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is now shirley, a formality for us. i stepan, is just 7 grand prix left. he's 110 of 15 races the season and leads by a mammoth 109 points. ah, you're watching the news live from berlin, stay tuned for world stories. where we have a report about a summer camp is given ukrainian children of a break from the war for me and the entire new scene here in berlin. thanks for watching. ah. people in trucks injured when trying to flee the city center. more and more refugees are being turned away. families plays on tanks in syria for these correct on with demonstrate people seeing extreme dreams.
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getting 200 people hassan from the agency around the world. more than 300000000 people are seeking refuge. he asked why? because no one should have to flee. make up your own mind. d. w. made for mines. ah, ah. this sweet gone world stories? urgently needed women doctors in afghanistan, under their own power, a village achieved energy independence. we begin in ukraine where millions of
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people are suffering the consequences of war. at a vacation camp in the south of the country, volunteers give families from embattled areas break from the violence. yada is 11 years old to day. it's a birthday like no other be fee, which i mean i wish you have happiness and a peaceful sky above your head. i wish you that everything will be fine and that you can go home soon. you comfortable. this is a summer camp for kids and families. we've lost their home refugees from embattled occupied areas, yadda. and his mother fled her son, which is occupied by the russian. that was to say, i knew it. the russians were standing were with tanks, bankruptcy, and next to the tanks where people unable to live and then they keep away unable to live his code word for
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just a few weeks. many of these kids know mostly the lifetime yard x. that is a soldier in the ukranian army. his mother decided to flee when the russians started looking for the families of ukrainian soldiers. the organisation lexia laney, everybody cause him uncle yoshi. he wanted to create a space of solace if only temporary life. but the war is always close. he remembers the 7 year old girl named marcia watched him to bring her friend in the campus. so he told him, different could come 2 weeks later, she did 3 months and one day she was sitting there in the hammock, crying up. i approached her and asked to blush, what's wrong? and she said to show what the square would have said, my friend, whom he didn't take. i said, yes,
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i remember she's coming in 2 weeks. and she said, when i was in, she's not coming any. but she would still be alive. for many stories like this but on because you're shy and the other volunteers try as much as they can to distract everybody with outdoor activities. it's the birthday boy's turn to climb the rock solid. dotted makes it to the top. if you get down my gravel, what's gonna be a good, i'm done with that victory at least for to day. when so much in his life remains uncertain. ah, we turn next to lot via where pop starts. that law. no, no, bordeaux delights or audiences. like many other intellectuals, an artist, the singer was banned from russia because she took a public stand against the war a
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sea of lights, lungs to the audience in riga, we have come to see ukrainian, sing us with la badani, my menu, my homeland ukraine is currently going through a big, dreadful, unjust war. ah, leave the atlanta local, die used to leave in moscow. she had millions of russian fence, but at the end of february, she publicly spoke out against russia, swore on ukraine and turned her back on the country. yeah, i want to be on the right side of history on the side of good and truth moscow's response was swift lobo. dar was prohibited from entering russia for 50 years. that is just one of many examples of how moscow punishes prominent people, who publicly criticized of the policies of the kremlin singers actors and divvy
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hosts have been forced to leave russia. those who stay at risk persecution or harassment like aloe vera from your cathedral bork. with the bens, the singer, vera was say, land used to be married to a well known rational position politician who's currently in custody because of his open anti war stance. sheep herself has publicly protested against moscow's policies and is suffering the consequences. ah said, the more serious the political situation in russia becomes, the more openly the authorities ban our concerts to the desolate and said, no one is officially blacklisted. but the names of musicians seen as undesirable a tear in the media. rush us low house of parliament is now going, wants it further. it glance to punish officials who employ or engage such critics
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as they even included the hat of russia's gentle one. and the bolshevik director, jewelry. these a civil servants are on the wrong side of history. we want to bring them to reason that i was. mm. ah. so the atlanta local die is convinced to that. she's on the right side. she, thanks her fans in to europe for their support. but what about her hands in russia last year? the storm, not m. russia has gone badly astray. she knew it. she knew what she was at a town is a man who led the country in the wrong direction, feel castorena and as long as people there don't grasp that, didn't you play with them? yes. was no, nothing good will come of this country hash with this plan with, ah, and until then performances like this will only be possible outside of russia. ah.
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the taliban seized power in afghanistan just over one year ago. since then the islamic fundamentalist group has done everything it can to restrict the rights of girls and women, prohibiting them from leaving the house alone, attending school or going to work. but there are exceptions. oh, what enhancing the meet dr. mal ally facie, she's a rare exception in afghanistan. why the taliban forced most working women from that jobs? doctor fight you see got a promotion. she's no director of the country's biggest maternity clinic and cobbled female and neonatal health is one area where the fundamentalist rulers understand they need women should on a more the uh, on the stone. as not that a coach ada. this is linked to the culture and tradition of afghanistan. when a woman is pregnant, she should go to a female doctor on a by because a female doctor can better examine and treat her than a male doctor. shocking hope was a lot of me than i get on
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a mother. you can mazata mc mill. doctor. many babies here are born prematurely. more than 20 new borns have died in each of the past 4 months. the billions spent by foreign powers on development fate to create the lasting conditions needed to reduce infant mortality. to my book, i am a doctor. i have not left the country for the past 26 years. and in all this time of gone, his ton was never stable and never piece of lucy with her. when she gets home, after a long working day darkness awaits her. the electricity's off a daily experience for many families, and kabul as she sits down for tea with her youngest daughter, we ask her why she doesn't leave off. gone has done that with a mock than we have once done. and yet i am an african. and i got my education from the blood of this nation. people have them, i want to serve my people. if all of us decide to leave now who will rebuild this
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country? my. my the father, the guy, a bus e conflict. yorba hooker. marva is waiting to take the university entry exam to study medicine. she's clear on why she wants to follow in her mother's footsteps williams, as hulu never heard that again, because our society needs female doctors in every single province. after the recent earthquake, there were no female doctors in the field to help the injured women. only made doctors where they are, but not a single female. well, i want to help the women of my country and that makes one hold common. whether marva will follow her mother's career will be up to the tally bon they wait, he sighed. how many women doctors they want and where to go? can i get done with sophist? montague, michele told me, and with our last story takes place in germany. the small village of fell time is one of the few communities in germany that generates all of its own energy. it's
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heat and electricity come from wind turbines and bio gas plants. as a result, putin's threats to turn off the gas tap leave residents cold. this delay village in brandenburg is located just 80 kilometers from berlin. only 130 people a few, but they generate enough energy for thousands. facetime was the 1st village in germany to become completely self sufficient in terms of electricity and heat. it has existed independently of fossil fuels for 12 years now. it all began with the construction of 4 wind turbines. in 1995 mchale classroom and introduced this idea to facetime. want latisha is in the end. the expectations were so high after the talk that the village is said, not so fast. if you want to avail yourself of what we have here in fail time and harvest electricity, and heat than we want to taste of the action to. in the meantime, 55 wind turbines produce electricity for more than 50000 households. but that's not
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all since 2008 by august plant and the village has been generating heat and even more electricity from liquid manure, ry meal, and corn silage. this saves fell time 260000 liters of eating oil every year. dizzy throughout zone von up. the situation was that we were getting low market prices for agricultural products that will usually sell ryan corn. but the federal government was also offering an incentive, a fixed monetary incentive for electricity generated from the bio gas plant. that was a reason for local pharmacy to say we will invest in exactly this type of a bio gas plant. so that we also have a sustainable source of income for our employees. but that was only the 1st step in making the village self sufficient. the people of fell time had to build their own power grits and heating network. their utley phys, orga at this, the local utility company has refused to provide access to the grid for the local
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power plant and what they just didn't want it. and they said, leaving this little gallic village no matter what they do, when not giving in from england. miss lang, cleaning us now. the villagers are relaxed about next winter and the threat of a gas shortage in germany. but for the mayor, it doesn't. and there could result in, although i could sit back and say energy transition done finished. but we don't want to do that. we want to show that we can still organize our self sufficient energy cycles that make us less dependent on all the putins and shakes around the world. and you got it. sad time has shown how it's done and could be a muddle for communities own over the welt. ah oh, there is an old saying show me how you live,
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and i'll tell you whom you are visiting king lou fish the 2nd varia. f. noise fun shine. castle were given an exclusive tour by his great great grand nephew and get to see what remains hidden to most your romance. a dw cheers and be men. we take a trip through scotland with the whisky vicar, the catholic priest, the boy skunk f. holton is a self proclaimed church rebel fighting for progress and change in his church. and when he is not working equal to understand, no holiness of whiskey. in 45 minutes on dw, we've got some hot tips for your bucket list. romantic corners. check
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hot spot for food check and some great cultural memorials to boot d w. travel off we go. ah a duel on the water. water jousting is back on in the south.


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