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tv   World Stories  Deutsche Welle  May 8, 2022 4:02am-4:15am CEST

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ah, this week on wild stories, lithuania thea, of a russian attack. germany the battle to save little defeat. but we begin in ukraine for weeks. the city of china heath was besieged by russian troops. now putin soldiers have gone, leaving behind death and destruction. the city of journey heave after weeks of siege and hobbies shelling by russian forces. we meet svetlana and valentino sapient coin a local hospital where they survived, but were both injured in an air strike that hit their house for the ballistic wounded. some one lord took less than a 2nd. loosely smooth. we just heard a whistle here, creak. boom. the symbol i screamed get down was uncovered. my son seemed
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like little savoy. even school valentin still has surgeries ahead of him. svetlana is doing a little bit better. she shows me pictures of their house before and after the attack. this done up on why did they attack us? i don't know. we didn't do anything bad. where civilians are still. the quinn is learn. the hospital itself was not spirit either bought and russia load. the hat of the trauma center here tells us after russian strike his team struggled to keep going through all it before we worked without water and electricity will only put headlamps on and took care of those seeking medical assistance. also, it was very hard on me, but we stayed here and did what was necessary. well, we'll have social wellness and the situation worse. and when russian forces completely encircled the city, residents tell us some of them were killed by russian troops. others
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died because they could not reach the hospital due to heavy shelling. in the local morgue, edward slept please using refrigerated trucks for the bodies that still needs to be identified or pick up by relatives. the dubois through the will you co, many people left the country to escape the fighting, that they are not in ukraine for them and cannot get back to bury their relatives escape from walnut. so that's why there are still many bodies here heard of her. i thought it was that would be those who come here to claim their loved ones are overwhelmed by grief. like egos, family, he was a husband, a father, a brother, shut debt by russian soldiers. oh, he was the best buy there. he could have, i was so proud of him and now something this terrible has happened to us never what, death and destruction is all that is left after the withdrawal of russian forces from trim, the heath. and what those who survived your most is that the russian army might
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return ah, reports of re pearl se mounting from ukraine. there are many indications that russia is systematically using sexual violence as a weapon of war. and example from boucher this is carina. you show over. she was about to turn 23 when russian soldiers marched into her town. future on the outskirts of cave. carina had plans. she was managing the local sushi bar. that was saving money to study at university. this is the last place where sure. carina was seen alive the stairs outside her flat. it was march 10th. after this, everything becomes unclear. this is where one man thinks he saw russian soldiers
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kill her, but he can't be sure if the woman was corrina was some one else. this with the with and i will put her here. you said you like this and not that for head was bent back . then he took her in his arms and carried her over. there stood up in another soldier shot tom, was it zak wouldn't you will. you will be lou. this is where police told corinne his parents, they found the body. they said it looked like she'd been raped, but this is what the police said that she was badly tortured. you could have the shuttle correct. my girl wanted to live so much. oh, that's always the revision, even applied, torn, he's to her to stop the bleeding. oh, good day. oh oh. oh, then with a shot at the handle de kilter solo. will be forensic scientists examining the hundreds of bodies the russians left behind. so many of the women have been right organisations across the country support those
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who survive. if shaw and melissa ran a fever and as of to 12 cases, we are working on 11 our cases of gang rape, isley, sab, up in all of these cases, women reported that the occupiers were drunk or had taken drugs law on business with us. i mean, oh, good enough of it. schnauzer in india, ukraine's commissioner for human rights tells me the she, a number of coals makes them think russians are using rape as a weapon. but the most good. ha. okay. when a russian soldier rapes a ukrainian woman, a girl, wild boy, an elderly woman, it keeps saying things like this. this will happen to every nazi hor, god, or we will rape until you can't give birth to ukrainians. back of when you, these are signs of genocide of ukraine are people of mark, you know, going up to the greens, coronado, them the korean, his parents, the only certainty they have is their loss and their fury making age. we then human,
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we hate the russians are. whoo! i'm ashamed to speak. russian. i will learn ukrainian. they buried carina here and bill at circa, near the morgue. 2 weeks after her 23rd birthday. since the war started in ukraine, many people in lithuania have feared a russian invasion. in particular, there's been growing concern about the su, well, key gap. lithuania is only lamb blank with its nato partners. bollywood slash gauss, gus is training for the worst case scenario. is a member of the lithuanian rifleman union, a state back to borrow military group that has been growing ever since russia annexes grand, nea in 2014 i o sales propaganda, old one russian state propaganda targeted lithuania for us. it meant we could be
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the next ones with especially if you live here in the saw called while key gap, lithuanian only length connection with its western natal pod mouse. this stretch of land is crucial for the transport of goods and military equipment. the sir walter gap is just 65 kilometers wide. it's located exactly here, between the russian exclaim of callian grot on the one site and russia's l. a bela rows on the, on the site. in lithuania, many fia that russia might try to cut this land breached of the west. tensions with moscow has been rising. lesonia has been a member of nato since 2004. but since the start over the boy and ukraine, politicians and normal citizens have grown more determined. i would say we owe you more about drugs which should defend your. busy freedom and so on. it's like
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understanding before forces, fundamental things we have to few here have to prepare ourselves. that's why we need, ah, more natal presence in our region as a very credible that that of deterrence against russia. this is also the aim of an unusual art exhibition in the capital videos. this strain from moscow stops twice a day here on its way to the russian exclaim of calling and grat. russian passengers are not allowed to get off, but they are confronted with photos of war outside of their windows. when polish kolscott is not training for battle, he takes off his rifle, mammy uniform to work as a lawyer through the globe. oh, so i have russian clients that i keep in touch with. i don't feel any personal
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hatred towards them, but rather towards the russian state and russian stayed propaganda. oberon was the lincoln many here would agree with him. lithuanians have been called to the to be in a constant state of vigilance and resilience. but with the onset, all the void ukraine, people living in the so while gap, i look into the future with even more concerned little davida suffers from a life threatening illness. just recently, he and his family fled ukraine. now german doctors are fighting for his life. vetoed and as you escape the war in ukraine by fleeing to germany. now her main worry is keeping her 10 month old son, david's a life he needs breathing equipment to stop his lungs collapsing.
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david suffers from spinal muscular atrophy. a rare degenerative disease causing gradual loss of function without treatment, babies with the condition usually die by the age of 2. when you that a yeah, cool. like i can't sleep at nights even when does he does the sleep hours aluminum . i keep checking on him. i pray to god that he wants stuff breathing. why? and sometimes it seems like he is not breathing that the kind of it's a genetic disease where you can simply loose your child in a moment. veto, lift your crane with the vets and her older son at young who is 7. just as the 1st shots were being fired like you are. when i saw the fear in our jumps eyes i am new, we had to flee back home and ukraine veto was able to race 11000 euros
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a month for david's treatment through crowd funding. here in germany, volunteers including jojo and sunday, rena, help her to obtain the drugs and german health insurance covers what's needed now. in the longer term, davita will need gene therapy, costing to 1000000 euros. it's not clear whether that will be covered when does ellen gene. so i just have to hope we can get the treatment for david or to get the i know that he would live yet. i don't know whether he would be able to set up a walk, but i know he would live. having slept the wall with a children and coping with of its illness liter cannot be certain she will ever return to ukraine. but she remained resolute. your mom of jackson, i am firstly,
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