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women in hollywood, including sharing an interracial kiss with her co star, william shatner. martin luther king personally encouraged her to stay in the series when she considered quitting. she later worked for nasa, recruiting more astronauts of color and women. all right, you are watching detail. the news of next our news magazine world stories the week in reports. and you can stay up to date with all the latest news on our website, d, w dot com and follow us on our social media accounts. i pop up ideas to see again at the top of the next era take care of india, a lead of contrast of ambitions of inequality. 75 years ago, mahatma gandhi peacefully led the country to independence,
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full of ideals. what is remained of his vision? what's the status of human rights and social justice in what's called the world's largest democracy? we see a head it this is the pulpit tour unleash on violet boss and re imagined valley's teachings for relevance to gandhi's legacy. stuart to august 6th on b. w. ah . this week on world stories, italy historic drought threatens rice farmers, germany gay, ex monk once church reforms. we begin
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in ukraine where frontline troops are suffering both physically and mentally. a special clinic near keith is doing what it can to heal the trauma. rifleman alexi ship jenko worked in construction before the russian invasion. within weeks he was on the front lines in the east under constant massive artillery fire. he says he would fall to the ground for cover take out his phone. and amid the deafening blast swipe to a photo of danya, his 7 year old boy back in a capital. but none of those fellows play produce of what christian was when i looked at my fun before going to bed and understood that if the russian soldiers were not stopped where i was there they could reach key again was little buddha. what is the what i thought of my boy and asked myself, will someone else is raised? my son is it? paula's wallace? yeah. winnable never loved alex. he didn't want to go into details, but we'll say he suffered a concussion and had a nervous breakdown. he is one of
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a 150 patients of the rehabilitation center who's location we were asked to keep secret, so it wouldn't be targeted. some supper from post traumatic stress, a psychological problem, and others from traumatic brain injuries damage which can be caused by the blast, way of explosions. symptoms for both include suicidal thoughts, depression, insomnia, diagnostic was a door slam or firecracker can trigger the terrifying feeling you are under fire again. alexi is here for 3 weeks of psychotherapy, group discussions, walks and massages another. i think that helps them to of course know the belief that we are here yet don't william standing behind them. as soon as there are people who respect them immensely, won't you won't say what it is. maxime is in explosives expert and has been fighting since 2014 on russia, annex crimea, and parts of the east. he likes looking at the murals at the center to lift his morale. he suffers from combat related stress. this sort of, whoops,
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hold on here. we're working with my college. if that helps, along with a person is whole, which has arms and legs. it does not mean that everything is normal with the person so productive. his psyche is disturb little's little shy of successmaker. maxine says he is burdened by many memories, like when his men moved into a town just occupied by the russians who had shot people who attached explosives to their bodies and buried them on the call. we were logged in that we found a total of 5 buried bodies of 3 that were booby trapped, jerusalem. but again, mister rosters. maxime says his men call him every day. they want to come back. he says he knows it will be hard to return. but that he must about 500 ukrainian soldiers a day are being wounded in the fight against russia. particularly severe cases are now being taken abroad for treatment. for example, too often,
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even when jenko got out alive, she was but you wound it defending key if against russian troops. muslim resist of melissa melissa. we discovered them in a forest. now we immediately began fighting a lot though we were lucky that day people because our unit left the battle with only 2 wounded, his muffled me and another lad had wobbled on. so yeah, a boy is sheldon florence who jenko received 2 bullet wounds and the shrapnel went to his legs. he's one of the 1st ukrainian soldiers to be treated in germany, says the russian attack began a long no final to medical care. the patient received and ukraine was excellent, but he needed further operations. so of course, to do that, we needed a large team and the appropriate infrastructure, which is practically nonexistent in ukraine at the moment. i know who i'm speaking
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given is 6 soldiers are being treated at the louise and hospital in austin. maxim cut of ankle was shot at by a russian tongue. the don thus at piece of shrapnel, hit him in the arm. oh, immediately. oh mia? oh, my median nerve is damaged virginia, should i am still, i can move my hand in this direction, but not in the other. and i can't feel anything and these 2 fingers, even if there is peace in germany, the doctors in a hand are familiar with war injuries. he fall, the steed ally knows we had a lot of experience treating patients from iraq many years ago them. and when i, so in principle, this is nothing new for us. garza duffer, spoons of principally gets missed noises, but it's not just doctor's helping. the one has been through ukrainians who live in and stopped by to day to wish even a happy birthday. she just turned 37. that brief and welcome
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moment of destruction from the war. so far, about 300 people from ukraine had been flown to germany for treatment, including civilians and soldiers. the soldiers in our hand were brought there by a dutch and g o. everett's book organized their evacuation. oh, because there are soldiers, then all the fishing allowed to leave the country, so we have to get military permission to bring them out of the country. and doug doug awful as important that we could promise that the soldiers would once they were healed under. okay, that they would come back to your crime even who jenko knows. one thing for sure. he wants to return and continue fighting and like, but i hello session a year of cousin parker, a wound does not exempt you blood from continuing to defend your homeland luxury of perpetual as i have thought, much of chateau, you're sure if my condition allows me this thought i will keep fighting one of
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those all with menu doug, ollie proposal, what were you up at the above for those away? what events, birthday wish is victory over d aggressors attacking his country. ah, italy is experiencing the worst drought in decades. one of the hardest hit regions is the po valley. climate change is an existential threat, especially for rice farmers. a marina full of stranded boats, fields of drooping sunflowers, and everywhere fountains with no running water. scorching temperatures of up to 40 degrees happened plaguing northern italy for weeks now and threatening some people's very existence. like the regions, rice farmers, just advantage of these plants are completely dead. they won't produce anything.
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there will be no crop here. so an epa 15 tons of harvest lost in this plot along the farmer simply couldn't provide enough water. stefano grip is the head of the colored at the po via association, which represents farmers in the region. italy so called golden rice triangle makes up half of europe entire rice production. the industry, which is highly dependent on water, is now facing a financial and environmental catastrophe. and she might to our knowledge, nothing like this has ever happened in the last 70 years. that will made that according to the data available, a drought like this has never occurred that never. my northern italy depends on the poll river. it's 650 kilometers, span the country from west to east. it is a source of life for all around it, but water levels have been dropping continuously over the last few years. areas are
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now competing for the remaining water. a state of emergency has been declared in many reaches by mortal reducing leaks is another big topic, initially filled it both for drinking, water and agricultural purposes, any durable darby this? yep, the system efficiency is currently around 50 percent jealousy, tainted ev, at equal medium. ether or nancy went up, pertain to farmers like stiff on or could it be also know they will have to change this season? they have already lost 30 percent of their harvest. that i can put, i meant it, we hope we get back to a climate which allows for rise production every otherwise we'll have to switch to other crops and adapt to a different type of water management che, yesterday was just not enough water for every ones which end typical for now all they can do is keep the pumps running and hope for falling temperatures. and above all for rain. ah,
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they are trans lesbian, gay or by and work for the catholic church. more than 100. 20 of them have come out in germany to demand a fundamental change in the churches mindset to night. it's going to be a vegetable stir fry. how steph and ethan back in his husband, walter marcella castillo, are cooking. it's everyday life. but for the former priest, it's still feel special, which is good. i'm already hungry. stefan married, his argentinian husband, 6 years ago. i was looking for north or sometimes i still say, wow, it's just astonishing here. i'm here now. well, and with walter and together we cooked together of friends come over there. sometimes it still feels unreal. but then i feel so much gratitude to see that it's like this boy does so. so if stefan was a brother in a catholic religious order for over 25 years, he preached and taught in
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a church that rejects homosexuality. even though he knew he was gay. then his grandfather died and stuff on felt it was time to make a crucial decision versus the war hope there arden's christopher, he want to be a priest who hides part of his identity tape or is this part allowed to exist? i india, that is really is part of you. does i something that can be talked about? i thought of something you can live with and thus doubled without a guilty conscience and without fear or no honestly, distribution ladonna alex to hobb stefan decided to take a stand against fear coming out meant he had to give up his life in the religious order. the next vicar burg reconfirm that though stefan has since set up regular prayer meetings for persecuted gay people. i keep a dusty co please allow christian churches to accept the same sex partners as part
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of your beautiful creation from shrub. full on name on ye. the answer knocked to each of these services helps change things mental fe, take place. so people talk about the mind, see it happening, horn here about it does fossil. so hopefully it will have a ripple effect also because it's, it will be some diocese are reacting. they see a person's love, life is private and cannot be used as grounds for dismissal from church, employment of great missionary going or it's not going faster. notion is not comprehensive enough law, but it's happening. what's going in the right direction in the other 3, that is my impression and i talk with ha. 1 stefan and his husband intially relaxed in her with friends. he stands by his decision to come out and has never regretted it. on your mother in law.
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