gauck. memorial service for german wings crash victims starting april 17 at 9:30, live on dw. anchor: welcome back. medical experts and politicians in germany have heaped criticism on a german mother of 13 after she sought help from abroad to become pregnant again at the age of 65. anchor: they are calling her decision irresponsible and inadvisable. she is in her fifth month and expecting quadruplets. reporter: an expectant mother looks at ultrasound images of her quadruplets. for strong heartbeats, everything seems fine. multiple pregnancies always present risks, even for young mothers, but annegret raunigk is 65. >> has become an overnight sensation and they topic of impassioned argument. many say she has crossed medical and ethical boundaries, but she dismisses the fuss. >> what are you supposed to be like at 50? life with children is great. you are always having to rise to a challenge. it probably keeps you young. reporter: the single mother already has 13 children and seven grandchildre
it most likely was that joke and out -- joachim gauck will use the word "genocide" on thursday. there had been a lot of discussion on this resolution that is due to be passed this coming friday. now it will contain the word "genocide," which is a very long time in the making. 10 years ago, when those parties now so pushing for the word "genocide" to be included, the social democrats and the green party were in government together. they only mentioned that word in a footnote, saying that many historians agree that it was genocide. now it took 10 more years for it to be actually spelled out as such here in germany. brent: is anyone there in politics talking about what this could do to germany's relationship with turkey? michaela: no doubt, this is something that will not go down well in ankara. this is due to the fact that the ottoman empire is still seen as something very positive. also, the word "genocide," which has been used by the multis prime minister -- the maltese prime minister in relation to those deaths of hundreds of migrants in the mediterranean, that implies intent.
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