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i mean it close the gap after they start the season with a draw everyone expects them to make the mock and shall they really up to it. thank god marco was and my sister santos fos have been close friends for many years they put their friendship on hold for 90 minutes as they face each other on the touchline for the very 1st time that could only be one winner. that and plenty more to come on this action packed edition of the bundesliga here on the w m that mechanic line let's get started now by munich at the top of our gender and it's been quite the week for the champions frowns of course after dropping points against has a big beaming smiles as they unveil philippic a cino at the beginning of the week the question everyone's lips with biden's new number 10 get the chance to make an impact again shaka. believe they could she stepped on to the pitch before kick off but then had to settle for a place on the big binds new a star is still catching up in terms of fitness but
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another big money signing did stop the guy 18000000 euro purchase lucas handed us. a shout of fans were in good voice and that team needed the encouragement the last time we know of a bind came 90 years ago. the match was slow to get going with the best chances coming from set pieces as so often robert live and also he was the 1st player to go close forcing aside from alexander new book. the tempo and when john jokingly felt kingsley kimo had the chance to take the lead from the spot at the made no mistake 120th minute. the host struggled to create real chances in response to a mom our school real flashed white a shock a look to level the schools but at half time bind held a slender lead after the break bond again profited from a shock a foul this time live in dulce he kills home a free kick the bundesliga is running top score and now scored in these last. 9
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games against the royal blue. pitching you know they might used to boot just before the hour mark he and brian had to contend with a brief shelter fight that one side felt they should have had a penalty for handful when these 3 kick can and off even on pair to sit. by and held on though and live in dusky sealed his hat trick in the 75th minute comfortable victory for the champions thanks to the ever reliable strike. by. a back in 2004 might secure their 1st ever promotion to the bundesliga and their coach of the time was none other than your club is claims that at the time they were 2 players in his squad that he thought stood out and would be future coaches turns out is a very good judge of character those 2 players i'll go with and sandwich mutts and today their coach of a month respectively and who isn't slots one chess team mates they were and they still are best mates just
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a couple of weeks ago their own holiday together with their families now it's back to the daily grind of the bundesliga for the very 1st time in their long friendship be facing each other on the touchline. the bundesliga is our own version of a buddy movie played out his marco holzer took his charges to says mines ahead of kick off it was all smiles between 2 former housemates who have known each other half their lives but on the pitch their players were all business got to have the 1st chance through much as terence had a mind to keep afloat he was up to the task. and shortly after the hosts took the late daniel present ski's free kick found rubbing choirs on the forward guided his header into the net to make it one nil in the 18th minute. first blood to shots early frustration for his old chum but with half an hour gone they were back on level terms after a goal mouth scramble steffen line a slam title equaliser. it was hardly the most attractive golf balls as team will
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ever score. but with bragging rights at stake that hardly mattered but half the time the match had become a true battle with mind to specially showing the coach's friendship spread to the pitch. the 2nd half started slightly until the visitors suddenly stopped into life in the 77th minute out of some play as daisy cutters somehow squirms past above to give blood that the lead above it was a gift a horse's side and they took full advantage just 2 minutes later a player turned provider releasing some assigning braille mbulelo who scored his 1st goal for the club. 31 munching got back on minds had no one. in their 1st clashes coaches was bested by the man who was best man at his wedding. uses more minutes a day where rosie will be happy with his boys understandably because they won and
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we're frustrated because we lost. might remain without a point while marco holzer can celebrate his 1st victory with got back at his best friend's expense. by another team that would plenty of 1st started life in the been listening with their 1st ever defeat and a match day 2 it was for the 1st as well in your 1st top flight away game 7 for behind in the 59th minute and out spoke with involved as that with the opener was this go it was celebrate he did. the next then to mislay sebastian anderson's gordon's maiden win this thing could go one of the final school when you will not have their 1st top flight point in the back of the bus now let's bring the recap of saturday's games to a close with 3 cracking matches 1st on the menu is oftentimes clash with braman both sides start the season with defeats and we'd be doing their utmost to avoid another does this game have go. i hope you'll sit comfortably for 3 minutes of.
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time versus braman was an action packed encounter visitors braman took the lead from a corner shortly before the break. i. often time equalized soon after the restart again from a corner defend a m m b h winning the aerial battle won all and hoffenheim didn't take long to strike again. making it to one after an hour played braman protested but the score was not offside. appeared to have levelled the score for braman but video replay proved he was guilty of handball. to make matters worse for this. second yellow card. but even a man down braman kept battling. levelled matters in the 81st minute
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i often haim had the last laugh however pavel cut a job back sealing 32 victory 5 minutes from time once again a header off a corner braman still haven't grabbed a point this season while new hoffenheim coach alfred's kreuger had a successful home debut. very happy of course and very proud of the guys. after beating braman on match day one just hoping to keep the ball rolling against labor but kevin faulk drove down the pitch and lewis baker put the ball into his own net in the 3rd minute not the start of the game the promoted side were looking for. half an hour later shot that made it to nil for laver close in the goal withstood a video replay check for ham ball contacted the chest not his arm. just 6 minutes later and once again made mincemeat of the just defense cut in belo ravi to
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increase the lead to 3 neil alford netted a consolation. in the winning minutes i believe because of their off to an ideal start to the campaign with 2 straight wins. freshly promoted better born came out with all guns blazing against fribourg. putting the hosts in the lead only 3 minutes in. fribourg only came alive after christiane handled the ball in the box. converting the ensuing penalty to make it one off i 5 minutes before half time took advantage of poor positioning by the batter born defense to put fribourg in front to one better born coach deafened baumgartner voiced his displeasure and earned a yellow card the 1st for a coach in league history in the final minute. tapped into round out the 31
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scoreline a perfect start to the campaign for fribourg. of course we're very happy to have this nice feeling and i think it's important to have 6 points. promoted patter born meanwhile have played their hearts out but failed to reap any reward. by. ever. team behind me a score to go except for shock at the top and that's also the most important results of the day as bond fans can breathe a sigh of relief they have their 1st win of the season 3 is the magic number for the team's hoffenheim leverkusen freiburg and open on friday they all scored 3 in their wins that's 26 goals so far but we can expect more on sunday matches in leipzig and in not so good weekend for defenders so far to say the least now it's early days in the new season but you have to love what the table throws you dormant of course at the top that's where they want to be but look at 2nd freiburg that's
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off the 2 wins on the trot by and they're in 4th but they could drop to 6 depending on how the match is and on sunday from position 12 down these teams of all play 2 games and have not have the best start the season is especially bad at the bottom for braman paddleboard cologne and mines. now that brings us to our play of the day as voted by you our viewers on twitter and the winner is robert lemmon dusky with 77 percent of the vote for his free kick against shaka to strike a sensational dead ball effort from 25 metres out was his and the game's 2nd he would go on to score a hatchet though and take his season tally to 5 this was his best effort by some way and it was your play of the day. that's all from us here on the pundits they go way back on sunday with the best action from leipzig best friend i'm fallin against false flag be sure to join me and my friend as they get x. bats and go through the match days talking points will leave you now with some of
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the best scenes from saturday's games for me and the rest the team here in berlin thank you and goodbye i. i. oh oh. i i i. i. i i. i. i.
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i. i i. take off my. brimming stadiums of sizzling stare decisis is the silence. was on. his got the best answer. we can see of the big leagues around the world and make a promise of playing some surprises in store. on the 77 percent of the talk about the issues that matter to. many young africans view providing for their families as an illness. but what
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happens if they barely able to feed themselves. young nigerian freeplay. in 60 minutes or. sometimes books more exciting than real life. raring to. go. once there is no escape. ritualised. german most streets. oh.
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he has a right to get really big your chain your buttons new star on loan from barcelona was embraced like a king of kings upon his bundesliga arrival we should be thrilled so should talks to us is that the abuse is a good time that we are made to feel this. executive skills the shorts and tank reinforce the record champion. would have time to head to the stadium just as millions do well by which they do himself the most spectators and why we should be told and we're pleasantly surprised these players are also surprised by the white. wizards magicians and staff coming up welcome to kickoff life. he is the new superstar billy philippe coaching you is the hottest transfer of the summer and his 1st team practice everyone was eager to see the brazilian in action especially sporting director has
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some solid average which is happy to have him and continue. to get close to use this morning. to change the course really had to be the fans are happy he's here is well as is the man whose number 10 shirt he inherits. this is a great footballer everyone knows that he's played for liverpool one bhosle a top quality guys to the top of his views drawer attack a very creative and he makes a lot of good forward passes i think it really helped us that we have thanks to continue opines slightly shaky self-confidence of light is back to normal this transfer ensures that the record champions are still right on track for their title ambitions. but i'm here to give it my best shot across the board still together with my team mates i want to help on try to win the bundesliga d.s.p. cup and the champions league. for this intervention by and paid an 8 and
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a half 1000000 euro loan fee to barcelona and have the options of buying him for $120000000.00 at the end of the season fresh from winning the cup america with brazil he's the 13th brazilian to sign up in leading. the. i discussed it with a few people especially tiago who's also got a zillion passports and speaks portuguese and spoke with as well. and heard a lot of good stuff from lucio who also played here. judging by the 1st training session and the other new colleagues seem to be settling in quickly. even paris synch midfielder. and defenders benjamin power and lucas and then by and invested almost 150000000 euros this summer. we are signing up 2 french world cup winners for a world cup finalists in either an parish church and
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a freshly baked copa america winner plus 2 very talented up and coming prospects i think that's a decent mix we're very satisfied with it. and coaching year they now have a world class playmaker said tee up the chances for 11 dark skin cars the number 10 shirt really says it all. started playing football and is a huge responsibility. starts a club with a great tradition and this was robin should for years. he set his own benchmark in football. yeah. it's a big responsibility. hopefully i can just knuckle down and fulfil it only expectations here. mayans brilliant brazilian is expected to make quite a splash in munich but how he fits into an eco coach's system remains to be seen. from the stars on the pitch to the fans in the stands which league stadiums have the highest attendance records and why we have the arts.
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imagine football without fans. absolutely unthinkable supporters are the heart and soul of the beautiful game but who are the most dedicated fans out there. everyone has their own opinion but what do the numbers say. which country has the best attendances which league attracts the most fans. we take a closer look. here at the top 50 links worldwide the international center for sport studies recently came up with a study and ranked match attendance by country and league the 1st big surprise is only 41st. a true footballing nation and sensational finalist of the
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2018 world cup. but the event ski national league doesn't reflect the international side success. only $2800.00 fans attend each game on average that's pretty poor and behind even england's 4th and germany's 3rd divisions but it's not that surprising if you take a closer look gracious a small country with a population of 4000000 illegal only has 10 clubs half the number europe's big leagues usually have. kind of splits and the only big names they have a city is rivalry which often results in clashes with police but that rivalry hasn't helped make the league competitive dinamo zagreb have been crowned champions in 9 of the last 10 seasons. let's move up and on to the next surprise in 13th place just ahead of russia and scotland is brazil.
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home of sugar benito nice to watch but not that successful the league doesn't even crack the top 10 with the stadiums empty and often in poor condition. in fact many brazilian stadiums are white elephants they were built for the 2014 world cup but since then they sat largely. over the past 5 years brazilian serial matches could only attract 17000 fans on average take fluminense say for example one of the most famous clubs with a massive following their home stadium american 80000 but only 15000 turn out what happens in football in brazil. it's complicated and it's about more than football for zille is in a state of political chaos the last 3 presidents were all involved in corruption scandals which in some cases even lead to jail time. and the new president jay and paul sonando is dividing the country even further. corruption is
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widespread in football the former president of brazil football confederation because don't take resigned under a cloud of allegations. brazilians are sick of it and it's affecting their love of the beautiful game ahead of the $24000.00 world cup people took to the streets to protest against corruption and the waste of taxpayers' money to stage football's most famous competition. polls taken ahead of the tournament suggested hoff of brazilians went even interested. in may 24th team 47 percent had little or no interest in the world cup 4 years later as head of the world cup in russia that figure rose to 63 percent devastating numbers for a country where football used to be a religion resilience of fallen out of love with the solid south they want as successful as they used to be and they're losing interest in the league because they can't afford to go to games anymore. ticket prices for
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big matches can range from $80.00 to $400.00 for city in hair eyes which is between 15 and 19 year olds the country's minimum wage has only just increased to $998.00 ai's per month. which you spend half your paycheck on just one game. you don't even get see brazil's most talented players because they all leave early to become stars in europe has legend zico put it is the brazilian league's big problem. essentially unless we stop the talent leaving the country we cannot revive football in brazil. let's break into the top 10 where we find germany's 2nd division. the 2nd bundesliga averages almost $19000.00 fans per match not bad that's better than the top divisions in big footballing countries like portugal and scotland why is that football has a long lasting tradition in germany and the 2nd division is
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a strong and well run league with many traditional clubs form a bonus league or winners and european champions trophy is the lakers have lucrative t.v. deals and is sold as the best 2nd division of all star a phrase that's been repeated so often by advertisers it's become a running gag among fans. just. as fans. next comes the netherlands and knight and above them the united states. for some stuff. it seems like the u.s. is finally falling in love with soccer after years of being a sleeping giant of course the women's team woke up long ago when a full walk outside those with sides full of superstars move. but now the men's game is on the rise to major league soccer's average attendance
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is already $21000.00 fans. in fact m.l.s. is the 2nd fastest growing league worldwide. and they have the cool kid on the block. atlantean i said they were founded in 2017 and there's unprecedented hype surrounding the club and their 2nd season atlantean ited won the m.l.s. type of and had more than 51000 fans watching week in week out. united have the 10th highest average attendance in world football beating out the likes of celtic i.x. and man city. who's next france's and 7 behind china who would have thought that. the chinese super league is not only attracting stars but also more and more fans and now we're into the top 5 with
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italy. italian football is not in good shape there are problems everywhere you look . for starters the stadiums still operating and falling apart most of them were built in the 1st half of the 20th century and have barely been renovated since. women and children rarely attend games in italy because of the violent ultras. diehard fans some of them fascists have a lot of power sometimes even pulling the strings behind the scenes clashes are not unusual but in 2009 the government crackdown and introduced the tests that are there to force. an i.d. card to identify fans which is checked by police or security at the stadium entrance this all led to a decline in fan attendance syriac games only attract $23000.00 fans on average that's less than the mexican league and the league in spain. italian football is
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not what it used to be back in the ninety's and early 2000 when italian teams dominated in europe. in the ninety's italian clubs broke the world transfer record 6 times syria was the go to league. serious stuff. times have changed. of course this guy bucks the trend christiane iran eldo has made you even stronger they're perhaps the only healthy club left in italy with their stadium regularly sold out but dominance is not good for the league it's all been canary have won syria 8 times in a rug. italy is in 5th place but has been overtaken as we already said quite mexico. but that shouldn't come as a surprise mexicans are football crazy. not only when it comes to their national team
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but with their league too. much days or a $360.00 degree experience of mexican culture family food and football. the mexican league is considered the strongest in north america and it is trial a competitive league m.x. has 2 tournament per season up to and closer with one champion crowned in summer and one in winter this is common in latin america in the past decade 10 different clubs have won 8 of the africa or closer. with $26000.00 fans league and meckstroth the largest average crowd of any football league in the americas. that's almost as good as spain. and la liga. time of the world's most famous clubs. and one of its greatest rivalries.
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the 3rd best attendance worldwide with 27000 fans on average. but spain has smaller teams and stadiums than england. the premier league draws $37000.00 fans on average the league. is followed worldwide and generates more than $2000000000.00 euros in television rights per year a record because we've. the premier league is undoubtedly the best marketed league in the world. some say it's also the best thanks to the stadiums. and the stars. but not when it comes to match attendance is. because number one is not the premier league but the german bundesliga. so why is the buddha's league in the clear winner. first of all tickets in germany
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are affordable that's probably the biggest difference of the premier league in the bundesliga the cheapest average match day ticket is just 15 euros in england it's $34.00 more than twice the price. in germany you can even get some tickets for less than 10 euros and it hurts a berlin kids under the age of 14 can get into the olympic stadium for free. but it's not just the cheap tickets. the main factor is germany's martin stadiums germany has state of the are arenas with huge capacities there simply bigger than the ones in england. was most of them were built renovated for the 2006 world cup. the whole country was excited about hosting the tournament which gave football already the most popular sport in germany an even bigger boost. and that's
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had an effect on the bundesliga as well some say germany has the best stadium atmosphere in europe definitely better than the premier. there is a longstanding tradition of fan culture and an active ultra scene in germany fans here have a saying. germany is the only top league in europe that has the 50 plus. one rule which means that club members hold a majority of voting rights thereby retaining overall control and protecting their club from the influence of external investors rule over many clubs in the premier league the bundesliga tracks more than 43000 fans on average 6000 more than any other league 5 german clubs are in the top 10 when it comes to highest average attendance dorman the top of the tree with 80000 fans on average even hamburg in stuttgart still attracts huge numbers despite being in the 2nd division. that's why germany has the best attended leagues in the world.
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quick question what is 24 times 48 no you can't calculate that in your head well we can't either but here is someone who can. we're talking about man well i can gee this way since a national at dortmund center back responsible for holding the back line alongside partner at smalls. he's one of germany's top center backs of recent news. i can definitely benefit from that experience. and also learn a lot just through helping each other out on the pitch but. we can also learn something from him because it turns out he has quite a knack for numbers that's mastermind manuel. it's. my father her father was always saying practice makes perfect. yeah it's just
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something i've been practicing since childhood this is before. i found it easy to work with numbers and take all sorts of things can number plays or whatever and do these calculations just for myself. since 2018 it's all working out at dortmund as well. she's what it. was. in his 2nd full season at the club i can't he has a nailed down place in coach lucy and 5 is planning. and with his teammates he's also forged true friendships. away from the pitch i get on especially well with you like you were inviting we went away on holiday together with our wives i also do a lot with marco royce again no wives just get along very well and so the way. friends and friendly rivals dortmund have an exceptionally strong squad with only so many starting places up for grabs. your club and i'm here with
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a lot of players at the moment so there's more competition all around. you season for everyone we all have to earn our place. he's been busy earning he's already starting in the super cup against with that last gasp rescue. to me and i. just. can't get the stabilizing influence strong in the tackle precise in his passing and incredible with those numbers and. it. still is just. some point i knew would ask my heart here i already know i want 83 times 20 years so i just trot out the rest and that's it really so. i. can definitely count on enough let's now introduce you to the new goalkeeper in the
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bundesliga an american who's already off to a great start. when his clubs are on he means business. i have some personal rituals i put my life. i left cleat on before my right every time just feels right and feels good and can get turned into the. horn in the usa and now running his keep in the bundesliga sack stephan the us national team keep put is fresh. and very happy about it. it's amazing that such a strongly one of the best leagues in the world and just trying to enjoy it has done is no stranger to german football having spent 2 years up to 2016 at freiburg . back then he didn't make it past the reserves but he learned plenty from the former freiburg he thought now plying his trade for dortmund. like remember you
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know i was wrong very quick enough when i like the style of play he's good with this. stuff and was signed this summer by manchester city and promptly loaned out to dismantle for the season. then you know one actually prefers the number 24 and on march to 1 of his previous senses in the national side. when they asked me what number i want to pick i saw 24 i just thought of tim howard he was my role model and still is i just remember watching him as much as i could. making a string of saves in his top flight debut against braman steffen helps get this will go through winning starts what are his goals for the rest of the season. expecting to keep the team game make saves i need to make do my job and you know i want to keep as many shots as i can. welcome to the book this league is that correct it's up we leave you with a story about football and friendship and even your club is
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a part of it. that much takes 2 features one of the season's most curious contests mights coach sandra shots versus munching. the 2 cars. his have lots more in common their prowess for tactical scheming in fact they a long time best friends with a similar past as players at mines but when their respective sides face off on the pitch comes 1st. that it was good those were the early days now there's a new twist to their relationship. before looking forward to it it's certainly an unusual situation. something else for our parents as well sitting at the stadium with their sons jumping around on the touchline. because these 2 are more than just football parties for 2 years shots and also housemates that was well over
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a decade ago in mines a communal existence with its own occasional problems like an empty fridge. the clock it's a tragedy. nice and no one wants to drive to the petrol station to get something to drink. just brush your teeth and try to get to sleep quickly. their mentor back in the day long time might coach you can clock the same spot 15 years down the line in the footsteps of a famous pretty to set shots and also learn the basics tools of a future trait on the clock you have them both down to the big things but it was soon obvious there are great characters natural leaders with every chance of succeeding in this line of work. i'm delighted for the pair of them it's just great . each worked his way through a huge level coaching apprenticeship now that rivals in the bundesliga it's over 10 years since they played together on the club but. still giving us good advice and.
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we keep in touch i need some advice again recently. he's got more experience. back to the era of house sharing the friendship deepens each he's now got father to the other's children and also was best man of his wedding one particularly precious sporting memory promotions of the bundesliga with months in 2004. 2 as players they've already faced each other in 2007 nights with mike's plate be spotted they were still living together at the time. what we call with i was there was a room about men even though we really relationship. now it's common knowledge sometimes married with 2 kids and i'm going to daughter that should end the speculation he's not married. around the house also was the creative free spirits which shot sticking to the basics. of a short of a tidying up i can give myself
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a pat on the back i was definitely better if it was. when it came to preparing food and cooking call for. takes it on points easily and now it's time for a domestic tussle in the bundesliga virtually a family affair. probably. the friendship on ice for 90 minutes but. then we're best friends again this for. us so brothers writing it does leave your side story thanks for watching see you next week.
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50 nations 50 stories and 15 very personal tips from berlin's very best features. book now planted firmly in our hero max series every week on d w. where i come from we have to fight for a free press i was born and raised in a military dictatorship with just one t.v. shadow and if you newspapers when official information as a journalist i have worked on the streets of many canvassed and they have problems are almost the same for doing the social inequality a lack of the freedom of the press and corruption who can afford to stay silent when it comes to the fans of the humans and seem right to fold who have decided to
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put their trust in us. my name is jim curtis and i work a day darwinian. this is d w news life from world leaders meeting in france a split on how to deal with iran will trump backs away from the g 7 is attempting to make france the go between as the west tries to reign in terror on its nuclear ambitions also coming up violence flares again on the streets of hong kong most
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pro-democracy activists press that a monster remained independent china protesters clashed with police in a 12th straight weekend of demonstrations with a lifestyle correspondent. and in being put to sleep i am not shocked that 1st win of the season was a hat trick by robin duffy proves too much for shutting down. i'm on you tube as mckinnon thanks for joining us putting a stop to iran's nuclear program has emerged as one of the most divisive issues for g 7 leaders meeting in berets and from french president emanuel mccall says the leaders have agreed he should send a message to iran in the name of the g. 7 however when u.s. president donald trump was asked if he had agreed to it he told reporters he hadn't discussed it with trump made the comment as
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a meeting with japanese prime minister shinzo abbay japan has recently reached out to iran with through the u.s. from the iran nuclear court last year here's what trump had to say about approaches to iran well we'll do our rules but you know we can't stop people from talking to they want to talk they can talk. are you now do matters joins us from the summit in berets now the g 7 have mandated mccaughan to send a message to iran but really doesn't seem own borders. exactly oh we've seen that before that kind of communication strategy of donald trump if you want to call it is a strategy at all really is that on the one hand you have diplomats saying that everyone is on one page all the 7 have agreed that my call should start sending a message to iran and then while you're still working what i did with her can
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number of colleagues on what exactly that message is what the french president prepared very well for the topic of iran meeting before hand with the foreign minister making a phone call with the iranian president and so we expected something on that front but while we were still working out what that message is we learned that donald trump said he never agree to any sort of that message all right now trade all 7 very important topic at this g. 7 but donald trump is denying that the u.s. trade with china has been an issue during these talks let's have a quick listen to what he had to say. i am sure you. know. we spent 3 years to. be. very. sure of what i'm sure might as well have you thought. you were 2nd thoughts about everything. second thoughts about everything so present denying that he's under any
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pressure of the u.s. trade war with china how much do you think it's really effective proceedings today . it's a huge problem of course because already the fact that the 2 biggest world economies china and the u.s. are at war with each other in a tit for tat war over trade and trade tariffs has economic effects already in the other economies some on the edge of recession and so this is a big concern and also you have to understand that the g 7 actually should be the forum to results trade conflicts to draw up the rules of how trade is conducted in the future and that is crucial because at the end of the day everyone agrees when it comes to china that china and that new rules have to be created for an economy that is strong on exports but that is subsidizing its companies a bad cold throwing cheap product on the market now how to deal with that the g 7
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would be the ideal forum drew to work something out about it's just not happening all right matt is reporting from barrett thanks very much. violence has again fled in hong kong as pro-democracy activists take to the streets for a 12th straight weekend of protests police have fired tear gas and used water cannons to force back protesters crowds are once more massing to press their demands to maintain the territories independence from china earlier protests also focused on what demonstrators are calling state surveillance. and charlotte health and covering those protests for us and she joins us now on the line from hong kong charlotte there are protesters out on the streets again today how is the situation the way you are. says price multiple rounds of takeout have been fired at protesters today we spend about an hour perhaps
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a bit more stuck inside a shopping arcade processes barricades and so inside they were trying to escape from the chaika we've been following for say what today has been treated all those affected we saw young children we saw the elderly or having to sit on the on the floor of schools is that isaac being treated for the effects. to take people also sheltering from those reports that water cannon was putting fi on the streets just outside we have been hearing that those water cannon where you saw where we were there was an overload of confusion about what was going on it was extremely so rio you saw. these restaurants plates abandoned where people had had got away from the take as quickly as possible people going up the escalator setting off the fire alarms as well trying to trying to essentially the fire brigade it would seem to get somehow to the shopping center that soul come down with following those 1st aid is on to an area where dozens of processes it pays to have gathered but this in
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terms of how these nights on fold and these are on the weekend this is still relatively early we're expecting these protests to go into several hours into the evening despite the fact that it is absolutely coring it was raining here and here it's been a possibly to about why this was the kind and was deployed full to such time in a separate democracy movement because taken simply isn't as effective in the right ok so no less up in the protests is a determination now hong kong is seeing 2 different protests today tell us about the messages that these activists are trying to send. well the one that we've just been out whether these clashes stayed on phone was another and a long list to spread democracy protesters out here on that we saw something slightly different we saw the police. protesting people that we spoke to said that they were that to defend these offices who they said one to using excessive force.
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protesting long accused of doing to being streaming heavy handling in the heavy handling in the treatment of these processes we also had to titian with that was open to also already calling for them to launch an independent investigation into the police again not one of 5 key them on that it's now been issued by those protesters all right shall not shall compel reporting from hong kong for us thanks so much. now tens of thousands have marched against racism in the east and german city of dresden the far right all tons have a gemini posse is poised to make big advances in regional elections land next week and the gains are likely to come at the expense of mainstream policies including chancellor angela merkel's christian democrats. c with all eyes turning to section
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8 this is what many here wanted to see droves of people from both in and out of state converging on the capital dresden a demonstration against racism and the far right. president has long been a flashpoint right that any politics in germany the 2nd world war allied bombing like the city killing tens of thousands of civilians far right and me of nazi group to use this mystery surrounding rock it was here interested in 2018 the dislodgement nationalist group again it was mounted and it's here processing to get these anti migrant to the german curse my point was that the most residents and. that's why groups from across german civil society and the political spectrum descended on dresden to show there is more to saxony than racism populism and fear they call their embroil a movement for the tile bar into visible. city sitting on process than it is a show there's a climate of patriotism but also so many people who stand for solidarity and other
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ways of living and that's what we want to show we want to bring these people together on the streets to come to the solution part they can be hard sometimes in everyday life they're not the structures in my town of boats and the refugees and people on the left get attacked it's a problem but. this is the prize the seat of sex and his government next weekend voters decide who will lead it polls show the far right a.f.d. running a strong 2nd still it's unlikely they'll end up in power that's because no other party has agreed. work with them but what a coalition without the if the might look like is anyone's guess. no one from the a.f.p. agreed to comment for this story but the poles their posters and their platform suggest a politically savvy campaign built on a sense of loss of power status and identity that many in this state in former east germany say they feel. people here are proud of their state its history and traditions that pride is up for grabs whether on the streets of dresden or soon in
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voting booths around saxony move to. sports now and football in the bundesliga by onion it not stop death us win of the season with and way win at new signing city continue made his 1st appearance at the hero was an old favorite. philippe could she stepped onto the pitch before kick off but then had to settle for a place on the big binds he was stuck still catching up in terms of fitness but another big money sunning did stop the guy 18000000 euro purchase lucas handed us. a shout the fans were in good voice and that team needed the encouragement the last time we know of a vine came no i mean he is a god. the match was slow to get going with the best chances coming from state pieces as so often robert live in golf he was the 1st player to go close forcing
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a say from alexander new book by an up the tempo and when john jokingly felt kingsley kimo had the chance to take the lead from the spot and else he made no mistake one nil 20th minute. the host struggled to create real chances in response to a mom or squirrel flashed why the shock a look to level the schools but a half time bomb held a slender lead after the break bond again profited from a shock of foul this time live in dulce he kills home the free kick the bundesliga is running top score and now scored in these last 9 games against the. royal blues oh. they might ease the boot just before the hour mark he and brian had to contend with a brief show to find that one side folk they should've had a penalty to hand through when destry kick can and often perilous each. bar and. live and also be sealed his hat trick in the 75th minute comfortable victory for
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the champions thanks to the ever reliable strike. right let's take a look now at all the bundesliga results so far on match day 2 as we just saw that by and munich made easy was of shy hoffenheim won a 3 legged spray mn laver coups and dominated just slid off had no problem with 9 outs for count on your own berlin shared the spoils and freiburg downed newly promoted pot of own as don't win against cologne on friday on sunday lights face frankfurt and had to take on. what all those results mean for the bundesliga table while dortmund is still on top freiburg make a surprise jump to 2nd place followed by live a cruise in and by and munich in the bus and hoffenheim advance as do okes book and after that droll and mind and now that last. now one of american football's biggest stars andrew luck is retiring from professional sports at the age of just 29 the
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quarterback for the into indianapolis colts has been plagued by a series of injuries over the last 40 is he seen as one of the most talented and best paid players in the national football league is what he said just days before the n.f.l. season kicks off. from stolen pride and i've been in this cycle for trolls like. it's been 4 years of this and repair and rehab cycle and for me to move forward in my wife the way i want to. it doesn't involve football. elise expects he says it was injured during the gulf tour championship in atlanta georgia jury pools because of bad weather. they were hit by fooling debris from a lightning strike 1st responders arrived quickly and reported no life threatening injuries but the p.g.a. suspended play for the rest of the day. dramatic scenes that
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you're watching news line from berlin coming up next in moscow a motorway is being planned just across from a nuclear waste dump and environmentalists are sounding the alarm that's on stories coming up in just a moment i'll be back at the top of the hour with more world news and don't forget you can always get the latest news and information around the clock on the website . for now in behalf of the whole team here in berlin thanks so much for watching. as so as europe the european is in crisis. its 2000. suture you will meet champions young champions.
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playing for activists who are country. players pleasure to train to. do they stand a chance. and they save the european idea. look i'm here to stand up for european values and contribute to something important absolutely. the future of europe starts september 2nd on d w. place this week on the world stories. really jews could soon be underwater. berlin's open gardens for you see the action
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. but we start in russia where a new highway used to be built through an area in the south of moscow the problem was during the soviet era radioactive waste was dumped here locals and environmentalists are sounding the alarm dangerous levels of radiation that's what nuclear physicist andrea shut off his radiation counter tells him every time here moscow's pauli metals factory started dumping nuclear waste on the scale in the 1940 s. and fifty's when the area in the south of moscow wasn't yet part of the city so far the radioactive material is contained under a layer of clay but the activist insists that the plant highway could cut straight through the nuclear waste. they might start digging up the soil and moving it around without taking into account that is contaminated it will be released into the atmosphere and anyone who prays that song will get radioactive nuclei into their lungs. he has been giving informal tours of the spot to journalists and
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locals. local residents like are worried about what could end up in the river and in their lungs. if you know that this nuclear waste to say about they aren't going to touch it then it's not to worrying but knowing that they're going to build a right here and all this waste can slip down the hill that's really scary. says locals have always known about the nuclear waste in their neighborhood the site is partially closed off but the riverside nearby is popular with the residents. of view from above shows just how urban the area is the nuclear waste site is slotted between a park and moscow's main river the mosque now the plan is to build a fly over parallel to the railway bridge here construction is slated to begin later this year the city says the new road will ease traffic in moscow and they insist that construction is safe and effective but the people of both of them with
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the soil will not be disturbed. by support for the flyover will be built here its foundations will be up to 5 meters below the surface we've carried out studies of the sort of at that depth and there were no radiation measurements above the norm that on the road one touch the ground here. could put people in the area don't believe the author already they recently held a protest against the highway which people here see as the latest sign their government just doesn't care about the signs here death and warn of a 2nd term noble catastrophe. on the lives in the high rise apartments across from the plant construction she grew up here and has been fighting the highway since march. from my point of view they are committing a crime against the residents who live here i don't know whose interests are driving them but they are in no way considering our interests. sure that we're going through the frustration here is palpable but the other protesters want to
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keep fighting with petitions and protests to make sure their homes and their city stay safe. our next story takes us to be u.k. where residents of the world's coastal village of farmar are feeling the effects of climate change the sea is coming ever closer now residents are being told they don't have to leave their homes. mike russell has the sea right on his doorstep he's a dedicated angler who's lived on the coast of wales for over 40 years. right now the irish sea is bright and shiny but the people here have seen their share of storm surges. my house stands right behind this dike it's held firm against wind and tide so far. it's hard to realize that. with rising sea levels all this could be gone.
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they say in as little as 50 years it's hard to believe. cerebral is a seaside village of about a 1000 people and say the experts doomed by climate change several 1000000 pounds have gone into building downs and dikes to protect the houses from the sea. but now the welsh authorities are throwing in the towel and calling on the villages to find new homes. when measuring the sea levels in the area across the north wales coast i'm way off finding evidence the sea levels are rising that reality and so before and it's just for happens before anything big happens we really really need to be making sure that people are aware of those risks and that we're talking to them and involving them in. but what solutions can there possibly be mike and his partner see their lives their home and lots of money at stake in
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the region well the situation where it's not a symbol for them as pensioners to buy a new house elsewhere they feel the state has left them on their own 25 years in the future the fact is that they have no answers for us they can't tell us where to go to move us they can't tell us when they're going to move us there is no financial support no compensation or tool and the sting in the tail to the us is if they insist that everybody moves out. they would expect michael leiter to pay for the demolishment arts his hopes. it's true that fairborn won't be the only town to face imminent danger in coming years. over 30 communities in wales a dealing with erosion and flooding from rising seas. and infrastructure such as rail and power lines and roads are also at risk climate experts say it's
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a massive financial time bomb for britain's coasts i the residents of fairborn complain that everyone simply passing the buck mike and angela say the prospect of a forced evacuation is always hanging over their heads they're just hoping they can stay in their current house as long as they possibly can. cambodia is drowning in plastic waste welcome borden's themselves are responsible for much of it dozens of illegal containers filled with plastic waste from overseas were recently discovered their trash will not be sent back to where it came from. the water in this dream can hardly move its stuff for the plastic and it isn't an isolated case. plastic piles up on phnom penh streets in fact cambodia's capital city is littered with plastic waste.
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the plastic tied starts to rise at 5 am in the street markets it's the packaging of choice for these traders and it spreads across the city as their goods are sold and distributed discarded plastic is simply swept to one side and whatever is left there just days there. was. the market traders all use plastic because it's best fish and vegetable merchants use plastic because it protects their goods from rain and damage. with a population of 5000000 phnom penh accumulates 3000 tons of garbage every day waste disposal workers are simply overwhelmed by the amount. and because there is no kind of rubbish separation it's all mixed up gangs of scavengers go through the waste at night to find any recyclable plastic waste.
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in cambodia only about 20 percent of plastic waste is recycled the rest ends up in landfill or strewn around the countryside. but that's not all $83.00 sea containers full of plastic waste have been found at the port of. they were there for months without being picked up so customs of dorothy's opened them to find that they were full of illegally imported plastic waste from the usa and canada customs of dorothy's want to take action against the perpetrators. you get which. can be. fun to. cambodia can't cope with even more waste coming from abroad the country already
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looks like a garbage dump in many places and while some private initiatives are trying to tackle the waste even they don't know where to put all this plastic. story takes us to germany for many milliners there are large print garden is like a 2nd bomb but these greens producers are increasingly dangerous they are supposed to make way for housing in schools which the german capital also desperately needs . if you know the. lovely these allotment gardeners are happy when their tomato plants their fruit. it's paradise to the kluges who have been tending watering and harvesting here for 32 years. and. we're actually here every day almost without fail when we're done with everything else the housework all the doctor's visits you can find us here who. don't want to hear
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from you for the clue it's the plot a half leased from the city is their 2nd home they pay $300.00 euros a year for it many other hobby gardeners do the same there are 70000 such a lot mens' in building alone more than any other european city. with a clue that plot is part of an allotment colony that is surrounded by apartment buildings the land is sought after the city wants to build a school here and the garden is designated to be torn up to make room so will their black berry hatch be dug up by a bulldozer but the glutes are very upset. no limbs what would be losing here is the quality of life. i don't know what will do them a moment wisely can only. do for other allotment colonies are also slated for destruction land is limited in the growing german capital which is why the city
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sees no other option than to sacrifice some of the green spaces. voiding i got a new car we don't want to make life difficult for allotment gardeners but will need to repurpose some of them in the coming years because berlin is a growing city that needs space for schools daycare centers and sports grounds and a few allotment gardens about one percent did have to make way for those plans in the years ahead by. the kluges intend to fight. they have joined forces with their neighbors in the colony. they agree that schools are important but feel they should not necessarily be built here. the allotment garden colony has already been squeezed to make way for apartment buildings once before now it could completely disappear the end off a 102 year old green oasis. place
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. on the 77 percent we talk about all the issues that matter. many young africans view providing for their families as an owner. did what happens if they barely able to feed themselves. one is young nigerian freeplay. next to w. . bush strong women in africa. the battle against horrific violence. physical and sexual abuse and cool tradition. in many countries in africa women and girls are still subject
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to terrify atrocities. but. finding. you anything with your feet to make. your. mind. how low everybody and what south africa this is reserve and the 7 percent that show for africa's you one jacomo are. coming out for you on today's program edu came and he heads to south africa to
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speak with the youth about the so-called black top that is having to help their families financially even those with barely enough to feed their own feel. you know these are the thought when we take a ride in a taxi which is presuppositions to pregnant women. and we explode by the back of capital antananarivo to the lines of to feed andrea. oh fosse report is on an issue that affects many young africans it's not uncommon for us young working people to financially support our parents and siblings sometimes even now extended families and many are happy to do eat because it's always nice to give something but right but what happens if you don't on enough money to support yourself and your family are if it's stopping you from realizing your dreams. we met a young man in nigeria who has what he's life on hold to help his family.
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getting ready in the morning without running water isn't uncommon in many parts of lagos all abandoned solomon all of corn has to make the most out of his 5 metre square room. he works in a small saloon giving money curious and pedicures. i'm very close it is out and i say do something so if you're going to get ready he can't afford to lose another client it's the rainy season and business is slow but that doesn't stop the messages from home his family still asks him for money i get a message from my sister about our school fees. so they see me from one of the hair of the cloth i will never do it for your kids to go to school is fine his salary changes every month depending on how many customers he gets in a good month he might and about $600.00 euros about half of this goes to his family
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i dislike it i don't like it but. you are trying to stop me doing just the present but i know it's not supposed to be like that on his way to work on a bungee visits his father he lives alone and lost his job a few years ago but thanks to his son he still gets a warm meal every day without his son support he says he wouldn't survive. a. life through right now on the bangi is unable to build his own life or start a family in nigeria people like him a cold to the sandwich generation he's stuck in the middle taking care of the older generation while also wanting to raise a family of his own. needs 3 to 4 clients a day to a decent wage but today he has only hunt planned this client understands all
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abundance their limit which affects many nigerians very unfair but i know that the whole family problem the problem lies with the government only issue you've got the government we do not have this issue welfare system here so people especially those i really wasn't especially working profit most affected by this if you grew up owning the least amount. this billboard promises a different reality retired to a life of value it's for an insurance company advertizing private pensions but even those who earn a good wage can't afford to put money away for their retirement. cimzia on his way to circuit training during the week he works in a bank just like other bungee he supports his parents financially but luckily he and enough money to support himself too. i feel privileged because i have a very strong sense of attachments was my family. that's my perspective i believe that they've done so much for me it's a way for me to give back to the family is
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a way for me to leave the country betrayed lifestyle. and what if he. he has children someday should parents support him too if. i have to depend. on my children for. many young africans are happy to support their families when they need it but for some it's a heavy weight on their shoulders. it's a tricky topic for sure a weak social welfare system is just one of the reasons why many africans have little choice but to send money home to their families in solid africa this phenomenon is known as black tax there the minimum wage is about $215.00 euros a month compared to $75.00 euros in nigeria for example it just goes to show even the strongest economy isn't immune to black tux our reporter traveled to
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johannesburg to find out how young professionals are dealing with topics other constable helping out their families or does it place too much pressure on them. the 77 percent is in south africa this week and we're here to investigate a phenomenon that's experienced really across the continent the idea of a black tax what is it what does it mean and what could it mean for the future luckily for us we have a really cool crowd here who are going to help us answer that question and i want to begin with. actually wrote extensively about this it was your thesis if i'm not mistaken so maybe just set the tone for us what is this black tax and is it exclusive to people in the black race takes is such the big elephant in the room when it comes to africa and comes to the african continent as a whole so we use black text as a color a colloquial term to describe the money that is fucked up by young professionals to
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help at home is it exclusive to black people or is it people of color or is it experienced across all you know spectrums statistics have shown that it is predominant in the black community more than in white communities and the rest of other races ok so we have a group of young professionals here and i just want to see by show of hands how many of you have experienced what we're talking about this black tux the idea that you paid back to your family so see you also raise your hand can you tell me how it affects you on up on a regular basis like when you get your money at the end of the month what are you thinking when i get my man at the end of the man something in life i have fees to pay i have rein to pay but then at the same time you're like oh no i have still have to give back money to my family at home and then now you have to go through a lot it is see how much money do you have lived because sometimes they feel like it's too little so you have to give more but sometimes you don't have that more but you like a king my family let me help out but sometimes you give because you have to not
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because you want to i want to go to see who is right here i think would describe him as a social commentator is this a responsibility or is it a burden really depends on how you want to look at it if you're giving money back. your family because they need that money is not a bad thing or a good thing right most people would say it's a good thing but the tax aspect is the idea that you as a young person who's finally getting the opportunity getting your 1st paycheck are not allowed to contribution fully to your own development so right now it's sounding rather depressing and it's also sounding like it's a moral issue but somebody watching from europe might think but you can just say no . saying no is hard because the 1st thing they're going to tell you is that we made you who you are so you also thing off that my family did this and this and this and that the least i can do is give back but i know that it also has psychological and sometimes emotional pressure and you have yo you're nodding it can cause depression some people have experienced depression because of lack techs yes i know
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a friend who has been severely depressed and has collapsed at work because of it when you think that you are working so hard but you yourself you have nothing to show for it but you're at work every day from 8 till 5 but that's when they ask you what are you doing with your money they will just what are you doing with your money this is a question that i hear a lot of because what does this do to the social fabric of a nation such as this one so i like the coms that have been made right but at some point you have to take our lives our own hands and say government is tapped out the tax base of the country is so small you can get more money out of government so the question is to the point there how do you become creative as a young person so $1.00 way is do you have to pay your tax every single month what happens if you say no really tell me what happens if you say no have you ever tried to say no i tried to say no but then there are your parents will disown me if you say no the will tell you. we have raise you we paid for you for your fees and all
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that but then why would you do that why don't you pay us back ok so fear of being disowned any other comments from the site you. i said no for the 1st time in my life when i refused to pay the tax i was banished somehow in the family. my uncles would get comments such as what's your problem what's what's with you. what's your problem return back home there's no need for you to anymore there's no point for us because now it's like you you've 10 peg. right yeah yeah ok now so if he's in love is starting to be questioned is being questioned like best i think because of now it's. ok yes you are spending your incomes this. however you helping you're touching the family in this way and that way but then i think the level of satisfaction that is demanded from black tags does at some point
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resonate with the concept of love being questioned from then on do you think our parents relatives sisters uncles are aware of the things that we're discussing here african parents make it look like they are protecting us they make it look like they are living is there actually covering this whole thing in the temp spirit of humanity but when it's actually embedded in i think the nor and it but maybe for their own conscience and to try and convince us otherwise humanity ok how do we make sure that our children are not here with another edith q money discussing the same thing i mean it's difficult the 1st thing is. do you want your children to be paying you 40 years from now the question is do you have to give the money back to your family in the terms of money doesn't have to be 3500 rand that goes into the account every month how can you say this money can only be used for education and
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always thinking about it because of we're not thinking about that we're going to end up in a situation where our children will be lecturing us to say. why am i still paying this tax so. be a little bit more assertive rethink ways of spending and stretching that money and perhaps even sending non-cash benefits how else to break from the cycle it's a tricky situation edith because yes ideally in the real world we can come back to black text by saving but the blood tax keeps circulating and rotating so if i don't save years if if i don't save then my son should look after me when i'm older because i don't have enough money to save for my pension so can we come back to that the stage i don't think so ok let me finish with sia do you feel like you have more agency when it comes to this issue and i do but at some point i do not because we come from different families some families can and has then when you say no but in some cases some of us are actually irresponsible because you get your
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money for the 1st time and you're like oh ya i have a must have an expensive car must have an expensive apartment then when you're going in that month in you're like oh no i made all this but you can find cheaper things that you can actually use and money too so you can have money to save and give to your family at the end of the day so i do have but i do not have the question was asked can africa overcome the so-called black tax burden and i think the conversation here has told us that maybe and maybe not either way thank you for watching. thanks as always for bringing us that debate and to all participants as well it's a delicate discussion for a lot of people if that topic hit home for you you can watch a longer version of that debate on our you tube channel. i want to bet made at least one point clear people are almost always willing to help those who need it
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that brings us to our next report toward rosabelle high drives a taxi. but he's no ordinary cab driver he offers transport to pregnant women in at least alberta free of charge let's meet him now. how is this for service man he's in the final stages of pregnancy and taxi driver to work. is offering her a free ride to happening to mentor the cleaning. my husband got to take his mobile number and called him he brought me to the health center yesterday night too he stayed there with us for a long time and took us back home he took me to the clinic again for ultrasound check up in the morning and to what. has been offering a free service for pregnant women in at least a bit about since 2016 so what prompted this taxi driver to start turning out free rides it all began with a might toward russell never forget. it was $230.00.
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minute i saw a pregnant woman and her husband on the streets. they were begging for grave us to stop and take them to hospital we pulled over the lady who was in labor we drove in the house but she had the baby and you know what. that. and the bet get met is also great for 2 wardrobes kindness she often thinks of the taxidriver when she's 3 month old daughter. i got the news on that though wouldn't let him but i gave birth and i wasn't there health center when my husband called him. up he dropped everything to come and take us back home since then we have spoken often on the phone. so lonely about his job and he has told us many things has 0 to get the here period whenever he calls us he checks up on my health. you're taking. giving birth here can be dangerous. health facilities and hospitals often
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overstretched and difficult to get to. and most of the most. obvious is if you are adequate it is impossible to say that the service doesn't even cover 5 percent of the country so it's not enough to bug out about it and the drivers are taking note of toward his generosity. as an amazing personality and he should keep going i think it would be even better if you could get someone to support his good deeds have to work trust quite a reputation in town this group of students recognize him in the street as you know how can you afford to do this and as far as possible i try my best to help women in meet with the a prick not in labor anyone who wants to go for a check up i just give them a free right to moderate gets back to work who knows when he will get his next call
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from a mother to be in need of his help. what a kind soul being pregnant and having a baby is a beautiful thing for many women around the world but in order to get pregnant something else must end 1st which with the right person and at the right time can also be beautiful yes i'm talking about his calves our resident sex and relationship expert with a straight. hello there and welcome to the spread a safe space where we get to discuss everything sex and relationships today our question comes all the way from zimbabwe and our sister is asking cabs i absolutely love this show thank you so much for helping many of us my name is could i have this problem like many women i have never experienced the ever so coveted and
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desired orgasm i have googled and searched and tried the recommended solutions but so far nothing my boyfriend is threatening to leave me because of it what should i do let's start with the last part of your problem but 1st if your boyfriend is threatening to leave you because of this chances are he has some deep rooted insecurities that he's trying to place on you my opinion he's definitely not worth it now that we've got that out of the way let's get to the root of your problem 1st of all you're right over 70 percent of women are unable to orgasm during penetrative sex this is sometimes known as the pleasure gap and even though it is a loose term it carries a lot of weight to it unfortunately women in africa haven't really been taught about the importance of pleasure for the most part conversations around sex still focus on procreation motherhood and saving yourself for the one so lessons on pleasure especially self pleasure and of being ignored my 1st piece of advice to you would be stop spending so much of your time and energy researching orgasms on
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the internet and research on your body instead we don't always know how to pleasure ourselves or find our erogenous zones simply because of a fear that was instilled in us when we were young so ask yourself how is it that you expect somebody else to turn you on when you yourself have no idea my suggestion is get to know yourself a little better use a vibrator or any other toy anything that makes you feel good be intentional about it that way you can easily guide your partner to those areas that make you smile of course another. problem that always gets stuck in a rut in the bedroom we can't switch our brains of we're always thinking about things like bills are the kids are asleep can they hear us and this can be so distracting so here are a few tips on how you can help keep your mind off every day things spend more time alone with your partner disengaging from everyday life sending each other sexy text messages throughout the day ask your partner to give you
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a relaxing massage and last but not least try to enjoy sex without the end goal of the orgasm just focus on the pleasure that each touch brings and remember it's not your fault because you haven't had an orgasm it'll come from a cab but. well from zimbabwe i hope you got bounced as you were looking for and now it's time to pack all bags for an island get away we're heading to madagascar photographers to feed andrea and takes us on a discovery tour through his city and tananarive. my name and i'm a fool to let me. this city is built on a beautiful ruling and to the memories with me into this. house and why our what an understatement with 1500000 inhabitants but i guess because come to think
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is the undisputed cultural and economic heart of the island to feed on the people and the streets of tunnels the particular subjects were a curious photographer. like. we are headed to which has the. vision. and. so feed grew up in this lively streets and knows every new cranny. and one thing's for sure he's not wrong about the view. but as a photographer he wants to show the ugly side of his city too it's a one way for him to speak his mind about the country's politics a time out before in term of corruption has grown ever since of course the problem . is the same people in power who don't do anything crazy don't history she
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said. in the fall yell for the. world to give us a sense of what daily life is like for most people in and turn and the river for feet under it takes us down into the under water here people leave from warsaw as one between the heels that has to offer. into 16 to feed andrea and set up a crowdfunding come pain to build an education center for kids here michael newdow he said leave. it leave you know to dr. saunders awful if you are poor in most cases their parents don't hire the time or the means to send them to school that's why we take them here to educate them and to give them the chance to go to school after wards. shows focus what i'd really call aussies home regionally until the river was built on to rain in areas people
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lived in the dry heaves and grew rice in the swampy lowlands but over the past 50 years the city has grown so rapidly that more and more rice foods have morphed into residential neighborhoods like angelica this is don't have the best reputation when you consider and just because i know the area plus $1008.00 but it would have all these camera feed and real hopes to change this perception of the. that means. people begin to understand what it's like. to spread. the work in the. cover you know. as much as to feed and really love the picturesque streets on the mountain tops of tana his photography as i drove him down to the heights of the water where life
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happened it's a little picture perfect life but to the health of locals like the feet under and these are hopes that things are on the up in time now life through a lens what did you think of that report if you have any suggestions ideas all feedback for us you can connect with us via email or on the d.w. offical facebook page that's it from us today but before you go away here is a sneak peek at our next program. this time he came on he is in germany for next. speaking with young people in 1000000000 about their experience in the past. and cannon ball drop on the at t.c.s. has struggled with identity and with. thank you so much for tuning in but you know the drill before we go here's a bit of music for you you straight out of tanzania this is about nessa and dean
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subscribe to the documentary on youtube. lysaght she said meeting. some of the agenda notable inequality the crisis with iran and international trade. of donald trump spent with his host french president and the trade war with china can derail everything. the british prime minister might use the occasion for his great press a chance. reporting from the g 7 meeting in p.r. it's life for d.w.i. news. people cite for some politics out of luck when there's a flood the water comes up to our waist when you close fast to everyone but. the lack of water is equally dangerous place and you can see people not self so they can plant crops and find to meet. floods and droughts will climate change
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become the main driver of mass migration you could look right any up we're going to fix not if you want the problem or the people. the climate exodus starts september 5th on t.w. . player. playing . this is. a life from bad and wildly does missing in the front splits on the house a deal with iran will trump. 6 away from the g. 7 attempts to make france the go betweens as the west tries to reign in the rain and tear on snoopy ambitions also coming up violence flares again on the streets of
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hong kong as pro-democracy activists press that a monster remain independent from china protesters clashed with police in a 12 straight weekend of demonstrations look at the latest from our correspondent. and in the bundesliga minds loses to mention blood and a match announced as a battle of the buddies we'll tell you why. time on you tube mckinnon a very warm welcome putting a stop to iran's nuclear program has emerged as one of the most divisive issues for world leaders meeting in berets in france french president emmanuel mccall says it's been agreed he should approach to iran in the name of the g. 7 but u.s. president double trump denies having even discussed the issue trump pulled the u.s.
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ounce of the international accord on iran last year which is what the u.s. president had to say about any new approaches to terror on. mr president to sign off statements to iran the message to iran that president gone says he's going to deliver on behalf of all the key 7 countries no i haven't discussed it. with your move will do i really hope you read what you know you can't stop people from talking to they want to talk we could go now. joins us from the summit in berets hi gail now the g. 7 have mandated knock on to send a message to iran but really doesn't seem own borders. exactly oh we've seen that before that kind of communication strategy of donald trump if you want to call it is a strategy at all really is that on the one hand you have diplomats saying that everyone is on one page all the 7 have agreed that my call should start sending a message to iran and then while you're still working what i did with her can
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number of colleagues on what exactly that message is what. the french president prepared very well for the topic of iran meeting before hand with the foreign minister making a phone call with the iranian president and so we expected something on that front but while we were still working out what that message is we learned that donald trump said he never agree to any sort of that message all right now trade all 7 very important topic at this g. 7 but donald trump is denying that the u.s. trade with china has been an issue during these talks let's have a quick listen to what he had to say. our right are you ready for. the respect that has to. be. pretty. sure. i'm sure might as well have you thought i'd have 2nd thoughts about
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everything. second thoughts about everything so present denying that he's under any pressure of the u.s. trade war with china how much do you think it's really effective proceedings today . it's a huge problem of course because already the fact that the 2 biggest world economies china and the u.s. are at war with each other in a tit for tat war over trade and trade tariffs has economic effects already in the other economies some on the edge of recession and so this is a big concern and also you have to understand that the g 7 actually should be the forum to results trade conflicts to draw up the rules of how trade is conducted in the future and that is crucial because at the end of the day everyone agrees when it comes to china that china and that new rules have to be created for an economy that is strong on exports but that is subsidizing its companies back
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home throwing cheap products on the market now how to deal with that the g 7 would be the ideal forum drew to work something out about it's just not happening all right can't match his reporting from barrett thanks very much. ok let's have a look at some of the other stories making news around the world president of france says the g 7 has agreed to help countries affected by the wildfires raging in the amazon rain forest as fast as possible brazil's rightwing president both in our house now begun deploying tens of thousands of troops to deal with the blazes. and it's not just brazil's amazon rain forest that's burning fires in neighboring bolivia threatening people and wild life 800000 hectares of forest have been destroyed in recent days and experts say it will take at least 2 centuries to repair the ecological damage in bolivia. and north korean media say
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missiles fired on saturday what testing a new super large multiple rocket launcher yang has been testing missiles in defiance of international efforts to denuclearize the country south korea has reported that short range ballistic rockets were fired. now violence has again flat in hong kong as press in the christie activists take to the streets for a 12th straight weekend of protests police have fired tear gas and used was a can and cool spot protest crowd to one small not saying to the press that i'm on to maintain the territories independence from china process or stay focused on what demonstrators a calling state violence. and the w.'s charlotte shelton tell is covering those protests for us and she joins us now on the line from hong kong charlotte there were protesters out on the streets again today how is the situation the king way you are. right most full rounds of tear gas have been fired at protesters today we
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spend about an hour perhaps bit more stuck inside a shopping mall case processes barricaded themselves inside they were trying to escape from the take us we've been following sesay today has been treated all those effectively so young children we saw the elderly or having to sit on the on the floor for this their eyes and being treated for the effects. to take people also sheltering from those reports that water cannon what posting fi on the streets just outside we have been hearing that there is water cannon where you saw where we were there was an overload of confusion about what was going on it was extremely so rio you saw. food restaurants quite the band and where people had had got away from the take quickly as possible people going up the escalator setting off the fire alarms as well trying to trying to essentially the fire brigade it would seem to get somehow to the shopping center that zola come down with following that 1st aid is
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on to an area where dozens of processes the pace have gathered but this in terms of how these nice on photos and these are on the weekend this is still relatively early we're expecting these protests to go into several hours into the evening despite the fact that it is. absolutely coring it would rain here on your beliefs heartbeat about why they can and why the point for the 1st time in this great democracy movement that kids take on simply isn't as effective in the right ok so no letup in the protest as a determination now hong kong is seeing 2 different process today tell us about the messages that these activists are trying to send one that we've got a we've just been out whether it clashes did unfold was not there in the end a long list to the pro-democracy protests earlier on that we thought of something slightly different we thought coming to the police. protecting people that we might
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keep that that they would have to defend those officers who they said when they were using that to ease the pool for purchases long accused the police to be doing the heavy handling and that their heavy handling in that treatment o'keefe protected we also had to get in with that with go to all 30 according to them to watch an independent investigation into the party that this movement began not wanted by he them on that it's now been issued by the bridge at the far right charlotte shelton pill reporting from hong kong for us thanks so much. tens of thousands of ranger refugees have rallied in a refugee camp in bangladesh a gathering monks 2 years since the range of people fled a violent crackdown by the army in neighboring me and ma nearly 3 courses of a 1000000 site train and all still living in camps every in just say they won't leave bangladesh until the civil rights
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a guarantee to home. another child growing up in exile at this refugee camp in bangladesh a new generation of stateless for hinge us is learning to survive. hundreds of thousands of people live here. they belong to the hands of muslim minority that fled to 2 years ago from the violence inflicted by mere must military. among them the boom family with their 7 children the families too frightened to return to me on march. the fear that we will just be held in camps if we go there and what will happen to us if we can shop or go to work. on mars taken over all our lands that are that other ministers out of it. other rohingya families also fear it's not safe to go back they want the myanmar government to 1st guarantee their civil rights. at number one does he didn't we
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demand citizenship as well as safety and security. safety security and we also want them to rehabilitate those living in camps for internally displaced by. the family fear an uncertain future if they do go back to turn native for a keen state. to have that we are literate since our parents couldn't send us to school so how can we earn our livelihood if we can't do farming after returning to me on mar how we provide for our children. for the family the way back home is anything but clear. since false use now and in the. blood in a game that pitched to test friends again for the 1st time as coaches and shots
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and glad. are so close they even went on holiday together the summer for the 90 minutes of this match they went head to head into battle. the league is own version of a buddy movie played out his marco holzer took his charges 2 years and or short says mines ahead of kick off it was all smiles between 2 former housemates who have known each other half their lives but on the pitch their players were all business glad to have the 1st chance through marcus tearooms head of mines keeper florian miller was up to the task. and shortly after the hosts took the lead down your present skis freekick found rob enquires on the forward guided his header into the net to make it one nil in the 18th minute. first blood to shots early frustration for his old chum but with half an hour gone they were back on level terms after a goal mouth scramble steffen line
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a slam title equaliser it was hardly the most attractive goal forces team will ever score. but with bragging rights at stake that hardly mattered but half the time the match had become a true battle with mites especially showing the coach's friendship hadn't spread to the pitch. the 2nd half started slowly until the visitors suddenly sparked into life in the 77th minute out of some players daisy cutter somehow squirms past miller to give blood back the lead. it was a gift for horses side and they took full advantage just 2 minutes later a player turned provider releasing some assigning brail and below he scored his 1st goal for the club. 31 munching got back on meit's had no one side in their 1st clashes coaches. us was bested by the man who was best man at his wedding. is this moment it's a day where rosie will be happy with his boys understandably because they won and
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we're frustrated because we lost. months remain without a point while marco holzer can celebrate his 1st victory with got back at his best friend's expense. all right let's take a look at all the bundesliga results so far on match day to buy and munich made easy hoffenheim won a thrilling against klayman neva coups and dominated just pulled off as we just saw in that report had no problem with mine. and when you are in berlin shed the spoils and downed newly promoted pot of born as don't win against cologne on friday on sunday like say face frank 1st and then take on. now at least 6 spectators were injured to jaring the goal stool championship in atlanta georgia during a pause because of bad weather. they were hit by folding debris from a lightning strike 1st responders arrived quickly and reported no life threatening
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injuries but the p.g.a. suspended play for the rest of the day. it watching the news live from berlin coming up next the documentary like flowers all celt all about women in africa fighting for gender equality my colleague nick spicer will be here at the top of the hour with more world news and don't forget you can get all the latest news and information around the clock on our website that is d w dot com and now on behalf of the whole team thanks for watching. on the car you have. my own meal and i'm good i'm with the brand new delusion born in the balkans it's person to voice the topics that affect us all our climate strange in the return of. only green fields check out.
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for the journalist pieces and gura her garden is a wonderful place to relax. women just. needs up and loves really good feelings she did stuff to do speak to. when you do facebook to folks to duns. even women when you don't love them when you don't speak when. they feel they have to. be rude to be loved to been respected underflow was crazy when you.
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sylvia because you're a hustler. he's been interested in technical stuff but became a comic haneke in a wonders capital kigali. the committee gives one customer i said something very upsetting when he saw me repairing his car he said women can't do that job but my boss convinced him to give me a chance and in the end he said to the customer look who you were so disrespectful to that your car is back in paris like working order to us was a good idea. sylvie is the only female mechanic in the workshop but in fact it's not unusual for women in a wonder to pursue professions generally seen as male domains. 25 years ago the small country in east africa was in the headlines for the most
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atrocious genocide in recent history. countless women. they were the ones who rebuilt the country today rwanda has the world's highest number of women in parliament. juliana contend has been a member of parliament for 20 years. fucked genocide dood. play a big role in mean. concreted distorting what we used to be and. in trying to put up a different strategies to cope. different in a variety of ways a magnet and some of them were women ticking up man traditional roles in society to cope as a coping mechanism. the 994 genocide still of the shadows the country yet today rwanda is seen as one of the most stable nations in the region.
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over the border in the democratic republic of congo it's a completely different picture a bloody war of a natural resources has been raging here for more than 20 years women are often the ones who suffer most. this is a typical road in eastern congo the government is doing nothing to improve infrastructure. lawyer for vans for the how is underway to one of the region's many small called 10 mines. she works with the catholic commission for peace and justice she comes here every week to improve working conditions for the women they pleased to see have they know she cares about their plight.
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but that is what the women are looking for this black substance here is a call telling florence explains. how cell phones would not work without the minerals extracted from culture and it brings an enormous profits worldwide but there is very little left over for the people who actually mind the call turned. the men who work here forward as rebels but returned exhausted by war. like you know well as i am yet you know the war was particularly devastating for the women my. life was terrible here until recently enemy rebels would come at night and all we could do was run away when we returned they had plundered everything and i put it when i. know
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things are a little better that. the rebels withdrew to the surrounding areas where the women are trying to make a living from their work in the mines. is that they have no alternative to leave or make something definitely. most don't earn much more than a dollar a day at least they now have official papers thanks to flood walls for the high. the women can work more efficiently with new tools to. this is what they used before. so fun some of these women know that we can change things if we stick together. but it's very difficult because many people have no sensibility for the suffering of others and devote. the whole works tirelessly to enable people in eastern congo to reach the standards of living that the region's wealth allows.
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them to raise minimum of pennsy a trauma therapist also regularly does her rounds in the eastern congo villages. she helps victims of mass rape and atrocities systematically used as a weapon of war. as a victim your heart aches and it is no longer a human heart. in. tears listens to all the stories the cutter was held captive by rebels was 6 months . also the whole time they hardly gave us any food. committee but they hit us and raped as morning and evening. when 100 finished the other came and the next one then the next one. i want as many people as possible to know about
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it all the way. there are no exact figures on how many women were degraded like this probably hundreds of thousands when you sample the story sometimes you lose your nice words to. to share compassion to the people but to just stay there listening to them. looking at them. i think it's my only way we'll support him because it's horrible to see how human beings can react can behave like. adult women are not the only victims girls suffer too. like. her family tormented her for years and told her that she was a witch. what
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have you drawn there asks terry's the person who burned me i want them to be burned to sense a little girl. being been rejected it's maybe community they're sick my parents may have been accused this outfit for violence and all of the years be a very small children they are still it's really been me to he gained confidence in 2 people. not least was held responsible for all the bad things that happen to have family and was made to suffer horribly the wounds left on their legs by molten plastic are still painful. in their cabana house outcast children can
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find protection. in a play they express the cruelty they experienced. and this is playing a nasty mother. has a close line we don't want parents to blame their challenge and they should be there for them love them and listen to them to. get on with this is what she tells tears. and then the 14 year old blurts out that she really believes that she is a witch after her aunt was killed in an accident. to his promises to help her. sometimes the therapist feels alone too actually we usually feel the the war on time to suffer so people talk so much it was the wars in other countries but when it comes to talking about the situation some
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people. again am sometimes when it boards people. why can't you fight it since we're in this country but you don't do nothing to change the situation. but that is exactly what this is doing with her help the children who were harmed by the shattered society on learning to find joy again. women like tears my mom a pansy make sure that moments of peace exist even in the middle of a war. back to wonder kindergartener peace and go represents a weekly show on women's issues today it's about teenage pregnancies a major problem in the country. to go she invited to the show have
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cancelled at short notice they were too ashamed. yes young men rarely question their own responsibility. but. on one side is a paradise of women because women here have rights according to their roles we have minerals protecting women. but we still. we still have a long time to do because of the cash so you have many people who are stuck in the courage and they don't want to change. kenya politics here is male dominated in rural areas gender roles and a case had traditionally we meet a woman who's an exception. to. the
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celebrations begin early in the morning. a shot of strong home brewed liquor bottoms up. here in kisumu rodeo id hamburger alley as mama africa is preparing for today's job with her colleagues. back and quote we only do this when we go to work otherwise we don't drink water. they work starts in front of the mortuary. today it looks more like a busy fairground. funerals are celebrated in style in western kenya 1st the family pick up the body from the mortuary those who can afford it employ professional morning is like mama africa. your movie again i do it because there aren't many other jobs around here but there
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are always funerals so we can and money and when stains thursdays and fridays people. the idea is the longer and louder the morning the more important the deceased. must be relieved and glad no need then do under. the slow we did some wild world. not everyone is keen on the idea of tears for cash. in the mind you have to pay for someone to mourn you who own that it's a personal matter. and to do with. gaunt. professional professional mourners can only cry when they've been drinking it has to come from their head. but the true mourners don't need to take anything away from the heart of the market
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when i left. a group of professional moon is can and the equivalent of up to 200 euros a weekend a lot of money in this otherwise poverty stricken region. the coffin is carried from the mortuary to the home village of the deceased. now mama africa and her team provide this service. one of their speciality is rolling on the ground and crying that cost extra. so the next morning mama africa goes back to being a normal housewife. and she's a bit of a celebrity. the 1st time i cried for someone i didn't know was one a street boy was stabbed to death nobody wanted anything to do with him so i
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carried him to his grave and you know. she often does it for free when a social outcast dies along with professional moaning mama africa and the living selling marijuana it's illegal in kenya but lucrative. by me given. this is how i complain the school fees for my son that in the past my father supported me but since he died i've been selling marijuana even if i have to bribe the police. as soon as my son has finished school and i stop and follow my dream and i want to sell clothes and shoes in nairobi in newtown. she doesn't want to give up being a paid morning yet her personal matter comes from bob marley you never know how strong you are until being strong is your only choice. that could
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be the personal motto of rose or were 2. i was divorced at 27 for being childless i lived on the street for 6 months in my house to make isn't as was a bunch don't you ashes. i reminded lost my husband and i did 2 years. at u.t.s. i am 40 years old i have had a dick it really seems it really suffering then i realized this was not my own story. rose or was friend stella's husband has just died rose consoles her as best she can she wants to change the face of all widowed women and demands that the abuse of widows should stop. in the tradition of the ethnic group widows are passed down to the family of the deceased. before this happens they're subjected to a so-called widow cleansing ritual it's
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a clear case of sexual abuse. rose tries to console stella telling her that she doesn't have to go through with it. it is in your hands you can judge. after. all men continue to. be the next on the media. and i miss my husband very much. he could even cook which is really unusual in our culture. before he died he told me he was again it's the passing down in cleansing of widows in. situ and close enough to limits even if you are 60 years old. and a man has to be picked or to be pleased to come and have sex with you without protection interview and aids populates. and if that doesn't happen
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if you do it you're stigmatized if you don't do it you're stigmatized so there's no in between for all we do here the fact that you've lost your husband you've lost all your rights so this sexual cleansing is the number one issue. even in the 21st century it's also the custom at lake victoria and western kenya. rose over campaign against it. the widows stories are all similar they often lose everything to their in-laws. * not just that if you want something i want to. get a good. movie i want you yeah. the elderly suffer in particular rows visit some of the old and sick women along with some young widows. gertrud on younger story is especially tragic.
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not only did she lose her husband but all of her children too but there's not a lot worse can do for her and her foundation has very little funding. what we can do today i don't know what can we do to be maybe. i don't know why don't we take this one this terrible. terrible. road stores some hope from her work with children her foundation has set up an orphanage to give girls and boys a new home. for the widows it's a task that helps them cope with their own fate. i also hope to
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see a generation of young women who will not go through what david's doing not to be cleansed and inhibited. women when they lose their husbands they will live in dignity and they will know their rights and be respected as human beings. nigeria in the north east of the country where a terrorist group boko haram has the region in a grip of violence women's rights are often not respected. photographer found car captures the fragility of daily life in her hometown of my degree in suicide attacks carried out by the islamic terrorist group boko haram are not uncommon at the local market.
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the photographer listens to the market traders worries they can't sell much no one can afford more than the most basic food. it was only full price only $1.00 uncle which was senior trauma i. am glad i did everything but they would stop me about this town also i was you know the bandits only change a narrative like that sound had a right to do what i see in mainstream media. it looks like a normal day but many people are afraid over a 1000000 people have fled from the country to the city the government cannot manage to feed them sufficiently in the rest. camps. that you have that advantage of a car visits one of these camps the photographer does not conceal the suffering but
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wants to make sense of it in her own way. she meets a young woman who was held captive by boko haram. 40 once traumatized women like her to be accepted by society. but. you know there's a lot of a lot of healing that has to be reborn and we have to be appealed but i would say that our resilience is what i want people to see that yes we have suffered we have been through a lot but we are moving on we came to see that we rebuild and we think you know move on. these women and girls are also trying to move on
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for months even years they were all held captive by boko haram. the local government has set up a shelter for them in my degree. of. my . life and. i know the family commissioner of the government is visiting she wants to see how the women are doing. the girls were forced to marry the islamic state fighters were raped and then gave birth to children zahra and i have suppressed their experiences . mochas that i don't have the men in my heart i can't remember them look and i just live my life. so yeah i don't think about the past i hope that one day i will find a good man who will marry me in spite of my story here in. the land that i
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see you know i don't know what i'll tell my children about their father to do but they will probably find out when we have peace probably before i can even talk to them about it that if you open them and by a. desire and i were able to escape were picked up by the military and brought here . in the women's shelter they are given psychological counseling and are also under observation the government fears that they might have been radicalized by boko haram. some of them are not telling the truth because boko haram thing is with us is not in the people. you understand so sometimes the they. hate something because we are not there. the women are guarded in the shelter the fear that they might still have contact to the terrorists is launch. in and around the city the fatal suicide attacks are sometimes carried out by young women
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like. all in the name of religion. they polluted them. they polluted their might kill you dr who and day if you die you will be in paradise. because. you are not going to stay in this. completely so you must go back to court so this is the one wish. their lack of western education the leg was an education and also the religion education. that's why we are trying to rebuild our schools. and the other women have to learn to live with the violence they were subjected to and with the mistrust of their own government they are not even allowed to see their families. you know. i would like to see my mother so much she's in
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a refugee camp here in my degree i would feel so much better if i could be with her that's where i belong not here and. nigerian society has to learn how to integrate. and thousands more traumatized women. every day in my degree is the tightrope walk between no manatee and the consequences of war. photographer fancy a boubacar captures a little. one sign that my degree is looking ahead is a visit from a famous star musician mystic easy. alongside all the suffering the photographer wants to show that life can also be fun to go. around the bush. trust. me. on.
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the south of nigeria and the sprawling bustling city of lagos is a stark contrast to the north of the country. dr olah orekunrin doesn't take much time off but when she does she likes to go to taco bell and i'm in beach near lagos harbor. she's a british citizen but sees her future in nigeria when she travels abroad she's constantly confronted with negative clichés about africa. i went to prague. for a conference a few weeks ago and whatever like i do just how bad to be oppression is what every guy comes to cover and shut me up i say but i'm from africa no matter what he's doing he can be like a she shy guy he could be working behind the telly mcdonald's but you always wants
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to rescue me and i just want you don't even know me like you did before i like living in africa but why is this the 1st thing. that we can bring bones to rescue people himself people in his chosen home of nigeria. as a doctor. she wants to change things in africa. she often travels to communicate her idea that medical aid should be available for everyone it seems like. this meeting in her office in lagos starts with the issue of obesity in nigeria. if a patient is larger than the old boeing aircraft and i think the patient actually has bigger issues to worry about because obesity is a widespread problem that people didn't have time seems to get jobs why do you think it's going to go that's a. good p.c.
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movie spacings or you will be facing. in the what's the mold before these diseases of lifestyle came about yet almost successfully eliminated the infectious diseases but here in africa we're fighting battles at the same time. after his study is all orekunrin moved to have parents home and set up flying doctors nigeria. their commitment is very personal. her youngest sister died while on holiday in 1000 urrea. the rescue plane from south africa arrived too late. i think any of us have a favorite a central role to play but i just didn't want my particular organization to have to rely on doing the funding because africa needs to grow past that i focus a passionate me when i actually came to that nigeria needs to be able to stand by
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itself eventually without the uniforms. instead of setting up a charity she decided to found a profit oriented business. now own not only works as an entrepreneur. in you one does capital kigali well orekunrin is taking part in the world economic forum on africa she exchanges news with women from the whole continent she's confident that change is afoot in previous conferences it was trying to get multinationals in south africa so that they could employ people but now they're saying i mean from the likes of bengal to actually african entrepreneurs can be really they can scale up their business and then they can start employing people you have right here in for me i think what really stood out for me was their female voices i was entrepreneurs as professionals and students as mothers as wives i think the african women for the most part has been largely ignored. you know half of the
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population on the continent has not realized its full potential. yet everywhere women are taking responsibility like these 3 business women from zimbabwe liberia and nigeria. women friends here wanda is a role model for them. to land in general as they commission huge steps forward in the areas of health care in the areas of education in the areas of digitising in providing what that says and i think that those are things that my dear can learn from the wondrous well of the increasing efficiency increasing attractiveness of business and foreign investment. kigali also happens to be one of the keenest cities on the african continent. in kinshasa the capital of the war torn democratic republic of congo things are
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lagging behind somewhat. that doesn't bother barbara to send a good friend. rise above the country's widespread poverty to celebrate high fashion. is a society of entertainers and elegant persons. coverage to send a is one of the few women suppers. only a few shops in kinshasa stock exclusive european designer labels all counterfeit equivalents from china and. some of the most difficult being us appears but it's our profession.
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and that means being well dressed in clothes that cost more than most companies will ever. isn't that rather cynical in such a poor country. to feel i've been through a lot in my life like most companies people have been but i've decided that i'm not always going to suffer. i wanted to be an important person in society. and the little that god gives me what i share with others. to give you. my teacher is an especially rundown district of contrasts crime and bishop poverty prevail here. that we that the best of her supper the people call everybody imitates a nurse barbara has same day. with a straw mass as a red carpet barbara is cheered like a pop star by her local friends. i'm
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. very proud of her. nobody doubts her good reputation anyone who does can get lost let alone would have loved to just like her from time to time i wish my children would grow up like her she's so beautiful. barbara chris and i grew up as an orphan and was raised by her grandmother there was barely enough money for food or for school when her brother became a stop her barbara decided to follow suit. i want to show people a little appreciation he said i want to make them proud and happy. even though it's a slum i like living here. and i've made this neighborhood a bit famous too by the considerable but always i'm a bit about. luck the next day the suppers of can
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share some need to celebrate the anniversary of the death of the founder of the movement fans reporters and curious onlookers are here as well as barbara of course. but not everyone enjoys the show. on the morning for me what they do is a waste of time. they only do it because they don't have a proper job. if the government took more care of young people this nonsense would be unnecessary. after hours of strutting their stuff on the streets barbara and the others go to the founders grave. the step movement became popular in the 1960 s. as a protest against the country's despotic politics and terrible living conditions.
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with the usual lifestyle barbara and her. fellow dandies want to offer people a contrast today the hardship. was. back in kenya this time on the coast close to somalia. these women are making soap together to earn a living but also as a kind of therapy. the women were abducted and abused by the terrorist group al-shabaab. sometimes they had family members who had joined the terrorists and i do and. it's a lot of what others did has made us enemies of society they called me about just because 2 of my brothers joined the terrorist group and that was it were you ashamed. that these women have experienced pain and loss and been stigmatized by
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their neighbors with no help from the state or the police. unions think they could be terrorists around they react harshly and start killing people especially if they think that young men might be a member of al-shabaab that's why most of them are not reported even if they are guilty. for 2 musharraf he knows what he's talking about her husband a policeman himself was shot dead by colleagues when he was looking for his son. the 14 year old had disappeared probably off to somalia to join the al-shabaab terrorist group. they also recruit their fighters on the kenyan coast where tourists from all over the world spend their holidays radicalization is a huge problem here. the police respond with brutality many kenyans dare not even enter a police station for fear of appearing suspicious themselves. it was not easy to
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convince the authorities to let us film here. but i did learn about their office of a balloon a gun who was willing to be filmed here she tells us that she became a police officer to be there for society not against it. of this in mumbai is a port of call for many people especially women. if i promise i'll take care of your problem she tells this woman they should go without saying but not in kenya. the police here are seen more as enemies and thugs rather than friends or help is all they have to be primed for fatalists. officer going to be an approachable police woman. that i'm sure these a big gap between us. i would put it this way that. is the bleeding between the community and asked police
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in that one hour almost every team she explains that sometimes the public is afraid of revealing information and being seen as traitors but they are also afraid of the police back. one and you. got no help from the police when your husband was shot dead. by supporting her family by selling pastries she was active in the community as an ambassador for peace. and. when the police want something they have to take a soft approach as if they were dealing with an infant. arrests and violence only produce hate. we want to get rid of the hate. we want to be friendly to faintly. says the woman whose husband was shot by his
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own colleagues before her very eyes and who has lost a child to a terrorist group. they told me that my son was dead i have found my peace with that and. if you came back you might have been a bad influence on others and you will be. in spite of or maybe because of her terrible story for 2 michele fierce fighting the hatred. she's joined forces with police officer b. veronica. together they venture into an area where it is especially active. when it's your own family so. at 1st the police uniform is met with skepticism one woman complains that she is constantly harassed by the police but by criminals to. the police officer encourages the woman
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to report such incidents directly to her colleagues i don't know where you are now you can do whatever. it's good that she came here many of us were afraid at 1st but it's easier for us to get things off our chest this way. very different from going to a police station is up and you. know where you're coming from this is a tactic the police are following more and more on the kenyan coast and approaching the community and listening to people. officer guma is an exceptional police woman she's always on duty even when making breakfast for her 3 children in spite of all the difficulties she faces giving up is not an option for her. but with those sold you not be able to eat it or not it will be tasteless but because you could go but you cannot. then. me
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a woman is sold quite yet me the. indispensable they cannot do without us. the 2 michele field believes in the power of women she and her friends from the therapy group are celebrating the birth of their baby girl. with their as essential as salt or as beautiful and crazy as flowers women in africa today are fighting to make life easier for the next generation. the bauhaus turns 100. 100 years of modern in stark a temperature of. 100 years of functionalism n.p.r. isn't. what's behind the legend. we
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asked the experts about the back. in 30 minutes on the w. . welcome to the but is the game here for just a. place to talk about. some countries that's. cool you don't want. to just go. lie strategy 7 meeting. up of the agenda global inequality the crisis with iran and international trade. but donald trump spent with his host french
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president marcos and the trade war with china can derail everything. the british prime minister might use the occasion for those great show. reporting from the g. 7 meeting in p.r. it's life for d.w.i. news. this is news live from berlin the world leaders me. in the french town of split on how to deal with iran donald trump cox away from the g 7 is attempts to make friends the go between as the west tries to rein in tehran's nuclear ambitions also coming up violence flares again on the streets of hong kong as program ocracy
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activists press their demands to remain independent from china protesters clashed with police in a 12th straight weekend of demonstrations we'll go live to our correspondent. and the plight of the wreckage still stuck in refugee camps 2 years after fleeing persecution and me and our families who say it's still too dangerous for them to go home. here that we will just be held in camps if we go there and what will happen to us if we can't shop or go to work myanmar's taken over all our lands. the next vice or thanks for joining us. putting a stop to iran's nuclear program has emerged as one of the most divisive issues for world leaders meeting in france french president emmanuel mccall says it's been
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informally agreed he should approach tehran in the name of the g. 7 but us president donald trump denies having even discussed the question trump pulled the u.s. out of the international accord on iran last year here's what the u.s. president had to say about any new approaches to tehran mr president to sign off thank you iran the message to iran that president on says he's going to deliver on behalf of all the 2000 countries you know having just going to stick. with it will will do i really hope you will you know you can stop people from don't get it they will talk we've been told. and he. joins us now from the summit in its. earlier we heard that the g 7 wants a president my call to send a message to iran but that no longer of beers to be the case is that right. it looks indeed like donald trump is not ready to ease tensions with tehran and
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that is something the french president really hopes to achieve with this g. 7 meeting he met prior to the cheese 7 with the phone with the iranian foreign minister he had a phone call with the iranian president and he worked very hard on that front and we heard yesterday from diplomats year that there was even the idea or circled that europe could buy some all from iran in return for a number of favors and for iran sticking to the rules for instance holding their feet still the not not not causing more trouble in the persian gulf but none of that valid today the the american president even denying it i like you've said that such a discussion took place and the french president tried to reduce the damage just now by announcing that this is an informal meeting they have to bated things they all agreed that peace in the region is important and that iran should not get any nuclear weapons at least on that front everyone agreed. ok in other
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developments at the g. 7 we understand that the british prime minister boris johnson has been talking about the likelihood of a breakfast deal what he had to say. well boris johnson off to a meeting with donald trump 1st of all announced that he has high hopes for a u.s. britain free trade deal and of course he's best asked for it to provide some positive news something that will make it look that easy because after all what he did not say is that europe is the biggest trading partner of the u.k. and dropping out of the you for the u.k. will mean it will lose a whole set of free trade deals that it has already that have already been a ranched via the european union hammering out a few new trade deals is a it's a lengthy issue and this has on the on the 2nd day here a taunt a little bit apparently on boris johnson when he said that the deal outlook is a little more uncertain ok go and speaking of trade donald trump has denied the
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u.s. trade war with china has been an issue during these talks let's have a listen. i'm sure you. know. i think respect trade is that. pretty. sure. that is very much as well because. i have a 2nd thoughts about everything. ok since these comments you just have to follow me here the white house has confirmed that president trump actually has no regrets on his approach with china and has had his comments hindered today's conference in discussions at all. it's another example of this back and forth we've seen from the american president for instance when it comes to iran now on that front it was. quite some eyebrows here when the white house kaleri fight that what he meant
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by regretting to escalate tension is is that he meant to would not even get higher tariffs on china the whole tit for tat straight war with china is a big concern here the hope was that this summit could help bring about new rules of how the world's economies can deal with china that is drowning the world market with cheap products that subsidized products from china but we're moving further away from a solution that president mccall could present at the end of this meeting ok to do is go of matus and it's thanks for that time now to take a look at some of the other stories making news around the world president michel of france says the g 7 has agreed to help countries affected by the wildfires raging in the amazon rain forest as fast as possible brazil's right wing president shire both scenario has begun deploying tens of thousands of troops to deal with
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the blazes. israel says its air force has hit targets in syria to prevent a drone strike on its territory warplanes struck overnight south of the syrian capital damascus israel's prime minister claims his forces thwarted an attack by iran syria says it shot down the incoming missiles. north korean media say missiles fired on saturday were trusting in testing a new quote super large multiple rocket launcher and has been testing missiles and defines of international efforts to denuclearize the country south korea has reported that short range ballistic rockets were fired. violence has again flared in hong kong as pro-democracy activists take to the streets for a 12th straight weekend of protests police have fired tear gas and used water cannon to force back protesters are once more massing to press their demands to
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maintain the territories independence from china earlier protests also focused on what demonstrators are calling state surveillance. and charlotte covering those protests for us she joins us now from hong kong charlotte protesters are out in force again today how is the situation looking. feels like a big escalation in violence so one thinks best knows what kind of. side on this guy we're also hearing reports that. fido warning shot. that would be a bad. dream big time for the protesters to out on the street question. so. why do you think that there are still several hours ahead when we could be. on the street but it has been we feel a big escalation and what we've seen previously and this is also what happened it's
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because of a moment that happened people protest this time no 1700000 people open eyes and say we're on the street. with a date i would say something very different. i understand things are just beginning there is early evening as you say. already so using a more heavy handed approach do you think that we're likely to see continue are things getting harder in terms of the crackdown. of course it's very hard to predict whether or not but the people have been asking for the last 12 weeks now is this. weekend after weekend people on the streets they've got to find them on from one thing quitting and independent investigation into. the process but haven't yet i will start seeing people still coming out every weekend and wondering
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what is going to happen that the escalation all the fun. facts out on the right. and jumping side of the thing is. if you could just move out a little bit here and involve aging is there a. the way of seeing how these weekly protests might come to an end in the future. sorry to each other out there can i be sure of course is there any way to see how this all might come to an end. if not a very. basic thing. that you are wanting to have great that is the way to do you part that is the trade off think 8 years that they are getting really find that minority what we've seen is they make. sure the people are treated remind people that there are parts that you are on the frontline very happy. hillary
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green the young crazy thing the progress we have breaking have been issuing repeated warnings about the right thing and i thank you that was due to abuse charlot charlot chelsea until reporting from hong kong tens of thousands of her hinge refugees have rallied in a refugee camp in bangladesh the gathering marks 2 years since the revenge of people fled a violent crackdown by the army in neighboring mian are nearly 3 quarters of a 1000000 sought sanctuary and they're still living in camps or hinges say they won't leave bangladesh until their civil rights are guaranteed at home. another child growing up in exile at this refugee camp in bangladesh a new generation of stateless or hinge us is learning to survive. hundreds of thousands of people who live here. they belong to the range of muslim minority that
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fled to 2 years ago from the violence inflicted by myanmar's military. among them a couple from their for a kind region with their 7 children the families too frightened to return to myanmar. we fear that we will just be held in camps if we go there and what will happen to us if we can't shop or go to work. on mars taken over all our lands that are that other benefits out of it. other hinge of families also fear it's not safe to go back they want the myanmar government to 1st guaranteed their civil rights. at number one does he didn't we demand citizenship as well as safety and security. safety security and we also want them to rehabilitate those living in camps for internally displaced people it is it in what i feel that it should become a ghost family fears an uncertain future if they do go back to their native rakhine
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state. that we are illiterate since our parents couldn't send us to school so how can we earn our livelihood if we can't do farming after returning to meon mar how will we provide for our children. for the family the way back home is anything but clear. let me turn to sports now and one american football's biggest stars andrew luck is retiring from professional sports at the age of just 29 the quarterback for the indianapolis colts has been plagued by a series of injuries over the last 4 years he's seen as one of the most talented and best paid players in the national football league here's what he had to say just days before the n.f.l. season kicks off in primetime stolen prime i've been in this cycle for trolls like . it's been 4 years of this and repairing rehab cycle for me to move forward in my
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wife the way i want to. that doesn't involve football. at least expected as were injured during the golf tour championship in atlanta georgia during a pause because of bad weather they were hit by falling debris from a lightning strike 1st responders arrived quickly and reported no life threatening injuries the p.g.a. suspended play for the rest of the day. they're watching the news coming up next defending bundesliga champions byard munich got off to a shaky start of the season opener only managing a draw but were they able to right the ship on a visit to shelter. all that and more coming up in our business leaders show watching to give you news from berlin i'll be back at the top of the hour with more news and don't forget you can always get the latest news and information around the clock on our web site it's t w dot com thanks for joining us
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after they start the season with a draw everyone expects them to make the mocking shout the other really up to it. i'm glad marco was and mines his example spots have been close friends for many years they put their friendship on hold for 90 minutes as they face each other on the touchline for the very 1st time that could only be one winner. that and plenty more to come on this action packed edition of the bundesliga here on d w i'm the mechanic line let's get started now by munich are the top of our gender and it's been quite the week for the champions frowns of course after dropping points against has a big beaming smiles as they unveil philippic cino at the beginning of the week the question everyone's lips with biden's new number 10 get the chance to make an impact again shaka. stepped on to the pitch before kick off but then had to settle for a place on the big blinds knew a star is still catching up in terms of fitness but another big money signing did
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stop the guy 80000000 euro purchase lucas handed us. a shout of fans we're in good voice and that team needed the encouragement the last time we know the bind came 90 years ago. the match was slow to get going with the best chances coming from state pieces as so often probably even he was the 1st player to go close forcing a say from alexander new book. the tempo and when john jokingly felt kingsley come on he had the chance to take the lead from the start lead and else he made no mistakes 120th made. the host struggled to create real chances in response oh mama skrill flashed white a shock to look a little the schools but at half time bind held a slender lead after the break by and again profited from a shock of foul this time live in dulce he kills on the free kick the moon does league is running top score and now scored in these last 9 games against the royal
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blue ridge. pitching you know they might used to boo just before the alamo he and bryant had to contend with a brief shelf to find that one side felt they should have had a penalty for handball when these 3 kick can and even one pair to sit. by and held all know and live in dusky sealed his hattrick in the 75th minute comfortable victory for the champions thanks to the ever reliable strike. back in 2004 might secure their 1st ever promotion to the bundesliga and the coach of the time was none other than your club it's claims that at the time there are 2 players in his squad that he thought sit out and would be future coaches turns out is a very good judge of character those 2 players i'll go with it and sandwich mutts and today their coaches and minds respectively in a pause in spots one just teammates they were and they still are best mates just
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a couple of weeks ago their own holiday together with their families now it's back to the daily grind of the bundesliga and for the very 1st time in their long friendship to be facing each other on the touchline. the bundesliga zone version of a buddy movie played out his marco holzer took his charges to says mines ahead of kick off it was all smiles between 2 former housemates who have known each other half their lives but on the pitch their players were all business but had the 1st chance through marcus tearooms mines keeper floor was up to the task. and shortly after the hosts took the late daniel present ski's free kick found wrong. enquires on the forward guided his header into the net to make it one nil in the 18th minute. first blood to shots early frustration for his old chum but with half an hour gone they were back on level terms after a goal mouth scramble stephon line a slam title equaliser it was hardly the most attractive goal for this team will
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ever score. but with bragging rights at stake that hardly mattered but half the time the match had become a true battle with minds especially showing the coach's friendship hadn't spread to the pitch. the 2nd half started slowly until the visitors suddenly sparked into life in the 77th minute out of some players daisy cutters somehow squirms past miller to give blood but the lead. it was a gift for horses side and they took full advantage just 2 minutes later player turned provider releasing some assigning brail m. below who scored his 1st goal for the club. 31 munching got back on minds had no one side in their 1st clashes coach's shots was bested by the man who was best man at his wedding. this is more minutes a day where rosie will be happy with his boys understandably because they won and we're frustrated because we lost. might remain without
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a point while marco holzer can celebrate his 1st victory with got back at his best friend's expense. by another team that would plenty of 1st started life in the bonus thing with their 1st ever defeat and i must say too it was for the 1st as well in your 1st top flight away game 74 behind in the 59th minute out spoke with involved us there with the opener was this go in. and celebrate he did. the next then to mislay sebastian understands cordons maiden win this thing could go one over for. when they have their 1st top flight point in the back. i'm. games to a close with 3 cracking matches 1st on the menu is oftentimes classed with braman. the season with defeats and we'd be doing the utmost to avoid another dud this game had goals written all over it so i hope you'll sitting comfortably at home because
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you're in for 3 minutes of bundesliga blitz. often time versus braman was an action packed encounter visitors braman took the lead from a corner shortly before the break nicklaus for the crude making one. above but coach floor toughened time equalized soon after the restart again from a corner defender m b j h winning the aerial battle won all and hoffenheim didn't take long to strike again. making it to one after an hour played braman protested but the score was not offside. appeared to have levelled the score for braman but video replay proved he was guilty of handball. to make matters worse for better this. second yellow card the but even a man down braman kept battling. levelled matters in the 81st minute
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i often haim had the last laugh however pavel cut a job back sealing a 32 victory 5 minutes from time once again a header off a corner braman still haven't grabbed a point this season while new hoffenheim coach alfred's kreuger had a successful home debut. very happy of course and very proud of the guys. tonight. after beating braman on match day one just for hoping to keep the ball rolling against labor who isn't but kevin fall and drove down the pitch and lewis baker put the ball into his own net in the 3rd minute. not the start of the game the promoted side were looking for. half an hour later shot of and made it to kneel for labor close in the goal withstood a video replay check for ham ball contacted the chileans chestnut is arm. just 6 minutes later fall and once again made mincemeat of the just defense team below
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robbie to increase the lead to 3 nil alfred modalist netted a consolation goal for just pulled off in the waning minutes i've played because and they're off to an ideal start to the campaign with 2 straight wins. freshly promoted better born came out with all guns blazing against fribourg straight putting the hosts in the lead only 3 minutes in. fribourg only came alive after christiane strode handled the ball in the box. converting the ensuing penalty to make it one all i 5 minutes before half time pietersen took advantage of poor positioning by the better born defense to put fribourg in front to one better born coach deaf and dumb guard boys to his displeasure and earned a yellow card the 1st for a coach in but just league history in the final minute chang one kwan tapped into
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round out the $31.00 scoreline a perfect start to the campaign for fribourg. of course we're very happy to have this nice feeling and i think it's important to have 6 points up to to. get promoted better born meanwhile have played their hearts out but failed to reap any reward. by. results from. every team behind me scored a goal except the shelf at the top and that's also the most important result of the day as brian fans can breathe a sigh of relief they have their 1st win of the season 3 is the magic number for the team's glad. hoffenheim leverkusen freiburg and open on friday they all scored 3 in their wins that's 26 goals so far but we can expect more in sunday matches in leipzig and in not a good weekend for defenders so far to say the least now it's early days in the new season but you have to love what the table throws you dormant of course at the top that's where they want to be but look at who's in 2nd freiburg that's off the 2
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wins on the trot by and they're in 4th but they could drop to 6 depending on how the match is and on sunday from position 12 down these teams of all play 2 games and have not had the best start the season is especially bad at the bottom for braman patta born cologne and mines. now that brings us to our play of the day as voted by you our viewers on twitter and the winner is robert dusky with 77 percent of the vote for his free kick against shaka to strike a sensational dead ball effort from 25 metres out was his and the game's 2nd he would go on to score a hattrick though and take his season tally to 5 this was his best effort by some way and it was your play of the day. that's all from us here on the phone this nigga we back on sunday with the best action from leipzig 1st frank but i'm ballin against both but be sure to join me and my friends as they get expenses and go through the match days talking points believing i was some of the best scenes from saturday's games for me and the rest
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the team here in berlin thank you and goodbye i. i. oh oh thanks i i. i. i i. i. i. i.
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i. i i. know house turns 100. 100 years of modernist architecture. 100 years of functionalism n.p.r. isn't. what's behind the legend. we asked the experts about the. next. culture call from myself a mission and it's one i have to complete. the mission live the. policeman fights any semitism in the wake of rising hate crimes in paris. as if we
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do we really have to flee to to anti-semitism. just because we jews for europe to strong q m 60 minutes on d. w. . is no longer. my letter to the good day nothing would change you know the banks in my and so was the language of the bank. speaking the truth global news that matters j w made for mines. and. i was born in the powerhouse with an international cosmopolitan school they wanted a completely new world of design they were breaking with the generation of their parents it i'm going to they wanted to throw out all these useless they wanted new
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life styles they wanted to be different. this year at bell house one of the world's most influential art and design schools turns 100 and the city is being celebrated in style. but how much do we really know about this famous movement and how much is made we went to find out the. design classics which are simple pure and functional designed by a small art school which revolutionized the industry 100 years ago house dispensed of unnecessary frills with its radical vision. to copious wanted to rethink
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architecture in the arts with artists such as best we can do. paul today at leo and on finding a he founded the state house in weimar in 1919. their arts college soon became an avant garde. in their workshops they experimented with materials and form creating design which was unprecedented in its clarity and functionality. but it didn't appeal to everyone the 1st show home environment was seen as a provocation and met with heavy criticism a bunch of free spirited individuals who held nothing sacred not color materials nor perception. breaking conventions they explored new life styles which were rather too wild for vinyl by 925 it was all over they were too adventurous for their home city. they ventured on to decibel and industrial city that welcomed the bell house with open arms and funded
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a completely new building for their school. the master houses were built nearby white cubic villas for the professors designed and equipped by powerhouse artists with furniture from their own workshops. director of ontic. shaped the city with the ball house movement the turtle settlement offered light space and a garden for everyone as an antidote to the cramped gloomy residential blocks of the industrial cities every last detail was designed with precision and the 314 terraced houses were built cheaply and quickly. also designed by gropius was the employment office it was one of the 1st of its kind with bright glass corridors. the same a static was used here for different purposes with coffee goes riverside cafe on the album. from the 1928 its new director harness mio made the bow house even more political and radical his houses were an attempt to mix social
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classes based on need and not luxury. funding ended when the nazis came to power in the bow house close in 1930 to one last privately funded attempt came from miss fonda and berlin but it failed in 1933 the boat house had shut down. is about house history have its ideas from the course hardly in these times of our people people are rediscovering its visionary potential how was bow house continuing to inspire today we visit via again. constantine by a is used to having breakfast in his gallery it's just like one big family the found as an artist of the kennedy eigen high moral graduates of the legendary bauhaus university their contribution to the 100th anniversary year is called contemporary bauhaus but the other flyswatter is. which can also
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applaud for the bar house that's also. this private gallery is the official showcase of the bauhaus university and the artists don't see bauhaus as a brand but an attitude towards the weald a common theme in their art is the destruction of the environment and the loss of nature constantine baez installation focuses on this theme to artificial palm trees and a shell which doesn't contain the sound of the sea rather the babble of advertising slogans these works ask questions of society in keeping with the principles of bauhaus. how sustainable should our society be how do we handle digitalisation these are the questions we analyze in our exhibition the challenges of the next 100 years. thinking big and acting globally the gallery eigen home has become an
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international institution foundations the grattan institute and artists from china are all part of the worldwide network of the gallery owner and his business partner bianca folk to creating synergies was the principle of the bauhaus university right from the start. 1000000 cars a media artist which i am you could use the architecture workshops just as well as the product design or workshops. or this brings in an interdisciplinary aspect along with the sense of community which was characteristic of weimar busy. such a sense of community hasn't always been a given in 1925 the buy a house had to leave and was regarded as a disgrace environment just like forum is today a monumental nutsy building right next to it a mighty cube has been erected the new battle house museum. bright and
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minimalist an architectural statement. its purpose is not to conserve the band house tradition but rather to act as a forum for discussion. aesthetic and social questions are evened up again due to the mirror of history. and there are some incredible things to see from playful structures and expressionist sketches to little wooden houses with so-called furniture for the people functional but far removed from what is supposed to be power house style by maya has long been a place of experimentation. assumes self said that before tackling the design of objects you basically have to put people in new clothing particularly during that period in the 19th ten's and twenty's there was a lot of talk about the new human but everybody meant something different by it selfe also reflected many different concepts and images of the human dimension of conflict here it was a time of upheaval on the one hand but human body was liberated but on the other
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the human was in slave to the rhythm of the machine technical progress of oak both nightmares and fascination no one could escape it. in the boat house stage. transformed dances into mechanical figures the triadic ballet is famous for its cost james. painting and stage performance intertwine. always had this space to experiment to risk new things i think that's one thing that still resonates today at the bell house university which also works very experimentally of course it also works internationally but it is very experimental but it meant. a change of venue the galloping eigen hi i'm also has a permit chimp and then the exhibition is called from the lab to the studio media artist hymn book is running a workshop he teaches design technology at the bell house university experiments
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with electronic. which he also uses for his own work. in the exhibition he shows a subversive program which allows people to pixelate their face using a special batch. he calls it the wish machine that's good and bad and it's all about privacy for all those smartphone pictures of me or other people that turn up on facebook and they're automatically tagged with a face recognition and then my name is on if i just want to be myself for an evening without a bizarre photo of me turning up and then this will be a solution to this photo from the off told by distillers on. christiane is also an inventor he designs new surfaces for control devices at the moment he's testing materials with an chambers to create all kinds of inflatable shapes just how many. i showed this to a group of textile engineers and they immediately said oh great this is just what
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we need. this could also be the hold for an inflatable car. again suddenly during the production process points of reference a period that we didn't even think of at the beginning if you are from beginning. to get me i can hi i'm provide space to research new technologies in an artistic way think laterally and ask questions this is where the bauhaus lives on. the. down house created a number of modernist pioneers among them the 3000 house directors about a gropius hannah smile and nice fun to roll her but was the powerhouse just a boys' club that's a myth there were also some outstanding women. but what these women left out was a kind of professional representation. by not just for 3.
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female artists. sleeping forgotten is something that can also be observed in painting sculpture in literature and in many many other areas a number. of these women were rediscovered when a political and social discourse began about women's role in society. but who were these modern a super women. and. 3 who left their mark on the ball house were writer editor and powerhouse 1st lady is a global u.s. . furniture designer and paul house master levi. and textile artist any of us like many female pupils of the ball house she had to learn weaving though she wanted to study painting albus began studying at the powerhouse in 1922 though she never intended to become a textile artist she was a natural talent she was inspired by us of all of us her teacher and later her
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husband and the paintings of colored clay. her work is now being rediscovered in europe. doesn't they really are one of a kind pieces if you can instantly tell that here on the album as created something extremely special. coupled with an incredibly interesting dialogue between the material. it is not a torn about being fashionable. as works seamlessly interweave elements of industrial production handiwork and art in 1930 august became the 1st female to graduate from the bell house school for her final project she developed a fabric for the trade union school and banal today a ball house landmark her material was used to cover walls of the school auditorium plain and simple yet revolutionary it reflected light absorbed sound and was easy to clean. on the i was on the other has developed this take down after. much
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consideration and research she used a material that had only been on the market for a few years cellophane today we know it from food packaging. after the nazis seized power in 1933 being jewish she and her husband fled to the us there she belonged to the artistic god and created experimented with talk and wrote about the art of weaving today her patterns and designs are enjoying a renaissance only out of us is finally getting the recognition she deserves like other forgotten dollhouse artists and peter than many of them will recognize during that time and quickly and the respect of their colleagues both male and female and a lot of people also fell into obscurity during the years of political dictatorship . here in germany that were here. these forgotten vile house women are now being celebrated in new books like he's
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a goalkeeper's the wife of contributed to the interior design of the directors house of death she was a new kind of woman the perfect heroine for a novel. probably the only these women left in a new era they could vote and be elected they could do jobs traditionally done by men there was a feeling of freedom that they could do anything i was moved to he couldn't. these young wild free spirited and strong pioneers dared to take on the new roles. the daughter of an upper class family becoming a working woman unheard of back that is a goal to be a structured in a new lifestyle. something said 1st the whole self concept of women working outside the home was one that had to be learned. maybe that's what made it easy as a rebellious and revolutionary. she modernized household economics to save the women of the future time you which they could then devote to that professional
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activities. it suits him. for years christiane along a has been conducting research on another modernist career woman legal ice she was already a key figure in the art scene when she became about house master and head of the school's interior design workshop in 1932. when her partner architect miss fond of war built this house in berlin she designed the furniture. really high she also worked with him on the villa house and longer included no trace of her work remains why has that. been fought over you know during my research i realized it simply couldn't be done because she was female nowadays we might call any height his superwoman she was incredibly well organized communicative and very assertive even with men. the fact that she's been forgotten can be attributed solely to me. but also to the male dominated writing of history
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which was looking for classic heroes who warns of heroes like miss fonda whore who designed the german pavilion for the 1929 international exposition in barcelona together with. fact she was the pavilions artistic director and it's doubtful whether he's found out who were designed it's furniture on his own. soul who really created this design classic. and. it's an interesting question because this is an iconic piece of furniture the day bed. but there are many indications that many high created it. interest 1st published under her name in 1932. and the only drawing of this day bed that exists is also by her from around 1905 and it's the anyone from the korean war period of the 4 clicks side as early as 1949 new york's museum of modern art devoted
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a solo show to any all of us textile art though outside the unite. states she's still relatively unknown. but he's a copious is now a novel heroine but in real life she was an editor organizer and equal partner for the bell house founder. and. the few surviving documents show that milly ghosh was a great designer and far ahead of her time but starting in 1933 when the nazis came to power wasn't so choosy about who she worked for but she wasn't the only one. when the nazis took over 933 they closed down the bow house bought controversially some leading bauhaus lines continue they would. to each his own i'm a cop sign at the nazi concentration camp and who can put. created by inmate and
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former host pupils funds and it uses the unmistakable dollhouse typeface despite the fact of the nazi regime denounced the school for its degenerate art and even pressured its leadership into closing the bar house in berlin often said in the fischel propaganda they rejected the ban has entirely it was considered to be jewish muxes and everything the nazis didn't negative in banking is not an oddity this must stop but an officially that stance wasn't as clear the nazis saw the typical bar house functionality as a sign of progress and welcomed its new objectivity. and the artists how did the guard of the bauhaus respond after $933.00. to. take. one of the most influential boss teachers he create a graphic design on the universal typeface which became signatures of the ball house. but starting in
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1933 by a began to create. again to designing catalogs and exhibitions which celebrated the ideology of racist doctrines of the 3rd riteish. a t.v. series there were a film about house peoples and teaches who remained and were eager to continue receiving commissions in germany ones who then exhibited little of the battle houses reformist spirit and ethical principles coincidence. responded hole was no exception in 1934 he joined gobos chamber of culture supported hitler and contributed to nazi exhibitions he just wanted to build regardless for whom. enticed by new commissions he emigrated to the united states in 1930 yet there he designed iconic structures like the seagram building in new york. miss fonda became a star architect his pandering to the nazis was soon forgotten and hasn't tarnished the baja structure taishan to this day still there's little reason to place the
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bauhaus on a moral pedestal. some of the bauhaus teaches in students who went into exile became successful in the us our house became internationally famous but it was never a purely german phenomenon teachers and students came from all over the world areas sharon had experience life on a kibbutz in palestine and book those ideas with him to death sound later he returned to the middle east and built a legendary white city in tel aviv and a pioneering university in nigeria. ready a family on lowell university in effect in the southwest of nigeria ready ready ready. nary a share on this university campus is an open and airy. thénard to the hot climate on the your ruba culture when he 10 times the university became the symbol of the fledgling democracy and we think new discoveries is very important. because
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it was. initiated exam. the movement of independence of nigeria from the brit british. rule. so basically for them it's the 1st action in the julian university and it stands for a protest against. the chair back then modernism was progressive and today c.b.s. frett aims to find out in his film moving away eat. eat eat eat eat eat. eat eat. the exit. the universe itself is pretty cool this it is there are far away in far for people interested to be thought through this compost. this lecture circuit streets
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around 200 kilometers to the south is lagos. nigeria is largest city is constantly changing. like the representatives of contemporary bound houses. asks how do we want to live now and in the future she thinks the revolutionary ideas of a century ago are still relevant today. when we had monism comment in the years of any post colonialism that the architects that came of the day were modern and i love the architecture that has really formed the structure of the city of lagos on the alan modernism of the forty's fifty's and sixty's still today dr satcher lagos is expanding at a breathtaking pace it's africa's 2nd largest city under one of the world's most densely populated and somewhere between colonialism and modernism nigerian architects on creating that own design language. what was considered as african
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tenets of the within the rule and that's a neat. we need to be realistic and design appropriately for the city that we live in now we we have to face the fact that in the city of some people say 18000000 some people say 22 we need to live in smaller and smaller spaces nike peninsula is an ultra modern and up market district of lagos he is the architect is constructing minimalist housing units similar to ones built around the globe. a new architecture for new lifestyles functional economic and compact. so this is astounding 2 bedroom apartment so it's open plan kitchen it's really about i think efficient living. apartments for nigeria's growing middle class who are increasingly cosmopolitan. and we always need to reflect on. on how living in a city is evolving and changing i mean the whole world has changed for the
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demographic is changing how people live the family unit is being redefined and we need to make sure that we produce an architecture that's reflects that and that's what the boss does look at the university campus in. its buildings were constructed in the 1960 s. and seventy's open on all sides they function like energy efficient passive houses and coolum sounds every inch of space is used efficiently architect ariel sharon employed ideas he'd learned during his studies about how school in debt his architecture is tailored to the people and the surroundings the topography natural light and climate. this is north more than off it said jerry garcia precludes the road to a pod well the old farmhouse already know this is more than ok to talk about will. rest on the. roots if you. show me his design is part
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of bauhaus imagining a research project and acts a big. that celebrates the bell house school its legacy and its capacity for promoting transcultural exchange the campus is seen as an architectural milestone. ready ready ready ready the buildings were kept as they were built and they still function. quite well and of course this is thanks to a very intelligent architecture what sharon the architect of this campus learned from his teacher the bows and a smile is exactly this very serious almost scientific approach. the tribe of course would also call social issues. house as naively open and global social dialogue that's what biohazard mentioned easter is all about the project is a collaboration between the good institutes the belfast corporation. and the balance house.
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as good as it is you are in the focus of the project is why was the bauhaus adopted or in some cases rejected and why was it all used to reinterpret it and we discovered that it was about creating a blueprint for a new society and a new relationship between art and society being the bauhaus artist's vision of a better world is just as attractive now as it was a century. robotics
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most but not that i need to stand up for european values and contribute to something important coming up see if. the future of europe starts september 2nd on d w. play. play play play. this is deputy news live from berlin world leaders meeting in the french town of garrett split on how to deal with iran donald trump backs away from the g. 7 is it tends to make france the go between as the west tries to rein in tehran's nuclear ambitions also coming up. growing violence on the streets of hong kong the
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authority sent in water cannons for the 1st time since the protests began police also pulled their guns on pro-democracy protesters and fire at least one live shot . and in the bundesliga mights loses to mention blackbox in a match announced as the battle of the buddies will tell you what. place. i'm max foster thanks for joining us. putting a stop to iran's nuclear program has emerged as one of the most divisive issues for world leaders meeting in garrets france french president emmanuel mccall says it's been informally agreed he should approach to iran in the name of the g. 7 but u.s. president donald trump denies having even discussed the questions trump pulled the u.s. out of the international accord on around last year here's what the u.s.
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president had to say about any new approaches to tehran mr president i think you iran a message to iran that present no nonsense he's going to deliver on behalf of all the 7 countries you have discussed. it will will do i really hope you will you know you can stop people from talking to they will talk big and bold. and. joins us now from the summit and you are it's what exactly has been agreed on around by the g 7 leaders. well french diplomats yesterday were maybe a little quick here to call it a mandate that the french president got and in fact the french president himself clarified today that the g 7 is of course an informal meeting there is no such mandate that he got but that he will pursue a french initiative to smooth relations with iran to ease tensions and
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he will do that in light of the discussion that has taken place i've heard from diplomats that everyone agreed that the tensions should be east and in fact the american president himself said any initiative that the french president himself takes to ease tensions is a good thing having said that we'll have to see what he makes of a special guest who has just the right here in be or it's at the airport and iranian plane has landed carrying the iranian foreign minister now trump refused to comment on that and we've heard that there is no meeting scheduled with the american delegation but little be interesting who the iranian foreign minister will be talking to and what will happen of those talks absolutely that was a bit of a surprise also at the g. 7 table is of course the united kingdom and british prime minister boris johnson has been talking about the likelihood of a brac city a what as he had to say. abortions and of course desperate here to get some
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good news spec home regarding the cliff and breaks it that the u.k. is facing he clarified once again increasing the pressure on the you are trying to do so by saying look if we don't get a deal we will not pay a price a bill that is the money that the u.k. owes the european union for all sorts of things everything from pensions to to running a business in brussels as long as there's still a member of the club on the other hand he has also rule said that if. it breaks it will not be as easy. as somebody mentioned so an acknowledgement that things won't be all that easy you are speaking of trade donald trump has a deny that his trade war with china has been an issue during these talks let's have a little listen to what he had to say. i'm sure you. know. i
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think respect trade has to. be. pretty. sure. i'm sure might as well have. second thoughts about everything. what are we to make of that. well it was quite interesting that the white house what the white house made made of that and in fact they clarified that when the president talked about 3 correcting of. the recruiting and not rising tariffs that that in fact what he meant about the esko lation of off the things in china potentially regretting it he meant not a rising the terrorists even farther than he already has and that is quite unsettling news of a for the of the g. 27 members rather here and be
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a ritz who really seek to smooth the rifts the to ease tensions in world straight and to find a consolidated solution to the problems off world trade that made many countries already showing effect countries that are heading towards a recession ok. thanks for that time to take a look now at some of the other stories making news around the world french president back home says the g. 7 has agreed to help countries affected by the wildfires in the amazon forest as soon as possible brazil's right wing president shyer both scenario has begun deploying tens of thousands of troops to deal with the blazes. israel says its air force has hit targets in syria to prevent a drone strike on its territory warplanes struck overnight south of the syrian capital damascus israel's prime minister claims his forces stored an attack by iran
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syria says it shot down the incoming missiles. north korean media say missiles fired on saturday were testing a new quote super large multiple rocket launcher john yang has been testing missiles in defiance of international efforts to denuclearize the country south korea has reported that short range ballistic rockets were fired. violence has again flared in hong kong as pro-democracy activists take to the streets for a 12th straight weekend of protests police deployed water cannons for the 1st time since the protests began 3 months ago officers also turned their guns on throw down the mockers the demonstrators and have fired at least one live shot crowds are massing once more in support of hong kong's independence from china protests earlier this weekend focused on what demonstrators are calling state surveillance.
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and charlotte pill is covering those protests for us and she joins us now from hong kong charlotte protesters out in force again today how is the situation looking. dr feels like we've seen a big escalation in violence today there were 2 big festival as you mentioned of one police officer find a shot hearing reports that it was a warning shot but there are images going on social media of police pointing guns at protesters some to just in the general moment the crowd as well that something is really along people the way speaking to asad just a teammate because from where we are at the moment residents are out on the streets expressing their concern about such things on folding in that like all neighborhoods way haring as well that once again will be the kind of use for the 1st time as well today that unfolded on
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a number of protesters started throwing projectiles after a security one petrol bomb being thrown at police then came the take and in response we shall sit in a shopping center to cancel being 5 people running green economy is back with that president barricaded themselves into that shopping center as there were reports that there was a kind of trucks going through the streets nearby not to do. and then while that would count was 5 people what was stuck inside that shopping center spell out what was a peaceful rally here on the day today has been another explanation in these 12 weeks of protests. and the escalation is supposed as well as in the tactics you're describing the 1st use of water cannon possible 1st time somebody may have been shot according to social media if there is a stepping up by the authorities is that your feeling that they will continue to be so heavy handed. it's very hard to predict when.
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people hate. people coming to the streets weekend on the weekend. and then. the protests the question is how now are they going to respond yes we have seen apparently that warning shots fired into the air from police that is new developments the question being unfair among protests this cannot be shown to being something that we're going to see get could be seen most serious consequences at the moment no one was being judged by the shots being fired. but essentially. the people who are saying that has been an escalation in violence on the part that processes we can prevent that we did see a number of them move on and just on the front lines throwing. the petrol bombs and how are the political authorities going to respond to these ongoing protests what's
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the resolution to do to these demonstrations. 35. down authorities in home prices up to find them on one among them is the an independent investigation into. these protests something that carried on the chief executive has repeatedly refused to. release any fueling the anger hate and these clashes on week the week of beijing as well has issued a number of warnings it says that it was to tolerate the unrest on the street we haven't had any any statement out of beijing in the last week or so but if people are going to be watching to see that response to the fun and weekend like this one ok w it's charlotte's house until in hong kong thanks for that. time for sports now and in the bundesliga months met in a game that pitched 2 best friends against each other for the 1st time as coaches
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minds is sandro schwartz and blood boss marco jose are so close that even went on holiday together this summer but for the 90 minutes of this match they went head to head into battle. the bundesliga is own version of a buddy movie played out his marco holzer took his charges to his mind's ahead of kickoff it was all smiles between 2 former housemates who have known each other half their lives but on the pitch their players were all business glad to have the 1st chance through marcus terence and minds keeper florian miller was up to the task. and shortly after the hosts took the lead down your present ski free kick found rob enquires on the forward guided his header into the net to make it one nil in the 18th minute. first blood to shots early frustration for his old chum but with half an hour gone they were back on level terms after
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a goal mouth scramble step on line a slam tony she qualifies it was hardly the most attractive goal horses team will ever score. but with bragging rights at stake that hardly mattered but half time the match had become a true battle with minds especially showing the coach's friendship hadn't spread to the pitch. the 2nd half started slowly until the visitors suddenly sparked into life in the 77th minute out of some players daisy cutters somehow squirmed past miller to give blood on the lead. it was a gift for the horses side and they took full advantage just 2 minutes later player turned provider releasing some assigning braille m. below he scored his 1st goal for the club. 31 munching got back on meit's had no one side in their 1st clash as coaches 1st was bested by the man who was best man at his wedding. this is more minutes a day where rosie will be happy with his boys understandably because they won and
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we're frustrated because we lost. meit's remain without a point while marco holzer can celebrate his 1st victory with got back at his best friend's expense. sporting now let's take a look at all the bundesliga results on match day 2 so far. byron munich made easy work of shall often one of thriller against freeman leverkusen dominated dusseldorf as we just saw glaad had no problem with mines out spring and union berlin share the spoils and freiburg down to newly promoted powder borne there's dortmund's win against cologne on friday on sunday leipzig face frankfurt and her to berlin take on will spark. and we'll leave you with a world famous berlin philharmonic orchestra their brand new conductor kiril petrenko gave a free inaugural concert at the brandenburg gate in berlin on the program beethoven's 9th symphony and joy.
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projects are popping up everywhere for instance in nigeria south korea india or malaysia a livable city that can think for itself how does this work like this for example. visions of the future this is a smart city as imagined by tech companies and urban plan is regular street lights are replaced by small poles which connect to other internet of things devices and
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provide broadband thanks to dr alice cause accidents hardly ever happen. and drones and robots to live it gets even coffee. in this future city salad grows on the ground at the urban farm. fomented and fish a reality make processes more efficient. one example is that firefighting is on to use he can be assisted by the control center and take helps to find and correct system areas to prevent damage before it happens. sounds fantastic but in order for these ideas to become reality technical preconditions are essential a central role. also the new mobile communications standard 5 g. it's the engine for the internet of things and enables interconnected infrastructure on a grand scale. he's
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a researcher at the institute for technology management at the university of st gallen and has published a book with guidelines for cities that want to become smart we want to know how do i make a city smart and why. we want to improve people's lives. that's how i would summarize the goal of a smart city. in order to do this it's important for citizens to be able to properly explain what kind of city they'd like to live in. that's the starting point and we can begin designing a smart city based on those demands. imagine you're the mayor of the city and one. you have to consider the following. you need to make your city interconnected by adding census data for instance to cause a street to be able to regulate traffic or to measuring stations throughout the.
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city is usually a combination of the different urban systems that we have. for the most part that means mobility systems housing systems. systems energy systems education systems and so on anything affecting citizens in their everyday lives can be assigned a digital shadow. big data is no end in itself data needs to be prepared and. most amazing driving restrictions when they every 70. anythings possible in the interconnected spots city. to build a small city one must do 3 things connected devices collect data and assess this
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data to find solution for the citizens but how do i benefit from the smart city here. in santander spain the city saves taxes by using resources more efficiently with the help of sensors public spaces are only irrigated when they're too dry. the garbage bins are only emptied once they're full. and helsinki garbage trucks have become obsolete waste is transferred to underground collection points without noise or pollution. and rio de janeiro a smartphone app is enabling residents to shape their surroundings the app smart favela creates a 3 dimensional avatar of the shantytowns when city planners come up with new ideas these can be looked at on the app and then citizens can vote on them. and palo alto in the u.s. parking lots now have sensors please notify citizens whenever
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a parking space is free the city's traffic is constantly recorded. smart robo cops are supposed to make do by safer the police robots are equipped with cameras and can find persons through facial recognition tech reports can be filed on a touchpad. and dry hole that ukraine citizens can view the incomes of civil servants and check on how politicians have voted in the city council. the city owned businesses lay bare their accounts using open data in the fight against corruption. in darmstadt germany interconnected sensors assess the air quality and send this information to a data center. which analyzes air pollution and if necessary reports bad air quality. in order for these systems to work vast amounts of data on all citizens are required but who ensures that the data is safe and who has
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access to it different solutions exist. it's essential for a smart city it provides the basis for designing intelligent applications for the city but what about data protection. to be clear in a smart city there is no protection from data being collected but on the other hand it's precisely this data that provides the basis for implementing and controlling this city system. as a result very careful and conscientious decisions need to be made regarding how the data is handled. if the city controls. when it comes to data protection but most of the technical expertise to process and analyze the data for this reason many cities cooperate with big tech companies they have the capacity and the algorithms needed to work with data. like google.
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corp it will construct an entire district of. technology. but the data 17 states with corporations like alphabet which is problematic as they use to make money. off as many opportunities so what to do experts argue for so-called data utilities these are publicly financed but independent organizations they managed to control access to data anyone interested in developing smart city solutions could use them no matter if city owned business local startup or big company a promising approach i think everyone should be able to profit from. the. no data is anonymised as a citizen i cannot influence which state of mind is being used to. decode a project by the european union goes even further to empower individuals to control
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their data citizens themselves should decide whether personal information stays private or if it's being shared in order to make the city smarter. pilot projects have been running in amsterdam and barcelona since 2018 we believe that data should be understood as a public infrastructure as a common good water like electricity like transportation like the air. they also believe that citizens can responsibly deal with their own. a desirable goal citizens should be in charge of their own data once private corporations or governments control data in the smart city where do you draw the line when it comes to surveillance an example from china. taxi headquarters in shenzhen china the red cars occupied the green. algorithms used right histories to predict which areas are likely to have a lot of customers and when. drivers can then directly head to these locations
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like. his car is part of the network consisting of around 20000 taxis. and it's equipped with an interior camera meaning that headquarters can watch him work and listen in on all conversations. in the beginning i was uncomfortable as i didn't really know much about it and felt constantly observed but actually there is no reason for concern the cameras protect the customers drivers to. privacy is ensured as not everyone can view the videos. according to the taxi headquarters all data is well protected and deleted after $72.00. they say the system is great for educating drive is and the footage can be used to settle conflicts complaints the taxi provider also says customers complain less frequently and that most likely camera as to drive is less worried about being threatened but
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the police also has access to the video how freely will people really taxis. another problem small street parking lots. are connected to the internet and offer potential gateways for hackers theoretically one weak link is all it takes to shut down the city's central servers and cyber terrorists could go even further. demonstrates how to protect oneself. in terms of digital administration estonian. estonians can vote online and almost all public services are digitally accessible but this also increases vulnerability. in 2007 s. don't you was targeted by cyber attacks from a global network of connected bots. both online banking and government websites where effect it. has implemented annual international training on fighting attacks
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from hackers they organized by nato cyber defense and over 20 nations the military and tech companies take. a look. at this. because the landscape are changing every day cyber security is also crucial for smart cities they are becoming steadily increasing economic factor tech companies use smart cities around the world to test their future technologies the big question is does this benefit the citizens to a point of importance to me who controls the applications and who owns the data we need. to find responsible solutions and the citizens' interest what's your opinion would you like to live this way i was not is your city join the discussion i'm looking forward to your feedback by phone now and see an x.
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