tv World Stories Deutsche Welle July 20, 2020 12:45pm-1:01pm CEST
here herzegovina 994 coverage of the world commemorates the horrors. we talk to 2 survivors now living in berlin. to send off roses takes her back to a far more peaceful life in the hills of spread parineeta until the age of 45. had a happy life but then yugoslavia fell apart serbian forces shelled the town and tried to stuff its residents out now i go to. the mornings where the worst every day is not even 9 am i had children in front of my house begging they wanted something to eat but we didn't have anything ourselves nothing. blood not yet in a russia. between 93 and 95 the fighting would be in sub forces and bosnian militia intensified the serbs were trying to force the population out of their homes to make their opponents surrender. in july 95 general right go
a lot of later convicted of war crimes and genocide and. the separation between life and death began. as a reward used that when they put 2 tanks facing each other and people had to walk further then they started charging people all the women and children on one side young women on the other fort and entertainment at night. the men were taken away even little boys from the age of 8 even 19 year olds were scottish so really they were this did god you know study on. an estimated 8000 men and boys were shot in the following days. lost his father and. he often imagines his final moments before he got shot. after
hunger. did he feel hungry did he feel thirsty. if he was conscious did he think about us his family did anything give him strength gobby movement that was. in july 95 women and children left for every needs are under the eyes of serbian forces. delish ramsey was amongst them but on her way out she witnessed something she will never be able to forget. i assume put them some stories of whatever friends of mine try to skate but the soldiers caught them and drag them back to the street they wanted everyone to see what happens to those who try to escape they took them and then shot them right in front of me they were like family to me. most about not some really be shared family. just like demi kludge she lives with trauma to this day but still
the smell of roses lives on and reminds her of her former peaceful youth in srebrenica. since china imposed the new security law many people in hong kong see its special status and democratic governance undermined. it's becoming ever more dangerous to protest. for years now everyone has joined fellow members of his party on the 1st of july to mark hong kong's handover to chinese troops but everything changed last week it isn't uncommon for such areas more peaceful protests to have a 100 plus police to search a dozen office i guess this will be the new law you may never see the picture of me in hong kong as on the street like a lot because we are content and not because. we are now happy with the government
it's because now we have to upgrade the mal character because he was. the 1st protest seems to new security law was put in place was to see offenders go to prison for life for suppression. several parties have now decided to disband some leading activist have fled but everything and his party are not about to follow suit. because if what political party is about down now what's it to say for to the rest of hong kong psychologically. i'm also 1st comparative go to prison for long we're not going to trade what we have been doing for years but depends on the. suppression we're going to freeze if you there will be short term. mortification and transformation of activism in hong kong there's no doubt. in sr law of fact only
a minority of lawbreakers critics say political activism is under threat and that's just the 1st step nino now works for an n.c.o. based in hong kong for decades it has been advocating for labor rights across asia hochul has been a popular hub for thousands of local and international n.g.o.s but a new law means many are now reconsidering their options there's a lot of them break with saying you know we all want do you mean by somehow maybe where foreign forces because we have stuff from overseas under this law we wired and sure like how it will impact even the safety or indeed or why the stuff for us to if we continue to receive for funding we have to somehow p. pair are the worst scenario and we may also consider to move to. other countries. beijing has played down the last impact saying
a 1000000 close to strengthen the management of n.g.o.s and our organizations in hong kong. even those do it clear how the security law will be implemented activists and africans here will have to be where they face a rocky road. brazil has had the 2nd highest number of reported problems cases of. the president himself is just a positive but the true number of infections is probably much higher. nothing is the same since the pandemic at rio de janeiro's 5. adults are out of work children are home from school and cramped unhygenic living conditions greatly increase the risk of infection. i'm scared my children will catch the virus we don't always have running water most of the time we have to haul it from far away
and the children don't have any space to play. experts estimate the number of unreported infections in the favelas to be extremely high that's why local residents have started counting the cases themselves. many of those who died from coronavirus and our fellows didn't show up in the health authority statistics we know of several examples in our circle of friends. with the help of local residents volunteers are creating a log of cases in the bore real neighborhood. they use whatsapp to collect data on the latest infections not registered by local authorities. this state has been completely absent here ever since the fellows were built in rio we always have to reinvent ourselves and find new ways to survive. the exact number of corunna infections in brazil is not known to little testing is being carried out leandra
never has had typical covert 1000 symptoms but was never tested. i left our neighborhood so i wouldn't infect anyone. i slept on the beach at infinity my for a week and a half and thought about my neighbors the whole time it's social status in brazil that appears to dictate whether someone is officially infected or not the real numbers tell a very different story. as the coronavirus spread in germany romanians and roma living here say they were subjected to ever more hostility and prejudice. they are tired. mona has been a social worker in berlin for 8 years her main responsibility is caring for romanian families many of them roma the fact that morning mother tongue is romanian helps a lot. she says discrimination against roma is not new but now exclusion and accusations
are rising amid the pandemic. him in the height media his minority group that i work with is the roma. this is a it's a fact that they're an object of discrimination. most people don't like to see them around here and also in my country romania. now in these times of crisis when everyone is scared and under a lot of pressure you know people are looking for a scapegoat more than ever. these are employed it's under it's officially began. we meet a man we'll call vasili a roma from the village of fun to. he's been in germany for 5 years and now for the 1st time he's found a decent job he uses a pseudonym so he won't risk jeopardizing his job a whole daughter yes i experienced discrimination and yes since corona it has gotten worse that's the way it is at work but also when i go shopping for example
at the supermarket i'm treated worse than others all along is that although. in this berlin district several blocks of apartment buildings were mainly roma live together in cramped quarters were sealed off and quarantined for 2 weeks a total of more than $100.00 people across 7 houses here tested positive neighbors think it was a wise decision to quarantine the entire area when they're out until 10 at night i don't know if that's allowed i thought they had a curfew. over talk to them the whole all scrunched. the roma feel that others treat them with suspicion and some say it is racist. people look for a guilty party and the weak can't defend themselves they wouldn't dare blame other groups imagine how the jews or turks would react if they were treated like this they have a strong lobby the politicians wouldn't dare say things like this about them in public. accusations prejudices and
justifications social worker more of until a thinks that especially during the pandemic it is important to find peaceful solutions. it is about getting to know each other better and these families need support from me but all when you are new and a metropolis and you come from a poor background and didn't get the best education you just need some help. there are some great social projects in berlin i'm satisfied but we need even when the war has been so for me then above it all can me a man man now according to human rights organizations like amnesty international it is clear who is most affected by the coronavirus restrictions in european countries it's the minorities who suffer most.
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