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their deposits were safe. while her diplomatic touch and talent for compromise were often interpreted at home as a weakness abroad they aren't her respect and praise at the 2007 g 8 summit on germany's baltic coast medical succeed with a mix of principle and persuasion in getting the assembled leaders to agree on a climate change strategy. she even brought on board us president george w. bush not the most environmentally aware of contemporary statesman. it's a very important quality to be able to engage with your counterparts and to signal to them i take you seriously i'm listening and i want to hear what you have to say . that's what's part.
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you underestimate her you've already lost she is always very very well prepared and she knows all the details. so you have to really know the material you want to have a serious discussion with her. the 2009 elections saw the c.d.u. c.s.u. bloc post their 2nd worst showing in 60 years but they still managed to secure a coalition with their preferred partners the center right free democrats. although the economy was struggling the new government cut taxes and took on record new debt . but the dream turned sour as the coalition became beset with internal squabbles meaningful policy making proved elusive important debates were overshadowed by rivalries within the coalition. for the chancellor it was an often frustrating experience.
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in late 2010 medical's government decided to extend the lifespan of germany's nuclear power plants. just months later it made a dramatic u. turn. and then also in fukushima happened the nuclear disaster in japan and within a week or 2 american had changed course on that and decided no we're going to get out of nuclear power that upset a lot of people in our conservative party said a lot of people in german industry they're afraid of rising energy costs but she did it was an emotional sort of reaction to the. nuclear disaster in fukushima. is that i realize straight away that this would also affect us all and then i quickly decided that we would need at the very least a social consensus were guarding the use of nuclear energy is it off the can convince someone with a gun and. i believe it was
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a kind of overnight decision. she decided to seize the opportunity and also to send a message to society and his age and her name would be associated with the decision to end nuclear power and she'd end up in the history books. within germany the fukushima disaster put an end to a discussion that had dragged on for years the longstanding energy policy debate seemingly vanished overnight. merkel's government decided to decommission nuclear plants by 2022 and to rapidly scale up the use of renewable energy. during merkel 2nd term the global financial and economic crisis remained a pivotal issue and developed into a euro crisis. southern euro zone. and states were in dire straits while greece appeared headed for bankruptcy. the german chancellor repeatedly insisted that
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greece would only receive a bailout if the country agreed to reduce public spending and institute austerity reforms. that we didn't mr president ladies and gentlemen thoughts must be focused not on rushing in to help prematurely us. but on ensuring that the entire house is put in order. that stands faced little opposition within her own ranks unlike in greece has that been slashed public sector wages and pensions and fired civil servants protesters in greece singled out one person to blame until america is this she doesn't care a whole what kind of image is being drawn what she cares about is political consistency to the gains. this. in may 2013 towards the end of merkel 2nd term the n.s.a.
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spying scandal broke. details emerged of a widespread internet and telephone surveillance program run by washington for many response was too little too late. to stop him ever since we started to talk about the n.s.a. i have repeatedly told the american president that we don't spy on africans it's gone. medical's comments were intended to show resolve but instead revealed impotence. it was only after learning that the n.s.a. had also tune into her own cell phone that an indignant chancellor seemed to mean business the guns of germany's entire government is cowardly and submissive so they don't dare stand up to the us. as it was speaking as a private citizen i would say she was too restrained especially considering she had firsthand experience of living under a dictatorship. but met approval
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ratings were barely dented by the n.s.a. scandal voters trusted her it seemed in part because she avoided conflict one day we called her the perfect chancellor for citizens who don't like trouble and don't want to be bothered by politics. with. but when it came to her own political party medical proved willing to turn her back on traditional positions. for some conservative stalwarts her decisions to phase out nuclear power and to military conscription and support a national minimum wage were hard to stomach. this is to infer becomes an entirely different from that of helmut kohl or conrad i don't know. it's hard to believe it's the. same party but you have to remember she didn't make those changes on a whim so she brought the c.d.u. in line with reality. by its hands and this was this her own accomplishment or just
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a reflection of the changing times by both sides and that side times had changed and america was setting a different agenda from that of her colon just predecessors. over the years until america succeeded in keeping her private life out of the public gaze she never felt the urge to play to the cameras but her sober down to earth style contributed significantly to her popularity. is the idea for you to focus on people see 3 things in her that they like things that don't involve her strategy or her goals. she has a modern unpretentious demeanor. 0 interest in material things that's both unusual and appealing on. this.
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the 2013 general election represented a landslide victory for the christian democrats although it did mean returning to a coalition with the s.p.d. . 3rd term in office would see the economy continue its recovery. on other fronts however the chancellor had major crises to contend with. early 2014 dramatic scenes in ukraine were pro european protests on my down square in the capital kiev led to the ousting of president viktor yanukovych which. russia proceeded to annex the crimean peninsula in eastern ukraine and rebels and separatists rose up against the government with the support of moscow. chancellor merkel issued a sharp protest against that intervention and indorsed economic sanctions against russia. together with french president francois hollande she embarked on
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a difficult mission in the capital of minsk u.s. president barack obama left it to european leaders to tackle the crisis with russia and try to establish dialogue between the warring parties. you guys. if you compare words politics to a game of chess she knows which pieces to move and when. she feels there's no point in saying that's not only chess piece i want nothing to do with it. she knows that won't move the chess came forward at times like that she does what needs to be done . is east over the years she has become a highly respected figure of authority on the international stage. perhaps that's because of her political style tends to avoid issuing hasty opinions about rights and wrongs was sufficient even at the international level she prefers to sway out all the options and reflect on them this is a vegan i. think we should moment. shock
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but when she does make a decision it's a sustainable one and they've done and tried to toughen the teeth tweaked the. medical help to bring the warring sides to the negotiating table the result was a ceasefire albeit a fragile one. in early 2015 the greek crisis returned to the spotlight the newly elected government rejected further austerity measures the coalition of the left wing to reach the party and right wing nationalists announced its intention to renegotiate all the deals their predecessors had made with international creditors greece seemed on the brink of exiting the euro zone. after protective negotiations the euro group finance ministers agreed to a compromise a package with strings attached. merkel and her finance minister
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a vote of conscience persuaded greece to abandon its initial objections and agree to further reforms greece's potential departure from the euro the dreaded grex it at once again been averted. she had. gunstock she already did her case very vigorously and i think that points to an essential feature of angela merkel's approach to politics. she sticks to her guns and expects others to make the commitments they've made. the biggest mistake. they are going to work on shortland made use in their dealings with greece because they broke with the principle of solidarity. greece miracle was a real villain by a lot of people but she had the courage to keep going to greece and talking to people and she tried to explain the situation in greece and the end of the day greece was able to stay in the euro zone.
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shortly after the prospect of a greek euro exit appeared resolved another crisis emerged in summer 2015 that overshadowed all others hundreds of thousands of migrants and refugees were passing through turkey and greece heading for central and western europe and especially germany. most were fleeing the brutal war in syria. in the face of a humanitarian disaster in the making. took a very clear stand. i like germany as a strong country. as we deal with these issues has to be we have achieved so much we can do it if we encounter obstacles we'll overcome them. germany was to welcome refugees with open arms and initially at least the mood in the country was a positive one. the world caught a glimpse of a new unfamiliar germany and chancellor within weeks her international image was
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transformed from hardline austerity advocate to the chancellor of welcome there was even talk of her winning the nobel peace prize. there's something i think america is going to be remembered about for a long long time or around the world the reputation of germany went through the roof after that it was like especially in those states with all my god they let in a 1000000 refugees in 2015 you got to be kidding me. but that example didn't go down so well in southeastern europe where refugees weren't so welcome hungry sooner wrecked a border fence while various balkan states fast tracked the new arrival straight through to austria and germany. so much for the solidarity between european nations the brief summer of exuberant welcome came to a sudden end. meanwhile found herself accused of positively inviting refugees to come. from. there were 2
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groups 2 responses those who drew inspiration and encouragement who felt called upon to remain active in the refugee situation to open their doors to refugees. they took a kind of pride in what the chancellor had said heard it as a mark of praise. and then there was the other side which didn't hear reassurance and encouragement but who instead responded with fear. but in this forced off going . that. soon a mood of fear and hostility had erupted in germany as well extremists set fire to refugee hostels and attacked german police officers and journalist the anti immigrant anti muslim piggie the movement enjoyed a resurgence of support especially in the eastern state of saxony where thousands took to the streets. criticism of merkel's refugee policy mounted within her own ranks once again the chancellor's position was divorced from that of her party.
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merkel's rival in the governing coalition hostas a hope for issued a public reprimand at the c.s.u. party conference he forced merkel to stand on stage for 13 minutes while he gave her a dressing down. perhaps they were laughing themselves silly that they take in this very high podium and say who is the big guy on it next to it they are machall as though they're in school and the teacher said you go stand in the corner and be quiet because then came the to raid that a rage against merkel and her policies she just had to stand. and. that was a travesty whatever their opinion of angle of machall many people felt that this kind of treatment did real harm to our political culture. and put it to. cologne on new year's eve 2015 the celebrations near the cathedral became the scene
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of mass assaults women were sexually harassed groped robbed some were raped the victims described their attackers as men of arabic or north african descent far right populist sees the movement claiming merkel's refugee policy. at their side was the far right party which had initially formed in opposition to the euro and the e.u. bailouts but by then it had become anti immigrant and it joined the. as i was. finishing school in that church that angle americal in some way caused or promoted the influx of refugees is absurd for both the. research
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a long time we ignored the thousands of people arriving on lampedusa it was. the thousands droning in the mediterranean. thousands living under terrible conditions in cali waiting to somehow make it to britain. mit these and in the what we've seen in recent years has been the systematic demonization of the policy that's been given merkel's name. with her statement we can do it i'm going to medical had however inadvertently taken a risk now she was left isolated on the political stage her popularity at home declined . after years of going from strength to strength the chancellor was suddenly floundering. by then thousands of refugees were crossing the border every day. the german federal states and municipalities were struggling to
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cope. under intense pressure until americal set out on a thankless mission to negotiate a deal with turkey that would stem the arrival of refugees. going to meryl is a pragmatist and in that situation she realized things couldn't continue as they were and that's what was behind her decision to stand this is. so germany is strong and yet in that situation germany suddenly looked weak on so now what was she going to add on and indirectly provided human is about who are to news election campaign i was am and said they will look the other way while he was bombs the kurdish people fears and that we remain silent about his indirect or direct support for the so-called islamic state all to make sure he keeps the refugees away bitter defeat. within just months the open doors had shut. for
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the 2nd time the chancellor had done a u. turn once again she stood alone between 2 fronts now criticism hailed down from the left and applause came from the right the number of refugees arriving in germany plummeted as quickly as it had risen. the next crisis was brewing britain was in the grips of a raging debate. for months politicians had been whipping up n.t.e.u. sentiment. that the e.u. is making a mess of the everything 1st we have the euro zone then we have the common asylum policy compelled it hugely by angela merkel i what we've seen huge streams of people coming into europe over the course of the last year no security checks to anybody every week we send a $132000000.00 plus the money that's placed. that's enough to build.
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these numbers were a fiction put forth by a referendum campaign to leave the european union to remain or to leave in the end a slim majority of british voters decided in favor of bracks it. thank you very much very. good artist during. the right of. me it was a man with a wandering trick gretz we must today recognise. the decision of the majority of the people i think she's deeply hurt by britain leaving the european union i think secretly should probably hopes they'll be a 2nd referendum someday and maybe that will be overturned flushed and the o.p.'s on your. you have to imagine that when uncle america was still living behind the iron curtain when germany was still divided on the european union was something very compelling for her not to give us a massive fizzy. and scenes of. picked the freedom that europe gave the west
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and prevailed in the west of our country was something she could only dream of and investigation titles like this could be at an all time quantum but it's something that historians will always be looking at that the 2015 flood of refugees coming in from syria to germany and then the bricks of vote half year or so later so are those 2 things connected probably they are. across the atlantic the united states was also at a turning point barack obama made a final trip abroad as president. on social media he paid tribute to the chancellor as a close ally. across the board she's always been somebody i can trust and somebody who i think deeply believes in. the role that germany can play and that all wealthy nations can play in not only making our countries better but also making the world better their relationship at the
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beginning of their 8 years together wasn't really that close it was a bit frosty but it evolved and i think it became a really close close friendship there's pictures in the german newspapers of them looking into it like they're the best friends for life and i think medical and obama appreciated and respected each other and i think obama relied on america for a lot of things. a last good luck from obama and a farewell that left a visible dent in the chancellor's normal composure. knew that with barack obama's departure she was losing one of her most important international allies. the new occupant of the white house had other priorities we are going to make america great again we will make america great again we wrote. great. words soon became deeds it became clear that the
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relationship between the u.s. and germany was shifting the. kind of the times in which we could fully rely on office and not she gone by. the end of the universe is in a certain sense important and meaningful to her it's a sign that must make it all the more painful that relations have now become so strained in the wake of this america 1st policy that this cause us america 1st. which doesn't accord with her own understanding of how politics should operate at all. it's the shades politics as the antithesis of seeking to gain advantage at the expense of others she always seeks to find that balance. she's resisted trump's efforts to split europe trump keeps trying to get marigold to do deals on steel and things and tries to get medical to convince the rest of the europe paean union to
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do these deals that are favorable to trump but she refuses she pushes that all the brussel so at least trump americal do talk to each other and i think my sense is that trump understands how important their call is. while that may be true it's not always apparent at their 1st joint press conference donald trump did on kill americans the cold shoulder. and the americans who were. going to america maintains an unflappable confidence in situations where her counterpart perhaps a man who was critical of her is attempting to provoke her and i think that what i see the thing in situations like that she grit your teeth and maintains her poise and never appears awkward or ungracious. but her response makes it clear that her counterpart has behaved in a way that wasn't right. not that that's one of the positive traits about america that she stays relaxed she's willing to talk to anybody she doesn't have this male
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macho persona about her she's a consummate deal maker and she does it without without an ego she doesn't let or ego get in the way she's just trying to get results. and frappes the money where ascended to the presidency with ambitions to be remembered as a staunch defender of a new year. in austria 31 year old sebastien cortes became chancellor another in a new wave of youthful politicians that contrast with the chancellor's daid leadership style. kamber july 2017 at the g 20 summit until america once again sought to win the support of world leaders for existing agreements on free trade and climate protection in vain within just a few weeks donald trump announced that the us was withdrawing from the paris climate accord abandoning global trade deals and imposing tariffs. goes efforts at international cooperation were increasingly meeting closed doors until america
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began to seek new partners for her policies. within 2 and a half years she paid visits to 12 african nations some more than once by strengthening international cooperation and establishing new conditions for development aid the chancellor aims to stem the conditions that lead africans to attempt to cross into europe. africa has now become a centerpiece of until america's foreign policy and development aid has become linked to immigration policy. given your words together we want to send a clear message today that is good and productive neighborly relations between africa and europe are important to us. back at home a fresh crisis was brewing the 2017 general elections brought merkel's coalition in its worst ever showing her social democratic partners lost the most votes in their view because the centrist coalition eroded their own base of support. merkel is
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a genius when it comes to weakening other parties she's taken away a lot of the platforms of the s.p.d. and made them her own the cd was always against the minimum wage proof there's a minimum wage no america gets credit for it. the gay marriage is something the city was always opposed in america voted against it but she actually made it possible to have gay marriages in germany because she let the deputies in parliament vote the way they wanted to. of course by opening her party to the center and her policy reforms within her own party she was taking a risk i. want and that's the anger of the right wing of her own party. in that sense she does bear some responsibility for the rise of the f.t. and for the fact that the f.t. has been able to garner such strong support on the right wing of her own party.
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for the 1st time the far right entered the german parliament merkel sought to form a new coalition government with the green party and pro-business free democrats after weeks of negotiations the f.t.p. withdrew. it's better not to govern than to govern and it correctly. i mean america and the americans surely regretted that as did many germans and one was a 1st and you have to figure that many people are growing rather weary with this lengthy term in office not to mention always with the same political partner. it's not as appealing as being able to chart a fresh course with someone else. after a vigorous intervention by the german president and in s.p.d. party member vote the social democrats agree to enter into another grand coalition more than 5 months had passed since the election the longest that the federal republic of germany has ever gone without a government. the months of uncertainty extracted their price in the $28.00 teams
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state elections the parties america's coalitions saw their combined vote dropped by more than 20 percent the left and right gained the most particularly the far right f.t. a trend that solidified in the 2900 european parliament election. their full bow to the reality that her centrist course could no longer command a majority she announced her plans to withdraw from politics. since 1st at the next cd you party conference in hamburg in december i will not stand for election as party leader. second this 4th term in office will be my last as chancellor of the federal republic of germany. in the 2021 federal elections i will not seek another term as chancellor for the christian democrats i think. merkel has been looking for the right moment to lead for a long long time it was one little small incident but she's a big soccer fan and after the world cup when the captain phillips quit she was the
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1st to congratulate him on that and i thought wow she must admire him for picking the right moment because. that's something i think that's been the back of her mind i think she saw helmut kohl as somebody who stayed a look at 2 law. i'm good america's political philosophy had always been one of soft power during the election for her successor as party leader she remained a potent force in the background. and it conveyed comp and power medical's favored candidate became head of the c.d.u. . i think in general germany has become a very prosperous successful country under america she's done a good job steering the ship and people are generally pretty happy with merkel and i'm actually had faith in my beat ups and i'm going back on has always been willing to enter into open sided situations was in situations without an obvious outcome to negotiations that was one of her key strengths it was down. over many
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years the chancellor from the former east germany was able to make her mark on politics often overcoming resistance from within her own party or from international partners her final 2 years on the political stage now lie ahead which will surely bring fresh challenges the last chapter of and get america's legacy is yet to be written. from. our show to
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behind the decision will go to cairo also coming up voters head to the polls and ukraine today in a snap election comedian turned president alleging there's a lengthy needs his party to win a majority so he can make good on promises of reform. for. all of. us and it was one of the defining events of the 20th century the world is marking 50 years since man 1st walked on the moon and millions who watched on television will never forget the historic landing. omarion evanston welcome to the program british airways and germany's flash of carrier live tons i have suspended flights to the egyptian capital cairo the
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british airline announced it would not be flying to cairo for a week said it would resume flights today the airlines say that the measure is a security precaution but haven't given a further explanation this comes as the u.k. u.s. and other countries have issued travel warnings for egypt. well joining us now for more is ruth michelson she's a journalist who's based in cairo good morning to you ruth so the airlines have said they have suspended flights as a precaution what are they worried about. well as you mentioned we know that british airways have suspended flights for the next week the stanza said yesterday that they cancelled 2 flights. which results in the cancellation if you follow the flights today but then that this will resume and this came as something of a surprising move last night. friends who said that they won't disclose the reason
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why they suspended these flights on grounds of security but we do know that this decision came off the british foreign office updated it suffice to travelers fiza to eat it it's still mocks the majority of egyptians see it as somewhere that people should seek their advice before traveling but we also don't know why the foreign office decided to update its travel advice including new mentions of increased threats to aviation while ruth and 2015 terrorists bombed a russian airliner that had taken off from the resort of sharm el shaikh in egypt just how good is security at egyptian airports and what is the current risk of a terror attack. well the flight that you mentioned metro jet 7 k 96 a took off from airport in south sinai that
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airport has seen something of a security overhaul by the egyptian government and some british pop is since the terrorist attack took place they the egyptian government also hired a british security firm control risks to assess security at all of its airports across the country. now it's been reported that the decision taken by british airways came following a routine security assessment of egyptian airports by british officials last week gyptian officials have since said that the security assessment was rated as excellent following this but this doesn't explain why flights were canceled. had with michael sam reporting for us from cairo we thank you very much. let's get a check now of some of the other stories making news around the world officials in iran say the seizure of
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a british oil tanker stane that imperil in the strait of hormuz is in response to britain's seizure of a brainy and tanker near gibraltar brand released this footage of its revolutionary guards boarding the stand and arrow britain has said the seizure of the tanker is illegal. pro-democracy rallies are underway again in hong kong for the 7th weekend protesters are taking to the streets to maintain their autonomy from china the protests began last month in opposition to a controversial extradition bill made since grown to call for greater democratic reforms. ukrainians are heading to the polls today to elect a new parliament ukrainian president will it appears a lengthy call the snap elections after being sworn into office in may he's hoping this vote will consolidate his power and give him a stronger mandate to carry out reforms the former t.v. actor was elected on promises of tackling corruption and shaking of ukraine's
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political system but so far progress has been slow. connelly is in kiev and he joins us now for more so nick president selenski actually himself brought forward the timing of these elections just how confident is he that voters will hand his party more power. good morning mary when it seems if the polls it's believed that this gamble is paying off the latest polls gave his newly founded policy 7 to the people over 45 percent of the populace support which if it turns out speech true would be more than any other you can present had picked up before him it looks like he'll be just short of an absolute majority which will allow his party to put legislation through ukraine's parliament the right on its own but it really seems like that strategy of really. working on his driving home his advantage while the honeymoon voters that's been going on for
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the last few months now still in place that really is paying off and he looks set to win big. well now own rise to power came of course off the back of him starring in a t.v. show and now apparently one of the candidates in this election is a musician a rock star is ukraine going for a new type of politician. i think marrion of the difference is a very big desire hunger for new faces will be ones that people can trust and know . you're not totally people who have come out of obscurity so that's why this of show business base seems to be one that's working so effectively for now and is let's keep it also for some. musicians you mentioned there we met him earlier in the week and he told me an interesting thing he said if ukraine to develop differently if ukraine hadn't fallen behind its neighbors in the last 20 years he
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thought it would probably be better if politicians did politics and musicians stuck to music but given that they had failed really to bring this country forward he felt he had no other choice but to get involved and not only. express his preferences but also set up his own party we joined him on the campaign trail let's have a. everything's going to be alright it's a hit that became a campaign slogan for surplus. after 25 years on the stage and 10 albums ukraine's most famous rock singer is venturing out into a new political stage as leader of the new party called paul's voice. in a crowded political scene is starting from scratch promising to end the oligarchs stranglehold of ukraine's economy and stand up to russia. since his rivals are scared and
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playing. the old faces of ukrainian politics were not expecting us to be doing so well in the polls and now they're throwing all they've got into discrediting us and doing everything to stop us taking power away from them. like president selenski before him look at you is profiting from a hunger for fresh faces in ukrainian politics faces but if the media interested previously public eye. their backgrounds and their politics of miles apart but both have decided to take the plunge into politics since they want to keep prince biggest stars. the politics for 28 years we've been we've been waiting for politicians to do something to change this country never happened probably it will be better for musicians to sing and for politicians to do politics it's our turn i hope to do as many things as possible and i'll do my best and what i see that my mission is accomplished i'm coming back very happily to be just musician.
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days for this entertainer turned politician between place and ending up with no seats in the polls suggest he could still happen next day draws closer just one thing seems clear to many ukrainians are willing to vote for just about anyone but the politicians they know. all right nick so clearly a very popular musician but how likely is it that he will end up in government. while the latest poll puts him just over that 5 percent threshold with potentially the smallest part in ukraine's parliament and that potentially could be just enough in coalition with the selenski to give a majority in parliament so potentially a coalition on the cards between the comedian turned politician and the politician for now being very cautious and very guarded. seems very open to
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starting a new coalition government with him so we could see that happen very soon. in kiev we thank you for that. well algeria's footballers have returned home to a hero's welcome after their africa cup of nations triumph the players were greeted by enormous crowds on the streets of the capital algiers on saturday as they paraded through town on an open top bus proudly displaying the trophy to their fans a jiri of beat senegal by one goal to nil in the final in cairo on friday night to claim the cup of nations crowned for just the 2nd time in the country's history. french venti bobino has won the stage at 14 of the 2 of holland's a grueling trek to the top of the legendary 2000 meter high called it to my late in the pyrenees his fellow countryman julie on the felipe finished 6 seconds behind on
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saturday and remains the yellow jersey holder defending champion home tomas dropped a valuable time but is still 2nd in the overall standings. in golf ireland's shane lowry put on a stunning display at the british open on saturday to catapult him into the lead ahead of today's final round lowry had the backing of the crowd as he produced an incredible 8 under par $63.00 at royal portrush in northern ireland this puts him 4 shots ahead of his nearest rival england's tommy fleetwood well it's been 50 years since one of the defining events of the 20th century in 1969 human beings 1st set foot on the moon the historic wedding was watched on television by hundreds of millions of people around the world it's a spectacle that many who saw it have never forgotten let's now relive some of
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those iconic moments. back right. or am. i was in my grandmother's house all watching t.v. and watching these looked like something absolutely unknown something impossible. that. i was a my aunt who was born in 18 in 99. and she was sitting there with me watching a man land on the moon so pretty amazing they didn't even have automobiles when she
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was 4. like really. solution to a ph d. it was a pity it wasn't us russians but space travel was developing fast and it was clear to us that many countries would send their astronauts into space when you were in school. right. but. of course it was a colossal event. i don't think of ever again sats awake in front of the television at 3 am waiting for something to happen and seeing if this.
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all right. and before we go a quick reminder of our top story. 2 major airlines have suspended flights to the egyptian capital cairo british airways and germany's looked on both side of security concerns but they gave no further reasons for their decision. here up to date now on t.w. news stay tuned for shift living in the digital age that's coming up next after a short break marian and steve and the entire newsroom team thanks for watching. the. robots are still in the development phase 1st splinter and when they grow. will humans and machines for you continue
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peacefully co-exist or are we on the verge of a robot collapse. if we just bumble into this totally unprepared with our heads in the sand if you think about what could go wrong then let's face it it's probably going to be the biggest mistake in human history. artificial intelligence is now spreading through our society they are experts be able to agree on the guidelines or will this technology create deadly new autonomous weapon systems. in robot collapse sort of august 14th on d w. i click i like i shop online and that produces huge amounts of data but who analyzes it one culprit. it is the advertising industry i look for
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a curry recipe online and suddenly ads for indian cookbooks pop up everywhere big data is it a blessing or a curse our focus today on shift. i'm always online my smartphone is always connected wherever i go along the way i leave digital footprints and help create a pot of what's known as big data. researchers have analyzed close to a 1000000 apps from the google play store they found that 90 percent of the data and many of these apps send data to several companies that sounds unsettling but does big data have a really affect on my life well let me know if i need my umbrella tomorrow. this vaguer rocket has a new kind of weather satellite on board at an altitude of 320 kilometers
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will collect data that will help meteorologists create better weather forecasts. for the 1st time a satellite will be able to measure wind speeds using laser range. it even works in locations that are normally inaccessible like over oceans is a perfect storm brewing out there. can help us predict the weather. insurance companies also use big data for instance to estimate the impact of natural disasters like flooding and car insurers set their rates according to the risk of theft where the policyholder lives so you might pay more or less for your policy depending on how many cars have been stolen in your neighborhood. big data can also make your sat nav more useful and precise in a las vegas pilot project an onboard computer tells drivers how fast to drive to catch the green light. and in estonia the port of talon is
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a digital showcase project trucks and goods are checked in electronically big data yields better logistics and shorter waiting times. so big data is big business companies are investing. in software that analyzes it in 2018 more than 6000000000 euros were spent on big data applications in germany alone. here's a stunning application from the field of medicine predicting flu epidemics with the help of twitter data researchers at university took 500000000 trees from around the world and fed them into a watson computer system once and found the relevant tweets what's more it's recognised what they were about for instance if the writer got a flu shot or already had flu symptoms this process is known as cognitive computing the digital simulation of human thought processes. watson for example search for
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key words like and put information into the right context even berlin sorry to a hospital is using big data to diagnose illnesses more quickly and treat them more effectively. this is a tumor cells which are specific molecular markers know to chim or cells are the same and ideally therapies would be targeted to the decision medicine hopes to determine which therapy is likely to be most effective researchers identify the tumors genetic characteristics to select a targeted treatment. dr claudia fall break from berlin charity hospital is using big data to improve cancer treatment she's collaborating with the molecular health data analysis company. did it is generated worldwide through various clinical studies and research experiments and then collected in databases for example molecular health checks these databases regularly on
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a daily basis and compares the results with those from the patient samples. to get such results tumor cells molecular markers or analyze the process called sequencing doctors at the sheraton a send the results to molecular health. molecular markers or compared with those of thousands upon thousands of other stored in the company's database. the database also contains information about therapies a report is produced to provides doctors with a recommended treatment tailored to the specific characteristics of the tumour cell . that's what this is what we're looking for it's the direction we hope things will go in the future we'd like patients to receive personalized treatment based on molecular changes we can identify during sequencing. the idea behind the project is revolutionary but using data from so many people as the basis for medical decisions and possibly superseding diagnosis of the patients doctor is also country. is at
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the for in germany people are still quite cautious we're afraid to give others access to our data which is understandable as a researcher i'd like to manage my own data and know exactly what's happening to it . but i think we must do away with this idea of keeping it all to ourselves the amount of data is just too large for that. big data has already allowed berlin's charity hospital to identify individual therapies for some 30 cancer patients. treating illnesses with the help of big data that's real progress and it shows that ai and humans can work together for the benefit of mankind. another thing that big data has done is make human behavior more predictable that's especially interesting for companies who want to target us online with personalized advertising that can still be hit or miss just because of research diving expeditions doesn't mean i
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want to buy a wetsuit right away but data analyst paul monk from from thailand are working on ways to optimize targeting when you play when you like when you stop to see your id you audit it out there it will go to whatever. technology to help the brand to know how to talk the right way to the right consummate with the. problem and his fellows andrew co-founders have been actively collecting data since 2013 today the firm employs more than 160 people and mainly analyzes data from the asian market they help authorities and companies to control their image there's been little criticism about how they process the data our job is not on the data but our job is that it father brand to understand it so in the end we help each other to understand it. but data security specialist cash to normal is
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more critical he believes that the global trade in data is a multi-billion dollar business from which only a few players profit. google alone earns over $100000000000.00 a year with online. and of course not $100000000000.00 has to be recovered somehow through the products that are being advertised so a single company earns hundreds or thousands of dollars a year from each internet user. then there are the data brokers who profit from collecting and analyzing this flood of data using special software we try to find out who's tracking user behavior the. triangles here representing the trackers the circles the web sites visited. even users who don't log in aren't surfing anonymously with every click the trackers network grows in this test there were close to 20 trackers for every web site visited. big data analysis
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helps link that information and produce a digital profile of the user. and. a profile like this describes the person and their fears their needs and possibly their financial situation allowing for advertising to be tailored to meet their budget or to be described as better than even our best friends could want to conquer. so companies might know me better than my friends do even very sensitive data like that used by health apps is often passed on to data collectors without users knowledge the legal basis for this is sometimes highly questionable. massive amount of data is generated every day it comes from a variety of sources not just the internet. whether on facebook instagram or net flix every day we humans generate 2500000 terabytes of
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data but not all of it on the net visit the doctor in your symptoms and diagnoses are stored in servers this data is often anonymous than passed on to market researchers when you found someone the call length location and contact details are scooped up and become part of big data. brokers encyclopedia defines big data as a monster so large change so fast or so very that it can't be processed with standard software. exactly how much data counts as big is hard to say as it's not stored to analyze centrally i see analysts estimate that in the next 6 years the global data spirit will rise to 175 bytes per year one set of buy does equal to $1000000000.00 terabytes one trillion gigabytes one quadrillion megabytes in comparison a 3 minute m p 3 track is around 3 megabytes in size so one is that the point can store around 333 trillion songs processing such masses of data isn't easy there are
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3 aspects to consider. hardware aspect what hardware can handle it. second there's the software that processes the data directly. there's the algorithms which glean information and knowledge from this data. coming. hardware software algorithms it's a big business big data is analyzed using software platforms called frameworks they divide data between several high performance servers where it can be processed simultaneously processing that data quickly is key that's where data artisans abroad and based start up comes in they analyze very large amounts of data very fast using an open source platform called apache flink they help create it
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processes incoming data in real time and can simultaneously analyze data has already been stored stream processing is a big new thing so it's no surprise that chinese conglomerate alibaba snapped up dozens for an estimated 90000000 euros earlier this year that's great for the startup founders but is it good for society when healing that poses a risk to the data could be compiled on unaligned in such a way that for instance human behavior becomes more predictable and transparent. a nun could end up limiting individual freedom if i had a science and i couldn't build honestly i'm pretty generous when it comes to my personal data if i look into a service and like it i'm willing to pay for it with my data but maybe the prize really is too high as trading your personal data for free apps or services
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welcome to in good shape here's what's coming up charlotte versus liquid which kind of soap is better for your skin. g.b.h. d. why ritalin doesn't help some people with attention deficit disorder and in focus today can't do much makeup harm your skin now here's your host dr carsten lake out . hello and welcome to in good shape that you know that skin is our now just august and that it not only exits a protective barrier but that it says a lot about our well being how to care for our skin and what's good for the skin and what's not this is what i'm going to talk about to date with dr you have the ability.
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when we're speaking off skin care less it's more. of course we all want to look good and make up can help many women don't leave the house without any makeup on but this can be stressful for our skin and sometimes our skin reacts with information. complection. mushers classy lips. some people will go to great lengths for their appearance. but overdoing it can have serious consequences 56 year old molly's a high bar is wary about using cosmetics on her face now she used to wear so much makeup that it gave her severe skin problems they're still slowly improving. the monks in the morning out have these dark red h.-e.
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blisters and they were painful for a long time i didn't know whether it was contagious or not i didn't know what it was not really for the most giving to stuff and if you wear make up every day and then suddenly you're not allowed to it makes you feel like you're naked. and. money is not an isolated case dermatologist county about hurley has seen lots of patients with the same problem it's known as parry oral dermatitis or stewardess disease because it often affects women who wear a lot of makeup and appear a lot of damage to different damage titus as a result of using lots of different products the skin gets overtreated and reacts with small pus jools an inflammation that's where the redness comes from. the epidermis swirls because of the constant supply of moisture from cosmetics it creates the perfect environment for microorganisms to thrive they cause inflammation and the skin can no longer regenerate but it's not only using too much
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that causes the problem some of the ingredients can also be harmful. the amount is the problem then you have lots of different substances mixed together and you're also getting too much of something that might be bad for you that's when the problem arises. because medics and history uses more than 10000 different substances many of them haven't been extensively researched lots of products contain what are known as paragons which cosmetic companies are allowed to use as a preservative even though they can interfere with the. hormone system. then there are other alarming substances that aren't added to the product but that form through chemical reactions during storage. so what should the consumer do. natural cosmetics can be a good alternative they don't contain paragons but they do sometimes contain fragrances that can cause an allergic reaction.
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no cosmetic product is guaranteed to be harmless people who like to wear makeup and want to keep their skin healthy should always read the ingredients list or they can follow monday's as example. as the start mentally fluffy i'm more careful now i don't put it on every day as a matter of course just for special occasions but not every day. even with make up less is more. i'm he was talking about she's a good toddler just and she's an expert for healthy skin and looking for healthy skin but for beautiful skin as well so it's just something like overprotecting skin all over caring to use too much creams teachers this is correct many patients that i see every day have problems due to too much of skin care the skin is able to protect itself that means it creates its own lip it's like
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a body lotion created by the superficial layer of the skin the epidermis then we have an acidic protective mantle p h 5 and this prevents viruses or. problematic bacteria or fungus to spread and make as little as 4 sure we have the microbiome up which means that you have a population of lovely bacteria these are the dormant bacteria and they keep everything outside which we don't want to have in our skin and in our immune system many trains our immune system so this way we stay healthy and if we use too much of products preserving colorants in massive part fumes we destroy this sensitive balance of the skin so i'm doing everything right it's just using water that's perfect our skin believes it live still in the stone age so you are the perfect cavemen not using too much of soap and alcohol and all kinds of substances you're
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just have the pure treatment and that's the perfect way to do it ok and we're going to viewer question from colorist from mexico and she asks you would like to know hoffman should treat to face into body with most who is in cream social 1st of all she should stop using salts and peter jensen. she should just use water to wash her face and the body and after 4 weeks she will get you through it and she will be back into into the natural balance producing her own limits and then she. see whether she at all needs a cream or body lotion and she should only treat these areas which are still dry after 4 weeks but if i would talk to the industry which producers of the skincare products they would have a totally different the opinion on this i would say well you can buy youth with using our products well for sure they want to earn money and they want to promise you'll never die if you want to buy this product which helps you to stay on forever
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but in reality your skin barrier is very strong you have a horn cell layer which keeps out all of these products can i get all those anti aging substances into my skin with eating them to do smooth skin through nutrition indeed the secret is the whole lifestyle a part of this is what you eat so stay was natural foods and if you are healthy insight into sports you snip well you eat healthily you don't smoke you don't go to this time without protection you avoid some parents avoid alcohol and become answer all these 8 accelerators you avoid so you will in the end have a healthier and youngness in and this is much more effective than using anti-aging and you could to take a look at my skin and say what you can see yes i would love to.
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ok well beautiful skin healthy skin. here i see a sunspot but not too many so you to be here during your life and also the way your cores are distributed the wrinkles age i think what's really thought i'm happy just because i don't smoke yeah and i'm a vegetarian so this is good for my skin so stay on this the cosmetic industry wants to sell us creams and lotions for the schema not only for the game even for scalp and many people have problems with this to. the scalp can cause a lot of different problems can be flaky itchy sticky to dry too greasy or even infected with fungus. this patient has come along for a check up because her scalp is itching the dermatologist decides to take a close up look. and see just here and you can see that there's inflammation here
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the scalp of the back red and i can see some dandruff. she has a dry scalp which is prone to flaking and this is why. this is a big just glance produced 2 little fat and nutrients skin cells form which then die and flake off the dandruff tends to be small and white and it often. find it there and tiny cracks in the skin and this causes inflammation which feels . it's a vicious circle the more you scratch the more you damage the skin so the more it itches and the more you scratch. and 6. wearing a hat can make the vicious circle even more vicious. whether you can make the situation worse because the sweat itself in cars itching on your quads lots of people do actually react to their own sweat. if you have dry skin with these micro injuries the sweat can make you rich when it comes in contact with them. but an
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oily scalp can often cause problems as well. here are the plans produced excessive fat and nutrients which creates bigger often yellow flakes that stick to the scalp . different causes need to be treated in different ways. so which who is the right one we asked here dresser don't you know of a cello and you titian judea shambat apparently using an anti dandruff shampoo on dry skin can do more harm than good as it really is i wouldn't advise someone with a dry skull just to use anti dandruff shampoo because it could irritate the skin even more. many n.t. dandruff shampoos are far too aggressive anyone with a dry scalp should read the ingredients list on care products extra carefully. when they are divisions and we should use a really mild shampoo with no fragrances or preservatives and make sure there are
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lipitor in it to keep the skin moisturized right that is up. here are there 3 tips for washing and blow drying only used lukewarm water runs the hair thoroughly to get rid of all the product and blow dry on the medium setting with an attachment like this if possible. another potential problem with an oily scalp is fungus oily deposits provide food for various types of yeast that convert it into harmful fatty acids. anti dandruff shampoos can help here. fresh lemon juice can also be applied to an oily scalp for 10 minutes to regulate the ph value. black tea and tea tree oil work in a similar way clean bedding can also help kafka's it's a good idea to wash your pillow at regular intervals 60 degrees celsius and without the cover halt and if our media event can help prevent or build up
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a fund i have bacteria and other germs. not it. top tips for a healthy scalp to keep edging and various kinds of dandruff at bay. when i go to shop and buy some shampoo. i really have problems to to rid of this fine print here and those are the ingredients and i can just use it ok was it not ok what's in here well 1st of all they are written in really small letters so here it's a magnifying glass for the very young to be able to see it that you wouldn't understand a word because it's all chemical words it's vocabulary that we don't have present not even as doctors right so you need to be a specialist and cosmetic industry to understand what is written there which is a problem because you can't decide whether it's a good product or if there are some dangerous substances and this is necessary so
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it would be useful and helpful for example to use an app and there's an app for this exactly there are several apps and you may use your mobile phone just to scan the barcode oh yeah ok and here you go so this product is recommended but i see there are some parfum substances and we just are mythologised we don't like perfume fragrance but all the other in britain seem to be fine so this won't be a product which you can use a trial whether you like it now it's quite expensive actually so i boiled sheeple one which is this year and it's not even a euro class or less seriously just scams. good well no not so good looks with the c.n.a. there is a warning and they say that there are some substances inside washing substances 10 sites that are very aggressive and weaken your skin the area so you can have like other genes again irritations itching brightness and i don't like this being
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a dermatologist and also trying oh intensive your reverence are not good for the skin what's the connection between a healthy scalp and healthy the course on your skull produced tallow and this is tell all spreads all over the skull skin like an ammonia and takes care that it's healthy and strong and this oil field also spreads over the air and makes it shiny because it's comparable to a coal mine where you have these dry scales in this dry status and if you have this oil it's like you know puts them together and so you have a nice skin on your hair too you know in the household limited use for shiny healthy here when i had a friend to it i was putting beer and ax into your could endure because you avoid chemicals like perfume multipliers preserve and i recommend. vinegar water you take one litter of water and one soup spoon of
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vinegar you blend it and you use it like a conditioner so it comes down. to skin on your scalp it removes to much of fungus that many people have suffering from sobriety dermatitis it gives you a strong ph value it improves the smell of your hair and also again it helps to make your hair shaft shiny because the scales of this cone are put together and it looks. and it's completely natural and it sounds not expensive i mean it's just in the water exactly and if you have some left over use it in your fall of the falls to make them strong and prevent fungus or infections there greg thanks so much and if you've got any questions you'd like me to ask our expert.
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on an upcoming show we'll be watching out for. these tiny on the most can transmit serious infections such as lyme disease what's the best way to protect yourself if you have a question about this send it to in good shape d.w. dot com please write checks in the subject line we look forward to hearing from you many people wash their hands with soap i mean literally with a bar of soap and i always ask myself who's going to clean the soap and the soap gets dirty so i myself prefer liquid soap but is it always better. you see liquid soap everywhere these days. this on the other hand you hardly see it all. yet so it does have real advantages let's take a closer look. is liquid so it's popularity down to the fact that it washes better
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1st we need to explain why dirt is removed more easily with soap than without it the reason behind it is a fact compounds that reduce the surface tension of water it's this action that causes dirt particles to separate on the skin but this one so do it any better than the other. it's the same as asking whether warm water is better than cold how effectively it cleans is mainly due to the mechanics of how i wash my hands and washing and this means careful love the rain as a rule of thumb for 30 seconds only then will your hands clean. i mean regardless of whether bar liquid soap is used. still basso does have a bit of a tarnished image who hasn't encountered its messy leftovers but council bachelor transmit germs soap may loosen bacteria and viruses but it doesn't kill them
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germs can be passed on from our hands and live on in soap slime. there are germs that lot are more moist environment so you can assume that they'll stay there maybe for a few days or weeks but don't forget you're using this too and you always runs a little bit of it off and that of course washes away the virus and germs too. for those who still have concerns with magnetic holders such as these soap can dry out then germs don't have a chance preservatives are added to liquid soap to keep germs in check it's still a good idea to thoroughly clean a liquid soap dispenser before we filling it. you know do the ingredients of the 2 differ. industrial made bars of soap usually contain fairly unproblematic substances like the fat caustic soda vegetable oil and water. but it's dyes fragrances and other additives like moisturisers which can cause
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problems. liquid soap consists mainly of water and lots of chemicals synthetically produce a fact and preservatives and thickening agents as well as agents that produce the desired ph value and the most of fires to hold it all together. dyes and fragrances are also found in liquid soaps around 500 different ones are used by the cosmetics industry. 26 of these fragrances and then by damage to cause skin irritation an x. mark including some made from natural oils. dr hans michels confers often sees patients who are allergic to soap. that islet g.'s a triggered not only by fragrances and diets but also by preservatives. just how
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high is the risk of an allergic reaction. generally speaking there are only a few contact allergies when it comes to the allergens don't have any time to really have an effect on the skin because the soap itself is washed off from an hour ago logical perspective bar so makes more sense because it releases fewer substances in the short time while liquid soap is a product where all manner of things can be added. it sounds like basso morgan has the edge especially when you consider it lasts about twice as long as liquid soap. and needs less packaging a big plus for the environment. methane to date hydrochloride is a drug which is used to treat an attention deficit disorder in children it's not affection cocaine the problem is that intention deficit disorder is very hard to diagnose so
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a lot of children are getting this struck on necessarily. armando is 18 his sister alessia is 16. they live in a village near coeur in switzerland today they both look happy and well balanced but 10 years ago it was a very different picture and their mother remembers it well. they were very lively. armando always had a hard time at school he couldn't sit still feel that shtick the teacher said he used to put his hand up and say you needed to go for a run around school was a big problem for him i went to the pediatrician for advice so rathole and. the pediatrician diagnosed both the siblings with a.d.h. d. attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. to help them concentrate better he prescribed ritalin a drug with the active ingredient methylphenidate which they would have to take
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every day from then on. the number of ritalin prescriptions to treat a.d.h. d. has risen sharply around the world in recent years. it's a trend that we should be concerned about says psychotherapist and. it's not that easy to diagnose a.d.h. so there are a lot of missed. if you think about 40 to 50 percent of cases are missed our ignorance to see that patients are prescribed ritalin and there are a lot of side effects. for example related to growth or appetite armando didn't have any serious side effects 1st but the drug didn't start to adversely affect him when he hit puberty. until last molars working to reduce the number of people who were falsely prescribed ritalin. at the end of the 1990 s.
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he started researching a new diagnostic procedure for a d h d using an e.g. test to measure brain waves. we measure the patient's brain activity while they're solving tasks so we can see to the millisecond what's happening in the different regions of the brain in this case. to gather more accurate information he carried out a study between 20132017 that examine the brain waves of 580 h.t. patients and compare them with those of healthy people. and the huge quantity of data has enabled us to detect 88. deep biomarkers for children and adults. we've also discovered subtypes. and we know know that certain subtypes respond better to redolent and son to other drugs.
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ritalin only works for about 60 percent of the patients. tests showed that armando belongs to a subtype that ritalin isn't suitable for instead of feeling fidgety like he did in elementary school he started feeling listless he got lost in his own world and was unable to structure his day to day life. child psychiatrist better get cough has prescribed him another drug that works for his a.d.h. the subtype. i have i have sometimes psychotherapy isn't enough and the patient needs medication and now because of the data we have on grey's physiology we know which drug is the right one and we can justify giving medication to children and adolescents as we know that the psychological strain would constantly increase without it. armando can't do without drugs but at least he's now taking something that really helps me to non-medical and sits i'm really happy with the new medication and i can concentrate better and i can complete tasks better and i'm
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more patient when someone asks me something. topical made a good dog. in the past he wouldn't have been able to play this kind of concentration game. now he even does it for fun. that's it for today see you next week and until then let's all try to stay in good shape.
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sweltering heat they're taking to the streets in their tens of thousands they're concerned about an erosion of their rights and freedoms also coming up to. 2 major airline suspended flights to the egyptian capital cairo they signed can security concerns but give no further information on the details behind it just. and ukraine's president cast this vote in the country's stamp parliamentary election live in years 11 he needs his party to win a majority so he can make good on promises of reform. omarion evanston it's good to have you with us anti-government protests in hong kong are showing no sign of letting up tens of thousands of people took to the streets on sunday for a 7th weekend in a row the rallies were initially sparked by
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a controversial extradition bill though the bill has now been suspended the protestors are worried about an erosion of freedoms under chinese rule and say they want free elections. our correspondent phoebe kong is monitoring the situation and she joins us now from hong kong for more so phebe the 7th weekend of protests in hong kong but it seems that this time police are not taking any chances we're hearing about additional security measures what more can you tell us. yaml sphere of today is absolutely very tan say over the protests area right now what i mean here we can see the the team the rally is so i possibly through my back and they're going to the government headquarters right now and police have deployed i
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hundreds if not thousands of police officers around hong kong island to pretend any like balance question happening possibly. be their own today and yesterday we know that the police they have arrested several people all of that they are suspect. saying some kind of life forms and they are having some are highly explosive materials in a factory so 6 this is also one of the reasons why the police say they are very cautious about what's going on today and certainly the government and also some of the protesters they are worried about things will go out of control and after the rally the peaceful rally today. well it's safe to say that china is monitoring what's happening in hong kong very closely it's called the protests. blaming the protest on extremists external forces but how much longer do you think beijing is
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going to tolerate this challenge to its authority over hong kong. you know you're right this is definitely one of the. largest movements seen as hong kong was handed back to china screwy 9097 in 20 years ago and there are some rumors recently in recent weeks that saying that china china saffron they might have a chance to deploy the chinese army to lie to in hong kong to control the situation if the situations really they go out of control and things turn out and see. this is a very sensitive move if the chinese government really decide to use de army to control the situation and this will further i hung const reputation they follow me and this is not something i really used to do that because firstly hunger
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governments have to declare a state of emergency before the chinese government they are before the army to control the situation so in the short term this might not happen but in terms of politics and politically it is expected that the chinese government they will tighten their grip over. hong kong because. obviously you know how some governments and the top leave them they have lost all the trust and the anti-piracy so it is very likely that for a government that the chinese government to credit ok great. all right t.v. con we have to leave it there thank you so very much for your reporting. now british airways and germany's flagship carrier look tons or have suspended flights to the egyptian capital cairo british airline announced it would not be flying to cairo for a week times the said it would resume flights today the airlines say that the
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measure is a security precaution but they have not given a further explanation this comes as the u.k. united states and other countries have issued travel warnings for egypt. well joining us now for more is ruth michelson she's a journalist who's based in cairo good morning to you ruth so the airlines have said they have suspended flights as a precaution what are they worried about. well as you mentioned we know that british airways have suspended flights for the next week lufthansa said yesterday that they canceled 2 flights. which results in the cancellation if you follow the flights today but then that normal service will resume. and this came as something of a surprising move last night. and has said that they won't disclose the reason why they suspended these flights on grounds of security but we do know that this
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decision came off the british foreign office updated it suffice to travelers physics in egypt it's still mocks the majority of egyptians see it as somewhere that people should seek their advice before traveling but we also don't know why the foreign office decided to update its travel advice including new mentions of increased threats to aviation. well written 2015 terrorists bombed a russian airliner that had taken off from the resort of sharm el shaikh in egypt just how good is security adage of sion airports and what is the current risk of a terror attack. well the flight that you mentioned. 17000968 took off from. poole in south sinai. that airport has seen something of a security overhaul by the egyptian government and some british pop is
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since the terrorist attack took place there the egyptian government also hired a british security firm control risks to assess security at all of its airports across the country. now it's been reported that the decision taken by british airways came following a routine security assessment of egyptian airports by british officials last week gyptian officials have since said that the security assessment was rated as excellent following this but this doesn't explain why flights were canceled. my health and reporting for us from cairo we thank you very much ukrainians are heading to the polls today to elect a new parliament ukrainian president vladimir selenski called the snap elections after being sworn into office in mame he's hoping this vote will consolidate his
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power and give him a stronger mandate to carry out reforms the former t.v. actor was elected on promises of tackling corruption and shaking up ukraine's political system but so far progress has been slow. connelly is in kiev and he joins us now for more so nick president selenski actually himself brought forward the timing of these elections just how confident is he that voters will hand his party more power. good morning mary when it seems if the polls it's believed that this gamble is paying off the latest polls gave his newly founded party servants the people over 45 percent of the populace support which if it turns out speech true would be more than any other you can present had picked up before him it looks like he'll be just
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short of an absolute majority which will allow his policy to put legislation through ukraine's parliament the right on its own but it really seems like that strategy of really. working on his driving home his advantage while the honeymoon approaches that's been going on for the last few months now still in place that really is paying off and he looks set to win big well negs alaska is own rise to power it came of course off the back of him starring in a t.v. show and now apparently one of the candidates in this election is a musician a rock star is ukraine going for a new type of politician. i think marrion of the difference is a very big desire hunger for new faces will be ones that people can trust and know . you're not totally people who have come out of obscurity so that's why this of show business base seems to be one that is working so effectively for now and if is
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let's keep it also for such a musician you mentioned that we met him earlier in the week and he told me an interesting thing he said if ukraine had developed differently if you crane hadn't fallen behind its neighbors in the last 20 years he thought it would probably be better if politicians did politics and musicians stuck to music but given that they had failed really to bring this country forward he felt he had no other choice but to get involved and not only. express his preferences but also set up his own party we joined him on the campaign trail let's have an. everything's going to be all right it's a hit that became a campaign slogan for circus love. after 25 years on the stage in 10 albums ukraine's most famous rock singer is venturing out onto a new political stage as leader of a new party called voice. in
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a crowded political scene look at you starting from scratch promising to end the oligarchs stranglehold of ukraine's economy and stand up to russia. since his rivals are scared and playing. the old faces of ukrainian politics were not expecting us to be doing so well in the polls and now they're throwing all they've got into discrediting us and doing everything to stop us taking power away from them. like president selenski before him is profiting from a hunger for fresh faces and ukrainian politics faces but if i'm interested in previous the public eye. grounds and politics of miles apart but both have decided to take the plunge into politics since they want to ukraine's biggest stars. the politics for 28 years we've been we've been waiting for politicians to do something to change this country never happened probably it will be better for musicians to
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sing and for politicians to do politics it's our turn i hope to do as many things as possible and i'll do my best and what i see that my mission is accomplished i'm coming back very happily to be just musician. days for this into tina turner. between 3rd place and ending up with. the polls suggest and you could still happen the next day draws closer just one thing seems clear to many ukrainians are willing to vote for just about anyone but the politicians they know. all right nick so clearly a very popular musician but how likely is it that he will end up in government while the latest poll puts him just over that 5 percent threshold with potentially the smallest party in ukraine's parliament and that potentially could be just enough in coalition with the selenski to give
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a majority in parliament so potentially a coalition on the cards between the comedian turned politician and the rock salt and politician for now being very cautious and very guarded but the team seems very open to starting a new coalition government with him so we could see that happen very soon all right nick connelly in kiev we thank you for that. all right some sports news now and the algeria's footballers have returned home to a hero's welcome after their africa cup of nations triumph the players were greeted by the warmest crowds on the streets of the capital algiers on saturday as they paraded through town on an open top bus probably displaying the trophy to their fans algeria beat senegal by one goal to nail in the final in cairo on friday night to claim the cup of nations crown for just the 2nd time in the country's history.
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and iraq tourists welcomed was also forwarded to the senegalese team on their return home despite their defeat fans in the capital dakar lined the streets along the 16 kilometer route from the airport to the presidential palace where the squad was received in the evening president macky sall said the team could not be criticized and should use the defeat as a learning experience to help them win the next africa cup of nations in 2 years' time. and you're up to date now on t w news stay tuned for reporter this week focusing on efforts by female 5 players to be able to compete in one of the world's biggest sporting events the tour de france to america and the steam thanks for watching. the changing. possible. gold africa. from
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3480 kilometers. and one demand driver to order forms for women because so far it's a men only competition. jacqueline like if we want to show that women can accomplish extraordinary things too by doing something that may look a bit crazy we're getting people to listen to us because. their plan is to cycle the entire tour de france all 3480 kilometers exactly one day ahead of the met. we're in brussels where the tour de france will start this year tomorrow these 13 women set off from here now they're making last minute preparations sorting out
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their helmets jerseys and chips. like this. just to recap here everybody checks out anyone need to digest plus. one would think that this is a joke and this is all legal it's all natural ingredients he's a food supplement. and that's just. clear florrie is the one behind the don on does that alter your project which roughly translates to let's get women on bikes she's been doing the tour de france every years since 2015 no matter the circumstances. i don't know if you they were the 1st time we did the 2 were there was just 3 of us and we didn't know if we budgeted enough money on the trip we stayed the family a school tail wind meals and washed out jerseys by hand every evening. and it was just on my you know it was do it yourself basically did you but that was a real adventure since a couple. things have become much more professional in recent years.
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no other women have a sponsor without this financial support they'd be hardly able to pay for their bike equipment and accommodation. none of the women are professional cyclists claire for example works as a sports teacher and organizes this competition in her spare time. because i receive organizing all this is exhausting but it's ok because it's my passion right now it leaves me little free time for anything else because i'm totally focused on this project. but in one or 2 years when there will hopefully be a women's tour de france it will have paid off. like has its actually thinks in book. in central brussels the morning before the race the women are preparing to set off. tomorrow in just a few 100 metres from here the belgian king will send off the men competing in the
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tour de france. that. the team and then someone unceremoniously they're off. unlike during the actual tour de france the roads are not blocked off to cars so they must carefully we in our traffic and there is much less pomp and glamour than during the men's race they have to deal with red lights on coming cars and other challenges. the women will cover a distance of 3480 kilometers cycling through the. the pyrenees and the alps climbing to an altitude of 2770 meters but it's not about setting new records all these women cyclists want is to be treated with the same respect as their male peers. i wish you could will soon as i started cycling as a sport late when i was 24. and at some points i realised that i'd never seen
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a women's peloton on t.v. even though there are plenty of women involved in competitive cycling but they never feature on t.v. i wanted to change that. some hardcore science and friends of already gathered along the route to get a good view of the men's tour de france quite a few are impressed by the women taking on this challenge. for the sake of the men get all the backing attention they could hopeful but the women don't receive enough. well that you know that's why we're here to cheer them on good enough want to see. anyone up for even cycle along with them for part of the journey everyone's invited no matter their gender. i think i have a point why is there thought of most for men and not for women surely there's room
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for both. cycling along with the women has become really popular now for security reasons only 100 athletes are allowed on the road at any one time when i know women so many cyclists have joined us it's amazing that means our message is being heard and that's a fantastic feeling this official. 4 days and 650 kilometers later we're in sandy aid devotion of all these mountains the tough section lies ahead. but thankfully claire is in great shape and up for the challenge in fact just 2 weeks ago she competed in the french cycling championships. but it's not a steep climb but it drags on. unlike the men who get nutritious snacks passed on to them on the go the women have to pull over their wheat. that along with navigating road traffic slows them down considerably. meaning that
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they need almost twice the time men do for a day's stage. a small team of volunteers accompanies the women on their journey helping with preparations. this was even though this is the 2nd year now that oscar meyer has signed up to support them . he even took a break from his student job so we could be here but it's a race against the clock during these 3 weeks we help the women the more time they have to recuperate. carbohydrate heavy food and fruit give them the necessary energy to get back on that bike or else does that way so far things have been go ahead all right but we still have half of the climb ahead of us the toughest bit is still to come the negotiations there. and look for stability of really steep we'll see. every day the women spend 8 to 9 hours
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biking that obviously takes its toll with muscle cramps and the like a common problem luckily they have got 3 physio therapist on the team travelling with them when needed they set up their massage tables in the hotel always in the evenings they're super busy giving the women are up down. yeah richard reeves almost yesterday was a hot day we cycled for 215 kilometers and the last in line she was really painful 7 our muscles got all tense but now i'm getting my toxins message out of my muscles so i'll be ready for tomorrow. and then out the rush. you know with their busy schedule they don't always have time for an evening rubdown often they meet local sports clubs and even mayors after a day's cycling like here and on c. for example it tends to garner them admiration those sometimes people doubt they'll pull off the whole tour if you think you'll make it to the end but we've been doing
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this for 5 years and so far only one participant ever gave up that's one out of 22 in the last 4 years 22 made it to the finish line. so there's no reason to believe all 13 of us won't make it this year about this. because if it were known that the women always need to prove themselves because people tend to think that minimal capable is. day 2 in the bush this year clare and her fellow female cyclists are supported by an international women's team with athletes from england the u.s. and australia. australia's pippa lyon did not mind travelling this far to participate. along the road her 11 month old son is there to cheer her on. since having him it's made it even more important to me to just show to the next generation boys and girls that women can do exactly the same
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as men yes we can do things as foster is strong but we can do it and we can do it really well. each year there are more and more people calling for there to be an old fishel women's tour de france but so far these demands have fallen on deaf ears . even though back in the 1980 s. the organizers did one stage a women's race along with the men's but then rescheduled the event in that was the end of it christiane predominate charge of the tour de france doesn't want to tell us what he thinks about this instead he sends this statement mr pradelle moretti answered many times questions about the possibility of organizing during the tour de france or tour de france for women the answer is still the same organizing another race of the same time for 3 weeks is logistically not possible. there is some truth in this the tour de france is the world's 3rd biggest sporting
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event 4500 helpers are needed just to prepare the route and almost 30000 police officers and firemen are on duty to maintain security and some say that staging another race just requires too much work. but the real apology o. the president of the international cycling union thinks a women's competition could be a great success. of priest i used or we will have to work on a solution and examine the technical problems and circumstances i think we can address these challenges and i am convinced that women's cycling can appeal to a lot audience if you know you and your female athletes will finally get the recognition. factor just bought a minute. the good news is that in 2014 the tour de france organizers did begin staging a one day women's race during the men's competition but for clare that's not enough . i asked myself why should we be happy with
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a one day race when we are capable of going for days at the several stages of days and weeks a one day race is not comparable to one that goes over several stages because over time cycling taints develop and it's something different for viewers to and from a sports perspective as well so i think women are entitled to a proper right. the. officer then always she was echoing her know how much hard work still lies ahead of the cyclists even though they've mastered the 1st steep stages. there's still a long way until they reach their final destination. and it will also take a long time until there's a proper women's tour de france but giving up the best out of the question. like them for years are fish this is the 5th time i'm doing this and i hope i don't have to keep going for another 15 months because it certainly is hard work and it gets harder by the year for the info i mean besides i want to start
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a family at some point the good news is should i stop others will take my place course in charlotte all the false. claims. color me it is a very different line outlay for the team behind it. trying . to juggle a little. i told him he was. playing. just a little bit get the to sadie's has made it's election day the time just in the
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everyone knows the spaces the stars lighting up the buddhist legal week in week out the behind the scenes many others are hard at work like marcus boyer bunching up bus bus driver kids manager and general go to guy this ng going to question your comments on tell you if it's possible. that dr blix keeps an expert on the team's most precious assets. if it's doing what any. piece has always tossed with keeping balls put stuff in tip top condition. and
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isn't any kind of themes. in all of the. stadium and i also know about dicko is the absolute import of months of for a settlement not from god i'm with britain's on this is. live and say let's see. there's the bundesliga team behind the team. get the inside look at these crucial before. behind the scenes on kicked off. has long been a cult hero in dortmund most certainly bags of braces they beat braman in the 989 german cup final. he's been the club's stadium announcer since 1992. but not be as he's widely known here as many more strings to his book. title i work for the sales and marketing department helping find and engage new
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sponsors. i've also got to keep on top of the club's internet radio live stream. that's been going 20 years next week hard to believe then there's all the stuff of . our in-house broadcast channel and the anchor man and we film a lot with the. playfield. and he has a very special guest today october royce captain home town hero and now father. for the all the 1st year euphoria and there's more to life than for all those you can testify to this. just blew me away. i mean credibly high. among the months michel leading something you simply fully comprehend into my experience it yourself. to be right there with tiny little being comes into the world it's amazing the feelings that surface in that moment and then
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there's also just the pride of having become a fan when i'm father ferocious stars up close and personal a lot of it because what's that can't stay serious for too long. the full throttle at the same battles. this week. it's been. no bit difficult permanent livewire and tireless worker for dormans course here he's simply part of the package. make up and if he lives and breathes the whole thing very intensely it's in his nature and it's just what makes him such a perfect fit here. and. i'm so busy so let's leave him in peace for a while.
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the distilled or surgery of dr. the 56 year old orthopedic specialist is a renowned sports physician among his clients triple grand slam winner and julie kavner the dusseldorf prize hockey team and for the past 12 years the city's footballing finest from fortunate just as of today john symond is here for an after care appointment with the fortuna fullback suffered a serious ankle injury in the mid february match with labor coups and it wasn't certain he play again before the summer. when your body is your tool to train you need a doctor like olf if you have to take a break you make sure you get it and if he says yes you're ok but if he says no that's the way it is. the doctor a psychologist and a reassuring presence. i mean you can see how busy it is here i think it's
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remarkable not only how he finds the time but when you hear it gives you the feeling you're the most important person in the world for those confused because in the moment they received the mention of. the actual surgery is only part of the job for you also understand the value of forging a bond with the place. i worked from an emotional angle i was very unwell myself for an extended period i know what it's like to be on the other side and as a patient it can be catastrophic to sit facing someone supposed to be making you better cold and standoffish where there's no woman no words of comfort no human touch or drop in on me and. my doctor for body and soul it's a quality much appreciated by the distal players and their coach. the harmer of our relationship has developed over time into one of real friendship before because
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wolf is just a terrific guy. important school students are very conscientious and he treats everyone with the utmost respect i'm just happy to have him as a friend because see him in mccomb you can always go to him with your problems not just the physical things directly related to your job at anything but the incidental stuff as well and that he can help fix a lot of problems when you don't know where to turn or can always call the dog and even the right directions before david has to be anything but unless. you've been building i find that very touching it's nice to be spoken of so fondly by the coach and some analysts of such a long serving player at the club side. as though you can't help but be moved by that interest question of going into what we were. fortunate or sauce all round medicine man. does and for just the way i am on.
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saturday be involved but it's 6 30 in the morning. the only volkswagen arena visit is at this hour a couple of croakers. pizza is always on the job already groundsman tend to be early risers. so to speak on our much day starts and help us 6 with the final trim we run the mower over the pitch one last time before getting to me and i'm on a platform affordable for them. that's more than $7000.00 square metres of grass waiting to be knit and tucked. one from a sometimes i do it on my own belief sometimes a colleague does the total distance is about 30 millimeters it's a good morning workout most. of these buckets kind of i enjoy it
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it's exercise it's peaceful just really nice shirt. after that he's got his fresh seed over the more worn out patches not least in the penalty box the imminent action will actually help the process along. the top comic sign of the goalkeeper stamps the c. date with the study so by the end of the game you'll hardly see any of the fresh seed it's all here so would be kind soft with the 1st time the keeper and one of the players basically finish off the receding forest and that helps keep the penalty box in play a competition for how many people. it's time to water the lol. yeah you see members in 2 hours before kickoff will start sprinkling my pitch it's nice dry weather today so i will have to ensure it's all well halted best of luck to force this on from our team like to play on a moist pitch. for him to keep his in particular the wetter the better for keeping
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the movement of the ball sister lloyd that's very important with the pitch now prepped to pre-match perfection the 1st part of peter's i was working day is done. marcus boy is match day shift also starts early mention got past bus driver and kid manager is monger 1st at the stadium getting all the gear ready. tracksuit warmer. underwear socks shorts shirts going to stands for blades flip flops towel. and the guy says no no doubt think of something else they need later. marcus play for glass back him self up to reserve team level alongside
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a certain stephan efron but. there will always be younger and i have to help our few times i know him well from back then. i met a few in tina just before i became kid manager here when he 1st came back outside so he was like an older young man by the don't long ago. today rylan rival. and very kid manager all of the parts as a thoughtful gift for his opposite number. thank you this is for my former youth team coach here sadly suffered a major struggle he's a great deal. and he's always bugged me to get one of these shirts i'll give it to him tomorrow he'll be delighted only when i'm going to my pleasure. then it's back to the changing room duty for marcus and his colleagues it takes a couple of. it was solid effort to get everything shipshape. because in the years
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if you don't come with a guy some of the staff in there happy that's my job done i don't leave them in pain without meeting i think us about an after in the way they were much thanks i keep a low profile along with a 100 i'm not sure what. the players have all they need for the jewel with this will doff it's very clear that marcus boy is an integral member of the glovebox team. some say he's the bus driver others call him the kit manager for me for me he's motivational coach mentor more. we get along really well. he's as much a part of the changing room. he's so many sides to so many good qualities really nice guy. in shorts he's something of a father figure to the play a relationship that naturally gives rise to its own little conflicts. and i need more thinking during the museum they listen to you wouldn't really be my thing but
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i think you know given the government always has its advantages my daughter is 19 a mom or in the car to get a chill sometimes when you hear that song done i've got the current hit song my slave. with the stadium chores done baucus heads back to the hotel to pick up the plates and good time. machine for part of the new year the biggest worries getting bank here on time still makes me slightly nervous i don't want to be late and i'm pretty much rooting for all i'm to be here around all sort of last year the . goldman signorelli doing up 4 hours before kickoff norbit declare rise of the stadium you know the routine inside out but it's special every time. in
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a month when i start getting nervous that's when i'll stop doing it straightaway herself. ah. i think you should be a bit nervous when it's your job to communicate with 80000 people. by job he's been doing a bush adult men since 1992. students 127 years i get there's folk on the south terroristic i've been doing it since 99 i've never seen anyone else there. and you can't separate an old footballer from his match day ritual. trousers on the train but of all the last time we won so they're on g.g. again to. ask him to goings on i always have a little energy drink to belmont if it. also obligatory the pre-match sausage with a few colleagues but this time someone is missing. i see my one now which isn't
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coming today. there's also a positioning issue with the brought the stand. there's a dispenser should be on the other side. but that mustn't oracle brings good tidings. send mustard yellow that's a goal for dortmund sort catch on the reds go for the opposition because any clear red it's more of a mix with a lot of yellow so for one part of the audience. that's the place so i. see now i do the top course you could put the best face 1st. and so to the main event preceded by telling display of devotion on the south terrace. that the father brought his son along that's why the stadiums jam packed every time we really have to preserve this law of football experience i feel right now. kickoff is fast approaching and nobody can
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get to know how much this game was in mind over. the back of both good spirits are high the balls are doing well out on the pitch to meticulously tended by peter's hour and other highly respected colleague here. this is soft and he's a friend as well have been featured by say we enjoy helpful kids from p.s. to hater and the good job he does with his staff i want to say straight out that we've got the best page in the book mostly get it right and it's one of the best. playground cheapest services are required on a daily basis and training. will also need to pitch back there in about half an hour if you could move to that one again. but it's good to see that i'm going to.
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beaches work quite literally as the roots for the walls on the field success. then fade and his team operate to the highest standard he will have often said to the players it's the standard we should be aiming for. it's an ongoing process of doesn't have power going to sleep it seems have a lot of other people backing them up and taking food if you dimension later and his colleagues are possible that this team on the left and this is really top role work a master of his trade to make that masters one of golf's top tournament's is a job on the side for peter. cox from over it's about 8 times that we'll gust a master's in the stimulus from that course is always a mint condition for the trolls monotonously when they do something there they do it properly a love that says this was just me but. a passion for playing surface quality and here is the next acid test. while come along folks like a much detroit serious. honestly. against an over high stakes dobby encounter for
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peter and his pitches well. this is a little sick. but you know it's often a guy with balls but chasing europe and however battling the drop no blade of grass remains uncontested it takes its toll. by a lot of slides tackles and one on ones are never good news for the picks but will fill in the divots and smooth out the raps at half time and after that hopefully score not a goal by the bushies but. just before the break peter gets his own team to. the same procedure as usual let's go over the cast and you'll have to clear away the paper back there and watch out i'll be richer in the whole pitch again how fast is predicted just going to fail. they have a quarter of an hour to get the pitch back into the best possible condition that
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means removing the confetti from the home and. catching up any on field damage and giving the grass another good watering halftime effort pays off as both but to school best 2nd goal. and then. 2 well what strikes on an equally well what the surface. of will be and what we want to bitch that is amenable to that kind of technical football right through to the finish in north america where the players can still pass the ball around smoothly but i think it was in the 2nd minute when we made it 31 it's always nice for us to see a pitch still in decent condition after 90 minutes on. 3 points earned on a good pitch that's satisfactory day's work. and that's what we want to city that makes the following week easier everyone is in good form no one on the playing a long face of the game. with creators o.l.f.
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pack the walls native turf just that big green. it's matchday in disposal with local rivals munching clap but the visitors heading into the stadium blacker feels the usual mix of emotions anticipation and he will make out moments when you look at a 54000 people in one huge rule right and tension. will sit there you know sitting there enjoying the match your constant not waiting for something to happen and one of them totally focused and she can't let it slip through a number of. the dissolute off arena despite the usual worry happily compounded by the players. you don't want to hear it's a running gag where harkin strides from back to just in golf short of on the traffic jam it with. marcus boyer has got his charges the stadium in could time.
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home team doctor or is ready and waiting. for that slot back arriving that's their bus up front. that hosts appear soon after all to a personal greeting from the doctor. some just shake your hand others like a hug or word of encouragement that's a kind of a ritual and. then it's down to business. just. like it was just. one last chance for marcus boyer to lend a helping hand before he's reduced to the role of observer and today it's tough to watch. chances. by contrast in the dozen dog dug outs it's adopted delights. which i suspect.
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i. know i'm also an atmosphere it's spine tingling even an old hand like freedom fungal has and to me he also if i was feeling it to. celebrations aside there's work to be done. for the medical staff but by you it's like up to something so great. the good one can assign and it could be a hip flexor strength say that completely inside your out for 6 to 8 weeks hopefully came off in time to avoid the worst in 5 homes and businesses. that's a plus just. the fact kind of hit from an elbow really needs proper stitching. to. make sure. it's really brought us to stop the bleeding stitch the cost of the net he's a bit bashed up but that makes he more interesting to valet these into something
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awful but. it's been a busy match day for the dog. by 5 relatives from i don't see any loving little due me for the next 5 games i was going to offer but it was worth. the trip points no serious injuries as good as it gets. marcus boy is left to digest blockbuster $31.00 loss of their rhineland labors but life goes on and there's always another perhaps longer term professional goal arising. my 5th at least one tongue it's in retirement in $68.00 with the season likely in an accident frank along with his on the clock that's the main thing the rests down to the full and shiny. dog. and seek knowledge you know. in his books right next to the south terrace
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norbit dickless suffering with the rest of the crowd the host simply confines the next. picks up i'm going to take that step 6 to the last casting. the internet radio audience gets a claim their rights have been mounting frustration that is the timing defining humid hot with the finish fast approaching it still goalless. spot passes. so she. can. see if. he lets them move. back up.
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passive. 7 i think this is what brings us here no one wants to my said. son she doesn't know why the models. it's taken such a pick up because. i lose it emotion which nobody can also convey on instagram right up to the final whistle. i think. ah ha ha ha ha. ha ha ha ha ha ha ha my mind i'm inclined. to think that you would have pulled off just such a nerve wracking day at the office even though a bit thick. eventually runs out to steam. by the turn of the head so much for i'm
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pretty done and you've seen how the day went to me not all i want now is to crash out on the couch with a nice glass of wine or a beer. just change his clothes my dog yes i am i have a hard day's work proper teigen it's time one wine before judy cools once again full on interesting characters in full contrast to the roles more or less behind the scenes it's all bound by the uncommon level of dedication to the club that employs them much of their work is done out of the public eye but they are many more like them on no less essential to the bundesliga success story the team behind the team.
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resonate with. the mind and the music. be told from 1st 2019 from september 6th to september 29th. this is do w. news live from berlin and the war of words escalates in the gulf britain threatened sanctions on iran after the seizure of
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a british flag oil tanker on friday tehran says the tanker was violating international rules also coming up to ukraine's president cast his vote in the country's snap parliamentary election but if he has a lead he needs his party to win a majority so he can't make good on promises of reform. i'm married to evanston it's good to have you with us. britain is considering imposing fresh sanctions on iran following the seizure of a u.k. flagged oil tanker in the strait of hormuz on friday warning comes as audio emerged of a tense exchange between british and the rainy and navy officers recorded moments before iran rate of the vessel. for weeks lead threatened to retaliate then
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late friday a rainy and revolutionary guard commandos hauled bring over the stand imperil made their move reading the british flag oil tanker in international waters and forcing it to seal to iran. britain has demanded the release of the vessel and condemned what it called a hostile act. safety security british and international shipping in one of the most important seaways in the world. that is why we are calling on iran to reverse this illegal we're looking for ways to deescalate the situation but we are also very clear that we will do what it takes to ensure the safety and security of british and international. stand in peril now docked in the iranian quarter. it's $23.00 crew said to be in good health but audio exchanges between
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a british warship and the iranian special forces moments before the capture reveal the tension in the region. obstruct. the angry sterner in. iran. security of the number. of. international. attention to the and the senate said. iran's foreign minister on a visit to venezuela is reported to view the seizure as for tat following the impounding of an iranian vessel in gibraltar earlier this month the grace one was seized by british forces suspected of breaching sanctions on syria for its part the u.k. insists it's upholding international law. for more let's bring in our london
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correspondent charlotte pot's charlotte we heard in that report just now u.k. foreign secretary jeremy hunt saying he's keen to avoid the u.k. being pulled into a conflict in the gulf but this is a significant escalation so how worried is britain about the risk of an open conflict. now senior military officials here in the u.k. are extremely concerned about this incident i mean we're talking about a british flag ship in the gulf being seized by iran and that is seen as a major international crisis those military officials warning today that the government must focus on this iran crisis or. maybe otherwise slide into war and it is seen as a major international crisis senior military officials have also been saying that
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the government has been distracted by the leadership race by the leadership race about who is to replace to resign may as prime minister in just 3 days time this is ongoing boris johnson is running for this position as well as jeremy hunt boris johnson being a former foreign minister and jeremy hunt the current foreign minister and now boris johnson if he makes it into downing street he is somebody that knows the foreign office well he knows how to deal with a diplomatic incidents of this sort he is not a warmonger he's not reckless but he's also known to be unfocused not detail oriented so this is seen for some as concern on the other hand you have jeremy hunt too has really been the face of this iran crisis in the u.k. has been very present and he will probably most likely announce sanctions new sanctions on iran tomorrow among them acid freezing. and that will he will
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announce new economic and other measures tomorrow so he's really been very present and all of this. just briefly if you can is this current international crisis expected to have an impact on the outcome of the vote for britain's prime minister . no it most likely won't because tomorrow the paper ballots will close 160000 members of the conservative party have been voting these past weeks on who will make it into downing street jeremy hunt o'barry johnson and this race really has been about domestic issues most for almost breck said and whether the u.k. will leave the european union on october 31st boris johnson has sworn to that and that really resonated with the conservative membership so most likely we will see boris johnson moving into downing street number 10 on wednesday and most likely he
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will also keep his rival jeremy hunt on as foreign minister because of course at this time with an international crisis like this it would be good to have a little bit of stability in the foreign office r i w a charlotte hawks in london many thanks indeed. let's get a check now of some of the other stories making news around the world british airways and germany's flagship carrier live tons have temporarily suspended flights to the egyptian capital cairo b. a announced it would not be flying to cairo for a week lufthansa said it would resume flights today the airlines say that the measure is a security precaution but did not give a further explanation. pro-democracy rallies are underway again in hong kong for the 7th week and protesters are taking to the streets to maintain autonomy from china the protests began last month in opposition to
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a controversial extradition bill since grown to call for greater democratic reforms . in portugal more than a 1000 firefighters are trying to put out wildfires that are sweeping through the center of the country and strong winds have complicated efforts to control the fires one village was evacuated as a precaution. ukrainians are heading to the polls today to elect a new parliament ukrainian president vladimir is a lengthy call the snap elections after being sworn into office in may he's hoping this vote will consolidate his power and give him a stronger mandate to carry out reforms the former t.v. actor was elected on promises of tackling corruption and shaking up ukraine's political system but so far progress has been slow. our id connally is in kiev and he joins us now for more so nick just how confident
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is president selenski that voters will hand his party more power. good afternoon mariano well if the polls are to be believed he is certainly on course for probably the best result a sitting ukrainian president has ever achieved over 45 percent just short of a 50 percent majority so it looks like he will need a coalition to pass laws speaking to people here at this polling station in a middle class suburb of key if there is still a lot of support for solecki around albeit a little less enthusiastic and it will less. unencumbered by questions than it was just a couple of months ago during the presidential election obviously this is a parliamentary election a bit more complicated more options on the table less of a black and white choice but it does seem that he's gamble to pull those parliamentary elections forward and capitalize on his honeymoon with the electorate does seem to be paying off. well the left his own rise to power came of chorus off
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the back of him starring in a t.v. show and now apparently one of the candidates and this parliamentary election happens to be a musician a rock star nick why are voters turning away from traditional politicians. i think the answer is disappointment ukrainians are deeply disappointed that this country has failed to live up to its huge potential in this forum behind its neighbors such as poet in terms of economic and social. standards of living and people really have had enough of a political. front runners in selection of former president bush and co from the promise that israel does for fresh faces but people want people that they have some kind of knowledge of and so it seems like showbiz is the perfect springboard for that entry into politics people that have been on people's radars for years but haven't got that baggage haven't got close association with corruption scandals we went to see. the rock musician you were talking about on the campaign trail let's
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have a look. everything's going to be all right it's the hit that became a campaign slogan for so this love. after 25 years on the stage in 10 albums ukraine's most famous rock singer is venturing out into a new political stage as leader of the new. voice. in a crowded political scene is starting from scratch promising to end the oligarchs stranglehold of ukraine's economy and stand up to russia. since his rivals a skit playing. the old faces of ukrainian politics were not expecting us to be doing so well in the polls and now they're throwing all they've got into discrediting us and doing everything to stop us taking power away from that. like presence let's keep. before him is profiting from
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a hunger for fresh faces in ukrainian politics faces the familiar untrusted previously published their backgrounds and their politics apart but both have decided to take the plunge into politics since you want to give prince biggest stars. the politics for 28 years we've been we've been waiting for politicians to do something to change this country never happened probably would be better for musicians to sing and for politicians to do politics it's our turn hope to do as many things as possible and i'll do my best and what i see that my mission is accomplished i'm coming back very happily to be just musician. days for this entertainer turned. between 3rd place and ending up with no seats in the poll suggests and it could still happen this election day draws closer just one thing seems clear that many ukrainians are willing to vote for just about anyone
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but the politicians they know. are right next to a very popular musician but will he end up in government. well that's the $1000000.00 question marianna will that is fame will that celebrity translate into votes at the polling stations the ratings the poll ratings are all over the place as we said in that report someone even saw him in 3rd position of scaling to get into parliament failing at that 5 percent hurdle at the moment though it does seem like he could just pick up the right number of votes to actually be a perfect coalition partner at least in selenski is in the eyes of his party servant of the people getting just those votes that selenski needs to get his majority in parliament and it really fits into that narrative of new faces a new generation rather than zelinsky having to form a coalition with people who have been in government for decades understandably as the potential junior partner being very guarded and very quiet on that but i think everything is up to play for and if i heard chuck gets into we'll be seeing
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a lot more of him. connelly reporting for us from we thank you. forus news now and algeria is footballers have returned home to a hero's welcome after their africa cup of nations triumph the players were greeted by enormous crowds on the streets of the capital algiers on saturday as they paraded through town on an open top bus proudly displaying the trophy to their fans have been sending all by one goal to nail in the final in cairo on friday night to claim the cup of nations crown for just the 2nd time in the country's history. and thereafter is welcome was also afforded to the senegalese team of their return home despite their defeat fans in the capital dakar live the streets along the 16 kilometer route from the airports to the presidential palace where the squad horse
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was received in the evening president macky sall said the team could not be criticised and should use the defeat as a learning experience to help them win the next africa cup of nations in 2 years' time. and that brings us to be end of this edition of detail you news of stay tuned for world stories of the week and reports in the meantime you can also get the latest news and information and our website just go to w dot com american evan stand from me and be entire news team here in berlin thanks for watching.
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bucca the world stories. a glimmer of hope south africa's fight against hiv germany the past is a foreign country but 1st to pakistan according to the un sustainable development goals all children should be in education by 2030 but a recent review paints a bleak picture especially for low income countries i'll get off it's 8 o'clock in the morning and sod my home much should be getting ready for school but the 12 year old stopped going a few years ago in order to work and support his family plus a lot although i come here early in the morning and stay till late which is very tiring when i get home i have a bath and go to the mosque. we don't have money which is why i can no longer study . subjects situation is the norm for millions of children across pakistan a new report from unesco estimates some 5 going to be men out of
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a school at the primary level and goes north of the most going to even posing unmarried as children and afterwards of going to school. this school was established by volunteers in karachi offering feel lessons to the nearby fishing community the classes offer and escape groups you post and hope for a back a future. that will we play games and really enjoy ourselves they teach as well so we like coming here. i want to study and become a pilot when i grow up. they teach us in english and i want to learn here and then become a teacher myself prime minister iran han has vowed to prioritise and invest in education but the go in continues to spend less than is recommended by international standards. sajid says he would love to become up
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a list man but the only real hope he and millions like him have is if pakistan not only seamlessly reforms of education system but also lives families like started out of poverty to send their children to school the government has extra work i'll do according to the latest u.n. forecast one in 4 children will not complete their education by going to. south africa has one of the highest rates of hiv aids in the world more than 7000000 people there have contracted the virus but thanks to persistent campaigning and free condoms there are crown. as for health. engineering student no problem is on her way to the campus health center students can get tested for hiv you know for free in the waiting room there's
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a video advertisement for prep a preventative medicine that protects against the virus she began taking prep few months ago which involves taking one tablet per day and going for a checkup every 2 months. it's heavy and it is spreading like very fast these days these years the in our youth so i thought it would be a good thing to protect myself and actually i'm proud a wish like everyone can do it because i think there is that easiest way to prevent it has been is from speeding she is trying to persuade more students to use prep to protect themselves against hiv she says that while she wouldn't talk to her parents about hiv the subject is no longer to be amongst her peers to be honest in a way you would most of our youth we don't like using condoms or section yes we don't like using condoms so just in case we're not feeling like using condoms we can use a cause we know we don't have a problem because we know that we estimate that if it is to face that's where using
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the college of unclear chairs one of the 1st to offer age i.v. health center on campus it's part of a project initiated by doctors without borders that has been usually successful in the last few years it's with the help of the project that the area has been able to reach the so-called 1990 goal a year ahead of schedule the goal was conceived at the un as a treatment target to help end the aids epidemic world white the aim is this by 202090 percent of all those living with hiv know their status 90 percent diagnosed with hiv infection will receive antiretroviral therapy and 90 percent of people receiving therapy will have viral suppression since 2 of the 11 when we started it . we many to. pandemic have. this access project. by the way in which we approached it from the web.
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community and. allowed them. to be patent passel of the project and one of them is begin the my you said it traditional leader who is open about being h. i.v. positive. when i 1st told people i was hiv positive they were shocked they took one look at me and said you can have aids and not look sick or lose weight no one had suspected anything until i told them only then did some people believe me and even have themselves tested as well. as convinced that her country is on the right path she wants to do her bit and continue to bring attention to the age iris amongst her friends. syrians and lebanese refugee camps are increasingly being forced to dismantle
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shelters made out of stone or concrete building regulations say the authorities but observers and n.g.o.s say it's an obvious attempt to get the refugees to leave. it's back breaking work in scorching heat. and his neighbors demolished the roofs under which they've lived for 6 years the refugees from syria have to tear down their huts using only their hands and a few simple tools. the trail and i'm very angry with i've lived here since 2013 and within a span of 2 weeks dave decided that everything has to be demolished it's very hard for us i have diabetes and see all 113 huts in this refugee camp near us all are set to be destroyed a decision made by the lebanese government to stone buildings are deemed illegal and must now be removed as quickly as possible. muito our fled bombings in the
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syrian city of homs with his wife and 3 children here the 60 year old grandfather and his family found refuge a room a kitchen a toilet and a roof over their heads the family was grateful but is now all the more shocked following the demolition order. yet my whole being in the let me are just crushed by the news that they want us out we were safe here but what should we do now that is just as hard as when we had to leave syria that many that i can never get my own. cell has been hit hard by the influx of refugees the quiet border town took in 120000 syrians 3 times its own population the rundown electricity and water supply is close to collapse the local schools only have space for 3000 pupils but there are 12000 children many locals worry about their jobs.
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but still allah who chese says he understands these concerns and is willing to implement the expensive eviction order but he calls it manipulative and aimed at forcing the refugees back to their homes. yet if this increases the pressure on the city council the refugees the ide organizations but it doesn't fix any of the problems at all. so far none of the refugees have left they fear persecution in syria but law. life in this camp will only get harder for them now. and his family have been told to move into a tent made of top hole and plastic electricity and running water have not been connected yet it offers little shelter from the summer heat and the bitterly cold winter. but knox was able to flee nazi germany when he was 13 just months before the outbreak of the 2nd world war he and 10000 mostly
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jewish children were granted refuge in the u.k. on a recent visit to berlin the 94 year old retraced a painful journey what should i hate the people who who did another live anymore they're older than i am and. so much longer. i go to school. and smoke was coming out of the school. and there was a commotion the teacher was outside the school and they said you go home to days of school 13 year old boy who doesn't have to go to school there's a day off i didn't know. i got home as quickly as took me 25 minutes i suppose of a bicycle to get home and they hadn't told me this the night before a friend had phoned us just don't stay at home tonight there's going to be trouble tonight they knew what was going to happen it was all planned it wasn't spontaneous
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it was 3 or and. unfortunately my father had not been at home so he wasn't i didn't pick him up or call him so that was the beginning of. the realization that it was impossible to play by the city then made a decision it was to move the schools in that it was the head they had most of the director of the school so he started this and i'm still the been i think about it that in 2 months he organized the 1st group to go to england and he managed that in age weeks is quite incredible that was the beginning of our trip to england and i was expecting sooner or later to go to america with my parents. and then. something went on and in the last communication had from them
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was in 1942 my father wrote on the 19th to tell me that they were leaving cologne. and on the all we knew they were going to the east no detail. we know now that they went to extermination camps. but this i didn't find out that's 30 years ago. and you live with it nothing you can do about. it but at the same time go see what's up when you think what's happening here what's happening in the whole of europe and all these various countries where the right wing is coming up again i remember that i drew about when my parents in those with the adults just forgot about hitler was just mad can't last for 5 years. got it lost and he created. you know what's what happened with the end result was you know it did
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happen and i'm afraid it's could happen i don't know i hope not thank and. playing and. just a little began to say to this has made its luxury to me. just for longer just a little wider shot is that a little too big for european rights. small bits making out easy t.t.'s can take as. next. it's course the toppling of the president. and triggered
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a civil war thank you know not the banana the united fruit company. the history of the u.s. corporation that determined the face of central america. unbeknown to us and republics. in 45 minutes. when he meets. a sex phone operator who works her master's thesis on the potato. not a turn on well if it's more words it was from a out. list. mystery of. hello and welcome to drive with
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a d w motor magazine today the race of the century the formula each visit switzerland. not small or huge just sporting the audi t.t.'s. and mercedes new giant the g.l.'s. in the us more specifically in utah we have our 1st encounter with a 2nd generation of the g.l.'s from mercedes and the fast open spaces even the 7 seater looks tiny but don't be fooled it has grown by 8 centimeters to an impressive 5.21 meters long and 1.951. it's just what a lot of american and chinese customers were asking for but hard to imagine how this will cope with the narrow streets and car parks in european city. even so
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how do other mode of journalists like the new g.l.'s we collected some 1st impressions. thomas says what he particularly know this is among the new g.l.'s that it is relatively agile for its size that's probably because who it's new suspension technology and that's even true compared to the g o e which has a shorter wheelbase and is a little more agile but for this long wheel. he thinks it's still fun to drive and when it comes to comfort especially thanks to the air suspension it's near the top of his class. at hillary sister's mercedes benz likes to call the g.l.'s the s. class among issue and she thinks that's a really good comparison and says just about every feature that has a very attractive design that still radiates elegance i'm really impressed obviously with the transition to the new platform i had driven g e so i had a pretty good idea that it would be an improvement but for a vehicle of the sauciest it drives
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a lot more exciting than the old one well it's huge i mean i saw it for the 1st time i'm like wow driving this in europe it's yeah i can imagine it's more for the american market it's big it's very big. technically vinci alas is closely related to a smaller brother that. they share a platform but the g.l.'s is $25.00 centimeters longer both as she leaned models are built in the u.s. . is that a question for the old one is more round now so personally i like it more because it's more in proportion and mostly the rear. end that not only looks good it also offers a maximum load capacity of 2400 leaders. yet well they definitely renewed the interior i like the definite at the center console with the new shapes of the of the of the evidence. the interior is like typical ms
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it is they're rolling the interiors these days. the $212.00 inch displays are already standard on the g.l.'s what's really relaxing are the various massage programs which can be selected on the right display passengers in the rear can conveniently operate their seat functions such as air conditioning and massage using a detachable tablet of course voice control is also possible. a mercedes. i'd like to go to salt lake city. starting right now to salt lake city is this not the rhesus says the workmanship is top notch as expected the materials are beautiful and she likes the way you're really can choose what you want technologically the vehicle has everything you need what she likes is that you can hold on here in the middle and have had gives it a bit of a s.u.v. flavor. alongside the 270 kilowatt 3 leader in line
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6 cylinder gasoline engine which will not be available in western europe for c.d.'s his own for the g o s 588 v.a. with 360 kilowatts of power and a whopping 700 new meters of torque that allows it to sprint from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour in 5.3 seconds despite weighing 2 and a half times. in europe to diesel versions with 210 and 243 kilowatts will be the 1st on the market by the russian was very impressed with the v.a. even thinks it's well matched to the american road so america new vigor i'd say it's a lot of i.m.g. so that it's tidy it's resolved has good steering feel it feels balanced and feels saif i'm very much looking forward to driving the speak a lot of my own roads and new zealand just somewhat different to what we found of the united states well i had the the 580 and i think it's a very fast cars specially with the e.q.
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boost engine so i think i see more more excited about the names you come in. small cars are often cute but seldom fast this car is the exception bright orange with ford tailpipes that gives just a hint of the form we take a look at the audi t.t.'s. card tester julia morrow says out he is giving the t. t. a facelift 4 years after it went on the market they focused on 3 main areas design performance and the equipment they were testing the new t.n.t. in its t.t.'s form to see what has changed. from the front the d.t.s. looks white dominated by the mighty single frame grille and large air intakes on the side. and integrated from the lip side skirts and
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a wide diffuser emphasized the sportiness of the audi t.t. as coupe a from every angle and that's nowhere more evident than from behind where ford tailpipes an error outputs til motorists they might have trouble keeping up. the julian says with $225.00 kilowatts instead of $228.00 the new t.t.s. is actually less powerful than its predecessor this is due to the particulate filter for the new european emission standard but that doesn't really matter because the new engine has about 22 meters more toward. the $2.00 lead or ts as high has
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a maximum torque of $400.00 newton metres giving it is 0 to 100 kilometers per hour time of just 4.5 seconds the top speed is electronically limited to 250 kilometers per hour prices for the t.t.s. who pay started $54400.00 euros in germany. says 9 out of the 10000 customers have ordered their car with a dual clutch transmission that's why out he decided to drop the manual. transmission completely for the facelift that's good because the new s. tronic was 7 instead of 6 gears shifts extremely well it's lightning fast and surprisingly convenient. the interior is high quality and kept. the audi t.t.'s who preach control center takes over the danish board everything can be found here this eliminates
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a conventional infotainment display in the middle. as sports seats are standard and they give excellent hold and powerful acceleration for and dynamic cornering. once again l.t. is calling the t.t.s. coupe a 2 plus 2 seater and with good reason not a 4 seater there's no point in looking for a room here instead the 2 rear seats serve as story space for a bag or the light under the large tailgate is the trunk overall the t.t.s. has a storage volume of 305 to 712 liter. he says you have to admit the t.t.s. is a real sports car it's very good on the road steers really well and has a real talent for the curves. thanks to all wheel drive and t.t.'s is able to stay in control even in wet conditions it's good suspension also helps as it does
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without exaggerated firmness even in dynamic much. julian says there's not much to complain about but outings refined when it comes to the high cost 54400 euros for 225 kilowatts by comparison 452000 euros you can get a b.m.w. m $240.00 guy extra with 6 cylinders that. both way again is 7 groundbreaking record with its i.d.r. the goodwood festival of speed in southern england for the 1st time an electric greasing car was faster than a formula one racing car on dumas covering the 1.86 kilometer race track and 39.90 seconds in the 500 kilowatt hour like race car improving on
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a long standing best time by 1.9 seconds. b.m.w. has unveiled the 1st fully electric many and combines environmentally conscious driving pleasure with the dynamics of an electric drive the electric motor produces $135.00 kilowatts and the vehicle has a range of 235 kilometers though that depends on how much driving pleasure you have on the way the battery is housed in the vehicle floor to achieve a sporty low center of gravity and it doesn't affect your luggage while you. are gone chantilly in france is one of the top events when it comes to car design that takes place at the chateau de sean tony or chantilly palace every 2 years always alternating with the among classic this year the event so abrasives 5th
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anniversary prototypes in classic cars are presented to a panel of experts here in the hopes of winning a prize. producers like collections also use the event to display their very own art projects the main attraction is probably this multicolored you x. by german urban artist many touring the you spray paint to transform the car into a unique work of art. for the 55 he says his goal was to reflect time through color so he used the colors lexis use when it was found it was back in 1809 he also used to extreme colors too which are supposed to reflect dynamism that the here and now but. other election turkey taishan these by other artists some of which were even finished on site can be seen here. a special reason to celebrate for lexus l c
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convertible concept is being awarded the price. folks wagon can take choice from receiving a prize to the id buggy concept is the public's favorite and a unique aspect is that world famous fashion designers have to be layered outfits specifically to match the car. you design cian clothes michelle says he believes it's very important to keep people excited about movement and mobility he says we have a natural urge to move and should be able to do it in a sustainable and fun way that's why he thinks it's important to display concepts like the of the company is also planning to put this car into production for these all to often not supporting. the cars go for one last drive before receiving the prices.
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one of the happy winners is heinz will go to with his ferrari 340 g.t.c. l m. besides what he says it's a very original car the pain to still original it was used in many races including limo and it never crashed it was never altered so the paperwork is still in its original condition and back then it really was painted not glued onto the car like transfers or stickers today. he likes cars that tell a story and this card tells a nice story just 3 cars of this kind were built a true rarity. the volvo x c 60 is one of the swedish company's most important models the 1st generation dominated the brands worldwide sales for a decade the 2nd generation has been available since 2017 how does the compact
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compare. to what car to surmount is correct likes is the engine the $184.00 killer what t. 5 offers proper acceleration once you step on the gas pedal what he's wondering about the decision to build a gasoline powered car here in europe diesels and plug in hybrids which will vote also produces have a significant advantage over this model when it comes to fuel consumption it's claimed to be $9.00 leaders per 100 kilometers but in reality you can expect double digits. i don't you know me. in-depth this is. x c 60 can accelerate from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour and a brisk 6.8 seconds its top speed is electronically limited to 220 kilometers per hour ensure many the x c 60 starts at above 57 pounds near us.
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to says he usually likes direction hearing but what this will has is just a bit too direct for him that said the steering isn't really too direct but combined with the high center of gravity and just seems that way especially when matching the wheel left and right on curves he says it feels like he's being shaken and that's something he doesn't really like. despite its compact measurements of around 1.9 meters wide 4.6 meters long and 1.7 meters tall avoid hallways almost 2 turns. to increase comfort while driving global offers and dish an acoustic leasing.
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but much as doesn't find it to be all that quiet he says there's a lot of noise from the lower chance she went into arrives over an even roads or bumps so he thinks they could have done a better job for a car of this price. by them all attendees uprise. justifies that high base price with a multitude of standard safety systems like braking a system that includes human and animal detection lane departure warning and active steering assistance and evasion maneuvers. not just says that's not all and there are extra cost options like the pilot is a system here the volvo stays in the lane and follows the pace set by the car in front and speeds up to 130 kilometers per hour. it's meant to make driving less stressful especially on the highway. and he thinks that would be very
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useful in a company car or for people who are on the road a lot for their work. it's a feature that helps them get to their destination and greater comfort. it's on supply. and speaking of comfort the interior coffers a mix of aluminum light wood and leather finish to a high standard. i want to says as beautiful as this car is the x c 60 is not a bargain you shouldn't really be reading and driving but here it says volvo x e 65 with the inscription this model has a base price of $57450.00 euros in germany there are quite
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a few i dish no features in this particular car though so that he wouldn't be paying $6570.00 or even 75 but 79550 euros for it and this makes him wonder why this is justified for a car where the road noise is so noticeable. last. formula east season has just come to an end. and we can look back on a very special race the formula eeg ram prix in the swiss city of burn an event that balances a passion for motor sport and the question of sustainability that's also how the drivers see it. coming in feeding information because i don't think that you should not go racing not only say i want to be
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a medic you're going to ask but i think it's kind of cool so you know we are spreading the i think message which is good club environment and not the same time we enjoy i mean you know and. there i struck. sebastian boy me getting ready to race in his home turf in switzerland once again all drivers check out the route 2.75 kilometers with an altitude differences to 50 meters a tricky course. because they told me. the simulated else will seem really special going back to what i've seen in this image of i did so very challenging circuit. with a new sun team blamey is one of the world's top formula the racers has already been world champion once and runner up twice. now he is in the spotlight at the 1st car race and burn for more than 65 years.
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it's amazing to be to be here and there you know it's even closer to where i was born so i really try to enjoy the only way to get on the only think about it is to try to enjoy it because i don't know if it's ever going to end. it's been a long wait even though car racing has a long tradition here this city circuit was legendary in the 1950 s. the best formula one drivers in the world competed here at the burn grand prix. but car racing disappeared from switzerland in the wake of motor sports biggest catastrophe over 80 people were killed in an accident that lamont in france in 1055 this was parliament then decided no more races in switzerland a ban that still applies today. but switzerland made an exception for formula he important because it wants to
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promote electric vehicles they have a long tradition in switzerland there has been electric public transport here for a long time along with car free inner city and environmentally friendly technologies in the past this was have repeatedly shown forward thinking with their inventions switzerland wants to become carbon neutral by 2050 at the latest it's a goal that to supported by almost everyone. the i would be how i would feel. british now who heads engineering group a.b.b. switzerland says his company has a long tradition of electric mobility and its predecessor company electrified a swish tram line in 1006 so it's something they've been doing throughout their history and also when it comes to road traffic the world is developing very rapidly . so it could be typically swiss that the drivers arrived at the autograph session by public transport less than 4 hours before the race.
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moved to a crazy story kind of guy but you know i tried the best i can i'm going to try to to preserve. a name paul for you know in the klamath and environment from my side you know i do the best i can but they look pretty crazy. and yet with every on a graph it's a fashion when he sides with every selfie he also helps promote electric mobility. and then it's time to race. with an awfully we can finish since god good they're. going to use in top form in the 3rd to last race of the season but he knows the competition will be tough and burned.
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last. week. moves forward one position at a time when me is still in 3rd place. but
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want to. cut. cut. cut cut. cut. cut cut. cut. cut. but it's the french mensch honoring her and who's 1st across the finish line and at least is able to hold onto his 3rd place. to be nervous you know because i was a bit scared. to do mistakes you know but at the end to finally i'm in
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a position is good. it's too soon to say if the formula even burn has changed anything but 130000 spectators experience the power of the latest environmentally friendly technologies and seeing that even races with electric cars can be really exciting. and next time on drive and electric bubble car from switzerland we test the my. and driving with natural gas the sea at our own it.
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is close to the toppling of the president. i am still trying to get
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a civil war i don't know the banana this united fruit company. the history of the u.s. corporation that determined the face of central america. unbeknown to us and republics that i have 15 mass spotty dog. i want to see what's going on the knowledge you see emerge of that you know what you have to do to fight it. the sharp microscope that have been but the knowledge there will come better and better and better over the years we will end the bad ol for example of the fire when in fact the both the molecular detail and therefore
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a lot of the bottom of the pie did much more easily work speculate about what's going on in 2050 i can't imagine that you would understand the cause of god much better and then reduce the number of cancer cases there is the opportunity to live a much more forbidding life because many you see this short comings causes of aging can be counteracted though a large degree at the but they held for long a period of life. robots are still in the development phase. but it's going to happen when they grow . will humans and machines be able to peacefully co-exist or are we on the verge of a robot collapse. if we just bumble into this totally unprepared with our heads in the sand fusing to think about what could go wrong then let's face it it's probably
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going to be the biggest mistake in history. artificial intelligence is now spreading through our society. will experts be able to agree on ethical guidelines or will this technology create deadly new autonomous weapon systems. like robot collapse starts aug 14th on d w. this is d.w. news live from berlin and the war of words escalates in the gulf britain threatened sanctions on iran after the seizure of
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a british flag will take her on friday as foreign minister calls for quote prudence and foresight also coming up hong kong anti-government protesters are on the march again taking to the streets in their tens of thousands they're concerned about an erosion of their rights and freedoms. and ukraine's president who cast his vote in the country's snap parliamentary election nears the end you need for his party to win a majority so he can make good on promises of reform. by marrying evan steyn it's good to have you with us britain is considering imposing fresh sanctions on iran following the seizure of a u.k. flagged oil tanker in the strait of hormuz on friday the warning comes as audio
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emerge of a tense exchange between british and iranian navy officers which was recorded moments before iran rate of the vessel. for weeks lead threatened to retaliate then late friday and revolutionary guard commandos bring over the imperil made their move reading the british flagged oil tanker in international waters and forcing it to seal to iran. britain has demanded the release of the vessel and condemned what it called a hostile act. safety and security of british and international shipping in one of the most important seaways in the world and that is why we are calling on iran to reverse this illegal act we are looking for ways to deescalate the situation but we are also very clear that we will do what it takes to ensure
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the safety and security or british and international. stana in peril now docked in the iranian ports. it's $23.00 crew said to be in good health but audio exchanges between a british warship and the iranian special forces moments before the capture reveal the tension in the region. obstruct. the entry sterner in. iran. security the number. of. international. troops at the end recently. iran's foreign minister on a visit to venezuela is reported to view the seizure as for top following the
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impounding of an iranian vessel in gibraltar ellard this month the grace one was seized by british forces suspected of breaching sanctions on syria for its part the uki insists it's upholding international law. for more let's bring in our london correspondent charlotte pot's charlotte we heard in that report just now u.k. foreign secretary jeremy hunt saying he's came to avoid the u.k. being pulled into a conflict in the gulf but this is a significant escalation so how worried is britain about the risk of an open conflict. now senior military officials here in the u.k. are extremely concerned about this incident i mean we're talking about a british flagged ship in the gulf being seized by iran and that is seen as a major international crisis those military officials warning today that the
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government must focus on this iran crisis or. maybe otherwise slide into war and it is seen as a major international crisis senior military officials have also been saying that the government has been distracted by the leadership race by the leadership race about who is to replace to resign may as prime minister in just 3 days time this is ongoing boris johnson is running for this position as well as jeremy hunt boris johnson being a form of foreign minister and jeremy hunt the current foreign minister and now boris johnson if he makes it into downing street he is somebody that knows the foreign office well he knows how to deal with a diplomatic incidents of this sort he is not a warmonger he's not reckless but he's also known to be unfocused not detail oriented so this is seen for some as concern on the other hand you have jeremy hunt
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too has really been the face of this iran crisis in the u.k. he's been very present and he will probably most likely announce sanctions new sanctions on iran tomorrow among them acid freezing. and that will he will announce new economic and other measures tomorrow so he's really been very present and all of this bush ologist briefly if you can is this current international crisis expected to have an impact on the outcome of the vote for britain's prime minister. no it most likely won't because tomorrow the paper ballots will close 160000 members of the conservative party have been voting these past weeks on who will make it into downing street jeremy hunt o'barry johnson and this race really has been about domestic issues most foremost breck said and whether the u.k.
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will leave the european union on october 31st or is johnson has sworn to that and that really resonated with the conservative membership so most likely we will see boris johnson moving into downing street number 10 on wednesday and most likely he will also keep his rival jeremy hunt on as foreign minister because of course at this time with an international crisis like this it would be good to have a little bit of stability in the foreign office are ideally a charlotte pot in london many thanks indeed. let's get a check now of some of the other stories making news around the world british airways and germany's flagship carrier live tongues are temporarily suspended flights to the egyptian capital cairo b.a. announced it would not be flying to cairo for a week of tons of resumed flights today the airlines say that the measure is a security precaution but did not give
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a further explanation. in portugal more than a 1000 firefighters are trying to put out wildfires that are sweeping through the center of the country strong winds have complicated efforts to control the blazes one village was evacuated as a precaution. to hong kong now where anti-government protests are showing no sign of letting up tens of thousands of people took to the streets on sunday for a 7th weekend in a row the rallies were initially sparked by a controversial extradition bill that bill has now been suspended the protestors are worried about an erosion of freedoms under chinese rule and they say they want free elections. our correspondent phoebe kong is monitoring the situation and she joins us now from hong kong for more so phebe the 7th weekend of protests in hong kong but it seems that this time police are not taking any chances we're hearing
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about additional security measures what more can you tell us. yaml sphere of today is absolutely very intensely over the protests area right now what i mean here we can see the the team the rally is alive passing through like my back going to the government headquarters right now and of holies have deployed. hundreds if not thousands of police officers around hongkong island to pretend any like balance question happily. possibly. later on today and yesterday we know that the police they have arrested several people all of late they are suspected of producing some kind of life bombs and they are having some are highly explosive materials in the factory so this is also one of the
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reasons why the police say they are very cautious about what's going on today and certainly the governments and also some of the protesters they are worried about face will go out of control and after the rally the peaceful rally today. well it's safe to say that china is monitoring what's happening in hong kong very closely it's called the protests it's blaming the protest on extremists external forces but how much longer do you think beijing is going to tolerate this challenge to its authority over hong kong. yeah you're right this is definitely one of the. largest movements seen as hong kong was handed back to china screwy 97 in 20 years ago and there are some rumors recently in recent weeks that saying that china china saffron they might have
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a chance to deploy the chinese army to to in hong kong to control the situation if the situations really they go out of control and things turn out and see. this is our various says to move if the chinese government really decide to use de army to control the situation and this would further i ha hum const reputation they follow me and this is not something they really used to do that because firstly how governments have to declare a state of emergency before before the chinese government there before the. need to control the situation so in the short term this might not happen but in terms of flight politics and politically it is expected that the chinese government they will tighten their grip over hong kong photo because. obviously you know how some governments and the top leave them they have lost all the trust and the anti-piracy so it is very likely that for the government that the chinese government to protest
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ok great. all right t.v. con we have to leave it there thank you so very much for your reporting. ukrainians are heading to the polls today to elect a new parliament the cranium president followed in there's a lengthy call the snap elections after being sworn into office in may he's hoping this vote will consolidate his power and give him a stronger mandates to carry out reforms the former t.v. actor was elected on promises of tackling corruption and shaking up ukraine's political system but so far progress has been slow. well the lengthy is not the only showbiz newcomer trying to shake of ukraine's politics nick connelly went on the campaign trail with a new kid on the block musician turned politician she just love. everything's going to be all right it's the hit that became
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a campaign slogan for so. after 25 years on the stage in 10 albums ukraine's most famous rock singer is venturing out into a new political stage as leader of the new party pulls the voice. in a crowded political scene is starting from scratch promising to end the oligarchs stranglehold of ukraine's economy and stand up to russia. since his rivals a skit and playing. the old faces of ukrainian politics were not expecting us to be doing so well in the polls and now they're throwing all they've got into discrediting us and doing everything to stop us taking power away from them. like president selenski before him is profiting from the hunger for fresh faces and ukrainian politics faces but if i'm interested in the public their backgrounds and
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their politics it's apart the both that decide to take the plunge into politics says look you want to be prince because stars want the politics for 28 years we've been we've been waiting for politicians to do something to change this country never happened probably it will be better for musicians to sing and for politicians to do politics it's our turn i hope to do as many things as possible and i'll do my best and what i see that my mission is accomplished i'm coming back very happily to be just musician. these days for this and to take the turn. between place and ending up with no seats at the polls suggest and you could still happen. some sports news now and algeria's footballers have returned home to a hero's welcome. after their africa cup of nations triumph the players were greeted by and warmest crowds on the streets of the capital algiers on saturday as
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they paraded through town on an open top bus proudly displaying the trophy to their fans algeria beat senegal by one goal to nail in the final in cairo on friday night to claim the cup of nations crowd for just the 2nd time in the country's history. you're watching news coming to you from berlin up next our documentary film on finesse and republics don't forget you can also get the latest news and information on our website just go to www dot com american evan seems thanks for watching.
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the 1st economy unless. there is grandma her arse. joining a regular team on her journey back to freedom. in our interactive documentary. on the record returns home long t w dot com tanks. this is the story of a fruit a simple fridge available all year round all around the world. this is the story of the fruit on which an empire was built one of the 1st multinational it's the united fruit company. that i get. ready in the morning when i get the flu ready. but when i eat up on a i know it's. ah this is the story of
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a free which that changed the destiny of central america and gave its name to republics it became notorious it became the symbol of all that's wrong with american capitalism. this is a tale of economics and politics a story about globalization. this is the story of a fruit a simple front the but now on. her . it all began in 1871 when the government in costa rica asked a certain miner cooper keith from new york to build a railway. it was to link the caribbean coast to the high plateau changed through the jungle. but
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nothing went as planned. the jungle was merciless. that one accident scorpions malaria 4000 men died and just 40 kilometers of railway track were completed. and after a stock market crash loans dried up. costa rica could no longer pay its debts the railway remained on finished myna faced financial ruin. he didn't know then that fortune was right there at his feet in humid soil of the jungle in this simple fruit that fed his workers the banana. our.
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first the simple food of workers of the banana appeared at the turn of the century at markets in the united states it was a prized delicacy expensive because it was rare and perishable. anyone who managed to transport it quickly enough before it could ripen and rot could turn it into gold. miner recognize that very soon he was exporting bananas and he was saved from bankruptcy. he struck an agreement with the government in costa rica he would finish work on the railway in return he asked for the right to use the line and receive ownership of large plots of land. land
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to grow bananas. trains for transporting them quickly and cheaply. the foundation of his fortune. in a 299 mine not entered a partnership with 2 men from boston he had the plantations and railways his associates provided a fleet of ships and a distribution network across the u.s. on march the 30 year $899.00 they founded the united fruit company. by working to promote international was a company which owns and controls assets in more than one country i would say it's among the 1st of the multinationals in misc. kind of like primary commodity type of of of business and it's really taking the process of fertile
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integration to quite a quite an extreme. extent including you know constructing what's going to become one of the biggest shipping fleets in actually in in the world and integrating right down through to distribution in in the united states so it's really quite quite extreme at this time but they're pioneering in a more fundamental way because this company is actually creating a market for going on us as well as pioneering how to deliver the product to that consumer so in 890 nobody in the united states really knew what a banana was basically. by 914 you can buy been on as in virtually all big american towns.
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tasty nourishing fall of the. united fruit company had a flair for promoting bananas. mothers with families were the target the company published recipes and paid pediatricians to praise the bananas nutritional values. very soon americans could no longer do without them. 2 in huge quantities they were low in price and widely accessible. well there. was
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a delicate storms floods and heatwaves regularly destroyed crops but nanna's threatened to become scarce. bad. myna and his associates knew they needed to grow ever more bananas over a much larger area right across central america and. former spanish colonies these countries had won their independence of the beginning of the 19th century but the united states regarded them as a natural extension of its own market. for the united fruit company this was one single territory completely given over to
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growing by not. just the united fruit company itself kept on growing. it needed more and more land. still panama and costa rica local farmers were evicted. by slashing the prices anonymous it bred small producers of misused to give up their bananas plantations into financial really step by step they took over hundreds of thousands of hectares of central america's biggest land. citic most of us here in california agree on what they're in because it's exactly what happened during the land reforms in britain from the 16th until the 18th century so we think . the british farmers were expropriated in the same why. there's no other word for it. because immediately you the lands which they cultivated started to have fences
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put up around it. and by the 18th century they were forced to give up their workforce to the new factories. this was the origin of industry and economy as we know them today it was the beginning of modern day capitalism. that. did the united fruit company introduced capitalism to central america. it certainly had a specific vision of development and progress from the start. the railway laid the foundations for minor cooper keats huge wealth. for the young nation is of central america it was synonymous with modernity.
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guatemala wanted its own railway but the country was in debt and when the price of coffee in its primary resource collapsed it became insolvent plans to build a railway were put on ice. in 1983 quite similar approach to one person who could help miner cooper. he agreed to build a railway in return as usual he demanded land for but on the plantations have the right to operate the railway for his their needs he also acquired control over the country's main port and the telegraph network. in other words guatemala gave away to the united fruit company its infrastructure its economy. and its future in exchange for a railway. the company's empire group
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to the detriment of the young nations in search of progress but with numerous sources and in debt. more than. people in the dirt of the poor helps line the pockets of the rich that privatising the entire public sector through that mechanism is the act of expropriation of common property that typically land for the profit of a limited few going to be one of their. you know. the banana growing nations in the caribbean also bound themselves one after the other to the company. each time the company managed to pay little or no chances in the countries in which is operated draining their resources
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even more and assuring their dependents. in the case of the united fruity cadres with wonderful tax free concessions and things that honestly practically every western company all over latin america and asia had the same at the same conditions basically they had the bargaining power they had the technological advantage and the money these places wanted them and the deal was very little taxes. in our age tax avoidance or tax planning as it has it's called in business schools has become a central feature of business globally and that's a quite different situation from. when you know developing fragile states in the 1923 we're offering low tax low taxes now it's the core of business let
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us not a multinational can easily avoid fiscal legislation in the sovereign states where it operates by using a method which is well known today transfer of prices where profits show up in the countries with the lowest tax levels of what do you prefer the this is a political issue do we want this money to be given back to the public authorities to be used for the common good or do we continue to allow our state's fiscal revenue to be siphoned off by multinationals so it's a global issue to society but also on the can it. has been known i had come a long way. a simple fruit had led to an economic power which became the for. a multinational.
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in his. the american writer henry described a fictional state controlled by a fruit company created the expression republic. the united fruit is formed wealth of their own. by the laws of the company.
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segregated society. on the one side the manager graduates from the best east coast universities. the foremen from the south of the united states who brought with them and knowledge of slave culture. an american enclave in the tropics. an isolated social entity with its own way of life.
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a telegram dated 29th of the a 919 to the united fruit company head office last lot of labor as a bad. mostly criminal. useless laborers from costa rica panama and nicaragua. continue sending jamaican laborers. the laborers on the plantations constituted the work force immensity which required organizing. the jamaicans while prize for their strength and enjoyment they were importing sentient speak in their tens of thousands from the island of jamaica and had it around from plantation to plantation. can no coals were relegated to domestic chores. the hispanics
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viewed with suspicion in. the company preferred uprooted and isolated and dos file workers unions were forbidden. entire towns had to be built by the company 2 hours these workers sometimes large ones had to be drained. the company avoided taxes but prided itself on creating entire villages in the jungle. each house the workers and their families. build clinics and hospitals. open schools for the labor as children.
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wages were often paid in vouchers which laborers could use only in the. please own shops to buy food clothing fun ature and tools. busy but although the company controlled every moment in its employees lives to months started to be made for a 6 day week and an 8 hour working day unemployment benefits and salaries paid in cash. on rest was spreading and banana land. in october 1928 was the son time mobster plantation in colombia went on strike. after negotiations failed workers occupied company buildings on the plantation.
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the colombian government sent in the army over a 1000 people died. the suppression of the santa marta strike became known as the banana massacre an important historical event for colombia and central america the symbol of state submission with use of its public forces in the interests of a foreign company i was. from then on throughout the caribbean the united fruit company was simply referred to as the octopus. in june 1929 minor cooper keith died in costa rica.
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he left behind a huge empty. with 100000 employees and over a 1000000 hectares of plantations. in 1910 he had bought up the british isles cena fifes and gained access to the european market at the time of mine a cooper death united fruit company controlled 75 percent of the global ban on a trade. a few competitors existed but the united fruit company tolerated them in order to avoid the u.s. laws on monopolies. the core young bél fruit company was the company's main rival at its head was samuel to marry. a tall and gruff man with a strong russian accent he was seen as
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a visionary capable of making bananas grow on the most hostile that. in 1910 he had overturned the government of honduras which had tried to get his way and he didn't hide the fact he became a legend. his rags to riches story began on ellis island in 892. the money started out of the docks of mobile alabama a port on the gulf of mexico. he saw the united fruit ships unloading bananas and watch the traders that's where. he learned to spot the fruit no one else wanted the right bananas which wasn't suitable for distant markets.
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he made a bulk purchase for next to nothing. he hired a wagon and over the following 3 days' journey through this. southern states he sold his entire stock at the railway stations there for his 1st trip here and $40.00. sam of the banana man had arrived. samuel the murray challenge the indicted fruit company until finally his competition became too troublesome for them. in november $929.00 he accepted a merger united fruit bought out his company korea merrill samuel received $30000000.00 worth of united fruit company shares. if this made him one of the richest men in the united states and also united fruits biggest
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shareholder. in 933 he dismissed the company's board of directors and took singlehanded control as one magazine headline put it budget who swallowed the whale . the 6 years of age samuel summary was the uncontested king of bananas. that. was then our cannot stand still if it doesn't grow it fails. the 2nd world war froze international trade. but the post-war era brought the promise of reconstruction and economic growth and new markets for united fruits bananas summary found just the man to conquer these
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markets edward bernays a pioneer of his own kind and a master. of public relations and advertising. a van who could shape reality according to his client's wishes. in the 1920 s. edward bernays had persuaded american women to start smoking convincing them that the cigarette was a torch of liberty the instrument of their emancipation. back then he was for the powerful american tobacco company. in his book entitled propaganda edward bernays defended in his own words the conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses by an enlightened minority. could it have been his uncle sigmund freud who helped him
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understand so well beyond that in a consumer society advertising was the key to creating consumer wishes which could be nurtured stimulated at in for nice and. for samuel's of memory he made of a nano the fruit of the american dream. you know you're right but man was. hired to keep it open and that i've come to stay in and have it arrive and in a certain way when their place when brown and i have a golden new man is paved the best and i have a very. chiquita banana became a household name. you know when i get my dear greenish way or looking mean when you are out for cooking and the man i am. glad they rarely generators away and keep their men and i am. their true religion treat apparelled manage ways
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to be refined and. even haven't really are to blame. in tricky to bananas ideal world every banana looks the same and tasted the same the company produced only one variety call mischa. tasty and hearty but therefore exportable demand kept on growing. but it is not enough to have the right conditions for the one and most to her. it is also necessary to buy because simply it is this is good for an open ocean. on the plantations weakened by intensive monoculture to very much parasites were
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spreading panama disease and yellows. chiquita banana swaying hips couldn't hide the reality the empire was rotting probably inside. samuel's the berry had tons of pesticide sprayed over the banana plants up to 30 times a year. those who volunteered for the job received extra pay they were known as their linen arrows the poison us. very soon their skin took on a bench and they fell ill doesn't start. the lifetime of a plantation fell from 10 to 3 years those infected by parasites were abandoned. more jungle was cut down to create new plantations. it was
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as if united fruit had taken over the whole of central america. leaving. the union shop at you're not asking for d.c. 14 it's remarkable because it is a parable of the perverse effects of capitalism and the logic of accumulation after all the logic intrinsic to capitalism is the accumulation of capital of which there is no foreseeable end with the idea that the resources being used are endless. this time on many think that if this example shows that the company should have realized that doing this was not in its interests to get it on other parts of corporate marketing that you got people dying in a bid to maintain a machine which harms the environment and in regard to sustainability and economic sense is pointless activity economic news havea. level security in the
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end just have a self-perpetuating logic required someone who is in charge to set in and say stop us remasters we need to do this differently or that it can't even feel good come on it was. during the free for whatever religious impulse but in very radical in 1944 a revolution in guatemala put an end to the 14 year rule of the dictator jorge will be calling. the loans i don't know i've got your foot on the money if you're a dictator was a good friend of the united fruit company. who because saw himself as the reincarnation of napoleon. and fearing a loss of power had to bend to the use of the words strike petition and union
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8. he believed in forced labor for the poorest and the lowest wages possible. the contract c signed with united fruit a highly favorable for the company. with a large nationals like united fruit store stability for its for its investments democracy is can be very unstable i mean there's a reason why multinational investment is very low in india and the reason is it's democracy where there are multiple parties is always sort of checking do you always negotiating everything and that's that's a veritable. nightmare for about
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a nationalist and they preferred or per se operate in china for example where provided the communist party approves of your activities you have a high degree of stability and things will basically you won't run into any sort of trouble so i think that i think that's what multinationals are after some sort of security and stability and tinpot dictator has or the communist party can give you can give you that. with its promise of workers' rights and a minimum wage the guatemalan revolution no longer made the country viable for united fruit. in 1951 democratic elections brought ha kobo out of bins to park.
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out of bed and set about putting into practice the 1st promise of the revolution amanda reform program which would redistribute the land of the large scale owners to small farmers. but at the top of the list of large earners with more than 2 thirds of the country's agricultural land was the united fruit company. president of ben's issued a decree to confiscate hundreds of thousands of hectares of land kept in reserve by the company. he indemnities were based on the company's low tax declarations which never revealed its real profits. never before had united fruit been challenged in this way.
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as a young man samuels a murray had overturned a troublesome government this time with no mercenaries at hand he once again turned to his p.r. genius edward bernays and told him to deal with other bands. names was again to employ his talents of creating his own form of reality. he set about making the protection of united fruit private interests in guatemala an issue for the u.s. government thanks. to. edward bernays was to create a fiction for 950 s. america submerged in the cold war. was out of it for politico talking about. how kabul arbenz was a social democrat nationalist and reformer. but nays depicted him as
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a communist true to moscow a face of the red peril which threatened america and the free world. the names hoped to win over public opinion. he opened a central american information bureau organized press visit and suggested author calls to befriended publisher. sober nature really are understood it you know it's not what is happening it's the story you tell about what is happening that that is that is the reality and that's something he was greatly admired in study did not see germany who carried part truth to another. to another level and now we've
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we see that in our present poured with. social networks and much else the story intensifying. with award severe consequences for for democracy but we could already see where we are going to lead with episodes like can i as a united truett. the time was right for edward bernays power play in january 953 dwight eisenhower became the new president of the united states. tries in heart advocated a frontal offensive against communism. he placed 2 provinces in keepers john foster dulles became secretary of state allen dulles head of the cia both had been legal advisors to the united fruit company. the
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new ambassador to the united nations was senator henry cabot lodge a faithful lobbyist for the company's interests. his family were longstanding shareholders. they were all men with an open ear for edward bernays messages. in august 1953 allen dulles and cia introduced new methods in iran it overturned the government of mohammad mosaddegh who had nationalized his country's petrol industry he was accused of communist collusion. in the success of the operation in iran convinced the eisenhower administration the cia was given a green light to intervene in guatemala. they operate. it was named success.
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edward bernays efforts were bearing fruit. but. the cia supported an opponent of the outer bands regime. your advice. to give it a leader of a national liberation army trained by the cia. the plantations of the united fruit company became really a guard base and. in june 1954 the capital quite a modest city was bombed. and.
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overpowered how coble our parents resigned on the 27th of june in a radio broadcast. they used communism as an excuse. but the truth is different. in reality it's about financial interests. those of the united fruit company and other north american monopolies. they've invested in latin america they fear the example of guatemala could spread to other nations. after becoming president with support from the united states custody or out of mass cancelled the measures taken by the outer bands government. land reform was abandoned land was returned to united fruit. but neither stability nor security follow. after the coup quantum i was thrown into
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a civil war that continued until 1996. it left more than 100000 dead a 1000000 displaced and tens of thousands missing. the mire indians were among the victims there was talk of genocide. fearing financial loss the united fruit company blocked all reforms in guatemala taking into account the risk of fueling younger among the people. in january $959.00 cuban revolutionaries took advantage and overthrew the battista regime. evan estell che guevara fidel castro's ally was in guatemala. he had been
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radicalized by the overthrow of the cold war out of ben's he no longer believed in reform but in revolution. ye. in 1960 fidel castro nationalized all north american businesses. the i was. sure we i. this time both edward bernays and samuel the maori parness. the murray died in 1961 his empire didn't outlive him for long the united fruit company disappeared in successive takeovers and mergers it was replaced by chiquita brands. infected by disease the komi share
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bananas that had make united fruit rich disappeared at the end of the sixty's. under the banana emerged the cavendish. it had been developed by a small competitor soon to become an agricultural giant the new leader of the banana market don't. feel. like. according to latest reports the cavendish banana may in its turn be on its way out. joan employees tried in vain to sue the company for poisoning by pesticides. chiquita brands the heir to united fruit is facing court action accused of
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financing paramilitary groups in colombia. that was the story of a free bus simple free. today by not having to buy ben in a certain way when they are black with brown and have a go at they've done better than i. am in a valid value and. the human if you don't. bother called the beat up was bought by none of micro-climate the betty very proper probably. am. still not reality. shows things in
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a different life. literally. you didn't see it in season dissolving space. to enlists. one of the greatest honors on down time james to know how against. being 30 minutes on d w. my 1st bicycle also sewing machine. i come from women are almost by this ocean full of it something as simple as a learning how to write them by side poses and. since i was a little girl i wanted to have a bicycle off my home and it took me mr bundy right there. finally they gave up and mentioned buying young bicyclists but returned because sewing machine sewing i
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suppose was more apt procreates for goes than rising up by as now i want to boss woman back home put bones by the duties and social norms and inform them of old dead basic rights my name is them out of the home and i wore hats to them. this is to use a lawyer from berlin if the war of words escalates in their goal britain threatens shame sions on iran after the seizure of her british flags oil tanker on friday to
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run foreign minister calls for prudence and foresight also on the program hong kong and he doesn't have. again taking to the streets. in the country. good to have you with us britain. following the seizure of a u.k. flag. on friday the warning comes as audio emerged of a tense exchange between british navy officers recorded moments before iran raided
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the vessel. late friday. made. on forcing it. britain has demanded the release of the vessel and condemned what it called a hostile act. safety and security of british international shipping in one of the most important seaways in the world. that is why we are calling on iran to reverse this illegal we are looking for ways to deescalate the situation but we are also very clear that we will do what it takes to ensure the safety and security of british and international shipping. istana in peril now dot
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to me iranian ports of. its $23.00 crew said to be in good health but audio exchanges between a british warship and the iranian special forces moments before the capture reveal the tension in the region. that. obstruct. suits me and 3 sterner in. which are were. there which are words. i write. actually preferred security or even over. the 100 international. sense roots of the andresen of iran's foreign minister on a visit to venezuela is reported to view the seizure as for top following the impounding of an iranian vessel in gibraltar allard this month the greece one was seized by british forces suspected of breaching sanctions on syria for its part the
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uki insists it's upholding international law. to hong kong now where anti-government protests have not let up tens of thousands of people took to the streets on sunday for a 7th weekend in a row the march continued after nightfall scuffles broke out when some demonstrators defied police orders and forced their way past beyond the official finished. the rallies were initially sparked by controversial extradition to the bill has now been suspended the protestors are worried about an erosion of freedoms under chinese rule and want free elections. our correspondent phoebe calling is monitoring the situation and joins us now from hong kong phebe hong kong is under higher tens of thousands are back on the streets this 7th street week of protests what can you tell us about what's happening right now.
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yeah. 7 yeah.
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yeah no sign for weeks now we need to protest as you know word initially sparked by a now suspended extradition bill but protesters are clearly still dissatisfied why .
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thank you so much. stories making news around the world. british airways flights to remain suspended british.
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humanitarian. rescues off the coast of libya. in the mediterranean at the end of the month. between. ukrainians heading to the polls today to elect a new parliament ukrainian president volodymyr does a lenski called the snap elections after being sworn into office in may he's hoping this vote will consolidate his power and give him a stronger mandate to carry out reforms the former t.v. actor was elected on promises of tackling corruption and shaking up ukraine's political system but so far progress has been slow. connelly is in kiev and joins us now for more nic president selenski brought
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forward the timing of these elections hoping voters will hand his party more power will that gamble pay off. could often in well if the polls it's believed it will all the latest polls going to selection showed his party 7 to the people his new policy picking up somewhere around $45.00 or even more percent of the vote although coming just short of absolute majority so it looks like they will have to form a coalition to get their laws through parliament but this really is unheard of no ukrainian president so far in ukraine's in history has had such a big majority in parliament and it seems like his strategy of really ramming home that advantage while the honeymoon with voters continues has been the right thing to do and certainly here at this polling station in one of the middle class suburbs of kiev there is a lot of enthusiasm for the lenski even if it might be a little less more dampened than it was in april back in the presidential election
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where it was a very stark black and white choice between the princess and the landscape. as we all know celebrities background lives in the entertainment industry and you have to wonder why are voters turning away from traditional politicians. michael does huge disappointment this country over the fact that ukraine really has failed to keep pace with its neighbors poland for instance was in a very similar position to ukraine in the early ninety's and is now far wealthier than ukraine millions of ukraine's working in poland so there's a real anger at the political class has been in charge of the past 2 decades and a willingness to try new things out so linsky is not the only showbiz. as it were there is also ukraine's most famous rock musicians who has set up his own party called hold us all voice and he looks set to bring a small group of m.p.'s into parliament let's have a listen to what people at this polling station had to say and how they feel about
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those shoes showbiz imports to politics. i hope we'll see changes in this country when young people take we need to change the parliament from the bottom up line. we need to keep politics and showbusiness stoppered an entertainer should stick to what they're good at what because he was proud of that whatever happens the country needs change whether or not that change is long lasting the kind of change we need we'll just have to wait and see what. we need professionals not newbies in government one of them actually putting out the welcome to couples went on selenski and both of them deserve a top job. i just hope they don't forget about ordinary people so you can but as you are dangerous of course things that. so let's get this straight ukraine could see a coalition government led by a former actor and a musician. that's right although they haven't made any formal agreements and it didn't necessarily look at you the singer whose party is much smaller would be the junior coalition partner has been very guarded about any
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kind of speculation on this but certainly. the comedian turned president is very keen to form a coalition with this party given his whole focus on a new generation in politics and new aesthetic bring new people in his alternatives form a coalition over all old guard politicians former president poroshenko the former prime minister who doesn't have a great deal of choice and this is really the perspective that could be facing ukrainians as they go to work on monday morning it's. connally in kiev thanks so much. it's been 50 years since one of the defining events of the 20th century in 1969 human beings 1st set foot on the moon the historic landing was watched on television by hundreds of millions of people around the world it's a spectacle that many who saw it never forgot let's now relive some of the iconic moments.
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right. i was in my grandmother's house all watching t.v. and watching these looked like. something absolutely unknown something impossible. that. i was with my aunt who was born in 18 in 99. and she was sitting there with me watching a man land on the moon so pretty amazing they didn't even have automobiles when she was 4. my earlier.
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speed was a pity it wasn't those russians but space travel was developing fast and it was clear to us that many countries would send their astronauts into space and you were in school. right right. right. right but. of course it was a knesset live event. i don't think i've ever again such awake in front of the television at 3 am waiting for something to happen and seeing this.
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and explore fascinating world cultural heritage sites. t w world heritage 36050. climate change. sustainability. environmental projects. globalization effect biodiversity species conservation exploitation the quality. cumin rights displacement. the global and local action. 3000. and. 13 women. 21 stages.
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3480 kilometers. and one demand do. ever tour de france for women because so far it's a medal in a competition. jacqueline that if we want to show that women can accomplish extraordinary things too by doing something that may look a bit crazy we're getting people to listen to us because. their plan is to cycle the entire tour de france all 3480 kilometers exactly one day ahead of the met. her her. we're in brussels where the tour de france will start this year tomorrow these 13 women set off from here now they're making last minute preparations sorting out their helmets
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jerseys and ships. like this. just to please everybody check out anyone need to digest plus. one would think that this is a joke and this is all legal it's all natural ingredients these are food supplements . that just. clear florrie is the one behind the dawn on desirable project which roughly translates to let's get women on bikes she's been doing the tour de france every years since 2015 no matter the circumstances. i don't know if you they were the 1st time we did the 2 or there were just 3 of us and we didn't know if we budgeted enough money on the trip we stayed in family school tail wind meals and washed out jerseys by hand every evening. on the beach just on my you know it was do it yourself basically did you that was a real adventure. things have become much more professional in recent years.
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now the women have a sponsor without this financial support they'd be hardly able to pay for their bike equipment and accommodation. none of the women are professional cyclists claire for example works as a sports teacher and organizes this competition in her spare time. to book with but i miss it all goodness in all this is exhausting but it's ok because it's my passion right now it leaves me little free time for anything else because i'm totally focused on this project. but in one or 2 years when they will hopefully be a women's tour de france it will have paid off cos as political psychos as actually think of them book. in central brussels the morning before the race the women are preparing to set off. tomorrow just a few 100 metres from here the belgian king will send off the men competing in the
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tour de france. and then someone unceremoniously they're off. unlike during the actual tour de france the roads are not blocked off to cars so they must carefully we in our traffic and there is much less pomp and glamour than during the men's race they have to deal with red lights on coming cars and other challenges. the women will cover a distance of 3480 kilometers cycling through the. the pyrenees and the alps climbing to an altitude of 2770 meters but it's not about setting new records all these women cyclists want is to be treated with the same respect as their male peers. i wish you could also use i started cycling as a sport late when i was 24. and at some points i realised that i'd never seen
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a women's peloton on t.v. even though there are plenty of women involved in competitive cycling but they never feature on t.v. i wanted to change that. some hardcore science fans have already gathered along the route to get a good view of the men's tour de france quite a few are impressed by the women taking on this challenge. for the sake of the men get all the backing attention they could hopeful but the women don't receive enough. when i think that's why we're here to cheer them on good enough want to see. anyone up for even cycle along with them for part of the journey everyone's invited no matter their gender. this is i think they have a point why is their thought a force for men and not for women shot it has room for both. cycling along with the
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women has become really popular now for security reasons only 100 athletes are allowed on the road at any one time when i know more so many cyclists have joined us it's amazing that means our message is being heard and that's a fantastic feeling this official got. 4 days and 650 kilometers later we're in sandy aid to sion of all these mountains the tough section lies ahead. but thankfully claire is in great shape and up for the challenge in fact just 2 weeks ago she competed in the french cycling championships. but it's not a steep climb but it drags on. unlike the men who get nutritious snacks passed on to them on the go the women have to pull over to eat. that along with navigating road traffic slows them down considerably meaning that
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they need almost twice the time then do for a day's stage. a small team of volunteers accompanies the women on their journey helping with preparations. really even though this is the 2nd year now that oscar meyer has signed up to support them . he even took a break from his student job so we could be here but it's a race against the clock during these 3 weeks we help the women the more time they have to recuperate. carbohydrate have the food and fruit give them the necessary energy to get back on that bike or else that way so fast things are being go ahead all right but we still have half of the climb a head of us the toughest bit is still to come the negotiations there. and look for stability a really steep we'll see. every day the women spend 8
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to 9 hours biking that obviously takes its toll with muscle cramps and the like a common problem luckily they have got 3 physio therapist on the team travelling with them when needed they set up their massage tables in the hotel always in the evenings they're super busy giving the women are up down. yeah richard reeves the moment yesterday was a hot day we cycled for 215 kilometers and the last in line she was really painful which observe our muscles got all tense but now i'm getting my toxins message out of my muscles so i'll be ready for tomorrow as. they're not the rush. though with their busy schedule they don't always have time for an evening rubdown often they meet local sports clubs and even mayors after a day's cycling like here and on c. for example it tends to garner them admiration though sometimes people doubt they'll pull off the whole tour if you think you'll make it to the end but we've
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been doing this for 5 years and so far only one participant ever gave up that's one out of 22 in the last 4 years 22 made it to the finish line. so there's no reason to believe all 13 of us won't make it this year but that's. because if it were known that the women always need to prove themselves because people tend to think that minimal capable this is. day 2 in the bush this year clare and her fellow female cyclists are supported by an international women's team with athletes from england the u.s. and australia. australia's pippa lyon did not mind travelling this far to participate. along the road her 11 month old son is there to cheer her on. since having him it's made it even more important to me to just show to the next generation boys and girls that women can do exactly the same
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as men yes we can do things as foster is strong but we can do it and we can do it really well. each year there are more and more people calling for there to be an old fishel women's tour de france but so far these demands have fallen on deaf ears . even though back in the 1980 s. the organizers did one stage a women's race along with the men's but then rescheduled the event and that was the end of it christiane predominate charge of the tour de france doesn't want to tell us what he thinks about this instead he sends this statement mr pradelle moretti answered many times questions about the possibility of organizing during the tour de france a tour de france for women the answer is still the same organizing another race in the same time is logistically not possible. there is some truth in this the tour de france is the world's 3rd biggest sporting
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event 4500 helpers are needed just to prepare the route and almost 30000 police officers and firemen are on duty to maintain security and some say that staging another race just requires too much work. but the real apology oh the president of the international cycling union thinks a women's competition could be a great success so. we will have to work on a solution and examine that it's technically problems and circumstances i think we can address these challenges at all and i am convinced that women's cycling can appeal to an audience if you know you and then your female athletes will finally get the recognition. factor disposed of and your ex told the good news is that in 2014 the tour de france organizers did begin staging a one day women's race during the men's competition but for clare that's not enough . i asked myself why should we be happy with
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a one day race when we are capable of going for days at the several stages of days and weeks one day race is not comparable to one that goes over several stages because over time cycling taints develop and it's something different to view is to and from a sports perspective as well so i think women are entitled to a proper right. yeah the. officer then also that was. for no much hard work still lies ahead of the cyclists even though they've mastered the 1st steep stages. there's still a long way until they reach their final destination paris and it will also take a long time until there's a proper women's tour de france but giving up is out of the question. look less and less like them for years or fish this is the 5th time i'm doing this and i hope i don't have to keep going for another 15 months because it certainly is hard work and it gets harder by the year for the info i mean besides i want to start
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a family at some point the good news is should i stop others will take my place course they mean charlotte all of. the film reality. shows things in a different lines i picture. it envelops even see the color dissolving space into endlessly playing one of the greatest artists about time james to and how they just on. next on d w. the eco rebels of the himalayas. seek out
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a state in northeastern india and switched entirely to sustainable agriculture plays how did they pull it off place and what could german farmers learn from them play 60 minutes. d.w. . earth a home for saving googling genius tell stories of creative people and innovative projects around the world ideas to protect the climate and boost green energy solutions by global ideas the environment series of global 3000 on d w and online basically. you know what if you're something is important to us physically. remove the truth of. the 3 or 4 awarded for. writing and grieve for what happens to the food.
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we don't think of it that way. and the beginning and the end of everything there is light. and god said let there be light and there was light. the light the crowning achievement of creation represents consciousness. without light there is no vision without light there is no light without light there is no art. james to rail uses light to create art to rel is not
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a god but many consider him one of our greatest contemporary artists of his works don't simply make use of light they are light itself. is installations bay the viewer in light trucks. you lose your oriented. heavy fog. outlines disappear. everything dissolves into color. 3 you're going to museum in boston botanist posted a picture retrospective the largest ever seen a year. seldom gives interviews but at the museum we talked to him at length. 75 years old now he rarely travels to these kinds of exhibitions which are held all
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over the world. our conversation focused on the main theme of his work the secrets of light. mist that are out when and how did you 1st realize that the world is all about flights i don't know the very can tell you anything about religion or or science but i do know that a lot of art is about right if you look at just the history of art in our you know our culture is littered with people who are depicting life in amazing ways a new zing it for the staging of the drama of of our living and what we do rather than depicted i want to use light itself but that may be made for some sort of staging and certainly more insulation kinds of work as you said you're not to depicting life the work is lights and could you explain the difference i like that quality of it which has to do with the title of the show the substance of light the
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thing most of light we're talking about. actually light being affecting a substance. i may have fusion is here where you realize in order to see the walls which you can see you're looking through something and the slight residing in the space is no different than say walking through the forest and you see a beam of light come down that illuminates the atmosphere the air and nuff that you see this being. in in space i mean you're not just seeing it on the surface of the of the ground or things like that but you actually are seeing this light is actually inhabiting the space. to real shows us how do you light from a different perspective light is to him what paint is to a painter it's raw material. that was some difficulty because you know with
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light you don't form a plate play with the hands you don't carve it away like. you know wood or stone you actually have to build it almost like you do with music so you have to make instruments it does that. there are times in your apartment you can play well wagner is a good example. you play this music and suddenly the. specie rate is much larger. sound and hear light extends a space. that's what you're building your building with that kind of space making material. i.
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james to rails are can be both there will ring and moving is something you experience. at 1st glance this may seem like a projected image but he's in fact a space guns failed. viewers are gradually drawn into the space and they begin to wonder who am i. and where am i. let's take a look at the guns for it's serious for instance and there's no focus really just no object or you or the other for interest i am the object of. that it's interesting what what are we left with when there is no no focus well or for oh no focus no object no thing and basically we're we're entering this new.
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landscape which is the landscape with horizon and you see that when you get the white out while skiing you can see it all flying when you enter the cloud and after you gauge an instrument flying. also when you dive there are times when you don't know where that you know which way is up is just by watching your bubbles. and we are entering this new realm now and we're learning to navigate it so i'm very interested in this new landscape and how we feel within it and how the light
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helps to build that space but what do you think what are we doing to find out about ourselves in that new space. well for us well just balance is interesting because we use horizon so much for balance. and even on a boat you know you get seasick if you go down below and you don't have a rising you come up with on deck and you look at horizon you can study the stomach more easily so that we have been for a long time using this idea of horizon if you're a pilot and you do aerobatics at 1st you can feel this elaborate and then this actually. charges here you actually want to experience that you want to feel that it actually has a good feeling and that's when you know that you're you're beginning to be able to
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navigate this this realm this new realm you set that. i am the object in your work and how do i see myself seeing how does that work well you are literally investigating your at your scene and it's not so much my seeing that i present to you and then you can go and. with that knowledge put it into your saying this is actually it's about you're seeing correctly as you experience it so you get a chance to discover it for yourself it's not a discovery of mine so much as it is becomes your discovery that's what i hope anyway. james to rail is also an experienced pilot and he made a key just covering one day while flying he became aware of the majestic scope and beauty of the sky. he has created sky escapes all over the world.
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these chambers provide viewers with a new visual perspective on the heavens the universe and eternity. this is the museum in the n.d.s. mountains of argentina it was funded by the swiss entrepreneur and arts patron donald hess. the museum stands 2300 meters above sea level fully isolated from the rest of the world. in this place nature often stages its own light shows. when if you really fall in love with the sky as a pilot well certainly as a poacher you do because that. those who supports you and i mean it is this atmosphere that you are swimming in and of course it is life like water it is the
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it has substance and it has changes as you see weather come or light involved with that atmosphere. and this was actually quite beautiful and people experience that coming over from the u.s. to europe as you wake up and you go into the the morning that you're headed into course the pilots are up there with the best seat in the house and but yours is good enough i mean off to the side it really is amazing what happens as you approach the met here and so i've always enjoyed that flight you say that you can even change the color of the sky and how do you do that i'm not changing the color of the sky but i'm i'm changing your context a vision which give you a different color to sky to make it any color you like in some of these very spaces but. that has more to do with you know how we form our perception we we
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the sky is blue because we have to give it that color we awarded that color because we do that means that and then we can change it so. that's not difficult to do. but i mean the and people are surprised by that because it's essentially we feel we receive everything. that we're not a part of that we behold and we're definitely a part of that we behold so and that's one thing the artist can do is sort of give you the gentle koan to tell you well you know you're making this reality within which you live. so it's nice to be aware of it. and it was from the air the james to rail discovered what would become his greatest artistic achievement. this is the road in a crater in arizona. to rail has built a kind of observatory inside the crater complete with underground shafts and
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tunnels he's been working on this project for 4 decades and is still not complete. experiments not only with light but also with sound and acoustics. the spaces are sensitive to light and sound. it's almost. difficult to make. because once you make $0.03 if you like. it's very bright star so you can take your call if you can take in. a visit to the crater is an experience that almost overwhelms the senses. so this is something where you are within the earth but above it and so this you know taking self into this in the sky is something very very interesting you know all the faces i make have access to the sky and to read a book. and you know one of things we rarely do is if you are in new york and you
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watch people from just the 2nd floor of hardly anybody looks up. it's about 6 so part of this is just really redirect your version and also make you realize there's that whole world that's above us. and that we have access to it. today to real lives and works in flagstaff arizona a town with a population of about 65000. well hello. it's general. flagstaff is cold in winter and hot in summer. james terrelle was born in los angeles california about 600 kilometers west of here. and i guess that i'm. doing fine. i think there must be something special about the life of california how did you perceive flied when you were
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a child well children oriental light and you do that in the crib and you will look to it and something that really helps orient of this. and i mean california is not that different than say south of france or or italy or spain. the thing that is very interesting though is a lot of people who freesheet light are from areas where it's it is not as prevalent and more precious and so you know you have custom or you have turner amazing very prescient artists just for david friedrich the dutch school all the painters of light from norway and sweden. and petra very who were came to germany to study art. you know where it's more
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appreciated words more precious. when james tarell frames light as in a painting he's following a centuries old tradition of western art. from the baroque period to modern times artists have been captivated by the power of light. light can bring a scene to life increase its dramatic effect and focus the viewer's attention. in the 17th century the use of light transformed the world of art. for the 1st time artists used like to highlight their subjects and not just saints but mere mortals . and even the artists themselves. and. they created a world of sharp contrast between whites and dark. their
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renaissance sought to bring light into darkness using science and reason to counter the influence of the church and religion. rembrandt's the anatomy lesson of dr nicholas tulip is the quintessential renaissance artwork the participants are gathered around the corpse of a criminal and the body is bathed in light. in the 18th century the english painter william turner took the use of light to a new level in his work the slave ship the sky and sea the low. light floods the canvas and rulers contrasts turner also made use of dissolves and fading effects which he copied from early photographs.
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in the 20th century photography became the preferred medium for experimenting with light. gifted photographers like man ray made substantial contributions to this art form. one of today's most important artists care how it reached there has found new ways to use light his still life skull with candle plays with our perceptions. the images are indistinct blurred shimmering nothing is as it seems. james to rail uses many of the same effects in his works images to blend into one another playing tricks on the viewers imagination. in college to real studied psychology mathematics and astronomy these disciplines are reflected in his work a sophisticated attempt to alter our sense of perception one might said you are even more than an artist you're a kind of a philosopher a spiritual guy maybe
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a scientist how do you see yourself as an artist i mean as i say this is not things that inform science i'm informed by a fun and interesting point is that life is also used in para p. and one of your pieces called healing light so is it kind of a healing experience or do you try to balance it in terms of the programs use if you stay in there some version of so that it has kind of all color but you know really the energy system is those is cute off of her lloyd. and so people call that the shocker is you just call it anything system that's fine but it is something that is physically us and so we do orient to these things and do it healing from that i was wondering and to what extent at least experience is spiritual i mean life is also a universal symbol for the divine each and every human being is and artists
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have been involved with religion since day one. making work that supports the rhetoric that comes from the priesthood or or not. but you can see that all the altar pieces and everything here and in europe i mean it's quite amazing what artists did and how they were involved with the church and also a problem for the church it seems that you were inspired by the need to take a meditative quality of light because you know you do go inside to greet the light in meditation and that you will get that visual purple and you'll get the beginning of that as you enter meditation so we are followed by light we carry it within us so there never is no light even when you're inside. you know i
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would never of ation cell you'll find that there is light that just close your eyes you'll enter a life full realm of eventually this is i mean we do have this life inside and. we orient to it and. you know this is a visual mantra. chuck rosen visual mantras james to rails works reflect his interest in eastern mysticism but they're by no means esoteric. his parents were devout quakers a form of christianity that believes there is good in everyone and that we all have a direct connection to god. sitting in silence in quaker meeting to really learned his child to come to a place of peace in the quiet. he was raised to find the divine light in every person.
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who says the door to start cemetery in central berlin philosopher georg hale and author and playwright virtual brecht are among those buried here. a few years ago terrelle transformed the chapel here with an installation that took full advantage of the twilight hours. a room without shadows filled with changing colors. the altar is a cube of acrylic less. outfitted with l.e.d.s. that make it a central source of light. very much in line with the traditional christian concept of god as creator and the source of divine light. here
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unlike into roles guns filled works the contours remain sharply defined so that viewers maintain proper orientation. in. the space in which one remembers the souls of the dead. christians are invited to reflect on their belief in eternal life. some may find comfort in the idea that life will not end in darkness but in light light is present at the beginning and at the end of life. lost i'd like to know if there's a light that you love and maybe a life that you hate. while. i mean i appreciate it all i don't have any that i hate. one of the things i like to do is to give light like i've seen in the dream. this is basically
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a different life than we normally have there were normally involved with in the conscious awake state now what does this light come from in the dream is that memory well. part of it could be memory yes that is replayed but then the truth is we are often involved in experiences that we find later. in what we call the conscious await the wake state or life. as in deja vu so. it's not all memory which is quite interesting in curious and. has the light come from a war does the light come from in the dream they were or does it come from and it. is something we definitely experience and that is powerful the dreams are most powerful when we have the dreams and color of course and often when they are this
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kind of dream it is not from memory but from. experiences that are to come the lucid dream is quite amazing and most people have had one but that's not just having one it's having one that they remembered because we often wake up and from the moment of awakening the dream is leaving us and so we're trying to hold on to it but you know we can do that a bit with art by making life it's very similar to how we see light in the dream because it's not know how we not only see light. but we're but if you have this flat unknown to us which i find very fresh. great thank you very much you're very welcome. gives us a key that unlocks the door to the subconscious mind is installations are like finding yourself in a vivid dream in which spatial boundaries are blurred. light like music has the
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power to alter our perceptions of space. to the point where we perceive to a limited extent a sense of infinity plane the legislature . the end. of.
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a day 7 successive weekend they're concerned about a new roshon of their rights and freedom also on the program britain threatens sanctions on iran after the seizure of the british flag oil tanker on friday as tensions escalate in the gulf tehran's foreign minister calls for prudence and for such. pain ukraine's president cast his vote in the country staff call him entry election for a lot of his alleged scheme needs his party to win a majority so he can make good on promises of reform. it's good to have you with us in hong kong and the antigovernment protests have not let up tens of thousands of people took to the streets on sunday for a 7th weekend in a row the march continued after nightfall scuffles broke out when some
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demonstrators defied police orders and forced their way past the official finish point the rallies were initially sparked by a controversial extradition bill though the bill has now been suspended the protestors are worried about a new rosen of freedoms under chinese rule and want free elections. our correspondent phoebe kong is monitoring the situation and joins us now from hong kong phoebe hong kong is under higher alert tens of thousands are back on the streets this 7th street week of protests what can you tell us about what's happening right now. yes you know.
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7 some of them. it's. obvious. that. you know no sign for weeks now in the protests as you know word initially sparked by a now suspended extradition bill but protesters are clearly still dissatisfied why . the pros have.
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to. think. that that is not a. thing. that is. also. in hong kong thank you so much. germany's flagship carrier has resumed
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flights to the egyptian capital cairo the airline had stopped flights for a day due to unspecified safety concerns british airways flights to the egyptian capital are set to remain suspended for week the british carrier says it's reviewing its security arrangements this comes as the u.k. u.s. and other countries have issued travel warning for egypt. britain is considering imposing fresh sanctions on iran following the seizure of a u.k. flagged oil tanker in the strait of hormuz on friday the warning comes as audio emerged of attention change between british and iranian navy officers recorded moments before iran raided the vessel. for weeks lead threatened to retaliate then late friday a rainy and revolutionary guard commandos hauled bring over the stand and peril made their move raiding the british flagged oil tanker in international waters
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and forcing it to seal to iran. britain has demanded the release of the vessel and condemned what it called a hostile act. safety and security of british international shipping in one of the most important seaways in the world and that is why we are calling on iran to reverse this illegal we're looking for ways to deescalate the situation but we are also very clear that we will do what it takes to ensure the safety and security of british and international. they stand in peril now docked in iranian for to us its $23.00 crew said to be in good health but audio exchanges between a british warship and the iranian special forces moments before the capture reveal the tension in the region. obstruct.
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suits me and 3 sterner in. iran. security number. 8 international. conference of the andresen of iran's foreign minister on a visit to venezuela is reported to view the seizure as for tat following the impounding of an iranian vessel in gibraltar earlier this month the grace one was seized by british forces suspected of breaching sanctions on syria for its part the u.k. insists it's upholding enter national law. ukrainians are heading to the polls today to elect a new parliament. ukrainian
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president volodymyr selenski called the snap elections after being sworn into office in may he's hoping this vote will consolidate his power and give him a strong mandate to carry out reforms the former t.v. actor was elected on promises of tackling corruption and shaking up ukraine's political system but so far progress has been slow. connelly is in kiev and joins us now for more nic president zelinsky brought forward the timing of these elections hoping voters will hand his party more power will that gamble pay all. kid off new well if the polls it's believed it will all the latest polls are going to selection showed his party servant of the people his new policy picking up somewhere around $45.00 or even more percent of the vote although coming just short of absolute majority so it looks like they will have to form a coalition to get their laws through parliament but this really is unheard of no
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ukrainian president so far in ukraine's in history has had such a big majority in parliament and it seems like his strategy of really ramming home that advantage while the honeymoon with coaches continues has been the right thing to do and certainly here at this polling station in one of the middle class suburbs of kiev there is a lot of enthusiasm for the lecky even if it might be a little less because more dampened than it was in april back in the presidential election where it was a very stark black and white choice between the princess and the landscape. as we all know the background lies in the entertainment industry and you have to wonder why are voters turning away from traditional politicians. when michael does huge disappointment this country over the fact that ukraine really has failed to keep pace with its neighbors poland for instance was in a very similar position to ukraine in the early ninety's and is now fall wealthier
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than ukraine millions of ukraine's working in poland so. his real anger at the political class has been in charge the past 2 decades and a willingness to try new things out so linsky is not the only showbiz politics as it were there is also ukraine's most famous rock musicians that's love look at you q has set up his own party called force or voice and he looks set to bring a small group of m.p.'s into parliament let's have a listen to what people at this polling station had to say and how they feel about those issues showbiz imports to politics. i hope we'll see changes in this country when young people take over we need to change the parliament from the bottom up alignment that we need to keep politics and show business entertainer should stick to what they're good at what because he was proud that whatever happens the country needs change whether or not that change is long lasting the kind of change we need we'll just have to wait and see what. we need professionals not newbies in government actually putting out the work of those when i was a codger gun selenski why both of them deserve
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a top job so i just hope they don't forget about ordinary people so you can go on the interest of course these are. so let's get this straight ukraine could see a coalition government led by a former actor and a musician. that's right although they haven't made any formal agreements and necessarily because the singer whose policies much smaller will be the junior coalition partner has being very guarded about any kind of speculation on this but certainly. the comedian turned president is very keen to form a coalition with this policy given his whole focus on a new generation in politics and new aesthetic bring new people in his alternatives form a coalition of rule old guard politicians the former president poroshenko the former prime minister so he doesn't have a great deal of choice and this is really the perspective that could be facing ukrainians as they go to work on monday morning. nick connelly in kiev thanks so
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much. it's been 50 years since one of the defining events of the 20th century 1969 human beings 1st set foot on the moon the historic landing was watched on television by hundreds of millions of people around the world it's a spectacle the spectacle that many who saw it have never forgotten let's now relive some of the iconic moments. over. here wherever. that right. or am. i was in my grandmother's house all watching t.v.
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i watching these looked like something absolutely unknown something impossible. that. i was a my aunt who was born in 18 in 99. and she was sitting there with me watching a man land on the moon itself pretty amazing they didn't even have automobiles when she was born. my curly. steed was a pity it wasn't those russians but space travel was developing fast and it was clear to us that many countries would send their astronauts into space and when school. or. right. i fit.
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in of course it was a canucks a live event. i don't think of ever again sats awake in front of the television at 3 am waiting for something to happen and the system. algeria's footballers have returned home to a hero's welcome after their africa cup of nations triumph the team was greeted by enormous crowds on the streets of the capital algiers on saturday following their one nil victory over senegal in friday's final after the open topped parade the squad was received at the people's palace by acting president. who awarded
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the players with medals of the national order of merit this year success is the 2nd time in the country's history that algeria have been crowned champions of africa. you are up to date on d.w. news coming up next shift living in the digital age and don't forget you can get all the latest news and information around the clock on our website we'll be back at the top of the hour as always with the latest news around the world thanks for watching this is g w. a forester equivalent to the big sucker pitches is cleared every. hour consumerism is causing a radical depletion of forests. for 25.
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years responsible. for. forests and money. the tragic reality behind the exploitation starts july 24th t w. if. i click i like i shop online and that produces huge amounts of data but who analyzes it one culprit is the advertising industry i look for a curry recipe online and suddenly ads for indian cookbooks pop up everywhere big data is it a blessing or a curse i will focus today on shit. i'm
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always online my smartphone is always connected wherever i go along the way i leave digital footprints and help create a pot of what's known as big data. researchers have analyzed close to a 1000000 apps from the google play store they found that 90 percent pass on user data and many of these apps send data to several companies that sounds unsettling but does big data have a real effect on my life well let me know if i need my umbrella tomorrow. this vaguer rocket has a new kind of weather satellite on board at an altitude of 320 kilometers will collect data that will help meteorologists create better weather forecasts. for the 1st time a satellite will be able to measure wind speeds using laser rays it even works in locations that are normally inaccessible like oceans is
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a perfect storm brewing out there big data can help us predict the weather. insurance companies also use big data for instance to estimate the impact of natural disasters like flooding and car insurers set their rates according to the risk of theft where the policyholder lips so you might pay more or less for your policy depending on how many cars have been stolen in your neighborhood. big data can also make your sat nav more useful and precise in a las vegas pilot project and onboard computer tells drivers how fast to drive to catch the green light. and in estonia the port of tallinn is a digital showcase project trucks and goods are checked in electronically big data to better logistics and shorter waiting times. so big data is big business companies are investing. in software that analyzes it in 2018 more than
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6000000000 euros were spent on big data applications in germany alone. here's a stunning application from the field of medicine predicting flu epidemics with the help of twitter data researchers at university took 500000000 tweets from around the world and fed them into a watson computer system watson found the relevant tweets was more it recognized what they were about for instance if the writer got a flu shot or already had flu symptoms this process is known as cognitive computing the digital simulation of human thought processes wasn't for example search for key was like through and put information into the right context. even berlin sorry day hospital is using big data to diagnose illnesses more quickly and treat them more effectively. this is a chuma cell which has specific molecular markers. or cells of the same and ideally
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therapies will be targeted to the decision medicine hopes the term in which therapy is likely to be most effective researchers identify the tumors genetic characteristics to select the targeted treatment. dr claudia fall brecht's from berlin charity hospital is using big data to improve cancer treatment she's collaborating with the molecular health data analysis company. did it is generated worldwide through various clinical studies and research experiments and then collected in databases for example molecular health checks these databases regularly on a daily basis and compares the results with those from the patient samples. after to get such results tumor cells molecular markers or analyze the process called sequencing doctors at the sheraton they send the results to molecular health. molecular markers or compared with those of thousands upon thousands of other
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stored in the company's database. the database also contains information about therapies a report is produced the provides doctors with a recommended treatment tailored to the specific characteristics of the tumour cell . this is what we're looking for it's the direction we hope things will go in the future we'd like patients to receive personalized treatment based on molecular changes we can identify during sequencing. the idea behind the project is revolutionary but using data from so many people as the basis for medical decisions and possibly superseding diagnosis of the patients doctor is also controversial. in germany people are still quite cautious where. afraid to give others access to our data which is understandable as a researcher i'd like to manage my own data and know exactly what's happening to it . but i think we must do away with this idea of keeping it all to ourselves the
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amount of data is just too large for that. big data has already allowed berlin's charity hospital to identify individual therapies for some 30 cancer patients. treating illnesses with the help of big data that's real progress and it shows that ai and humans can work together for the benefit of mankind. another thing that big data has done is make human behavior more predictable that's especially interesting for companies who want to target us online with personalized advertising that can still be hit or miss just because of research diving expeditions doesn't mean i want to buy a wetsuit right away but data analyst paul monk from from thailand are working on ways to optimize targeting when you play when you like when you stop to see your id you audit it out there that will go to whatever. we are the technology to help the
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brand to know how to talk the right way to the right consummate with the information. problem and his fellows andrew co-founders have been actively collecting data since 2013 today the firm employs more than 160 people and mainly analyzes data from the asian market they help authorities and companies to control their image there's been little criticism about how they process the data our job is not on the data but our job is that it followed a brand to understand it so in the end we help it to understand it. but data security specialist cash to normal is more critical he believes that the global trade in data is a multi-billion dollar business from which only a few players profit. google alone earns over $100000000000.00 a year with online ads. and of course not $100000000000.00 has to be recovered
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somehow through the products that are being advertised so a single company earns hundreds or thousands of dollars a year from each internet user. then there are the data brokers who profit from collecting and analyzing this flood of data using special software we try to find out who's tracking user behavior the. triangles here be represent the trackers the circles the web sites visited. even users who don't log in aren't surfing anonymously with every click the trackers network grows in this test there were close to 20 trackers for every web site visited. big data analysis helps link that information and produce a digital profile of the user. and. a profile like this describes the person and their fears their needs and possibly their financial situation allowing for advertising to be tailored to meet their budget or to be described as
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better than even our best friends could one become. so companies might know me better than my friends do even very sensitive data like that used by health apps as often passed on to data collectors without users knowledge the legal basis for this is sometimes highly questionable. massive amount of data is generated every day it comes from a variety of sources not just the internet. whether on facebook instagram or net flix every day we humans generate 2500000 terabytes of data but not all of it on the net visit the doctor in your symptoms and diagnoses are stored in servers this data is often anonymous that passed on to market researchers when you found some of the comments location and contact details are scooped up and become part of big data brokers encyclopedia defines big data as
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a balance there are so large changes so fast or so varied that they can't be processed with standard software. exactly how much data counts as big is hard to say as it's not stored to analyze centrally i see analysts estimate that in the next 6 years the global data spirit will rise to 175 bytes per year one set of bite is equal to $1000000000.00 terabytes one trillion gigabytes one quadrillion megabytes in comparison a 3 minute m p 3 track is around 3 megabytes in size so one is that the point can store around 333 trillion songs processing such masses of data isn't easy there are 3 aspects to consider. there is the hardware aspect what hardware can handle it. secondly there is the software that processes the data directly. there's the algorithms which glean information and knowledge from this
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data. coming. hardware software algorithms it's a big business. big data is analyzed using software platforms called frameworks they divide data between several high performance servers where it can be processed simultaneously processing that data quickly is key. data artisans a burden based startup comes in they analyze very large amounts of data very fast using an open source platform called apache flink they help create it processes incoming data in real time and can simultaneously analyze data has already been stored stream processing is a big new thing so it's no surprise that chinese conglomerate alibaba snapped up designs for an estimated $90000000.00 euros earlier this year that's great for the
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start of founders is it good for society when healing that poses a risk that data could be compiled on unaligned to such a way that for instance human behavior becomes more predictable and transparent. and that should end up limiting individual freedom if i hope as i mentioned i'm good friends falls honestly i'm pretty generous when it comes to my personal data if i look into a service and like it i'm willing to pay for it with my data but maybe the prize really is too high is trading your personal data for free apps or services a fair exchange or will big data turn into a surveillance nightmare what do you think join the discussion on facebook on the w dot com goodbye until next time. and.
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the eco rebels of the himalayas. see come a state in northeastern india and switched entirely to sustainable agriculture. counted they pulled off. and what could german farmers learn from their. dangerous dealings with medical supplies. pacemakers that if hardly been tested in prosthetics that poison their lives. it makes you feel like you can eat. more and more people are suffering harm or even dying from unsafe medical frantic cases from the implant finals. in 45 minutes dealing.
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