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our fal earthquake struck at the indonesian island of lombok the death toll continues to rise more than four hundred people are now confirmed dead many survivors are still waiting for aid to reach them when the quake has left a quarter of a million people homeless with many schools destroyed aid workers are doing their utmost to help the island's children come to terms with their losses. this kite fluttering in the wind is nothing more than a short moment of fun in such times these kids have to act grown up be brave and strong after their lives were shocked by the quake that struck long book this is their school their old one has been destroyed the sound of laughter resonating through the tent is like medicine for their souls we have like may be out of order for adequate coming up but we have the craft here and the student even don't feel it yet even we haven't this morning but even they have that the saif you're with us they they sing with us they don't even feel the earthquake. the psychologists say
drawing helps process the trauma most pictures are created out of a positive experience pictures of a world that no longer exists. this is what that world now looks like for hundreds of thousands their homes and buildings have been polarized. their home has been destroyed as well what has remained is a fear and a child that is no longer the same as before same as us it was horrible the ground was shaking i didn't know what to do i grabbed my boy he was screaming and shocked he hasn't let go of me for six days not for one second. this is the first time that you did has seen her colleague since the earthquake her business a diving equipment store has been closed all the tourists are gone. if
you did has organized donations for food medicine and diapers necessary goods to keep her colleagues and their families going this is supposed to be a new beginning in their gas and sting your first instinct after such an experience is to go home and back to germany your second thought after reflecting for a moment. no i want to stay here and help and i think for me it's the best way of dealing with the trauma to me steve best it's almost how it's on these items. and it's a trauma that no one can run away from a trauma that they can all relate to so sports news now and the penultimate day of the european athletics championships proved successful for a host nation germany the team secured two more gold medals that berlin's a lympics stadium here's a round up of the main events starting with the women's long jump. but like i'm
iyabo pulled off the most important jump of her sporting career the twenty four year old leapt six point seven five metres in her third attempt that was good enough for gold ahead of rather at ukraine's marina back. fellow german material will go in the high jump of it had some spring in his legs with the bar set at two point three five meters the twenty six year old became european champion with the flawless attempt his victory is germany's first european title in the high jump since one thousand nine hundred eighty two and a historic achievement for great britain deena asher smith already had gold in the one hundred meters in hand and ashley smith dominated the two hundred meters as well wrapping up a european sprint double her outstanding time of twenty one point eight nine seconds also set a new british record. to windsurfing now in spain claim top spots in both the
men's and women's world cup wave discipline event in tenerife by m.r. a no picked up her third consecutive victory in the canaries to claim the outcry from leeds in the overall standings and in the men's three time wave world champion victor fernandez storms to victory the win also puts him on top of the overall standings. this you know i mean in your minutes in going u.s. . open was. what impetus when you sort of got on with what it took and i said i know but it's a term i. can see it is as if to say yes it could be safe but i caught it going on where they're being funded. we make up oh
but we watch as opossum hundred thirty five we are the civil service or. the want to shape the continent's future to. be part of enjoying african youngsters testing share their stories their. and they're challenging. the seventy seven percent of the dummies platform africa. along the four years francisca schreiber was a close advisor to falcon patriot former leader of the far right a.f. tea party tribe or has since left the a.f.p. and has warned about the party's policies. the a.f.p. is the largest opposition party in germany with ninety two members in the german wonderstruck your book about this party is called inside a f d.
d or do you see the party as the second target. and is sick and so it has a sect like structure or not in what way please they put up a united front and everyone has to stick together it's us against the world against everyone else the media and other political parties there's the f.t. and then there's the rest of society they want to set themselves apart and create their own society and that's a strong second leg principle that that's was that why you join the party it's us against the rest of the world and the rest of it can know as well exactly. it was this notion of sticking together and working together towards one primary goal. it was an exciting feeling at first made me feel like i was in good hands. it was like a feel good. you could be attacked from all sides but it didn't matter because the
party sticks together like a family. i thought that was really attractive and i'm someone who. knows what i'm person what was the big issue for you at the beginning to me. i liked the idea of renewal a new political entity that could break up the old political system with more citizen involvement a sort of bottom up grassroots movement that's what appealed to me from the start they wanted to be more of a citizens movement and less of a typical political party talking to. you has he said how did the party change as of the things that got started gradually right from the start there were some nationalists in the f.t. it was a pretty disparate group at first but it grew and grew they were able to attract more nationalists and the. people also joined the party. and of course every time one of them made a shocking statement the more liberal or moderate members left the party they all
said this isn't why i joined so had to be a focus of the stuff is apparently. was it's in the you were the party chair of the youth wing of the f.t. party in the state of saxony the youth wing chairman in lower saxony has claimed that those who try to assassinate hitler were traitors and how radical is the a.f.d.c. youth wing. that's a major problem. with his statement which has since been rejected by the way of dealey variously and it is hardly an exceptional opinion among youth wing members. before lots of them discuss and say things like that behind closed doors and. calling the anti nazi resistance traitors is a glorification of national socialism that's. the part that. you make controversial statements yourself and post in twenty fifteen you said the
denying the holocaust was simply testing the limits of freedom of speech. was tested and that is help us is what i actually said was that holocaust deniers used the speech restrictions to advance their conspiracy theories back then i thought that the restriction should be lifted so that we could bring those people out into the open and confront them directly the media and lot of holes that they have never denied the existence of the holocaust when that's on from on it was deplorable. but at one point i did indeed consider lifting the speech restrictions so that people could express their opinions openly and then be criticised for them. don't even hold on close to is that still your view and i know. we have to consider the feelings of the victims of national socialism and their families we simply cannot allow people to make statements like that. it's one thing not to introduce such
restrictions in the first place and quite another to live to them later if we lifted the existing restrictions now do it seem like we were somehow condoning what people say. so i definitely do not support that position today. but it's the sort of confinement of people this is going to be how do you say that the f.t. has become more right wing in the mean time nationalists. statements are appearing more often in the media one refer to the holocaust memorial in berlin as a monument of disgrace another said that the nazi era was just a blip on the timeline of german history did not are these just verbal slip support . and i. know they are not. at first i thought they were like that person was just misquoted or the remarks were taken out of context. but then i realized that these statements were deliberately made as provocations. there are lots of different reasons for that for example
a party official might have been attacked by colleagues or perhaps his career was on the brink of just been reelected so he makes a scandalous statement to appeal to the grassroots supporters and if they're hardcore they love it they see such remarks as displays of courage and standing up to the establishment. at this moment in the f d a it's quite common for people to make radical comments to prove to their supporters that they haven't gone soft or. vice list these are what's behind this strategy don't they want the state structure to stay like it is through. nine o'clock and no absolutely not. the state structure is make sure that the a if he remains a minority movement particularly in day to day politics the a.f.d. believe that the media should be purged that's the way they put it they say that
all these grubby leftist green and social democrat media people should be tossed out. so that they can no longer influence what people think. and if that were to happen people would see that the a.f.c. is actually the political party that represents the best any bad because it substantially increase thereby. voters off difficult that's. it sounds like the office for the protection of the constitution should step in and their job is to keep an eye on extremists but in your book you claim that the director of that office of the hans-georg mohsen advised former a.f.d. leader franco patriot on how the party could stay out of trouble you've talked to him from i didn't come see what your source for those allegations three days ago as it was playful told me herself that. she also said that beyond heck and even a senior party official should be expelled to keep the authorities from cracking
down. as she said she got your information from personal conversations and told deputy party leader aleksandar golland and several other top officials about it. and will confirm that the topic even came up when the national aids deal eaters held a telephone conference and paid three discussed her consultations with mohsen it's miserable misadventure it claims that you made all of this up and mr marson denies that he has ever advised the a.f.p. . some critics have accused you of exaggerating your importance within the party as part of an effort to sell your book. your response. as. i think people overestimate the power of a nonfiction book about politics. i don't think that a book written by someone who used to be in the a.f.d. is going to make me rich even if there is
a lot of interest in the book and i have no reason to attack p.t. or mohsen that certainly wasn't my intention of. the class not to hate me and i did not part on bad terms. we had a good relationship right up to the end. we no longer have contact with each other. that there is no ill will between us. so because of this in the paper you said you joined the party because of this us against them constant . what at what point did you decide to quit if we could. get ourselves. that's what had us feeling only lasts as long as you agree with everything the party does. but if you start criticising the party policies then you become a target. because suddenly party members see you as part of the establishment
a member of the opposition a collaborator when. you experience hostility and even hatred. there are a lot of insults in the system all of. i experienced that for the first time when i criticised beyond hackett about some of his racial theories. but. i felt a wave of hatred washing over me. and that was when i realised that people in the f.t. don't really stick together but it's all a facade. would you describe your resignation from the party as a positive development if so how. do you know you're almost what. it was really positive that i was able to achieve closure by working through what happened to me i could make a clean break that's another positive messages of support from people some say that
they felt uncomfortable about the party but they blamed themselves now they said they understand how the party works and they decided to leave too or they won't vote for the f.t. again those messages make me feel better. and. your sister's an anti-fascist are you talking again. we never stopped but now i. she enjoys talking to me and her parents. stick with his course they're certainly relieved that i left the party. they couldn't understand why i joined in the first place i suppose they figured that i'd eventually get to the point where i couldn't take it anymore i suppose it doesn't. i was in for the bones of them but i was there in a few draws to a close we'd like you to complete three statements for us. first i helped to spread a hefty propaganda and i regret that because. i brought other people into the party
. in some cases it ruined their lives the boys and i truly regret that top it up as i wrote a book about the f.t. because via. that i wanted closure and to get that i had to work through everything that happened to me. video vote for the a if d. is a vote for and the other party dominated by far right radicals frontispiece tribe of thank you thank you. be in good shape. these are activities everyone does everything. but not for hours on end or hundreds of times a day. how obsessive compulsive disorders can make life hell and place of overcoming. them.
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catherine lekota step on this on this basis in between what's a nice game for kids turned out to be an obsessive compulsive disorder in adults and what this is all about this is what i'm going to talk about this dr tom shaw the head of the department of psychiatry here at the schloss clinic in berlin next to this wonderful palace welcome to good shape. and it's interesting. that he. has an. o.c.d. is a prevalent and painful this that however can be treated effectively if the person overcomes his or her shame and gets the adequate treatment. by the way many famous people who are set to have suffered from o.c.d.
like charles dolphin or martin luther what they have in common other repetitive rituals they are fully aware of but they can stop. just one last check to see if the door is locked or the stove is off lots of people do this but for about two million people in germany these habits are compulsion and sufferers feel enormous pressure to perform certain behaviors again and again. people with obsessive compulsive disorder wash their hands repeatedly brixton. periods of time or check or claim things over and over again for hours on end until they're completely exhausted their compulsion to dominate their lives. ahead of the department of psychiatry of the full spectrum and thanks for having me today. i think everybody knows the situation that he has to double shake of the door is shut over that's turned off but but when there's obsessive compulsive
behaviors he lives absolutely right most people know these kind of behavior and that question is rather simple to be answered because the disorder starts when the subject is suffering and is and i do able to. perform the daily life anymore and one of the typical symptoms we have that kind of says if ect routines that have been have to be performed like checking if the door is locked if the still is turned off or washing cleaning bringing things in a certain kind of or down and we have a lease obsessive thoughts coming into my mind. people are fighting against the thoughts because they are of. sexual or any kind of disgusting nature and told us obsessive compulsive behavior occur with some reason
for it actually we don't know the full reason of course there are genetic components. as a kind of risk factor it's not a genetic disorder at all childhood plays a role in how what does we learn about cleaning about hygiene but there remains a big question mark about the the real. real reasons and how it comes to obsessive compulsive disorder. risk for o.c.d. because i'm used. to store of the office i would say so because it's rather normal behavior and in a way it makes sense to double check things because we're wired lot of trouble and problems and that's typical of most. men and women such kind of behavior as their daily routines you order who told us there that there are different kinds of o.c.d.
with impulses options sessions and actions and christmases out again what's the difference between the impulses and the actions for instance impulses of kind of thoughts in the people fear that they might do something be corus awful lot of control over their self for example jumping out of their window this has nothing to do with suicidal and ideas it's just the fear to lose control or to take a naive and heard someone someone laughter typically this never happens it's very painful to have these impulses but there's no high risk that somebody is taking them absolutely not and this should not be mixed up with suicide risk because these people don't want to die. and in total friends and family react to patients with o.c.d. . normally if they're not informed about this disease or they just think
come on this is a racial it's a racial or to wash twenty times in our your head or to clean up everything or to check the door thirty times and though they say stop it and don't do it this is not helpful this does not help the people so we need to integrate the relatives and the friends into the psychotherapy to inform them that it is a disorder and it does not help. it's just a step so it really affects both the patient and absolutely brings problems into interpersonal relationship and that's typical reason why people seek help and come to us because there's a lot of shame. there so she ate and was upset of compulsive disorder that's hinders the patients from going to a doctor or therapist there's a lot of shame and a lot of good work for the patients who suffer from o.c.d. just check up on extra or. sometimes i wash my hands twenty times in an hour.
i use up a bar of soap within five days so. there was a time it's now been a year already when it was so bad that my skin was very badly affected by it it got totally red roar and dry. talking afterwards it got so bad that i had to go to the dermatologist. my dermatologist said it looked like second degree burns and he wanted to send me to the hospital oh yes she. gets into the shower again although she already washed herself thoroughly just two hours ago. she can't do anything about her compulsion the washing ritual goes according to strict rules first she blathers herself up from head to toe then she cleans the water faucet and finally she cleans the entire shower stall. obsessive compulsion it's like a prison i'm knocked in and i don't have the key i can't free myself from this prison
line sometimes regain ascribes her apartment until late at night the compulsion dominates her life a job is out of the question now she lives on welfare. what can someone with o.c.d. do to say stop washing their hands professor short his colleagues are trying out what's called exposure therapy. weaker than expected. and dirtier ok. i'm a bit afraid of what's in there. ok ok so now you're going to open it. to. the lady with the whole surface of your hand ok so now i want to talk about. the i'm not allowed to wash my hands for three hours. what would actually happen if the patient wouldn't wash his hands that would be
a companion to buy a therapeutic before and after that it could be helpful because the patient realizes that the in attention decreases even though he does not wash his or her hands so it's curable it'll most patients yes not in all of whom we see it that it's more prevalent in younger people around the age of twenty and thirty and in the older people around the age of sixty we have less frequently and who should seek professional help everyone who is suffering from his calm politicians are obsessions. or isn't able anymore to cope with daily daily life it. and psychotherapy in a military setting always the right choice or that's a treatment of the first line treatment that's a treatment of choice and not pills not medication it's psychotherapy and
outpatient treatment however sometimes the disease is that awful that patients on a long able to go to a psychotherapist for example if they need to control their dog for let's say five hours before they can leave the apartment they have to come to in a psychiatric hospital ok so you have to meet the patients yes interest doc therapy there is a long term setting in the clinic. it should only be as long as a patient is becomes able to go to an ambulatory ok and then you continue the ambulatory psychotherapist treatment of choice can you see the become really dangerous the patients for instance kill themselves. these impulsive thoughts i could jump out of the window i could take a knife this never happens and the should not be mixed up with suicidal ideas because these patients they don't want to die they want to live out of it might become dangerous for example for the hands to washing fifty times
a day in the hands of their. courses skin suffering if you widen no scope a little bit and look into other countries of the world to be distributed to other countries we have it in every region of the world be corsets and natural behavior to control things which might be helpful if it's in an anomaly. and the prevalence is between one and three percent of the population in all countries we have a. more low in taiwan and hong kong as i saw the figures and prevalent in canada and in germany and previous really three percent is quite frequent yes that's quite for even for a disease. so if you live in another country and you don't have access to psychotherapy you treat o.c.d. then yes psychotherapy is a treatment of choice and medication isn't so that's not
a good alternative medication with psychotherapy does not help much however they are quite good to sell palp programs in the internet so if you go to the head and look for o.c.d. and sell palp you might find helpful programs and this is safe there so for the program of course says a lot of all i checked it looked quite good to. use the riots strategies that might. ok there we go to view christian from el salvador. wants to know whether this is also an indication for other psychological younger sons oh yes so that might be a very have a lot of co-morbidity as we call it that means that. together within our psychotic disorder fall example schizophrenia all are or addiction does is so every therapist is ought to look carefully of there's a second disorder as well thanks for answering all my questions and if you've got
any questions please write me an e-mail. on one of our upcoming shows we'll be looking at obesity and this will see that health problems how can a beast people lose weight when it's stomach reduction surgery an option if you have a question on that send it to us at in good shape at d. w. dot com just put obesity in the subject line we look forward to hearing from you. her knee is a very common especially among men they become visible when you lift something heavy or when you cough and then this typical bollywood should peters and then it's high time to see a doctor. i love bulge all swelling in the abdomen or growing area maybe a honey this condition mostly affects men. mathematics student athlete until players a fitness enthusiast the twenty six year old trains in the gym or at the beach
whenever he can but one day he suddenly felt a slight stabbing pain in the septum and. now after you go to his her exercising i look down at myself and saw a bulge i was kind of shocked because it obviously meant something was wrong but it was pretty large and plain to see so at first i was a bit worried. that he will mask the moments and disregard he was too worried to carry on doing his. sport and missed a whole season of kite surfing. that's why they kept bothering me my body just didn't feel healthy. clo had a lump in his grain he ignored it for a while but eventually he became concerned. i was afraid it was some kind of chuma whenever i tried to lift something heavy it would pop out but it wasn't nice. abdominal surgeon. sees thousands of hernias every year.
means there's a hole in the abdominal wall it won't close on its own so surgery is the only way to repair it so the hernia can heal permanently. now that he's retired christian call has finally decided to have the lung checked out. using ultrasound his doctor is able to see that the hernia kids reached a critical stage. this is a large inguinal honea as a large kernel sac in the scrotum containing intestinal loops several of them including a cone if that gets stuck it will need to be operated on immediately to save the intestine and free it to the front. as so-called strangulated hernia is the most dangerous kind. be abdominal muscles are sensitive in organs in a hernia the connective tissue weakens intense tissue slips through and forms
a bulge if a stretch of intestine gets trapped it could be fatal if blood flow to the tissue is cut off. most hernia operations a minimally invasive because janklow has already suffered a heart attack and takes blood thinners that's why he recommends open surgery to reduce the risk of post-operative bleeding although. he straightened of general anesthesia grease to go ahead with the operation. the surgeon makes a minor incision and pushes the lump back into the abdominal cavity. then he inserts a mesh with an opening for the spermatic cord to close up the hernia. dr baggage checks. hernia he's otherwise young and healthy so the minimally invasive surgery is unlikely to pose any major risks to forty's or the advantage of this method is
that you can assess the state of the interior of the abdomen so the surgical trauma and therefore the pain that might arise after the operation is pretty small. during the operation under general anesthesia three small incisions are made in oddly arms abdominal wall and the surgical instruments are inserted the hernia is visible on the monitor here too and mesh is used it's pushed into the abdominal cavity fire and disco and closes up the hernia from the inside. was open hernia surgery has also gone smoothly. of course i was very relieved to wake up again. it's silly to say or fear that i had before has vanished i'm glad i've got out of the way. pilot has a little bit of pain for a few months. it took a while before i could feel confident about my body again. now he can finally go
kitesurfing again everything has healed nicely and he's back in the water. with our leeward smell and talking about mouth odor not the one with. garlic i mean the one that doesn't go away what's it all about check this out. turner has an important appointment with his dentist this piece of equipment will show whether or not his how ptosis has been cured. it's we can move we're taking an air sample from the back of the mouth above the tongue and we'll have a look at the result let's just take this point. four weeks ago went to see his dentist having spent a year trying to cure his back breath. he also works with patients so he was very self conscious about it. and the whole thing started when my wife
had a word with me she said my breath it started to smell but it was a big surprise at first i was shocked i also deal with patients so it's really embarrassing because i'm sure i have good dental hygiene you know i use an electric toothbrushes laws i clean my teeth after meals are you. but i realised it wasn't enough because i know i meet. the dentist uses this holly meter to measure the levels of salt first. bacteria excrete sulfur compounds that cause the unpleasant smell. it can be a difficult subject to broach we asked members of the public if they told someone about that bad breath. new test no no you can't do that you just have to ignore it . my math teacher has been breath but i don't tell him because i don't want to risk migrating. to i wouldn't say anything because they're usually or you know.
they might worry that you think that. trying to for proof of who was the odor is caused by anaerobic bacteria. ninety five percent of them sit in the space between the gum and the truth. and sometimes they're at the back of the tongue. for you can use a tongue cleaner to get rid of them. in between. chief it's very important to use an intraday into a brush that's the right size that so you can get the bacteria under control the odor comes from areas in the mouth that's hard to reach with a normal tooth brush even with the most thorough cleaning there are easy ways to gauge your own hygiene. you can floss between your teeth and smell it or stroke the back of your tongue and smell your finger breathing into a bag where your hands isn't very effective and you can't smell your own breath that well. i mean i'm. going to has been using into dental
brushes under tongue cleaner has he managed to clear up his how to use x. . just over and that's a really fantastic result you're well within the normal range now we're not seeing those big build ups of sulfur anymore because we've reduced the levels of oral bacteria it's flawless this is. i'm so pleased thanks for the information i'd never have known. you'll be able to kiss your wife again. this can affect anyone so it's good to be open and speak freely about the condition it's certainly paid off for them to. one of the most dangerous any moves in the world is the most kito willed white transmits a lot of diseases some of them even fatal lucky me not here in germany you know bites can still be very nasty especially if you scratch.
they bug you even if you just want one it's already too late since whales and mosquito bites are often more than just annoying. in tropical countries many species of mosquitoes such as the asian tiger mosquitoes are vectors of disease that's long been known but nowadays many people in germany are visiting their doctors for mosquito bites as the bites become severely inflamed. we see a lot of patients with mosquito bites they come in and we can send them home quickly. within nine days we had six people with infected mosquito bites who all had to receive antibiotics most. koenig was bitten on the foot by a mosquito three weeks ago her leg swelled up severely when it got to the point where she could barely walk she sought medical help. i thought going to the doctor for a mosquito bite seemed pretty stupid i didn't want to go but i called when it got
really swollen and they said i should come by. if an infected insect bite turns red and gets as big as the pall of your hand. or if you have a fever on you on shore then you should go to the doctor. and. bacteria can enter the bloodstream through the mosquito bite from there they spread throughout the body and multiply near the vessels that transport the tissue fluid from the leg toward the heart the bacteria clog the lymph vessels the fluid cannot get through the leg swells up and the infection spreads. and that's why you are called spock prescribed ten days worth of antibiotics for for. and now the swelling in her foot has gone down whether the bacteria entered the womb through scratching or the mosquito transmitted them is unclear the mosquito saliva plays a big role in determining how irritating its bites are and it can very well. why
there are more reactions in some years than in others likely depends on the composition of the saliva changing from year to year no one knows why it could be climate or weather changes but. another guess many mosquito bites become infected if farmers use liquid manure on their fields the mosquitoes come into contact with the fecal matter and when they bite aggressive microbes enter the womb. that something new about god believes last year his hand swelled up so massively for two days after being bitten by a mosquito that it didn't look like his own hand anymore. it's. such a gigantic fat. and i couldn't move it any more not even my fingers when i went to the hospital when the pain was excruciating so i thought my heart would explode to monaghan plotzed. apart from that
a red line formed on his arm an inflammatory reaction that indicated blood poisoning. was lying in bed with a huge i.v. containing antibiotics and covering this. he was treated in the hospital for three days if he had waited just twenty four hours before going to the doctor it would have been too late. experts say to treat any mosquito bite don't scratch it but cool it. is a good idea it lessens the blood flow naturally and also reduces the chance of the germs being able to spread quickly and it helps to stop the itchiness. cortisone can help if it gets worse you can also take anti histamine tablets if the bite stays swollen and you get a fever then show your mosquito bite to the doctor. and
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another probe and fly closer to the sun than any spacecraft has done ever before its mission is to study the corona atmosphere around the sun nasa hopes to find out more about what's known as the solar wind this control satellites of course and disrupt the power grid on scientists have developed a revolutionary new he choose to protect the probe from the sun's extreme temperature. another spacecraft is named after a physicist eugene palca who predicted the existence of the solar wind sixty years ago now says one point five billion dollar mission is being described as one of the most ambitious projects ever undertaken by the u.s. space agency. this is a mission solar physicists could only dream of for sixty years. a space probe the can approach the sun close enough to enter its atmosphere. the objective is to
examine how solar flares formed. when currents of electronically charged particles hit the earth they threaten sensitive electronics and satellites that's why scientists want to be able to forecast devastating solar storms. the parker solar probe will gather the necessary data with four instruments this means coming closer to the sun than any other space probe has before. and to be successful it has to survive being showered by energy particles and extreme radiation this externally hostile environment demands highly developed technology a carbon he chilled with the thickness of twelve centimeters on the probe enters the sun scorching atmosphere its surface will heat up to fourteen hundred degrees celcius the onboard computer has to continually readjust the heat shield so that electronic and measuring devices inside can remain at room temperature and keep
working. if the probe falters in some way unprotected parts will simply melt. with every approach to the sun the probe has to fold in its solar panels behind the heat shield only a small part can be exposed to extreme radiation. the probe has been fitted with this cooling system during a flight through the sun's atmosphere it will cool the solar antennas and keep the instruments working. the parker solar probe will orbit the sun twenty four times coming closer to the star each time until the end of the year twenty twenty four when it's supposed to make its final approach solar physicists are eagerly anticipating a trove of new data. now the u.s. city of charlottesville in virginia has been marking one year since the violent fight supremacy rally that left one woman dead the anniversary was marked mainly
with peaceful vigils on saturday but there was a brief tense confrontation between police and demonstrators angry at the large number of officers in riot gear up last year hundreds of white nationalists descended on charlotte's will to protest the removal of a monument to confederate general robert the rally turned violent as protesters clashed with counter protesters culminating in the death of thirty two year old heather high a who was killed when a man drove his car into a crowd now our correspondent alexandra phenomena was in charlottesville where she spoke with highers mother had the high you always had that sparkle in her eyes susan bro tells me when we meet in charlottesville carrying on her daughter's fight for social justice she says helps her to cope with the grief when i first held the urn with her ashes. and i realized that urn in my arms was about the same weight on
the same size as she was the day she was born and that was hard. hier believed in standing up to discrimination so when far right nationalists came to town she joined her black friends to protest in august last year white supremacist neo nazis and members of old tried groups from across the country who are to challenge the bill from the now infamous unite the right rally clashes soon broke out between the group and counting demonstrators. the violence intimate in that two hands that. this is the place where it happened right here a car driven by a white supremacist smashed into a group of counter protesters killing heather higher and injuring many others hires this sparked outrage across the country which was employed fired by president
strums sayliyah to clearly condemn white nationalists and neo nazis for the violence at charlottesville for many here this was the moment they decided to stand up against hatred bigotry and racism an outpouring of public support has encouraged activists like delay instrument the roots of racism run deep here she says pointing to his to confederate general robert e. lee still standing proud as just one example but for too long people of shallow debil didn't want to confront the issue schmidt tells me they wanted their peace and quiet white supremacy is part of the everyday fabric. of our political life our economic life the way policing is conducted against black people and you know so there's much more discussion of this you know even among people especially white people who were previously very kind of self-satisfied and thought that everything was fine. and see any verse three approaches still ancient and other local activist
held a panel discussion to promote the importance of remaining vigilant. but if you eat beef can. simply ignoring the problem they say they want to make it to go away. and later in the day we'll be going live to washington d.c. where a number of rallies are planned our correspondents will be live on the ground but let's go ahead now to some other stories making news around the world the jordanian security forces have pulled the bodies of three suspected militants from the rubble of the collapsed high don is one of the deadliest in recent jazz. and the west african nation of mali voting has begun in the second round of presidential elections incumbent ibrahim. seen here on the left is expected to win security start the first round of voting was overshadowed by violence at polling stations
the celebrated british author serviettes nightfall has died at the age of eighty five by paul was born in trinidad in one thousand nine hundred two to two parents of indian origin he dozens of books many of which dealt with colonialism and its legacy and won many a fictitious most prestigious awards including the nobel prize. for seven days after a powerful earthquake struck the indonesian island of lombok the death toll continues to rise more than four hundred people are now confirmed dead many survivors are still waiting for aid to reach them the quake has left a quarter of a million people homeless with many schools destroyed aid workers are doing their utmost to help the island's children come to toms with their losses. this kite fluttering in the wind is nothing more than a short moment of fun in such times these kids have to act grown up be brave and strong after their lives were shocked by the quake that struck long book this is their school their old one has been destroyed the sound of laughter resonating
through the tent is like medicine for their souls we have like may be out of order for them adequate coming up maybe have the coffee air and the student even don't feel it yet even have it this morning but even they have them in the fire here with us they they sing with us they don't even feel the weight. the psychologists say drawing helps process the trauma most pictures are created out of a positive experience pictures of a world that no longer exists. this is what that world now looks like for hundreds of thousands their homes and buildings have been polarized. their home has been destroyed as well what has remained is a fear and a child that is no longer the same as before. it was horrible the
ground was shaking i didn't know what to do i grabbed my boy he was screaming and shocked he hasn't let go of me for six days not for one second. this psychologist in uniform knows that feeling of helplessness and how hard it is to deal with it. a soul is more difficult than the body because the body when you eat and see and when you get three. you can be soon but. not the second. this is the first time that you did has seen her colleagues since the earthquake. her business a diving equipment store has been closed all the tourists are gone. when you did has organized donations for food medicine and diapers necessary goods to keep her colleagues and their families going this is supposed to be
a new beginning in their gas and sting your first instinct after such an experience is to go home back to germany your second thought after reflecting for a moment is no i want to stay here and help and i think for me it's the best way of dealing with the trauma to me steve best almost. and it's a trauma that no one can run away from a trauma that they can all relate to. changing track to sports now the curtain raiser for germany's top flight football season takes place today this year's super cup is a rematch of last season's german cup final getting league champions by and munich against cup winners and talk from frankfurt have seen some major departures over the summer including gorge. to their super cup opponents now it's up to his successor to pick up the pieces. need. after winning the swiss league
with young boys band he's now in the hot seat at frankfurt not an easy task especially after losing four key players but one big name remains until the beach recently rose to new heights with croatia when they finished run us up at the world cup in russia he's decided to stay and extend his contract with the eagles. some of those under frank i'm very pleased to be back and to get to know the new coach which it's also in on a for me to be here and to be getting ready for the new season or the channel at the sec. frankfurt when the usa for their pre-season training camp the team has a few bands that need smoothing out so what better way to do that then to take on the mighty buy on. course we want to win this competition but we also know we were up against the best team in germany against the record
champions but i like might seem to play like they want to win it from the first minute on words that will show our mentality and whether we can chance what we practice in training on to the pitch as o.c. . win or lose tranter it is a team in transition with a difficult season and ahead of them. some other sports now to windsurfing and spain claim top spots in both the men's and women's world cup wave discipline event in tenerife it by a moreno picked up a third consecutive victory in the canaries to. the outright lead in the overall standings. and in the men's the three time wave the wall the victim told to victory the. top of the overall. you know what before we go a quick look at the top stories we're following now also has launched
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solutions and reforestation. they create interactive content teaching the next generation about environmental protection and we're determined to build something here for the next generation global ideas the multimedia environment series on t w . my name is how long i love. a mexican conductor. come with me and great musicians and friends. all over the world. i just assume the title of music director of the queensland symphony orchestra in brisbane and i'm really honored for that because this is an institution that's been going on for seventeen years actually this is its seventieth birthday so join me in exploring our rehearsal space. subject creatures that we get to work.
this is joke in that moment no longer our composer and become my favorite conductor now would you save just because i'm here i have i know i said it on film so no no other conductor want to work with me as. well we're very happy to hear your new work for your daughter and how's it going for you. after the first i was so excited after the first reading you just you know everything jumped off the page three line hands. the musicians are so open to it they get it yet it's so i want to wait to hear only we are going to do the radical thing ever and she's going to be singing with the
orchestra she is she's she's i mean it's basically she's like an instrumentalist who. instead of using your instrument she's using the voice and. i know that you know that because it's all worthless. and even the that the term scat which is associated with louis armstrong of ella fitzgerald doing what you do that you begin to get enough to need needed and then they did it i took so to that concept not a war let's take it to the concert you know and in the symphonic sense and say what what we said we don't like an artist i don't know i'm sure someone's going to come up and say this is
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it's an absolute honor to be the music director of the queensland symphony orchestra and britain australia. because they're wonderful musicians but also it's a nice challenge because usually i get to go to an orchestra for a week i stay there and by the time we're starting to get to know each other i'm going to the next place the next orchestra whereas being the music director you get to work on a long term plan a sound a way of playing and he gets know each other. or a struggle really understands mother the very first time i came to do a mother with her the rest rection symphony second symphony of my life and i was
blown away by how well they understood this really a broad changes of character. in rehearsal so about solving puzzles sometimes this puzzle sir not as easy to solve mutely and the conductor has to solve the dinner for her so at the moment but it with the cure so i always feel like we're in it together for a lot i know. it. does. seem like a cure i i. yeah
yeah. oh. the first symphony by gustav matter the titan is one of the pieces that i've done the most of and many times i have to say the best song ever felt with it and with the result the happiest year result was that she was so as we started our very first season together in two thousand and seventeen was a very special concert it was sense of magic.
this weekend got to work with one of the band strike companies in the world the royal ballet and one of the best by the areas in the world so neither you enough street who are actually giving me a little dancing lesson the new balance and i always want to feel what it actually is like to stand on the point she was and it happened to be so my this very last week and very last performances with the roy about it so it was very emotional moment and a real privilege to be part of this right balance and. marijuana
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taking their destinies into their own hands. d w multimedia series food for god. d w dot com or go. i may want to welcome to our highlights edition of the show with the best picks of the week i'm your host maggie lake there's a look at what we've got in store for you today. festival fringe every year the arts event draws lots of visitors and performers to every for a. measurable moments we visit a museum dedicated to the art of conjuring. and swiss so
journalist who is tone of the congo and its annual film festival. we kicked off the program in edinburgh which is playing host to the biggest cultural event in europe the festival fringe started in one thousand forty seven as an event for fringe groups and it's since grown into a giant venue for artists and performers from all over the world where this year artist from more than fifty countries are taking part so visitors certainly do have quite a selection to choose from for the performers competition is fierce for gathering an audience well we went there to find out more. every august musicians acrobats and theatre groups converge on edinburgh scotland for the fringe and for more than three weeks the venerable royal mile in the historical old town becomes a stage for performers from all over the world. and
it was. time. to time to say. well it. is unique. as far as i'm aware this police sales in the world where art just lives and breathes it's overwhelming but i think that's the best part of frames where you go you get pulled into one direction or another you know quite know what you're going to hear. most of the performers spend the day trying to get as many people as they can to come to their show. you come to the show like that. the more than thirty five hundred shows range from cabaret to stand up comedy to classical theater and musicals competition is intense and in the open air . it's it's very difficult where i'm from nine o'clock in the morning just straight away flattering and i were doing silly stuff like pellets to try and just drop
a tight chin because. different big shot. singer and the dean has come with her band all the way to skye. from australia to play their latest programme titled broken romantics. will be appearing for a total of twenty one evenings emma dean already scored a big success touring clubs back in australia and they have to make publicity in the streets now but now they see we know at least to sort of be on the street in a strategy of firing it's not something that we see here for our show you so it's a whole new world out but after last night we noticed that there that ticket sales have spiked so i think word of mouth is a really. really. probably the best way to put a show i was over fifty thousand performances go to make this the world's largest arts festival it's been growing since it was first held in one hundred forty seven and just keeps getting bigger expanding to pubs theatres and even clubs anyone who
can talk their way into one of the three hundred seventeen venues can join in. there's a cultural democracy that underpins the framers so it doesn't matter if your kindness product or you're an artist who's performing for the first time you get exactly the same coverage in the friends programme you get exactly the same treatment exactly the same slot in the end the bad news the host to the news that there's a kind of beautiful a quality to it it's. a successful theatre groups come to edinburgh as well the cambridge footlights are taking their show pillow talk on a world tour the group from cambridge university was founded in one thousand nine hundred three and it's steeped in tradition. every year the company's lineup changes. stars like john cleese stephen fry and emma thompson were first discovered here the show's humor is typically british black n.
merciless. they didn't even have to drum up an audience. it's so much easier to sell it's people recognizing what i think about i reckon i know the lives of people who come up to it i know at the top side which i watch and it's to try and then they kind of then come to see the next that kind of columbia. they come from a great tradition and faith ha expectational. such famous predecessors are a tough act for the new york sambal to follow. you know only for bo. the same evening just a few minutes walk farther on and the dean will soon find out how effective their publicity for broken romantics was. the house is two thirds full that's relatively good. the audience is taken on a journey through love sickness suffering and confidence the message is simple
a broken heart can heal if you learn to accept yourself as you walk. the show with her voice is amazing i thought it was very unique not what i was expecting thankfully that what do you and some of us will just keep growing and growing which they seem to be doing really naturally just to get the show in front of us many people as possible to make can do connections. for this day and the gina and her band are just tomorrow's another day and another performance at the famous fabulous for it. clothes make the man but do they make them happy well one place to find out is in the danish capital copenhagen which has been playing host to fashion week plus the days of already been voted some of the happiest people on the planet so does the so-called scanned style have something to do with let's find out. this year's copenhagen fashion week is
a showcase of what's come to be known as scandi style thirty three designers from around scandinavia are presenting their creations for next summer in the audience is danish fashion reporter simm ahead and she knows her way around europe's catwalks and can tell us what's unique about fashion from the north. canadian fashion you can if you wear it all it doesn't it's not so complicated you can mix it in different ways and if. it's like it's good every day you can use it if not why only potted from the weekend not to use it every day by the route and even appeal to everyone to do that to have a really kind of easy going and laid back attitude towards fashion so scandinavian style is comfortable and stylish these principles have guided designers at labels like danny or sam soon sam soon as well as newer competitors will smile and launch . a young fashion capital city that said we still have
a really good approach to having it's been made in all to me it's like being at a personal style everybody is kind about finding the own personality in your style and i think that kind of give us a lot we don't just want to be you know the girl with the bat i want to be the one that i trust the things in our own direction wardell way. the danes like to be cozy and comfortable or as they say the un's world happiness report often places the danes ahead or just behind the norwegians and finns as the world's happiest people just danish fashion reflects that just scandinavian fashion make people happy people don't seem stressed out much behind the scenes here at the fashion week whether for the label blushes or opening show or as the host why their label not even when things have fallen behind schedule. then months less and if you let stress take over nothing good can come of it anyway that's why it's so important
for us to keep calm and achieve our goals think of. the designers are often inspired by street style so alongside more natural tones lots of vibrant hues seen on the streets of europe's northernmost cities we're on the catwalk at copenhagen fashion week it's a concept that resonates with customers. personally it makes me very happy it's a way for people to express themselves and also for me so it makes me having to see all these different clothes and different styles that they put out there i just enjoy dressing up really nice i just think it makes me feel good when i look good and i think fashion makes have because it's about colors its expression on people you know that what you wear is the kind of making a sick note and i think it has a huge impact on how we approach and look at people. so
what makes the scandinavian designers so successful just being in a good mood help you be more creative. they didn't from blanche says it does. to me inspiration is everywhere but i think i work best when i'm happy and i work best when i'm out among people i work best in a friendly happy environment and with people i love and trust because i put my work my marks down and i open my senses and to me that's the best way to be crazy. actually and positivity are very important test both in the way we live and how we create our collections. so yes. everyone here seems to agree fashion can make you happy a simple message that will hopefully make its way from copenhagen fashion week to the rest of the world. when we think of
magic we think of people like harry houdini or after him david copperfield who put on spectacular shows but did you know that modern magic as we know it today actually got its start things to one frenchmen. pave the way for today's magicians and shows and in the french town of blue there's even a whole museum do. i've traveled there recently on a discovery tour. these dragons are just one surprise awaiting visitors at the house of magic in france they're part of an entire museum dedicated to be part of conjuring. this place is a must for anyone fascinated with magic or optical from radin hard trade shows to a room filled with optical illusions this museum has been called a temple to the magic arts go inside and out for.
inside the house of magic it's filled with illusions and nothing here is as it really seems. magicians like match you my lady are also on hand to engage visitors in a bit of fun and mystery with their tricks speed imprecision is key here. i tried to find out the secret to this comic card but in the end i still had no idea of how it was done. to. be the only source of fish with. why i think we live in a society that is very rational ok magic is the last bastion of mystery and secrets that exist if they are you going to allow those people to hold on to some mystery that is absent in society. this man is widely considered the father of modern magic
. he was born in the wire eighteen zero five and later moved to paris where he began his for reign magic by opening a theater his allusions soon became a hit with the public and the whole deal with. was or watchmaker and thanks to science he completely redesigned the illusion. but he primarily modified magic scenes. in the movie. before him there were sorcerers who tried to scare the audience. down breaston or find certain you he had piano accompaniment for his magic tricks. man he created the image of the gentleman magician. influenced countless magicians after him the most famous of them was american illusionist harry houdini who even adopted and modified dan's name. magic of
course is all about optical illusions and tricking the eye in here in the house of magic there is a whole room dedicated to this subject. unlike in other museums the house of magic invites visitors to interact with the exhibitions and go on a sort of magical mystery tour. there is also a magic show which takes place at least four times a day. thank you. thank sea. it's surprising and it forces us to cross-check things we'll get to know the show is that this ridiculous combination of. the must
be some clever tricks there is a very good. one it is in the our valley it's also home to a boil chateau once the residence of french kings the town has around forty six thousand residents so it relies heavily on tourism to survive but do the visitors really learn anything about magic. in their visits i think he did it well. i just came from looking at the illusion with the bottles and the euro bills inside it really impressed me because you see an empty bottle but then all of a sudden it's there with the money and you can see how the magicians really use optical illusions to trick us. examples of how magicians have tricked their audiences through the ages are located throughout the museum but visitors won't find any answers as to how it done. so my visit to the house of magic is coming to an end i must honestly say none the wiser but it has picked my interest
in magic until the next time it is barred from war. and the dragons roar on luring visitors into their mysterious world. time now to take another trip and next step we are headed to the southern swiss town of locarno where the crime to the crime of the film industry is currently gathering at the shores of lake a majority as this famous festival draws to an end while we join the crowds of film lovers to find out how the festival impacts the town. this was town of locarno is nestled in the slopes that rise from the north end of the lago much or. the p.r. lies at the center of the medieval town during the annual film festival the square becomes an open air cinema with seating for up to eight thousand people. in the morning the town is still quiet but one person is already working tirelessly daniela haas has to make sure that all the screenings will go smoothly and safely
no matter how unusual the location. to seal off the payouts are grown to complain when we have to make some compromises given the size. you'll hardly find a setting like this anywhere else it's one of a kind you have to see it for yourself. a prominent lined by palm trees leads from the piazza grande a stranger to the lago majority leader german directors and fun little back comes here to unwind a bit in between p.r. appointments. her latest film will have its premiere this evening on the piazza grande. mission is this is our goal is the greatest part of it for me is this open air cinema i've been here twice before so this is my third time here for me it's like an enormous gift for example i went swimming in the largo majority last night i simply can't think of a better place to have
a world premiere until i. look upon those old town is just a five minute walk from the lake. the alleyways all around the santa antonio about a parish church lead to the town's oldest restaurants. the movie stars can relax chat and eat like royalty in these establishments. most of the film festival cinemas are also in the old town district swiss journalist mikhail zen houser has been reporting on the film festival for over three decades he appreciates that he can always find a quiet spot to write his review after watching a film. doesn't seem as paradise and enchanted garden like it's just magical so much you're right back into the movie was written for. another movie theatre is in a converted school building. photographer marco abrams has his next shoot and the
custom of this continue built in the middle ages. the north wing has undergone extensive renovation. the magic straw it once housed a monastery school this is where the film festivals major gullas are held. marco. from likes to photograph people from the international film industry in the medieval cloisters he's been chronicling the film festivals development in his books a photo since about two thousand eight hundred thoughts about agnes of a place to take pictures with the lights great and there are some excellent perspectives i've taken more photos here than anywhere else where you park and i thought it was the. early evening on the piazza condé things are getting tense for daniela haas he breached the security people one last time the eight thousand seats under the sky are gradually filling up. zaandam metal
brackets ready for her walk down the red carpet but just as she and her main actors stride through the closed and friends to the piazza get on day the first viewers slip out and away soaking wet a sudden thunder storm has struck. cut the i hope it stops split in some consolation to think it's better for it to rain now and then during the film i'm incredibly excited but i wish the rain would stop so all the people who have come here to see this picture can watch it without getting some folks seem kind of going to think that's not them. but the die hard fans who sit all the way through stand by nettle backs what doesn't kill us will need some good waterproofing. the next day the weather gods show mercy it's blue skies and buildings again and the car knows it's a grand day is a picture palace again only for ten days as every year in august.
and finally we were out of the show with a relaxing past time on the water fishing but this isn't the kind of fishing that involves older men sitting on the banks of a lake this is a hipper version involving young people in berlin now you wouldn't think that the german capital would be conducive to the sport but here st fishing is becoming more and more popular especially among young city dwellers well we caught up with some of them right in the middle of berlin. a lot of young city dwellers have taken up street fishing as their new pastime. this phenomenon probably got started in paris but now it's spreading across europe . angling enthusiastic to arest likes to go fishing in berlin. and then. when i go fishing it really helps me relax forget all your problem or so.
fishing two or three times a week one of his favorite spots is the young friend brook and central role and. if you look at going to finish up with a lot of people believe there aren't any fish around here with their own group they're all kinds of. mostly perch and asks they're all great fish. perch there's a lot of them too. this one's a little too small for me to keep. the elephant well with the. let's go to your club the pike it tastes great to you but on the. whole. the water quality in berlin's rivers and lakes is much better than many people think even celebrities have taken up the sport david beckham and his son. former german national footballer miroslav klose and spanish tennis star rafael nadal. especially young people are attracted to street fishing. murawski is in
his early twenty's. so it's really cool after work but you just go down to the water you just take your fishing rod and some bait and you're all set to go i think . he's right you really don't need a lot of gear just as well if you're going to go fishing in the city you shouldn't carry around a lot of baggage. st fishing has also become a trending topic on line many anglers she. they videos on you tube. victor has his own you tube channel with one hundred thirty thousand subscribers and twenty seven million viewers. it's one of the most successful german fishing channels. and i think the main reason people like my shows is that they're not just about fishing. i always try to tell a story to both you and the difference between you tube and regular t.v. is that it's real you know if people can see that and that's why they like my
videos because if you do. there are about five million amateur anglers in germany and that number is growing every year. more and more people are joining fishing associations to. do was on food and. i think there are a lot of different reasons for that. one from a lot of people just want to get back to nature and do outdoor activities of and right now we've got all those you tube videos on fishing. you to cave done a lot for the sports image and idea and it's now cool to go fishing. for. warped. street fishing a hip you sport that's really catching on and you don't have to get all dressed up in fishing vests in waiting boots shorts t. shirts and baseball caps are just fine. other than the stuff looking for the street fishing is a sociable activity and you're not sitting around by yourself on a lake you can stop for food and drink and when people get together on the water in
the evening it's like being with friends a little bit about on the. street fishing right in the middle of the city a new way to relax right outside your front door. and with that we were out for another week of your own max you can always keep up with the show on our social media pages as always for me in the rest of the crew i think so for tuning in and we will see it again soon.
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this is live from launches of ground breaking. the song. cape canaveral on its way to unlock the mysteries of all stalls. culture coming up . in the united states the city of charlotte is marking the first anniversary of. students and activists commemorate the confrontation between. protesters that left one person dead in the city last. again in washington d.c.
. and the death toll on the rises again more than four hundred people are now confirmed dead after last week's earthquake. a quarter of a million people off homeless we'll have the latest. it's good to have you with us. nasa has launched a groundbreaking mission to unlock the secrets of ahsan after the twenty four due to a technical problem the solar probe finally lifted off from cape canaveral in florida three two. zero. liftoff now the probe will fly closer to the sun than any spacecraft has ever done before its mission is to study the corona. around the sun and nasa hopes to find out more about what's known as
the solar wind. satellites off course and disrupt the power grid scientists have developed a revolutionary new he chewed to protect the probe from the sun's extreme temperature . and the spacecraft is named after a physicist. who predicted the existence of the solar wind is sixty years ago one point five billion dollar mission has been described as one of the most ambitious projects ever undertaken by the u.s. space agency. this is a mission solar physicists could only dream of for sixty years. a space probe the can approach the sun close enough to enter into atmosphere. active is to examine how solar flares. wind currents of electronically charged particles hit the earth they threaten sensitive electronics and satellite that's
why scientists want to be able to forecast devastating solar storms. the parker solar probe to gather the necessary data with four instruments this means coming closer to the sun than any other space probe has before. and to be successful it has to survive being showered by energy particles and extreme radiation this extraordinary hostile environment demands highly developed technology a carbon he chilled with the thickness of twelve centimeters. when the probe enters the sun scorching atmosphere its surface will heat up to fourteen hundred degrees celcius the onboard computer has to continually readjust the heat shield so that electronic and measuring devices inside can remain at room temperature and keep working. if the probe falters in some way unprotected parts will simply melt. with every approach to the sun the probe has to fold in its solar panels behind the
heat shield only a small part can be exposed to extreme radiation. the probe has been fitted with this cooling system during a flight through the sun's atmosphere it will cool the solar antennas and keep the instruments working the parker solar probe orbit the sun twenty four times coming closer to the star each time until the end of the year twenty twenty four when it's supposed to make its final approach solar physicists are eagerly anticipating a trove of new data. of the u.s. city of charlottesville virginia has been marking one year since the violent promised rally that left one woman dead the anniversary was marked maybe with these four vigils on saturday but there was a brief tense confrontation between police and demonstrators angry at the large number of officers in riot last year hundreds of white nationalists descended on
charlottesville to protest the removal of a monument to confederate general robert e. lee other rather violent protesters clashed with counter protesters culminating in the death of thirty two year old heather who was killed when a man drove his car into a crowd. correspondent alexander phenomena was in charlottesville where she spoke with. how the higher always had that sparkle in her eyes susan bro tells me when we meet in charlottesville. carrying on her daughter's fight for social justice she says helps her to cope with the grief when i first held the urn with her ashes on it and i realized that urn in my arms was about same weight in the same size as she was the day she was born that was hard. hier believed in standing up to discrimination so when
far right nationalists came to town she joined her black friends to protest in august last year white supremacist neo nazis and members of old tried groups from across the country or to challenge the bill for the now infamous unite the right rally clashes soon broke out between the group and counter-demonstrators. the violence ultimately maps to highlands. this is the place where it happened right here a car driven by a white supremacist smashed into a group of counter protesters killing heather higher and injuring many others hires tess sparked outrage across the country which was employed fired by president strums saying we are to clearly condemn white nationalists and neo nazis for the violence of charlottesville for many here this was the moment they decided to stand up against hatred bigotry and racism an outpouring of public support has encouraged
activists like to lay instrument the roots of racism run deep here she says pointing to the confederate general robert e. lee still standing proud as just one example but for too long people of shallow to build didn't want to confront the issue schmidt tells me they wanted their peace and quiet white supremacy is part of it every day fabric. of our political life our economic life the way policing is conducted against black people and you know so there's much more discussion of this you know even among people especially white people who were previously very kind of self-satisfied and thought that everything was fine. and see any verse three approaches still ancient and other local activists held a panel discussion to promote the importance of remaining vigilant. this is where if you eat meat. simply ignoring the problem
they say to make it to go with. the organizers of the or digital bike nationalist rally opening a sequel in washington d.c. they took on sunday off they were denied a permit to march in charlottesville itself for the run even took place in front of the white toes and left when counted demonstrators are also expected to mobilize that washington correspondent has to be to police in washington d.c. have said their biggest priority for the protest is keeping groups apart how exactly they're going to do that remains to be seen because everyone is going to be converging upon the exact same square very near to the white house with the white supremacists and the counter protesters will all be marching marching towards freedom plaza now on the side of the altar right the right wing this march has actually been very controversial with a lot of people saying it's not good for their movement and they won't be showing up on the side of the counter protesters we are actually expecting
a very big crowd there's a coalition of about forty groups coming together under the called shut it down and we're seeing black lives matter mobilize a lot of churches mobilize everyone coming together wanting to say this is not washington d.c. and we do not accept this ideology we are multicultural place and we do not want these people here. and we'll be going live to miami in the evening when we're not some other story seven days off the. indonesian island of lombok the death toll continues to rise more than four hundred people are now confirmed dead many survivors astin waiting for aid to reach them the quake has left a quarter of a million people homeless with many schools destroyed aid workers are doing their utmost to help the i don't children come to toms but their losses. this kite fluttering in the wind is nothing more than a short moment of fun times these kids have to act grown up be brave and strong after their lies were shot by the quake that struck long book this is their school
their old one has been destroyed the sound of laughter resonating through the tent is like medicine for their souls we have like may be out of order for adequate coming up maybe half the craft here and this isn't even done feel it yet even we haven't this morning but even they have that this fire is here with us they they sing with us they don't even feel the weight. the psychologists say drawing helps process the trauma most pictures are created out of a positive experience pictures of a world that no longer exists. this is what that world now looks like for hundreds of thousands their homes and buildings have been polarized. their home has been destroyed as well what has remained is a fear and a child that is no longer the same as before. it was horrible the ground was shaking i didn't know what to do i grabbed my boy he was screaming and
shocked he hasn't let go of me for six days not for one second. but this is the first time that you did has seen her colleague since the earthquake her business a diving equipment store has been closed all the tour. are gone. you did has organized donations for food medicine and diapers necessary goods to keep her colleagues and their families going this is supposed to be a new beginning. your first instinct after such an experience is to go home back to germany your second thought after reflecting for a moment is no i want to stay here and help and i think for me it's the best way of dealing with the trauma. and it's a trauma that no one can run away from
a trauma that they can all relate to. some of the other stories making news around the way the five countries bordering the caspian sea have reached a landmark deal on legal status a convention signed by russia iran by john. ends decades of dispute over the world's largest enclosed body of water and its huge oil and gas reserves. dividing up the seabed additional agreements. in the west african nation of mali voting is underway in the second round of presidential elections incumbent ibrahim. seen here on the nest is expected to win security is tight the first round of voting was overshadowed by violence at polling stations. the centerpiece of british serviettes my poll has died at the age of eighty five was born in trinidad in one thousand nine hundred to two parents of indian origin dozens of books many of which dealt with colonialism and its legacy and won many of the most prestigious awards
including the nobel prize. the curtain raiser for germany's top flight football season takes place today this year's super cup is a rematch of last season's german cup final but in league champions by a minute against cup winners i tracked fun for a frankfurt have seen some major departures over the cement jordan coach. to their super cup opponents now it's up to his successor to pick up the pieces. need. after winning the swiss league with young boys span he's now in the hot seat at frankfurt not an easy task especially after losing four key players but one big name remains until the beach recently rose to new heights with croatia when they finished run us up at the world cup in russia he's decided to stay and extend his contract with the eagles. under frank i'm very pleased to be back
and to get to know the new coach which it's also an honor for me to be here and to be getting ready for the new season or the trial of the sec. frankfurt when the usa for their pre-season training camp the team has a few bands that need smoothing out so what better way to do that then to take on the mighty buy on. course we want to win this competition but we also know we're up against the best team in germany against a record of champions that i'd like might seem to play like they want to win it from the first minute on woods that will show our mentality and whether we can chance what we practice in training on to the pitch as o.c. can. win or lose trenchard is a team in transition with a difficult season ahead of them. and a quick recap of the top stories we're following for you nasa has launched