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to other young people. who came in but he made a comment and then we asked people what they would do if they were in charge then we tell them why the election is important people need to understand what the president does want to parliament and politics here no longer be a mystery to them and that i used to shop shama bhana mission challenge will play the game of the world. one topic that continues to puzzle is the outcome of the elections 26 candidates compete with very different profiles and goes according to polls no individual party can count on a majority the 2 top trend candidates will probably have to face a runoff fight. time for sports now and the bundesliga is back after the international break with distal dorf drawing one all with wolfsburg in the friday game kicking off match day for distal dorce home fans were treated to an early goal for 60 minutes a tame cross found its way to nico diesel who finished superbly to give the hosts
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the lead a 1st point is the goal for the left back from wolfsburg hit back with striker veg forced equaliser around the half hour skilfully set up by those who are calm after scoreless 2nd half the match finished one of its all spurred stay on beaten moving up to 2nd in the table. and table toppers rb life seacoast bar in munich on saturday are making a push for the title this season while the defending champions have injured a stuttering starts to the campaign byron coach nico kovacs says he is expecting a hot dance in leipsic. blemish free is one way to describe your young august month start as a coach he's mine 3 from 3 league games his team conceding just by race but expect no grand master plan against by an anonymous man it's
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a simple matter of balance that it's illusions of experiment you know generally speaking a binary team that loves having the ball and a lot of possession are the teams or in most cases they have more position than the opponents would be so we have a defensive task ahead of us but we can't neglect our attack. if there's one team that knows a lot about attack it's by on they're still on cloud 9 after their 61 hammering off minds last match day despite that drought he could call that she's expecting big competition this season he says it's a 4 horse race for the bundesliga title i. like to show tradition was besides like see you guys also have to mention dortmund because while they were all out there last year i listened and i think this year so it will play out amongst the 4 of assistance we don't know what dance is always a hot dance against lifesaving. like need to push themselves like never before a win for novice months site will stretch their lead at the top of the table and
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strengthen they have big 4 1st ever been in this league title. and a reminder the top story we're following for you another weekend of pro-democracy protests has begun in hong kong with demonstrators scaling peaks and forming human chains across the city more demonstrations are planned over the weekend including sit ins and student rallies. you're watching news from berlin coming up we investigate my stodginess murders in mexico and the world stories that we can reflect on things feister thanks for watching. the natural riches of precious resources and. time to remove morning investment. farmland has been called easy hope is green a goal of the country has enough abundant supply and leases it to an international
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group for china's. government is after high export revenues and the corporations high profit margin. but not everyone benefits from the booming business. excretion. are mental destruction starvation. or selling out of a country they don't lease fear. starts a temporary teams on d w. a little bit of. this time on world stories. distress at sea help from on our top fit a 102 year old swimming instructor but we start out in yemen where since the civil
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war broke out cultural life has largely come to a halt no movies no theater yet some yemenis still. i believe in the power of art. strolling through craig the story part of life is not easy for people here most are struggling to survive and young people are fed up with the limited opportunities they have due to the lack of security. they have not a lack of. yet so i'm still. living in little and eating some books and movie and watching shouldn't be the only news human talent was partially destroyed in the civil war. this is the old the cinema in yemen but not much is left of its former glory. what do you think about it you know something quite got about 150 volts of power. and this screen played color and black and white
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movies. it was beautiful getafe it was perfect. that i. used to be responsible for aidance the orders he still has to keys to show me around for him thinking about life before the war it's painful i don't look at him get done what. pain and i feel we have a diana that is what i'm only the cinema. but we're dying because cinematographs my culture and art. invaded for moonfire thinner and walk out if the cinema still existed i would not. have it for. my kind of good. but these young people want to revive culture alive in yemen and they are rehearsing a play to be performed in public for the 1st time in more than 4 years in aden with basics like electricity hard to come by the theater is a way to vent. turn the power on from the other line.
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is the oh i hope it's made my life miserable what nonsense talk just. make a movie that iraq to ahmed ahmed believes that art is necessary to channel people's emotions about the difficulties in their lives but is it the right time to talk about art it's not the proper time for art in a proper time for sport but that's not true because if everyone stopped doing what they have to do with all sunk in the same situation real life expressed through art for artists in yemen it's a way to promote dialogue and ultimately peace in their country. we move on to the mediterranean the waters separating africa and europe are one of the world's deadliest migration routes now the german aid organization c watch is
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using reconnaissance flights to ensure people don't vanish under the waves. takeoff from an undisclosed location. the german n.g.o.s see watch as taking us on a reconnaissance flight over the mediterranean. muttiah and pilots have one main objective saving lives. this she watched aircraft moon bird mainly operates in the search and rescue zone off the coast of western libya an area that spans more than 350 kilometers of coastline this is where migrant boats set off on their perilous journey to italy and malta footage from an earlier mission shows how that looks dozens of people on an overcrowded rubber dinghy passengers often spend days out at sea exposed to the sun and with limited supplies after hours up in the air we spot a suspicious object in the water i am. that's
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a sunken rabbiting. for now we don't know what happened to the people on board these cheap inflatable boats are not made to last and sometimes sink after days out at sea even if kylie and his crew managed to spot a boat in distress it doesn't mean the passengers will be brought to safety due to a crackdown on n.g.o.s there are very few rescue boats left on the water and merchant vessels try to avoid the affected area all together often the libyan coast guard is the last resort for kelly and his colleagues this is a frustrating experience. because long as ships are being feast rescue capacities are being cut somewhere the only ones keeping an eye on the water we have to deal with situations like this. we're back on the ground where exactly we cannot say. much here are aware that their organizations activities are being closely monitored since the government such as italy have started to crack down on
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rescue n.g.o.s see watch faces public criticism and accusations that they are aiding people smugglers. a claim that most vigorously rejects. but which we would never communicate with people smugglers and no capacity that's simply criminals have made a business with people who suffer and make money out of the 2nd stance that they're so desperate and see no other way than reaching out to them. listen i send it to. cases these claims are used to paint them as criminals have distracts from the real issue. despite the mounting pressure. say they will continue to go in missions for as long as they are allowed to or until their work becomes no longer necessary . morrish years has long been a model of religious tolerance and diversity one place that makes this plain to see is the grave of french priest there not by this place of pilgrimage draws people of
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every race. into faith family outing to the grave of jack daisy love beatified french missionary. was want to hindu but is now a christian by the mondays hindu and and mary is christian each year they come here together. as ye thought if i have problems i come here to talk about it with father love the onset doesn't always come right away but it does come or not but. i usually prefer the children i want them to be growing nicely give them would help. and there would be education good manners that is importing. the dead children are going now growing man and saying their. good habits are really important. in the middle of the 19th century. to have converted tens of thousands of people on their
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wishes but he did more than preach he treated freed slaves as equals and gave a voice to the poor many years still call them the apostle of more riches. well i'm a vile it's important for everyone on earth. he's a symbol of the country's unity if you. people flocked to him you can see this is a disgrace and. people from all religions and cultures on to him as a spiritual father. and as a father figure. the population of moorish assist in doing the rest is made up of christians muslims and buddhists. the pope's visit is a special honor for all faiths. do not consider to be divided up what the
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whole muslim community here welcomes the pope. bowed out even after all we are all one people talk to us from. what i was just we were through with one paper john paul the 2nd visited in 1989. just as thrilled by the current pope's visit we welcome everyone who stands for peace yesterday to boise why he did what he said was evil. by a new mandate and her family visibly moved after the visit to father levels grave. i don't know. if you can explain later she says it gave her strength next year at the latest the family will reunite to come back here just.
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our last story takes us to berlin germany to present aging population so many seniors are top 50 take one tick he still giving swimming lessons at 8. 100 term. but it may be the world's oldest slim teacher at the grand old age of 100 into his still given classes every week at the school in body. swimming is special. for. our tummies doing sports is one of the biggest joys in life. was. keeping fit has certainly helped to keep e.o. young. the full metal worker who wanted to stay active when you
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talk about 14 years ago. he quantified as a swimming instructor and has been teaching children ever since. he was just nothing with the kids i do it all for free if not. more than a 1000 children have taken to the watch of the. kids each doesn't bother them. how old is the only. and how you didn't choose. if. he's really helpful and very patient. if you believe it jackie just thank. you. thank you i might give. a damn if you get a. little blue school acts are full of. they were fearful it's all we're very proud to have had 50 so fit for is a has
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a great sense of humor is wonderful with children all over that keeps them young it . does that new york. i'm not that young anymore. but he on the charts still in the. ranks. yes watch well i can do pretty much anything if i want to get a little bit older i'm not not old just yet. and the children expect to see him diving in every thursday without fail. now you come in. if nothing i can do it in the days i used to dive from the 5 minutes aboard.
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