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tv   World Stories  Deutsche Welle  August 18, 2019 7:15pm-7:31pm CEST

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displayed that sends a clear message to their title rivals you know. we all took note of the fact that by andrew on friday and that was a little added incentive photos we're just happy to have taken 3 points and we're looking forward to the next games the black and yellows will be wary of last season's terrific start but the fans already dared to dream. you know watching data but he knew more the top of the how. the world is getting worse and. more catastrophes among the problems. the global $3000.00 talks would seem of british researchers who take a more optimistic view. there while it is not always a good place but it's much much better than it was. just the world really getting
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better and. a global $3000.00 special report. starts august 19th sundays of. this week a wall stories. bolivia completely legal child labor. what stuck cashing in on its hippie past but we start off and it's in just over a year ago the marandi bridge ingenue were collapsed killing $43.00 people $600.00 more were left homeless now those affected are fighting for compensation.
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rita certo has lived near the motor on the bridge for most of her life she says seeing the last few pillars disappear didn't bother her it was more of a spectacle but now she has to watch as the house she lived in for nearly 60 years is demolished only pieces of the 1st floor remain the same theme song on there. you can hear that because and jack thomas well i can go away. the sound is terrible. that affects she what i'm watching. and i'm rita under sr meanwhile we're lucky they own a flat in the center of genoa and were able to move there it's smaller than their home near the bridge but they have to leave a lot of their belongings behind anyway they were only permitted to return to their old home accompanied by officials a few times it lies directly under the bridge which at that stage was in danger of
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collapsing. and i. believe that like grave robbers because there was no sign of life there anymore it's an awful feeling when you don't recognize your own home you know vehicle most in some ways going back was part of the process of letting go. some memories are painful for the 2 sisters but not all of them there were light moments among all the drama. that you will find. funny when one of the firemen the one with the pasta opened a drawer and found some noodles from a good brand and he said you're leaving them here we said tad they're just noodles . and he said i have that they're noodles from muddy sunnah we say they're good for another year. you can make some getting but. i said ok ok take them. the courts are currently debating who is responsible for the disaster
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local authorities or the private company in charge of the motorways the outer strada paddy tallia in a case that will probably last 2 years the motorway company is currently refusing requests for interviews in the meantime traffic is rolling again but infrastructure is in bad shape in many places around the country the bridge which is now being used to redirect traffic to church on a rita i mean as old neighborhood has also seen better days volunteers at the committee that campaigns for victims of the disaster near weeks after the bridge collapsed i was distraught to try to divide those affected. ways that up let's see what saved does it was that we all said no. that we showed that we were united and that we weren't for sale you know. that gave us power in the goetia nations and it
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was dangerous for the other side to put it i didn't that it didn't go. for the victim. it was a good lesson to learn that there is power in unity but they will still never get their old lives back. during the 28 years in which berlin was divided by the wall more than 130 people were killed or died trying to flee to the worst possible rick to also risked his life to excrete from east germany. the best thing about jail hartmut rishta says was being let out of his cell once a day to walk around inside a large wire cage as a young man he was held for months in a detention center run by the east german ministry of state security for trying to flee the country and for aiding others in their attempts to escape. they didn't abuse us physically they called it corrosion it was
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a method they used to try and grind to stand through hyper control isolation this information has been the worst 11 months of my life here after a while you start to long to be sentenced. mr never accepted life under the east german regime and tried to flee for the 1st time by train when he was just 18 he was arrested and put behind bars. when building began on the berlin wall and the 1st of august 1961 he knew he had to escape he saw how brutally the regime was cracking down on dissenters it was the other woman she was a young person at some point you have to ask yourself how long am i going to play this raid have how long can i take it if you were doing i want to cooperate with them to find myself a little nation who is a long as you're still studying you had to get all of this crap that in every essay there had to be a commitment to socialism and if you needed good marks you just wrote that rubbish down. a short time later richter attempted to escape again he swam across
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a border river on the edge of berlin and made it to freedom he was in the water for 4 hours before he finally managed to get through a barbed wire fence and onto the shore on the western side on the eastern side he would have been shot. at the governor's office that's why i had a guardian angel that lied or knew there were alarms regarded in the twilight i saw a thin piece of wire stretched from bridge post to bridge post if i had touched it he would have gone off and they would have immediately fired shots. before the 1st . dozens of people died in this way along the berlin wall it's still not clear just how many the regime ruthlessly punished anyone who tried to flee. nevertheless wrister continued to help more than 30 people escape by smuggling them into west germany in the trunk of his car he was caught again and spent 5 years in prison before being bought out by the western governments he now gives tours in his
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former prison often for schoolchildren he thinks young people should learn that east germany was a to tell a tarion state. that stealing is held tartlet rich. there overcome the brutality of the stasi the east german secret police now he's able to tell the story as one of those who paid a price for wanting freedom. and 2014 bolivia's national congress pass laws that legalize child labor ever since children as young as 10 have been allowed to work it's estimated that the country know how some 850000 child laborers. was these 4 children are singing to honor the dead but not because the deceased is a loved one. they're doing it for money you think. at the end they chant our father. to the earth is that it that for god.
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and kevin this cemetery is their place of employment they're hired to sing for the relatives of the dearly departed. they receive 20 bolivian knows each time worth about 2 and a half years that's a lot of money for children who are growing up without a father. and 10 year old kevin longs to buy a football but he has to spend his earnings on medical treatments for his mother who's ill. it's strange working in a cemetery that drowning cats and barking dogs around and garbage everywhere. these children who come every day after school are known as the graveyard kids every 4th child in bolivia has some kind of job that's about 100000 working children. starting at 10 every night 15 year old energy buys cigarettes at
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a kiosk and resells them for any profit he can manage. and he works in a pub district. 5 days a week he makes his way through rundown bars and clubs selling cigarettes for $0.25 each. but he has to keep a watchful eye. of the. whole districts there are lots of criminal gangs and they are the biggest threat for me. not far from andy is christiane all of 10 years old he's collecting garbage because he wants a better life. on the premises i want to buy new shoes. and go to school. like other working children here christiane belongs to a bolivian child laborers union 5 years ago it pushed through
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a demand to allow miners to work legally starting at age 10. youngsters like energy and christiane say they have more rights now and they're hoping for bigger opportunities. in. the singing graveyard children say the only way to support their desperately poor families is by working for. the last report takes us to the u.s. home of the woodstock festival on its 50th anniversary the town is cashing in on memories of the legendary musical events the hippie movements. there are reminders everywhere from peace signs to toys 19 sixties hippie culture is still ever present. but as woodstock become somewhat of a theme park. mark hedrick has run a souvenir shop on the times' main street for over 20 years.
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marketing is a stronghold in any kind of market like this the there was very little marketing done oh when the concert was done in fact and it to the best my knowledge there was never a shirt so. that now the marketing stuff came after the fact. but here in the town you know he still likes to take advantage of that. the local economy is benefited greatly since the festival took place and it doesn't matter now that it was held over 90 kilometers away in the time of bethel it's. just not i think it's just i think it's not you are hearing. that feeling of woodstock lived a special place for people like the people that believe in peace on earth this is the place. back at mark souvenir store business
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a steady who says tourist numbers are up despite this year's festival being counseled the lure of woodstock remains unfettered we do get visitors and many people claim to have been a woodstock and. maybe they are. i think there was an article a number of years ago about the number of people who claim to have been at woodstock is probably closer to like 5000000 residents 5000. the number who attend it doesn't matter it's the legacy the festival holds for young and old alike and it's its 50th anniversary. plan.
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