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good off the usual commish cross one nil by and that's how it staged by intern our club world champions and winners of an historic sex couple. aren't you're watching news live from berlin up next business news with stephen beard the stick around he will be right back. why are people forced to hide in trucks. there are many reasons. there are many
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answers. and there are many stories. make up your. job made for mines. and. joe biden criticizes chinese trade practices in his 1st phone call with premier she jean pain but will biden continue on the course at all by his predecessor donald trump researchers say china is already falling behind on a trade agreement struck by trump last year. also on the show volkswagen turns to microsoft for help with the. driving cars it's just the latest partnership between
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big tech and big auto. and mexico's eager to get back to business even in the middle of a pandemic we'll hear from workers and shoppers in mexico city were stores are reopening. blow off into the show. it's good to have you with us u.s. president joe biden told his chinese counterpart xi jinping that he had fundamental concerns about chinese trade practices during the pair's 1st phone conversation biden called chinese policies coercive and unfair according to the white house she stressed the need to continue dialogue and called for tolerance of differing political views the relationship between the 2 economic powers has been strained in part by a u.s. led trade war biden has said his reviewing tariffs and policies currently in place . now the new president has called china america's most serious competitor here he is thursday talking to reporters but you know they're going to
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get moved. billions of dollars to do with the whole read the real issues that relate to transportation the. swedish have to step up. and buy its predecessor donald trump referred tariffs in his relations with china extracting an initial trade deal in 2020 among other things the agreement required china to increase its purchases of u.s. goods last year and this year by a whopping $200000000000.00 compared with 2017 and for more on that i'm joined by mary lovely from the peterson institute for international economics in washington d.c. the nonpartisan think tank has calculated that china is not on track to meet that commitment mary it's good to have you on the program chinese purchases of u.s. goods 420-2040 percent lower than that agreement called for why is that. well there's a lot of reasons i think the 1st one is 1st that the park purchasing targets were always unrealistic. president former president trump demanded
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a big number and he was given a big number but it was always going to be a difficult stretch part of the problem was that you know u.s. exports to china fell during a trade war but these purchasing agreements are geared paced based on what we did before the trade war in 2017 so we have to get back to where we were then just to reach these new lofty targets or as maybe some other realistic goals there but can we at least this in grab it did push china to make some concessions that we haven't seen before for example the areas of technology trade for a force technology transfer i should say our market access as well well china was already on its way to doing a lot of those things so it's very unclear that this phase one agreement really push any of those forward there were some minor concessions they made to the united states such as reducing technical barriers to u.s. exports in agriculture but basically it's hard to see how all this pain
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you know really produced anything that was near the cost a whole train more to the u.s. we know that trump was very focused on the trade balance between those 2 nations is that the right measure of the economic relationship. no unfortunately it's not it's one that resonates with a lot of people but the trade balance you really have is not of balance it's as you know our benefits our costs are out our net benefits our net costs are so high or so low they trade balance really reflects the fact the united states actually consumes more than it produces as a country we have a deficit deficit ends up as a trade deficit with other countries we have trade deficits in many other countries besides china. i think the trade deficit will actually increase as the u.s. begins to roll out a recovery and stimulus stimulus package coming up under the by an administration
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and again that's not going to be a judgment about the wisdom of that package so basically no it was not ever a good measure of how this trade war was going and we already saw that actually you know the trade deficit with china is bigger than it was before the trade war began so maybe briefly if you can should joe biden rip up this trade deal. that's a good question you know on the one hand we don't want other countries thinking that they can just ignore legal agreements that they've made with the united states on the other hand divina ministrations been very critical of the agreement i think president biden shalit for ways to scale it back and move to alternative policies with china hopefully in conjunction with our allies particularly those in europe all right mary lovely with the peterson institute for international economics in washington d.c. thank you very much thank you. over the wall street now we're dating app bumble has become the story of the day shares shooting up
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a whopping 76 percent at one point on its market stay bew before settling a bit now bumble styles itself as a woman friendly women friendly dating app founder women wolf heard was part of the founding team behind tender before leaving the company at 31 she's one of the youngest c.e.o.'s to take a company public. dns court our financial correspondent in new york what is it that made bubble so attractive now well i mean their story is just a very fitting to really get investors excited specially in times where the stock market in general and then the i.p.o. market in particular are a red hot whitney wolf and actually is the youngest woman ever to bring a company public as you mentioned she did start with a tender but then later there was. sexual harassment suit from her and and then she
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started a bumble being the 2nd biggest online dating company behind which owned some tinder by now and the stock. was up by more than 60 percent at the end of the trading day giving a bubble a market valuation of roughly $14000000000.00 and it was very interesting because mitch group tried to buy a bundle or couple of years ago for 450000000 dollars so obviously it was a good decision by whitney wolfe to say no at that time all right not a bad start in new york thank you or to the car industry now we're volkswagen has announced that microsoft will provide the cloud based software for its vehicles and that deepens an already existing partnership between the 2 companies and it comes as more tech companies are partnering with auto companies where demand for digital software soaring. cloud services secure data transfer
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and artificial intelligence on the one hand automotive know how on the other microsoft and folks bargain hope to work together to speed of the w.'s development of automated driving the software situation at the auto giant in its 12 brands including audi say at skoda and porsche has before now been chaotic with each unit doing its own thing v.w. then consolidated its software development program into one subsidiary car software org now microsoft will lend its cloud computing expertise traditional car makers are feeling the pressure not only must they contend with tesla the undisputed leader in the electric car market but also they're facing ambitious u.s. tech giants who are hoping to carve out a slice of the automotive piii google and apple are working together on software for autonomous driving meanwhile amazon has bought a firm that produces robotic vehicles. software is playing an ever bigger role in
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our cars for instance in steering or onboard entertainment with increasing digitalisation the auto industry is approaching a crossroads. or a let's go to some of the other business stories making headlines. amsterdam is europe's largest share trading center now that britain is out of the e.u. stock exchanges in the dutch capital are trading at $9200000000.00 euros per day in january after picking up a chunk of u.k. business london during that same period traded at $8600000000.00 euros per day. astra zeneca posted a $3200000000.00 net profit last year the biggest driver is cancer drugs where sales jumped by almost a quarter the british swedish pharma giant issued an upbeat forecast for the current year although its estimate does not yet include sales of its covert 1000 facts seen. when shops in mexico city have been allowed to reopen this week
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despite the still high numbers of corona virus cases there and mexico as a whole is so average in well over a 1000 kovan 1000 deaths per day nevertheless there is an eagerness for many to get back to work. opening up for the 1st time in 2 months many retail workers in mexico city are relieved to get back to work he even if it's far from business as usual limits on the numbers of customers temperature checks for shoppers and the mandatory provision of hand sanitizer all make for a very different experience. without their helps all of the q.r. codes sanitizer and temperature checks but i think it's more down to the individual to use their common sense. that they have been restrictions for so long that we're starting to get used to it but we do need to be able to just go out for a few minutes and then we'll go back inside. the mexican capital is still
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technically on the highest level of alert for a coronavirus cases. but the need to make ends meet has proven over powering with many mexicans feeling forced to return to work where you have to support my children you support your sons in law and most of your grandchildren too it's chaos because then there isn't even enough to eat. we are working behind closed doors which is not the same as working with everything open so let's hope that out of this 2nd closure the economy will start to pick up again. but that's a gamble if the reopening of shops however clean causes a spike in corona virus cases in may only prevent mexico from finding its way out of the pandemic. or i would talk a lot about vaccines well now for a different kind of unfair injection from right here in germany in bavaria where confectioner is offering customers a jab of donuts filling the customers can choose from different flavor jams and
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inject them into freshly baked donuts among offerings are limon gender and passionfruit coconut chia to flame for something definitely something for those ailing from say a sweet tooth sort of other it's. all right that's our show that's it for us at the team here in berlin and you can always find out more about these and other stories t w dot com slash business let's watch. into the conflict zone with jim sebastian for years now the government of bangladesh is being criticized around the world for its human rights record my guest this week from back eye is gallery's me foreign affairs advisor to the country's prime minister will be. hard to stop denying the truth about the
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repression inflicted and clean up their act conflicts a. little bit in 60 minutes. we've got some tips for your bucket list. manticora. top spot for some. and some great cultural memorials to boot. w.h.y. we go. humans love interaction and sometimes you don't have a if your robot will provide it that's great they're going to replace people in manufacturing they're going to replace doctors and lawyers they're going to replace people in jobs you wouldn't think but now if all the work is being done by machines what are you going through so they try and keep getting better and better patients and taking more and more advanced jobs or do they end up doing other things making art having social interaction for the each other are we going to have enough
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humanity to make it possible for everyone or some people are going to say i want everything to rest you guys have to be poor and die it allows individuals to discover their humanity they have to learn a new meaning for life and there are things to do that's a social revolution and hopefully we can move too slowly 'd. this is africa on the program today insecurity in the central african republic people of being fullest to leave their homes says rebels pushing to cease the capital the un ses small piece keep has a needed to keep the public safe. and on the international day off women and girls . in science i'll be talking soup zimbabwe's stephanie travis she's made history as
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a black woman in formula one. hello i'm christine wanda it's good to have your company rebels in the central african republic say they will temporarily allow the passage of aid convoys to the capital. but the u.n. is calling on the rebels to end a blockade off the major road that leads into the capital the rebels who control about 2 thirds of the country and at one point had surrounded the capitol have lost some ground the central african republic ministry along with randon and russian allies reached a series of towns in recent days at the end of last month they head of the un peacekeeping mission in the cia are requested additional reinforcement he said the
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security situation was twisting the ability to keep people in the cia are safe. you get an ha 6 children are some of more than 2000 people who fled the fighting invalid umballa a lot of the capital bangui. now they've settled here at this ministry compound close to the residence of the country's president. it's hard to adopt to be a new lives now where we're better off in our homes my children didn't have any difficulty keeping themselves clean look at what the war has done to us today we ran away to take refuge here look at the mattress that the children sleep on some of them are getting sick we have nothing to eat well this war really end one day i fear for my children's future. the central african republic mine president independence. peace accords and many years of dialogue with armed groups yet insecurity still looms large in the country where people have had enough and want
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protection. as a result the book to the streets of the capital a few days ago protesting the arms embargo imposed by the united nations security council in 2013. i am a shopkeeper because of the insecurity we can no longer go to the market to sell our goods and take care of our children we can no longer pay our rent so that's why we have come out today to tell the un to lift the embargo so that security can return to our country i am a widow how am i going to look after my children. after the unsuccessful attack on the capital bangui the government tightened security by imposing a curfew and declared a state of emergency in the entire country for international aid organizations work is becoming very difficult most organizations have pulled out of the risk zones in
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the capital. but could oh go it will go direct or the united nations form for population activities says that they are all worried what will happen to people left behind in this crisis is having a negative impact on our t.v. it is very far under lives of women and girls in this country mostly because they're victims of people on the move we have to stuff outside of town here on mission and we had to bring them back because of the density situation operate is the when the situation is current favor over for development activities attacks are still ongoing on the outskirts of benghazi and the reason economic meltdown because supply routes from eastern come rule to benghazi have been blocked by rebels the government is rejecting any form of dialogue with the armed groups one thing is certain the central african republic is a country under siege its 2nd look at some of the stories making news across the
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continent now gunman have killed 5 united nations peacekeepers and wounded another $28.00 in an attack in central mali it's not immediately clear who was behind what u.n. officials described as a well planned assault on groups linked to al qaeda and the so-called islamic state group regularly attacked peacekeepers in the west african country. protests have erupted in parts of sudan over the high cost of living authorities in north darfur and salt the full provinces have closed schools and imposed nighttime curfew sudan's government faces a tough toss up reviving the economy off to decades of mismanagement rule and buicks sanctions. and the maybe is cash strapped national carrier has canceled all flights and promised to refund customers despite years of failed outs in the movie it remains have been the end dates and now faces liquidation the
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company's next will leave more than 600 strong in those and in which. it is the international day off women and girls in science and a saying goes we need science and science needs women it's true because women around the world have led groundbreaking scientific research yet gender stereotypes and gender based inequalities continue to prevent many girls and women from taking up and remaining in korea is in science across the world but as you're about to see in the case of zimbabwe that is slowly changing. gracious. and his colleagues after a no year students at the heritage studio of technology their rapidly growing number of female students studying for a science related degree in zimbabwe it's a species that is traditionally been dominated by male students but that appears to
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be changing i'm starting came to enforce a systems engineer which is the degree that incorporates the chimp over ratios that we encourage in our day to day lives so chemical creation that's why do almost every industry whether big or small. but what attracted gracious to take up if you would normally diminutive by men. i meant personally i love doing mathematics and everything that involves messiness comes to me naturally so that's one of the things that makes me so excited about saves being there are now but it's. even though women and girls make up more than half of the number of zimbabwe's students they've traditionally pursued other subjects and increasing examples of women succeeding in the stim sicked or are now inspiring many others to follow in their
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footsteps. we have seen an increase in the numbers of girls that. stimulative subjects in this may mean to be executed. increased. individually was now they seem to be more in the food that's kinda the gives although many goes into women in the country could be breaking barriers in the science related fields this remain many gender studio tired to be rocky hills les grisha. could benefit from connections between them in seniors in the industry. and staying on that my guests today beat more than 7000 people say get the job that she currently has stephanie travis from zimbabwe is a trackside fluid engineer for the formula one team petronas it's great to have you
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on the program stephanie but 1st let's get this out of the way what is a trackside fluid engineer i know you studied chemical engineering thank you for having me today. the religion there monitor. the fluids. so this in here imagine o.-l. can turn a function of learning you might feel during the day to ensure that you know the sports governing body regulations the f.a.a. and also to see whether we have any problems looming so i wanted to go where in the engine and gearbox and when exactly where we may have a potential problem ok that's it that's incredible stuff stephanie but what's even more incredible is that you made history by being the 1st black woman to stand on a formula one podium what was that moment like for you. it was such
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a surreal moment i wasn't expecting to be asked to go of the podium so when he asked me i was in complete shock and i didn't have time to call my friends and family so i just embraced the moment and went on the podium i caught him going into something that i look back on and i'm right so i spoke to the same as a question a whole could mean. for to represent the team collecting the construct the tree it was an immense occasion for myself for my family and something or remember for the rest of my life yeah i mean it's incredible right because i've read a little bit about you and your whole thing was you grew up watching formula one to be a dad and this is this is something that you always wanted this is an industry you always wanted to work in and see if they were having this conversation on the international girls and women in science day and i want to get your thoughts on how we can get more women into into professions in industries like the one that you're
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in because you look around you and i'm pretty sure there are not a whole lot of women in the space that you're in so how do we do that because i know that you're involved in some initiatives as well. so i think it's very important other young people are interested in the sciences a ma to just continue working hard in those subjects and to really explore when you get the point where you're deciding what degree part of korea because you want to explore all of them you can do a lot of research and ultimately there's so many careers that aren't in the limelight souls that young people don't necessarily get to see that are so fun to do as push legal myself always introduce the formula one silly young age i was really enjoying watching this boston globe so quaint way i got to use that and how i could get into formula one so i think any little spark of interest that you have as a child she persevered you know without a push and see whether you can get into that korea as ultimately do well in life
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form the majority of your life on this writing course and do something you're passionate about that's right safety i mean i don't know if you've had a whole lot of time to think about this but but way to from yeah for you for now i'm actually raising what i'm doing at the moment i love being attracted to juliet and i haven't really thought that far as the future especially with all that happened in 2020 i've just lied and why were you. all right is that said stephanie travis trackside philip engineer for the formula when team patron it's so good having you on the program stephanie kids thank you very much. i'm so proud of these ladies all that is it for now at the shore to check out our other stories on our com forward slash africa we're also on facebook and on twitter we look forward to your engagement it's always interesting to know what you think about the stories that we have on the program and the stories that we should be
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humans leave on the world around them. and europe is the news that inspires a german artist and 20 was created a mural of monumental proportions all events in pencil. signature a film festival the belly not i was the last of the 3 major festivals to take place normally one year ago in february before the world was so radically changed by covert 19 most since then the organizers have been working hard to salvage the essence of what's known as the world's largest people's film festival and the european film market of course in the grip of a tough winter lockdown they've had to be creative and so will go over to bonnie now to our resident film expert scott roxboro to see how the festival will shape up with lockdown restrictions at the highest they've been so scott this must be strange for you normally that any knowledge would have kicked off today but instead
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there was a press conference to announce a modest program tell us what's happening. a press conference and a virtual press conference of course because here in germany we are under complete lockdown we cannot meet in groups in a public event which would be the case for this announcement of the competition lined up so instead of the heads of the bell and gave a virtual announcement in a socially distance and completely empty cinema so it was a differently a different feel for this year but of course this is a year unlike unlike any any other when it comes to the actual films that were selected for this year. it was quite similar to a lot of lot of that we've seen in berlin it's a bit fewer films just 15 but the type of movies they're sort of these international art house films that is really really known for so there's a new film from. the french director or money
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a shot of the german director who just won an emmy for her netflix series on orthodox she's going to be showing her new movie premier ing at the belly nala what i find quite interesting with this selection is the new team at the are really putting a focus also on documentaries which crap is appropriate at the world that we're living in and there's a film who we were it's a documentary that describes sort of a cinematic essay about climate change and about the environmental destruction based on a book and its use of a series of conversations with interesting people including an astronaut and it looks like something that's quite contemplated but if you're the mood for something a bit lighter we also have a new comedy with michelle pfeiffer called french acts that it's not a competition but will be screening as a special at the belly now and. play if i for plays sort of. a sophisticated about how woman who's fallen on hard times and is forced to move
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back in with her adult son played by lucas hedges in a tiny apartment that they have in paris looks like a nice frothy comedy to maybe lighten things up in what might otherwise be a fairly dark and dreary berlin. ok scott so berlin is also known for being a very political film festival what can we look forward to long on that score. yeah there's one film i'm really excited to see is called the mauretania and it's a legal thriller a true life legal thriller starring 2 time oscar winner jodie foster and she plays a lawyer who represents a man who is rendition by the u.s. and taken to guantanamo bay and she's trying to get him free it's based on a true story of a man who was actually snatched off the streets by u.s. forces off the streets of germany by u.s. forces and it's it's brought by kevin macdonald who did the last king of scotland so i'm very very excited to see that. some exciting stuff lined up there and of
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course we can't see all of it today it'll be happening as of march 1st but this kind of 2 part solution for that is this enough for the film industry if it's going to be sufficient. it's going to be difficult to say they've been a few filled bustles have done these sort of virtual type of festivals berlin wool from beginning of march will screen these films online essentially for the film industry and for a couple of film fanatics like myself and then in the summer conditions if conditions allow it they want to have a proper in public film festival with red carpet screenings with dollars for the audience for the audience in berlin that so loves this festival i think that type of audience participation is needed for these type of movie specials the smaller independent movies it doesn't it doesn't work just seeing online people don't get excited about them you need a big crowd of people watching a film they've never heard anything about and getting so excited about they go and tell all their friends that's what this festival it really does and i think that's what we desperately need hopefully we'll have it this summer or we certainly do hope so because we're all i think missing not that cinema feeling so part one of
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the 1000000000 dollar to 2021 kicking off on march 1st and thanks very much for that background information scott roxboro in berlin. and in other film news thanks to the pandemic the 2021 oscars will also be different from past years they'll take place on april 25th at several locations simultaneously much like they did back in the 1950 s. when for a few years they actually held ceremonies in los angeles and new york l.a. is still on the schedule but as it's currently a covert hotspot other locations will mean less travel and easier social distancing . his work is a good place to turn if you're in search of a bit of stillness or even if during prolonged lockdown conditions you want to do some vicarious travel in your mind german photo artist. has traveled the globe for his labor intension intensive photo series and he trains his lens not on the people
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in those places but on the actual traces they leave behind on landscapes themselves or in the form of architecture. comes close down shrink goes out into the landscapes near his home there he finds images that tell of people and their relationship to the world around them but he doesn't like to leave things up to chance his photos are planned measured and smoothed out wherever the eye calls for it. doesn't come obligation this is a camera i've been working with for more than 20 years i haven't used it as much lately but for me it has the advantage of this really large negative from which you can make large credits and above all it requires that i work with extreme precision i have to consider very carefully where i position myself and what picture i want to create. 'd and shrinks birthplace of effort an exhibition of his work awaits the return of visitors after lockdown. made
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a name for himself with photos of roadways in eastern germany since the 1990 s. highways cutting sharply through the landscape altering the time and space of those regions these images capture human influence digging up the earth and building as efficiently and effectively as possible. shing photographed a lot of new architecture. and he also went travelling he's taken photos on all the continents of the globe he's fascinated by paradoxes and juxtapositions such as here in myanmar. he's even been able to take photos in north korea. i've been to a total of 50 countries and for the one hour project i actually traveled around the world in a single trip like and around the world in 80 days but i did it in 90 days in. for his one hour project shrink photographed the sun in 37 different places around
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the globe he used a one hour exposure and the resulting solarization effect created the. blackline the sun's path over the course of an hour has a different angle depending on where in the world the photo was taken and sometimes clouds get in the way for a tree. after photographing the wide world the photographer returned to germany settling in mecca bog in the northeast in his own unique style. bodies of now basically the house was built this way with this kind of orientation in order to have an openness to the landscape there are these wide south facing windows which really capture a landscape image. in a new series called hinterland explores his adopted home of mecklenburg as always the photographer takes his time using his high resolution mid form and camera over
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the past 7 years. it's interland i've been trying to engage more deeply with my subjects and to take a less critical stance toward certain developments than i did fairly often in the 1990 s. and early 2000 i think that's resulting in a broader spectrum of moods and atmosphere. the series dramatic arc 1st reveals itself in the book edition it's less a portrait of region and more hands close attention to subject of collection of the traces human beings leave behind ready. and now to a very different german artist i'm 20 at hails from light sake and she's currently
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holed up in eastern germany in the state of saxony on high putting the fish it finishing touches on a unique masterpiece of a neural the alter of as she calls it is an incredible cumulative work that covers about $100.00 square metres and even more remarkable the whole thing is done in pencil. in a palace in the eastern german town of massive book the artist a man to a net puts the finishing touches on her monumental creation made with just colored and lead pencils her drawings cover $100.00 square metres. inflation gamete a lot of pencils for these big homogenous surfaces this panel alone took 36 blue pencils. i didn't draft any sketches or plans beforehand with the work on the scale you wouldn't get much of an overview from small designs anyway. she's gone through $1500.00 pencils in 3 years for the work she calls the altar of
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europa in mass a book she created only the last 4 of 13 panels in total she drew the others further east in gurlitz and the european capitals of vienna and prague. europe has been the focus of my work for 30 nearly 40 years this continent has a prominent position in the world and it's evolving as is the rest of the world so i think it's important to describe the common identity that binds us together and can lead us into the future. my hope in. the entire alter was united for the 1st time in man's a book for a work that spans 20 by 5 meters that's no small feat but the work will only remain here until it's finished and open studio is planned for the final stages but the pandemic put an end to that still visitors can catch a glimpse of antoinette's work through the window. and antoinette
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a still searching for the perfect permanent home for her altar of your open in all its glory. and we wish her luck finding a suitable spot for more on the web site at d w dot com slash culture you can also find us on twitter at w culture and with that until next time take good care and all the best from us from berlin up i.
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go. into the conflict zone with tim sebastian for years now the government of bangladesh is being criticized around the world for its human rights record my guest this week from back eyes gallery's me foreign affairs advisors of the country's prime minister well real authority stop denying the truth about the repression they've been inflicted and clean up their act conflict so folks. 30 minutes on the. young german. and jewish just i'm jewish so world.
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does that mean. in daily life. and at school isn't nice and we shouldn't be given a special status but be completely normal. this look of shock like wow there's a jew at our school until about. 11 teenagers. 11 stories. based on jewish conservative. german and jewish starts february 22nd on d w. n u you may know years years we can hear you and how last year's german chancellor will bring you i'm going to a magical as you've never heard before a surprise yourself with what is possible who is magical really what moves and want . to talk to people who follows her along the way admirers and critics alike how is the world's most powerful woman shaping her legacy joining us from eccles last stop . trying.
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to come to. one giant trouble i'm familiar with enormous she's. been denied a lazy needle the change in lately account the. how will climate change affect us and our children. e.w. dot com slash water. exhibit. this is d w news and these are our top stories in the united states house democrats prosecuting donald trump's impeachment have wrapped up their case they said the violent mob that invaded the capital last month believed they were acting on the former president's orders to stop the certification of joe biden's election victory comes lawyers.

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