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this is deja vu news live from berlin a landmark link between 2 states that were once sworn enemies hopes for a new era in arab israeli relations as the 1st direct commercial flight between israel and the united arab emirates touches down. also coming up 5 years after tenser i'm going to medical called on the germans to let in hundreds of thousands of refugees we meet one syrian family that's found a new life here. welcome
to the program in israeli commercial aircraft made its 1st ever trip to the united arab emirates last month u.s. brokered peace agreement made the flight possible it's the 1st truce between israel and an arab neighbor in more than 20 years and there's something in it for each of the parties israel gains a formal ally against iran the u.a.e. can boast its political and economic stature in the region and the u.s. may be able to sell more high tech weaponry to the emirates. a maiden voyage of historic proportions. israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu called in to congratulate the delegation onboard. showgrounds going to school this is a historic day you are flying the 1st israeli flight over saudi arabia in broad
daylight on the way to making historic peace with the united arab emirates and i am excited because i worked for this for decades and have always believed that it's possible to make peace in exchange for peace. the 1st ever commercial flight from tel aviv to abu dhabi comes after the united arab emirates as the 1st gulf country and only the 3rd arab nation normalized its relations with israel in the flight as part of a new pact brokered by the us over the last years people have spoken about all of the bad things that have happened in the middle east and all the conflict in the chaos the division that's existed for the last decades but i do believe that this is not sure and yet i do hope from this amongst all people that peace is possible and that there is a new chapter that could be read it. in another historic breakthrough the israeli plane also received permission to cross so dear abian airspace this is the 1st
public sign of saudi cooperation with israel after years of behind the scenes dealings and it goes against the longstanding palestinian position that relations with the arab countries should only occur if israel withdraws from occupied territory and accepts palestinian statehood a clear touchdown for israel and for the trumpet ministration in the middle east and that with just months to go before the us elections. let's take a closer look exactly at washington's role in this with correspondent oliver salih who joins me from washington so all over what does the u.s. stand to gain from this deal. well it's certainly a topic donald trump is proud of perhaps this is biggest achievement in foreign policy or one of the biggest at least of so far but of course for the american
voters right now there are other problems just look at the coronavirus numbers 6000000 cases in the u.s. as of now there is more than 180000 casualties the unemployment is a 10 percent and also the country is facing a really deep recession so millions of americans are facing eviction in the now in the next weeks and months ahead that is of course because many haven't been able to pay their rents within the last month since the since the pandemic began now that peace deal between israel and the united arab emirates looks good of course on trans records but it isn't the most important topic right now for the voters right in many past campaigns foreign policy has played a much bigger role so where is this deal in the in trump's reelection bid how might he use it to his advantage. yeah that's right and well you just have to look at the polls and if you look at. the perhaps the only field where president trump has
continuously received good marks that was the economy and that was also pretty damning of course things have changed since then and in the field of foreign policy he has had many attempts to reach deals to reach agreements but never successful so we were told certainly use that for his campaign he will try to make the case that he delivered in foreign policy as well bringing peace to the middle east of course a very prestigious project and a high said goal from the beginning but again this is just one successful attempt out of many and joe biden his his counterpart of the democratic party will bring much more experience here decades of experience as a vet as a vice president and in senate and it will be difficult for donald trump to keep up with him in this field and let's have a quick listen to something biden said earlier criticizing the president from pittsburgh pennsylvania on these issues this president long ago forfeited
a moral leadership in this country he can't stop the violence because for years he's formatted you know he may believe malvina words law and order makes him strong but is fair you to call on his own supporters to stop acting as a normal in this country shows how weak he is i want to make it absolutely clear something very clear about all of this rioting is not protested looting is not protest setting fires is not protest none of this is protest it's lawlessness plain and simple and those who do it should be prosecuted violence will not bring change and only bring destruction. so joe biden there talking about exactly these other issues that you had mentioned earlier he's walking a very fine line in this messaging what are the risks and rewards joe biden faces
in making this kind of case against. well joe biden has been focusing very much on donald trump through throughout his campaign you could hear that also at the democratic convention where where he and other democrats called trump a danger for democracy and that he is actually think he can be held accountable for inciting violence across the united states now what we also see here in can no shows that even local law enforcement fears riots because of president trump's planned visit they extended the curfew over his visit so biden what he is trying to do here is to make clear that trump is not the solution but he is actually the cause of the problem according to joe biden all over sal and washington thanks for that wrap and let's have a look at some of the other stories making news around the world so dan's traditional transitional government has signed a peace agreement with 5 rebel groups at
a ceremony in neighboring south sudan it's seen as a major step toward resolving deep rooted conflicts they've raised for 17 years under the rule of former leader omar al bashir. french president emmanuel mccrone has arrived in lebanon on his 2nd visit since the massive explosions that destroyed beirut's port 4 weeks ago he's calling for deep reform of the country sectarian political system calling will also attend national centennial celebrations. embattled belarusians president alexander the sanka and his high ranking officials are barred from entering a stone here in lithuania the baltic states blacklisting comes in response to look at crackdown on pro-democracy demonstrators in the wake of disputed elections more than 100 people were arrested during protests on sunday. but here in germany ministers are of parliament are being grilled about how fin tech giant wire card
was able to get away with inventing funds worth more than $2000000000.00 in what's become one of the country's biggest ever accounting scandals the electronic payments company filed for insolvency in june after reports of the nonexistent funds were revealed by the financial times the scandals read quote raised questions about why major auditors and germany's own financial watchdog failed to uncover the fraud wire card was once considered the darling of germany's fin tech industry. and earlier d.w. political correspondent kate brady told us there's a high chance the government will launch a further in-depth investigation into the case for that to happen they would need to be the supports all that least 25 percent all of the lawmakers in the bundestag and that is looking more and more likely already the business friendly free democrats on the left posse of said that they would support a deeper investigation and we're expecting to hear what possibly
a similar voice of support from the green party as well as some are so a deeper investigation would enable for more files to be viewed and also for more witnesses to be questioned but that kind of investigation would take as well into 2021 which of course is germany's next big election year. it's the chef and us we can do it those famous words from german chancellor i'm going to 5 years ago led to over a 1000000 refugees mainly from syria coming into the country in the hope of starting a new life 5 years on how things turned out we followed up with 2 syrians we met we 1st met shortly after they arrived. baby rosa di her and her father 4 years ago. and today the diab family from syria has been living in germany for 5 years they've integrated into german society even making friends with their once skeptical neighbors. at the beginning they were very reserved but that's all changed now.
i have a few friends who speak arabic but i speak mostly german in school. but. their new home is in the eastern german city of my good book that's where guys landed his 1st job 4 years ago in a d.h.l. logistics center it was a great opportunity for him back then he says but today he's glad he's not there anymore. guy or not there's no more night shifts. a year ago he started his own company a quick turnaround auto repair shop he's called dr algal and the business is doing well. if the bank gives him a loan his company can grow it and i'm trying to open a 2nd dr i'll talk shop as we do foster pass a 10 minute tire change or 10 minutes to change the oil.
meanwhile a guy he says one time colleague. from syria has been promoted in d.h.l. . i've been to him and. he's now in charge of a team of 14 stuff even if i have it's better. now i have a lot more responsibility and if i can show them that i have potential here i can move up the ladder. rank among voters all. 300 people work here one in 3 of them refute g. m s thinks about syria every day. i defy me to my family still there. that's why i can't stop thinking i don't see. why i thought. it's the same for the diode family old photos wake memories of the war and their friends
scattered around the world but they at least together in the children's new homeland. let's turn to tennis now in the u.s. open is underway in new york city without fans in the stands and without some of the world's top players germany's i'm going to get khabar is there however looking for 4th grand slam title khabar is the 17th seed this year and she defeated australian island tom your bitch in straight sets to advance to the 2nd round the top seed carolyn uplift had even less trouble in her 1st round match winning 646 love on the men's side of the draw stephanus it seemed possible greece is expected to challenge top seed novak to both hitch for the title and the greek started his u.s. open campaign with an easy win over spaniard albert ramos than your loss meanwhile germany's alexander there have the number 5 seat defeated south africa's kevin anderson. a talent club ac milan has signed swedish star as la time in berber
ibrahim of itch for another season the 38 year old was brought in at the beginning of the year to help the once mighty club get back to the top of the league they were him of it inspired a turnaround for ac milan in the club finished the last season with a 13 match unbeaten run in all competitions to finish 6. and finally how's this for a passion project a craftsman in iceland claims to have made 144000 tiny wooden houses and 36000 ships for a board game due to be released this fall. sigurdsson made all the pieces with his own hands the game known as the fishing card is similar to monopoly but based around the country shipping industry craftsman says he's used about 4 kilometers of wood in the process.
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or the improbable happened. before us was going to be the creation of our solar system with the planet is a bit like winning the lot of races. what is far more unique storks september 18th on d w. this is deja vu news africa on the program today the diplomatic route between 2 giants in place to africa nigeria and trade isn't gonna save they're being harassed by local top government officials enough would you have say if they would stay. and of course. getting the word out in cameroon where not everyone is convinced corona virus is a real threat. hello
i'm kristie one to welcome to the program it's good to have you along tensions between gaza and nigeria are rising over what i would just say says the harassment of its citizens in ghana in a tweet nigeria's minister of information and culture mohammed say that the federal government has been documenting the acts of hostility towards nigeria and nigerians by the forty's this will no longer be tolerated and that any guy. algon is information minister. issued a statement in response saying the outline of issues by my nigerian counterpart is not reflective of the developments in ghana any protests decisions or actions based on these reports will be unjustified. the main issue off the is the rights of nigerian trade gonna also accuses. demolishing a building belonging to its consulate of the controversial order on the part of
nigeria. and i'm now joined by the correspondent in the guardian capital. start by can you tell us what allegations the nigerians are making. to the men during. especially of harassing them in the country they claim that they have a legitimate document to operate in their ritual markets everybody. harassing them and not allowing them to operate properly. because many of them to go into. closing down and prevented them from doing business in the country to consider this very unfair and. well in nigeria. for
a country or preaching ok as i understand it does also has to do with the retail wholesale just explain that dynamic to us. even. for. markets. which means that if you're in a foreign trade and you come into the country to do business of course you can operate from the horse so markets own was you need to have a practical act. please. the law allows that you have at least $1000000.00 to operate in the country and do business but it. is preserved. cows in one. form introduced from west africa. that they are called a lot actually treat within africa allows them also to come in and treat and so i do believe that there will be some compromise in this but the locals have said that
a written market is solely for us and we do no wonder foreigners to come and play in. i think this this is being said to the very top as we understand it the presidents of both countries aren't you to meet over this issue it just talks about how much this has strained the relations between these 2 countries. what we understand is even though relations are not. reaching the 2 countries their 2 leaders have a good relationship as president and president. and so the hope is that the relations between the 2 leaders on the whole resolve the issue in a calm in the coming months all right. with that reporting. thank you. and for the view from above. the interest south who is in the capital of always there's been a lot of emotional language coming through from officials in nigeria over this this
spat between the 2 countries what kind of response will be likely to see from. the nigerian government house responded on grid the. authorities because they reach a level where the 1st time they need so you permission to camp out one big gunmen government that nigeria will not take would not agree would not accept. that i live in guyana because what the government is saying even if. a team can be convincing to the border when you close your border doesn't want on somebody come in. if i can do all the people that i live in debt you have to look at the much to me is that distinct can be said to. always can you talk to us
a little bit about the president's potentially meeting have we heard that that could happen in the coming days as was announced by some of the ministers over the weekend just talk to us about what this has done to relations between the 2 countries when you know nigeria and ghana for a long has a very cold day relationship but things started to get in was i was told by sometimes became by the time when some people attacked the nigerian embassy in guyana to meet him between the 2 prison is hopefully going to set the distance because the nigeria as many as 12 putting up his authority said dad who came forward was the entire thing because the 2 countries because nigeria from its own part house come out for the 1st time to show displayed to show it to be tied to it should it come to to hit. the government and send out open to negotiation because
a tool president in the very good relationship what temp was already rising very high we didn't nigerians. how they brought this. that are subjected to this kind of treatment by the guy. all right and that's always interest in the nigerian capital for us thank you. to the current virus now cameron has registered just over 900000 infections and 400 deaths the country recently launched a more about testing and awareness campaign but as data plays reports health workers are facing a tough task as some still don't believe the virus exists the streets of cameroon have never been empty since the beginning of the coffee can 80000 in so short distance in doesn't apply much in the life here. some people like mark sell a small truth do not believe the virus exists at all income or rude irony cully
u.s. disputes must to appear on camera but he does not think the crew know virus has entered the country. best talk of coronavirus cases in cameroon but we don't really see proof of these cases in europe when you hear of the 10 damage here of hundreds of people dead from the virus however in cameroon we don't see that. those views are a coup by many people in these markets and no wonder. they go medicine teams of medics across the city to remind the public about the pandemic and to encourage them to take frequent over us test. but it is often encounter hostility on his suspicion. some people believe the pandemic is the government's count them out one of the main challenges is that we have to test the maximum amount of people possible because people are hesitant to get tested as you have seen when we come around some people marcus they say we are part of a secret cult they also say we're bringing the disease to them so making people
aware about this pandemic is a great challenge that we're working on. at them. 14 kilometers away the government has set up a move by piston center those willing to be destroyed are brought here 3 days into the operation this unit has recorder one positive case good news for the doctors. the emmy citrus trees and treat not to float in the coronavirus could income ruin. the land well we have had a number of people coming in to take the test they all come voluntarily and as the day pass by the number is people who want to get tested is going up. we are now on day 3 and we have processed about $65.00 people with come in for the coronavirus test. oh i love the royal. box in the market
these. exist is not over yet put on your face mask over and over come early as we go to close 219000 cases with 410 dates. is one of the was he conscious enough ika from us s. to doesn't believe in it. mulder can't. offer today simply inflate the figures in cameroon and we don't see what they are talking about or the resources to fight the pandemic are enjoyed by the wealthy but the poor have nothing at all. yet despite the challenges they are when is this thing teams the plans to extend your company to order regions income route you hope people will take the mrs seriously to stop the dreaded coronavirus. activists awarning the world's largest breeding colony off african penguins is at risk because cog or ships refill their
habitat off the coast of south africa the government and maritime companies however insist the practice is safe. for algo a bay in south africa is a spectacular migration route wherein a rate of sea life for ages and breeds is also home to around half the global population of endangered african plane winds. but in recent years ships have been refuting the by now local environmental tests have raised the alarm. we would like to get it out of the library but then i don't doubt that i'll ever be put through. the night here at the board here with the rest of the 4 of them voted in that i can bring into the world and we'll i'm very sorry for. the war began reading for the meal after that and that difficult thing.
bunkering the practice of refueling one ship from another in the open sea started here in 2016 it saves time and makes money only $3.00 companies currently have operating licenses but they were already small oil spills here in 20172019. penguin numbers have dropped by more than 60 percent over the past 50. the south african maritime safety authority which oversees bunkering stray says that the necessary consultations and environmental studies were done to make sure that the practice is a safe as possible. we need to protect the area and we need to use what you need to do. and that is that by law. and that is that. not. a difficult balance indeed more than 40000 people in the algo of bay area rely on
tourism for a living. beyond the environmental tragedy if memory not should disappear so with the tourists and much needed income. and that's a far program today be sure to check us out our facebook page and on twitter to make side of a. little. kid all. these annoying region forces make sure. you know me. don't miss strike or hit the ground running. can the secret to success be found in his homeland. we took a look around norway to find out. in 60 minutes on d w. the last. census of cradle. to grave over the people to go for over
runs from home the 4th time from the most recent of its members. bellies at the last dragon as word has called the home 3 years. on. the clock is ticking talking to major u.s. giants are bracing just seal a deal to buy the chinese social media giant american operation meanwhile beijing introduces new rules that could cover the potus all together. also coming up argentina as lenders agreed on a plan to restructure almost $65000000000.00 of government debt but the country's economic woes with are far from resolved. on a day in 2015 germany opened its doors to over
a 1000000 refugees 5 years on we caught up with 2 syrians who've made this city old not to board their home. this is the deadly business i'm kate ferguson welcome to the shop. we begin with reports that chinese social media giant tick talk has chosen a bitter for its american operations news at c.n. b c a saying an announcement could come as early as tomorrow parent company bite on the house just over 2 weeks to find a fire or face a xian in the united states microsoft in partnership with wal-mart and oracle have so far shown the most interest but new chinese rules about the export of digital technology could stop her any fondness for a sale. let's break the story done with financial correspondent yes because in new york yes it's good to see you what can you tell me about these
reports that tick tock has actually chosen an american buyer 4th operations there you already last week when they head off to talk announced his resignation rumors started spreading that a deal actually could be imminent one requirement ever might be allowed to buy to talk from the u.s. government side is that the suitor would need to have further clout and infrastructure their server capacity to actually acquire the and tired to talk but the businesses in the us and canada in new zealand and in australia possibly for a price of 20 to $30000000000.00 and so last week we got this surprise a bit or move from wal-mart teaming up with microsoft and as you mentioned also oracle so those would have the needed. capacity so let's see if one of those
will actually be the lucky winner. and yes meanwhile china has introduced new trade laws that could stop any sale from taking place please explain what's going on here. you know what i mean the whole deal is highly politicized them so far u.s. president donald trump was calling the shots so now obviously it's also starting to show some muscles over the weekend they did change some rules for exports of to good knowledge it's not a 100 percent clear if that would actually apply to the sale of the u.s. business of chick talk but the coach very well be what was interesting was the reaction on wall street i'm standing in front of the new york stock exchange because there was some skepticism coming up because of the chinese ruling and you saw it was the stock prices of wal-mart and also microsoft m oracle s.y.l. well it's all those possible futures they all got under pressure here on monday so
even if we hear tomorrow who might be allowed to buy chick talk it's the last word is scale not spoken in this highly politicized them environment. yet it's cut in new york thanks so much. here in germany ministers are being grilled about how fin tech giant wire card was able to get away with inventing funds worth more than $2000000000.00 in what's become one of the country's biggest ever accounting scandals the electronic payments company filed for insolvency in june after reports of the nonexistent funds were revealed by the financial times this dongle has raised questions about why a major auditor is on germany's own financial watchdog failed to uncover the fraud wire card was once considered the darling of germany's can tech industry. earlier political correspondent kate brady told us there's
a high chance the government will launch a further in-depth investigation into the case. for that to happen there would need to be the supports all that least 25 percent or of the lawmakers in the bundestag and that is looking more and more likely already the business friendly free democrats and the left party have said that they would support a deeper investigation and we're expecting to hear why possibly a similar voice of support from the green party as well tamara so a deeper investigation would enable for more files to be viewed and also for more witnesses to be question but that kind of investigation would take as well into 2021 which of course is germany's next big election year argentina is on track to restructure its massive $65000000000.00 debt burden after weeks of wrangling bondholders appear to have embraced the terms of a deal which the government hopes will enable the country to avoid a 10th default in the future but as negotiations between borrowers and lenders have
showed it takes 2 to tango. even anomic crisis and financial disaster can't take away argentines love of tango as evidenced in this international on line dance competition but the coronavirus pandemic has made the situation drastically worse argentina is in its 3rd year of recession and its economy is expected to contract by 12 and a half percent this year inflation is running at over 50 percent and more people are slipping into poverty. a lot more to. her many people like us who work who get their food day by day and the precariousness of the labor market means that if a pandemic comes nobody will have a shelter or economic security. or whatever the little boat is this is the struggle of the poor we struggle here every day so that people believe and realize that we are families who are in need families that are not here just for the sake
of it we are here because we have nowhere to be we are families who want to put down roots and make a home lad but monday settlement puts argentina in a much better financial position to start the long haul out of recession and the specter of a 10 sovereign default no longer looms over the country. now it is some of the other global business stories making news. as the u.s. considers the imposing even harsher sanctions on venezuela's oil industry the country has begun selling fuel for hard dollars the decision have led to long queues at gas stations as well as lucky enough to how dollars in their pockets lined up to squeeze what's left of the country's enormous industry into their top. india's economy has posted a record slump of almost 24 percent in the 2nd quarter the country's lockdown has seen a huge drop in consumer and business spending putting pressure on the government on
central bank to introduce stimulus measures on a rate cut. the oil rich nation of qatar has introduced new labor laws migrant workers are not permitted to change jobs without their employers permission and will be paid a minimum wage the new rules effectively and the so-called kufa lot system of bondage which critics say exploited migrant workers the a shop and us we can do it those are the now immortal words german chancellor angela merkel ushered in 2015 when over a 1000000 refugees mainly from syria arrived in the country in the hope of starting a new life 5 years on how things turned out we caught up with 2 syrians we 1st met shortly after they'd arrived. baby rosa dye her and her father 4 years ago.
and today it's the diab family from syria has been living in germany for 5 years they've integrated into german society even making friends with their once skeptical neighbors. at the beginning they were very reserved but that's all changed now. i have a few friends who speak arabic but i speak mostly german in school. but. their new home is in the eastern german city of magda book that's where gay stylebook landed his 1st job 4 years ago in a d.h.l. logistics center it was a great opportunity for him back then he says but today he's glad he's not there anymore. again after no more night shifts. a year ago he started his own company a quick turnaround auto repair shop he's called dr al gore and the business is doing well. if the bank gives him a loan his company can grow. it and i'm trying to open
a 2nd doctor auto shop as we do fast repairs a 10 minute tire change or 10 minutes to change the oil. meanwhile a guy he says one time colleague a nurse from syria has been promoted in d.h.l. . i think the document that i've he's now in charge of a team of 14 staff. it's better now to have a lot more responsibility and if i can show them that i have potential here i can move up the matter. rank among voters are. 300 people work here one in 3 of them are refugees. and thinks about. syria every day. i defy me to my family still there.
that's why i can't stop thinking i don't see right here in the form of the way i felt then and now. it's the same for the diode family old photos wake memories of the war and their friends scattered around the world but they at least are together in their children's new homeland. and that's all we have time for for more check out our website that's d w dot com slash business thanks so much for watching for me on the team it's good bye and take care.
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support them the international community has to invest more on that you creation which can prevent young people to enter into that trap of limited forces. c and. a lot of welcomes of culture the m.t.v. video music awards took place in new york on sunday night really the 1st major international music awards have taken place since the beginning of the corona pandemic we'll have more on violence also coming up. series this week featuring 2 office 5 also saw regular tackling germany's colonial power today writes come out self the daughter of indian immigrants. and another
immigrant to this country all the aggression of our debut novel is featured in our continuing series $100.00 story. m.t.v. was determined that this is via maze would go ahead despite the obvious restrictions at various venues in new york on sunday night's kept secret so funds didn't congregate by m.t.v. achieved a really unique show lots of life performances no law you've already insist on with 2 extra special awards created because of the corona pandemic of talk about them a bowl in a minute but 1st the show beginning with this year's big winner and how fabulous cost you. tell. me to. leave god with ariana grande lady gaga our. lady ga ga dominated the even in taking home 5 major awards the queen of pop finally back on
stage this has not been an easy year for a lot of people but what i see in the world is a massive triumph of courage stays safe speak your mind and i might sound like a broken record but wear a mask if the center of. this year's colorful awards did deliver but it was something of a species spectacle made seeing what's of katine audience members clapping and cheering. the pandemic was a major theme of the evening as well as black lives matter with the cool justice.
of the black lives matter movement we've seen our generation step up take to the streets and make sure our voices will be heard enough is enough i'm just going to say. justice for jacob blake and justice for brianna taylor thank you. and nights filled with unforgettable moments but one that ideally won't have to be repeated. well done for them for doing that melissa holroyd call the whole thing. the whole show i should say quite a unique occasion melissa yeah well i'm not even sure if it actually was an occasion some of it was pre-taped in the lead up to the award ceremony m.t.v. was very very secretive about how they were going to pull this off in the midst of a pandemic and i think a lot of people thought that that was been to avoid crowds because of corona but now maybe not so virtually at least it took place at the iconic places across new york to show it to all of the spirit and the resilience of the city the show was
very very heavily on video effects that was green screen all over the place and i'm pretty sure there was a lot of lip sinking for the people that will mosque's i think they probably didn't even need to pull that off and lady gaga was some great mass but she didn't win the big prize no she didn't win the big prize she won 5 prizes and she also want to try con award which is a new award that recognizes a performer who is accomplished in 3 or more areas she should have also perhaps got a prize for her costume changes the big prize of the night went to the weekend for his saw blinding lights and with so much green screen around it was actually good to see somebody who actually used the backdrop of the real. city yeah they did it was quite a spectacular performance let's have a look at that performance by the weekend.
extraordinary foreign words as well now let's talk about these special new awards won for best quarantine performance and one for best music video from him this is where you know relish a creator's doc to create so hopefully they relish this opportunity yes so these new awards opened up the v.m. eyes in a new way i think with all the glam people are actually hungry for something that is in fact real and this quarantine thing provides that because we have people opening up there other times we get a glimpse of that so for the new cat to make their own what's the best music video went to ariana grande dame and justin bieber they got this one guy a latin boy band called c. and c.
won the best quarantine performance for on plucked a ton here they are performing but besides that the actual award ceremony. and the show also on it which was very nice i think they wanted health care workers with a tribute to doctors and nurses singing about at work that's great actually that's really good that they did all of that. melissa as always thanks very much for being with us thank you very much. there are great discussions at the moment here in germany about the country's colonial past so this week we have a series featuring 5 lin based deal with colonialism in the uk we begin with. the daughter of indian immigrants who takes the graphic images from the early 20th century which were used back then to justify colonial domination so to speak and it turns the head. nameless
burmese girl who's just gotten a taste of revenge. an indian boy smoking a water pipe while his sisters make music their mother weaving for the global superpower solomon islanders showing solidarity. images made for and by europeans now reclaimed by artist raj come. for her the century old ethnographic photos are not just history she says even today these pictures have primed people to see her as other. these images. and they still exert power over my life how i see myself and how i see others and i think that's true for every everyone and so why these images can still exert. interested in exploring. this german book titled
peoples of the earth is the source of many of her images published in 1902 as a scientific volume she calls it a colonial fairy tale. the people pictured are captioned only by type of bush boys madagascan. a persian dervish. it's also about a type of purpose. haitian where people are pictured so that their humanity is not the 1st thing that you encounter when you look at their pictures and for me the projects all my projects are kind of bringing this humanity about. her series do you know our names focuses on images of women from the same book most posed in the nude color says for her the women are alive she tries to listen to them and find out what they want the painting for me was
a type of care i started to give them makeup i started to give them modern hairstyles i started to give them clothes and they suddenly started to have an identity and a kind of humanity and dignity that was taken from the original photograph. her latest project is about travel contrast in society's perceptions of migrants and refugees with those of more privileged travelers. the paintings are made on pages from a famous european travel account arabian sands by wilfred that's it. for me wilfrid that's it your symbolize kind of everything i hate. and and this is kind of a big thing to say but it's like he is aristocratic british and who traveled with tribal people in saudi arabia and he's considered
a hero by everyone in the world he gets to define what history is he gets to think what is the what and people listen. to over messages words color portrays migrants as heroic travelers who stories matter she uses faces recorded by colonial photographers a century ago to tell a story about today. for me beauty is so important from a protest it's about my own sense of empowerment. and then also it's about giving to the people that are part of our it's a kind of redistribution of power. in a 100 german must reads this week a book published just 8 years ago by the young novelist org aggression it was her debut novel she was a mere 26 years old when she wrote it has the intriguing title all russians love birch trees it's a multicultural novel role and expressive as is the main protagonist david levitz
as more we've all got a past that follows us around that we'd like to leave behind if you think you're going to get rid of me you've got another thing coming. and. all russians love birch trees by. is the story of 20 something year old marcia a refugee from the former soviet union who can't shake her past growing up in germany people see her as a stereotype the make up the accent high heels i left my at home so you're going to use your imagination there then there's the fact she's jewish that's either a plus or a minus for her depending on who finds out but marsha is so much more she's fluent in 5 languages and wants to be an interpreter with the u.n. and she's traumatized by the war she and her family escaped and azerbaijan. her boyfriend to lead us tries in vain to understand her to breakthrough her hot temper
and her chilly demeanor when he dies unexpectedly her world falls apart. he couldn't die only a few metres away he should have waited for me we could have died together i wouldn't mind. musharraf leaves for a 2nd time in her life to escape the pain and make a new start in israel but it turns out that's not the best place to find peace o'grady has never writes about the places she knows she moved from azerbaijan to germany at age 12 and spent time in israel her book reveals the paradoxes of both germany and israel and the trials of anyone with a haunting past. and
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the real power resides. really i come from there lots of people in fact more than a 1000000000 to do but not just democracy to me that's one reason why i'm passionate about people and their aspirations and they can send. to finishing the book is right here in my name after the 4th of the london born and i remember thinking at the time if the bilingual can forward anything can happen if people come together and unite for a while. but i do the news that often confronts difficult situations more conflict between does the us down i see despite my job to confront goodspeed as on policies and development to put the spotlight on the issues that matter most hunger food
security oppression missionizing. a notch has been achieved so much more needs to be john and i think people have to be at the heart of solutions my name is on me and i work at the desk. this is the avenues and these are our top stories in battle belarus and president alexander lukashenko and his high ranking officials are barred from entering estonia latvia and lithuania the baltic states blacklisting comes in response a look at this crackdown on pro-democracy demonstrators in the wake of disputed elections.