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european union leaders are locked in debate over who will fill the blocks top positions following parliamentary elections in may france and germany may have reached a compromise on it who will take the cue commission president post but their choice is meeting with some stiff opposition. and that's all the news for now world stories is up next with dispatches from kazakstan uganda and israel i'll be back at the top of the hour with more names. on. the quiet melody resounds michael white of the mood. and did zoom repeat resonate with and it's. ready the mind and the music. brain tovan 1st 12019 from september 6th
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to september 29th. what secrets lie behind these walls. find out in an immersive experience and explore a fascinating world cultural heritage and science. d.w. world heritage 31650 up now to cut. this week on well stories. an israeli settlement in the golan heights is hoping for a revival using condoms against salt that they've cut but we begin in kazakhstan the former soviet republic once or. replace the critic alphabet with russian
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letters it's a step away from russia and towards the national identity of its own. i . was lucky that learning how to read and write is so fun for these 1st graders at the moment they're learning the cyrillic alphabet in their cars like lessons but soon the kids at this village school will have to switch to the latin alphabet the government plans to phase it in across the country in the coming years teachers will have to receive additional training. we teachers will find the switch harder because we're already has 2 on the alphabet. the children and young learn the alphabet quickly because of. what i did to my parents won't be able to help with the transition to the latin alphabet because they haven't allowed to themselves their children will only be able to manners in school we're worried that the main weight of this change will be on the teacher's shoulders. language is
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already a complicated question in kazakhstan even in this school and the village of kind as are across the country cousins and russian are both official languages here children choose which language they want to study and like many cause us most pupils are bilingual now the jump to a new alphabet awaits them as well. in the nearby city of new shop signs are already being written in the latin alphabet but soon the government will have to swap street signs and translate official documents and textbooks a mammoth change. several neighboring central asian countries switched alphabet soon after the fall of the soviet union but in kazakhstan an independent survey shows most cause us are critical of the move because it was because stance which a long time ago as a country honest trying to keep up with the west and with europe the only thing is stop the move will hit the countries bug. hard. and actually
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i don't see the point of the check much the basically aren't any advantages why do we need this maybe just so we can save we did it in the future because. at the movie. it's not hard for me to use the new alphabet but there was the one we all know he said on line already but we message our friends. but. many adults don't yet know the latin alphabet but back in the village of kind as our 8th graders say they've already taught themselves and are using it on social media. because our stance government hopes the change will open up a whole new generation of cause us to do work. in march trump ignored the international outcry when he recognized israel's sovereignty over the common heights that was settlement there will pay. the
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residents are surprised that there is such a popular and. this is the settlement of killer poor cream on the occupied golan heights a new neighborhood is planned here named in honor of u.s. president anwar chant only a dozen presidents live in kill or pull him there right many years ago from the former soviet union. kosky is one of them the red terry is amused by the recent interest in this home. we suddenly have lots of visitors coming here from all different parts of the country most recently was a couple from tel aviv and a family from jerusalem here it's because the settlement is going to be named after charm but they also are interested in the golan heights. below so koskie helped build the settlement. in 1901 over the years more and more
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families moved away to less remote towns now it's almost abandoned the new neighborhood named after trump will be built next to the old settlement at the based on old plans that were never realized trumps controversial decision most criticised by the international community which considers the golan heights to be occupied territory is very captured the strategically important player toll from syria 967 here israelis were thrilled by trump's decision they hope the new place will lead to new infrastructure and investment there i guess. it is very exciting because no new settlements have been built on the golan heights for 30 years it's unbelievable a lot of young families with kids are already waiting to come and live here. google can that's also what's most important to long term resident flooding may be the so-called ski. let it be named after trying. it's important that
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something changes here but doesn't happen just by changing the name. you have to act and that's done by people and money trying to date or time tomorrow so it doesn't really matter what color prints what does matter is that the u.s. president agrees with the israeli government that this land should remain forever under israel's control. the ugandan government distributes free condoms to stop the spread of h i p 8 but workers that they cut will use them for protection against very different hazards. decades of human activity and uganda looks like no other critelli. there is no fish here but money has flown will never change. john salley quit
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funding 6 years ago to extract sword work when we're done with. planning provides a daily income $11.00 which is not supposed to farming. seasonal i'm not reliable going to lose focus on. sunday's base now better but his well being is no want to make the trees highly concentrated sore to water as a ticking the at all so many moves. who want to know why we're here has many problems here. it's labor intensive when we don't we're not we get wound up and our skin is badly affected. or in order and said to my. soul to mind i was also frequently report journeyed to infections and to protect themselves some i resorted to using condoms. and wearing
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a condom before getting in the water can limit your exposure to this old it protects you from infections that your. resources are stretched at a nearby government center demand for corn domes to protect against the salt water has skyrocketed but that threatens the fight against aids. the how of course and the more shortage is because there it of course. is a very very high. the supplies we get so whatever we get for the 2 months after his courtroom duty even in a month now you can imagine all of those that will put the in the if they leak. this is their battle for the money and we go to hell with this we also have. with the end of the trading thing that i would think that. for the females the depot which has a real no go area. school massacre knows that all too well. she's
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afraid of becoming infertile if she goes waist deep into the salty water science might not confirm her fear but she will not risk it and maisie. the salty voters can cause you tourist infections. the deeper waters for the men to venture into a a looker. vica twig critelli is believed to have formed about 10000 years ago this was due to vulcanic activity which was a form sort that was later discovered to be if people. despite the hardships involved except mine as like suddenly seem to have no baitullah tentative. living. across the globe tons of food are thrown out each day while many people are left to
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starve in india leftovers from lavish weddings could feed hundreds the robinhood on the make sure that they did. this is how did the spends most of a free time ever since she joined the robin hood on like 2 years ago. the group leftover food from restaurants and events and distributes it to those who need it like in this slum on the outskirts of davie. the volunteers at a mix of students and professionals they call themselves roberts now know me as i can't want to be your door oddity is who you are so i really want people who are. enjoying are in serving and also acknowledging the fact that getting a lot of things in this world what's nice to see and hunger is. a good player are you know that feeling. is
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a little. the group's busiest period is during india's hectic wedding season. venues around delhi are booked out months in advance so extravagant parties and a bit. guest list can run into $700.00 people and there has to be enough food for them. almost always vast quantities an eton and a simply thrown away after the celebrations. for nitty and of it's going to be a long night if this food left over they're going to make sure it gets to the hungry. it's midnight and the party's over. the robin stick stock of the situation. it's bad. to estimate the school left over for about 500 people around 800 people were invited to the wedding. that means all hands on board the trees for special night team pitches in. the food
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needs to be distributed before it goes stale. it's past 1 am the men at this night shelter don't seem to mind being pulled out of bed into the court some are drug addicts and alcoholics others are ill or disabled. most sleep rough in the streets in summer it isn't over you know this food is much more filling than the cheap street food that i can afford. to cover that story for the robins this late night food tripe has been well worth the effort but the acknowledge more needs to be done. to find the post on the i think the number of his notes. i am i wish it was not. until then but all the hold on me is staying true to its motto taking from the rich and redistributing it to the court.
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