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ah, and some is this, i think it was worth it for me to come to germany. i shall my got my license to work as a swimming instructor. you dish and now i teach children monday. don't to swim just what's your story? take part, share it on info, migrants dot net. ah ah, my heart goes out to the people, ukraine and it's, it's heartbreaking. mm hm. can you see it? not all russians are guten ah, he's a guy to solidarity coming from all over the world helps get through this horror. a
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dose with a war is raging in europe. its impact has sent shock waves through the world of arts and culture. artists and institutions the world over are expressing their solidarity with ukraine, but his boycotting russian culture, the right path to take. we meet belushi and rider living in exile and a ukrainian conductor, working tirelessly to support her home country. ah, a concert for peace conducted by asana. lenise. she's visibly distressed by the war in her home country of ukraine. she recently joined the orchestra of the day off.
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welcome narly d bolona. and they're playing a piece by ukranian composer yury ship jenko. this intimate interpretation sounds like a prayer we let with asana and rome, where she will conduct the opera torn down by puccini. she's deeply worried and shaken habit. neat node on diff, amelia, i'm not just afraid for my family. i. i'm afraid for every one to have it on my neck, i'm afraid for my country, the lamb, but and afraid for the places where i work on it. and i don't like the live national opera, the odessa national opera down there. stunning architectural gems amongst i'm afraid for old cities that are unesco, cultural heritage sites. thought arabella ah. asana studied music in levine, not far from her place of birth. brody, my name would dial me dearest, vast, and my mother and her sister, my aunt,
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are hiding in a sort of bunker. it's actually a potato seller has come off, but it's an old nazi bunker from world war 2. good believe infants, vitamin valley creek. my father, my father made it a bit more livable there and less dam did. this is new, so foist is mine, father. he continues putting on concerts with his choir dining and my mother's things in it to him. what does they sing? patriotic songs to keep up the ukrainian spirits in guys. funnel graham want that's a heisman asana has long been a big name outside of ukraine. she's had international debuts throughout europe and in 2021. she appeared at the bi road festival and performed with a benefit on monica. in spring of 2021, we accompanied oksana to ukraine. the my don square and key of was the faithful setting for a turning point. ukrainian history. in late 2013 hundreds of thousands demonstrated for a peaceful term toward europe. oh,
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and now air raid sirens are sounding near. the city is being bombed and threatened by russian troops. but the people are prepared to defend kia, decent greek had kind net, agony, this war has no rule is dead, thus is. and the worst thing is that now it's not even about a political conflict. conflict gate, it's about destroying a nation, but it needs junk. and then as increasingly brutal weapons can be put to use, killing thousands or even 1001000 at 1000000 and so more. but there's no way to destroy the people, spirit, their spirit of freedom and the love of their country. john also lotion ah oksana is fighting for her homeland. not a day goes by without her rallying supporters on social media. she feels shaken to the core by putin's war. for her, everything is at stake. this is about ukraine's survival,
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including its culture. since russian president putin denies the nation, its identity at alyssa said, does everything he's saying is complete nonsense. a ukrainian culture is thousands of years older than russian culture. and that's why he hates us on death, because there's no way to explain russian culture without ukraine on that of the inch down gross lunk miffed at karen this is levine, back in 2021. a cultural hub in western ukraine. asana showed us the jesuit church and even then the armed conflict with russia was claiming victims. oh, oh, i like it and then there monday t all be saw objects. here you see parts of all these weapons that came from the front line. yes. and here you can see the gallery of portraits of children who lost their parents or fathers in the war. a thunder fad, thought in greek for lot of mom, she is dead so much like here. as in my maria,
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3 years old, my father is in heaven. my dear father, where are you? i want to be in your arms. i want to see you in ah, to day thousands of ukrainians have fled to levine. and crowds have formed in front of the central train station for them. the v is the gateway to europe. the gotten to bed dragged that meter on, pardon the whole world, shares the blame for put in total loss of control on and hot. then like when we look at how the european union reacted to the annexation of crimea, annex on became yes, were concerns and were warning russia. and if they don't stop will apply sanctions, a mark and the bidding and said, but that approach hasn't really been effective. and putin saw that to me, and he saw how every one was afraid. it along common lou, the youth orchestra of ukraine brings together musicians from the countries east and west. it was founded in 2017 by exxon lena, with
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a political purpose. was to emphasize ah, is far to me, he has, i knew that he should side while it's been a horrible time for me even. and i'm here in europe where i can conduct and i can sleep in a nice hotel and, and i think keep doing, my job is gone by dumb minded off of steuben. but they're all surrounded unblocked gosh lawson, lukia's mancha. they can't cross the border. a young man 18 and upwards. can't leave the country. ice tub and deer due from the slant. nissan lawson. mm asana. lenise has brought musicians under the age of 18 to this lavine capital of louisiana. they can take refuge there for now. and workshops and lessons are plan ah, good daughter frond is to mean this didn't
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a cultural front is at least is important to me as the physical frontline this vague in the should be. and that's why it's so hard for me to conduct a need to get in and thoughts them, but still i understand that we can't give up. now my name yet there are few wrong. i dedicate every performance my arcs and my job to our fight for freedom of ones that have freiheit there's been an outpouring of support for ukraine, but opinions are divided is boycotting russian culture. the right path to take. my heart goes out hugely to the people of ukraine and it's, it's heartbreaking. it's, it's traumatic experienced to witness. so one can only imagine what those poor people are going for. peace messages on tap hawks
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highway bridges. and in concert halls, like new york, metropolitan or ah, cultural figures worldwide are sending the people of ukraine a clear message of solidarity. ah, you even got to include in many cultural institutions. i'm experiencing an urge to express that what's happening is unthinkable. and it's something that we reject slides, i suppose. yeah, up leon, boy, ah, thousands of russian artists to joined the call for an immediate military withdrawal from ukraine, including conductor, semi on bits, cough the musical director of the chuck philharmonic, also called on other russians to raise their voices and protest. ah, this benefit concert for ukraine is conducted by daniel baron boy,
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im in berlin. a star conductor who is married to a russian, warns against general boycotts of russian art and artists. ah, the politic news, we must condemn political events loudly and clearly and distance ourselves from them. how vain hex, but we mustn't allow a witch hunt against russians and their culture who do from viennese to lessen wound of common def, a boy, any bands and boycotts of russian music and literature in various european countries awakened the worst association in mania. irish noon said association. that is now does what? i know of course, nobody can want that done. but we want to use culture as a bridge. dogwood is our social. if i question is were who do i work with there? and how does the russian stay use, ask us to give you a 5 star so that you should always look at that as if you have the feeling that
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this could be misused? perhaps you should put it aside for a while. so that if you know that many see this danger in internationally celebrated oper, singer, i'm in a trap co so far she has not distanced herself from the russian president and has been banned from performing worldwide. ah, larry death has been sacked as chief conductor of the munich philharmonic. the maestro is known to be especially close to putin. co operations with russian institutions are being canceled. museums and cultural institutions worldwide are refusing to host russian delegations more and more pop and rock bands are also cancelling. tours in russia, london based russia, rap star oxymoron, publicly opposes booting. what impact does that have ingo?
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that is yet as a fellow, the idea is to inflict so much pressure and pain on the russian society that hopefully this will lead to a change from within the country or potentially resulting and pressure on the russian government that sends the message. this is an acceptable and that's from 2 nits in the international film. companies are reacting to the ukraine war by canceling movie releases and like the long awaited release of the batman, which celebrated its world premiere in new york on march. first. when that light it's, it's like not everyone thinks such cultural boycotts. all right. first we are thing all transcends and i think it's important for stories of sort, your healing fools. um that i think use it read borned. people should be able to watch stories. the con film festival wants to continue showing critical russian films this year. russian delegations, however, will not be welcomed. smaller festivals,
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like in sweden or removing state supported russian productions from their programs . in glasgow, even a harmless russian crime, comedy was band, even though the director is half ukrainian and takes a clear anti war stance. jo, assuming you push these look at the law, i can understand the logic behind cutting all ties. that's one way of looking at absolutely. a cultural context can also enable us to maintain a thread of conversation or the been situations where nothing else works, offers your husband did what you want the dns on their gate. oh, building bridges or breaking off connections. a difficult decision for the arts world right now. the 2 presidents couldn't be more different putin and zalinski, the opponents and their way of communicating from the point of view of
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a writer and to filmmaker. the past days have worn down. maxime melnick, the ukrainian born filmmaker, is in constant contact with friends and family. he organizes a transports and his glue to the news. yeah, it's been in berlin, but he's been in craig. yes, i'm in berlin, but i'm also in the war. i've only slept 3 hours because i had so much to do and had to organize so much on. and of course you get all the pictures from ukraine, from your relatives, from your colleague, from the media league. you're always there, even though you're not there physically. ah, avoid bodily dot is through this. in 2014 maxime melnick took part in protests on my damn square and key of and now such images as are does this here this is keith, where we peacefully drank coffee not long ago at home and the hob. now, folk, woodson we thought that he
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shame not in the catastrophe that now rages, president lensky, has emerged as a heroic figure from one moment to the next lesson. the, his gruesome flow green flora. when the actor comedian was elected to office 3 years ago, maxine melnick was horrified. zalinski was thought to be connected with an oligarchy. melnick could not take him seriously. you're losing fast to me. okay, that's the thing i thought to myself. this is really a disaster that we've elected a comedian last county. i thought what can he do? it's all just populism, and that's how it was been s one and now that he's at war, he's not joking around. he's serious and he comes across very differently. air guns and also how he talks is that his posture, him, now i totally support him well, and i'm even proud of him yet. so just with the in the him to tal when they've been the gastro of in russia. on the other side, vladimir putin has become one of the world's most hated leaders. we believe russian
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writer vladimir sir, okay, lives in berlin and has repeatedly taken a stance against putin. he now feels putin has completely lost touch with reality. we occur, sir. oh, stool. he comes across as a madman. this is the consequence of his absolute power, which he has held for 22 years at which is power is a strong drug that is having a very destructive effect on him loosely to live near. ah, the will. the greed for power in europe has re awoken. but vladimir, sir ok, believes this attack is the beginning of the end for put him. but she more a but it show up with i'm was tow. why as putin doomed? firstly, because he started this completely senseless and insane war with the consequences will be destructive for russia though, as it's hugely dependent on the rest of the world for imports and exports. secondly,
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it's an immortal war vein that will, it's pointless. dasa. yes, lou, assuming boulden will win for then what will he do with the hatred from 40000000 ukrainians to a deal it's so near that is to for aka me, lou on the o cranes. in his current book read pyramid. russia is described as a pseudo country, a pseudo democracy with pseudo elections would be then sir oaken describes allies as putin's most important means of communication. put in claims russia harper's, no ill intentions against its neighbors, and says that they should not escalate tensions. elite the was yoghurt, open your mouth. now even the elites are noticing the tragedy of our country. well, they are hit hard by the sanctioned law moll at a check, but they can't do anything. putin has broken the wiring. there is no more reverse gear. the situation is hopeless, said dorothy,
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but at least there's willingness to help. and these are the pictures. maxine melnik has organized a transport of medicines to live if it is in contact with ukrainian hospitals. he continues to collect the other night, a man called and shyly asked if he could help happened on cassandra here comedy. so then i asked him, where are you from? are you from ukraine? he said, no, i didn't want to tell you, i'm ashamed. la, i'm from russia to lake the log of course dialogue is possible, but only in such situations when people understand what has been done their dog unlocked hob, well that's a depos on dish on a hub. we then talk longer and i had to calm him down. it was to him, get away again. vladimir sir rocha and also emphasizes that there is no black and white in this war. and if she or not, all russians are brutally at the pontoon or
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sasha philippine co from bella. luce also lived in russia. but due to his open criticism, he was forced to go into exile or when the world is turned upside down, simply because someone wrote the truth about an oligarch. when a journalist is defamed and threatened as a result, and is terrorized with break ins and constant noise ah, when you and your family are psychologically tramped until you break down. it was bellow russian authors, sasha philly, panko, describes what it's like to be pursued by an all powerful force and his book, the hunt. it's originally, it's like hits. you could also translate the title as hunted down. not just hon. oh,
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it says, but like a hunt in which you are che new i tell us because we normally only talk about journalism was when there persecuted and murdered in prisms or expelled no good through use possible. but there are many other ways to put pressure on that, that stole. and that is what i wanted to describe there. godsa by phone, which i wanted to show how this enormous pressure of and doesn't only affect them cost for the but also their families, not as t. i even those not involved. suffer italy. ah. philip panko experienced this himself as a journalist. today he is forced to live in exile because he criticized the powerful and bella roost and russia. he is threatened with imprisonment. his family is also suffering here in golf and berg. he reports on the hardships of those who rebel machine. yeah, it's absolutely what we moved to basel from a small swiss village of homes that have been the stuttgart and then amsterdam oven on which jordan also, but my son wants to go back home and keeps asking me when will return we?
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ah, when we start from scratch, every time i e, a situation that many belo russian that no to day to restock knowles teach us which has to be like, we can't even go to our own parents. a funeral though, if something happens to them and must be a good number on the hunt is powerful literature and a true revelation, especially for the sometimes naive last the description of the mechanisms of persecution. the climate of fear something potent enforced on ukraine with his troop maneuvers even before the invasion, noise, demonstrations of power, fake news. it's all about intimidation and wearing people down, controlled from above. diet, them yet that he, it does. these are clear methods for silencing and intimidating people in the following and carrying out order. logo possums, us. david dillard thus took the quarters. but i must say these methods are used
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against individuals who to deny but also against the whole society. clue, jimmy by the national, tell him that this is their only means a keep the idea by not name yet of the yet them yet that these methods are in humane to like, horrible in are used in every sphere of life at all from a 1000 just with until his tenure for philip panko lucas, shank, owen, wooten, or like brothers and spirit, russia is becoming increasingly autocratic and lucas shank o is providing putin with a script. the persecution and brutal suppression of the opposition, the establishment of a dictatorship. russia is still lagging behind, but is catching up fast to to let us as young book solution bella. ruth, we live in a dystopic grotesque tragic comedy committee. fresh, he's just published in russia is moving more and more in the same direction i to korea. so the, for me, one thing is certain the heart of what you get on this trying to da, how are you won't arrive at disneyland melinda
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philip, hank go shows us that this could all have been expected. the west preferred to look the other way because of chief raw materials. his stories describe the psychology of repression and revolt. for example, when he writes about an author who ends up in a grotesque court case for posting an empty message online. charged in a show trial because he marked the truth and by extension, the people of the fatherland. everyone can see the absurdity, but to speak. the truth would be too dangerous. oh, cook her blue. do in the top of that feeling guilty for your homeland by acknowledging the truth. any thumbs as well. people in russia do not want to feel a shame attached to it, nor do they want to apologize. i taught this vignette, sir, but them worcester. yes, these v now admitting ones mistake normally is a sign of weakness. it is 9 russia ship cobra. she's nice because i'd slobbers t e a thought through my teacher to avoid this trauma,
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which though people prefer not to learn the truth at all. it is boyden, and he snatched brittany jones that they prop living in russia means being able to close one's eyes writes philippine co, a psychological study of the russian soul, and in a way of us to her another devastating consequence of the war. ukrainian artists working abroad to now no longer returned home. ah, the keep city ballet dancers perform masterfully despite their fear. they were on a european tour when war broke out and they became stranded in paris. please sit on the creating is an act of resistance sticky. it is an act that says to those who want to occupy ukraine to vladimir putin. here, we continue to look ahead to look far, to use culture also as a peaceful weapon. he cut me now and the best sci fi, or the tat will do shut. the lay was immediately willing to host the ensemble in
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residence. the dancers are staying in paris indefinitely there stricken with worry about their fellow dancers who stayed home terrible in worse and tried to connect our family all the time during the day during the night. check the news. i can't explain what i am filling because you invoice all that time amid the anxiety, the chance to continue dancing and france is a lifeline for the dancers. being able to focus on work is kind of a bright point in our day. when we get to focus on ballet steps and focus on music and something other than the conflict anyway, each of their performances is a success and a form of artistic resistance to the war, raging back home. ah,
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that's it for this edition of arts 21 will be back next week with more reports about the war in ukraine. see them? ah ah, with
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ah, they've had no past 44 decades. the people of iraq our country is devastated and there's no end to them. how did it come to this? guy witnesses reveal unprecedented story. they were pretty the u. s. they knew what the consequence of these sanctions are. and they've liked the world about it behaved exactly like said pharmacy. and the poison spread. bear with me serious life. the great documentary series,
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the destruction of a nation. this week on d w ah ah, this is dw used live from berlin, this sign of hope for people inside ukrainian city of mario pole. for the 1st time, hundreds have been able to flee the devastated city to safety. a longer humanitarian corridor, but many thousands more. remained trapped. also coming up in hours of intense talks, the white house warned china of significant consequences. if bye jane goes ahead
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