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steve. irwin so many different walks of life. some are. oddly tried but all of them come straight from the heart the former c.e.o. even horse is no more delusional marsh will enjoy. the from the fish of the last to their final resting place the russians are g.w. documentary. 30 years ago these images went around the world on october $3990.00 germany was united barely one year after the fall of the god it was the signing of
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the unification treaty in 1990 saw on the ends of east germany now all germans share one car humans and one currency and today only remnants of the burley wall remain. and with a wall welcome to this special edition of your all next we'll be taking you on a 2 of the german capital including places where the german german divide has left its mark here at the pot some up lots this is where the water used to run and for a long time it was a barren space there are no signs of it here today in today's program we will meet a winner of germany's unity define love without borders and taken a star look back at the berlin techno scene but 1st we meet an artist who hurt to shape the image of birdland after the unity
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jim. jim and the young created a 15 me to stretch of the east side gallery the longest remaining section of the berlin wall. we met him by his artwork at the famous open air gallery. thank you the i'm a. complex song i think german unity was a complex and difficult process and i think it's still not completed. even though i wasn't so sure about it at the time it's good that it happened it was necessary. and looking back i must say that i'm happy to have witnessed the entire process. as artists had the opportunity to do a lot of the east and the west and to get to know what i understand both sides and maybe reflect that in my work somehow. begins to grow. in
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99118 artists from 21 countries brightened up a 1300 metre long section of the wall that faced east berlin. painted 30 years ago and what became known as the east side gallery. in kind of eyes with none of us had any way of knowing that it would become what it is today namely one of the main tourist attractions in berlin or in germany. and a kind of memorial a place of pilgrimage for people from all over the world who want to remember the wall in pentagon. this is what his section of the wall looks like today in 2013 he secretly painted over his old work and calls described the avenue and his health was once had to make a statement about the negative aspects of the new berlin. i painted everything i'd witnessed in berlin in 2013. investors all the digital behaviors walking around
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with lattes on their laptops in the world queuing in front of clubs they won't get into. the i just grew up in west germany and in the 1990 s. was active in the lens art scene he painted murals on the walls of techno clubs and helped provoke the ship happenings then he was commissioned to work for a watch manufacturer and an airline. his larger than life can now be found around the globe. having your as. also a musician and a d.j. . under the name until he released his videos and regularly performs in clubs throughout germany. but 1st and foremost he's a painter and one of germany's most successful pop art artists his artist's name is a tribute to the french city where he began his career with street art his colorful
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interpretations of abuses in the world has become his trademark his current exhibition in berlin is entitled tomorrow never no. one ever knows this song. to morrow never knows as one of my favorite beatle songs and describes a sense of life's uncertainties. it's always been this way but especially now we can't predict where the world is heading. due to the whole corona thing but also politically. on the one hand there's a sense of anticipation but also an unsettling feeling of insecurity. in june of this year other your put this feeling into images on the 40 meter high will of the building in northern berlin. laid down by unwanted balanced earth is a balloon heading into the. i really can't imagine what the future holds for the
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world for germany or for berlin. yet he remains an optimist because he saw how a wall that people once died trying to cross became a work of art. i have a hard time imagining what it would be like if germany were still divided. but i think it'll take one or 2 more generations before this process is completed. the process of process jim will continue to monitor this process closer. and no doubt discover many more motifs for his work. even if it might look like it the building behind me is not an old palace on a going renovation the whole world form is a completely new building it is the reconstruction of the old bull in city palace building it was a lengthy process and it's still not finished and now work is also on the way
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outside the building on the monuments to freedom and this follows a lot of political debate on the project and we met up with one of its creators. the planned monument to freedom and unity was designed by sebastiaan. the concept is a 50 meter moving bowl that visitors can access to enough people move to one side together to gently tips that way. the monument is meant to commemorate the peaceful revolution in the former east germany. india is this just you mention the idea is for people who gather on this monument to get a feeling for what happened in 1990. for them to communicate move in one direction together. and use their weight to alter the position of the ball and create their own living in the. new bin because. the monument will be located near to such landmarks as the brandenburg gate the t.v.
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tower. and berlin cathedral. they attract tourists from all around the world to what used to be east berlin. the reconstructed berlin palace will be an added attraction and if the work goes according to plan the monument to freedom and unity will stand in front of it by late 2021. the stink of this monument honors 1st all of the brave east german citizens who dared to take to the streets in 1909 and 90 and fight for democracy and freedom but we must not forget east germany was a totalitarian regime to come from and now a monument will honor them here in the heart of berlin it's. the site of the future monument is itself historically significant the original berlin palace and the national kaiser bill have a monument once stood here in 1950 the east german leadership had both of them
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demolished. the old palace was replaced by the so-called palace of the republic the seat of the east german parliament would just go. on the side of the mid 970. 1900 the peaceful revolution led to the end of east germany and the reunification process. later the east german parliament building was demolished. in its place will be the new berlin palace and the monument. and i have to say the place we're at now is steeped in history often the palace of the republic stood here the east germany foreign ministry and the state council building stood there so of course this place was very important for east germany as well. and 2013 members of the stuttgart architectural firm milligan partner completed a life size model. but political disagreements kept delaying the start of the actual construction the symbolic groundbreaking finally took place in may 2020.
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the foundation integrates the surviving base of the old national kaiser built a monument there by combining the past and present. a month. looking at this model you see the steps here and the big platform which takes up almost the entire space that once surrounded the equestrian monument that store here in the center. and what's really interesting is that now it's the viewers will be standing at the center where at one time kaiser bill him stood that's now the visitors will be standing before the cause of them stunned dashing that's to his will for. 10 and if everyone plays their part the monument to freedom and unity will embody what its title suggests. citizens in motion. the wall that used to divide east and west once stood here right beside the river you can still find remains of the old wall now known as east side get early of
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course today it is no longer the city but attracts tourists from all over the world and even so. a year after german unity many germans refer to things east and west although they have so much in common and that is the theme of the hartford project by 2 local artists. 30 years after reunification 30 people couples friends and business partners all from the former east and west germany are taking part in an art project. i noted more without reunification we definitely want it would have been very unlikely. the project is one of many to mark the anniversary of reunification to mark fat and meet our imports stop recording the heartbeats of 15 couples who wouldn't be together had reunification never happened. it was important for us to find
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the common ground in all the different couples and for us it was the heartbeat the essence the core of human beings just mention the power of your take on this because coming today are all people who were affected by the fall of unification. one is always from the east and the other from the west would not have met otherwise you could offer. to answer leno's show star coworkers. uses a digital stethoscope to record their heartbeats. mark for our 1st across the couple's also part of the art project every pair has a story of their own no matter when they were born. a year ago when they all fell i wasn't even born so i didn't experience it directly. but of
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course you hear a few stories about it from your grandparents and your parents. but i don't make a big deal of it. much really vital and bettina hertz but it was still teenagers back in the 1990 s. the friends got to know each other over 20 years ago in berlin. the artists also document the couple's hopes and dreams for the future. i wish we could come closer to one another. starting now come together worldwide. you know it's best i come from west berlin on this and i come from christian. and i know we're completely honest with each other and not at all superficial but. you always hear about the know it all westerners who are always explaining things. you would never like that you always said look you can do things this way i'm in such
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a way i could totally accept it. as it was and if you weren't doing it constantly but you never adopted a superior man or. life going to meet it it's a sound collage from the heartbeat recordings and adds is own music. when the participants heartbeats come together it produces a very special kind of rhythm. and this is the exciting thing is this way it follows a very similar pattern for the couples after they've been here for a while their heart beats not even lock step so they waved that very similar. this is your false start he used to be in east germany. and russia heights met there while dancing the tango and fall in love when i'm from the west and moved to rostock many years ago without reunification we never would have made it more than we can get. and since then we've been dancing together and are happy everything works so well here and 30 years from now and we're going to still be there.
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all say germans from the former east and west have grown much closer since we. if occasion unfamiliarity of germans would agree. here beside me you can see a weigh in on berlin and he was born and became famous here the pedestrian traffic light might infect the east german 150 years ago the 1st east german traffic live man where instilled in west berlin and the old ones removed they were among the few things from the former east germany to live on in our everyday lives and nowadays you can see that on pedestrian trussing throughout the city. is a little chubby. as a poultice knows and always wears a hat the traffic light from the former east germany known as the complementary.
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he's a bit of a cute childlike figure it is also a grown man with a hat who acts very responsibly when crossing the street and works for a day and night. i think it's the combination that makes him so. the standing man is also something. and a clear design language clearer than other traffic lights. 30 years after reunification the i'm to mention is celebrated as an east german success story. the traffic light men were 1st introduced in east berlin in 1900. traffic psychologist carl piccolo wanted to design a pedestrian signal that caught people's attention. difficult to appeal to children and older people when using abstract pictograms. so i simply tried to translate their clarity into personified symbols. lifelike and likable
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in this 1st designs the figure even had fingers on a mouse and karl big losses wife helped when it came to the half. of the op the mention became recognizable symbols which in the 1980 s. were used to teach children about road safety on east german t.v. . and a friend who can help. after reunification in 1900. step by step the west german pictogram gradually began to replace the east german occupation. designer. had just moved to the newly reunified berlin and witnessed the i'm to mention being replaced. after reunification i spent a lot of time walking around the former east berlin i was actually standing here at this intersection when they were changing the lights over there. and i thought i'd ask the workers there if i could have the old glass lens these. figured i'd be able to make something with them gradually i had the idea of turning them into lights.
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because i may have saved the opposition from extinction his lights caught people's attention in the former east people mourn the loss of their man. along with inventor called a pickle because some successfully fought to keep the. 1971 for mention were recognised in the road traffic regulations. 20051 of the 1st east german traffic like many west berlin was installed in the famous quarters for. 30 years after german reunification the little matter more than just traffic suggests that that's because on there's something special about them they don't get standardized they look as if there's something particular to the capital it's 50 that they're very friendly and project a nice image of our city you don't have them in other cities. for good food it creates a nice atmosphere. of fear it brings bill culture and history to a place i shouldn't forget his gold tradition. the green walking round and the red
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standing band are now world famous and popular souvenirs for tourists. and internets and among our international customers it's the japanese who like the op and mention most they love the real figures among us the up and mention are a bit like that and they're crazy about that in japan the east german op ed mentioned are quite well known. traffic like man is brand ambassadors inspired other cities 2 years ago feedback in hessen installed an elvis pedestrian life the american singer was one station 2 years a soldier. and karl marx's life now shines brightness 1st place. some european cities now have traffic light women. and same sex trafficked like couples. sometimes the shouldn't wonder is a subtle way of spreading a message before no one really. traffic like that looked like. just that they were green or red and resemble
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a man but no one paid any attention to the design of it now because the east german arpanet have become so famous the awareness for traffic like men has changed worldwide on. most international pedestrian circles still feature simplistic pictograms. but maybe other countries will eventually follow these men to lead. the sound of new united burning was heart and electric the air also saw the birth of techno the collapse emerged overnight in disused industrial holds and abandoned spaces such as the bungalow where i'm standing now on the former border between east and west berlin today it is the museum of art collectors cabinet. but shortly after you need to see the former air raid shelter was the center of the technical alien from west berlin used to play here the experience firsthand how the city became a huge magnet for techno fans. now an alien is
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a techno i can't start d.j. and head of a record label born in west berlin german reunification was a defining moment in her life. for me reunification was like an explosion. i got to experience what i'd always longed full. of the wool was gone and i could communicate and live with the people on the other side. you know where i live crowd. really and has performed all over from new york to hong kong for close to 3 decades she's been a berlin techno ambassador. as a teenager she was into hip hop but in the early ninety's she discovered techno. i like techno because it reminded me of berlin of how the wall fell and i walked around hearing the noise of the streets for me the sound of the city was techno
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take. after the wall fell rivers took over empty buildings near the former border in clubs like trees or young people from the east and west celebrated techno as the new sound of freedom trees were open in 1009 $101.00 and launched the careers of deejays like paul fein diet from the former east germany. ellen alien to me again spinning records here too and other top clubs being a d.j. wasn't enough so she hosted a radio show in berlin and founded a music label i was right down trying to delegate the work i have my graphic artist and my booking agency i have someone helping take care of my label i delegate stuff to friends and people i can rely on. to. today berlin is a cosmopolitan city but while it was divided even found the atmosphere oppressive that changed when the wall fell in 1989 and germany reunified a year later. fast we had to hit it with not that i had impressed me very much
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emotionally was finding out how different east and west berlin is where. you know and also to live through the phase where we became one. and. for years clubs like they are kind and watergate have cemented berlin's reputation as. techno capital but when the coronavirus pandemic struck last march the party was suddenly over. it was a nightmare for d.j.'s like alien who make their living travelling around the world and bringing people together to dance this summer she spent a lot of time traveling on berlin's waterways trying to process the new normal. like this it was awful it was absolutely horrible because i was ready to go on tour a wool tour. so it was a big shock i must admit that i cried a lot. of combined. but instead of sinking into depression she took action
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in june she released her 9th studio album an hour and began streaming live d.j. sets like here from berlin t.v. tower. the lens techno scene isn't giving up either it's returning to its improvised roots after german reunification and like then finding empty buildings the club reveres it almost has opened on the grounds of a former brewery covers wear masks and socially distance cameras are not permitted one outside the let's talk 1st of all opening up a club in the corona era in 2020 is very brave of dolphin the only here. it gives us a huge energy. and gives us something to show off to the world in berlin a club is opening up in 2020. 5.
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and of course ellen alien is performing here as well. james. but you don't have to go to a club to experience something new and exciting in berlin the streets of beirut ings of the city council life during the ballet lights festival famous len box like the brand new book gates are based in colorful lights and this was a year mix program dedicated to german unity and with these fantastic pictures from berlin it is time for me to say goodbye and if you want to see mall then visit our social media channels or check out our website there you will also fight all the details on our current views drop until we meet again goodbye stay safe and thanks for watching.
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currents. this is the news live from burbank donald trump is being treated for the coronavirus ought to be flying to a military hospital his doctors say the president is doing very well and his team has initiated therapy with the antiviral drugs for exams if you comes as a growing number of people close to mr trump his positive because of non-thinking also coming up. germany marks the 30th anniversary of the reunification 3 decades
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have brought a lot of progress divisions between east and west for much. of a map and how it welcomed u.s. president trump is being treated at a military hospital after testing positive for covert 19 is expected to remain at the ball to raid medical center for several days trumps doctors says he's taking the antiviral drug disappear earlier white house officials said the hospitalized action was only a precautionary measure and trump would continue his presidential duties. the 1st glimpses of the u.s. president since he shot the road with 19 diagnosis. donald trump is being transferred to hospital with officials insisting it's only
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a precautionary measure. the white house said he was fatigued but in good spirits and experiencing mild sim. dims before takeoff the president assured his supporters he was doing ok. thank you everybody for the tremendous support i moved into walter reed hospital are thinking i'm doing very well but we're going to make sure things work out the 1st lady is doing very well so thank you very much very brigid i will never forget. the white house had been on high alert after news that a top aide was diagnosed with the virus on thursday her pics seen here in the brown coach often travels with the president now the race is on to trace and test the people who might have come into contact with him and the potential pool of people is huge with an election to win trump has been on the road to addressing voters and
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he hasn't always worn a face mask all followed social distancing guidelines. with the president out of action all of his events have been suspended a month before the election this is throwing the campaign into uncharted territory if donald trump hopes to make america great again he's going to have to beat the coronavirus 1st and we can go to washington now our correspondent carolyn is there for us caroline that what's the latest from the white house on the president's condition. well as sacrement from the president dr has been released and he says that the president of the united states is doing very well and that he does not require any oxygen and he is now donald trump apparently taking an additional track and this is the antiviral disease vere even
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though i'm experts have been say you already for weeks that the real benefits from rim busy beer are detectable and doctors that we know usually give this to seriously ill coronavirus patients as so the fact that donald trump is getting this is really significant also we have seen as an all time tweeting he is doing well and thank you and he writes. so these are like quite a new word for a tweet of 7 donald trump this is the latest anthony sale only a paper statement and a tweet we are waiting for a personal statement. carolyn a civil senior republicans have also tested positive for the corona virus is there any indication that these cases a leaked. well yes around 8 people got
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infected during a ceremony at the rose garden white house last week on saturday and it was senator lees senator and. former adviser conway who also has been tested positive and she also attended this event so even though there is no official confirmation this seems to have been a real spreader event especially for the republicans and clearly from the picture so we solve this event people were attending this ceremony not wear a mask they did not respect the social of this a single rules clearly not the next question being with the president in hospital what the implications for next month's election republicans are of course very concerned their main man the presidential candidate
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is not able to campaign donald trump was supposed to travel to wisconsin and florida this week these are some of the crucial states for the presidential elections and that is not going to happen on the democratic side though presidential candidate joe biden stopped this campaign and he tweeted we can we will and we must come together so he's trying to get that image of a gentle man a statesman whose only goal is to unite americans and in his words to pray for the president of the united states of america. in washington carolyn the chimley thank you so much well from the very beginnings of the pandemic president trump has been dismissive of the corona virus and the precautions his own experts have recommended to avoid it with that in mind here's a look back at exactly how he's reacted to the greatest public health challenge in
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decades. from initial optimism in february looks like by april you know in theory when it gets a little warmer it miraculously goes away i hope that's true to a number up to about face in march that specific case today i am officially declaring a national emergency us president donald trump has gone to extremes in his public attitude toward the coronavirus he's always saw a silver lining even as the death toll skyrocketed america will again and soon be open for business very soon we cannot let the cure be worse than the problem itself we're not going to let the cure be worse than the problem in the start seeing some related the end of the tunnel but this is going to be a very painful very very painful 2 weeks that trump soon turned a medical problem into a political issue forcing the public to choose between him and the experts when
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government scientists recommended wearing masks he scoffed at the idea is the one myself it's a recommendation they recommend it. i don't see it for myself i just it just may be a change when he didn't change his mind but as the pandemic refused to go away miraculously he mused in public about rather unorthodox treatments supposing we hit somebody with a tremendous whether it's ultraviolet or just very powerful late supposing it were the later you can which you can do either through the skin or. in some other way right in that i see the disinfectant it knocks it out in a minute. by june as testing ramped up along with case numbers he seemed exasperated if you don't test you don't have any cases that we stepped us the great now would have very few cases if any. and he started marking the virus making racist jokes and blaming the pandemic on china. it's
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a disease without question. as more names than any disease and there's a i can name. comes lou i can. write the different versions of day. with the election looming he doubled down on mocking masks even during the presidential debate i don't have i don't wear masks like him every time you see he's got a mask he could be speaking 200 feet away from it he shows up with the biggest mask i've ever seen that attitude held up until the last minute at this rally in minnesota on wednesday trump threw souvenirs barehanded into a packed audience where few wore masks it remains to be seen how seriously trump's diehard supporters will now take the virus that has put their hero into quarantine and we'll. turn now to some of the other stories making news around the world.
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hundreds of turned out for fresh protests in the indian capital daily after an alleged gang rape victim died of injuries last week the family says she was promoted without their consent in the middle of the night protesters accused of thirty's of trying to hush up the crime. 100 design to the new pasta lockdown amid a surge in corona virus cases millions in the spanish capital and 9 nearby towns and they allowed to leave their districts for essential activities such as work or medical care a drug discount the europe's worst infection hotspot as cases rise across the continent. but the spread film producer harvey weinstein has been charged with 6 more counts of sexual assault the los angeles district attorney said the charges involved to victims and stem from incidents that took place more than a decade ago on sting's serving 23 years in prison in new york for brain and sexual assault. many of says it is ready to discuss
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a cease fire in the separatist region. if we're going to cut a buck which has been the scene of heavy fighting between armenian and as a johnny forces a 1000000 military officials said that as a pajama carried out strikes on the region's capital staff and cat on friday dozens of being killed in the recent flare up in fighting. germany is marking the 30th anniversary of reunification and event that many thought would never happen eastern as well hoping for a better life many found new opportunities and improved their standard of living but others found themselves in the midst of upheaval and were left behind it's now 30 years later divisions remain between east and west. there was no master plan no example worldwide for this is turning event german reunification. not even a year before the berlin wall had come down after months of peaceful protest in the
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form that is. give us u.k. france and the soviet union gave the green light paving the way to really unify the 2 germany's. those from the east had to adapt to many things new money and the economic system and the new lifestyle soon the disillusionment kicked in. what we're missing. it's because you know. you can only financial cost. the social medical costs. burden are not. blind they can only. unemployment. measured before. as many as 4000000 workers in the east saw their jobs disappear countless others had to take on work that was below their qualifications many young
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and educated people left to look for a better life. some areas feel the neglect to this day. there are rural areas where there's a lot of poverty and rip people feel left behind turning towards what they have which is often their national identity or even their racial identity is and the last national elections the center right and center left parties were more popular in the west than germany the far left and extreme right in eastern germany. a celebration nevertheless takes place every year with good reason we have had 30 years of peace and prosperity for a lot of people we think of germany as such a stable and secure country i think it's amazing when you look back at your ministry over 100 years germany went through from a monarchy to
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a failed democracy to a dictatorship to a communists system to a successful democracy inventor unifications a reinvention as the real headline for german history regardless of the differences really unified germany is often seen as an example of a stable and democratic country. now question before we go how do a limp excuse keep fit during the off season before the pandemic many had to travel abroad but in australia 1st can now hit the slopes year round thanks to a new. flying kangaroos as they are none of my king splash in brisbane as they practiced aerial jumps with white suits instead of ski suits athletes and reach speeds of up to 70 kilometers an hour plastic wraps. and a reminder of our top story this hour. president donald trump is being treated at
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a military hospital after testing positive for cocaine 19 his doctor says he's doing very well and his team has started therapy with the antiviral drugs for in days if you. drop today instead at why god visiting us on line a d w dot com that's also where you can down the team that. i'm at me how in billing right now world stories is next stay with us for that and michael both will be back with more news in 45 minutes time. this story most stubborn rice farmer from thailand. his problem pests. is crito no chemicals. and his.
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step. toward. the. trees. i'm successful. such that it. starts october 15th on g.w. . this week on world stories. reintegrating x. militants in nigeria. election campaigns on reservations in the us. but we begin to beller us despite the risk of being jailed the opposition continues to
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demonstrate against authoritarian leader alexander lukashenko prominent among the protesters are women. the moments march had barely begun when the police started making their 1st arrests over the past weeks bellerose has ramped up its crackdown on protesters but despite it all these women come back each saturday to make sure their voices heard. everything was quiet then suddenly those henchmen showed up and dragged these young women into their bastards what did they ever do to that we're not scared for our own safety i'm so worried about our children and grandchildren we want them to live in a normal country without this kind of. you know i don't know why it would symbolically. align sophia are outraged and try reasoning with the police. this time they can't get any of the women released.
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or what alice says she and her friend sophie are both retired school teachers do command a certain respect with the officers. the 2 women 1st met at a protest against look at shankar claim the authoritarian has been bringing the country home more and more about the recipients were expressing solidarity with these courageous women their bravery has aspired. overcome their fears and join the opposition. and women are leading the charge against weaker single. i. was was was was. was was was was was what they affectionately call the opposition figurehead. she resisted forced deportation by tearing up her passport and was then detained by authorities. and opposition leaders are now either behind bars or in exile.
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tells us that luka clinging to power with all his mind ever since the rigged election. more and more bellow recipients are openly defying look at schenkel and his regime to them he's a fraud it was only what we were so he 1000000 whole thing with this secret inauguration they don't seem to feel the need to prove anything to the people anymore. is now taking the threat these women pose more seriously arrests were meant to be a deterrent but they're having the opposite effect. and so fia tell us that they'll be out on the streets of mit's flying the flag of the opposition as long as their legs will carry them even if it's just the 2 of them. we've got. the nigerian government supports the reintegration of former militants for the terrorist group boko haram. some of their victims however aren't happy with the
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situation. what come to my degree this side existed long before the city gates negative notoriety for being the birthplace of. in the past my degree was known as a major trading up a decade into the jihadist insurgency more than 2000000 people have been displaced some of them find refuge in this camp like. he learns how to repair shoes during the 2 years he was with boko haram he learned something else. they wanted us to be part of their insurgency and become people who are willing to attack and kill. we went through a training to be able to kill and kill. the 45 year old claims. considered him to alter to be a move to iraq yet in the camp he still stigmatised he says he was forced to join
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the group. when we came to the camp a lot of people accused us of so many things but that doesn't bother us. we just want to live in peace. with we here refers to a dozen others who now live in the camp he's becoming a hairdresser and claims he repents his actions. those people i've killed whenever i think about it i have sleepless nights may allah forgive me i want. to get married go to school i want to be a very good person. i would do and i are both a government funded training program to help reintegrate militants that sounds like mockery to the victims here who fled their homes lost their relatives and face an uncertain future. she may have to man you know tonight i don't know how my life and
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that of my children will look. why design it's better to train our children and there are so many people here agree on this if they trained our children it would have more impact or angry that. the victims and former militants living side by side preparing to gather for a entrance into society wants to respond that's the goal but outside of the camp life is anything but stable. in the wake of new attacks it is difficult to convince people here to reintegrate forming sutures. suggest how fair is it to rehabilitate these people without doing the same for their victims for. the answer seems simple . it is absolutely unfair. to the victims it encourages dog who have never joined the insurgency towards 'd i
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tempted because they are given my attention that their real victims he says rehabilitation why violence is still ongoing is counterproductive but as other observers put it amnesty to acts militants though a bitter pill to swallow may be the only way to achieve peace once the war on terror is over. almost $5000000.00 native americans in the u.s. are voting age but only a fraction exercise that right now activists are canvassing on reservations for each and every vote. this is the heart of the south dakota badlands we're approaching the border of pine ridge reservation home to around $18000.00 members of the oglala lakota tribe we drive for nearly an hour across prairie land before reaching
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a town we want to know why the. well living here are less likely to vote than the other and there. they feel like it's not a voice will be heard to. make to scared to be here around a lot of people. a lot of people we live in 3rd world conditions majority of our people don't even on being. so how are they supposed to get to a polling place when they live 10 miles out in the country off the reservation in rapid city we meet with chante heart and tell him returns from scout they're organizing voter registration booths on multiple reservations in south dakota they want to show fellow native people that all they need is a social security number to cast their ballot even though that's not clear on the registration then that person we make decisions 7 generations ahead of time and so i'm thinking about my great grandchildren and hald life is going to be for them and right now i think the best thing we can do is vote and use our voices and that's
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just how i was raised their project is funded by a democratic party donor and while callinan chante aren't campaigning for the party they're sure most lakota voters are against donald trump. he's stoking the flames of racism all the things that i think will work so hard to build relationships across all. and he's reversed that the state is soaked in the history of stolen land broken contracts and withheld payments to say nothing of those who paid with their lives. at the crazy horse memorial museum chante performs a traditional dance making an effort to connect with visitors. despite generations of betrayal she hasn't given up on dialogue.
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on december 31st the press the transition period will end. that broad market in south london many small business owners are feeling anxious about the future. whether shops at barrow market in south london is looking for the best quality tasty treats from across europe 2. dominic court sells scouted she's from the netherlands. dairy cooperatives in france deliver conti and more people in the summer this fetid cheese from the greek island of lesbos but briggs it poses a threat to its little cheese paradise. the massive world the i me and has been very soon stay referendum and already we're on our 3rd stockpiling plan here. to make sure we've got enough stock at the prices that we're currently paying and we don't have to incur any higher prices that might be introduced by
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high tariffs. court shows us his story and he's worried that the already price of cheese he sells will be slapped with high tariffs that's assuming it can even be delivered undamaged with new border checks goods could be held up for days. the transport logistics is going to be that much more complicated it's going to be expensive because it will be actually paperwork involved. and i can only imagine it's not going to be as free flowing as it is currently food experts warn that the supply chains of fresh products could be disrupted britain imports roughly 80 percent of its fruit alone merchants also have another worry if there is no trade deal with brussels the u.s. might fill the gap food products could even become cheaper but what about quality american health and viral mental standards are lower for example when it comes to meat. i think the real worry is that if we get these influx of much cheaper food
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being imported the actually supermarkets will opt to stop say chain restaurants they have to stop face and so outrageous here who only supply the best face a fair price means that the disparity between consumers off it is going to be much wider than it already is cheese much and dominic court has had lots of discussions about bret's it including with max tucker the fishmonger all believe england will always be. always call me old fashioned the shiny. we won. a little arlen you know there's over countries that do with us. conscious preparing himself in his own way a friend of his mixed at a pinch maybe he'll end up selling this kind of cheese. i.
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am. a quandary to start a new life for young migrants in society today so if they like the living hell it was good in prison they took what i went through. it's not really wanting to know and when to give you 25 years if i believe that you cannot survive on that coming you'll call me you are drawing from your welcome you are running from. the 77 percent you're getting to the next d w. it's considered the 20th century the mistake of the s.l. it's not just the coming doors that have made the design so i can't. decide a man had credit it's considered nowadays the most eighties through.
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sports cars read. 60 minutes w. . both senses of car you don't need to keep the date of the ball roll for over a match on home the 4th time flew the most recently that you can buy that missed the boat on the valets at the last dragon this word has called the hard. to breathe books on. welcome to a new edition of the 77 percent my name is liz schoen and i'm thrilled to have your company. this is what's coming up on this week's show. we ask young migrants in italy who made the perilous journey across the mediterranean sea whether it was worth it. in sudan with an
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inspiring passion you signed up for you turned home after many years abroad. and ghana we go for a ride with one of don i was 1st female tractor driver. europe it was the dream destination for paul had to like many others he wanted to leave his country in search of a better life money security a well paid job a big house that's what young migrants are hoping for and that's what people smugglers promise them but what about the risks of making the journey to europe full now do is now back home in ivory coast's and his warning others about how dangerous it legal migration can be. the biggest city if i have rico and the home of. 2016 he wants to migrate to europe but he was arrested in libya and sent to a crowded prison with more than 4000 inmates. was
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a prison were sometimes came to look for people. into prostitution. were sent to places which were known for organ trafficking if they knew that your parents were to be treated try to extort money from them. paul managed to get out of the prison he was found by workers from the international organization for migration and was sent back to ivory coast. my shit but tonight i got caught and today i'm alive and there are people who come back with only one food or one hand they are practically with no fears because it might explode or there are so many things dechen go wrong. paul wishes he had had more information about the harsh realities of migration before he left so he decided to find association to help returning migrants and warn those who are planning to leave. the neighborhood meetings called the grains paul talks openly about the dark side
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of illegal migration. a long while and while you say that we don't have enough money when you go to the embassy they will demand 300 euros for you. but if you want to leave illegally you might have to say anything between 60780 euros before you even reach leave you are saying something for a while that one. sometimes the young men hold his warnings and they abandon their plans to the. women involved at all and then the mother with the information they gave us and yes we as is the shit i don't think everybody can be so lucky if i decide to leave by misfortune or buy a place i don't know what could happen to me or know somebody and they might even. have a. rough call composes alternative options to provide contact details of state agencies
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which can help them find a job. so soon for them it's also important to inform them that the government is willing to help them it is true i preferred to see them applying for a job here instead of leaving and guy in. boston it's an awfully good at least one element of. paul sr is totally convinced that it's possible to stay in ivory coast and succeed. paul is now living with her while looking for a new job. but it hasn't been easy but tourney's often suffer from discrimination. here they have an expression that you try to keep the ball but you hit the gold course the 2nd you left on an adventure and you didn't succeed. it is if you failed an exam me to avoid to be seen as the person who kicked and hit the. many retard
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immigrant tried to hype. but no matter how hard it is paul doesn't want to hide he hopes to find a job soon and will continue to share his experiences. the truth that's what you often don't hear from friends and relatives living in europe they don't tell you about how they nearly lost their lives while crossing the mediterranean on rubber bullets how they go to bed hungry because they can't afford 3 full meals a day or how they have to work day and night to have enough money to send back home my colleague chris and one who i was and palermo in southern italy where many migrants arrive and there she talks to young africans about how their journey to europe really was like and whether their lives have turned out the way they have thought. the 77 percent is in italy this country is home to many young people who left
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africa they crossed the scorching so hard they braved the unpredictable minutes rainy and all in pursuit of a better life in europe today we're asking if the life they're living here was worth the risk they took to get a lot you're going to start out with you right now what does it take to make it in here to gets here well i didn't the dikes a lot of their fault it takes a lot of it takes great bravery to make a. true dimity today and but these are the 1st steps it depends on what one piece running from what one wants to see in a new up right chris i'm going to come to you right now and we'll talk a little bit about coming here what you faced what you saw what you experienced. what i came to italy. not just. alone. like. us and most of them the now in in the various cornfield africa because it was
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indeed before them it was the will do also with luck you know you know like most people and they've passed through the sahara desert and also the they went through this the military and they were not that lucky most people have. gone through the sea and most most of them and down there they've been around these drones so i was really really really like lucky to be alive i was so you're right elijah i'm going to come back to you because i'm picking up that the brain what the reality is is different from from the dream that we had where i didn't be you know if we see in africa is portrayed on. you know why do t.v. by the social media facebook whatever right mama africa is suffering because. what are the sources that people are believing because stories are a what they are brought us what we are speaking now should be saying we are speaking with our broad does not really have to decide it is our old do not take
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the mediterranean sea right as the cemetery we are where most of all here doesn't exist as what they do here is to go on to get beach or in front of the fair lobby and that's really this information right right and i want to come to you ishmael because you tell us what life is like do you drive a ferrari because that's what people think they mean prosperity if in their life in iraq is this see as their life their quality in the hail in hell says because in as i'm put in iraq able to base on trade and you are not if you are not in the comments what are you going to do you go to farm to where the dog may be only for up to 5 india even in india seeds and i will give you $25.00 without food you cons of i have of that you cannot survive on that in italy here i leave it there because i want to come back to you chris most of last like immigrants we have pressures from home people call at our parents call from any color like. these can
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you do the skin you did that did or they forgot about like you have these like. that you are in a new place you know ishmael so. you. you've made it very clear that you're not living the dream in here to help you understand why that is the case. and most of us all appearance the appropriate to let us travel right because of what's seen now broad based and paid into to fierce came and salad bar ok if you want to get a better if. it's intended to 5 debates place for you to entice you to and which is no troop l.h.a. you are a lawyer and you specialize in migration it's really is has new laws that make it more difficult for people who come through the mediterranean to be able to stay here legally talk to us about that when you ask and for international protection
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until 2000 dollar 2 dozen 18 you were able to ask for 3 kind of protections the 1st 2 kind of protection where the european ones like the 3rd kind was an italian protection that was given to many people that we're not persecuted from in their county and they were not coming from some countries where there is the war of civil war right now is going to be more difficult because if they're not running away from a persecution or from a dental scoundrel we down to you know humanitarian protection is not easy to get at protection ok chris you know the journey that you took to get your. crossing the water the desert everything living in the camps. look at your life today right do you reckon it was all worth with it what i have to say what i went through. is not really wanted you know to come to this place to risk your life
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for the 1st place it's not really worth it if you look at body it's ok you know it's not whether it's relevant to come back to you because for somebody in africa was thinking about doing what you did what would you say to them the amount of money you are going to spin. from west africa to get to europe you can use that kind money to start from destruction and i bet you at the end of 6 months you see you are self in a position so was it worth it for you coming here everything you went through for the life you're living here today wasn't with it nanda life i'm livin in today it's not the kind of life i need election when i come back so you know because in this discussion now what are your final thoughts i want to speak to all politicians and i call them say. you know because they are not looking to. interest the needs the vulnerability that constrain people to my grid because to the gumbo to senegal to african political leaders it is convenient even if we die in the streets even if we
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die in the us we can send remittances so i'm telling africans who are there that i am guilty for being here if you come here you are only in from your walk you are running from changing africa so if i am speaking and if you can hear me today i am saying i should bark and then we should walk on what is happening because the future is in africa the real question is is the future in africa for africa is we all slaves we have discriminated we are sticking. why is africa enslaved do we on board really never be the future is still there the question is who is this is if we offer comes when we all run from the from from the from the teams that we should try to make up their. so you've heard from them and now we want to hear from you this is the story off of shattered dreams they left africa in pursuit of a better life and they're telling us today they have not found it instead they're
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saying that the life they've long been dreaming for is back in africa on the motherland gets a gauge on social media this is the 77 percent in italy. a big thank you to christine and everybody who shared their story and as always you can watch a longer version of this lively debate on here and make sure you subscribe to our channel. so we just heard from young africans who are trying to make it here in europe but they also some who are doing the exact opposite they are moving back to africa in search of a better life somehow i am spent most of her life in the u.k. and in saudi arabia and she never felt a real connection to her parents' home country which is until one particular visit opened her eyes and it also gave her a business idea. i'm so happy i am a fashion blogger
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a fashion photographer and they had designer of then a few the projects i was born in the u.k. but i grew up in saudi arabia. i did my schooling insider arabia before my parents moved back to the u.k. even though i was born abroad and most of my schooling was abroad i did go to medical school in sudan even though i just spent the 5 years here i didn't really really like love sudan or love or tradition or love our culture has since we were young we were always told that all sounds bad the situation is terrible you know just work hard so you can nice design and so even after i finished my university all i could think of a want me to leave sudan i need to use the time that there was nothing for me in sudan. so i started doing older and i always travel but the time to visit something to confide my started like connecting with sudan it was only about 2 years ago when i train when i travel to north and east of sudan i started to see more so than has
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to offer for culture beauty. the people everything. that's when i started feeling culturally connected and very. very suited me. i had read enough chronicle prayerful good i had a creative passions and other creative endeavors i always loved fashion. when i moved to. and then the 1017 they just felt like it was time it was time to stay in sudan i mean it's time to pursue my passions. i remember my son believe a respecting the society you live in respecting the culture you live in because even though i'm sitting means i was brought up abroad and so my idea of you know social cultural freedom is a bit different here so trying to still be myself our respect for the culture i
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think is my greatest challenge you know trying not to lose what makes me sad. when i was growing up my parents always told me that i can do any job that a boy can do and i believed them but there were some jobs that i only saw men do for example i never met a female lorry driver or a woman driving a tractor well here's a role model for all young girls dreaming of becoming tractor drivers he came out to. she is a from time island in ghana and she is proof that big wheels are not just for men. whenever the tractor ropes across a bumpy field. he was a rush of joy she's the 1st licensed female truck to drive out in northern gonna as well as the money to integrate the farms on the outskirts of tamani the 26 year old
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lives much of many have made her a role model for many young farmers. hours the 1st. in a train and in region drive and then. also excited. training when i came back to my life it's always so i'm nice to see you my face in history to be driving a truck. i'm nice and due to dad's like my joint. and our number. just a few kilometers away he came up to a radio station as well as a farm where he might also host a radio show on his show she gives advice to farm missing adonis knocking region she office chips and advice for growing green raising cattle and the right kind of harvest yeah radio is very important because. most of their population
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over 80 percent of the population especially northern parts of. do not tough process to eat then it. came out to once to help them the majority of people in ghana are dependent on. a small farmers often luck specialist knowledge. just radio show that. young women also benefit from the program to learn how to increase yields and provide better care to the animals. benefit a lot and so i can sell the eggs buy food for my family and i can give the eggs to my children. you know if you call them so they stay home they will be my god want to know. to always work positive feedback she's qualified as a senior. this means she can repair the truck to herself and offer more tips about
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truck this she says spearheading a path for a young woman like yourself and it's keen to convince them to enter the world of agriculture will mention going to farm in because farming if you're going to meet it's. easy comparing it to. farming is easy and then you can get some money out of it so if you're going to farm and you make money then you help your family. radio presenter truck driver role model he came out to is driven by the support of obvious she dreams of a future where even more truck to drive just like to be able to feed themselves and their families. it's never fun to talk about diseases but from time to time we have to tell where is the international breast
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cancer awareness month. and that reminds me of how my gynecologist always asked me whether i regularly check my breasts to see if there are any lumps and i have to admit that i never check although i know it's important we asked the women in nairobi kenya whether they regularly check themselves and the whether they even know how to do it. myself because. i have not. seen them i don't know how to check myself because i've never met someone who has the disease so about scares me a lot of close up never going for a chick fil. a have never been able to hold check. each and every game at least once a month and if they shower h. i n. . charge my wrist receive because i'm just.
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so i'm actually not the only one who doesn't do a regular check but it's actually really important because it's may help detect breast cancer at an early stage aspiring dr beauty said ok and is educating women and girls on this form of cancer which is the most common in women worldwide beauty and realize that many people in her home country togo don't know a lot about breast cancer and so she founded a student's group called emily aims and she took action. breast cancer what is it and how can you tell if you have it. that's what these teenage girls at the revelation high school in the me are here to find out today in 2017 young trainee doctor beauty so doc in this business had more than 20 high schools in tokyo to promote breast cancer awareness it's called a tool was i mean that m l a 2
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a rose could positively influence the future of africa because our initial goal is to end the current trend of detecting breast cancer on the in its advanced stages so once the kurds are informed about breast cancer detection they go home and have to try to share this information with at least 10 people. and this is what sidonie does after attending the m. and a 2 horse workshop the 15 year old shared what she had learned about tumours and breast examinations with her friend to friend and her mother. before the horse came to our high school i didn't know anything about breast cancer . might make it but i learned a lot when they came they also showed us how to detect breast cancer come off air force our course elder say 2 or 2 according to the world health organization well
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i'm 3000 people in tokyo died from cancer and 2018 alone almost 750 women died from breast cancer the majority of the population in total lives below the poverty line this makes it more difficult for them to access prevention measures and other important for mation about cancer diseases. beauty so doc in works as a trainee neurologist at a korean university teaching hospital in the me the 25 year old was nominated by the global health council as one of the female leaders in the field she believes that it is more important to invest. in prevention rather than treatment. we have noticed that at the hospital many women who are. breast cancer women who have no idea about the disease and don't know anything about what we call breast self examination on the. sofa have already trained over
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$6000.00 girls but there is still much more ground to cover. increasing awareness is just the past step in the battle against the most common type of cancer found in women worldwide. and that's why i put on this breast cancer awareness ribbon and i'm hoping it will remind me to do a self check today as always i'd like to hear your thoughts on this topic and on any other story that we had on today's show send us an e-mail to 77 com or you can also get in touch with us on social media well we've come to the end of the 77 percent for today thank you so much for watching i'll leave you with some music from my home country times and diamondback them so with his hit can ya go enjoy and see you next.
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