tv World Stories Deutsche Welle May 28, 2022 3:15pm-3:30pm CEST
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bonds are no longer falling on this large city, but many people are still so afraid. they don't want to give up their shelters. they came here to be the bombs and now they don't want to leave people who have been living in the subway station are petitioning the government to let them stay subway stations here. and hargrove, have been serving as bomb shelter since the beginning of the war. ye katerina top i and her husband have been living here since the very 1st day. you know, have a value ross, did he dearly i go home every 3 weeks old. i said, my master, but i always need to prepare myself mentally before i can go without the moisture when i run home and take a bath so we can wash here is that the conditions are not ideal. util, so there's a lot of my life is doing. others don't have a choice. they do not have a place to go back to any more. the shelling of hargrove has all but
subsided, and the local government wants to get the subway system running again. it wants the people to leave the metro and is offering to relocate them. but many here don't trust the piece, nor was i shall know you're a law and yet on look, i do go out on the street sometimes. but the fear is always there that it for, it is not that easy video, we need time to overcome at not done her on the subway station. many of the houses have been destroyed in some streets, barely a house has been untouched. olga has also spent the past months in a subway. it's the 1st time she's come back to see the apartment where she lived with her mother and her son. she was told that there was damage, but she didn't know how bad it was. told us. it's terrible. good morning.
michelle, it's a wall in one of the rooms. there's debris, everywhere. she documents everything. people can report the damage on the government website, but nobody knows how long it would take to get any support. the windows were broken on your ballpark, if only that shell hadn't heard yet. if there wasn't a hole in the wall, we might still somehow move back more. the house is still standing, but this is different fairly for for now, the only thing to do is to collect some of their belongings. they will not move back to the subway, but to a relative's house. ah newtown, north of t of has become synonymous with the horrors of russia's war of aggression against ukraine. the mass graves discovered there have sent shock waves around the world.
now reconstruction of the city is said to start long lines at this fuel station in butcher drivers are only allowed to buy 10 liters each de leon. it's not enough to fill up your car even to get to cave. around 3000 residents have returned since russia withdrew from here and the frontline shifted, but the impact of the war is everywhere. even the basics, like water and electricity are still lacking the priorities, restoring essential services. me galena scoring works for the city, coordinating the reconstruction. this ah, trade center was ah, completely robbed at the beginning. she wants people to come back and help rebuild what remains after the russian occupation. if russians will not do it a 2nd attempt. oh, it's a cave witcher. ah,
they'll become comfortable place leaving us. it was but for now the city depends on private donations like this to feed people, as most supermarkets way destroyed yet residence, optimistic would and then was that guy above is peaceful. we are getting back to normal with them. so everything is getting better. people are coming back. okay, so since this is right, so, but not everyone who wants to return has anywhere to live. nearly 3 quarters of all homes here have been damaged or destroyed. helene and nicholas house burned to the ground in a rocket attack. boy was a me, oh my god, that was this was my living room the couple flat to keith but wants to move back to butcher as soon as possible. jim bowen lewis at butcher has been liberated. it's my home. i don't want to be anywhere else. i'm staying here
a little in the ruins. they find 2 jars of pickles, that's russian troops left untouched. there for a week, at least we still have these 28 life goes on. they got barbosa. no one those that are safe enough to return in the long term. but those brave enough to come back are sending a clear message to russia. they will not give up on their homeland. ah, boucher has also shown how important education and a free press are. but the war is extremely dangerous for journalists, some have died and many have made sacrifices. here's an example from live this is where ukrainian journalist victor covalent go now lives. he has found refuge and the live if media forum. so local scrutiny, sports workmans isn't, but i put my whole life into this backpack and i flint together with my family. we
just with his wife and children, left ukraine after the family fled the russian occupation in their country south. they all started off from their hometown bare dance on the sea of on solve victor. since the family had to pass 12 russian army checkpoints as a journalist, he was in grave danger each time it shall split shaft at 1st, i tried to find reasons to state also, but 2 or 3 weeks into the war, i realised that for russians, journalists are of special interest, giovanni's thankful early on bout danced, saw large daily protests against the russian occupiers. this is one film secretly. oh, but now hardly any independent information is available from the town. usual journalists like victor cobra lancaster should now be able to work safely from the
media forum in live if you create the establishment as partly funded by foreign donations, as well as the aid organization reporters without borders. c, e, o, all ha, middle of edge received a new delivery from brawn to day. ha, ha, ha, ha, about hell miss. and bulletproof vests yeah, absolutely. but i'm convinced that eliminating free speech was part of russia's plan for invading a crane from the very start. the corklin yoke are unique in levin, which is still relatively safe. victo coven ankle can finally take a deep breath. he's looking for a new job, which is difficult. russia's war is also an economic attack on press freedom. advertising revenue has plummeted. many are now trying to work for international media. a former brewery restaurant in live has been converted into an international media center, a meeting place for foreign and domestic journalists. victor koval ankle must read,
orient himself. sarcoma. i may be here physically eatable, but my thoughts are far off. you don't go back and bear johnson on his alissa alissa palm. victor koval ankle hopes that the war will soon be over. that piece will return, and that he can soon go home to bed. yonce, the port city on the sea of oz of thousands of ukrainian orphans have found shelter in poland. one of them, kiera is now safe in lodge and she has big dreams for her life after the war. sometimes curious, life looks almost normal. do i need to add oil? yes, ma'am. right now mix it up
a bit. she has baked many easter cakes with natalia, her guard young at the ukrainian orphanage this year though. she's doing it in norwich, poland. she's also trying to keep with her schooling advantage. nancy. she said the galena, your vehicle was the managing director of the orphanage in koval, in the western ukraine. she decided to flee, not long after the war started a week of air rate, warnings, and fear. and 2 nights with all the children hiding in the cellar was enough that we left to rescue the children. no one thought about themselves. we only worried about the children. what would happen to them, but it's difficult to love the war behind a shot. i'm afraid that the war will go on
here a year there. oh, my brother, said warner, fighting for our freedom and tell of others let. this is jacqueline lang, the fatherland galena meets every day with her polish colleagues to discuss how best to help the children. there are a little in a while fleeing small children were told that we were on holiday, but the older ones knew what was happening was the problems shouldn't be hidden yet because the children don't like being deceived on the polish and she all happy kids has been working with the ukrainian government to find shelter for ukrainian orphans so far, some 1500 children have been given new homes in poland. kira is one of 41 ukraine children here in wich evacuation to poland has saved her from war. but her dreams have been put on hold the emmys, canada. yeah. was
a pity i want to sing. i want to study to be a conductor, and i would like to conduct and charities and to have my own choir, mi, east madison. but there's a warm out and i can start to study after finishing the 9th grade anamosa was to put the put in a book was yahoo, kiera practices every day to keep her voice fit for when she hopes she can sing again at home. oh, c o n r c o.
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