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tv   Reporter - On Location  Deutsche Welle  May 28, 2022 4:15pm-4:31pm CEST

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this is due d, w. news live from berlin. you're up to date. now coming up. the next is reporter with a look at ukranian 8, your pregnant widow and her daughter. adjusting to life hair. don't forget you can get news around the clock on our website. he w dot com, don't forget the d w app that he handled also on social media is after dw, and will all psycho thanks for watching. take it with nico is in germany to learn german hello pinnacle. why not learn with him online, on your mobile and free chef. t w's e learning course nikos big ah
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ah ah ah, there is vo raging and anna and such as homeland the 2 and o refugees and germany. oh, as i stand here, i think my husband, he died early on in this war when it would be the future is uncertain which
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how what they adapting to the new life in germany. ah anon, sasha have been living in berlin since fleeing from ukraine. they found accommodation with a host family wide stroke of luck. they managed to flee the russian bombs. they got out of geneva for weeks after the russian, a tech on ukraine. they are safe here, but their thoughts are still with ukraine and their family and friends. there that the with fulton in with ya could go to that as my friend stayed in chair neve, my classmates worked with them. i can't bear the thought that they didn't have the
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chance to escape, even though they wanted to. that's what's terrifying. and even though i'm doing well here to bring you my sword, because i can't help luncheon from which in the war completely changed their lives . anna was nearing her high school graduation. sasha worked in a cold center on february 24th the hometown to ne. if north of key f was bombed, for the 1st time, it lies close to the bell. russian border, where russian president vladimir putin sent his soldiers into the city. one big enough of the nothing they bombed us from day one year to when we moved to my mother's house the 1st week and hid there in of quite truly the whole time we were hold up in the basement. but naturally bamboo, oregon of course, the bombing started shots bother woke up at some point in martha,
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we could even discern from the sound of what kind of shell was falling nearest priscilla would. we knew many people who died in the streets those 1st days. no one had civilian song, people are neighbors with a said the not oh, after their 3rd attempt anon, sasha managed to escape despite the daily attacks. and now they live with martin, and couldn't alia young english. the couple drove a rented bus to the polish border to pick up the refugees. latoya a be to their lenses into town as we, as humans are social beams. when, if someone falls down next to you, you lean down and pick them up again. it's completely natural for services or this is available. i shall he and it's heart warming to see how that you are managing together. i will. yeah. i'm voxel mc nanda se until outwardly the show, such drank lauzon dash darkness in the had inwardly there,
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surely hurting. and need to process for law, but how they're coping with it and just about getting into gear and for his beautiful and game i'd fuck loosely just assume lawyer with getting into gear. that doesn't happen in germany without facing some barometer. see today and, and such. i have an appointment at the social welfare office the hoping to actually receive financial assistance for the 1st time today. katherine, a family friend is helping with the paperwork. i saw her club. i hope this works out here. me, there's nothing missing and really nothing can be missing. good man. but i've already been in contact with the people from the district office and a lot of back and forth. and they've already opened a file for them and everything should be okay. they've been waiting for this appointment for weeks. mm
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hm. are you registered with the state of billing yet? douglas? leah yeah. registered a yes, but there is no set appointment for talking. okay. and how do you have proof? yes. could be that i have it with me. they're missing the confirmation. the interpreter helps the massage through their emails again. and luckily they tracked on the right one. yeah. does. yeah. huh. because of the day of out my to home. yeah. okay, great. can you forward that to me? this enough big catherine looks on. it's a bit nerve wrecking, making sure that absolutely nothing is missing. with him, we have a great deal because as far as i understand it, you will receive the money directly afterwards. and that takes the pressure off with him as just let's not comfortable upholstered. nottingham who possession anna, i surprised how quickly everything is going on at germany,
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has removed many bureaucratic hurdles for ukrainian refugees. the pack can collect the money directly. it's about $350.00 euros per person, which they'll start receiving every month. ah, i show up to yada. i'm glad everything went so fast were exhausted. but again, you can push all that running around. and then you stand there waiting and wondering whether it will all work out or not that you could go with us. i'm feeling hopeful now that everything went so smoothly, mister wooster, at the date of it. and then we want to save up and send some money to grandmother who should so she can repair her roof, which was destroyed in the war every month. could you ship them? we'll go cut them, but me listen you would know who to come to integrate even better. unknowns asha have signed up for chairman course. a charged congregation organizes
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weekly lessons free of charge hand amelion half their short introduction. they start practicing with club and do you have children? i am 2 children. well, what is the name of your wifi and your husband on board with me? i am single kid in fuel. their moms no longer show out. if i go to the vehicle a bud with, oh yes, good. and we want to start to jill money to play at the move. so literally a dead swire with my me where good
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session among 60000 refugees from ukraine. now living in berlin, they often see ukrainian flags across the city, a sign of solidarity. ah, to say, the 2 are on their way to the ukrainian embassy in berlin. they want to lay your rose, but anna's father spoke . no movers will hope. as i stand here, i'm thinking of my husband and his mother when he died early on in this war was seeing if we'd found a little piece with it took away. this is a but all those painful feelings are coming up again. my mom is also sad to shannon he died 5 years ago while fighting in east in ukraine. the war
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has been going on since 2014 since fresh as annexation of crimea. natasha falls, the corner full metal gasket that there somewhere in berlin, where ukrainians can come to express their grief and leave it in this place. the children who have been killed are commemorated here with the drawings candles and flowers, yet he takes them and that both h as corpus thankful the for bushel book level with wonderful. let's make warship together. ha, yeah, a few weeks later session. and i want to show that things that preparing a meal for their hosts, katelyn is learning how to make
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a traditional ukrainian peach fruit soup. a is a ukrainian cooking class of it is also a master class. i said hasn't let's just assume this is our ukranian national dish. it really fills you up. today we're making it with lots of beans to replace the meat. but a real ukrainian wash is cooked with meat, with pork ribs. ah, the bush brings back memories. anna has not seen her family and friends for weeks semester when cheney of others, like her fled abroad, was still in transit. i want to see my grin and eat, grinned, grinned my eyes afoot, big with either the most beautiful things in the world. yeah. and the meat, my friend, and talk about oh,
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how was the feeling and everything is fine? oh, maybe something is terrible and just took it move because the bosh is ready. and an sasha as settling into their new lives. they get along well with their host family and know that they can stay with them as long as they want. good. even alicia, very tasty. will be good when of course it feels like we're having dinner with our own family. we're already totally comfortable with our german family. it's like being at home with them. got dormer tooth and clean those in law. oh, the mother and daughter, a slowly finding their bearings and burden together. that discovering a new country, a new culture before they fled, that never been outside ukraine since neva arrived my they've grown even closer together. more to a different ma. hi. anna,
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feel so comfortable. she can even imagine studying here. right now. she's wrapping up her high school, final exams on line. i want to or to come back to ukraine. see my family members. but i think about leaving in terms of my life in the future. because like us country. yeah. and you've done both of us. if so, i'm not at the age to completely overturn my old life. all my relatives are in ukraine and my house to dorm. i want anna to decide for myself whether she wants to stay in germany or returned to ukraine on, but i want to go home some day. you live when the war is over. i will definitely do that to the conscience of a night visit to let this dill ah, but at the moment they have no idea how long that will take. ah, professional for
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ah, no, early in the years, a little more around 10000 child soldiers were forced to fight. where are they now? and how do they live with their traumatic memories? nobody talks about, say, not in school, not in college. we pretend like it didn't happen. number 77 percent my next on extreme climate events. what could the future
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