in fashion at the moment has kept us all production. there's no cultural production anymore today the system is absurd. the fashion industry produces eighty billion garments every year making it the second largest polluter in the world second only to oil fashion has become a toxic passion that is destroying us with
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a grin on its face. we met up with progressive activists who are working to humanize fashion. some have rediscovered weaving others use three d. printers all of them call for ethical creativity and fashion that is sustainable and humane it's a do it about in different superficial fashion a smug parody of itself today another kind of fashion is possible. paris april the twenty fourth two thousand and seventeen four years to the day since the rana plaza disaster a group of fashion activists are commemorating the loss of life want to cause i'll tell you what i could do but don't worry about a check for them there's blood on the clothes we buy and wear the culprit is the fashion business their slogan is who made my clothes and they want to put
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a face to those who keepers trend. make like. i feel like shouting this is an appeal to the world. they using printed prop happenings and internet radio broadcasts of street debate to get their message across. that the rana plaza tragedy was the moment when for the first time i opened my wardrobe to see where the clothes i own had been made that logic was hit it seemed vollies next month before that the town's really camera actually caught fire in bangladesh one hundred twelve women died in the flames or by jumping from windows the conditions are truly appalling no one talked about it until every thousand people died and thoughtful she mocked. the movement is now an international one called fashion revolution. fashion revolutions aim is to speak out and raise awareness we're convinced we can
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change fashions ecosystem and to do that we need a grassroots movement. that fashion revolution is calling for transparency as with organic products the idea is to make a garment supply chain traceable they want to see the faces behind the labels via twitter brands a challenge to disclose information the group's anger and frustration are aimed primarily at the multimillion dollar retailers who invented fast fashion. especially in the uk fast fashion has brands like zorro who showed up in the ninety's with a really new business model it involved producing clothes as cheaply as possible in very poor countries in order to offer innovative collections every three weeks which made a real contribution to fashion. this need for constant novelty created a kind of addiction which is pretty harmful for the planet and for people.
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on november the twelfth two thousand and four for the first time ever a god of karl lagerfeld created an affordable collection for h. and m. . friends it crowns of bargain hunters clean down to swedish clothing giant stores in just twenty minutes with a rarity enhanced through communication these mass locks design a collaboration so become a hysteria inducing huli ritual. we were perhaps the first industry to come up with the concept of planned obsolescence we claim increasingly sooner that the clothes the products we've created on no longer fit for purpose and shouldn't be worn. away. contraceptive image the fast fashion giants talk about virtuous circles and launch
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recycling initiatives but they continue to overproduce clothes at lower and lower cost. their party last week in paris i saw a poster for a little bikini top that cost four euros ninety five cents and i felt sick to my stomach but. it was a very complicated bikini top as well with a small very well stitched triangle. when you look at the photo you know there is usually a two year. worth of thread. of material plus shipping marketing costs and so on. this thing should have costs i reckon at least fifteen years. it's cheaper than a sandwich it's intolerable because it's teaching people that it has no value.
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every season ater court publishes her trend predictions she's regarded as an all for a t. even when she challenges the convictions of the somewhat closed world of fashion she is currently dean of hybrid studies at parsons new york for more than thirty years her trend books have been the bible of fashion editors and brands are like. this color that will be the season's favorite. one year after the run up class of building collapse she published plenty fashion an upbeat damning manifesto addressing the fashion system's fate but. they couldn't carry on pretending that everything was fine when i felt very strongly that it wasn't. it wasn't fun. because i love fashion and i really enjoyed all the years i spent working in the system. and i'm not a negative or an activist that isn't my thing. court has no illusions she can see
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fashion becoming greedy and for a young designers are trying to become hyperactive divas essential crafts and skills are disappearing and that is our for profit has seen designers deprived of their creativity she believes that instead of reflecting the spirit of the age fashion has itself become outdated just that i would change everything in fashion it's sad and at the same time very exciting as it anti fashion has become fashionable it's become a movement. and he fashion it's a term used with increasing frequency it's now even a movement the anti fashion project which holds its general assembly in must say world capital of this radical call for change. we believed we would have taken a degree of infiniteness by consuming and reinventing people another leaf has been shattered. for three days thinkers and fair fashion
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activists joined forces with emerging brands outraged designers students and dad is to give fashion a make over. we decided to reinvent sneakers to create a pair that respected people as well as the environment and that vision was born. founded in two thousand and four vision was one of the first brands to combine cool with ecological awareness. is to firstly deconstruct the entire production chain then improve each stage it's a mix of fair trade organic awareness and social inclusion. we buy wild rubber in the amazon rain forest we buy our organic cotton directly we know all the producers . and it's a totally transparent approach as for marketing we don't shine the spotlight on a top model or athlete but rather on the way in which our sneakers are made.
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with an annual turnover of over eight million euros has shown that a moral conscience and huge profits can go hand in hand responsible fashion however represents only around five percent of global sales fast fashions frantic and environmentally toxic calendar has become the norm plus it upsets creative rhythms . working to such tight time scale of obviously has an impact on designers. sometimes they'll food products in stores inspired by their own creations before they've even supplied their own clients. this evidently impacts on the creative process too there's also a need to be increasingly present and to crank out new collections faster and faster than in the late one nine hundred ninety s. with globalization and the advent of fast fashion the world of underwent major changes independent fashion houses were bought up by multinationals and fashion
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became the biggest money spinners of these luxury empires which opening new stores all over the world in two thousand and seventeen the global luxury goods sank to reach sales of over a quarter of a trillion euros with a pressure of stock prices monitored in real time by shareholders the fashion business changed the race was on to continually develop new product innovations and produce them in greater numbers became impossible for designers to keep up the murderous pace. but three of them can come up with sixteen collections a year while maintaining a consistent brand image the designer is in the public eye so they're kind of brand ambassador but someone who used to working in a studio making clothes cannot comprehend that they suddenly have to give instructions were mentally and that the nature of their work has changed our. design is today i can't really designers or clothes make them managers and that can be really traumatic. among designers this new pace has been
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a factor in burnout and worse in twenty eleven john galliano's anti semitic outburst seems like career suicide the designer was exhausted and strung out on drugs to your fight him. not long before that the suicide of alexander mcqueen at the height of his fame rocked the fashion world in two thousand and fifteen raf simmons and albury albinos walked out of dior and long form in the space of ten years the figure of the worn out designer has been. the cliche of a creatively sterile system. looking at the fashion world over the last thirty years in the late eighty's and the ninety s. you had the big names. helmut lang. you prove that clothes were no longer just clothes that they could be part of the history of design the history of art that's when clothes started addressing societal issues. and the questions of gender japanese minimalism which reflected
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a crisis a country in transformation. the prophet to futurism faction became a very active and very aware member of society. there people realized all of a sudden we were facing a new age the temporality a fashion a system that totally distorted the intentions. globalized the fashion image has cannibalized new media blogs and social networks the brands all post frantically on instagram v.o.i.p. fashion shows are a thing of the past collections are revealed in real time meanwhile internet users create their own clothes shows one collection follows the next in a never ending hypnotic but shallow stream with instagram the outsiders preferred medium can deliver an alternative message. for how do you go about creating desire for a garment what you call the fact is if you don't desire
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a garment you don't buy it because you thought you want to buy it when you've seen it looking good somewhere. and then you wonder looking good where. girls don't actually buy fashion magazines anymore they check out instagram . instagram is the virtual showroom of some years the idea of a designer and anti fashion activist spotted by joan sharda cast about jack she goes to places fashion ignores and wants to tackle the to boost of her time. and in bringing my designs here makes them come alive fashion magazine photos don't always do it for me i have a problem with studio shoots i like life having people in the background people watching even something going wrong nothing is planned. here. simmias the idea is perhaps the quintessential digital native.
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that's great just her hands she is part of a generation who are done with the immediate allure of capitalism and who are instead searching for meaning. now what i've come here with a transparent head scarf to take away its dark religious aspect the fact it frightens people and so on to show that it's basically just an item of clothing one that i've turned into a fashion accessory. it isn't religious clothing at all even if there is a nod to that i repurposed clothes but with a touch of humor it would be awful if you could have fun with fashion. unable to finance the manufacture of her connection samir has created a multi-platform visual environment her creations become collages that find a place in art galleries where she sells them. she questions the notion of boundaries as seen and heard in this political video featuring
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a dress inspired by the plight of migrants. who could be. called a. well you know this dress represents a country that doesn't exist it's actually a standard bearer and it standard is the word migrant i use a lot of collage to present my work and i put it on an olympic podium in the winner's position. competing outside the market some here has her own each she encourages dance to think about the unresolvable problems of our times for her fashion reflects a stance. avoid the verge of a fashion elevate every day staples and even embrace ugliness this is the philosophy of vet mom the latest cool fashion sensation it's an international collective of young designers founded by denmark cross-eyed leah
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a former student of mine. the great pioneer of deconstructed clothing. with models first noteworthy show was an anti fashion shot in the arm held in the basement of a hardcore gay club over excited fashion editors discovered second hand clothes with couture edge no professional models just ordinary people generic cards a cool or even ice cold demonstration of the art of repurchasing. them they offered clothes symbolizing life styles in their hands and hoodies and the like became icons they really changed the proportions and the assemblage of components their very raw very interesting styling was understood the world over. to more concrete a long war. in far on a cell for once he was a brand that took the history of close seriously and said ok if this is the age of
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clothing we're going to go all the way and show that they're just clothes not fashion. only deeply. after just three seasons fred moore had already become a firm favorite among pop stars and other celebrities most of their items sold down before they hit the shelves. very small to guarantee fashion to extremes with its version of the t. shirt worn by d.h.l. couriers. to get it's something that fashion has always done it's the poorest style is the borrowing of work symbols clothes and uniforms it's been done before with the sale of jersey the boiler suits overalls is a kind of tape over her fashion. and you surely must sell do sean did it the whole movement did exactly the same thing i think there's contact between the two there's the work and at the same time contemporary art they're very aware of
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what they're doing. and bothers me more is that millions of people are willing to fork out loads to look like a delivery guy thought poor summary i knew you were an original d.h.l. t. shirt costs less than ten dollars with a designer price tag version is the most unexpected fashion hit of recent years and it has in turn itself been copied. by. three four hundred dollars for a shirt this is the. kind of ridiculous it feels like they're almost messing with the fashion industry by doing that it's controversial so i. try and is not so much reduced zinah as a fashion geek on a whim he created vetter mean a label parodying vet and it all started when he saw a better oversized black parker center in new york on day one.
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he has created a parallel market with his home are stroke bootleg project and maverick has his own independent and ironic fashion brand to do by prayer and his research online i looked on google to find a factory. all the designs i did in photoshop. there's a reference. were. turned into my own. quarter on with a huge fan base soon vetter means no conscious provided competition for the originals a restart this eight times and it's all about. trying float his version and created a bounce in the fashion press not least. my early articles were about. ten surely
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getting. what's going to do. people like that make it so i clicked big new york times wrote about it they reached out to that was that moment told. that they liked the project they supported and they were not going to see so i was super happy the. beatitude of democrats leaders collect. it is surprising in an industry where piracy is the archenemy sector is journey to the law it raises questions about royalty information sharing open source culture and the real message here is creation that comes out of no when no longer exists everyone builds on existing codes of the genes make a name for themselves by remixing by creating a ritual track from a work that is in their own unique fashion does that to me is if it's. there and that's a good thing if it promotes the recycling salvaging repurchasing of existing pieces
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. it can become a positive message about current consumption so that's actually false. it is a hobby for donald tran his danger will be selecting and selling the best used luxury and design of clothing on the grail to platform items for fashion followers rarities that he finds online and then sounds or collect himself. through to actually sold this research for five high and i. ship them so. i close with five a history to this one for example. it's rare. you can't find. anywhere else in a new buy i knew. some hundreds of people have. this what are. i really have to re-use i don't feel like i need
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more new it's expensive than i need it i love to recycle. it's. the fashion. to start making clothes i think would be of. nothing which i think we would have enough. of everyone every single animal on earth.
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the overproduction of clothes has reached staggering levels every year two and a half billion pairs of jeans are sold in the world france alone disposes of a massive seven hundred thousand tons of clothes annually only one quarter will be sorted and cycled in centers like this one the shanta loop levene in the paris suburbs the best pieces are resold in france others are shipped to africa while unsellable items are turned into insulation. inexhaustible source of fabric is and i use his hunting ground to this is where the hipster rag picker on earth the roll materials for her future collections.
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by thapar take because there's already more than enough material out there and it makes no sense to produce more. today i found this fabulous wool in material i'm going to make a little jacket with it. this cotton here will be perfect for swirly dress. i don't and this is my fave it's everything i love a big floral print and it used to be a curtain i'm after bold prints that tell a story and with lots of flowers that's really the d.n.a. of my collections and they're a near perfect condition to. with that finds and i nice produces two collections a year for her brand layers a cooper hardly. an ace is green approach turning old materials into desirable fashion items is a classic case of upcycling. based
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in greater london eccentric thirty something daniel horowitz is the antithesis of fast fashion he makes woven cloth and his mill is the first in the british capital for over a century. the london cloth company has revived a bygone craft in the process bringing the long forgotten machines back to life and they work wonders. with a handful of cash a collector's spirit and his d.i.y. skills harris has revived the authentic tweet that is in such big demand. this is the design for about nine hundred ten i got from a place called terrace in scotland and it came out of a basement filled with water so every single piece of this one end of it is covered
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in rust this is actually the loom i started with that we use it but we've seen. these sorts of things is a very basic you have to know about the nation that no information in life all they want to do is we have one thing but they will weave it all day every day without. daniel's mills spans several industrial revolutions his turn of the century looms sit alongside one thousand nine hundred sixty s. machines it's a strangely beautiful scene. despite his mills archaic appearance daniel is a formidable soul trader with a startup mentality he puts the magic of marketing at the service of a passionate love of all frantic textiles. moving insanely repetitive it's. boring but it
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drives you. for some reason to keep doing it and doing it more and getting it better each time i can't really tell you what it is it's like an addiction. a very very cruel unforgiving addiction but what is incredibly satisfying is getting therapy that has been washed of what we call finished back delivered and you open it up and it's not sort of an attempt at doing it it's. there's no planned obsolescence or daniel's mail his artfully woven cloth is durable and can be passed on for several generations just like our grandparents clothes and his approach appeals to global brands like a half long and even nike. the company gets its fair share of visitors eager to notice secrets of authentic british tweed.
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what it's very good for is educating people in the way your fabric comes from and actually how much work goes into it they would never necessary fully understood the path. that the wall or the cotton or whatever would take in order to become the cloth then becomes your clothes. on his own modest scale house has invented a new model of a retro future factory design a bass worker and artist he has reinvented tweed culture and restored its authenticity. i award away from the clatter of machines the work of co-operative friends of light embodies a new idea of luxury taken to the extreme ultra slow fashion with monastic patience
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by hand and in the middle of the countryside for new yorkers spin weave and so one off pieces this gets filled up late and you can start here and there and then connect us. there star creation is this reinterpretation of the chanel suit woven using ancient techniques. a lot of people refer to it s. the new quitter. i check it now but will go up because it's kind of til the first thirty two hundred dollars and we pay ourselves fifteen dollars an hour but so it's a very transparent process because it takes us at least the whole that sixty hours to make so. friends of lines wealthy cling on town can afford this extra bit of soul it's a new kind of luxury instead of the umpteenth she cooks sensory they purchase one
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off hand crafted pieces made with that most precious of commodities time. meanwhile ultra futuristic machines are a great time saver it took a three d. printer one hundred twenty hours to make this jacket. this object scana the next major technical revolution is done it pegs collection assistant. a graduate of shankar a prestigious fashion school in tel aviv the young israeli designer made waves with her extraordinary graduation show. i didn't know anything about. working on this project so i started my research. so
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many amazing series there knowledge with an hour to learn more about this technology local branch of the maker movement platform provided her with access to high tech machines enabling her to artfully meld fashion and technology. so that this is a well. managed their media if we take all the information they take to anything i know about three. four first collection created entirely at home and done it perry kept the machines running night and day to print jackets dresses skirts and even shoes a groundbreaking work baffled some of her teachers but captivated people elsewhere . just two weeks over five million people view the video on facebook of this first and fiercely independent collection. this is
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a very tired jacket it has the word leverage to invest it in to the textile and it was the first garment they ever printed in three d. so jacket has a really big plays in my heart for this triangular lottie's jacket which he printed piece by piece and then assembled peleg was inspired by the composition of usually della quires masterpiece liberty leading the people. and i felt that is what leads us is actually there for the idea of freedom that's why did d.i.y. culture are becoming so big and people are actually really like to create things by themselves and i like to believe that self-reliance and a leg to be part of the production of what there have been i felt like something big is happening this is starting of a new revolution. from
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has rediscovered hand craftsmanship but technology is threatening to turn couture on its head. for the last ten years dutch designer iris found help and has been stunning the fashion press her inspired foundry cushing designs are made from nearly everything back to fabric and she was the first designer to use three d. printers to produce unique textures and structures with futuristic materials and today she has a show in paris. the centerpiece of her collection is reminiscent. of a cloud of suspended drops of water dumped the alchemy of light traffic. through the structure actually.
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inspired by insects early morning when i covered in the. information behind. a lights can actually transform the shape of the body. explorer of the unconscious visionary and determined our is fun happened has had a mesmerizing impact the multi-disciplinary designer works with scientists architects and artists like new zealand connors fun camp with whom she created her legendary collection voltage. aerials and technologies have. statics and
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when you step to. as a designer you can come. to. a completely new shapes and even your behaviors of the gunman's. already immortal irises dressers are exhibited in museums around the world at once primitive and futuristic all her collections offer an anxious and poetic view of nature. reconnecting with nature is tech fashions new field of research the future will involve making garments with cellulosic fibers derived from resources available in abundance such as seaweed. potatoes corn and even milk. there's the promise of replacing all things synthetic with biotech which is obviously much better for the environment for people for our skin for everything. these
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alternative fibers are vital it takes eleven thousand liters of water as well as pesticides to make a single pair of cotton jeans the world's main fashion brands together use over one hundred billion liters of fresh water annually in light of this disaster for the environment there is an urgent need for action. there are already products being made with spider silk but with no spiders involved spiders are capable of producing five different sorts of threads including one that is very elastic it's a silk so strong that it can be used to make bulletproof fabrics. having created a protein that bears similarities to spider silk california start our friend manufacturers of synthetic fiber every bit as flexible enjoyable as the original. this new nonpolluting material called the interest of british designer stella mccartney
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she teamed up with thread to produce the world's first synthetic spider silk dress a lifelong vegetarian the designer has been sending a strong message to the industry by putting her money on biomimicry with a firm belief that by emulating nature strategies and patterns we can create an eco friendly planet. by seemingly different means and approaches slow fashion and high tech fashion share a utopia. high tech and slow craft share a vision of another world one where we pollute much less and produce locally doing away with no need for transport. so it's where we can disseminate around the world maybe just the idea or the technology or the program and i think this is where open source will play a huge role open source version. one day i was invited to an
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important event and i wanted to wear something specially new for it so look through my suitcase that i couldn't find anything to wear i was lucky to be that the college account friend said that day and i had access to three d. printers so quickly design a skirt on my computer and i loaded the file on the printers just printing the pieces overnight the next morning they just took all the for uses somebody together in my hotel room and this is actually did it skirt that i'm wearing right now. the teachers line zation of clothing advocated by done it was a hit with a ted talks community the international sounding board for god ideas encourage the young designer to go further. want to try and do production with one of their idols i call it must be induction but it's on a one hundred limited edition jacket and every customer is scared to come to my
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website customized jacket. anything and then integrate it with fitting session and have it completely customized to the by the national. television is a high tech city for the latest project done to panic joined forces with the local startup that is launched on allowing shoppers to measure their bodies and get their exact size immediately. so the only thing she has to do is to take the two close is in front of the camera with her body shape visible so it's like. turning say those. three d. printing plus made to measure means no material is wasted this represents huge potential savings for big brands who are also keen to get their hands on customer's personal data to target the more effectively. in the near future
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three d. printers will become more mainstream and replicate traditional fabrics fashion is set to witness a new industrial revolution clothing will be digital and patterns downloadable. and i'm still waiting for someone to upload patterns on an open source site open source designers elsewhere are already doing it. and waiting for fashion to catch up so we can make our own dior skirts book like in the old days when designer patterns used to be sold to department stores and they would recreate the garments it was the ready to wear of the time we're not inventing anything new it'll just be a different way of doing things. not have. this utopia of a shift or a sharing economy are still some way off but there is constant reinvention on the fringes of the fashion world more transparent more responsible driven by
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a culture of sharing and d.i.y. boosted by the inevitable technological revolution fashion status is changing. it can finally be a common good again fashions current crisis might just lead to its liberation. it's one of the most hotly debated buildings in germany first there was the city palace then the east german alice of the republic. after germany unification
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a decision was made rebuild her limbs city palace dollars a standout project. for. thirty minutes on w. . and during the civil chain reaction of breasts. began around six hundred years ago in the renaissance the revolution in fought enabled this many people became aware of their abilities and strengths in a new way there was an outpouring of self-confidence and mentions it's the first. time.
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the darkest. time of. this week t w. leg. length. this is the w. news a live in a divisive and general election in spain many of those of us still undecided even as they go to the polls no posse is expected to win a majority and the far right looks set to enter parliament for the first time in
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decades also coming up a community in mourning one person is dead and three injured after a gunman opens fire on a possible service at a u.s. synagogue the country's jewish worship was targeted for the second time in just six months. and i mean you can thank so much for joining us. they're saying is underway across spain in what is the country's most divisive general election in decades the posse of socialist prime minister pedro sanchez is expected to get the most votes but it may not gonna enough support to form a government the election is marked by the rise of the far right blocs posse that
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opposes multiculturalism and has threatened to end self rule for regions like catalonia. lisa lewis joins us now from lisa you've been talking to voters today tell us what are you hearing from them. well the voters i talked to from all sides of the political spectrum one lady was waiting for her voted for we need us for them was the far left party saying you know it was really important for me to turn out to vote today to block the rise of the far right then a gentleman he said he had voted for see that and i was basically saying the right is the only you are the only ones i trust to run this country in an effective way what they seem to be grieving on is that this has been a very divisive very very tense election campaign indeed and that these elections are really important for the future of this country now as in many countries and
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many european countries spain is seeing a resurgence of the far right what is driving that. well the main issue that has helped the far right votes party rises in the polls is these two of catalonia an independence they have been critical in criticizing the socialist government under pedro sunshines that was in place since last summer for actually being supported by a catalan independence independent separatist party and then they were used. being that wave of nationalist fervor really to push for other values very conservative values there against abortion there kens what they call the so-called gender ideology anything that would give women for the rights now you have to remember that these people used to be members of the people's party the conservative party and they used to be kept in check by the conservative party he was adamant that
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people shouldn't be saying these things out loud even if they were thinking them the supporters of the votes party have someone supporters his especially has been telling me what he really liked about it was was that they were speaking their mind . is there any chance that these elections could finally bring some political stability to spain. while they stood a chance yes of course when you look at the latest polls from monday they say that it's none of the two blocs in the right nor the left would win an outright majority now one factor could tip that balance that is if many people turned out to vote we have received first figures of voters participation from the two pm this afternoon they really high that forty one percent that's more than four points above what happened what was the figure in two thousand and sixteen and in some regions in spain it looks like it's even a record of participation in history and spanish history now that only shows to
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what extent spaniards understand how important these elections are rightly following in reporting from madrid thank you so much. to sri lanka now one week after the east to suicide bombings new footage showing the deadly force of the blasts these images from security cameras captured the moment a bomb went off at the kingsbury hotel it was just one of the multiple sites in the capital colombo to be targeted more than two hundred fifty people died in the coordinated attacks on hotels and churches the country remains on edge today sure lankan forces have raided the headquarters of an islamist group suspected of being behind the attacks. police are investigating a deadly shooting at a california synagogue that killed one person and wounded three others officials a calling the saturday attack a hate crime and a programming proving
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a link with an early a fire at a nearby mosque mourners held a vigil for the victims as a nearby church community members from all faiths coming together to pay tribute to the shooting on the last day of passover comes just a few months after a gunman killed eleven people as another us in a go. places of worship used to be centuries now nowhere seems very gruesome a gunman entered the chabad synagogue in power in california as worshippers marked the final day of passover he opened fire with a high powered rifle killing one woman and wounding three more people including the rabbi. my thing was that you she said my husband she's down. to try to. stop meeting but they had to take her to hospital. i suspect a nineteen year old gunman fled the scene by car but was stopped on a highway and arrested shortly after police say his motivation may be detailed in
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a letter posted online we are collecting digital evidence and we're aware of his manifesto which we are in the process of reviewing determined civility and authenticity. politicians were quick to call the attack the outcome of hate. at this moment it looks like a hate crime but my deepest sympathies to all of those affected. will get to the bottom of it or ensure no. this is not how away we always walk with our arms around each other and we will walk through this tragedy with our arms around each other the attack comes just six months after a white supremacist killed eleven people at a synagogue in pittsburgh. now to some of the other stories making news around the world serious flooding is being reported in parts of mozambique three days off the cyclon kenneth hit the government is urging people to seek higher ground with
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hundreds of thousands at risk the floods come just six weeks off to another site. killed more than six hundred people in the country. rival rallies have been held in the venezuelan capital caracas supporters of president nicolas maduro denounced states in the region which recognize his rival. as interim president who i don't mean while held his own rally calling for another mass demonstration on the first of may. francis has donated hoffa a million dollars to help migrants stranded in mexico as they try to reach the u.s. border the money comes from church collections around the world the vatican says the donation was made because decreasing media coverage of the crisis has reduced international aid for the migrants. in the russian city of light of all stuck several thousand orthodox christians have celebrated easter with a traditional religious procession priests and military service men were among
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those taking part is one of the most popular and widely celebrated holidays in russia. south korea has marked one year since a peace summit between president and north korea's kim jong il and the two leaders met in the demilitarized zone dividing the peninsula on saturday south korea launched a new footpath near the border zone called the pathway to peace it was introduced after the north refused to implement an agreed plan to provide tourists with greater access. to two ago and promises the group that today will be a special. she's right the hikers will soon head to the most heavily guarded the border in the world complete with no man's land watch tones a democracy. line. i hope that the two koreas will soon be reunited. then i can travel to the north by foot bike or even by plane.
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this is of korean government has opened footpaths near the border to the public until recently the area was the preserve of soldiers some twenty civilians chosen by lottery out the first to explore the newly launched trial near the de-militarized zone. at a nearby viewing platform visitors taking photos can just make out the lucky hike is on the peace trail. it's a real shame that we can cross over into north korea we be there in ten minutes from here. but it's good to leave it isn't. the eight to kill me to hike once through forests and scales hills to permit of view of the korean divide across the border in the congo national park the diamond mountains are still out of reach for south korean hawk is. a day earlier
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a prominent guest visited the area despite the rain south korean president took a stroll on the peace trail highlighting the political significance of the project . after two and a half hours of walking the group returns to the bus. before they drop off the hike is reflect on the experience. of. people you know how is it meant that i was a little scared as we walked along the fence i didn't feel safe. i hope that the border and the barbed wire will disappear just like the berlin wall. the hikers have been reminded of korea's natural beauty as well as the scar that runs through it. it's been called the toxic hey is four weeks now an old from thailand has been rated one of the most polluted regions in the world the worst wild in years combined with traditional crop burning practices of blanketing
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the area and small correspondent charlotte chazan pill traveled to trying ripe problems where thousands of people have been left off and tourist numbers have plunged because of the pollution. it doesn't take long for a small blaze like this to turn into a rampant wild. that's something regional why she's pretty trim some know only too well this month jan right in northern thailand saw some of the most devastating forest fires in years and the danger is not over yet and this is a new fire the trees are very dry here. massive areas of land burnt to ash and the damage doesn't and that. this is what happens when you mix forest fires with heavy pollution it's being called a toxic hate lingering smoke and noxious fumes creating
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a dangerous cocktail. two weeks chiang rai has recorded some of the worst air quality in the world it's in the most vulnerable the hottest. eighty five year old but let's jensen pen has lived here all his life he and his wife say the pollution has never been this bad. i couldn't see clearly it made my eyes water they were really painful i'm afraid the small could get even worse and last even longer. pollution related health problems have surged health workers say they're struggling to cope yeah. it's really bad extremely bad i was not prepared for this but me sometimes even i can't breathe well and have to get medical help no matter what we do it's just not enough. emergency services blame the wildfires on other unusually dry summer.
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there's a fear here that the fires could become the norm and authorities want to be ready this fire team doesn't want to be caught off guard again that building dozens of dams like this one across these mountains they stopping the fires from spreading and holding water to put them out people here and now just praying for the rainy season to hit and put an end to this toxic might manage but this year at least. reminder of the top story we're following for you today very thing is underway across spain for the country's third general election and for years it's very much it's being described as the most divisive in decades no posse is expected to win the majority of the far right looks set to make a resurgence. at the but you can always get news on the go just download our app
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from google play or still access to all the latest news from around the world as well as push notifications for any breaking news you can also use that to send us your photos and your videos. you're watching a nice i'll be back with more news at the top of the alba state choose because we'll have the best of the action from saturday's put in just three games in just a moment including a game between bitter rivals dope on the local pride was at stake for both teams and don't need a way to keep that title challenge going to stay tuned for that and thanks for watching state of the union. i'm nothing out of the germans because sometimes they are the most and nothing with the. deep into the german culture. we get from this grandma
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you know it's cold out there no time rachel join me for me to get from the gulf coast. to survey. climate change becomes. much more you can write a program to be smart if you want to come to. the club. here on w. there were six games on saturday but only one really mattered on match day thirty one of them right here behind me a match considered the mother of all this thing it's obvious. against alka and it's
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always about more than just points as you can see there is just so much at stake and yes it's a fight for bragging rights but for dortmund this is a pieces of dobby discussion about the title race shelter meanwhile could use a hand in the battle against relegation. match day thirty one features the key players in the race for the european places frank lot of sick and better all in with the shots it's tight it's tense and it's coming down to the wire. welcome to the bundestag here on d.w.i. i'm nick mechanic line now it doesn't matter where double is out there are the table the road dobby is always the biggest game on the calendar but this season there's a little extra spice shaka i have in the second worst campaign in the club's history and are dangerously close to relegation dortmund on the other hand are in the final round of a heavyweight fight for the title the last time goldman did the double against shaka they won the league in twenty twelve that's
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a pretty good omen and as another another win against south that will put marcos aside and open session so win the championship. few games in football evoke such passion is to shout her surprise teens plenty at stake in this one will be its offices ends of the table shall cut down on their luck and truth to form the title contenders struck first i carried it in his head on the end of jade and sam shows dinkins in the box sanchez has more assists than anyone this season but watch closely the englishman struck by lights are thrown by shouts of fans don't mislead lasted just four minutes this controversially a judge to be handful daniel caligiuri leveling from the parents the sport eighteen minutes gone more shouted joy followed caligiuri scorn amazed by salish sammy he somehow managed to beat four top and defenders to the pool despite dominating possession to him and went in at half time frustrated by shocker and those
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frustrations soon boiled over. mark or roy's sharing a straight red for this foul on through it said and i would go on the captain disappearing down the tunnel with him perhaps the side streams of the title. caligiuri crashed in the resulting free kick clearly relishes these gains this was his third goal in his last four darby matches he's also got three assists in that time and if this was bad for dortmund because why. yes another reckless challenge. another red card five minutes after the last marius both the man dismissed starts in a carbon copy of his captain the nine men refused to give in x. over it so that the far post proved one that. belongs to shall i putting the gloss on the tree i saw two with four minutes to go
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i can tell from question with the house i was not to have a design always a different game to a normal bonus the game it's like a cup match there's only a winner and a loser and it doesn't matter where you are in the table. if someone of unity if we don't win our game says it's impossible to catch up with. an answer. before they shall because last when enjoyment was in two thousand and twelve the current stats say this man who stevens five years before that shall co were beaten by two men to end their title hopes history has a funny habit of coming back to home she i. was away in their fish almost safe from the drop but they need a little help from club why well it's glad when their match against it got it opens a nine point cushion between shocker and their relegation rivals and with just
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street games left of the season and nine points up for grabs it's looking pretty good so did the foals dish out a big big favor. ecovillage took charge of his first game and struck his job is simple make sure the team doesn't suffer also much like relegation they started the game on the back foot had a glorious chance to take the lead in the fifth minute was but allison player was thwarted by ron roberts and this to go up i believe had made. five changes from the side that humiliated itself in a six nil defeat to oust book and there was clearly more fights in this team and i expect and borne a series of both picked up yellow cards. gradually the hosts started to create chances to all the gonzalo castro's attempted finish left a lot to be desired. but almost punished them but you're not failed to break the deadlock from another one on one situation frustration for coach d.
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to hacking up after half time stuttgart grew in confidence and the stars just don't miss went agonizingly close up done as persevered and in the fifty six minutes his hard work paid off. by the strike against it got a lead the fitting their passionate display against a lot thought side it was a crisp finish to beat young zama ingo. they defended that slim late with their lives for the rest of the game helped by a lack of imagination from cutbacks attack. and it was enough to give them a hard earned one nil win interim coach village has clearly struck the right tone the reward is a crucial victory in the battle to stay in the top division. and now it's time to have a look at the matches that could change the landscape of the chase for europe let's start with frank they're having a great run there the last german team still involved in european competition they
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were set to qualify for the chap as the next season but it was a failed to win their last two games and now they face their bogey team as a berlin and they turn things around. or frankfurt running out of gas their rapid improvement in the last few years highlighted by this season's europa league run is taking its toll there talk it's been less critical in recent weeks matches until you're a bitch in the thirty second minute. berlin when listened their previous six minutes to push frankfurt on the up. there and this well. look us countries any first minute red card put an unexpected away when further out of hair to grasp. that one man up banker keeper kevin chop is kept busy securing the shut out for his side in stoppage time. this president is resident personally i'd be really disappointed if we lost everything we've worked for the last few weeks because we deserve our place in the standards and sister the in that system wished in. us frankfurt fumbled
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leipsic prepared to pounce they've been on top form and kept it up against rival team avengers fifteenth of the season put them ahead was. but freiburg have a slide doc you can take a mean free kick i mentioned so crito opportunistically levelled things in the sixty seventh minute shooting before the keeper was ready. eleven minutes later and kevin started back but the ball with his arm penalty substitute imo for a speck stepped up and slotted it home forsberg still delivered the win and more importantly champions league qualification it's another tyson say tional day that would lock down the champions league spots for match days from season's end play play safe and that were also in the cup final is simply fantastic i feel it as it is and from. their cup loss to byron made the match in dusseldorf decisive for braman and coach florian cole felt for
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a european place but benito the man made it clear it wouldn't be decided in brain and favor in the first minute i and shortly after k'naan caught him on waltz through the entire brain and have their ears cut hangover it was readily apparent and their defender. to know i max truces goal from the spot wasn't enough to turn things around for bremen i they were back asleep early in the second half dusseldorf against a little resistance as they played through brains defends bhuvan henning's made it three one in the fifty six minute i mark a suitor added insult to injury for their day finishing up the scoring for want my b. . out of a deep relegation trouble and they need surprise surprise points it's a commitment to confirm their been this nigga survival last weekend and there was only one goal in this one and it was novus it was absolute bedlam in the boxes so
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might says keeper tried to avoid a corner but essentially sets up the hosts when a look at that the goalkeeper going out and then hendrick vedanta spring he can barely believe what is half and three vital points in the fight for survival in hannover the fight for survival is definitely on. have a bit and let's get a roundup of all the results so far from matched a thirty one quite a surprise there is shaka they beat dortmund and over end their title hopes it got they stunned frankfurt drop points against berlin leipzig qualify for the champions league with a win in freiburg just off inflict brit inflict third defeat in a week and ever get their first win since matched a twenty one on friday for took the lead in the match as they have a coups in but the biggest is ben took control with kevin following getting the equaliser they scored three more after the break. with the pick of the bunch with
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this absolutely fabulous shot. in the end who has made it look easy as the match finished one. on sunday vote. in hoffenheim bind will be taking on number in the very job. let's look at the table with two games left to go and surprise surprise by an hour at the top with a game in hand that could read four points come sunday with goldman's title hopes well and truly dashed and expect more movement with hoffenheim and boast but clashing on sunday there is no positional changes in the bottom half of the table but this is where the action is from freiburg and they could save themselves next week shall can stick got they have to wait it out while they're back in hannover they are as good as gone. now it's been as the guest play of the day is voted by you our view follows on twitter you know when it was seventy one percent of the
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vote. show he assisted from a quarter he stole from the sports but this is what he did to get your folks to chris free kick into the top corner makes him a shocking hero and has made a. play. that's all from us here on this wednesday we'll be back on sunday with the best action from the games and i'm nuremburg and will also be discussing the top talking points from one intriguing the fallout from the book is full of it as the defendant michelle until then we'll leave you with some of the best moments from the weekend for me and the rest of the team here thank you and.
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it's one of the most hotly debated buildings in germany first there was the city palace and then the east german palace of the republic. after the german unification the decision was made rebuild berlin city palace to house a standout project. for. next. a ghost town like no other. thirty years after the nuclear disaster usually deserted but not always.
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tourists sometimes visit looking for that ultimate. adventure come what may. be good to just such a special interest in shifts holiday in chernobyl sixty minutes on d w. i i. am not proud and they will not succeed in dividing us about not succeeding taking the people off the streets because we're tired of this dictatorship. taking the stand globally was that matters. made for mines. hello and welcome tots twenty one. but lin has a new landmark now humbled forum is set to open in late summer in a replica oppression palace and it's long been one of germany's most hotly debated
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and ambitious cultural projects. that's what a place that will welcome the world sons on it. as the fear of a new terms of investigation into the provenance of the artifacts humbled form has lost ten years of funny people time in my quest said this way of. the old what was one of two things just to see. in the future that. the genesis of the humbled forum and the challenge is our focus this week on the twenty one but let's go back to the beginning. on september seventh nineteen fifty the government of the german democratic republic blew up the berlin city palace. it didn't fit with the ideology of the new socialist state. dominating the district of berlin mitta it had been the residence of prussian kings in the german kaiser for over two centuries now it was history.
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the palast there they probably was built in its place the seat of the east german parliament the folks comma and a venue for key events. german reunification heralded the end of the people's palace in one nine hundred ninety the building was closed due to as best us. the discussion regarding the new image of berlin matter had begun. fans of the building fought to keep the palace to a public others advocated for the reconstruction of the passion palace even erecting a huge mark beside in the summer of one nine hundred ninety three. a third option a modern new building seemed to have no chance. on july fourth two thousand and two the german bundestag voted with a clear majority to reconstruct the old historic city palace.
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down to the tiniest detail a computer simulation was created. a lot of work. but nothing compared to the reality of executing the project. the president still to believe can to be demolished then international architects were invited to tender their ideas italian architect frank costello won the tender his design is based on the baroque original just the eastern facade is modern. but what are the new palace be used for that's an issue that sparked a lot of debate the idea that one in the end is to create a forum for world cultures housing berlin's extensive non european collections in tandem with the european art on the neighboring museum island. the humbled forum is named after the famous researcher and universal scholar at xander from home bought
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. construction began in june two thousand and twelve the government is providing five hundred ninety million euros funding an extra one hundred million euros have been collected in donations to reconstruct the baroque for side. aside from the building itself the current focus is on the objects displayed inside restitution of colonial era artifacts is a matter of heated debate and one the new make a museum contact. a gruesome murder carved in stone and discovered by chance in guatemala in the nineteenth century. incredible boats from oceania fit for the high seas but without a single nail. and a cave from china where buddhist monks prayed over one hundred nine thousand years
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ago. treasures from berlin's enormous collections. prussian rulers started these collections over two hundred years ago today they belong to the prussian cultural heritage foundation the key player in the new book for. around five hundred thousand exhibits will be on display from all continents mostly acquired in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. known busta here to put the provenance of the history of the exhibits there biographies how they were made what their original function was how they were acquired and how they made their way into various german collections that's a part of the research on these objects which has become a key focus in recent years. and it's the most accurate in focus could. return. times when cultural artifacts could simply be put on display in european museums are over. the flagship project at their home board forum is raising
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questions about the provenance and history of objects shedding light on german colonialism a chapter of german history which was long suppressed in the public consciousness. were these items stolen looted. or acquired by illegal means. the humble farm has announced that it will host twenty thousand exhibits from berlin's ethnological collection over one thousand of them are from africa. from the late nineteenth century until one nine hundred eighteen the german had four african colonies the native population was not only exploited brutally enslaved robbed and killed. during this period the german kaiser received them valuable gift the lavish throne of the king of bomb in northwestern cameroon at the time
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a german colony. what is the significance of such a gift when it is not among equals the sculptures and basques where they purchased or are they the spoils of war. and oftentimes i think we have to deal with this issue openly and transparently and face up to our promises to vote for them it's a unique opportunity for the humble foreign we can only find a new way into the future by working together jointly with the countries and peoples of origin and by reappraising our past together would be. depression cultural heritage foundation has been carrying out provenance research for over ten years but recently it's been more intensive and rigorous no doubt as a reaction to the public debate and protests from organizations representing the victims. the restitution of certain objects that were proven to have been acquired by illegal means has taken place in the glare of the media hears hammer on parting
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afraid that his cultural collections good slowly diminish. his answer is diplomatic. there is no museum director in the world who can singlehandedly decide which objects should be rested to take from their museum it's a decision of the state boards and organizations have to make these decisions and so i think it's important to create a national or as i prefer to say a european international consensus on how the restitution should take place to have some kind of ground rules on how to proceed. this could take a while in the meantime exhibits have been on the move to the old forum at full speed the ethyl logical museum in berlin daraa where the collection was housed up to now has been closed for some time the last visitors came here in january twenty seventh team since then things have been fact. restored.
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and dusted off. the famous south seas boat said to be put in a disinfestation covered to prevent any harmful insects from moving with them. transporting larger objects is a challenge in dollars a wall was broken through and a gap was left in the facade of the on board farm which was closed up after the exhibits were put in and. none of these objects can be moved again easily they'll soon have pride of place in this exciting contemporary exhibition. was in the museums are no longer temples of contemplation they're more like social libertarius that's why it's so fascinating to work in that the humble forum will be an extremely attractive place to visit. within the next five years france plans to set the framework for returning cultural artifacts taken
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from the african countries of origin. two of the experts advising president emanuel my friend on the issue you took time out to talk to twenty one. very sour forty six years old is an economist from senegal. many did serve already also forty six is a professor for art history in berlin and paris both are advisors to french president manuel my car. in a speech in brooklyn a fuss over nov twenty seventh teen mom called announced that france would be restitution looted art and artifacts from its former colonies so for i'm sorry britain a feasibility study on this issue with some politically explosive content. and if you do level there are around ninety thousand objects in the french national museums and we were able to prove that two thirds of them entered the collections during the colonial era either spoils of war or through scientific expeditions
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purchased as gifts or bequests. if appropriation of the property occurred against the will of the people we researched whether there are restitution claims in the countries of its origin in this particular case it is a strategy to begin the fund always does that in most cases there was no permission to take the objects of plenty of reports confirm this also whether with scientific expeditions and feel of your vessel we recommend that if there is a restitution claim the objects should be returned without any great difficulty. as a comedian in the media we read about a fear that museum showcases will be empty in five years. is that realistic the us and us list of movies that i really thought that no it's not the objects that came into the collections over century. through those years and they won't all be returned within five years. and soon then he has to consider mt have
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a few key pieces which are very important to the history or identity of the country of origin we're talking about a few hundred at most not tens of thousands of objects seen thousand and five or how with the reactions to president micron's idea for us to choosing artifacts or looted art so of us to have had to him via the reactions we heard were varied we travelled through fool african francophone countries to talk to our colleagues. in the republic of beneath the memory of the destruction of that kingdom by the french the memory of french colonial history is still very strong. as. everybody remembers that there was a king there he was sent into exile and that a palace was burned down. perhaps not everyone knows that two thousand objects then found their way to paris but once you know the objects came to paris as a result of this plunder well even
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a school child can put two and two together who can't take notes. and along with that african curators have thought about how to fill the empty spaces left in european museums after the restitution for me this means important consideration of the relationship the exchange between africa and europe we have a walk off in your book of return which has now been published in germany you describe how africa is always described from outside as a continent in decline dying and riddled with catastrophes. what is the current debate about restitution say about the way europe perceives africa today of africa isn't that interesting lee we are now hearing arguments which reveal a deep seated cum dissension towards africa suppose that there are no museums there or that africans are in. capable of taking care of their own works of art or cultural heritage not everyone is saying it out loud but many people are convinced
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that the objects would be much safer in europe and it would even be for the good of africa if they were kept in europe. it means we have a lot of work ahead to decolonized the european perception of africa. the poor virginians provenance research is only really just got going yet the humble foreign min balin is about to open in twenty nineteen how can that work and us giving them as what this was in my recommendation would be that the museums publish their inventor a nice. this would basically mean that we see museums in the same way as libraries a library without a catalogue is just a pile of books of the law and a museum without an inventor e which is available to the public is simply a pile of objects that no one really knows what to do with my advice on fun come will get this what does this debate mean to you personally but to the sort of as with. the mean it's important to show the dark side of museums that normally only show us their best science has
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a const behind the transparency of the provenance of the stories of where the objects actually come from that's very important to me it's vision now we have this debate and everyone knows that the background of these collections is a difficult one. for me and that's a big step. daughter by me thanks for talking to us and. them multi-disciplinary humboldt lab tanzania project explores questions of cultural heritage with reference to the tanzanian antti facts appropriated during the years of german colonial rule. a plate with mysterious inscriptions brought to berlin in eighteen ninety six as a cheap wardrobe. for years it was mistaken for a gong. after one hundred twenty years it's true purpose has finally come to flight . recorders and it's we showed pictures of it to scribes near the city of kill
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workers who want to wear this object had originally been expert created and they were able to decipher the writing presence of part and. it turned out to be a story from the qur'an. which clearly showed that this object was a protective talisman. protection perhaps in the battle against german colonial rule. for three years the humble tanzania examined objects that had found their way to the ethnological collections as war trophies and spoils objects that the german occupiers in east africa had often taken with brute force. and it was that by the comments like that in a way you could say it was a sort of collective morning with these colleagues it brought up so many emotions. about seven thousand kilometers further south in dar es salaam tanzania his
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government sits. tucked away between modern skyscrapers are witnesses to the country's colonial past the germans created these botanical gardens nearby the national museum partner of the humble tanzania. there over ten thousand artifacts from former german east africa still stored in berlin alone it was a shock knowing that they have a lot of connections that belong to the company or the former chairman quinn on your question but. these connections were not on the plate that we have lost by this storage so you know i knew where that the company i knew or the german knew . the university of dar es salaam also help to determine the origins and meanings of what was found a difficult process. the fact that's most of these objects.
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and their. main that it is a very of it will inform the ship about the biography. oh. it's. lies an hour and a half north of darkness alone it was the capital of former german east africa between eighteen eighty five one thousand nine hundred eighteen the dream of the german empire of being a colonial power finally came true. for tanzania it was a nightmare. this is where they hang those who dared to rebel against forced labor inflated taxes corporal punishment between one thousand no five in one thousand nine hundred seven some three hundred thousand tons of new young people died in what became known as the monkey mudgee rebellion a scorched earth policy. today the buildings are rented by the invaders are
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crumbling germany is willing to support restorations but there is no talk of restitute doing their massive theft of cultural assets. back at the museum in dar es salaam the historical section hardly shows any african exhibits of german colonial rule an empty space that could be filled with plates like this inscribed with so runs from the qur'an. if they were in spanish inscriptions which. inspired the fight at the end of the day they would have made you the. money. so that's the reason. for that because if we had. you know. what would returning these objects mean for historians and museums. i think it
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took me in. academia and fights because now they will have all of the. hairy. things to look on and to reflect on into the research again this is the time for africa to writing their own history. the first small step has been made. the findings and interpretations made by the african partners of the. media will be incorporated into the tanzania collection and form. my. going to. one of justice. in the history. for there will be present and that's it would be extremely disturbed when all of that is nothing about it but you are simply interpretation.
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because the humbled foreignness completion curage isn't thinking about how to best showcase the many exhibits we met direct our hearts want to organize for a tour of what's still very much a work in progress. germany's most prominent construction site is approaching the finish line for six and a half years workers have been busy here day and night one hundred thousand square meters and six hundred million euros of pure construction costs all according to plan they say. it's still hard to believe that by the end of twenty nineteen berlin will finally be rid of the scaffolding. the borough for side is almost completely reconstructed just like the modern east wing. the famous suitable for courtyard is still surrounded by scaffolding and it looks like a building site on the inside to. here in the main entrance hall. plans to
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receive the first guests to the forum later this year. southward in yes and built as a border security top with the symbolic just. maybe a private tour they could share salt and bread the tradition in many cultures it comes all they could blow out alexander from home boats birthday candles two hundred fifty of those isn't about fun out of the stuck. on xander fun homework the impressive scholar and explorer predicted human induced climate change back in one thousand nine hundred known centuries later experts from all fields will come together here under his name to discuss further challenges of our age globalization colonialism digitalisation. this is even though it's not just a museum an exhibition space it's also a conference center and event location with a theater and dancing and food you can go up to the roof or a view of berlin films in it's got a lot to offer that's why they call it
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a forum it's got a permanent program and a changing program. and fix and program. a program that will fill these grandiose rumors the building has been a challenge for construction workers and exhibition organizers a line. at first all that will open is a berlin show to see world cultures the audience will have to wait until twenty twenty and still are to imagine our masks flint axes and bronze plates we're looking here but at the humble forum they're optimistic that if the i think the architecture helps the interior it won't just be plain identical exhibition halls the rooms differ greatly and that opens up all sorts of possibilities of how to set the scene for each exhibition and with each new temporary exhibition we'll see a different signature design of. in one showroom a wooden wall this is where several of the controversial bed mean bronzes are to be
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displayed that were stolen from africa one hundred twenty years ago france will return the ones it took but berlin has yet to make up its mind so for now the. busts stay. but they'll be moved to the home board form and displayed with video recordings that will include critical voices from their place of origin today's nigeria. one can see as the key principle is to offer a space for other voices it isn't only the curators who tell us about their view of things but we are asked other researches and people from the societies of our region what it means to them today. we also asked critics of the exhibitions of at the not tickle museums this will give our form many different voices of course if used to make the top. dog at all promises that not only should the story of the original significance of an object be told in their own board forum but also the
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story of its acquisition but also goes where injects from former german colonies yet the current discussion regarding african cultural heritage is causing tension dealing with it responsibly remains a challenge yes country it's important to me that we don't lead this discussion the europeans shouldn't decide on restitution alone it should be a joint decision with the countries of origin with the humble forum should be a place where this discussion can take place and where we present something that tells a story. like these objects from tanzania. a special exhibition will focus on the joint german african provenance research. and of honesty all still don't use the exhibition on tanzania is a result of this research it will later moved to dar es salaam and the prussian cultural heritage foundation who wants some of these exhibits which was suppose of war to stay in tanzania in tanzania blood. turns an ear exhibition will be shown in
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the home board forming the second out of twenty twenty after the opening phase which will last for a whole year alexander for almost two hundred fiftieth. earth day will be celebrated on september fourteenth in an almost empty building. the humbled forum construction site will be around for some time a work in progress. from ops twenty one today by. a flag and the fetus there in.
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many voters are still undecided even as they go to the polls no party is expected to win a majority in the fall right looks set to enter parliament for the first time in decades also coming up the deadly force of the sherlock instead in that age emerges showing the moment one of the last hit the country remains on edge one week on hearing more attacks. and community in mourning one person is dead and three injured gunman opens fire on a possible service at the u.s. synagogue the country's jewish worship has targeted the second time in just six months. thanks so much for joining us. voting is underway across spain in what is the
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country's most divisive general election in decades the party of socialist prime minister petra sanchez is expected to get the most votes but may not garner enough support to form a government the election is marked by the rise of the far right vox party it opposes multiculturalism and has threatened to end sell for all the regions like catalonia. lisa lewis joins us now from lisa you've been talking to voters today tell us what are you hearing from them. well the voters are talked to from all sides of the political spectrum one lady you was waiting for had voted for we need us for demo's the far left party saying you know it was really important for me to turn out to vote today to block the rise of the far right then a gentleman he said he had voted for see that and i was basically saying the right is the only you are the only ones i trust to run this country in an effective way
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what they seem to be grieving on is that this has been a very devices very very tense election campaign indeed and that these elections are really important for the future of this country now as in many countries and many european countries spain is seeing a resurgence of the far right what is driving that. well the main issue that has helped the far right vox party a rise in the polls is the issue of catalonian independence they have been critical in criticizing the socialist government under pedro sunshines that was in place since last summer for actually being supported by a catalan independence in the separatist party and then they were using that wave of nationalist fervor really to push for other values very conservative values there against abortion there kens what they call the so-called gender ideology
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anything that would give women for the rights now you have to remember that these people used to be members of the people's party the conservative party and they used to be kept in check by the conservative party he was adamant that people shouldn't be saying these things out loud even if they were thinking them the supporters of the vox party have someone supporters his especially has been telling me what you really liked about books was that they were speaking their mind. is there any chance that these elections could finally bring some political stability to spain while they stood a chance yes of course when you look at the latest polls from monday they showed that it's non of the two blocs neither the right nor the left would win an outright majority now one factor could tip that balance that is if many people turned out to vote we have received first figures of voters participation from the two pm this
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afternoon they are really high that forty one percent that's more than four points above what happened what was the figure in two thousand and sixteen and in some regions in spain it looks like it's even a record participation in history in spanish history now that only shows to what extent spaniards understand how important these elections are. that was the place to live or speaking to us from madrid now sri lankan fourth of have raided the headquarters of an islamist group suspected of being behind the east a suicide bombings more than two hundred fifty people died in the attacks on multiple hotels and churches and the country remains on edge now new footage has emerged that reveals the deadly force of the blasts this is the moment the bomb went off it's chilling footage of one of the explosions that took place on easter sunday at the kingsborough tel in sri lanka capital colombo the video also
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shows one suspected bomber checking into the hotel a day before the attacks in response to those attacks police stormed his jihadist hideout near the eastern town of kabul night on friday the father and two brothers of the suspected mastermind behind the easter bombings are said to be among the fifteen people killed in the shootout. after the islamic state claimed responsibility for the bombings police and troops stepped up searches more than ten thousand soldiers have been deployed across the island to hunt down people suspected of having links to islamist militants and that security fears churches across the island had to stay closed instead of private memorial service by the archbishop of colombo was broadcast life on t.v. . contradiction. to kill someone in the name of god god
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who is the all merciful god who is the all love god who has created my brother and my sister. as the jewel was also held outside sindh and ginny's shrine in colombo at eight forty five am the time at which the bomber struck the church one week ago . we thought this is the one to be called. the motivation of those. who are free in the people and confident in make sure that everybody is still not emotions are not die. for scores of people they need to come together was larger than the fear of another attack. police are investigating a deadly shooting at a california synagogue that killed one person and wounded three others officials are calling the saturday attack a hate crime and a probing a link with an early
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a fire at a mosque mourners held a vigil for the victims at a nearby church community members from all faiths coming together to pay tribute to the shooting on the last day of passover comes just a few months after a gunman killed eleven people at another u.s. synagogue. places of worship used to be centuries now nowhere seems sacred a gunman entered the chabad synagogue in power in california as worshippers marked the final day of passover he opened fire with a high powered rifle killing one woman and wounding three more people including the rabbi. my thing was you she said. she's down. to try to. stop the bleeding but if you don't have to take her to hospital. i suspect the nineteen year old gunman fled the scene by car but was stopped on a highway and arrested shortly after police say his motivation may be detailed in
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a letter posted online we are collecting digital evidence and we're aware of his manifesto which we are in the process of reviewing to determine its validity and authenticity. politicians were quick to call the attack the outcome of hate. at this moment as looks like a hate crime but my deepest sympathies to all of those affected. will get to the bottom of it or ensure no. this is not how away we always walk with our arms around each other and we will walk through this tragedy with our arms around each other the attack comes just six months after a white supremacist killed eleven people at a synagogue in pittsburgh. ok let's take a look at some of the other stories making news around the world today serious flooding is being reported in parts of mozambique three days off the cyclon kenneth that the government is urging people to seek higher ground with hundreds of
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thousands at risk the floods come just six weeks after another site claimed he'd killed more than six hundred people in the country. pope francis has donated half a million dollars to help my current stranded in mexico as they try to reach the u.s. border the money comes from church collections from around the world the vatican says the donation was made because decreasing media coverage of the crisis had reduced international aid for the migrants. tens of thousands of hong kong residents have marched against a proposed law that would allow people to be extradited to china to face trial activists say the law will further erode rights and liberties in the autonomous region the protests comes days after the arrest of several pro-democracy activists . saddam's military ruler rulers and a civilian coalition have agreed in principle to establish a joint transitional council but the makeup of the council is still undecided
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thousands of protesters calling for civilian rule of continuing their weeks long demonstration in the capital khartoum. encourage a ball is there. they could it is they didn't but in the streets of doing nothing is still working among the greatest disk in the capital gets around it by transferring the. three to seven point three m. provisional stages the actual upgrading the street signs in the air sudanese makes not free everywhere. to police an across the generations is the overwhelming sound you hear all over town nevertheless people in sudan keep on insisting that fight is a. over just yet melissa feel a lot of the people's demands have not been met yet that's why we still come here i've come all the way from al good on earth and i'm going to remain here until the
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regime actually falls under mescaline and everybody here is united as the people give you a sense of comfort when you sitting here that there is no fear. these people will only be satisfied when the regime steps down completely and power is handed to a civilian transitional government. is an incredibly well organized and cheerful protest we are witnessing here but one and he is doing security checks revolutionary are being created on the streets and cleaning patrols taking care of the rubbish. you can tell these protesters are here to stay in mexico the caribbean nation isn't stolen from them. from sports news now and saturday's bundesliga action included one of the biggest games of the phase and as dortmund hosted better rival cheika adult men battling with by and for the title and shall cannot yet say from relegation they were ratification of both sides and the result shook
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abundantly. few games in football evoke such passion is dortmund and shocker for both teams princie at stake in this one will be at its offices ends of the table shall cut down on their luck and true to form the title contender struck first. very circuits in his head on the end of jayden sanchez didn't come from the box sam cheryl has more assist in anyone this season but watch closely the englishman struck by lights are thrown by shout to fans john's lead lasted just four minutes this controversially are judged to be handful daniel caligiuri leveling from the parents the sport eighteen minutes gone more shocker joy followed caligiuri scored a match by sally sammy and somehow managed to be sure to open defenders to the pool . despite dominating possession dormand went in at half time frustrated by shocker and those frustrations soon boiled over. marco roy's shown
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a straight red for this foul on suits and i would go on to captain disappearing down the tunnel with him perhaps the side streams of the title. carry jury crashed in the resulting free kick he clearly relishes these games this was he stirred goal in his last four darby matches he's also got three assists in that time and if this was bad for dortmund we've got worse another reckless challenge. another red card five minutes after the last marius both the man dismissed starts up in a carbon copy of his captain the nine men refused to give in x. over it so that the far post pulled one back. but darby de belongs to shout. bolo putting the gloss on the victory so too with four minutes to go. and get some cash and with enough. in formula one must say it is continues to
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dominate the season this time at the azerbaijan grand prix and back well terry bought us successfully defended pole position to take the checkered flag with teammate lewis hamilton finishing in second and sebastian fettle of ferrari in third i was that when boss asked also takes over the lead from hamilton in the overall standings and the pair also set a record for team members finishing in the top two positions.

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